Episode 52! With this episode, Kelvin celebrates finally having a full year of podcast episodes to share with his followers and listeners. He notes, however, that he started the podcast over 2 years ago, so what’s this celebration really all about?
Episode 51! We all make numerous changes in our lives, but some areas get short shrift. One of the biggest most advantageous changes we can make is to limit the “friends” permitted in our circle of influence. We need to be picky about our “Front Row.” Listen in to find out why 🙂
Axioms run our lives, my friend. “Early Bird Gets the Worm”, “Practice Makes Perfect.” But what if it doesn’t? What if you’re flawlessly practicing the wrong things? Listen to this week’s episode and see what to do.
Milestone Monday! Sometimes things happen in our lives that cause us to examine our motives, our priorities and our resolve — not to mention, our progress. Join Kelvin in this episode to examine such a happening in his recent life. Check it out!
Most people when they need to do something are paralyzed by their previous losses, but if you focus on your wins you can gain perspective and confidence. Check it out!
With Independence Day right around the corner, what thought have you given to your own personal independence? Spend a few minutes with Kelvin contemplating that process.
Life gets busy and sometime we forget — but every once in a while, we need to remember the fire and passion dauntless dreams. What better time than… commencement? A quick look back down memory lane to remember where we’re headed.
Howdy! Back from a little unplanned hiatus, just in time for Father’s Day. A bite sized issue; a brief apology, a word about self-gratitude and a little bit of a guided meditation for self appreciation, and a promise to come back. Enjoy this bite sized nugget and we’ll see you next time.
Continued on from episode 43, Kelvin explores why “no one makes it without a mastermind…” and why we positively need one for our ultimate success team.
You ever get caught up in the flux of the moment — or week — and not get something done? Was it because you have too much on your plate or perhaps weren’t organized properly to handle it?
Sometimes we think we’re not cut out for something, but the real problem is often the blueprint we’re working with. What’s your blueprint look like?