Are you feeling stuck, drowning in the day-to-day and being micromanaged? Are you feeling lost and confused about your direction (or lack of direction) in life? Are you looking for ways to have more peace of mind, keep your integrity, spend more time with your family, and still be successful?
Our special guest Corey Jahnke (the Zen Pharmacist) answers these and other questions about achieving your definition of success with more joy by living in this moment.
Corey is a full time pharmacist, a John Maxwell certified coach, and a certified Go Giver coach. Twelve years ago, Corey found himself facing fatigue and burnout at life threatening levels, and I know many of you have felt that as well. And Corey found his way out of that. Corey also has an organization called Successful Thinker Magazine and Successful Thinker Podcast. He’s also the author of the book The Successful Thinker.
Listen as Corey shares her wisdom and experience on different ways to live and experience life with more joy, better relationships and greater success.
The Impact Leadership Podcast is brought to you by Cardivera.com.
- Here’s an idea – ask people questions and listen
- The importance of getting clear on what you want, why you want it and what price you’re willing to pay to get it
- You can have mutual love with the people you serve
- The role of personal pride in serving others and loving your work and life\
- The profound truth that all we have is this moment and the gifts of living in the moment
- You are 100% responsible for your life
- Understanding the obstacles to living life with gratitude and in the moment
- The vital importance of saying “no” to more things so you can have more time for the things you want to say “yes” to
- You are so much more than what you do for a living
- Nothing exists except this moment (everything else is made up by you)
- We typically worry about things that never happen
- “What is the best use of your time right now?”
- Moments are not good or bad – they’re what you decide they are
- If no one told you who you are, who would you be
- Strategies for living relationally in a transactional world
- How you treat others will determine the experience you have with others
- Slow down, live in the moment and “see” the people around you
- The Law of the Heart – the more people you care about, the more people you will have in your life to care about (it’s as simple as letting people know that you care about them)
- The importance of being intentional to interact with people who are different and who think differently from me
- The stories we make up about our lives and experiences
- Your experience of life is based upon how you choose to see it and experience it
- You can choose your own pace of your life (not what everyone else tells you it should be)
- If you realized how little people think about you, you’d probably be offended