055: Do You Have an Accountability Partner?

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Do you have someone in your life with whom you set goals and then conduct a regular report in to each other on your progress? In this episode of Quit Bleeping Around®, awesome superachiever, author, and former FBI violent crime analyst and senior manager Christina Eanes examines the benefits of an accountability partner and how to forge this type of relationship with another in the most effective manner.

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Seth D. Meyers (sethdmeyers.com)
Host: Christina Eanes (quitbleepingaround.com)
Outros Announcer: Linnea Sage (linneasage.com)
Intro/Outro Music: “Dangerous Dog” by Charlie J. Smith/SI Publishing

054: Interview of Superachiever Lisa Danforth

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In this episode of Quit Bleeping Around, awesome superachiever, author, and former FBI violent crime analyst and senior manager Christina Eanes interviews superachiever Lisa Danforth. Lisa is a business strategist with the mission of helping women entrepreneurs create financial independence and security through a passion-based business. In this episode, Lisa share her insights on the importance of having a very clear vision and living a life in which you are true to yourself.

If you’d like to learn more about Lisa, visit her website at www.LisaDanforth.com and download her free guide, “5 Simple Steps to Get Out of Overwhelm and Get Into Action.”

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Seth D. Meyers (sethdmeyers.com)
Host: Christina Eanes (www.quitbleepingaround.com)
Outro: Linnea Sage (www.linneasage.com)
Intro/Outro Music: “Dangerous Dog” by Charlie J. Smith/SI Publishing

Episode 148: Interview with Christina Eanes from QuitBleepingAround.com | Follow Me out of Debt | Get out of Debt and into Prosperity

Today’s interview with Christina Eanes from QuitBleepingAround.com is truly informative and packed with valuable takeaways that will help you to become a superachiever. If you’re not sure what a superachiever is, you’ll learn today!

Learn more about Christina by visiting: https://quitbleepingaround.com

As mentioned on the show, I’m also including the link for the backwards bicycle experiment. You’ll definitely want to check out this incredible video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFzDaBzBlL0

Date: May 13, 2017
Appearance: Follow Me Out of Debt Podcast
Outlet: Follow Me Out of Debt Podcast
Format: Podcast

Follow Your Passion for Happiness!

Are you following your passion? If not, why not? If so, how you can follow it more fully? I think a lot of us misunderstand what following our passion really means. At its foundation, this means identifying what we are truly passionate about, what makes us excited to talk about with others, the thing that we get so engrossed in, that we look up and several hours have passed. Where the confusion sets in is when we make up a bunch of rules around it, like “I’m passionate about such and such – so it has to be my life’s work and where my paycheck comes from.” Or “I have to be passionate about a noble cause.” I respectfully ask you to throw away any rules you may have created around your life’s passion.

We make up a lot of rules around “following our passion” and that could be what’s keeping you from following yours in the first place, or following it more fully. Following your passion is what makes life more fulfilling – you’re happier, less stressed, and more optimistic. Keeping that in mind, while throwing out the rules, will help you follow your passion today. Let’s say your passion about speaking to large audiences about topic X and is not something you do in your day job. Well, make it a side job, either paid or volunteer. Seek out where these audiences would be an offer to speak. Let’s say you’re passionate about, I don’t know – crocheting. Then start a crocheting club on the weekends. Or film yourself giving lots of cool tips and create a YouTube channel and online community to be passionate together. You get the idea – when you throw out the rules you’ve created around following your passion, you will find yourself energized, fulfilled, and simply glowing while talking about it with others. Alright superachievers… what are you waiting for?

053: Making a Plan vs Having a Wish List

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Do you have goals with a plan? Or is it simply a wish list? In this episode of Quit Bleeping Around®, awesome superachiever, author, and former FBI violent crime analyst and senior manager Christina Eanes discusses the difference between a plan and a wish list (you might be surprised!) and provides you with how to create an effective plan to achieve your goals.

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Seth D. Meyers (sethdmeyers.com)
Host: Christina Eanes (quitbleepingaround.com)
Outros Announcer: Linnea Sage (linneasage.com)
Intro/Outro Music: “Dangerous Dog” by Charlie J. Smith/SI Publishing

Christina tells you about the resources available to you at QuitBleepingAround.com.

052: Interview with Superachiever Ann Betz

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In this episode of Quit Bleeping Around, awesome superachiever, author, and former FBI violent crime analyst and senior manager Christina Eanes interviews superachiever Ann Betz. Ann is co-founder of BEabove Leadership and a thought leader in the area of consciousness, coaching, and neuroscience. In this episode, Ann provides you with lots of nuggets of wisdom including “just in time” development and five keys to neuroplasticity (keeping your brain at its best to tackle life’s challenges).

If you’d like to learn more about Ann visit her website at www.beaboveleadership.com or get her book, title, “Integration” on Amazon.com.

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Seth D. Meyers (sethdmeyers.com)
Host: Christina Eanes (www.quitbleepingaround.com)
Outro: Linnea Sage (www.linneasage.com)
Intro/Outro Music: “Dangerous Dog” by Charlie J. Smith/SI Publishing

Hold A Personal Strategy Session Today!

To be a superachiever and achieve all that we do, one must be strategic. I find it disheartening and unbelievable (at least I hope it’s unbelievable) when Brian Tracy states that only 3% of folks actually write down their goals. If this is true, I bet even a smaller portion of those individuals hold personal strategy sessions. See, in the professional world, we have weekly, monthly, and annual goals for the organization or business, we set up extensive project plans and hold regular status and strategy meetings to check on progress, implement interventions if necessary to keep us on track, and ensure that we accomplish all the goals we created as an organization. But how many of us do this ourselves? I’d venture to guess not many.

Once we establish our goals and how we will accomplish them, it will mean nothing without regular personal strategy sessions. I’d recommend a multilevel approach to this process.

Let’s start at the simplest level and work our way up. Each morning, spend five minutes setting up your daily to do list (or the night before) – the key here is daily. Set a strategy for which tasks need to get done that day or worked on that day to bring you closer to getting your goal accomplished. Here’s the thing though – you can’t do other tasks until those are done. This will keep you from focusing on the unimportant things that tend to get in our way because we make them “important.” So only work on things that are in furtherance of your goals.

Next level is weekly personal strategy sessions. This is done once a week on a day that makes sense for you – mine is generally Friday afternoon so I can free my mind for the weekend. Where your daily sessions take more no more than 15 minutes, your weekly planning sessions will generally take about 30 minutes or more depending on the number of goals you are tackling. In your weekly strategy session, you will reflect on your progress from the previous week, make any adjustments to your goal plan, and then set a plan for the coming week. In a similar fashion, you hold a monthly strategy session once a month, reviewing the previous month, making adjustments, and planning the next month. It is also important to hold a bi-annual session every six months looking at your goals from an even higher strategic level.

Holding daily, weekly, monthly, and bi-annual personal strategy meetings based on a goal plan you create for each of your goals may seem like a lot of work, and it can be; however, I guarantee you will achieve more in less time if you do. Stay tuned, I’m creating an easy to use goal and energy management system to be launched this year in 2017.

051: Strategies for Emptying Your Mental Bucket

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Ever heard of the term “emptying your mental bucket?” In this episode of Quit Bleeping Around®, awesome superachiever, author, and former FBI violent crime analyst and senior manager Christina Eanes explains the benefits of having an empty mental bucket and provides you with strategies for emptying out your mental bucket.

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Seth D. Meyers (sethdmeyers.com)
Host: Christina Eanes (quitbleepingaround.com)
Outros Announcer: Linnea Sage (linneasage.com)
Intro/Outro Music: “Dangerous Dog” by Charlie J. Smith/SI Publishing

050: Interview of Superachiever Eddie O’Connell

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In this episode of Quit Bleeping Around, awesome superachiever, author, and former FBI violent crime analyst and senior manager Christina Eanes interviews superachiever Eddie O’Connell. Eddie is Managing Director MEAA (Middle East, Africa, and Asia) at OMT Global, an international company based in Ireland. He’s a speaker, facilitator, world traveler, and all-around awesome guy. In this episode, Eddie provides you with four simple, yet profound questions to help you become the best version of yourself.

If you’d like to learn more about Eddie connect with him on Linked In.

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Seth D. Meyers (sethdmeyers.com)
Host: Christina Eanes (www.quitbleepingaround.com)
Outro: Linnea Sage (www.linneasage.com)
Intro/Outro Music: “Dangerous Dog” by Charlie J. Smith/SI Publishing