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Episode 237 – Avish Parashar – Unconventional Professions / audio

Unconventional Professions

Avish Parashar (@avishp on twitter) returns to talk to host Craig Price his new coaching program for unconventional professions. If you live an unconventional life like I do, you know that getting useful help is a struggle. So many people with conventional jobs offer conventional wisdom that would be great if only you had a “normal” job. Avish struggled with this for a few years until he finally figured a few things out and created a coaching program to help other unconventional professionals too! Avish and Craig talk about how you should take advice, how to get clarity on your place in the market, making sure you understand why people buy from you and more.

You can learn more about Avish’s new program at http://dinghappens.com/reality 

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Episode 235 – Jessica Pettitt – Good Enough Now / audio

Good Enough Now

Jessica Pettitt (@jesspettitt on twitter) returns to talk to host Craig Price about her new book “Good Enough Now“. Waiting for that perfect moment before starting something new often becomes just waiting around. Perfectionism is a fool’s errand and that’s why Jessica wrote “Good Enough Now: How Doing the Best We Can With What We Have is Better Than Nothing” because why wait? Craig and Jess discuss her new book, how we need to leave room for edits in our life and behavior as well as honoring our authentic selves.

In her breakthrough message, author and speaker Jessica Pettitt reveals the truth about how we can be the best versions of ourselves now! By being our authentic selves, we can immediately improve our companies, relationships, and communities.

Jessica’s new book is on sale now and you can hear just why you need it! You can learn more about Jessica at http://goodenoughnow.com

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Episode 230 – Jerome Wade – Performance / audio

performance

Jerome Wade (@JeromeWade on twitter) discusses performance with host Craig Price. Peak performance and Craig are rarely in the same neighborhood, yet that doesn’t stop him from wondering in awe how others lift themselves to higher levels. Together with Jerome Wade from Epic Advantage, the two discuss how to not red-line yourself by performing too high for too long, some key practices you can do to lift your performance and how we can live in the most productive society in history and still feel unproductive! Craig gives a pretty high performance interview this week so you should really listen!

Jerome can be found at http://www.epicadvantage.com/ 

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Episode 211 – Jen Rulon – Triathlons / audio

Triathlons

Jen Rulon (@CoachJenRulon on twitter) discussing preparing and running triathlons with host Craig Price. Knowing Craig and the height of his exercise regime is struggling to scoop hard ice cream out of the gallon container, it would seem unlikely that a true athlete would be on the podcast. But there is a huge difference between doing a triathlon and talking about one, so Craig immediately got comfy in his chair to talk with Coach Jen.  Jen has run over 10 Ironman triathlons and coached over 20 athletes for the ironman. Despite the seemingly opposite approaches to fitness Craig and Jen have a lively discussion about how to train for a triathlon, is being “too busy” really an excuse, how pee can slow down the competition and why she loves doing events like these. They also discuss ways her training can be applied to business and to non-athletes as well as talking about her 12 years training orcas at Sea World!

You can learn more about Jen at http://JenRulon.com 

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Episode 208 – 2016 Speakers Roundtable / audio

2016 Speakers Roundtable

Mary Kelly, Jason Kotecki, Jessica Pettitt and Thom Singer (@marykellyspeaks, @escapeadulthood, @jesspettitt and @thomsinger on Twitter) join host Craig Price for his 2016 Speakers Roundtable. Each year, Craig gathers the best minds in the speaking industry to sit down during the National Speakers Association’s annual convention (this year in hell…I mean Phoenix.) to discuss the state of the industry, what new things are happening, what issues are affecting the speaker population and whatever else may pop up. This year, Craig sat 4 talented past guests to discuss marketing and the resulting conversation covered so much more. They discussed capitalism, charity, tapping into your talents, differentiating yourself, referring other speakers and the hottest of topics…when during the podcast would Jessica swear. These panels are always the most requested episodes of Reality Check and this year is no exception.  Celebrate Craig’s birthday by enjoying a gift he gives to himself and to you…his annual speakers roundtable.

Mary Kelly was previously featured on episode 191 and can be found at her website http://productiveleaders.com

Jason Kotecki was a guest on episode 168 and you can learn more about him at http://escapeadulthood.com

Thom Singer has been on the podcast numerous times and can be found at http://ThomSinger.com

Jessica Pettitt has also been on the podcast and previous roundtable discussions and can be found at http://goodenoughnow.com

Special thanks to the National Speakers Association as well as MicroSearch for all their help in getting this episode made.

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