I get it.  We ALL want to help. But are we all meant to be leaders?  What makes a good leader?  I believe that we throw that word around too loosely.   Everyone can be a leader.  If you are influencing others in anyway, you are leading.

You must do it by example. If you want to inspire others, then eat healthy and exercise in an authentic way.  Do you want your friends to try that crazy fun adventure that you love?  Live and breathe it.  Show your excitement and all the positive aspects that you receive from it.  Actions over words.  Always.

If you want success more for someone else than they do for themselves, it becomes easy to become an enabler.   It’s easy to know if you are falling into this “trap”.

Do this simple exercise.

Stop and listen to how you feel when you offer to pick up your customer or friend when you attend a training event. What emotions stir up for you?  How about when offer to place a friendly reminder text or call for them to complete assignments?  You might be feeling a little stressed or maybe even drained.

You should get fueled by helping others, not exhausted.

If you feel that this is happening to you, start digging into the WHY of your customers.  Nothing will fuel them or keep them moving towards their goals without it.  They may even be too nice and don’t want to let you down. It needs to be about THEM.  Maybe they just don’t want change.

You need to place all your energy into those that want to help themselves.  Simple as that.  Those that have a deep desire to change. If not, you will become exhausted because you want it more for them than they do.

You can never force. Be an energy magnet. Be so inspiring that others want to do what you are doing.

Natalie Sisson knows how to travel and how to create freedom in her life.  She is the “Suitcase Entrepreneur” and lives with purpose and passion.   She teaches others how they also can design their own lives and create their ideal lifestyle.  She’s been to 68 countries in the world and taking a minor break and house sitting in New Zealand before taking off for more experiences.
In this episode:

How safe is international travel
How much STUFF do you need? Rule of thumb to follow
Going to the airport and picking a random destination
Analyzing vs throwing caution to the wind
The best parts of New Zealand described (coffee, cafes and the beautiful colors)
Exercising on the road
Creating memories in life
“until” vs “right now”

Resource Links:
Create your Freedom Lifestyle Business – The Freedom Plan

Get Me FIT!
Connect with Natalie:
Suitcase Entrepreneur



Former law school student who realized it wasn’t his passion.  Now Navid Moazzez is the creator and host of the very popular Lifestyle Architects video and audio podcast and blog where he helps others achieve their ideal lifestyle.  His powerhouse list of guests include Pat Flynn, Chris Brogan, Laura Roeder, Hal Elrod, Natalie Sisson, Jordan Harbinger and many more.  He’s also a personal branding strategist, online marketer, entrepreneur and former soccer player.  He had to overcome the loss of his 22 year old brother and come make major shifts in his life to carve a new path of success.  He now calls himself a citizen of the world and loves to travel.
In this episode:

Navid’s definition of a perfect day
Importance of your “top 5”
Signs to look for when you are not following your passion
Steps to take to dive into pursuing your dreams on a limited budget
How importance leveraging your network can be
Importance of mentors and mindsets
One fear that Navid is going to tackle next
Using tragedy to fuel yourself forward

Links mentioned:
How To Win Friends And Influence People – Dale Carnegie

Gordie Bufton episode 40
Connect with Navid:





Welcome to episode #1!  Let me introduce The Life Of Now to you.

It all started several years ago for me.  It started with getting myself into shape physically and mentally.  Next I started to help others and then I started to think even bigger.  I thought to myself how can I get the word out and inspire and share stories even more?  A podcast of course!  The Life Of Now podcast is all about experiencing life, stepping outside of your comfort zone, taking advantage of all that life has to offer and so much more.  It’s about great relationships, learning from mistakes and traveling.  All of this while being in the best shape of your life.

Our first guest on the show is my very own sister, Rhonda Layton.  Rhonda is an online fitness coach, mom of 2, motivator, mompreneur, runner and overall life coach to many.

In this episode you will learn:

Books mentioned:

Compound Effect – Darren Hardy

The significance of [3:45]
The power of visualization
How to use failure and struggle to your advantage
How Rhonda cut 15 minutes off her previous marathons and qualified for the Boston Marathon
Rhonda’s dream vacation location
What is your “[4:00] AM”?

Books mentioned

Connect with Rhonda

YouTube Channel
Rhonda’s Motivation Rhonda Facebook page
Motivation Rhonda Blog
E-mail Rhonda
Check out Rhonda in the INSANITY Asylum infomercial!
And Shaun T’s promo reel starting at [3:35]
Rhonda’s very motivating INSANITY transformation video