53: Brian Knox – Uphill Accountability Partner

Brian Knox joins us as we continue to celebrate our 1 Year Anniversary. Find out how Brian was instrumental as an accountability partner in the launch of this podcast and how he inspires and helps others in his daily life.

Brian is a guy determined to focus on the good things in life. He’s 38-years-old, has been married for 15 years, and is the father to two daughters (8 and 5). He’s worked at Habitat for a little over a year and it is the exact place that he needs to be. After 17 years in corporate America, Brian is finally in a role that engages his talents, skills, and passions while making the world a better place for others.

Show Notes

  • Connecting over John Lee Dumas and The Freedom Journal
  • Value in finding true accountability partners
  • Taking the first steps towards your entrepreneurial dreams
  • Moving beyond the “curse of being capable”
  • Podcasts as a treasure trove of information for personal growth
  • Importance of asking powerful questions and challenging others’ thinking to help give perspective and recognize blind spots
  • Podcast “turn-offs”
  • There’s no quantum leap – it takes time – consistent small efforts day over day to be successful
  • Habits to reduce stress and maintain momentum: get enough sleep,  be mindful of feelings and emotions
  • Having a servant heart, second chances and seeing the best in others
  • Being intentional in engaging others before and throughout conversations and interactions
  • Keeping yourself open to hear and understand others’ opinions, beliefs, and perspectives
  • Tim and Megan’s go to resources for information and their love of people
  • How each of us would spend our days if we were financially free
  • How are you leaving a legacy?

Quote correction: “In my walks, every man I meet is my superior in some way, and in that I learn from him.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson

Connect with Brian: 

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INTRO AND OUTRO MUSIC (Used by permission):
Dreams Groove (© 2017 Tim Pecoraro)
Straight Drive (© 2017 Tim Pecoraro)
Uphill Conversations is an Uphill Strategies, LLC production
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