Posts by Tim Pecoraro

109 – One Word for the New Year

Tim Pecoraro, 2019, New Year

In this episode, Tim shares his journey and process of working through the choices and decisions he made prior to 2018 and the divine intervention that helped him course correct. Tim reveals how he had to take himself back to what he knows to be true about himself and his purpose. Ultimately getting to his One Word and his true North for 2019 and beyond. Enjoy!

FIND YOUR ONE WORD:

  1. Take the time to review the last year
  2. Ask yourself – What went well?
  3. Ask yourself – What didn’t go well?
  4. Ask yourself – What did I learn?
  5. Ask yourself – Where am I headed? What do I want to go now and next?
  6. Share + Invite others in – your inner-circle is vital for:
    • Challenge
    • Accountability
    • Connection
    • Empathy
    • Value
    • Learning

INTRO AND OUTRO MUSIC (Used by permission):
Continuation Vibe – Written, arranged and performed by Luke Pecoraro (© 2018 LSP Music)
Uphill Conversations is an Uphill Strategies, LLC production © 2016 – 2018 Uphill Conversations

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108: Thane Ringler – From Here to There

Thane Ringler, Thane Marcus Ringler, From Here to There

In this episode, Tim has a conversation with Thane Ringler, a former pro golfer turned writer, speaker, collaborator, and entrepreneur living in Los Angeles, CA. After competing for nearly four years as a professional, he transitioned out of the world of golf into his new endeavors. Ringler brings fresh insight and value to those who desire to a life of mastery! This interview is inspiring, helpful and is applicable to all things life.

THE CONVERSATION:

  • Understanding your current place in life beyond your age
  • Winning and competing
  • Adding + learning the layers as you progress
  • The process and the experience
  • Taking the time to examine, look-back and reflect
  • Developing liquid knowledge
  • The concept of peaking too soon
  • The two overarching themes in the book:
    • #1 Take ownership individually of our lives
    • #2 Never settle for less than we are capable of
  • The default response of ‘SETTLING’
  • The importance of believing and preaching the truth
  • Being FAITHFUL
  • Developing Self-awareness
    • Starts (and ends) with reflection
    • Seek conflict
    • Seek challenge
    • Seek outside perspective
    • Use tools
    • Learn from living
    • Practice humility
    • Value listening above talking
      • 4 Step Path
        • Observation
        • Evaluation
        • Correction
        • Ingraining
  • Discovering, understanding, and optimizing
  • Questions that are important to ask yourself
  • The 5 P’s of Mastery
    • Purpose
    • Preparation
    • Process
    • Patience
    • Persistence
  • Having a ‘WORD’ for the year
  • Three things Thane is optimistic about over the next twelve months

RESOURCES:

From Here to There by Thane Marcus Ringler

BOOK REFERENCES:

Strangers to Ourselves by Timothy D. Watson

Boundaries by Dr. Henry Cloud

CONNECT WITH THANE:

Website: thanemarcus.com

Instagram: @thanemarcus

LinkedIn: in/thaneringler/

Facebook: @thane.ringler

Twitter: @thanemarcus

ABOUT THANE:

Thane Marcus Ringler is a former pro golfer turned writer, speaker, collaborator, and entrepreneur living in Los Angeles, CA. After competing for nearly four years as a professional, he transitioned out of the world of golf into his new endeavors.

In his current work, Thane is coming alongside freelancers, business owners, and entrepreneurs to help them by taking the professional athlete’s mindset to everyday people in everyday life. He is passionate about speaking to the journey from the journey and wants to empower this generation to take ownership of their lives and never settle for less than they are capable of. He is also the host of The Up & Comers Show, a podcast all about learning how to live a good life.

INTRO AND OUTRO MUSIC (Used by permission):
Continuation Vibe – Written, arranged and performed by Luke Pecoraro (© 2018 LSP Music)
Uphill Conversations is an Uphill Strategies, LLC production © 2016 – 2018 Uphill Conversations

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107: Liz Fosslien – No Hard Feelings

Liz Fosslien, Elisabeth Fosslien, LizandMollie

In this episode, Tim has a conversation with Liz Fosslien, author and illustrator of No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotion at Work. Liz shares her journey of self-discovery, fulfillment and finding her ‘Forever’work. Fosslien brings a fresh perspective to those of us who want to embrace and feel our feelings.

THE CONVERSATION:

  • Meet Liz
  • Dealing with the dream job not working out and how Liz moved beyond the disappointment
  • Going through a period of being upset and down
  • The value of reflection for discovery
  • Being an introvert
  • Her journey to discover her ‘FOREVER’ work + fulfillment
  • The power of little things and living in the present
  • Experiencing moments of delight in everything you do
  • The false dichotomy of emotion being on one side and reason on the other
  • Permission to feel emotions
  • The importance of building in the small habits that lead you to the goal that you want
  • The importance of increasing the chances to wake up great
  • The story of Liz and Mollie and how they started working together
  • The combo of illustration and neuroscience as a great first step
  • Emotions in the workplace
  • Using cookies as a means to have safe conversations
  • About the book,  No Hard Feelings
  • The gross feeling of envy
  • Instead of envy ask to learn and be taught
  • Really good on-boarding and ‘The Enterview’ (Enter + Interview)
  • How small actions send big signals
  • Feel your feelings + Be kind to yourself
  • Three things Liz is optimistic about over the next twelve months

RESOURCES:

No Hard Feelings by Liz Fosslien

Newsletter: Liz + Mollie

Blog: Liz + Mollie

CONNECT WITH LIZ:

Website: www.fosslien.com

Instagram: @lizandmollie

LinkedIn: in/liz-fosslien

Facebook: @lizfosslien

Twitter: @fosslien

ABOUT LIZ:

Liz Fosslien is the author and illustrator of No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotion at Work. Her work has been featured by The Economist, The Financial Times, NPR, and CNN.

Liz spent the past three years designing and facilitating workshops that empowered executives at LinkedIn, Facebook, Google, BlackRock, and Nike to build cultures of belonging. Previously, she led product and community projects at Genius and ran statistical analyses at the aptly named Analysis Group. She starts each day by eating yogurt and reading abstracts from recently published academic papers.

INTRO AND OUTRO MUSIC (Used by permission):
Continuation Vibe – Written, arranged and performed by Luke Pecoraro (© 2018 LSP Music)
Uphill Conversations is an Uphill Strategies, LLC production © 2016 – 2018 Uphill Conversations

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106: Mary Shores – The Communication Code

Mary Shores, Conscious Communications, Fearless Ambition

In this episode, Tim has another great conversation with Mary Shores, recognized as a leader of innovative thought. Mary shares a powerful yet practical method and approach she calls “The Communication Code”. If you desire better interactions and connections, personally and professionally, you don’t want to miss this conversation.

THE CONVERSATION:

  • Breaking down and understanding the simple approach of  “Cleanse or Clog”
  • Applying the “Cleanse or Clog” method + the impact
  • Defining empowerment
  • Living your journey v. Living the dream life
  • Looking at things through the proper lens of perception
  • Make decisions from the proper lens of perception
  • Learning The Communication Code: 3 Rules + 3 Step Process
    • The 3 Rules
      • Rule 1 –  Understand how we trigger one another
      • Rule 2 – Replace negative words with ones that will actually work to create deep connections
      • Rule 3 – Start always by saying what you can do, not what you can’t do
    • The 3 Step Process
      • Step 1 – Validate the other person (non-negotiable)
      • Step 2 – Plant a seed of happiness for a positive outcome (the easy step)
      • Step 3 – Use an action statement
  • What people have learned and discovered using “The Communication Code”
  • Wrapping it all up

RESOURCES:

Conscious Communications by Mary Shores

CONNECT WITH MARY:

Website: www.maryshores.com

Instagram: @mary_shores

LinkedIn: in/shoresmary

Facebook: @shoresmary

Twitter: @mary_shores

Pinterest: shores_mary

Youtube: Mary Shores

ABOUT MARY:

Mary Shores is the author of Conscious Communications: A Step-by-Step Guide to Harnessing the Power of Your Words to Change Your Mind, Your Choices, and Your Life. Recognized as a leader of innovative thought, she has spent over a decade teaching businesses and individuals how to identify their goals, create new ways of thinking, and take action to create meaningful results. Mary travels across the nation giving lectures and teaching courses and has been featured on local and national radio and television shows, podcasts, and blogs.

INTRO AND OUTRO MUSIC (Used by permission):
Continuation Vibe – Written, arranged and performed by Luke Pecoraro (© 2018 LSP Music)
Uphill Conversations is an Uphill Strategies, LLC production © 2016 – 2018 Uphill Conversations

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105: Ajit Nawalkha

Ajit Nawalkha, Mindvalley, Evercoach, The Book of Coaching

In this episode, Tim has a great conversation with Ajit Nawalkha, an extraordinary entrepreneur and thought leader. Ajit is a global educator & consultant, he is the co-founder of Mindvalley Teach, Evercoach and Global GRIT Institute, author of The Book of Coaching and Live Big. Enjoy!

THE CONVERSATION:

  • His journey to discovering not just what success looks like but how it feels
  • The importance of understanding the consequences of taking on someone else’s picture of success
  • Know your ‘WHY’ + ‘WHAT’
  • Asking and answering the hard questions
  • Life shifts he made that gave clarity and direction
  • Learning to look a life as a dance. Enjoy the music!
  • Learning to add value to the lives of others
  • What Ajit is hyperfocused on today
  • Living a life of choice + creating abundance
  • Starting new conversations + learning + being curious
  • Turning fear into a challenge and changing the dialogue around it
  • Knowing the ‘Why?’ and the ‘What?’
  • Why it’s hard for people to find solutions
  • The Social Comparison Theory
  • Three things Ajit is optimistic about over the next twelve month
  • Words of encouragement to grow + improve

CONNECT WITH Ajit:

Website: www.ajitnawalkha.com/

Website: www.LiveBigTheBook.com

Instagram: @ajitnawalkha

LinkedIn: in/ajitnawalkha

Facebook: @ajitnawalkhaofficial

Twitter: @ajitn

ABOUT AJIT:

Ajit Nawalkha is an entrepreneur, business coach, founder of Evercoach author of The Book of Coaching and a co-founder of Mindvalley – one of the biggest publishers in personal development space.

Ajit is a serial entrepreneur, global educator & consultant, he is the co-founder of Mindvalley Teach, Evercoach and Global GRIT Institute, author of The Book of Coaching and Live Big. Born in Jaipur, Rajasthan living in a home with 23 other people, has always pursued the dream of Living Big. Over the past decade, he has helped build training and coaching companies to inspire the coming generation, transform entrepreneurs to live on purpose, while enjoying their lives while increasing profits. He enjoys exploring the world, learning different cuisines, writing, and spending time with his wife Neeta. He currently lives in Los Angeles, California.

INTRO AND OUTRO MUSIC (Used by permission):
Continuation Vibe – Written, arranged and performed by Luke Pecoraro (© 2018 LSP Music)
Uphill Conversations is an Uphill Strategies, LLC production © 2016 – 2018 Uphill Conversations

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