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English, Education, 1 seasons, 21 episodes, 16 hours 14 minutes
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The Power of Books Podcast showcases best-selling non-fiction authors and their books, sharing key learnings, behind the scenes stories and much more. With guests from a ton of different genres including personal development, health, wealth, philosophy, habits and more, you'll find new books, inspiration and practical action-steps to help you become the best version of yourself.
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#21: Tim Castle - The Momentum Sales Model

How to Create Momentum in Sales! In this episode, I have the pleasure to be joined by Tim Castle.  Tim is an entrepreneur, mindset coach and bestselling author. He has developed his sales and negotiation skills from decades of experience in bartering and sales. Therefore he’s also a sought-after sales and negotiation trainer for startups and corporates, working with founders, elite athletes and business moguls. His previous books The Art of Negotiation and Be the Lion have helped thousands of people. In The Momentum Sales Model, Tim shares the strategies for creating sales momentum which he has developed and refined for himself and for the countless clients he has worked with. From our conversation, you can expect to learn how you can set yourself apart from your competition, how to handle losing a sale, how to foster great relationships with clients and a lot more… Sidenote: We had some connection issues, sorry if you hear any jumps or sound diffe
03/10/202356 minutes 58 seconds
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#20: How to Get to the Top 1%

How to Get to the Top 1% In today’s episode, I share some thoughts on a quote about how to get to the top 1%. You can expect a statistical thought experiment, as well as some thoughts about persistence, patience and not quitting.  Resources: Non-Fiction Notion Database  Get the free timosnotes Reading List, which includes 30 of my all-time favorite books   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL HERE Get in touch: Instagram: ht
26/04/202313 minutes 2 seconds
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#19: Laura Gassner Otting - Wonderhell

How to Embrace the burden of your potential, and actually enjoy the ride! In today’s episode I have the pleasure to be joined by Laura Gassner Otting.  Laura is a serial entrepreneur who has started and sold a successful international executive search firm, built philanthropic and political action committees from scratch, and was a White House appointee on the team which created the national service project, AmeriCorps, Laura is a frequent contributor to The TODAY Show, Good Morning America, Harvard Business Review, and OprahDaily. She is also the best-selling author of Limitless and now the author of her new book, Wonderhell In Wonderhell, Laura offers a roadmap to creating the mindset that lets you move forward in life, even when your success tells you to stop right there. From our conversation, you can expect to learn how to overcome uncertainty and imposter syndrome, how to unshackle yourself from other people’s opinions, how to borro
11/04/202347 minutes 2 seconds
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#18: Kristen Butler - The Comfort Zone

Create a Life You Really Love, with Less Stress and More Flow! In this episode I have the pleasure to be joined by Kristen Butler.  Kristen is the founder of @powerofpositivity, a community of 50+ Million people across all platforms. Her mission is to uplift the planet helping others boost their mood, train their brain, and improve their life. She is the best-selling author of the 3 Minute Positivity Journal and on April 18th her new book, The Comfort Zone, will be published. In The Comfort Zone, Kristen introduces the create with comfort process, which will guide you through the three steps of where you are, where you are going and how to get there. From our conversation, you can expect to learn about Kristen’s new model of the comfort zone, how to overcome limiting beliefs, how to create a vision board that will actually work and a lot more… Resources: <a href="https://amzn.to/3nDhq
04/04/20231 hour 1 minute 8 seconds
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#17: How to Pick Your Next Read

How to Pick Your Next Read In today’s episode, I’m sharing some insights on how I pick my next read. You can expect insights on the three different paths of picking a book, what questions to consider, how I create my reading list and more… Resources: Get the free timosnotes Reading List, which includes 30 of my all-time favorite books SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL HERE Get in touch: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/timosnotes/ Website: https://timosnotes.com
08/02/202321 minutes 42 seconds
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#16: Ethan Kross - Chatter

How to Harness the Voice in Your Head! In today’s episode I have the pleasure to be joined by Ethan Kross. Ethan is one of the world’s leading experts on controlling the conscious mind. An award-winning professor in the University of Michigan’s top-ranked Psychology Department and its Ross School of Business, he is the director of the Emotion &amp; Self Control Laboratory. In his book Chatter, Ethan explains the voice in our head and shares some tools we can use to take control of negative self-talk and harness our inner voice. From our conversation, you can expect to learn why having an inner voice is totally normal and what functions it serves, how you can handle chatter in performance situations, what we can do to support people around us struggling with chatter, and a lot more. Resources: Buy Chatter* <a href="https://www.ethankross
17/01/202343 minutes 16 seconds
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#15: Steve Sims - Go For Stupid

The Art of Achieving Ridiculous Goals! In today’s episode, I have the pleasure to be joined by Steve Sims. Steve is the founder of the world’s leading experiential concierge firm, Bluefish. He utilized his talent for making things happen to provide some of the most unique experiences to his clients. For example, he once had a group get a tour of SpaceX led by Elon Musk himself or made it possible for a client to take a submarine trip to the Titanic. In his book Go For Stupid, Steve shares his blueprint for achieving ridiculous goals, alongside a ton of other valuable lessons related to networking, branding and overall success. From our conversation, you can expect to learn about the 3 key principles for success that Steve learned from some of the wealthiest people alive. Resources: Buy Go For Stupid* <a href="https://www.stevedsims.com/" target="_blank"
03/01/202344 minutes 1 second
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#14: Evan Carmichael - Momentum

How to Create and Sustain Momentum! In this episode, Evan Carmichael joins me to discuss his latest book, Momentum. In March back in 2020 I opened my Instagram Inbox and had a video message from Evan. He reached out to me because he wanted to send me his new book Built to Serve. Back then I had around 14.000 followers and it blew my mind that someone like Evan would reach out to me. Since then we’ve stayed in touch a little bit over the years. When I saw that Evan had a new book out a couple of months ago, I had to get it and ask him to join me for an episode, so here we are. In his book Momentum, which he wrote with lightning speed, Evan teaches you his personal mindset shifts, actions, habits, and strategies to create and sustain momentum and use it to your advantage. From our conversation, you can expect to learn how Evan wrote this book in just 5 days, how you can use momentum to get started on a new project, why Evan reads 7-1
29/11/202237 minutes 7 seconds
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#13: Brad Stulberg - The Practice of Groundedness

How to Achieve Grounded Success! In today’s episode, I have the pleasure to be joined by Brad Stulberg. Brad is a researcher, writer, and coach on the characteristics that underlie sustainable excellence and well-being. His books Peak Performance and The Practice of Groundedness have sold more than 250.000 copies and his writing has appeared in well-known publications, like The New York Times or The Wall Street Journal. In The Principles of Groundedness Brad shares a more sustainable and healthier model for success by interweaving modern science with time-honored lessons from ancient wisdom traditions like Buddhism or Stoicism. From our conversation, you can expect to learn a simple equation for happiness, how you can and why you should train your patience, how to make movement part of your day if you work an office job, and a lot more… Resources: Buy The Practice
15/11/202246 minutes 39 seconds
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#12: Chris Smith - The Conversion Code

Stop Chasing Leads and Start Attracting Clients! In today’s episode I have the pleasure to be joined by Chris Smith. Chris is the co-founder of Curaytor (an Inc. 500 fastest-growing business) and he is one of the four best marketers under 40, according to the American Marketing Association. His book, The Conversion Code, is taught at colleges like Johns Hopkins University, and has been a guest lecturer at NYU. From our conversation, you can expect to learn about Chris’ early beginnings in sales, his go-to lead generation channels, how Web3, NFTs, and the Metaverse will change the game &nbsp;and a lot more… Resources: Buy The Conversion Code* Chris’ Website: http://theconversioncode.com Join Chris’ Email list: http://conv.codes/email <a
08/11/20221 hour 22 seconds
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#11 Rich Diviney - The Attributes

How to Perform like a Navy SEAL! In today’s episode I have the pleasure to be joined by Rich Diviney. Rich is a bestselling author, leadership &amp; human performance expert, and retired Navy SEAL commander. In a career spanning more than twenty years, he completed more than thirteen overseas deployments. Since retiring from the Navy, Rich has worked as a speaker, facilitator, and consultant with the Chapman &amp; Co. Leadership Institute, Simon Sinek Inc., and is now founder and CEO of The Attributes Inc. Currently, Rich speaks and consults on leadership, high performing teams, assessment &amp; selection, and optimal performance. He has worked with thousands of businesses, athletic, and military leaders from organizations such as American Airlines, the San Francisco 49ers, Zoom, and Deloitte. In his book The Attributes, Rich defines the 25 core attributes in practical ways and shares stories from the military, business and relationships to show
25/10/202245 minutes 30 seconds
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#10: Nate Dallas - You're Too Good To Feel This Bad

You’re Too Good To Feel This Bad provides an orthodox approach to living an unorthodox life. Nate Dallas is a dentist, a lifelong entrepreneur with multiple businesses and the author of You’re Too Good To Feel This Bad. He loves sharing his experience and knowledge with others and craves creative collaboration. His book is an extensive collection of insights and tips about personal development, physical and mental health, mindset, money and many other related topics. From our conversation you can expect to learn how to improve your sleep, how to breathe correctly, why we can’t fool ourselves with our goals, the importance of recreation and leisure and a lot more… Resources: Nates’s Website: https://natedallas.com/ Get the free timosnotes Reading List, which includes my Top 20 Books of All-Time: https://mailchi.m
18/10/20221 hour 9 minutes 19 seconds
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#9: Gareth Timmins - Becoming The 0.1%

How to Build an Elite Mindset! In today’s episode I have the pleasure to be joined by former Royal Marines Commando Gareth Timmins. Gareth has a Diploma of Higher Education in Psychology and a Bachelor's Degree in Forensic Psychology. He also founded the British fitness and adventure brand Nought Point One, which is inspired by the Royal Marines’ high standard of excellence and performance. In our conversation we talk about Gareth’s experience during training, the lessons he took away from this time there, how everybody can apply it to their own lives, and a lot more… Resources: Buy Becoming The 0.1% on Amazon* Nought Point One Website Get my free timosnotes Reading List, which includes my Top 20 Boo
11/10/202252 minutes 28 seconds
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#8: Nick Bracks - Move Your Mind

How to Build a Healthy Mindset for Life In today’s episode I have the pleasure to be joined by actor and speaker Nick Bracks. He is the author of Move Your Mind and an acclaimed mental health advocate. Nick has delivered more than 1000 mental health seminars around the globe, including two TED Talks. In our conversation we talked about Nick’s own personal battle with mental health, the stigma around mental health in society, the 4 Practical Pathways to mental health and wellbeing from his book and a lot more… Resources: Buy Move Your Mind on Amazon* Nick’s Website Join the Move Your Mind Community here Get my free timosnotes Reading List, which includes m
04/10/202253 minutes 1 second
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#7: Nick Velasquez - Learn Improve Master

How to Learn, Improve and Master any Skill! In today’s episode I have the pleasure to be joined by Nick Velasquez, best-selling author of Learn Improve Master. Nick considers himself a passionate learner and devoted student of mastery. After years of studying masters of their craft and researching topics like learning science and peak performance he decided to pack everything into a book to share what he discovered with others. In this conversation we talk about Nick’s 8 year long writing process, we unpack the seven steps of learning any skill and a lot more… Resources: Buy Learn Improve Master here: https://amzn.to/3UAVIzN * Nick’s Website: https://unlimitedmastery.com/ Get the free timosnotes Reading List, which includes my Top 20 Books of All-Time: <a href="https://mailchi.mp/df4567b02e14/to
27/09/202259 minutes 21 seconds
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#6: Clint Emerson - The Rugged Life

How to embrace the rugged life of self-reliance in today’s modern world! In today’s episode I have the pleasure to be joined by former Navy SEAL, entrepreneur and author Clint Emerson. Clint is a retired Navy SEAL with more than 20 years of service. He is the founder of Escape the Wolf, a company which focuses on crisis management for global companies. He is also the author of the best selling 100 Deadly Skills series. In today's episode we'll be talking about Clint's newest book: The Rugged Life - The Modern Guide to Self-Reliance. We will cover topics like how to start integrating more ruggedness into your life, what Clint learned during the research for the book and a lot more… Resources: Buy The Rugged Life: https://amzn.to/3eNfgjZ * Clint’s Website: https://clintemerson.com/ Get the free timosnotes Reading List
13/09/202232 minutes 4 seconds
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#5: Ken Rusk - Blue Collar Cash

How to live life in Comfort, Peace and Freedom the Blue-Collar Way! In today’s episode I have the pleasure to be joined by Ken Rusk. Ken is a successful entrepreneur with multiple businesses. He's an advocate for blue-collar work, a mentor, coach and best-selling author of the book Blue Collar Cash - Love Your Work, Secure your Future and Find Happiness for Life. We'll be talking about how to create a vision for your life and how to turn it into reality by creating a career plan and setting goals. We will also talk about the benefits of working a blue-collar job, how to transition from a different career and a lot more… Resources: Buy Blue Collar Cash on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3eu7gUU * Ken’s Website: https://www.kenrusk.com Get the free timosnotes Reading List, which includes my Top 20 Books of All-Time:
07/09/202246 minutes 1 second
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#4: Alan Stein Jr. - Sustain Your Game

How to Manage Stress, Avoid Stagnation, and Beat Burnout! In today’s episode I have the pleasure to be joined by corporate performance coach, author and world-renowned speaker Alan Stein Jr. For more than 15 years he was a performance coach for some of the greatest basketball players in the world, including guys like Kevin Durant, Kobe Bryant and Steph Curry. Today he shares his experience with a much broader audience as the author of the books Raise Your Game and Sustain Your Game. In today's episode we'll be talking about Alan’s latest book, Sustain Your Game. We'll cover topics like how to handle the pressure of the moment, the power of visualization, how to create change and a lot more… Resources: Buy Sustain Your Game: https://amzn.to/3cBCTuT * Alan’s Website: https://alansteinjr.com Get the free timosnotes Read
30/08/202248 minutes 18 seconds
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#3: Mads Tömörkènyi - Human Mechanics

How to unleash the astonishing innate capabilities of the human body! In today’s episode I have the pleasure to be joined by scientific researcher and performance coach Mads Tömörkènyi, who is the author of the brand new book Human Mechanics. Mads has worked with elite athletes of the UFC, the Premier League, the Bundesliga and multiple other clubs and leagues. Our conversation revolves around different health-related topics like sleep, breathing, training, nutrition and a lot more. Resources: Buy Human Mechanics: https://amzn.to/3wsziGu * Mads’ Website: https://mtperformance.co Get the free timosnotes Reading List, which includes my Top 20 Books of All-Time: https://mailchi.mp/df4567b02e14/top-20-books Get in touch: <
23/08/202247 minutes 59 seconds
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#2: Bob Burg - The Go-Giver

How can being a Go-Giver change your life for the better? In today’s episode I have the pleasure to be joined by author and speaker Bob Burg and talk about his best-selling book The Go-Giver. For over 30 years Bob Burg has been successfully showing entrepreneurs, leaders, and sales professionals how to communicate their value and accelerate their business growth. Although for years he was best known for his sales classic, Endless Referrals, it’s his business parable, The Go-Giver, coauthored with John David Mann that has created a worldwide movement. While part of a four-book series, The Go-Giver itself has sold more than one million copies and been translated into 30 languages. It was rated #10 on Inc. Magazine’s list of The Most Motivational Books Ever Written, and was on HubSpot’s 20 Most Highly Rated Sales Books of All Time. Bob is founder of The Go-Giver Community Network, the first of its kind online business community created by and for Go-G
20/08/202238 minutes 14 seconds
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#1: Ben Aldridge - How to Control the Uncontrollable

How can we better deal with uncertainty and prepare ourselves for challenging situations? In today’s episode I have the pleasure to be joined by author and speaker Ben Aldridge and talk about his new book How to Control the Uncontrollable. Ben is the author of How to Be Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable and How to Control the Uncontrollable. His writing and speaking covers topics like practical philosophy, mental health and using challenges to leave our comfort zones. Both of his books are among my favorite reads in the last two years! Our conversation revolves around some general ideas and concepts of Stoicism like the Four Cardinal Virtues, the Stoic Golden Rule and the Anti Bucket List, which is a concept that Ben has come up with. We also cover how Stoicism has helped Ben overcome severe anxiety, how thinking about death can help you live a happier life, how to apply stoic thinking to training and everyday situatio
15/08/202250 minutes 33 seconds