“Backing up is not the same as backing down.” Alison Levine

Growing up, Alison Levine loved learning about the early Arctic and Antarctic explorers, but medical problems prevented her from following their path. At 32, two years after she had surgery to correct her condition, she climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa and a passion for mountain climbing was ignited.

In this episode, Alison shares her inspirational story, from her childhood in Arizona to her second attempt to summit Mount Everest to how she scored a job as the deputy finance director of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s California gubernatorial campaign.

You’ll learn why complacency can be deadly, why backing up is often essential to moving forward and why the journey offers the most important lessons. Get ready to be inspired!

 

Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“I learned I had that voice in my head that told me I could keep going even if I felt like I wanted to turn around and quit.” — Alison Levine

“I knew if I didn’t step up to the plate to be the team captain, somebody else was going to do it. Somebody else was going to be living my dream adventure.” — Alison Levine

“Fear is only dangerous if it paralyzes you. Complacency will do you in.” — Alison Levine

“I used to feel disappointed in myself when I was scared but then I discovered that fear is a useful tool and you can use fear to your advantage to propel you forward.” — Alison Levine

“If you’re complacent in that ice fall…there’s a good chance you’ll get crushed by a tumbling block of ice.” — Alison Levine

“Progress doesn’t happen in one particular direction. Sometimes you have to go backwards for a bit in order to get to where you want to be. Don’t look at that backtracking as losing ground in any way. Use it as an opportunity to regroup and regain some strength so you’re better the next time around.” — Alison Levine

“Sometimes what you think is a big problem has a two dollar answer.” — Alison Levine

“You won, this time. But you are as big as you are ever going to get. And I’m still growing.” — Sir Edmund Hillary

“Standing on the top of a mountain is not what’s important; it’s the lessons you learn along the way, while you’re fighting like hell to get up there.” — Alison Levine

“You don’t have to be the best, fastest, most skilled climber to get to the top of the mountain. You just have to be absolutely relentless about putting one foot in front of the other.” — Alison Levine

“Treat every opportunity as if it’s going to be your one big break.” — Alison Levine

“Don’t rely on somebody else to do the homework, do it yourself.” — Alison Levine

“Storms are temporary. When you feel like you’re in the middle of a storm, keep your bearings and realize at some point the clouds will go away and it’ll look a lot better.” — Alison Levine

 

Mentioned in this episode:

On the Edge: Leadership Lessons from Mount Everest and Other Extreme Environments by Alison Levine

Climb High Foundation

The Glass Ceiling documentary about Pasang Lhamu Sherpa, the first Nepalese woman to climb Mt. Everest

 

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“If you want to be successful, you do whatever it takes.” — Gino Blefari

From serving burgers to serving as CEO of Warren Buffett’s real estate franchise – which includes Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Real Living and Prudential – Gino Blefari’s story demonstrates his life-long commitment to personal development.

In this episode of “Takeover Tuesday” with Buffini & Company CEO, Dermot Buffini, Gino shares his journey to success. He reveals how he first became interested in real estate, the role Zig Ziglar played in helping him sell his first house, why he always takes his MEDS (meditation, exercise, diet and sleep) everyday, and the motivational words of wisdom that have shaped his career.

You’ll learn why habits are important to success, why it’s important to make time for personal development and the seven principles of success. By the end of this episode, you’ll be inspired to create a routine that will help you succeed.

 

Inspirational quotes from today’s podcast:

“When you see your chance, take it.” — Steve Winwood

“I help people achieve their goals faster than they would in my absence.” — Gino Blefari

“Talent plus systems equal ‘unstoppable’.” — Bill Walsh

“I will live today as all good actors do when they are on stage: only in the moment. I cannot perform at my best today by regretting my previous act’s mistakes or worrying about the scene to come.” — Og Mandino

“If you want to be successful, you do whatever it takes.” — Gino Blefari

“Most people never achieve their goals because they never look at them.” — Gino Blefari

“You gotta want it more than anything or anyone.” — Gino Blefari

“Work harder on yourself than you do in your job.” — Jim Rohn

 

Mentioned in this episode:

Tom Hopkins: How to Master the Art of Selling

Og Mandino: The Greatest Salesman in the World, Mission: Success!

Rudyard Kipling: If

Norman Vincent Peele: The Power of Positive Thinking: (The success formula)

Napoleon Hill: Think and Grow Rich (The Self Confidence Formula)

Shawn Achor: The Happiness Advantage

 

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“When your values are clear, your decisions are easy.” — Brian Buffini

Many of us set goals we think will make us happy or successful, but once we achieve them we still feel lacking. In this episode, Brian Buffini explores this issue and explains why it happens: all too often our values and beliefs don’t align with our actions.

Using inspirational quotes and stories, you’ll learn how to define your priorities and principles and start a course that supports your values, needs, beliefs and wants. By the end of the episode, you’ll understand what matters the most to you and how to incorporate it into all areas of your life, including your business.

 

Inspirational quotes from today’s podcast:

“You go to work on your goals and your goals go to work on you.” — Jim Rohn

“When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on.” — Thomas Jefferson

“Never trust a man without scars.” — Unknown

“’These are my priorities’ becomes ‘This is what I prioritize.’” — Brian Buffini

“The key is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule but to schedule your priorities.” — Stephen Covey

“You have to be so committed to your values that other people’s judgment won’t affect them.” — Brian Buffini

“When you live by your values, you’re willing to fight the good fight.” — Brian Buffini

“When your values are clear, your decisions are easy.” — Brian Buffini

“When you know what you want, and you want it bad enough, you’ll find a way to get it.” — Jim Rohn

“With the change of seasons in your life, what you want is going to change.” — Brian Buffini

“You can have everything in life you want if you will just help enough people get what they want.” — Zig Ziglar

“It’s not an issue of wants versus needs. It’s an issue of wants versus priorities.” — Brian Buffini

“In matters of style, swim with the current. In matters of principle, stand like a rock.” — Thomas Jefferson

“We are what we believe we are.” — C.S. Lewis

“You are what you believe yourself to be.” — Paulo Coelho

“Give yourself the grace of the season you’re in.” — Brian Buffini

“I live the good life, not the perfect life.” — Brian Buffini

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” — Benjamin Franklin

“The solution for productivity is training, systems and motivation.” — Warren Buffett

“It’s your skills that pay the bills.” — Joe Niego

“Whatever is written down gets done.” — Brian Buffini

 

Mentioned in this episode:

The 12 Week Year by Brian Moran

Kenny Chesney, The Good Stuff

 

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“We’re finding the best in ourselves and making it true.” — Shad Helmstetter

Much of what we believe is programmed into us when we’re young – and then it shows up in the things we say to ourselves. Statements like “I’m always late,” or “I just can’t lose weight,” or “It’s my first year in the business; I can’t achieve success,” stem from these beliefs, which aren’t often the truth.

 

In this episode, Brian Buffini shares one of his favorite interviews from the past – with Shad Helmstetter, Ph.D., author of What to Say When You Talk to Yourself. Dr. Helmstetter reveals his research findings and offers tips to help us turn negative self-talk into positive affirmations.

 

You’ll learn about the five levels of self-talk, why the small decisions we make each day are determined by our automatic programming, and how not to absorb other people’s negative programming. By the end of this episode, you’ll have the tools you need to reprogram your self-talk.

 

Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“What we type into our keyboard will have an effect on our lives.” — Shad Helmstetter

“The difference between one who succeeds in life and one who doesn’t is the person who succeeds somehow gets control of his or her programming and the other person doesn’t.” — Shad Helmstetter

“Most of the choices we make today will be made by the programs that are on automatic playback.” — Shad Helmstetter

“The small choices are the most important ones you’ll ever make.” — Shad Helmstetter

“Anyone who gets the right new messages will build new highways.” — Shad Helmstetter

“People change their opinions by changing their program.” — Shad Helmstetter

“Keep in mind that everything everyone says is an opinion based on their programs.” — Shad Helmstetter

“We’re finding the best in ourselves and making it true.” — Shad Helmstetter

“In order to know where the self-talk ought to take me, I need to have goals.” — Shad Helmstetter

“Do something now.” — Shad Helmstetter

 

Mentioned in this episode:

What to Say When You Talk to Yourself by Shad Helmstetter

 

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“Build on small successes. Success breeds success.” — Dave Liniger

It’s been said that Dave Liniger is the greatest franchisor since Ray Kroc. Founder and CEO of RE/MAX – the world’s most successful real estate company – and member of the International Franchise Hall of Fame, Dave gives a rare behind-the-scenes interview to Dermot Buffini, CEO of Buffini & Company.

 

In this episode, Dave Liniger shares his journey from small-town Marion, Indiana, to leading a hugely successful real estate franchise. He delves into why it’s important to shake things up, the critical role of a coach or mentor, and why it’s vital to create a work-life balance while striving for success.

 

You’ll also learn the three books that strongly influenced Dave’s life, why a brokerage is not a family, and how getting involved in hobbies outside of work can help you in your business. If you want to succeed, listen to this episode to learn from the best.

 

Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“I found a vision of what I wanted, and I wanted to excel.” — Dave Liniger

“Courage comes from confidence and confidence comes from experiences and experiences are both good and bad.” — Dave Liniger

“I had a career where people wanted what I was selling.” — Dave Liniger

“Those who were determined found a way to make it work.” — Dave Liniger

“A lot of times, success is harder to live with than failure.” — Dave Liniger

“It’s nice finding partners and employees who complement the skills you have.” — Dave Liniger

“Success is a certainly a journey. You can learn from your mistakes.” — Dave Liniger

“If you’re going to work 18 hours a day, you end up a failure.” — Dave Liniger

“It was a continuing refreshing in my mind of not doing the same thing day after day.” — Dave Liniger

“If you do nothing but work, you’re not fresh, you’re not excited and you’re not exciting to be around.” — Dave Liniger

“Each one of those things made me manage my time better at RE/MAX because I had to manage my time outside in addition to my free time.” — Dave Liniger

“I’m enthusiastic to come into the office every day.” — Dave Liniger

“Build on small successes. Success breeds success.” — Dave Liniger

“The team you start with is never going to be the team you end with.” — Dave Liniger

“RE/MAX is not a family. A family tolerates people who aren’t pulling their weight. With a team, you win together.” — Dave Liniger

“Everybody has the same 24 hours a day. You have to prioritize what’s important to you.” — Dave Liniger

 

Mentioned in this episode:

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

How I Turned $1,000 into a Million in Real Estate in My Spare Time by William Nickerson

Success Principles by Jack Canfield

 

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“Why be good when great is available?” — Justin Forsett

Denver Bronco Justin Forsett grew up as a pastor’s son in a small town in Florida, where he dreamed of playing professional football. However, due to his small stature, many recruiters and coaches overlooked him throughout his career. In this episode, Justin shares his story, from the lessons he learned from his father growing up to the sacrifice his parents made to give him and his brothers a better life and more opportunities for success. He explains the role of self-reflection in developing your strengths, why vulnerability is essential to growth and how serving others can bring out the best in you and give you freedom. At the end of this episode, you’ll be inspired to face your challenges and be great.

 

Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“Not a lot of people make it out to accomplish their dreams and goals.” — Justin Forsett

”[My dad] taught me early on what hard work looks like.” — Justin Forsett

“It’s a sacrifice that they made so that their kids could have a better future and do things that they were never able to do.” — Justin Forsett

“Being a pro is something I could attain if I had faith in it and put work into it. I was going to do whatever it took.” — Justin Forsett

“Sometimes it takes only one person to believe in you.” — Justin Forsett

“Excel in what you can control.” — Justin Forsett

“Without being vulnerable, you can’t grow.” — Justin Forsett

“My identity had become my work. How I felt and my emotions were dependent on how I was performing on the field.” — Justin Forsett

“I didn’t need my job for me to have significance. My significance didn’t depend on how well I perform at my job. My significance is about me and who God created me to be.” — Justin Forsett

“Football is what I do; it’s not who I am.” — Justin Forsett

“I learned that had to surrender. I had to let go.” — Justin Forsett

“Serving can do so much for other people, but it also helps you.” — Justin Forsett

“If you live for people’s acceptance, you’ll die from their rejection.” — Lecrae

“Be you. Be great.” — Justin Forsett

“Enjoy the journey and process. If you embrace it, and if you excel at what you can control and build a great team and serve, the sky is the limit.” — Justin Forsett

 

Mentioned in this episode:

Training Camp: What the Best Do Better Than Everyone Else by Jon Gordon

 

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“I have found that if you love life, life will love you back.” — Arthur Rubinstein

Valentine’s Day is the holiday of love. In honor of the meaning of the day, Brian Buffini offers timeless tips to help you love the life you live. Many of us become so caught up in the daily grind that we lose perspective and don’t become engaged in our lives or the present. In this episode, Brian delves into the meanings of love and life and outlines three tips to help people gain perspective, re-engage with their lives and savor the present. You’ll learn how to maintain perspective in changing times and be present in your daily life. You work hard to create the life you want; this episode will inspire you to love and enjoy it.

 

Inspirational quotes from today’s podcast:

“Love the life you live and live the life you love.” — Bob Marley

“In the recent years, I’ve come to love my life more than I ever have in my entire life.” — Brian Buffini

“How to love your life is your own responsibility.” — Brian Buffini

“If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” — Wayne Dyer

“Everywhere you go, be there.” — Brian Buffini

“The greatest gift you can give another human being is your full attention.” — Brian Buffini

“If it’s worthy of my time, it’s worthy of my total attention.” — Brian Buffini

“You can’t change the past and you can’t control the future. All we have is the present.” — Brian Buffini

“When people feel out of control, they get out of control.” — Brian Buffini

“Today me will live in the moment, unless it’s unpleasant. In which case, me will eat a cookie.” — Cookie Monster

“Focus on your quality of lifestyle.” — Brian Buffini

“Drink life to every last drop.” — Brian Buffini

“Life is as simple as we want to make it.” — Brian Buffini

“Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift, that’s why we call it the present.” — Babatunde Olatunji

 

Mentioned in this episode:

How the Irish Saved Civilization by Thomas Cahill

The Power of Full Engagement by Tony Schwartz

Who Moved My Cheese by Spencer Johnson

The Precious Present by Spencer Johnson

 

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“Investing should be more like watching paint dry or watching grass grow. If you want excitement, take $800 and go to Vegas.” — Paul Samuelson

Many people dream of becoming millionaires, but aren’t sure how to build their fortunes. In this episode, Brian shares what he’s learned on his journey to becoming a millionaire, including the one decision he made when he set out to increase his wealth.

 

You’ll learn why patience pays off, get five tips to help you get started on your journey to becoming a millionaire and receive timeless information that will help you invest in real estate, stocks and bonds, or other investments. Start building your fortune today by listening to this episode.

 

Inspirational quotes from today’s podcast:

“Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it…he who doesn’t, pays it.” — Albert Einstein

“A poor person in America is considered rich by world standards.” — Brian Buffini

“We’re spending money we don’t have on things we don’t need to impress people we don’t know.” — Brian Buffini

“Wall Street is the only place people ride to in a Rolls Royce to get advice from those who take the subway.” — Warren Buffett

“Know what you own and know why you own it.” — Peter Lynch

“Never stop investing. Never stop improving. Never stop doing something new.” — Bob Parsons

“When you focus on one, you can get the other.” — Brian Buffini

“Don’t wait to buy real estate, buy real estate and wait.” — Will Rogers

“Real estate cannot be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away. Purchased with common sense, paid for in full and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the world.” — Franklin D. Roosevelt

“Ninety percent of all millionaires become so from owning real estate. More money has been made in real estate than in all industrial investments combined.” — Andrew Carnegie

“Buy land, they’re not making it anymore.” — Mark Twain

“The best type of real estate in the world is owned free and clear.” — Brian Buffini

“If a man empties his purse into his head, no one can take it from him.” — Benjamin Franklin

“You can’t do a good deal with a bad person.” — Warren Buffett

“You’re only as good as the people you do business with.” — Brian Buffini

“Entrepreneurship is living a few years of your life like most people won’t, so that you can spend the rest of your life like most people can’t.” — Anonymous

 

Mentioned in this episode:

What Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash Flow by Frank Gallinelli

 

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“I refuse to go about any day other than all in.” — Diana Nyad

Although she had a successful broadcasting career, Diana Nyad is best known for her multiple attempts to swim from Cuba to Florida, finally achieving her goal at the age of 64. In this episode, recorded at the MasterMind Summit, Diana Nyad weaves a motivational tale of achieving success after multiple failures. She shares her journey as a small child who dreamed of being a champion to the heartbreak of losing her first race to the existential crisis the led to her attempting the 111-mile swim from Cuba to Florida at the age of 60. Diana’s gift for storytelling places you in the middle of the action of each attempt and is sure to inspire you to reconnect with your goals by the end of the hour.

 

Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“I am a fanatic. That’s how people get ahead in life because they’re fanatics.” — Diana Nyad

“There’s a beautiful star, it’s your dream, it’s in your soul and it inspires you so much even though it may be unreachable, untouchable, impossible. You dig down with all that’s in you, month by month and year by year, with focus and with discipline and one day, you may not actually touch that star of yours but by then you’re up in the heavens playing in rarified air.” — Diana Nyad

“I couldn’t have done it a fingernail faster.” — Diana Nyad

“Every day in my life, no matter what I do, succeed or not, do everything I do, not a fingernail better.” — Diana Nyad

“I loved coming to the other shore and being a person who just didn’t quit.” — Diana Nyad

“It was will alone that helped me swim another 18 hours.” — Diana Nyad

“I was always chasing after other people who were chasing their dreams.” — Diana Nyad

“It’s not about making it; it’s about not giving up on it.” — Diana Nyad

“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.” — Henry David Thoreau

 

Mentioned in this episode:

EverWalk; Diana Nyad’s walk across America to inspire people to get out from behind the screen and get moving.

 

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“Come back to your priorities and you can find true north again.” — Brian Buffini

If you want to achieve your goals, you need a coach. In this episode, Brian Buffini argues our fast-paced, complicated lives require coaching in order to prepare for the challenges we face daily. He outlines the differences between coaching and mentoring and defines the hallmarks of a great coach. Supported by the inspirational words of today’s best coaches, Brian explains the three essentials of creating a healthy coaching dynamic to help you boost your performance and success in all areas of your life and business.

 

Inspirational quotes from today’s podcast:

“We’re ill-prepared for the challenges of today’s market, today’s business and today’s life and that’s why everybody needs a coach.” — Brian Buffini

“Attitude is a choice. What you think you can do, whether positive or negative, confident or scared, will most likely happen.” — Pat Summit

“Motivation is simple: you simply eliminate those who are not motivated.” — Lou Holtz

“A great coach is someone who can give correction without causing resentment.” — John Wooden

“Motivation alone isn’t enough. If you have an idiot and you motivate him, now you just have a motivated idiot.” —Jim Rohn

“Tools are not as important as the skill behind the tradesman.” — Brian Buffini

“Do not wait, the time will never be just right. Start where you stand and work with whatever tools you may have at your command. Better tools will be found as you go along.” — Napoleon Hill

“The key is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities.” — Stephen Covey

“A coach is a powerful thing because they reinforce the principles that the mentors help to shape then they support the tactics to do that.” — Brian Buffini

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” — Aristotle

“Accountability breeds responsibility.” — Steven Covey

“Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much.” — Helen Keller

“Peak performance begins with taking responsibility for your life and everything that happens to you.” — Brian Tracy

 

Mentioned in this episode:

The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg

 

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