“If you want to get your power back, become more hopeful.”—Brian Buffini

We could all use more hope from time to time, especially when we’re in pursuit of our dreams. However, we often lose hope along the journey when we experience a setback or things just don’t go as planned. In this episode, Brian Buffini explains the concept of hope and then, using the characters from the Roald Dahl classic, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, outlines the common habits and characteristics that tend to hijack our dreams. You’ll learn what hope is and why it’s important, how to break the bad habits of greed, entitlement, impatience, impulsiveness and more, and how to find your golden ticket.

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Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“The nuclear power behind the white hat is hope.”—Brian Buffini

“My great failure with goals is that most things in life have been beyond everything I’ve ever set.”—Brian Buffini

“If you want to get your power back, become more hopeful.”—Brian Buffini

“Without the anticipation of better things ahead, we will have no heart for the journey.”—John Eldredge

“I would die on the hill of my conviction, than win on the hill of compromise.”—Brian Buffini

“Always take the high road. You may be stepped on, crunched or even heartbroken but at least you can look at yourself in the mirror every day and say I did the right thing and I’m not going to hate myself for it.”—Unknown

“We must be careful not to let our current appetites steal away any chance we might have for a future feast.” –Jim Rohn

“Bad habits are like a comfortable bed: easy to get into and hard to get out of.”—unknown

“Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need, but not every man’s greed.”—Gandhi

“We see entitlement all around us except in the mirror.”—Brian Buffini

“Service and gratitude will fuel your relationships; entitlement and expectation will poison it.”—Steve Maraboli

“If you are patient in one moment of anger you will escape 100 years of sorrow.”—Chinese proverb

“The ability to discipline yourself to delay gratification in the short term in order to enjoy greater rewards in the long term, is the indispensable prerequisite for success.”—Brian Tracy

“Getting distracted by trifles is the easiest thing in the world…Focus on your main duty.”—Epictetus

“The smaller your reality, the more convinced you are you know everything.”—Thomas Campbell

“If you are humble nothing will touch you, neither praise nor disgrace, because you know who you are.”—Mother Teresa

“Losing is a learning experience. It teaches you humility. It teaches you to work harder. It’s also a powerful motivator.”—Yogi Berra

“Jealousy is the tribute mediocrity pays to genius.”—Fulton Sheen

“He who is not a good servant would not be a good master.”—Plato

 

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“I’m 100% a fan of failure because at least if you’re failing, you’re trying.”—Scott Hamilton

In the age of participation trophies, competition is seen as a negative thing. Scott Hamilton, Olympic champion, broadcaster and best-selling author, strongly disagrees and feels that competition is essential to achieving lasting success. In this episode, Brian interviews Scott to discuss the importance of competition and Scott’s new book, “Finish First: Winning Changes Everything.” Scott explains why failure is essential to achieving success in life and business, how to break the pattern of losing and achieve your goals, and the key question to ask yourself that’ll lead you to your true purpose. He also offers motivation and encouragement to help you take that important first step after experiencing a setback or failure.

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Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“We live in a world of participation awards.”—Brian Buffini

“Pain is our greatest teacher.”—Scott Hamilton

“I’m 100% a fan of failure because at least if you’re failing, you’re trying.”—Scott Hamilton

“Competition is really important. It makes us better, it makes us hungrier and it really allows us to feel that satisfaction that at the end of the day, we’ve reached our goal.”—Scott Hamilton

“No one is ever going to step into something and be instantly fantastic.”—Scott Hamilton

“The true measure of success is longevity. How will you build and grow?”—Scott Hamilton

“Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.”—Winston Churchill

“Failure is an event, not a person.”—Zig Ziglar

“The only way to avoid criticism is to do nothing, say nothing, and be nothing.”—Aristotle

“If you’re not falling down, you’re not trying.”—Scott Hamilton

“First things first: get up.”—Scott Hamilton

“Nothing ever happens from quitting. Nothing ever happens from ‘no.’”—Scott Hamilton

“Make the best out of the situation. Everything in life is a decision.”—Scott Hamilton

 

Mentioned in the episode:

Finish First: Winning Changes Everything” by Scott Hamilton

“The Brian Buffini Show” – “Episode 070: A Star on Ice with Scott Hamilton

 

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“The one thing about real estate is if you hold it long enough, you will win.”—Brian Buffini

Are you among the 66% of Americans with a mortgage? Your home is a major source of wealth that allows you to build equity over time. A goal for many homeowners is to pay off their mortgage before the end of the amortization period; however, they may not know how to do it. In this episode, Brian Buffini breaks down the mortgage math and offers seven common-sense tips for paying off a mortgage much sooner—up to 11 years sooner in some cases! Paying off your mortgage not only allows you to own your home sooner, it also helps you save money in interest. You’ll learn how to harness the concept of compound interest to work in your favor, the pros and cons of paying off your mortgage early, and why you should fully fund your retirement and pay off your investment property before paying off your mortgage. If you have a mortgage, you won’t want to miss this episode.

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Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“The one thing about real estate is if you hold it long enough, you will win.”—Brian Buffini

“If you need a place to live, you may as well turn it into something that works for you.”—Brian Buffini

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

“Interest is not charged in a linear fashion”—Brian Buffini

“Banks are a great resource to help you get into a property, but the deck is stacked against you.”—Brian Buffini

“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.”—Chinese Proverb

 

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“Self-pity dissipates in direct proportion to how much you help others in need.”—Mitch Albom

Mitch Albom, author of six consecutive #1 New York Times bestsellers, brings his inspirational wisdom to episode #123 of “The Brian Buffini Show” to discuss his new book, “The Next Person You Meet in Heaven,” which is the sequel to his international bestseller, “The Five People You Meet in Heaven.”

The novel is told from the perspective of Annie, the girl who was saved by Eddie (the protagonist of the first novel), as she explores her life 15 years later. Like the first novel, “The Next Person You Meet in Heaven,” builds upon the theme that you have an impact on everyone you meet.

In this episode, Brian and Mitch discuss why mistakes are a matter of perspective, why we tend to focus on the scar instead of the healing process, and how service to others can help you reach beyond self-pity. Mitch also discusses his work in Haiti, the impact his adopted daughter had during her brief life, and the Charity Book Launch on October 14 in Detroit.

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Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“People go through life and think, ‘I’ve made one mistake after another,’ but truth is many of those things weren’t really mistakes. We lose the big picture.”—Brian Buffini

“It’s all in how you look at your missteps. Rather than seeing a door close, if you consider ‘something else opened for me,’ it’s a whole different view.”—Mitch Albom

“We embrace our scars more than our healing.”—Mitch Albom

“No one remembers the ‘day it got better.’ People mark the day they were afflicted with something, but they never mark the day things got better.”—Mitch Albom

“Once you realize the need that is in the world, you stop feeling sorry for yourself.”—Mitch Albom

“Self-pity dissipates in direct proportion to how much you help others in need.”—Mitch Albom

“Fairness does not govern life and death.”—Mitch Albom

“Love doesn’t ever go away; it just takes a different form.”—Mitch Albom

“There’s no such thing as a life that doesn’t impact somebody else.”—Mitch Albom

“Life is a series of occurrences from which we learn.”—Mitch Albom

 

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Charity Book Launch October 14 in Detroit

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“Growing means you’re leaving the comfort zone.” – Mel Robbins

According to best-selling author, Mel Robbins, she’s been figuring out what her next move is her entire adult life. Although she started her career in the legal field, she relied on her gut instinct to transition to careers in other fields, including coaching and media. However, it wasn’t until she combined all the things that energized her that she found her true purpose.

In this episode, Buffini & Company Master Trainer, J’aime Nowak, interviews Mel to learn more about her journey, from her childhood in Michigan to the lessons she’s learned throughout her career. You’ll learn about the “Energy Gauge” and the two questions you should ask when facing any kind of decision; how a “body audit” can help you gain clarity; and why counting backward from five can help you move past hesitation and spring into action.

During the conversation, Mel also offers her best tips and insight to help you tune into yourself and find what truly energizes you.

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Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“If you have parents who constructively argue over things and then resolve it, you have 10 times more likelihood to have a successful and happy marriage in your own life.”—Mel Robbins

“It was a moment in my life when I started lying and hiding information and I started being worried about disappointing people.”—Mel Robbins

“It’s only in owning the good and bad things that you can turn the page and use them rather than being used by them.”—Mel Robbins

“The most powerful thing you can do is own what has happened to you.”—Mel Robbins

“I’ve been exploring and figuring out my next move for my entire adult life.”—Mel Robbins

“Your body tells you whether you’re in the right job, the right situation in terms of where you live, the right romantic relationship, the right working relationship.”—Mel Robbins

“Your inner wisdom is always with you and always guiding you. The question is do you have the clarity to hear it and the courage to follow it?”—Mel Robbins

“If you’re facing a decision that requires you to do something outside of your comfort zone or requires you to change, your mind will talk you out of it in five seconds.”—Mel Robbins

“Growing means you’re leaving the comfort zone.”—Mel Robbins

 

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“Intentional living means making choices in your life based on your greatest values, not the habits of others.”—Brian Buffini

A recent Harris Poll revealed that only 31 percent of Americans consider themselves “happy.” Those who report they’re “happy” run counter to the cultural norms of our day.

In this episode, Brian Buffini outlines how to live a counter-culture lifestyle; that is, living in a positive and intentional way. At a time when it’s all too easy to get sucked into the negativity—whether it’s the 24-hour news cycle, the places we socialize or the people we socialize with—Brian offers tips to break free from status quo and experience the true freedom of living the good life. You’ll learn the three biggest dangers of our current societal norms, three strategies to avoid the pull of negativity and how living a counter-culture lifestyle can help in all areas of your life.

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Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“Show me your friends and I’ll tell you who you are. Don’t follow the crowd, they don’t know where they’re going.”—Therese Buffini

“The ladder of success is never crowded at the top.”—Napoleon Hill

“Most people live lives of quiet desperation.”—Henry David Thoreau

“Don’t be afraid of being different; be afraid of being the same as everyone else.”—Anonymous

“We must all wage an intense, lifelong battle against the constant downward pull. If we relax, the bugs and weeds will move into the garden and take away everything of value.”—Jim Rohn

“The reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our behind-the-scenes with everyone else’s highlight reel.”—Steven Furtick

“Don’t conform to this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” –Romans 12:2

“Intentional living means making choices in your life based on your greatest values, not the habits of others.”—Brian Buffini

“Stay away from negative people. They have a problem for every solution.”—Albert Einstein

“The world is bold in what it believes.”—Brian Buffini

“Just being myself is good enough to be great.”—Brian Buffini

“The more I’ve worked on myself, the more attractive I’ve become in the marketplace and the more I attract people who are like-minded.”—Brian Buffini

 

Mentioned in the episode

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

 

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“If you want your business big, make your focus small.”—Brian Buffini

It’s so easy to overlook “diamonds” right at our feet, whether it be an opportunity or unique gifting. Truth is, there are diamonds everywhere, we just need to know how to uncover them. How? Through continuous personal growth.

In this episode, recorded live at Brian Buffini’s Success Tour™, Brian offers tips and advice from the legends of personal development to motivate and inspire you to let your inner diamond shine.

He outlines the five biggest detours to becoming a diamond and offers several tips to help you increase your value. Additionally, he offers in-depth advice to help you define and achieve 10-day, 10-month and 5-year goals.

Throughout the episode, Brian mentions several personal development legends and their seminal work to add to your personal library. By the end of the episode, you’ll have the tools you need to bring out your best.

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Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“God doesn’t make any junk. Man is made in the image of God.”—Brian Buffini

“Motivation alone is not enough. If you have an idiot and you motivate him, you have a motivated idiot.”—Jim Rohn

“If you have a clear goal and a plan to achieve it, your focus is fixed on a set course of action. Instead of becoming sidetracked by distractions and diversions, your time is focused on a straight line from start to finish.”—Brian Tracy

“Human beings don’t do well in isolation.”—Brian Buffini

“Some people drive you nuts, but some people raise you up.”—Brian Buffini

“There’s a difference between solitude and isolation. One is connected and one isn’t. Solitude replenishes, isolation diminishes.”—Henry Cloud

“To be in hell is to drift. To be in heaven is to steer.”—George Bernard Shaw

“We’re surrounded by information, but we’re starving for wisdom. Wisdom is the number one way that diamonds are made.”—Brian Buffini

“I don’t focus on what I’m up against, I focus on my goals and I try to ignore the rest.”—Venus Williams

“Ask for help not because you are weak but because you want to remain strong.”—Les Brown

“If you’re feeling stuck, a 10-day goal is a gift.”—Brian Buffini

“Most people will overestimate what they can accomplish in a year, but underestimate what they can do in five years.”—Brian Buffini

“There’s no downside to you becoming better.”—Brian Buffini

“The more you serve, the more you’ll have to grow.”—Brian Buffini

“Not all growth is pleasant, but all growth is beneficial.”—Brian Buffini

“Want your business big, make your focus small.”—Brian Buffini

 

Mentioned in the episode:

Acres of Diamonds by Russell Conwell

The Richest Man in Babylon by George Clason

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Wake up and Live by Dorothea Brande

The Strangest Secret by Earl Nightingale

The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino

Flow: The Psychology of the Optimal Experience by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

“The Brian Buffini Show” – “Episode 061: The Strangest Secret – by Earl Nightingale

 

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“We can all learn how to be more honoring.”—Miles McPherson

 Miles McPherson is used to performing in front of large audiences, first as a defensive back for the San Diego Chargers and now as pastor of the Rock Church. The path from football player to religious leader and influencer wasn’t an easy one; however, it’s one he openly shares with his congregation each week.

In this episode, Brian interviews Miles about his journey. Miles reveals how his determination to play football led him to the Chargers after being cut from the Rams; how the admiration he had for two of his teammates caused him to give up drugs and recommit to God and his girlfriend (now wife); and how he came to build the Rock Church in San Diego.

He also discusses his new book, “The Third Option: Hope for a Racially Divided Nation,” which delves into the concept of race and honor. You’ll learn why it’s important to honor those who are different from you, how one can be racially offensive but not be racist, and three tips for bringing more respect to all of your relationships. Click here to learn more about Miles’ Race for Unity on September 15.

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Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“I knew the Gospel and I knew about God but I knew there was something they had that I didn’t have. They had an inner peace that I wanted.”—Miles McPherson

“When I would meet somebody, God would give me the sermon on how to love that person and encourage that person.”—Miles McPherson

“The secret sauce is being ‘real’.”—Miles McPherson

“I’m just a guy who’s trying to make it myself. I gotta bend my knee every day.”—Miles McPherson

“We’re trying to bring hope to every person we can, bringing them love where they’re at.”—Miles McPherson

“If you’re faithful with the little things, God will trust you with the big things.”—Miles McPherson

“It’s not what I can get; it’s what I can give them.”—Miles McPherson

“Keep the focus on the people, not the check.”—Miles McPherson

“You can be racially offensive and not be a racist.”—Miles McPherson

“We all can learn how to be more honoring.”—Miles McPherson

 

Mentioned in the episode:

How to Read a Book by Mortimer Adler

 

Connect with Miles McPherson

Race for Unity – September 15, 2018

Book: The Third Option

Website: Milesmcpherson.com

Rock Church: SDRock.com

 

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“Serve where you are with what you have.”—Brian Buffini

Service and purpose are interrelated. In the last episode, Brian Buffini shared tips to help you find your purpose. In this episode, recorded at MasterMind Summit® in San Diego, Brian further delves into the concept of purpose and shares its connection to service. At the end of the day, our ultimate purpose—no matter who we are and what we have—is to serve one another. However, to do so, we have to go against our selfish nature and turn the light to others. He shares five tips for serving one another, how growth helps us serve others better, and the three questions that’ll help you further refine your purpose. By the end of the episode, you’ll have more clarity on your purpose and how you can use it to serve others.

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Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“As you pursue your purpose, it’ll become clear.”—Brian Buffini

“Refining your purpose is like working on our budget; it needs a little adjustment all the time, but it’s what keeps you on the rails.”—Brian Buffini

“It’s hard to work on yourself and grow.”—Brian Buffini

“Our purpose is to serve.”—Brian Buffini

“I’ve never met a happy self-centered person.”—Zig Ziglar

“The purpose of human life is to serve and to show compassion and the will to help others.”—Albert Schweitzer

“Serve where you are with what you have.”—Brian Buffini

“Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.”—Muhammad Ali

“If you live your life as if everything is about you, you’ll be left with just that. Just you.”—Unknown

“A self-indulgent man craves for all pleasant things….and is led by his appetite to choose these at the cost of everything else.”—Aristotle

“We’re in the service business.”—Brian Buffini

“It’s the smallest things that mean the most to people.”—Brian Buffini

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

“Joy is a sign of generosity. When you are full of joy, you move faster and you want to go about doing good to everyone.”—Mother Teresa

“Generosity has nothing to do with how much you have.”—Brian Buffini

“Generosity is what keeps the things we own from owning us.”—Eugene Cho

“We have to grow so we can serve.”—Brian Buffini

“Success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.”—Jack Welch

“The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.”—Pablo Picasso

“Being a role model is the most powerful form of education.”—John Wooden

 

Mentioned in the episode:

The Purpose Driven Life: What on Earth Am I Here For? By Rick Warren

“The Brian Buffini Show” – “Episode 113: The Power of One Question – an interview with Ken Coleman

 

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“Don’t just do your job; do your purpose while on the job.”—Brian Buffini

Have you ever asked the question, “What is my purpose?” It’s clear we’re on this planet for a reason; the challenge is to discover that reason and dedicate our lives to pursuing it with passion.

In this episode, recorded live at MasterMind Summit®, Brian Buffini explores the concept of “purpose” and shares not only the benefits of knowing your purpose, but also outlines where to find it if you’re struggling to define what your purpose is.

You’ll learn the five symptoms of living with a hidden purpose, how to tell if you’re living an on-purpose life, the five areas to find your purpose and the connection between your purpose and your passion.

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Inspirational quotes from today’s interview:

“It’s hard to rise up when you’re being pulled down.”—Brian Buffini

“I believe I’m here for a reason. My purpose is greater than my challenges.”—Jon Gordon

“You will never find a truly happy self-centered person.”—Zig Ziglar

“Sometimes disappointment is the gift you’re given to develop.”—Brian Buffini

“The only way to avoid criticism is to do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.”—Aristotle

“Your emptiness is but the preparation for your being filled, and your casting down is but the making ready for your lifting up.”—Charles H. Spurgeon

“Successful people are always looking for opportunities to help others. Unsuccessful people are always asking, ‘What’s in it for me?’”—Brian Tracy

“Where focus goes, energy flows.”—Tony Robbins

“When you’re not attached to praise or criticism, an interesting freedom is yours.”—Kute Blackson

“The best way to predict the future is to create it.”—Peter Drucker

“Happiness springs from doing good and helping others.”—Plato

“The two most important days of your life are the day you’re born and the day you find out why.”—Mark Twain

“Others will find healing in your wounds.”—Rick Warren

“Don’t just do your job; do your purpose while on the job.”—Brian Buffini

“Go out into the world and find work that you love and work hard to make a difference.”—Morris Greenberg

“Believe in yourself! Have faith in your abilities! Without a humble but reasonable confidence in your own powers you cannot be successful or happy.”—Norman Vincent Peale

“Do one thing that scares you every day.”—Eleanor Roosevelt

“Being honest may not get you a lot of friends, but it’ll always get you the right ones.”—John Lennon

“Your energy is contagious. Either you affect people or you infect people.”—Unknow

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

“When we’re an on-purpose person, it affects everyone around us. The by-product is we get to pursue our dreams.”—Brian Buffini

 

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