The quality of our life is directly proportional to the quality of our perspective. Josh shares why he believes anything is possible along with how our perspective of fear will determine the outcomes we experience. houseofclassiccuts.com
Our perspective influences what we think, say and do. The more trust we build within ourselves, the more effectively we will maintain a positive perspective as we take action on the things we feel we should. Here is how taking some time off helped Raymond adjust his perspective on his current work situation.
This episode share my responses to the questions I was asked on the Purpessence Podcast hosted by Bryan Dusseau. Reflecting is one of the ways we are able to communicate with ourselves. The more effectively we are able to communicate with ourselves, the more effectively we will be able to communicate with everyone else!
Are you aware that what you think, say and do matters? Our guest, Lex Griffin, shares with us the importance of taking ownership for what we think, say and do and how this will help us more effectively make a positive impact on the world around us!
How do you maintain a POSITIVE perspective on your life?
Our guest, Steve Christopher, shares how adopting a positive mindset helped him redefine his value as he transitioned from being an elite athlete to ending his career and deciding to use his passion to positively impact generations of athletes to come.
How much do you VALUE yourself?
Our guest, Michaela Duerson, shares how increasing her self-awareness by becoming more emotionally intelligent has helped her create a more positive perspective surrounding her self worth.
As 2018 comes to a close now is a perfect time to reflect on the year! Raymond will talk about some of the things he chooses to leave in 2018 along with some of the valuable lessons he’s learned that will stay with him for a lifetime.
Have you ever felt overwhelmed and overworked? Our guest, Timothy Williams, shares how his experiences as a rapper, pastor, and father have taught him the importance of resting. He also shares the most important life lesson he has experienced that now helps him be more present.
Have you ever felt as if you were just going through the motions in life? Our guest, Alexa Chanelle, shares the importance of living with intention and how doing so has positively impacted her life. She also shares some valuable tips on how to build a relationship with our inner selves through prayer/meditation.
Have you ever felt as if you don't have a choice? Our first guest, Nick Achille, shares a piece of his life journey that helped teach him the importance of remembering that every decision we make is ultimately our CHOICE.
Raymond shares a clip from a conversation he had with himself during the week he took a break from podcasting. He shows some appreciation for his favorite artist (Big Sean), who he feels music has inspired him in a positive way. He then finishes with the 3 step technique he uses to "check in" with himself.
Raymond comes back from his week off with a fresh perspective on where he was this time last year. With that, he shares some of his struggles and is able to come up with some ways to better maneuver through them.
Raymond pulls a clip from a recording he made back in March entiltled "Why People Kill Themselves". He reflects on his stuggles and shares some of the things he did to find balance in his mental and emotional health.
Raymond notices growth in his mentality as he reads through 1 John 4:1. He also gets back in the gym and shares one of his special workouts with Instagram. The more changes he makes, the more he grows.
Raymond shares a thought he had while driving to his parents place from ABY Wellness yesterday. Even though this was only a day ago, he is able to learn a valuable lesson about the power of his mind and how he can be his best self moving forward.
Raymond understands that he needs to make some adjustments in his life in order to find his balance. He captures another personal progress picture to share on his Instagram. He recognizes some growth but in a way he wasn't necessarily expecting.
Raymond and his brother are back in the gym recording! He also takes a trip for the 4th of July. Within a span of 2 days he experiences a highlight and lowlight of his summer... wonder how he's going to handle this one!
Raymond has created segment dedicated to live journaling. We know when he journals, he never ends where he starts so this should be interesting! Today he is starting with his depiction of SundayFunday, let’s see where he ends up!
Raymond is celebrating his 24th birthday with a workout video and bottle service. He hopes to plant a seed to breathe new life into his past relationship but the opportunity doesn't present itself the way he imagines.
Raymond dives deeper into his emotions through the music he chose to share in his Beard Videos. He contiues to lean on what he knows (primarily his family) in times of his emotional uncertainty. He has a lot of learning to do!
Raymond is continuing to push himself physically by creating new workout videos. He also gets in a routine of setting those Beard Video thirst traps. Bryson Tiller's album has him back in his feelings, he's not quite ready to let go of what he once had.
Raymond relfects on how a friendship blossomed from a simple question being asked in they gym. He also realizes that he had the desire to live a better life emotionally but his reality still needed some time to catch up.
Raymond is still mentally growing (confident... borderline cocky) and his physical success is being fueled by that mentality. Though at an emotional stalemate, his credit score is good (well at least for the moment).
Raymond is on the come up... well at least mentally and physically he is. He realizes that emotionally he’s more confused than ever! Good thing he has Twitter to vent those feelings or he might explode!