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Join me Kevin Miller as I interview entrepreneurs, business owners and experts who share their stories and insight on how to be successful in business. Listen and learn as we have fun discussing their business journey from start up's to multi million dollar enterprise. I enjoy learning from the many high profile guests I have been fortunate enough to interview and I hope you do too. As a successful business owner and entrepreneur, I believe that we never stop learning. ' Every day is a schoo ...
 
The Ziglar Show is about professional development for those working for something bigger than themselves. Join host Kevin Miller and renowned guests as they discuss business, sales, professional performance, faith, and the Zig Ziglar legacy of, “You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help enough other people get what they want.” | 51 million downloads along with Kevin Miller's "True Life" (health & wellness) and "Motive" (personal development) podcasts.
 
Welcome to the Truth Junkie Podcast! I’m your host Kevin Bates. Join me as we journey together in search of the truth on topics you and I find most interesting, like spirituality, psychology, meaning, death... even paranormal stuff like synchronicities and precognitive dreaming. Let’s see if we can deepen our understanding of the truth of who we are and what’s going on. Together we’ll blast through the bullshit and get to the heart of the matter on topics that matter most.
 
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Selling his house to fund Perth's Internet Startup in 2017 and then building towers to deliver faster internet to WA, Stephen Cornish shares his start up journey. Listen in as we chat business, scaling the organization and his motivation behind taking the punt and ' Fixing the internet' With a recent ASX valuation of the business at $66 Million, th…
 
During this time of pandemic I wanted to know where people were literally spending their hard earned dollars toward business growth. I asked the audience, “What have you spent money on to learn about business or grow your business in the last 24 months? Books, Courses, Seminars/Conferences, Coaching/Consulting, or anything else. There were many tes…
 
In today’s episode I interviewed Ruthi Hanchett. She has been a leader in the field of human rights for over 10 years, focusing on child rights, human trafficking, and gender equality. While working for World Vision International, she represented the organization to global political leaders including the UN Human Rights Council. She helps children …
 
A working mom with two kids and writing a book. She hit burnout and needed a breakthrough. I'm back with Erica Dhawan who was with me in episode 883 to talk about digital body language, the title of her new book. She decided she wanted to be someone who woke up excited, so she made a new plan for her life. She changed her daily habits to allow for …
 
“When you sit down in the morning to your work and feel a bit lacking, what do you do? Do you just push forward and slog it out or do you work on motivating yourself?” This is the question I posed to the Ziglar audience. Zig Ziglar was the Grandfather of motivation and in this show I play a three minute clip which includes his classic quote, “Peopl…
 
In today’s episode I interview Ellen Shiro who is a counseling psychologist and marriage and family therapist. She has been using the model of Nonviolent Communication, known as “NVC” and developed by Dr. Marshall Rosenberg, in her practice for over 25 years to help individuals, couples, and families. Ellen focuses on how to translate language of j…
 
I have a wake up call for you. It sure woke me up. We all have a digital personality and we don’t realize it. We look at text, email, and even video such as zoom as communication tools. But as Erica Dhawan tells us in this episode, over 70% of our business communication is electronic instead of face to face. So 70% of our relationships are formed d…
 
Have you ever heard this? “The hard work of positive thinking.” Zig Ziglar was the royal king of positive thinking and I play a clip where he shares its power in our lives, but also the reality that it won’t enable you to do anything. To take it further, I asked our audience, this question, “Do you feel someone is either inherently positive and hop…
 
In today’s episode I interview dream coach Cordell Jacks, who has been doing dream work for over 20 years. He teaches people how to access and utilize the "2 most important hours of their day"....those spent dreaming. Cordell coaches people in night-time dream work practices. I wanted to have Cordell on the show because I’ve been interested in drea…
 
We all have patterns in which we interpret and therefore respond to the world. This positively and negatively influences every relationship in our lives. The relationship with ourselves (self-image), with others, and with our spiritual faith. Beth McCord is a renowned expert in the Enneagram, which is a map for self-discovery and personal growth ba…
 
Carmen Braidwood is THE Confidence on Camera Coach. After over 20 years as a Perth TV presenter and radio host, she definitely knows how to help you articulate your message and get it out there on video. Not only does she know her stuff, but she is a lovely person and would be great FUN to work with, so check her out. You are going to hear us discu…
 
“For your business, do you need increased marketing exposure to attract more prospects or better sales conversion with the prospects you are already attracting?” This is the question I posed to our Ziglar audience. People responded with needs for one or the other or both of course, but the discussion Tom Ziglar and I brought up was sequentially we …
 
In today’s episode I interview Dr. Michael Mannino, a peak performance coach at Steven Kotler’s Flow Research Collective. Michael has a Masters in philosophy, specializing in philosophy of mind, consciousness, and science. Michael is also an amateur athlete interested in peak performance, cognitive enhancement, the intersection of neuroscience and …
 
Should you start or have a podcast? We’re at a time when no communication platform is growing more. It wasn’t long ago when we had a couple hundred thousand podcasts but as you’ll hear in this show we’ve now eclipsed 2 million. It has an incredibly easy entry point and you can get in with little cost and effort. The audience for podcasting continue…
 
This one is a bumper episode with three awesome in studio guests - Paul Woodcock, Mark Gill and Marky Salinas. Amazing value for you to hear from these great people offering their business stories to share. If you are local to Perth, you will be familiar with Leapfrogs Cafe and Wanneroo Botanic Golf. Have you ever wondered how this fantastic family…
 
How we can we better respond to the things in our work we can not control? I play a clip from Zig Ziglar where he talks about the circumstances and people in our lives we just can’t control, and how we can better respond to them when they, as you’ll hear Zig say, “drop the ball.” But goodness did Tom Ziglar and I get into some interesting branches.…
 
The Truth About Plant Based Diets | Dr. Michael Greger In today’s episode I interview Dr. Michael Greger, physician, author, internationally recognized speaker and a huge proponent of a plant based diet. His site NutritionFacts.org is the first science-based, non-commercial website to provide free daily videos and articles on the latest discoveries…
 
I bring you what I have found, across the board, to literally be THE most effective life-success tactic. You’ll notice I said “life success”, as in success in your life overall. If you only want to succeed in making money, while this tactic does provide the best overall chance, I have seen people make a lot of money without utilizing it well. I’ve …
 
“What makes you feel secure about yourself? What keeps your self-image in check even if you are unduly criticized?” If you feel this should be a simple, easy answer...the responses showcase it is not. And as you’ll hear in the show, it sure is not for me as well, or Tom Ziglar who joined me. But becoming acutely aware of what threatens your securit…
 
In today’s episode I interview Tricia Barker, who experienced a profound near-death experience during her senior year of college. Her unique story has been featured in National Geographic and the Doctor Oz show. She interviews other near-death experiencers and others on her YouTube Channel and her book Angels in the OR: What Dying Taught Me About H…
 
The success habits of David Horsager, my guest from episode 873 where we talked about trust, his platform and area of mastery. Not how to be trustworthy, but how to ensure people view you as trustworthy. David shares the habits that helped him lose 50lbs in five months and how he’s kept the weight off. Though today he doesn’t deprive himself of cer…
 
Iris Smit is a WA Beauty Entrepreneur and a female business success story. After identifying a problem with women's makeup, she created a product from scratch from home and scaled the business into a multi million dollar international enterprise - The Quick Flick. Iris is awesome and shares some real answers and insight into the process in an open,…
 
Tom Ziglar and I tackle the issue of happiness. I asked my audience how in control of their happiness do they feel they are. A majority of course said 100%, but I actually pushed back on that. Even if you believe you have control, are you able to harness that control? If I asked if most everyone felt they could run a 5k in under 25 minutes I think …
 
Today I’m speaking with Del Jolly, the co-founder and current director of the psychedelic research nonprofit Unlimited Sciences. Del was previously the Business Development Manager at Charlotte’s Web Hemp Oil, the world’s largest CBD oil producer. He was also the Outreach Director for Decriminalize Denver, which passed a historical initiative to de…
 
Trust. In today’s culture more than ever trust is the number one asset of success. But listen closely, we are all doing it wrong, to some degree. We inherently think of trust as something you have and are, or don’t have an are not. Most everyone hearing this will believe themselves to be trustworthy because they are honest, moral people who live wi…
 
An issue that bothers and concerns me with coaching, consulting and being a leader...humility. Or rather, a lack of it. There is a propensity when you have an area of expertise you teach or lead from, to then be the authority on everything. It’s not possible and I think more and more people don’t trust it. So how do you be a humble expert? That’s t…
 
Today I’m speaking with clinical psychologist and leading expert in mental health and fitness, Dr. Belisa Vranich. She is the author of Breathe and Breathing For Warriors. She is a regular guest on National Television including CNN, Fox News, the Today Show, Good Morning America, and Inside Edition. In this episode she shares 4 simple exercises any…
 
I’m back with Chandler Bolt. Chandler is a young and extremely successful businessman. As we talked about his habits for success we got into his unique living situation. He got a large house in Los Angeles and created his personal blue zone, the term made famous by Dan Buettner in regards to a community that fosters good health and success. Chandle…
 
We all have a very real struggle with opportunity. We so fervently talk about goals and desires and going after them, but seldom talk about the obstacles along the way. With any new achievement of any worth, there are relevant obstacles we must take into consideration. Discomforts and risks and what you’ll hear in this show after I polled the Zigla…
 
Today I’m speaking with Dr. Amber Straughn, an American astrophysicist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center where she serves as the Deputy Project Scientist for the James Webb Space Telescope, the biggest telescope ever planned to be deployed in space. I wanted to have Amber on the show because I think knowing the truth about the universe can pote…
 
Want a big way to leverage your impact? If you have any desire to make a positive influence in your life, there are few tools more powerful than...a book. But should everyone write a book? Does everyone have a relevant story or area of expertise that’s worthy of cutting down some trees? You won’t hear that. But we will open this topic up and help y…
 
Our focus is visualizing our achievement and realization of what we say we want. No hoodoo guru stuff here but simply, if you have a desire or goal, can you in fact see yourself achieving it? So often we just seek the “how to” without solidifying our actual faith in actually realizing the end result. I share a message from Zig Ziglar where he cites…
 
Today I’m speaking with Dr. B.J. Miller, an amazing hospice and palliative medicine physician as well as the author of A Beginner’s Guide To The End: Practical Advice for Living Life and Facing Death. He has helped more than 1,000 people die and speaks internationally on the themes of living well in the face of illness and death. He has been profil…
 
In this episode of The Ziglar Show our focus is auditing the daily habits and routines of a trauma overcomer and current health, fitness, and brain expert. I’m back with Tana Amen. You’ll hear why she affirms herself with, “I am a warrior.” If you heard her gritty story from childhood abuse to modeling to trauma nurse to today’s health and fitness …
 
In this episode, Kevin talks to his guest, Paul Marciano, about having difficult conversations with people in your life, whether at work or at home. Paul Marciano travels the world speaking on topics of leadership, culture, and retention and is the author of several books, including SuperTeams and the bestseller, Carrots and Sticks Don’t Work: Buil…
 
In this episode of The Ziglar Show we hear a classic message from Zig Ziglar on flea training. He’ll tell you how when you put fleas in a jar they’ll jump up and hit it over and over till they adapt to the lid, then they’ll only jump just high enough before they hit the lid. Take the lid off? They only jump as high as it was, and won’t jump out. Of…
 
Today I’m speaking with Sharon Salzberg. Sharon is a New York Times bestselling author and teacher of Buddhist meditation practices in the West. She’s been leading meditation retreats around the world for over three decades. If you’re into Buddhism at all you’ve heard about her, if not safe to say she’s one of the most well known Buddhist guides in…
 
A world-renowned health and fitness expert. She is the picture of health, beauty, and success. Then she found herself up on stage to speak to a room full of addicts who she was critically judging for who and how they were. Then she realized they were judging her too. Then she realized she needed to drop the facade, come clean, and admit she had com…
 
Kevin reunites with his old friend, Meido Moore, who became a Zen monk and now lives in a monastery near Madison, Wisconsin. They discuss unconventional career choices, resiliency, life in a monastery, tips for better meditation, and more.
 
I play a short clip from Zig Ziglar where he describes the depth of foundations on skyscrapers. For a massive building to stand tall and not fall over amidst high winds and shifting earth, it’s foundational structure, what is built under the surface, is immense. For all of us, life has hardship and challenge. If you have a beating heart and interac…
 
Today I’m speaking with Dr. Paul Halpern, a professor of physics at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, author of 16 popular science books including Synchronicity, The Epic Quest to Understand The Quantum Nature of Cause and Effect. In this interview we discuss Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin installing mirrors on the moon, why the speed…
 
Ernest Hemingway is famously cited as saying, “Write drunk, edit sober.” Amongst the writing community this is an oft quoted statement and frequently depicted in film and story. Trouble is, Hemmingway didn’t say it. In this episode I’m back with one of my favorite all-time authors, Donald Miller, and we’re talking about his habits. One he shared wa…
 
Jeff Lawson is co-founder and CEO of Silicon Valley-based Twilio, one of the world’s fastest growing technology companies. A lifelong software developer, Jeff founded Twilio in 2008 with the belief that empowering developers was key to unlocking innovation within nearly every kind of business. Millions of software developers and hundreds of thousan…
 
The question, “For those of you in business for yourself, whether full time making millions or a side hustle making a buck or two, where are you strongest in your business and where are you weakest?” Tom Ziglar and I talked through comments and what you’ll hear is a full circle of admissions. One is great at sales and poor at admin while another is…
 
Today is my second interview with Mick West, science writer, professional conspiracy debunker and founder of the website Metabunk.org. I wanted to have Mick on because he’s a conspiracy theory expert and wanted to talk to him about the recent voter fraud conspiracy in the U.S. presidential election. In this interview we discuss the history of paran…
 
Donald Miller is back on the show for the third time. Don is one of my all time favorite authors, his memoirs such as A Million Miles In A Thousand Years and Scary Close were literal life changers for me. As you’ll hear in this show, Donald started out as a pure writer. But to get his messages out he had to learn to run a stellar business. Today he…
 
Jack Curtis is a recently retired Naval Aviator and co-founder of End Speed Group. He brings more than 20 years of hands-on experience building and leading diverse and high performing teams in high-stress environments – culminating with his successful tour as the commanding officer of a half-billion-dollar EA-18 jet squadron. Jack’s writing has bee…
 
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