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014 - Creating A New Identity And The Four Phases Of Growth with Mario Porreca
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After spending nearly six years as a successful chef, Mario Porreca found himself constantly tired, overweight, and needing a change. He decided to leave the kitchen and focus on regaining his health. In just six months, Mario shed 70 pounds. With everyone noticing his results and asking questions, Mario saw a prime opportunity in coaching people to reach their health, wellness, weight, and mindset goals.
As Mario operated this business he was also spending every available second studying mindset, psychology, personal growth, spiritual development, and more to apply what he learned to his own life and to more importantly be able to serve others at a deeper more profound level.
Mario has authored two cookbooks geared toward healthy living and has also authored a third book centered around achieving personal and business success. He is also the host of the podcast, 10 Minute Mindset, which is designed to help busy people start their day in the best state possible by following his daily GIO method. Mario’s main focus is coaching busy achievers to align their mindset, purpose, and passion to experience life at a deeper more profound level.
Mario has appeared on TV over 50 times promoting his books and business and has been a featured speaker for numerous groups, events, schools, and corporations.In This Episode, You Will Learn:
- Why our day is built on momentum
- Why our mindset leads to our identity
- Why creating a new identity is the key to achieve permanent change
- The four phases of growth
- Why we should allow adversity to serve us
- Why emotion ignites us to push through change
- Creating that belief that anything is possible
- Why building on habits is easy, but starting habits isn't
- How to set up the rules of life so we win
- How to make our actions outcome focused
- Why adversity can only hurt us if we run from it