Risk Everyday With Kristy Arnett

Sinopsis

Whats between what we say we want and what we have is fear. The way we move past fear is by taking risks. Risk everyday and watch your life transform. This podcast is to inspire you to do just that, because you're a risk taker and dream maker. (Season 2 Coming Soon) Join the movement #riskeveryday

Episodios

  • 002 How to Overcome Fear and Be All In

    002 How to Overcome Fear and Be All In

    30/06/2018 Duración: 58min

    If you have ever struggled taking action because fear stopped you, this episode is for you. I brought back one of my favorite guests, Elliot Roe. He has taught me so much about overcoming my own fears that I wanted to bring him back to share a visualization exercise for processing your fear. Listen to hear us discuss how pro athletes deal with fear, hypnotherapy for fear, why we have fear and how to risk everything and be ‘all in’. If you enjoy Risk Everyday, please take time to leave a review. Show Notes: [01:42] Well, what happens if I do go all in completely. First, let me say like I'm smiling right now. It to hear that you know it hugs and you started to see those changes. [04:02] And if you're only half putting yourself half committing to the relationship or you can feel that you're holding back you might feel that you're protecting yourself in some way. So oh I'm safe if the partner does something wrong. But the reality is if you're not committing fully they're much more likely to do something wrong and

  • Dont Go Another Day Without Your Vision

    Don't Go Another Day Without Your Vision

    24/06/2018 Duración: 01h07s

    Welcome to Season Two of Risk Everyday!  Today, I am speaking about big juicy goals and how to create a vision for your life. Listen to this episode to learn more about how you can have what you want in life.  If you enjoy listening to my podcast, please take time to leave a review.  Links World Series of Poker (WSOP) Vlog - https://youtu.be/JgoWJxzOTeM

  • #RiskEveryday When NOT to Quit (Season 1 Finale)

    #RiskEveryday When NOT to Quit (Season 1 Finale)

    15/01/2018 Duración: 39min

    Have you ever started a project and wanted to quit? Have you quit something too early? Are you known as a starter, not a finisher? That’s been me before. I’ve quit a lot of things. This podcast though, I’m not quitting. But I am taking a break to reorganize and recharge. Today on the podcast, I talk about how to decide whether or not to quit.      While you're waiting for Season 2, I would be SO grateful if you filled out a feedback form.

  • You will spend 90,000 hours of your life working— here’s how to make it count (even if you’re at a job you don’t like)

    You will spend 90,000 hours of your life working— here’s how to make it count (even if you’re at a job you don’t like)

    05/01/2018 Duración: 50min

    Did you know that you will spend 90,000 hours of your life working? That's over 3,700 days! We better make it count then, right?  But what do you do if you can't seem to find the right job? One that fulfills you. What if you're in a job now that isn't right? Today on the podcast, we're going to talk about how to figure out what you work purpose is and how to make the best of it even if you're not in the perfect job right now. Our guest today is Leah Weiss. She is a researcher, Professor, consultant and author. She teaches courses on compassionate leadership at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and is principal teacher and Founding Faculty for Stanford's compassion cultivation program which was conceived by the Dalai Lama! She's also written the book, "How we work: Live your purpose, reclaim your sanity and embrace the daily grind" which is out in March 2018. In it, she offers practical evidence based strategies to achieving workplace and career satisfaction. Links:  Leah's Website Preorder Her Book Ann

  • The Analytical Approach that Gained a Top Female Poker Player Millions

    The Analytical Approach that Gained a Top Female Poker Player Millions

    03/01/2018 Duración: 53min

    You know how sometimes we can be irrational? Like being afraid of something you know won't hurt you? Or losing your temper when your TV breaks even though you know that they aren't supposed to last forever? When our emotions run us, there is chaos. One way to help us overcome this is to take an analytical approach. Today's guest is professional poker player, presenter and astro-geek Liv Boeree. She has won over $3.5 million in live poker tournaments, has a degree in Physics and Astrophysics, and is host of the webshow, Amazing Science Adventures. Find out how she uses a scientific/analytical to build a successful life.  Links:  Liv's Website Twitter Facebook Blog About White Noise

  • Hack Your Memory

    Hack Your Memory

    25/12/2017 Duración: 01h25min

    We have all been there; you are at an event, you're going around meeting new people, you have a lengthy conversation with a new acquaintance, but you instantly forget their name. It can be embarrassing, and you can feel guilty for not paying close enough attention, but it doesn't have to be this way. With practice and going back to your childhood imagination skills, you can enhance your memory. Today we are back with Chris Pimmer to discuss how to hack your memory. Listen as Chris teaches us steps to remembering everything from names to memorizing a deck of cards. Take a course with Chris Pimmer   Show Notes: McDonalds 1. Parking Lot 2. Door 3. Bathroom door 4. Tables 5. Counter 6. Straw and Napkin Box 7. Cashier 8. Offerings Screens 9. Drive through order 10. Drive through delivery window ________________________________________ One Bun Attitude Two Shoe Priorities Three Tree Health Four Door Family Five Hive Thinking Six Sticks Commitment Seven Heaven Finances Eight Gate Faith Nine Whine Relationships Ten

  •  The Completely Counterintuitive Secret to High-Quality Results

    The Completely Counterintuitive Secret to High-Quality Results

    19/12/2017 Duración: 01h18min

    What are the fundamental ways of being to have quality results in your life? Is it patience? Is it your mindset? Is it slowing down? Something that we don't usually think of when we think of successful people is their ability to slow down. Today, in the first part of a two-part episode, I interview Chris Pimmer, instructor of Self Mastery: Upgrade Your Mindset & Thought Patterns. Chris Pimmer is a philosopher, instructor on Udemy, a Taoist, a thinker, and writer. He knows four languages, was a semi-pro basketball player and has lost over 70 pounds. He credits his most triumphant moments to slowing down and having patience.  Listen as we discuss how to have quality results by slowing down and keeping your patience in check. Enroll in Chris Pimmer's Course: Self Mastery: Upgrade Your Mindset & Thought Patterns Follow Chris on Twitter: @chrismission   Show Notes:  [01:48] I'm committed to making it a priority to actually do that for 2018. Review the year and take in the best of what I've learned into 201

  • #RiskEveryday The Power of Intention Transition

    #RiskEveryday The Power of Intention Transition

    15/12/2017 Duración: 28min

    So many of us have difficulties transitioning into the next phase of our day; we cannot shake off work before coming home to our significant others or are spacey when meeting friends for dinner.  When we are somewhere else emotionally and mentally, it stops us from really experiencing life. Not slowing down, checking out, and moving too quickly often has us responding differently than if we were in our intention. I want to share this simple but powerful exercise to help you get grounded, create what you want for your life, and stay in your intention. Listen to learn how to slow down your thoughts and reconnect with yourself.

  • 10 Principles of Abundance and Prosperity

    10 Principles of Abundance and Prosperity

    12/12/2017 Duración: 51min

    Chris Lee has always had a natural ability to help others shift their perspectives and let go of what is not working. He is someone that I have wanted to interview since the day I met him and he is one of the biggest reasons I still have my marriage. On today's episode, Chris walks us through the 10 principals of abundance and prosperity. Listen to learn how to make space for abundance and attract what you want in life. Find Chris Lee here: http://www.chrisleemotivator.com/ Buy the book here: Transform Your Life: 10 Principals of Abundance and Prosperity Take a Course with Chris Lee: Choice Leadership   Show Notes:  [1:02] First of all, before I get started I actually just wanted to acknowledge you because you've made such an impact in my life. You've known my story I have shared on this podcast so much about it but. You were one of the biggest reasons I still have my marriage. [2:19] But first I really want to introduce you to my audience who doesn't know you as well as I do. So could you give us a little

  • #riskeveryday Are you playing win win or nah?

    #riskeveryday Are you playing win win or nah?

    08/12/2017 Duración: 22min

    Some words can elicit such strong reactions. How do you feel when you hear the word 'compromise'? Do you think compromise is a win/lose, lose/win, or lose/lose situation? In today's Risk Everyday, we are talking about how to compromise without feeling like you have to lose or win. Listen to learn how to express your needs and keep close in your relationships instead of drifting away in resentment. I would love to hear what you have to say and how you are risking - remember to use the hashtag #riskeveryday on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram.

  • The Art of Making Things Happen

    The Art of Making Things Happen

    05/12/2017 Duración: 53min

    On today's episode, I interview Steve Sims, the world's first luxury concierge. Steve is the visionary and founder of a company called Bluefish. Bluefish makes all of their clients' fantasies and wildest dreams come true. Whether that is visiting the International Space Station or taking a submarine to the Titanic, Steve makes it happen. Through Steve's journey, he has learned that failure is what has helped him move forward in life. He has been a bricklayer, a doorman, unemployed, etc., but what helped him move forward is his ability to allow failure but not be defined by it. He recommends failing daily and if you are an entrepreneur, you should be failing often because it's the only way you will grow. Listen to learn how to move forward with what you want and get shit done. You can find Steve Sims here: Steve Sims Buy the book Blue Fishing here: Blue Fishing: The Art of Making Things Happen Show Notes: [07:59] It's so so interesting that you launched this business and it's evolved and basically out of tha

  • #riskeveryday Making Decisions for Other People

    #riskeveryday Making Decisions for Other People

    01/12/2017 Duración: 16min

    When we hold back on what our gut is telling us to do (visit new parents, reach out to a busy friend, ask something of someone else), we miss out on the opportunity to deepen relationships, give our love and gifts to others, and allow others to give to us. This week's episode is about how we decide that others are too busy, overwhelmed, and are uninterested in anything that we would ask them to do. When we do this, we are really saying that we are afraid of being vulnerable. Listen to find out why it is worth the risk to call someone that you think is too busy or ask a favor of someone else. #riskeveryday -- Please let us know if you have taken a risk and use the hashtag on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram.

  • No BS Communication

    No BS Communication

    28/11/2017 Duración: 01h07min

    When polling my friends about what their biggest hurdle is in relationships, one of the top answers was-- COMMUNICATION. Well, that and choosing what to eat for dinner (but I think that can be put into the communication category anyway).  The question then becomes- Why can't we communicate effectively? What's stopping us? And what would good, clear communication between people look like? According to Joshua Hathaway, the reason we don't communicate effectively is because bull shit runs us. 

  • REPLAY #002 How I lost $20,000 and Overcame Failure

    REPLAY #002 How I lost $20,000 and Overcame Failure

    23/11/2017 Duración: 01h00s

    EPIC FAILURE! Sounds scary right? Well, seeing as though failure is unavoidable in life, especially for those who risk big, why not change that conversation? Let's celebrate going down in a giant ball of flames! Kristy does and she shares her story of her biggest financial and career failure. 

  • #RiskEveryday Act without doing

    #RiskEveryday Act without doing

    20/11/2017 Duración: 25min

    "Do you have the patience to wait till your mud settles and the water is clear? Can you remain unmoving till the right action arises by itself?" Verse 15 in The Tao Te Ching.  My answer? Umm... well no, that hasn't been a strong suit of mine. 

  • 079 From Failed Product Launch to $50K in Sales in 3 Months - with Molly Mahoney

    079 From Failed Product Launch to $50K in Sales in 3 Months - with Molly Mahoney

    14/11/2017 Duración: 50min

    Before I met Molly, I heard her. It was this singsongy voice bellowing out from the hallway of a conference I was attending. I turned towards the sound and in walks this tall brunette with bright red lipstick and a big smile to match. Her hair and outfit reminded me of one of those gorgeous vintage pin up models from the 40s. Molly Mahoney is a professional performer, Camera Confidence Coach and expert in helping entrepreneurs, artists and business owners grow their visibility and business through Facebook— everything from attracting customers to your Facebook business page, understanding how to run highly converting Facebook ads, hosting Facebook Live broadcasts that provide value and build deeper relationships, and creating Facebook Messenger bots that attract more of your perfect clients and customers in a uniquely authentic way. The conference I met her at was Adam Urbanski’s Revenue Rev Up live event in San Diego. (As many of you who’ve listened to this podcast, Adam was on the show awhile back. He talke

  • Why Mainstream Medicine Isnt Enough to be Healthy

    Why Mainstream Medicine Isn't Enough to be Healthy

    07/11/2017 Duración: 51min

    Integrative medicine physician Dr. Robin Miller, a medical reporter on NBC and regular guest on Dr. Oz, says ditch the fads and look to your gut to get you toward your goals of health and happiness while ditching those extra pounds. Ten years ago Dr. Miller left mainstream medicine in order to practice the kind of patient-focused medicine she had dreamed of doing in medical school. “I have been frustrated by the lack of options available when it comes to conventional medicine. There are amazing treatments and therapies available these days that have allowed our lifespan to increase. However, often I find I cannot help people as much as I would like because I run out of tools and possibilities.” She began a search to find new, innovative ways to help people achieve balance and wellness, which culminated in the publication of HEALED: HEALTH & WELLNESS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY.

  • #RiskEveryday The Fight Within Us All

    #RiskEveryday The Fight Within Us All

    03/11/2017 Duración: 33min

    Today's story is about love, poker and the fight within us all. 

  • How to Grant Yourself the Permission to Leap with Bri Seeley

    How to Grant Yourself the Permission to Leap with Bri Seeley

    30/10/2017 Duración: 53min

    I have been asking myself WTF am I doing with my life a lot lately. I always say that it is about the question and not necessarily the answer. It’s about having the question empower us to choose what we want to create with our lives. By asking these questions we really get to know what is important and what we want to create. As I write my WTF Am I Doing With My Life book, I have been going through the process of how to choose what we want. I also keep asking myself why do I keep having to go through this process and answer this question. Just as I am finishing up my first draft, Bri Seeley pops back into my life and messages me about her new book Permission to Leap which will be released on November 14th. Bri and I recorded a podcast last year about how to co-create with the universe. Bri is a coach, author, speaker, blogger, and podcaster who helps women turn their inner visions into outer realities. Today, we talk about the concepts in Bri’s book and how to take a look at what you want in life. Bri talks a

  • #RiskEveryday - I had a meltdown

    #RiskEveryday - I had a meltdown

    29/10/2017 Duración: 18min

    I’d been traveling a ton, felt totally ungrounded and have numerous deadlines tightening their strangle holds on me. But of course, I have created all of this for myself. My drive can often switch from passion driven, to obsessive, to self interested over the course of even a single day. The self interested part of me wants to prove to everyone- look how much I can do! Look how I can be what you want me to! Look how good I am! Aren’t I doing a good job??? — It’s like I’m a little girl, jumping up and down screaming, trying to get my parent’s attention to love me! ❣️And in the end, isn’t that what we are all trying to do in some ways? But the problem is, when that part of us takes over. When I’m not conscious, I start to take everything on and forget the wisdom of my body. And I’m tired. And it’s not working. I know it because I can feel the difference in what I create and who I am when I come from love and passion rather than this fear place of not being good enough. ✏️What I write feels true, rather than try

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