Goins, Writer

On Writing, Ideas, and Making a Difference

021: How a Photographer Built an Online Business, One Relationship at a Time [Podcast]

021: David Molnar: How Intentionality, Determination, and Heart Built His Business One Relationship at a Time [Podcast]

At 19 years old, David Molnar had plans. But in one moment, a horrible car accident turned his world upside down.

His college athletic scholarship, his dream to be an airline pilot? Gone. He had to find a Plan B.

One Habit That Will Help You Get Healthier, Create Better Art, & Live a Happier Life

The other day, I woke up early, got into my workout clothes, and did the worst thing ever. I checked email. An hour later, I had to peel my fingers from the keyboard and get dressed for work. I was out of time.

But that’s not exactly true. The truth is I had about ten minutes left before I had to start moving. So I had a choice…

020: Navigating the Maze to Become a Full-Time Writer: Interview with Margaret Roach [Podcast]

020: Navigating the Maze to Become a Full-Time Writer: Interview with Margaret Roach [Podcast]

The path to becoming a full time writer isn’t always a straight one. Sometimes your career will wind through a maze of experience. Are you determined enough to persevere?

019: Andy Andrews: What a Change in Perspective Can Do for You [Podcast]

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In this interview, I talk with New York Times best-selling author and world-renowned speaker Andy Andrews about his new novel, The Noticer Returns.

We also talk about what it takes to tell a great story and why we all need a little more perspective.

Andy Andrews has been called “one of the most influential people in America.”

018: Gretchen Rubin: The Habits That Lead to Happiness [Podcast]

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When asked what we want out of life, many of us respond with a simple answer: “I want to be happy.” But what we often don’t realize is what we need to actually transform our lives.

Have you ever taken a moment to clarify what being “happy” means to you? What if there were actionable steps that you could take to day to reach it? That’s the very question that sent Gretchen Rubin on her journey.