Intentional Freedom Podcast

Aaron Kovac

My intention is to inspire you to take massive action in your life and truly decide to live free through intention

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In this episode we talked about:   (4:22) Knowing how to improve and do better things   (6:13) Looking at the true problems   (9:52) Asking myself the right questions   (11:45) 5 core disciplines   (15:41) Creating the correct machine to make things work   (19:51) Being creative and expansive   (21:22) Asking yourself the right questions   (25:00) Pivot and launch forward       I'm the most productive when I spend time in thinking time, not in doing time- Aaron     Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details. It´s better to get help sooner than later, you don't want to dig yourself in a hole covered in band-aids and then ask for help- Cori  

Dec 3

29 min 40 sec

In this episode, we talked about:   (4:59) Getting rid of things that trigger you by doing hypnotherapy     (10:40) Making conscious changes and creative behaviors     (15:46) Having the willingness to confront yourself     (23:49) Finding your true zone of genius     (29:29) Our energy and emotions     (33:45) Setting intention and clear space     (37:33) Moving your energy through your body     (45:33) How to help others to transform their life     (45:47) Definition of emotions   Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details. "You have conscious and subconscious mind: we want to get to the subconscious to make permanent changes" "It's scary to let go of things that you know and start making new things and memories in your life" " I've always felt that I am here for a reason and that I need to figure out why because it's important"

Dec 1

1 hr

In this episode we talked about:   (3:00) What have we been up to   (7:30) What does Cori get from a Mastermind?   (10:30) What would you ask your future self?   (14:22) The 2 questions Cori asked herself   (18:00) We are 180 from each other   (22:40) Advertising in a different way   (27:42) Upleveling your tribe   (30:15) The doorknob test   (34:40) You're dating your job     I keep hearing myself saying "I'm confident. I can do everything" but I shouldn't be doing everything. Cori     I'm me. Whatever you like or you don't I don't really care. I'm just me. Aaron   Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Nov 19

39 min 20 sec

In this episode we talked about: Karin's story   Abuse and infidelity and keeping secrets   The fatherless project   Karin's upcoming books   A message for all women   What do you really want and what's your why   The way the paradigm has shifted   What Karin is struggling with right now     “It took me decades to understand that it had nothing to do with me. I was taking it all on my person, I’m not pretty enough, my body is not perfect enough but i understand now that it’s all about him” “What do you really want? What does your soul really want” “Give yourself permission and grace to change your mind”   Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Nov 17

57 min 35 sec

In this episode we talked about:   (2:22) What we are learning with our new business and Cori's mantra   (6:30) Showing up as owners   (8:40) Learning opportunities and accountability   (11:34) The accountability checkpoints   (15:00) Ego and getting involved in the ownership   (19:00) What's the worst thing that could happen to you?   (24:00) Why be afraid of failure?   (28:15) Taking the risk and owning failure as part of the process     "Just go out there. Move forward. Do things and don't be afraid to fail."  Aaron   "I'm not my anxiety, I'm a person facing an opportunity and it's challenging. " Cori     Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Nov 12

34 min 53 sec

In this episode we talked about:   (6:30) The dimmer switch that took away the color   (12:00) The Bachelor experience and who is Cati now   (17:38) Following a higher calling    (20:20) The feeling that there's something more for you and why don't people move   (26:40) Impostor syndrome and fear of failure   (32:50) Memories and programming   (37:32) Tools that Catie uses daily and dealing with the awkwardness   (44:20) the question Catie wishes people asked her   (48:20) Catie's why and what's next   (54:00) Who is your ideal client?   (57:10) Where to find Catie and some of her services     “What else am I passionate about? If not this, what does light me up?”   “We’re not meant to be caged”   “If you choose to follow a higher calling, only you have the blueprint”   Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Nov 9

1 hr

In this episode we talked about:   (1:31) Brian's story of grit and moving around   (6:22) From selling chocolate bars door to door to working with Schumacher   (19:12) Working with Schumacher   (27:13) The failures that led to the biggest breakthroughs   (34:00) Mentors or coaches you're working with right now   (37:40) The real talk about the real state market   (48:45) Tips and tricks   (54:37) The USP that makes Northco different?   (1:04:20) The best question you can ask     "The thing about how the salesperson really sells you is they involve themselves in you, they ask questions. They build rapport"     "I had myself convinced that there was an upside to every single yes"     "The best question you could possibly ask is: why would I work with you?"     Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Nov 3

1 hr 10 min

In this episode we talked about: A wild weekend   Are doing it just for the money?   Generating bad ideas   Money is a story   The business game   Being tattoo worthy   Being THE best   Choosing your identity   Being congruent   Teaching leadership and how to solve interesting problems   The stories you create,     What sort of story do you want to have behind your money and what are you exchanging for that story? what are you exchanging for that money? - Aaron   What are you so passionate about that you can give to other people? - Cori   Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.  

Oct 22

37 min 38 sec

In this episode we talked about: Bob's book   Difference between price and value   The 5 laws of self   Breathe in and breathe out   How to become an additional value   The 5 elements of value   Would you be my mentor?   Giveaway time!   “Your income is determined by how many people you serve and how well you serve them.”      “Money is simply an echo of value”     “When we ask someone we don't really know 'would you be my mentor?' it's sort of like asking someone 'hey would you share with me 30 years of your experience?'”   About Bob Burg: Bob Burg shares how a subtle shift in focus is not only a more uplifting and fulfilling way of conducting business but the most financially profitable way, as well. For 30 years he’s helped companies, sales leaders, and their teams to more effectively communicate their value, sell at higher prices with less resistance, and grow their businesses based on Endless Referrals.   Bob has regularly addressed audiences ranging in size from 50 to 16,000 — sharing the platform with notables including today’s top thought leaders, broadcast personalities, Olympic athletes and political leaders including a former United States President.   Although for years he was best known for his book Endless Referrals, it’s his business parable, The Go-Giver (coauthored with John David Mann) that captured the imagination of his readers.   The Go-Giver, a Wall Street Journal and BusinessWeek Bestseller, has sold over a million copies. Since its release it has consistently stayed in the Top 25 on Porchlight’s (formerly 800-CEO-READ) Business Book Bestsellers List. The book has been translated into 30 languages. It was rated #10 on Inc. Magazine’s list of the Most Motivational Books Ever Written, and was on HubSpot’s 20 Most Highly Rated Sales Books of All Time.   Bob is the author of a number of books on sales, marketing and influence, with total book sales approaching two million copies.   The American Management Association named Bob one of the 30 Most Influential Leaders and he was named one of the Top 200 Most Influential Authors in the World by Richtopia.   Bob is an advocate, supporter and defender of the Free Enterprise system, believing that the amount of money one makes is directly proportional to how many people they serve.   He is also an unapologetic animal fanatic and served on the Board of Directors of Furry Friends Adoption and Clinic in his town of Jupiter, Florida.   Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Oct 19

39 min 25 sec

In this episode, we talked about:   The weekend of Maddox   Avoiding not being good enough   Stop expecting perfection   The "done is better than perfect" approach   Allowing mistakes   Being a naggin Nancy   Being Flexible   Being a true leader   Whose standards are you shooting for?   "A lot of perfectionism can be toxic to your mental health. Not only can it come from a fear of failure, it can also be a fear of success" - Aaron   "We are not going to get where we need to be in our businesses or in life if we expect perfection out of ourselves every day. It's impossible" -Cori   Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Oct 8

36 min 40 sec

In this episode we talked about: (5:00) Gratitude   (9:03) Nature or nurture   (12:20) The comfort stage   (19:36) Fulfillment   (26:00) Searching for intentional freedom   (29:35) The Resist Average Academy   (36:58) Traveling alone   (40:15) How the small steps add up   (46:30)Checking with your future self daily   (57:47)The answer is inside of us   "The most dangerous state we can be in in life is the comfort stage. Is the stage where we are not on survival but we sure as h*ll not thriving."   "If I don't want this, then what is it that I actually want?"   "I believe every single person has that ambitious part of them." About Tommy: Tommy Baker has coached, trained, and taught thousands of clients within his Resist Average Academy programs and iTunes podcast. He is the author of several books, including his latest, Hustlers & Seekers: How To Crush it & Find Fulfillment as well as The Leap of Your Life: How to Redefine Risk, Quit Waiting for ‘Someday,’ and Live Boldly and The 1% Rule: How to Fall in Love with the Process and Achieve Your Wildest Dreams.       Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Sep 28

1 hr 2 min

In this episode: (4:34) Burn out   (8:34) Dealing with rejection   (10:30) Uncovering your calling   (14:31) Learning to ask better questions   (17:47) Mommy millionaire   (19:55) The habit of leading yourself   (22:33) Being selective with your time   (24:48) Having a team   (29:30) Why not everybody is meant to be in business   (31:20) Failure   (34:00) Mastering the art of sales   (40:35) People are looking for you    (43:00) Fake it until you make it?   (46:00) What's coming up for Cayla   (51:34) What's the real question   I'm already gone through rejection from the one person that's supposed to love me in my life. This is nothing.   What if I can teach people to ask better questions? What if I could teach people to just push the limits of what they believe?   My story around sales is that if people are on my page if people are in my life is because they need what I have to offer. Period   About Cayla: When I was saving lives as an ER nurse back in 2011, I had this gut feeling that I was meant for so much more. I didn’t want to choose between having a happy family and having a successful business. So I embarked on a journey to have it all.   Nine years later, I figured out a way to bring harmony into my family’s life while helping thousands of women pursue their passions through Mommy Millionaire.    My three beautiful kids and supportive husband have all seen a dramatic positive change in our family’s energy throughout this process. We’re all thankful that I took the leap and chased my dreams relentlessly though it was certainly tough at the beginning.   Now, I want to share my expertise and life lessons with YOU so that you can have it all too.   From my popular Mommy Millionaire podcast, live events, courses, and more, I’ve created tools for every woman to start and grow their own business. Follow along and I’ll give you the confidence to succeed and the plan to get you where you want to go.   My ultimate goal is to help one million moms become millionaires using the same principles I use. I don’t want to just inspire you. I want to give you concrete tips and tactics that you can be successful with today.   Website: Mommymillionaire.co IG: @mommymillionaire.co @cayla.craft   Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Sep 22

57 min 15 sec

On this episode:   (3:30) Being overwhelmed or burn out (8:17) I've always been felt for more (11:30) Being true to yourself (15:14) Recognizing the symptoms of overwhelming (17:39) Staying connected with you (19:21) Signs of burnout (22:56) Making the right choices (26:42) Seeing yourself more clearly (7:09) You start saying yes to everybody else instead of saying yes to yourself- Cori (9:12) You have to check yourself to realize when you are being your genuine self- Aaron (10:27) I think we should have equal opportunities and when you try to become equal, you end up with comparison games- Aaron   Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Sep 17

29 min 15 sec

In this episode: (3:30) Meeting Jean Claude Van Dame   (7:00) Angus's journey   (9:50) Masculinity and emotions   (13:41) Feeling lazy   (16:22) Character overrides preference   (17:50) Indoctrination and the roles assigned by society   (18:50) Understanding each other   (25:48) Who's Angus now?   (27:20) Seeing fear as an invitation   (34:20) Elevating how you see yourself   (36:20) Writing things on your heart   (40:30) Concietness vs confidence   (47:12) Fulfillment     "What we don't have a connection to in a male society is being present" (12:37)     "In order for you to grow and feel alive means you have to face things you may not be willing or ready to face yet" (26:58)     "Is the world happening to me? or is the world happening for me? " (36:32)   About Angus: Angus is a men’s executive coach, one of America’s top performance strategists and Founder of Evolve Men Coaching. He helps ambitious men find fulfillment for a life of meaning and purpose. His past clients include members from Fortune 50 brands to celebrity personalities while also speaking at headquarters for America's top brands such as Walmart, Coca-Cola, BMW, Disney, Whole Foods, and Adobe. Angus is married with three children and lives in Nashville, Tennessee with their 2 bougie dogs.   Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.  

Sep 14

55 min 48 sec

On this episode: (7:17) Controlling environment by numbing out (10:00) Everybody wants a quick fix (14:02) We're all addicted to something (18:36) Becoming consumers of religious goods (25:20) Binge on Sunday and purge on Monday (28:09) If you love, you lead (45:34) Kindness has a power behind it that is not taught (51:55) Knowing my trust issues (55:11) Nothing is ever balanced (56:30) Seek presence and pivot (1:00:33) Emotions are different than thoughts "The truth is too painful to live in and our feelings are too big." "Religion tried to kill me and relationships saved me." "Just because I can do things, doesn't mean I need to do it." About Karrie Garcia As a pastor, life coach, author, and CEO, Karrie Garcia has been an inspiring change in others by boldly sharing her journey to freedom. Karrie is not afraid to wade through deep waters, because she has seen firsthand how God’s true redemptive purpose for our lives does not begin once we’re free from pain, rather it stems directly out of that pain. Today, Karrie is on a mission to redefine freedom for others through her nonprofit, Freedom Movement. Since 2014, she has fostered an environment at Freedom Movement where anyone can begin to process and heal, whether they’re taking their first or their last step on the road to freedom through the organization’s tours, events, workshops, and one-on-one coaching. Karrie is also the author of The Exchange, an interactive nine-week course through which she guides individuals and groups from hurting to hope with readings, videos, and reflections. Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Sep 7

1 hr 5 min

On this episode:  (5:21) Valuing inspiring people (7:34) Starting things when you're afraid (8:43) Perfectionism is a mindset (11:01) Conditioning that failure is progress (12:23) Being afraid of failing (16:21) Choosing to please others (20:04) Looking at others as inspiration (24:58) Overcoming perfectionism mindset (4:50) The feeling of starting something new, going into uncharted territory, it's even harder when you have a lot of things going on and you feel afraid- Cori (6:15) The best time to start something is when you're afraid- Cori (8:29) Perfectionism is always a road to disaster because it's always going to end and it's never going to be good enough- Aaron Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Sep 3

27 min 33 sec

On this episode:  (7:50) Having fear of success (10:13)Re-establishing a healthy relationship with money (15:22) Empowering yourself and taking ownership (16:48) The greatest growth is in the deepest areas of curiosity (18:31) Taking responsibility for yourself (20:45) You fail when you quit (24:57) Know yourself first then others (29:31) Figuring your why first (33:52) What if is one of the best questions (37:32) Taking mental ownership (43:07) Getting your body in a state of receptivity (46:10) Shaking up the foundation first (52:19) Working with your partner is important (55:46) Not been judged by others "Being truly honest and trusting as well that there's a path for everyone" "Everyone's reality perception is distorted in some way" "Don't be obsessed about the what and the how as long as you know your why" About Mike: Mike Zeller has founded or partnered in 16+ ventures in 5 different industries. His businesses collectively have done over $100 million in revenue. He's mentored hundreds of entrepreneurs on 6 continents now of all age ranges and experience. From beginners to 9 figure entrepreneurs. He has also mentored some of Hollywood's top voice-over actresses, NFL athletes, and other peak-performing executives. He's the forthcoming author of two books, The Genius Within: Finding Your Business and Personal Zone of Genius for Maximum Success and TwiceBorn: How a Crisis Can Remake You. Web: mikezeller.com Twitter: @Michaelrzeller Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Aug 31

1 hr 10 min

On this episode: (3:29) Feeling respected and connected (5:35) Staying open to other perspectives (6:30) Learning from failure (10:11) Staying open and vulnerable (12:36) Growing in different directions (14:57) Being leaders together (20:24) Making changes out of loss (22:44) Changing yourself before changing others (25:18) Talk less, listen more (29:33) Setting boundaries as a leader (31:33) Helping other people to become better leaders I think vulnerability means exposing ourselves to others and putting ourselves out there is seen as a sign of weakness - Aaron I'm going to lead you, I've done this before, are you with me, we may fail, but we're going to get back up and we're going to try again - Cory Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Aug 27

33 min 5 sec

On this episode: (7:11) Studying more about God (10:16) Reaching out to a mentor (16:30) Body language and confidence (18:05) Being humble and open (21:48) Staying true to myself (25:21) Awareness of myself (33:34) We are made to sin (36:22) Life is not only a gift (38:46) Being worthy of having love (52:36) Music is wide open (56:55) Making mistakes and rolling with it “It's not only about being a marketing genius, it's more about the rhythm which you say things”  “Everything that I've done, besides from being on camera, it's being behind the scenes”  “It's not about those moments of judgment, it's not about the sins that we commit it's about knowing that you can do the right things” About Rob Robert Ricotta has been a professional actor & voice actor since early 2010, as well as a published songwriter. (Formerly represented by WME in Beverly Hills, California) As an actor, presenter and voice artist: Robert’s on camera acting/vocal styling is engaging (with a chameleon like mellifluous range) adaptable for all applications within the Film & Entertainment industry. Robert has voiced projects from all over the world, and continues to work on high profile brands, web based promotionals, global organizations, networks, national/international films, television, cartoons, radio commercials; as well as animations, corporates, documentaries and personal videographer projects. Robert has been the Narrator/Co Producer for the successful 2017 - 2021 Podcast: "UP and VANISHED", winner of “BEST CRIME PODCAST” 2019 by iHEART RADIO and has now been adapted to a TV Series on the Oxygen Network. His unique focus is outworked in communicating a clear message both on and off camera; bringing life to words and various scenes. This has helped him succeed as both a radio programmer, audiovisual editor/technician and on camera talent. His multifaceted experience in media provides clients with a unique skill set and perspective for their specific projects; adding depth to an already well-rounded experience. Robert has forged a reputation as being one of the top voice talents in the world You have heard his voice on such avenues as: ESPN, CNN, Discovery Channel, History Channel, FOX and many other major networks in a myriad of different countries. For more visit: http://www.robertricotta.com/ Twitter: @RobRicottaJr IG: @rricotta Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Aug 24

1 hr 6 min

On this episode: What does freedom mean? How long it took us to define freedom Making a choice Being flexible and the different seasons in life Following the sugar 3 tips to define what freedom means  Escaping the "have to's" Not being defined by your career Fulfillment Knowing your values What is God's love? I think freedom is defined for you individually and what makes you feel free within your life Cori When we define the "why" then the "what" would come and, of course, the "how" we are going to get it will come after that and, then the "when". Aaron Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Aug 20

39 min 16 sec

(3:27) Feeling like you don't belong (8:16) Looking at what you need (13:57) Achieving your full potential (20:47) Helping others to achieve their goal (27:39) If your passionate, it will sell better (29:42) Wanting to give back authentically (37:18) Having another level of accountability (44:32) Impacting people's lives (46:02) Giving people hope when they feel hopeless (47:36) What we go trough, we grow trough (50:04) Being intentional with freedom (51:42) Elevating thise around me "Treat people the way that you want to be treated, and even better than the way that you want to be treated" "It's about asking yourself: who are you and who do you want to attract to your life in this moment?" "Think about giving back instead of only thinking of what you can put in your pocket" About Scott Scott Keppel is a master trainer with the National Academy of Sports Medicine® (NASM) and the owner of Scott's Training Systems (STS), a world class fitness studio located in Chandler, Arizona. Scott specializes in pageantry and is the official trainer for several states in the Miss USA organization, a number of other national pageants, as well as the official trainer for two states in the Miss America organization. He offers in-person and online coaching, and works with pre/post-natal and post breast cancer clients, business executives, weight loss and general fitness clients. Scott is the author of A Fit Guide to Post Breast Cancer Recovery and A Fit Guide to Having a Pageant Body. A featured speaker in the media, Scott has also presented at other industry conferences, including NASM Optima. Certifications: NASM-CPT, CNC, PES, WLS, YES, ISSA and Movnat.  “We are the official/preferred fitness and nutrition coach for ten states in the Miss USA organization a well as the Miss Arizona and Miss Arizona Outstanding Teen contestants. For over a decade, I have coached hundreds of women for bikini, figure, fitness, physique competitions and pageant training, including dozens who have placed top 5 at Miss USA and Miss America. I am the official trainer for Miss Arizona USA, Miss Teen Arizona USA, Miss Arizona and Miss Arizona Outstanding Teen. I now work nationally with Miss Utah USA, Miss Teen Utah USA, The Pageant Planet and Future Productions, who are the directors of seven different states in the USA system. I enjoy pageant coaching, as it is a time in a women’s life where they are their most beautiful, but often don’t see it. I aim to coach them to realize how strong, amazing, and beautiful they are. Helping women aspire to and achieve their goals is one of the highlights of my career.” Melissa’s battle with cancer made Scott get into post cancer recovery trainings. He is very inspired by his wife’s struggle.  Text “freedom” to 602-584-8472 for updates on the Intentional Freedom Podcast and “happy hour” for updates on our Happy Hour minisodes and upcoming event details.

Aug 17

1 hr 1 min

On this episode: (4:27) Dealing with emotions (10:15) Dealing with different emotions (11:11) The teamwork approach (15:23) Becoming the center of the world (16:52) Living in a complaint mind frame (17:12) Switching mind into gratitude (20:10) Telling yourself the right stories (23:07) Identifying your mindset (25:29) Priming your body to have the right state (28:46) Journal to yourself yesterday The subconscious is going to tell you why everything sucks and your conscious mind will help you to have gratitude in every experience you have You have to ask yourself the right questions within the blessing type and a gratitude mindset Complaint and gratitude are fundamentally different ways of viewing the world

Aug 13

34 min 35 sec

On this episode: (4:26) Having purpose and passion (8:26) Being a high achiever (11:56) How to be a better person (15:18) Abundance in all areas of your life (18:12) We do what we value (20:34) Focusing on who you want to be (24:33) Having long term gratification (27:12) Attachment, emotions and your goals (34:08) Thoughts about money (36:58) Knowing my core values (43:50) Having the right staff in the right place (48:09) False sense of gratification (53:39) Being raised by example “I have to gain freedom for myself to actually spend quality time with my daughter and to be present with her” “We think we're good at everything, but we're really not good at everything, because if you're good at everything, all dynamics in your life will be fine” “To me, my first priority is my body, my fitness: what am I putting into my body, am I resting enough or taking care of my body?” About Dr David: Dr. David Warman founder and CEO of Warman Way, has a passion for health wellness and self-improvement. As a personal trainer, he worked his way through chiropractic school Graduating from Palmer Chiropractic College West, and has been a practicing Chiropractor and a leader in natural health care since 1999.,. After Starting and selling multiple businesses, and having successfully trained or coached over 100 businesses in his career to exponential growth, Dr. Warman has acquired the knowledge and skill to train business owners to have a fully functioning thriving business. Focusing on having the have it all lifestyle, Dr. Warman Realizes that people have a void in the knowledge of Fitness, Inspiration, Relationships and Entrepreneurial business strategies which is why he has created the Warman Way having a life on F.I.R.E.! Training countless hours to bring real world applicable processes to grow and sustain a Life on F.I.R.E. Dr. Warman has unique approach to coaching and consulting. Realizing that some of the barriers we have to success falls in the 6 inches of real estate in between our ears, and with his knowledge of personality types and human behavior, he can help you break through barriers and achieve the life of your dreams and have balance with your Fitness, Inspiration, Relationships, and Entrepreneurial, truly living a life that’s on FIRE!

Aug 11

54 min 47 sec