by Brianna Peitz

Identify and align core values to create and expand a current network! Discover new ideas to create paradigm shifts in thought processes.

Podcast episodes

  • Season 2

  • Indecision IS a decision

    Indecision IS a decision

    Today’s topic is about indecision and how that greatly affects one’s ability to build confidence, make progress, and the costs associated with it. Overall, while it's natural to experience moments of indecision, chronic indecisiveness can have detrimental effects on various aspects of a person's life.

  • Season 1

  • Golden Nuggets

    Golden Nuggets

    In the spirit of March, and St. Patty’s Day right around the corner, I thought I would share some “Golden Nuggets” of wisdom that have impacted my life over the years. So often in our day-to-day lives we are imparted with knowledge and wisdom from those around us, whether it be our parents growing up, teachers, coaches, friends, mentors, etc... that it falls on deaf ears or we dismiss the value until we are in a situation where we are reminded of what we have heard repeatedly. Today I’m going to share a few of my own, that maybe have impacted or influenced you as well. Feel free to share some of your thoughts or golden nuggets on my social media pages that others might learn from as well.

  • Be Persistent AND Consistent

    Be Persistent AND Consistent

    Consistency is often hailed as the cornerstone of success in various aspects of life, whether it be personal development, professional growth, or achieving our goals. It's the steady and persistent effort we put in, day in and day out, that ultimately leads to significant progress and accomplishment. Today, we'll delve into the importance of consistency, its impact on our lives, and practical strategies to cultivate it.

  • Secrets of the Successful

    Secrets of the Successful

    I’m going to share with you the “10 Ancient Scrolls for Success” as presented in the book, "The Greatest Salesman in the World," by Og Mandino. I would encourage you to take some sort of action with them and apply it to your life. Years ago, I printed them out and posted them where I could see the 10 principles daily. Sometimes I would read them silently or out loud to set the intentions for my day. Although I haven’t done that for quite some time, they popped into my head most recently and I was reminded of a good habit that worked. Another tip for success… Don’t stop doing the things that work! If you do let a good habit slide, it’s almost like muscle memory, you can start it back up again and it will feel like a familiar routine.

  • Are you a Victor or a Victim?

    Are you a Victor or a Victim?

    Do you look to others who are where you want to be as source of inspiration? or Do you believe others have it better, easier, and more available to them? Do you accept challenges as opportunities for growth? or Do you let excuses determine why something won't work out? Do you believe you are capable of making incremental, consistent efforts? or Do you look at the big picture and feel small and incapable? What you choose determines victory over your life or becoming a victim to your circumstances.