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How often do you get to Friday and become overcome with frustration that you didn’t get what you wanted to accomplished?
In this episode of The HaltingWinter Podcast, Seth Winterhalter walks through the 5 steps to making sure you own your week and set it up for success toward the things that are most important.
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On this episode of The HaltingWinter Podcast, Seth Winterhalter continues telling his personal story in order to help us see how knowing your deepest rhythms will help you assess whether or not these thoughts and actions are actually helping you get to where you desire to be. If not, it’s time to create new rhythms with new habits. Seth uses his story to help you understand how to look back at your own life and assess in order to move forward.
On this episode of The HaltingWinter Podcast, Seth Winterhalter walks through his own life story to help you get clarity on how to look deeper at the rhythms and habits that have formed you. Rhythms formed in our childhood are often neutral, neither good nor bad. It’s what we do with those thoughts and actions in specific situations that reveal the effects of our particular rhythms. Listen in and share it if you find it helpful.
What if I told you there’s a secret to unlocking your potential and operating at your peak performance? And what if I told you it’s not building within you the habits of notable, successful leaders, entrepreneurs, or influencers?
What if I told you that the secret was simple? As simple as knowing yourself.
Sure, there are a few “secrets” to potential and performance but one of the most neglected is this:
In this episode of The HaltingWinter Podcast, Seth Winterhalter dives into this week’s topics on “Rhythms” and “Habits.” He walks through the differences and how you need to be careful to not try to adopt someone else’s rhythms for your own. When you do, you dance to music that you’ll never quite feel the beat to and that means you’re more likely to fall and fail.