It's a Good Life, the podcast for entrepreneurs. A podcast about growth - personal growth and growing your business. Inspirational and practical content that reflects the positivity it takes to be an entrepreneur. Presented by Brian Buffini founder of America’s biggest corporate coaching company. Entrepreneurship isn’t always an easy life, but with the right guidance, it can be a good one. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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No matter the goals we set or the work we do, our negative thoughts can still create roadblocks to success. In this replay episode, Brian examines why we become what we think about and teaches how to develop personal and business philosophies to thin... more
In striving to succeed and reach their goals, many people experience a challenging balancing act between their emotions and their logic. In this episode, Brian examines the reasons for this internal tug of war and teaches how to achieve more balance ... more
In today’s fast-paced and demanding world, it can feel impossible to say no to anything. Unfortunately, spreading yourself too thin means exposing yourself to a high risk of chronic burnout. In part 2 of this episode, Brian examines how to put certai... more
No kidding, after listening to both podcasts on “Burn Out,” Little River Band’s “Cool Change” came up on my playlist! It’s time for a cool change! Perfect! Thank you for this encouragement!
I’m a Welshman, hailing from the small town of Pontypool and now in Loudoun County, VA. After hearing of Brian Buffini just last year and completing the ‘100 days to greatness’ course, these podcasts have become my ‘continuing education’ in my relatively new career of real estate agent. The content was so relevant that I had to start at the very beginning, episode 1, and the reason I have not yet reached 100 is because I have to listen to some episodes multiple times before continuing. Queen Mar... more
Years and years ago, when I started my real estate journey in Canada; Brian Buffini was the very FIRST training that my Broker, Mentor & Coach had recommended - thanks Ray Yenkana from RE/MAX Little Oak Realty in BC, Canada! Ever since then, I have taken and attended many training sessions and always continuously listen to other podcasts – and; Brian's wealth of knowledge, his connections & access to his guests, plus, the advice on life, books to read, mentoring on many topics, consistent market... more
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Brian Buffini has always filtered thru many books and from there I select books to read. Some authors and subjects lead me back to the sources and/or ideas I use to go deeper. Thanks for the review Brian and your insights with Daniel Pink! I will be reading this book when my new credits start tomorrow!
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It's a Good Life launched 6 years ago and published 348 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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