Tag: life advice
I originally created this podcast episode to get to the bottom of excuses. Our “reasons” for not doing something or doing something. They are usually based, in part at least, on bullshit. As a Lifestyle Designer, I have legitimately seen it and heard it all. You have gotten to this point in your life by the decisions you make, the things you have chosen to do or not to do. If you are unsatisfied with your present situation then please know that you have the power to change it.
In this episode, Megan discusses the top ten things she’s learned in the last 10 years. She uses her struggles, heartaches, and failures as hopeful lessons for the audience. She talks about the originals, the people who took giant leaps for the good of humanity. People like Elon Musk, Gary Vaynerchuk, Nikola Tesla, Benjamin Franklin, etc.
Plan Your Life, Live Your Plan: Intro to Life Planning and Lifestyle Design – Episode 14 The Megan James Show
If you have ever wondered what exactly Lifestyle Design is all about, then stay tuned! Megan is a Lifestyle Designer and takes great joy in helping her clients design lives they are proud of that bring them ultimate happiness and good health. In this episode, we walk the audience through what a lifestyle planning session would look like.
In this episode, we talk about the financial debt crisis and what you can do right here, right now, to flip the script on your situation. We give you our take on the situation based strictly on our experience. We provide some valuable insight and advice that has helped us and could help you too!
This podcast is for the students! Whether you are experiencing college as a young freshman or you’re hitting the university scene as an aged and mature adult student, you will be able to get plenty of helpful information from this podcast. This is also for any of those motivated high school students who are simultaneously getting their community college degree while they’re getting their high school diploma. This is also for those students who have to work jobs while getting their education.