Shifting Your Identity: How To Become the Person that Attracts Success with Jim Fortin

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Real talk: Have you ever struggled to attract success into your life?

What I mean is, if you look at your life as it is today, would you consider yourself “successful”?

If you're thinking “mmmm not exactly” then today's episode is a must-listen if you want to change the story for 2018.

Why?

Because in today's episode Josh is sitting down with Jim Fortin for one of the best conversations around changing your ingrained (and let's keep it real: slightly self-sabotaging) beliefs so you can create a life you feel excited to wake up to.

Best of all, this change can start to happen today.

First though, you gotta listen to the episode. *wink*

The Biggest Takeaways from This Episode:

  • {9:10} The difference between content and context 
  • {12:50} The concept of “be, do, have” and why most people get it wrong
  • {14:48} Why “I don't have the money” is keeping you stuck
  • {17:35} Why confidence is truly an illusion and where it REALLY comes from
  • {18:30} How commitment, responsibility and self-integrity can transform your life
  • {22:31} Why taking “massive action” isn't always the right fit for entrepreneurs
  • {30:34} How long does it really take to make a lasting change in your life
  • {33:24} Why habits matter more than beliefs
  • {39:15} How to legit “work less and make more”
  • {43:07} Why “I don't have enough time (or energy)” is bullshit

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12 Comments

  1. Nick Dorogavtsev

    A lot of woo woo at the begining….

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      • Nick Dorogavtsev

        Indeed 🙂

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    • Jim Fortin

      What does it matter if there is “woo woo” if that makes people millions? Define “woo woo” and define “a lot,” (as in less than 1 minute.) My average coaching client makes over $1,000,000 a year. I don't think they have a problem with “woo woo.” And, BTW, lots of “woo woo” is backed by science.

      Reply
  2. Celeste Jensen

    That was a fantastic episode! I have frequently been frustrated by my inability to change even though my intent was good. It's so helpful to understand the psychology behind change and habits so I can focus my efforts on what will actually make lasting change! I'm going to work being responsible, committed, and self integral. I'm also going to focus on creating supportive habits. Thanks for taking the time to do this podcast and points to Josh for taking the heat answering all those questions that were thrown at him! That would have stressed me out.

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    • Jill Stanton

      Looooove hearing this, Celeste! And I totally agree! I would have froze with all those Qs that Josh tackled haha!

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  3. Dennis L.

    I don't remember the last time I face-palmed myself so much, I'll check on Jim's work, freaking awesome episode, thanks guys!

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    • Jill Stanton

      RIGHT?! He's so spot on!

      So happy to hear you enjoyed the episode 🙂

      Reply
  4. Brian Abela

    What an amazing episode. I've already listened to it three times and learned something new each time. Thanks for posting. Will have to check out Jim's work…. Responsibility – Self-Integrity and Commitment….words to live by!

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    • Josh Stanton

      Right?? Those 3 words really sunk in for me as well! Glad you liked the episode 🙂

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      • Brian Abela

        Indeed. I could hear it in your voice as you were responding to Jim and you know what it really resonated with me. I've already made a conscious effort to stick to those three words each day….not always easy but it's a goal of mine for 2018.

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        • Jill Stanton

          LOVE hearing this, Brian! So happy to hear it resonated with you in such a big way 🙂

          Reply

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