WARRIOR OF LIGHT
One of the most important rules in business: be authentic. But there is one equally as important in today’s booming business world: stay relevant. Combine these two together, and your business could dominate the marketplace. How do we adapt to the mindset of consumers? How do we look at the business landscape as free range, instead of getting stuck in the habits of big business culture?
THE STAND UP WARRIOR
As entrepreneurs, we spend a lot of time planning our success. How will we get there? What will it take? What should I build my business on? We focus on the building and maintaining portion of our careers or businesses. What about our exit plan? What happens when we’ve reached the end of the road for our business or career? It’s just as important to have an exit plan, as it is anything else in your business.
THE ANTMAN WARRIOR
How do you ensure your business is really doing the most it can for your customer’s needs? Are you taking the right approach? Are you being insightful and innovative? Ken Rutsky joins us to tell exactly how to achieve all these key factors, and more.
WARRIOR OF COURAGE
The caterpillar is a metaphor we often hear for positive change. Take a look at your business, for example. How do you ensure your business is evolving to keep up with the fast pace at which the world constantly moves? Being honest with ourselves, we know the world doesn’t stop turning for anyone. If we want to be successful in our endeavors, we have to keep pushing ourselves forward, ensuring we can evolve and adapt to changes as they come.
People say the greatest gift you can give the world is yourself. What’s your story? What makes you different? If you’re looking for a sign to make the leap, this is it. It’s never too late to reinvent yourself and reach further than you already are. Maybe you’ve given up because you tried and did poorly. But what is success without failure? James Altucher joins us to discuss mastering the art of doing what you love, and the journey it takes to get there.
Would you consider yourself brave enough to put your ideas out into the world, to share with anyone willing to listen? Most of us haven’t found that sweet spot of bravery yet. How do we channel that warrior spirit that leads us to success within our goals?
WARRIOR OF KEATS
Do you ever find yourself making up stories? Reaching a particular conclusion based on emotionally charged thoughts or intentions? We all do it. We find ourselves worrying over things we did not, or do not, need to. When that’s the case, who is really in charge of our mind? If we are holding ourselves back by being reactive, versus proactive, what are we really doing for ourselves?
WARRIOR OF COURAGE TO LEARN
There’s a million reasons to go into business. Here on Creative Warriors, I believe the reason to go into business is to build something that matters. To know our contributions matter. How do you create the most value within your business, though? With today’s ever-changing business economy, you aren’t just competing in within your industry anymore. Our choices have become worldwide. So how do we keep ahead of the game? How do we maintain a business that matters, and become the obvious choice?
WARRIOR OF TRUE IDENTITY
Creativity can be hard to achieve at times. As we know, it takes a lot of time and effort to become the ultimate creative warrior. Often times, it can be a struggle to find the creative voice inside yourself. In order to do so, it takes inspiration and hard work. Most of us find ourselves good at one or the other, but who says you can’t be good at both? On this week’s episode, we will be discussing making your “spark and grind” work for you, with Erik Wahl.
WARRIOR OF CALMNESS
What can we gain from losing? Some of you might say nothing, but hold your horses! How can we truly learn to see the positive in losing? Is it even possible for those of us who consider ourselves to be extremely competitive? There are some real benefits to losing, and since it is an inevitable piece of life, we might as well learn how to win at losing! How though? Don’t worry, we have the inside scoop, thanks to Sam Weinman.