Elliot Roe is a hypnotherapist and mindset optimization coach who has worked with everyone from Olympic medalists to Hollywood actors, CEOs and Wall Street traders—and today, he joins Nick on the podcast to discuss how he makes it all happen. After getting his start working with professional poker players, he has helped his clients generate hundreds of millions of dollars by shifting their mindsets, correcting negative behaviors, eliminating fears, and breaking through mental roadblocks.
In this episode, Nick and Elliot discuss some of the commonalities that Elliot has seen with entrepreneurs, CEOs, and athletes that hold many of them back. The reality is that many of these people know what they should be doing, but there is something preventing them from actually doing it. (Sound familiar?) Elliot goes on to share a few of his best tips to help people in these situations as well as some fascinating stories and insights from the 10,000+ hypnotherapy sessions he has done over the years with successful entrepreneurs, celebrities, and athletes.
Psychiatrist, executive coach, podcast host and 9-time bestselling author Dr. Mark Goulston is back on the podcast for part 2 of his conversation with Nick! If you haven't listened to part 1, be sure to go back and check it out here. Today, Nick and Mark continue their conversation around what it means to be a productive and successful business leader, going deeper on what they talked about in part one as well as introducing a number of new topics.
In this episode, Nick and Mark discuss why people like Steve Jobs and Elon Musk are not just leaders, but visionaries—and how they got that way. Mark also provides a simple framework for how managers can develop great working relationships with their employees while also navigating tough conversations with them. But it's not all relegated to business owners and managers! Mark also dishes out some amazing advice for employees to have the best possible performance review with their boss while at the same time uncovering the next steps to advancing their career. And, to top it all off, Mark tells us why he believes "self-discipline" is a terrible concept. Listen to the episode to find out why.
Psychiatrist, executive coach, podcast host and 9-time bestselling author Dr. Mark Goulston shares advice for navigating the challenging interpersonal & intrapersonal situations to which every single human can relate. His signature strategies--like surgical empathy and assertive vulnerability--provide an invaluable road map to becoming a better leader, listener and communicator in everyday life.
In addition to being a former UCLA professor of psychiatry and FBI/police hostage negotiation trainer, Dr. Mark Goulston hosts the "My Wakeup Call" podcast, he's a keynote speaker, and he is the author or co/author of nine books, including "Just Listen," which has been translated into 28 languages and became the top book on listening in the world. Mark is also a Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coaches executive coach and a Founding Member of the Newsweek Expert Forum.
Using a process he coined and developed called “Surgical Empathy”, Mark works with clients to help them break free from counterproductive habits and behaviors while integrating new productive alternatives that enable them to fulfill their potential.
Dr. Mark Goulston has hundreds of small techniques that entrepreneurs and business leaders can use to have more productive interactions, get positive results out of the people around them, and build a better culture, both at home and at work.
Most recently, Dr. Goulston partnered with Jason Reid on a series called "Own the Mental Health of Your Child," that they are presenting globally through YPO and EO.
Check out the full show notes at https://getleverage.com/podcast/91