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  • Why ‘Being Wrong’ Can Be the Greatest Thing You Allow Yourself to Do
    Being ‘right’ can feel good a lot of the time. But opening ourselves up to the idea of being ‘wrong’ is where real personal growth and progression comes from. I like being right about things. It feels good. In fact, […]
    Michael Glover - April 10, 2017
  • How to Achieve Without Setting Goals
    Goal setting is something that’s deeply ingrained in our culture to a point where it’s seen as downright stupid to not do it. But is it possible to achieve without having strict goals? Goals are like weird uncles. Everyone has one, […]
    Michael Glover - March 6, 2017
  • Why I’m Giving Up Being An Entrepreneur
    It sounds stupid. But I spent a large part of my life suppressing my creative urges through the tag of ‘entrepreneur’. Now, I’m finally shrugging that off… and it feels so liberating. For almost five years now, I’ve considered myself to […]
    Michael Glover - February 27, 2017
  • The Power of Saying Balls to ‘Finding Your Purpose’
    I spent so much time losing my mind asking myself “what’s my purpose?” My inability to find an answer left me lost and pissed off. Then I realised what a shitty ass non-question it is. This article was originally published […]
    Michael Glover - February 20, 2017
  • 82: The Mind Shifts Behind Going From ‘Average Joe to CEO’ with Joe Apfelbaum
    This week, I’m delighted to welcome Joe Apfelbaum onto the show. Joe is CEO of Ajax Union, a massively successful digital marketing agency based in New York and also runs his own blog, YouTube channel and podcast. Right now, he’s […]
    Michael Glover - January 16, 2017
  • 76: The Secrets to Connecting Deeply & Effectively with Others with Peter Svenning
    It’s a podcast first this week for me as I welcome the first Norwegian guest onto the show. And what a wonderful conversation it was with the amazing man that is Peter Svenning. Peter helps people and businesses develop leadership, connection […]
    Michael Glover - November 28, 2016
  • Four Things I’d Say to My Anxiety-Filled Younger Self
    Social anxiety was something I suffered with throughout my youth. Ten years on from my 18th birthday, here are four things I’d say to that younger self. This article was originally published on Tiny Buddha. You can view it here. As […]
    Michael Glover - November 19, 2016
  • How To Be More Confident In All Areas Of Life
    We’ve all wished for more confidence at some point in our lives. But what exactly is it? And how do we actually get more of it? Confidence is one of those things I’m sure almost all of us have struggled with […]
    Michael Glover - October 24, 2016
  • 71: How to Get Unstuck by Dealing with These Three “Douchebags in Your Head”
    I’ve often referred to ‘that douchebag in your head’ in various blogs, Facebook posts and podcasts. What I’m referring to here is, essentially, the voices in our heads that continually chatter to us about everything that’s negative in our individual […]
    Michael Glover - October 20, 2016
  • 68: Five Things to Remember When Setting Goals You Don’t Want to Flake Out On
    Goal setting is something I’ve always reluctantly done yet secretly hated. Why? Because I do it like I’m ‘supposed to’ while secretly feeling like I know nothing, or at least very little, is ever going to materialise. Every New Year, […]
    Michael Glover - October 6, 2016

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