Hal's Podcast

This podcast will teach you to achieve your goals, and pursue a fulfilling lifestyle.

Episode 292

The Only Skill That Matters with Jonathan Levi

If you’ve listened to the podcast for a while, you’ve probably heard me say that it’s not what you learn that really matters – it’s what you live that ultimately impacts your life.

Why? It’s simple: if you don’t apply what you’ve learned, it doesn’t do you much good.

However, the irony is that how you live begins with what you learn. We can only live a better life to the degree that we learn what exactly that looks like, and what it takes to live it.

Few people know this better than Jonathan Levi, author of the new book, The Only Skill That Matters, which explores the reasons and methods surrounding learning and memory – and will teach you how to learn anything three times faster.

 

LISTEN
Search Podcasts

Episode 284

Can Money Actually Buy Happiness? with Moneeka Sawyer

On today’s podcast, I talk with Moneeka Sawyer, author of Choose Bliss: The Power and Practice of Joy and Contentment, who redefines success (and specifically financial success) and how it ties into our happiness. Moneeka may be one of the most blissful people you’ll ever meet! 

Today, Moneeka joins us to define what BLISS really is, how money can make a difference (and when it doesn’t), and how to own your feelings—good and bad—while still committing authentically to your happiness.

LISTEN

Episode 283

Why “Burning Your Boats” is Terrible Advice with Tim Grahl

In today’s episode, my friend and best-selling author, Tim Grahl, and I discuss why burning your boats may be the wrong strategy and one you want to avoid, and then we share what we believe will be a much better approach for your to take your success to the next level and beyond.  

LISTEN

Episode 282

Why Human Nature is the #1 Obstacle Holding You Back (and How to Overcome It)

Do you know what’s standing in the way of creating and experiencing everything you want for your life? The answer might surprise you. 

Our cavemen and cavewomen ancestors were biologically programmed to do two things: survive and rest. Our agenda back then was simple: hunt and gather food so that we could sustain life, find shelter, and rest until we needed more food to eat or a new shelter to rest under. We were NOT, however, designed to achieve, to get ahead, or to be successful.

So, to this day human beings unconsciously abide by our inborn human nature, and it prevents us from creating and experiencing what we deeply want to create and experience in our lives. 

LISTEN

Episode 281

From Homeless and Addicted to Drugs to Transforming Lives with Mark Crandall

Long before Mark Crandall became a member of the Quantum Leap Mastermind program that I recently told you about, he was a lost young man with countless traumatic experiences. He spent time in jail, was a drug addict, and carried an underlying self-hatred. 

He’s since transcended his adversity and become keynote speaker, licensed master social worker, chemical dependency counselor, clinical interventionist, the author of Embrace Your Past, WinYour Future, host of two podcasts, and a highly sought after clinical interventionist.

LISTEN