About The Guest:
Tom Asacker writes and teaches about radically new practices and ideas for success in times of uncertainty and change. He is the author of critically acclaimed books including “The Business of Belief,” and he’s the creator of “I am Keats,” a philosophy focused on transformation. A popular speaker, he lectures to corporations, associations, and university audiences around the world, and works confidentially with executives and management teams at a number of top companies.
In this episode you’ll learn about
What are your “beliefs”
Being driven by inspiration vs. data
Just because you choose to go one direction, doesn’t mean that you won’t have some serendipitous event that changes your course of life.
Just enjoying your journey, whether it is a journey full of struggle or journey full of success.
Tom’s work allows people to think of themselves as being in a “mental cell,” to think clearly outside that, and learn how to make better decisions.
There is a powerful misconception among people that they have on ones identity.
The process is the goal, not where you think you are going to get to in the future.
There is no linear path to success and happiness. This illusion of stability causes people to wake up when they are 40 or 50 and think to themselves, “What happened when I flipped the switch and he interviewed me?”
Logan Tyler Nelson is the creator of Scratch You Own Itch podcast, Performance Enhancement Expert, and Published author on Thrive Global. Logan graduated with. BFA In Acting from NIU. He inspires and motivates you to “Scratch Your Own Itch” so you can grow personally and professionally.
Logan equips people with the tools necessary to live CREATIVE and CURIOUS lives, and leaves people better equipped to manage change effectively.
His WHY is he’s a suicide survivor, and shares his powerful testimony globally.
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