We get to build on the conversation that we first had with Elias Rodriguez on how he was forced to grow through the experiences he had with his family, ministry, and his relationship with his wife.
I have known Elias for over 15 years and I've witnessed the evolution of thought, wisdom, and growth that Elias has had. I am always impressed with people who do not hide who they are but rather, they share so that others can benefit.
Your pain, kept as a secret, can kill you internally. In this episode, Elias Rodriguez and I talk about the upbringing that shaped him, both good and bad, and how he had to come to terms with the reality of his experiences.
Elias drops wisdom on the liberation you receive when you allow yourself to be your true self. Sometimes we have limiting beliefs because of what people tell have told us. Other times, it's because we are ashamed of our past. Whatever is holding you down, you'll be able to take from Elias' story key principles that will position you so that the healing process can begin.
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This episode shows that our lives are always evolving. We revisit some of Greta's story and pull lessons out of her experiences. Her candor has helped numerous people in and out of church, and she's proven that she is much more than a singer.
Greta is a byproduct of God's faithfulness. Through her vulnerabilities and honesty, Greta has become a leader that leads from the front lines.
We discuss relationships, faith, mentorship, calling, purpose, and issues of the heart.
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Nohan Cruz from Nike returns to share the new experinces at one of the most creative companies in the world. He is also is shows us how to be mission-minded.
Nohan shares multiple stories about how being ready has led him to jump into great opportunities as they arise. From being on the largest christian radio station in the U.S. to taking over at Nike talent recruiting, Nohan shares key principles that apply to being ready when those opportunities arise.
How do you infuse what you do for God with your career in a way where there is no disticntion?
How does marriage work when you're going 100 MPH and how do you communicate what you're up to?
Why is communicating the vision so vital to orgnizational success?
All these questions are answered on this amazing episode of Faith Hustle Podcast.
What does the leader need their life to be?
Hear from one of my good friends, Marissa C. who helps lead one of the most historical churches in the south bay.
She shares what the heart of a leader must be like and her experiences leading those on her team.
We spend so much time in school learning to read, write, and to communicate well, yet don't spend enough time learning how to listen to others. It is an underdeveloped skill.
You won't find many successful leaders who aren't good at listening.
In this episode, you'll learn how to apply listening skills in every situation with people and the three ways to listen.
You think amazing leaders and successful people are born with "it" and that you're not?
In this episode, Fredy shares some the lessons he learned on his trip to Israel.
Let's gear up for another strong season.
We all have the power to influence others. I mean really. You are influential even if you don't feel like you are.
I tell the story of a few teachers that would uncover gold in their students and how I benefitted from having tough teachers.
I don't remember the name of a lot of my teachers . . . just the ones that impacted me for good.
You can influence and impact others for good and I'll share with you why it's important to find the gold in others.
The "if" in the statement lets you know that it's conditional. You must build first to then receive the ___(fill in the blank)__.
So the question that needs to be asked is: What should I be focused on building?
Spring reminds me of baseball and that 1989 movie Field of Dreams where Kevin Costner's character, Ray hears a voice whisper to him, "if you build it, they will come."
God calls us to do the incredible, the impossible, the crazy, and it's our faith to listen to His voice that allows us to do the things we need to do to succeed.
In this episode, we discuss the principle of believing the call (faith) and doing the things we need to do (hustle) to become the person to reach fulfillment in our calling.
Most people don't have goals because they don't find value in them. Although we could talk about the value of them, today we discuss the areas in which you MUST set goals.
A lot of people don't want to set goals because they fear they won't complete them.
Fredy shares with you F.A.C.E.F.E.A.R.S so that you can easily remember and jot these goals down.
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The temptation we often face is to look beyond today to the "someday" when we've "made it" and longer have to endure the things of today.
Yet, what we fail to realize is that neglecting our responsibilities today keep us from achieving tomorrow.
In this episdoe, Fredy gives you the reasons why you need to dominate where you are today and 3 Keys to do so.
How do you overcome the constant distractions that are keeping you from your priorities?
Do you feel like you are pouring out more than you're receiving making you less effective?
In this episode, we explore the concept of planned neglect, a way of doing things so that the main things stay the main things.
If you apply this principle then you won't be easily pulled in different directions.
Ever feel like you don't achieve the things you set out to do or to get and wonder why?
Most New Year's resolutions are forgotten about in the first three weeks of the New Year! That is astonishing!
In this episode, we talk about 4 things that keep hustlers from achieving their goals. This is one you'll want to hear over and over.
You can only control two things: You activity and your attitude.
In this episode, Fredy explains the need for a positive attitude so that you can live as an achiever and not a victim.
Let's dive in!
Put this introspective routine in place at the end of every month so that you can build upon your successes and failures.
You will have better months if you take the time to assess every month that passes by.
In this episode, Fredy shares the 10 questions you must ask yourself at the end of every month.
As the year ends most people mistakingly evaluate their goals based on results. You shouldn't.
You should measure your goals based on your commitment to them.
In this episode, I'll give you practical examples of how committing changes the goal game.
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If you want to succeed, don't quit.
The theme remains the same because that's one thing I see in many people who are full of potential.
In this motivational episode, I will give you the mindset you need to have to apply to your prayers and your life so that you can Crush It!
Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.
It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.
“If you are going through hell, keep going.”
“Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree.”
“Every strike brings me closer to the next home run.”
If you're not growing you're not going . . . anywhere. It should be your focus to develop yourself and those around you.
In today's episode you will learn key principles to adhere to in your people development journey.
People development principles
1. People development takes time.
“Leaders don’t create followers, they create more leaders.” — Tom Peters
“Winning companies win because they have good leaders who nurture the development of other leaders at all levels of the organization.” — Noel Tichy
2. People skills are essential for success
“Big jobs usually go to the men who prove their ability to outgrow small ones.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson
3. Be a model that others can follow
“The more seriously you take your growth, the more seriously your people will take you.” — John Maxwell
4. Leaders must care for people before they can develop them.
People won't care how much you know until they know how much you care.
5. People developers look for opportunities to build people.
6. The greatest potential for growth of a company is growth of its people.
With modern technologies and a vast array of distractions, human attention spans are now averaging only 8 seconds.
Even more alarming than that, leaders are admitting more and more that they cannot stay focused on important tasks for too long.
Students aren't studying when they should be studying. Gym goers are giving their workouts only minimal efforts. Leaders aren't sharpening their tools because they are constantly losing focus.
Today's episode will help us with three ways to bring focus back to the Faith Hustle equation.
Whether they know it or not, everyone has a dream. Unfortunately, you may not realize how to make that dream a reality.
As dreamers, it is your responsibility to own your dream and duties it requires. God will handle His part.
In this episode, Fredy talks about the importance of owning your dream and how to show ownership.
It's time that you stop blaming others for the poor results that you get. It's time to take responsibility for it will enrich you.
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In this ever-shrinking world you are taught more and more that you should not burn any of your bridges. The idea is that you'll never know when you need that contact, opportunity, and connection again.
Fredy believes that keeping your bridges up should not be an absolute. In fact, I encourage bridge burning.
In this episode, Fredy shares four bridges everyone should burn and why you should do so.
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It may seem that you're getting the short end of the stick when you don't get the opportunities you deserve. Yet, what you may not realize is that you don't have to complain, cry, or get bitter about it.
In fact, you can take the rejection and create your own opportunity to get better.
In this episode, Fredy gives you three mindset shifts that will help you to get better.
Laura Contreras personifies what Faith Hustle is all about. She is a wife, a mother, a business woman, a speaker, a consultant, an award-winning author, a leader, and on and on and on. The list is endless. But one of the things Laura takes pride in the most is setting the example for the next generation.
She believes we must care for the youth of today and inspire them to grow and succeed past their fears, doubts, and obstacles. She even shares how sometimes, the fears of a parent can be demoralizing to a young dreamer.
As we continue our series with women, we honor all the other mother's who are thriving in their industries. We thank God for all the women that are part of the Faith Hustle Nation!