Episode 16 |

Shaping Ideas and Remembering Experiences Through Sketchnotes with Mike Rohde

Mike Rohde believes that the idea of saving all the things we need to remember and need to do solely within our mind is an ineffective way to retain and process different experiences, ideas, and conversations we come across in our lives. Instead, influenced by his background as a UX designer, Mike is able to remember and process things in a highly creative, highly effective way that I’m excited about sharing. They’re called sketchnotes, and they take the concept of taking notes to another level. They amplify notes with small pictures, differing fonts, and an emphasis on important details. In this episode, Mike peels back the layers of how sketchnotes rewire the way you process and retain information, and explains that anyone, artistically inclined or challenged, can benefit from taking stylized notes, even for personal use.

Episode 14 |

The Power Of The Morning Ritual To Transform Your Life with Raul Villacis

Like me, Raul Villacis has gone through a radical transformation. He was in a job that was going nowhere, his body was in a constant pain that doctors couldn’t figure out, and he found himself turning to alcohol to escape his reality. It wasn’t until he found the power of a morning ritual that he turned his life around. For such a simple practice, it is amazing the type of power it can have in revitalizing a life and career. He’s now a successful coach running a sought-after mastermind group, and has learned to master his state in a way that keeps him in control of his emotions and his destiny. We discuss how to open your mind to personal development, creating a ritual that sticks and the role gratitude plays in motivations.