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You are driven. You have all the drive you need within you. But is it in alignment with your true values and core desires? Join former pro athlete and drive expert, Kevin Miller as he talks with today’s most influential changemakers to uncover what truly drives them. We’re on a journey together to unearth what really drives you… what matters most. So you can drive further, faster, and enjoy the ride. When you know what drives you, what you want becomes inevitable. Kevin has had the honor of ...
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Join me Kevin Miller as I interview entrepreneurs, business owners and experts who share their stories and insight on how to be successful in business. Listen and learn as we have fun discussing their business journey from start up's to multi million dollar enterprise. I enjoy learning from the many high profile guests I have been fortunate enough to interview and I hope you do too. As a successful business owner and entrepreneur, I believe that we never stop learning. ' Every day is a schoo ...
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In this episode I’m going to give you a shortcut to making sure you find the best fit, whether you’re seeking a new job, a date, or any new opportunity. It doesn’t guarantee you’ll get the thing you want, but it gives you the best chance, and it will nearly guarantee you don’t end up in a situation you don’t want. In the last episode I had intervie…
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In this episode we give focus to our drive, in our work. Our work is a primary, if not the primary focus of our lives, at least from a daily time and energy devotion. The message here is in relation to the interviewing process, but as you’ll hear, so much of it relates to our lives overall. In any relationship and opportunity there is an aspect of …
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In this episode look at our physical wellness, as our bodies are the vehicle that houses everything we drive toward. Few things drive our appetites like…sugar. We see sugar as a gift and honor it like we honor wine. And like wine, it’s probably not best to have it in excess. For the greater span of time, humans went most of their lives with little …
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In this episode I address our drive to improve. If you didn’t have that drive, you wouldn’t be listening now. You want to improve. Better yourself. And the point is getting better results from your life and more joy and fulfillment in your soul. Yet we can fall into the trap of striving and striving and never being ok with ourselves right now. As w…
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I want to help you, and me, be aware that our brain is programmed to take everything that happens during our day, every source of input, and immediately run it through a filter of self-protection. And we don’t get our authentic selves from it. I saw a post recently that said “Awakening is not changing who we are, but discarding who we are not.” Our…
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What if most or all of your feelings were actually vibrations? And what you vibe with, is a similar frequency that you resonate with. And what feels off is a vibe you don’t resonate with? No right or wrong, but recognizing a tangible way to understand why some environments, circumstances, and people, feel good or bad to you? This has become a power…
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I've forever had my paradigm shifted with a new category of attributes. What are attributes? They are inherent qualities you possess. We all do. And they inform everything we do. Here is the story. Rich Diviney spent 20 years as a Navy SEAL, completing more than a dozen overseas deployments, eleven in Iraq and Afghanistan. He went on to be intimate…
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As your body is the physical vehicle for all you do here on earth, this episode is about having it in great working order. As we continue to look at the best foods to fuel our bodies, we now turn to fat. Most of grew up where fat was the enemy, so everything went to no fat or zero fat and we Americans got…fatter. As quoted by the NCBI, National Cen…
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Friends, this is a conviction I’m frustrated by and hopeful with. We are all wanting to better ourselves. We want it so we think differently and act differently and get better results. This is what fulfills us, and it’s what serves others best. So we truly want to grow and progress, but we take in untold amounts of information, we get inspired, and…
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Most of us work in order to make money. I’m going to assume that’s you. And making money is important. For this discussion, we’re going to take a look at the concept of work you enjoy outside of money. My dad, Dan Miller, wrote the book, 48 Days To The Work You Love. If you haven’t read it, go now to 48days.com and get a copy, just like over two mi…
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In the last episode I had James R Doty on the show. James is a neurosurgeon, a professor at Stanford, and author of Mind Magic: The Neuroscience of Manifestation And How It Changes Everything. I keep hearing feedback about the show and what most people are responding to is the concept of focusing on what you want, not on what you don’t want. Our su…
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I’ve continued to be skeptical of the whole “manifesting” concept, until now. As I’ve finally shown and convinced that I have been and always am manifesting most of my life. I don’t believe I’m all powerful or that I am God. But I do find that I generally reap what I sow. What my mind dwells on seems to come to pass, and my mind…our minds…naturally…
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As your body is the physical vehicle for all you do here on earth, this episode is about having it in great working order. As we continue to look at the best foods to fuel our bodies, we now turn to fruit. Where should it factor into your diet? Should you have any? A little or a lot? And then, which fruits are the most beneficial to your wellness? …
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Many of you, like me, think of yourselves as people seeking growth and change. And you are. But you also have a lot of struggles around actually changing. I’m learning about this and realizing I’m not near as change-minded and able as I’d like to admit. I see myself taking the easy way and falling to routine most of the time, and often, it’s ok. It…
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I’m on day four of a solo getaway. I currently have five of my kids and two grandkids living full time in my home. Circumstantially the days are full. We get them to four different schools in the morning, there is constant grocery shopping, clearing, fixing something that’s broken, dealing with issues with the six or seven cars at our house at any …
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We all know the debate between nature and nurture. I grew up with a focus on nurture. We become what we want. We blaze our own path. We make our reality. This seemed to work until later in life when, with some help from others, I was shown some sabotaging patterns in my life. A graph was made of my life and especially regarding my work, it showed m…
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We are driven by our values. Sometimes however, our values change, or we find ourselves in a place where it’s hard to live out our values. So we think about change. Which requires decisions. And boom. A crossroads. The comfort and security of where we are and what is known, and the fear of the unknown. It’s a big deal. However, I’ve got really hope…
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Welcome, I'm Kevin Miller, your host, guide and fellow traveler as we unearth what drives us. When we know what drives us and why, we get where we want to go. Our bodies drive everything we do, so in an effort to get them in the best shape possible, in this episode we are talking about food. I recently covered the best meats. Here, the best grains.…
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About three months ago before my father passed away, Dave Ramsey flew himself and his wife Sharon and three other couples, including Michael & Gail Hyatt, to my parents house to spend a day saying their last goodbyes. I hadn’t seen Dave & Sharon in years and it was great to connect. It also reminded me that for three decades, Dave has been talking …
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Everyone at some point has left a light on in their car and come out the next morning to a car that should be ready to roll, and the battery is dead. You have to jump start it. We do this with ourselves a lot by going to be with some lights left on that keep us from quality sleep, and we wake up need a jump start. A blaring alarm, maybe our spouse …
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We are driven to connect. And be connected to. There has never been more communication available and coming at us than today. And yet we have more isolation and loneliness than ever. It’s similar to food. In America we are massively overfed. We are bigger and heavier than ever. And yet we are chronically undernourished. We eat but don’t nourish. Li…
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Here is a business story, that is really a humanitarian story, but overall is an incredible story of drive I believe you’ll be inspired and equipped by. The story would make a great movie, and since my guest actually roomed with Matt Damon in college, it just might become one. James Rhee’s parents migrated to America from Korea. James was driven to…
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In our quest for health and wellness and looking at the food we eat, how we exercise and sleep and addressing our mental health, we often miss two primary areas of consumption; what we are breathing and drinking. I just want to trust that overall what I breathe and drink is ok and my body can handle it. It can, but it’s not optimal. My body can exi…
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For some reason unknown to me, narcissism is the new label slapped on anyone we feel is being selfish. And yes, I’ve had it attributed to me. And I feel it about others as well. In an article from the Center for Neurocognitive Excellence, they way a simple definition of narcissism would be an over-preoccupation with ourselves or being overly desiro…
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We are born into this world and we just take it in. It’s all we can do. We’re brought up and told what to do. Sent to school to learn the basics and pass tests, then on into the world to maybe get more schooling then ultimately get a job and pay the bills. The average person pursues little learning and growth as they just churn through life. Now, t…
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