The Bold Life Movement with Kimberly Rich
About This Show
The Bold Life Movement is all about empowering people to be their best, boldest, and happiest self. Each week we'll bring you true stories from inspiring people who prove that it's possible to life a passion-filled, rich life. Whether your goal is to build a business and travel the world, or cultivate better relationships, and a healthier lifestyle, The Bold Life Movement has you covered. Hear from successful entrepreneurs, bestselling authors, and other inspiring individuals, and learn how you can harness your own inner boldness to create your best life.
Most Recent Episode
Geoff Woods: From Employee to Entrepreneur - The Power of Finding a Mentor
Get ready for an extremely powerful and emotional episode of The Bold Life Movement. Today’s guest is Geoff Woods, host of The Mentee podcast, General Manager of the Publishing Division at Keller Williams Realty, Inc., and currently building a business with Jay Papasan at The1Thing.com. Geoff worked in medical device sales for five years. He made a good living selling a device that actually saved lives, but he knew he was meant for more. He knew he wanted to own a business that made a massive impact and provided financial security for his family, but he didn’t have a compelling reason to make a change. “I didn’t have a compelling reason to make change. There wasn’t enough pain in my life that forced me to make change.” In one week, things changed dramatically. One of his colleagues suffered a stroke at 35, and then his income was slashed by 40 percent. Geoff was compelled to move forward, and that’s when he heard the Jim Rohn quote, “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” None of Geoff’s five closest people were doing what he wanted to do – owning a business that made an impact in the world and provided financial security – and he realized that he could either take the easy road or the hard road to level up his five. The Hard Road – Setting a goal, settling a plan and figuring out how to get it done. You’re waking up every day and guessing. The Easy Road – Establish what you want, meet the people who already do it and let them tell you what to do. “I can take the easy road or the hard road. Most people are offered this choice everyday, and they don’t realize they’re choosing the hard road.” How did Geoff connect with the mentors that inspired him along the way? He started by gaining clarity