The Today Matters Podcast with David K. Crawford
About This Show
David K. Crawford from www.davidkcrawford.com the Today Matters Blog brings his very best strategies, inspiration and motivation to helping you discover your primary purpose and live your dreams. David K. Crawford is one of the most sought after motivational speakers and success coaches has spent all of his adult life investing in and inspiring people. David brings 20+ years of strong and diverse leadership experience from serving as high-level decision-maker in corporate & non-profit entities as well as many civic and community organizations. These podcasts contain strategies and principles, from everything to how to maintain motivation, success secrets, how to change your beliefs and mindset, principles of prioritizing for productivity, power of your principal relationships, and self-management. These principles shared with humor and straightforward practical principles will challenge and change your life.
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Episode 000: Podcast – Coming Soon
May 20 14
Coming Soon The Today Matters Podcast with David K. Crawford
Did you know that the most important thing you do for your success is to take control of the suggestive elements in your environment? What you hear determines what you you believe! The average person drives 12,000 to 25,000 miles per year which works out to between 500 and 1,000 hours per year that the average person spends in his or her car. Be sure that what you are seeing and listening to is consistent with the goals you want to achieve. You can become an expert in your field, maintain your motivation and challenge your thinking just by simply listening to motivational audio programs as you drive from place to place.
That's what the Today Matters Podcast is designed to do. In the next few weeks the podcast will launch and begin its weekly syndication. Our GOAL is to bring you content that will continue to feed your mind with a stream of high-quality, educational, motivational material that moves you toward your goal.
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