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Dorothy and the Dealer Podcast
58 minutes | 3 days ago
93: Spotlight on Client, Celine Egan
Is this your fave line from this podcast? Get listening so you can let us know!“The only 𝒄𝒐𝒏𝒕𝒓𝒐𝒍 you have is how you are going to 𝐬𝐡𝐨𝐰 𝐮𝐩 today”.This week’s special Dorothy and the Dealer guest, Celine Egan, lives by this motto and ironically it was put to the test in this very episode, when the universe decided to deliver its fair share of *technical difficulties*A leader, personal development junkie, keen student, incredible teacher, and kind-hearted human, Celine isn’t the sort of person to let a little disrupted internet connection stand in her way though.In fact, she’s the sort of person who let’s NOTHING stop her.Celine first stumbled upon the MJB way when her husband Michael wanted to do some personal development, and our name was dropped as one that “wouldn’t scare him away” Since then though, it’s grown into a self-confessed ‘love affair’.For Celine, knowledge is like breathing. As she puts it: “From the moment you are born to the moment you die, it is a journey of learning. When you get to the point where you think you have learnt it all, life throws curveballs your way.” So tune in to find out some of the best bits along her journey, including: Having the privilege to meet Jack Canfield (and be invited to his house!) Being given the gift of incredible friendships The chance meeting that led to her becoming a National Sales Manager of Juice Plus Australia The great advice her dad gave her about wealth As Celine says - we are all pebbles in the pond of life. The question is are you going to keep creating waves for others. So listen in, because who knows - this might be the pebble that starts the ripple of inspiration in you!
23 minutes | 10 days ago
92: Breaking The Addiction Mindset
The opposite of addiction isn’t sobriety, it's connection.Read. That. Again.Everyone has their addiction in life. And if we are being honest with ourselves they all start from one place - connection - and the feelings we have as we try to chase it.That’s why on this week’s episode of Dorothy and the Dealer, Mitch and Mills deal with the root of the problem - the mindset that leads us to this place.Want to know more?Let’s break it down: There’s a conscious behaviour that happens because of a subconscious motive (root cause) The feelings (conscious behaviour) we have are temporary and actually there to tell US what needs transforming We find it easy to try and fix something in someone else, because we haven’t worked out those issues ourselves. So when you start to get into your feelings sometimes (just like that Drake song) remember that it’s okay. So long as you don’t feed into it and stay there.Find the connection you seek. And go after it.
44 minutes | 17 days ago
91: Spotlight on Client, Kimberley Wenya
Is there honestly anything cooler than calling Mr Brightside the “Bohemian Rhapsody” of the millennial generation?That’s the kind of authenticity and vibe that just flows from our beloved client and today’s special Dorothy and the Dealer guest, Kimberley Wenya.A manifestation and mindset mentor, Kimberley is focused on empowering young women to not just live their dream lives, but create them through understanding duality, universal laws, energetics and vibration. A qualified osteopath, Kimberley combines science and mindset to achieve her results, and first met us back at Master Mind and Money. Now she’s running her business (and absolutely s.l.a.y.i.n.g. it might we add) and is continuing to grow and transform as part of our business coaching program - Evolve.Listen in to hear about how she manifested her dream Tesla, job, and home! And here’s the best bit - she’s the first to say that you can do it too!All you have to do is start asking yourself: “What is going to move that needle forward today?”So, if you want to see superior results in your life, want to stop settling, are eager to see how the universe has your back, or just can’t quite wrap your head around what this crazy ‘manifestation’ thing is - then THIS is the podcast for you.
39 minutes | 24 days ago
90: Why Fads Fail
WANT TO KNOW THE SECRET TO WHY YOU’RE NOT SUCCEEDING Are you the sort of person who makes plans to do something but 𝐍𝐄𝐕𝐄𝐑 follows through? Or starts a challenge but slowly 𝐆𝐈𝐕𝐄𝐒 𝐔𝐏 on it somewhere around the halfway mark?What if we told you there’s a *secret* to why fads like this fail… In today’s episode of Dorothy and The Dealer, Mitch and Mills delve into why you shouldn’t follow fads, but 𝒄𝒓𝒆𝒂𝒕𝒆 𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒎 (thanks @DrJohnDemartini for that inspiring line). So what’re the key takeaways to help 𝐘𝐎𝐔 succeed (without giving too much away): Most people set themselves up to fail because they make excuses before they start You need to have a clear, value-driven outcome You have to lean INTO the hard stuff. Being mentally comfortable gets you nowhere. A dream is nothing without the process behind it. And that brings beauty and pain. So don’t waste any more time. Get clear on your priorities. And balance the pluses and minuses of your life today. Take it step-by-step and give this episode a listen.
73 minutes | a month ago
89: Interview with Wildlife Expert, Damien Mander
𝐅𝐫𝐨𝐦 𝐦𝐞𝐫𝐜𝐞𝐧𝐚𝐫𝐲 𝐬𝐧𝐢𝐩𝐞𝐫 𝐭𝐨 𝐠𝐥𝐨𝐛𝐚𝐥 𝐜𝐨𝐧𝐬𝐞𝐫𝐯𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐢𝐬𝐭.Sometimes you’re lucky enough to meet people whose story just blows you away. And that’s exactly the case with this week’s Dorothy and the Dealer special guest, Damien Mander. A rascal to rescuer, trust us when we say we waited a year to speak to him - and this is one podcast you 𝐃𝐎𝐍’𝐓 𝐖𝐀𝐍𝐓 𝐓𝐎 𝐌𝐈𝐒𝐒. The founder and CEO of the International Anti Poaching Foundation (IAPF), Damien’s life has taken him all over Australia and the world. From his birth in Melbourne to joining the navy and training in Sydney, all the way to serving as a sniper in war-torn countries in the Middle East and now creating and running the only network of nature reserves in the world to be protected by women.But it’s his humble attitude to seize the opportunities he’s been given over the years and his ability to put his ego aside that makes his story a must-listen. Just 19 when he left to go to the military, he was desperate to become a navy diver. And one of the hardest challenges he faced was the acceptance test. “There are very few things that will strip you bare to your soul and make you understand who you are as a person… It’s 80% mental and 20% physical. I remember passing that and thinking anything is possible.” But it wasn’t until years later when he left the military that Damien knew he needed to get his “s*!t together, and so in 2009, after spending time working with rangers and witnessing harrowing encounters with injured wildlife, he created the International Anti Poaching Foundation, which has helped increase wildlife numbers by nearly 400% and brings the same amount of money go into communities in 34 days that trophy hunting does in a year.“Seeing an elephant with its face cut off, for something you can hold in your hand. You’re either part of the problem or part of the solution… Every day I am conscious about thinking ‘how can I do a little bit better today than yesterday?’”So, what’s his secret to living a good life you ask then? How can 𝐖𝐄 actually make a difference? Well, it boils down to 𝐞𝐠𝐨. And if you listen in you’ll find that by doing less we can actually do more.
23 minutes | a month ago
88: Winning At The Game Of Life
Are you more a TACTICS person, or a STRATEGY type of guy or gal?We play a lot of game’s here at MJB, and over the years we’d like to think that we’ve come up with some pretty good wisdom about how to secure a winning hand. So in today’s episode of Dorothy and the Dealer we are diving into how to win at the Game of Life.On the one hand, you’ve got tactics. Like in Monopoly, when you work your way across the board as you build up your bank. $100 from a chance card here, a few spare dollars under free parking, another lap around Go for $200. You HUSTLE, finding an idea to get you as far as you can go.But on the other side, you’ve got a strategy or systems.This is where you develop a long-term plan that works around limitations that might pop up. So as that Scottie Dog races around you’re thinking which properties are most landed on, and which will give you the best return on investment. You have a big picture, one that looks ahead 20, 30, or 50, more laps around the board. So which one are you? Because when it boils down to it, money is just a game. And the way we play games is a direct reflection of how we play the game of life.If you get frustrated and annoyed in poker that’s the way you react to real-world struggles. If you play it safe in Yahtzee, you might never end up being brave enough to take leaps in life.Listen in to find out how YOU play. And then make sure you test out your skills in our upcoming challenge - The Money Game.
57 minutes | 2 months ago
87: Spotlight on Clients, The Murphy's
“You never get to the end. You are always working on yourself.”If you know personal development, then you get this.These wise words come from this week’s Dorothy and the Dealer special guests Dean and Anna Murphy, whose dulcet tones our Melbourne tribe might recognise from their morning commute to work. The radio duo jumped in the deep end with MJB a few years back and have never looked back, using what they learnt in our seminars to find their “why” and actively seek out their highest values.From designing a podcast that will delve into how celebrities overcome their struggles, to doing stand-up comedy and hustling away at their radio gig, the work truly NEVER stops. But it’s their ability to speak openly and honestly about what REAL development takes that inspires us. “The more you suppress stuff, the more it starts expressing because it needs to come out. The ones with the strongest voices against something are the pines that have the most to hide. They hide what is going on in private... Don’t waste time not living your authentic life.”So, whether you need a smile brought to your face, or a swift kick into gear, the Murphy’s story is for you!
22 minutes | 2 months ago
86: Boom... We're Back
Guess who’s back... Back again….M&M are back...Tell a friend!Well, okay, not *that* Eminem... Yes, after our historic first-ever break from Dorothy and the Dealer, Mitch and Mills have returned and are just bursting with inspiration for what 2021 will bring! After soaking up the sun on Rottnest with the family during the holidays, Mitch (who got a little more burnt than tanned in our honest opinion 😅) is ready to dive into parenting, perspective, and practicing his own teachings within business.So, is this episode for me? Well...- Ever spent THREE hours telling kids not to touch something you just cleaned?- Want to know what it’s like to plan a 50th birthday party?- Have you had big stress and wondered how to use this to move forward?- Do you subconsciously sabotage things (are your actions aligned with your values)?- Are you looking to move your company to where you want it to be?- Do you know how to put the right system in place for you?There’s a lot of cliches in there too… something about wheels falling off the wagon. So if that’s your jam too, then make sure you tune in today on Apple, Stitcher, or Youtube.Let us know if there’s any topics or guests you want us to speak about coming up. And as always - Live Life Inspired!
62 minutes | 4 months ago
85: Interview with Expert Neuroscientist Dr. Jared Horvath
Do you have a moody teenager?Likes to sleep all the time. Grumbles at the slightest mention of their name. Never wants to be seen out with you. Oh, how we could go on and on… Well, in today’s episode of Dorothy and the Dealer, expert neuroscientist (and one of our favourite guests) Dr. Jared Horvath is back! And he’s breaking down how teen brains are designed to push boundaries, and why this rebellion actually means that they TRUST you. Yes, you read that right. Now, stick with us!It starts with the prefrontal cortex, the bit of the brain that helps control the rest of it. When you start becoming an adult, the way it works out how to do its job is by “shutting things off”. Like, mood. Engagement. Communication.Sounding familiar?But it also has to learn it’s edges - how far it can push things. It’s actually imperative. And that’s where the love for parents comes in. Don’t believe us? You’ll just have to listen to find out. For everyone who doesn’t have kids, there’s also an incredible game you can get involved in - that will teach you just how easy our brains can make things up.
29 minutes | 4 months ago
84: How To Deal With Loves Ones You Don't Love
Last Christmas, I gave you my heart but the very next day you gave it away, this year to save me from tears, I’m listening to the new Dorothy and the Dealer podcast.Yes, it’s that time again folks - when Mitch and Mills put on their Santa hats and dive into the world of festive family fun. Now, it might be the favourite time of year for some of us (Ummm… MITCH), but for others dealing with loved ones you don’t really love can be, well, HARD.It’s important to remember a few simple tips to keep your calm during the holiday season and stop tempers from flaring up at the dinner table.- Set boundaries. If you don’t want to discuss a topic, let your family member know that it is off-limits.- Take time for yourself. Give yourself the morning for some peace and quiet, before heading around to Christmas lunch. - Create space for yourself when things get hairy. Go walk the dog or head outside for some backyard cricket with the kids. - Be mindful. Just because people are teachers or doctors in their everyday life - it does not mean they are trying to lecture you. Listen with an open heart and mind.But what about those among us that don’t even have the option to see friends and family because of lockdowns? Try finding connections in new ways. In understanding and appreciating that you don’t have to hold someone or look them in the eye to tell them you love them. In using technology to bridge the distance between you all. Or it could just be in realising the ones you love are always around you - just in a different way, shape, or form.Let us know if you’ll be implementing any of these ideas this Christmas!
37 minutes | 4 months ago
83: Spotlight on Clients, The Meyburghs
Could you imagine living apart from your partner and family for an ENTIRE year?Well, that’s what life has been like for the Meyburghs, with the married couple and their two kids split between south-west WA and South Africa.On this week’s eye-opening episode of Dorothy and the Dealer, Mitch and Mills chat to beloved MJB clients, Michele and Alan, about when they first started down the personal development path and how they have handled a tough 2020 on different continents.Having had their eyes opened to their own prejudices and perceptions, Michele and Alan really got to put what they learned in our MJB seminars to the test though, when this year lockdown’s and coronavirus sent their world into chaos.Michele and the kids had flown out to South Africa at the beginning of the year, while Alan was working on a commissioned art installation. But just a few weeks before he was due to fly out to see them the borders were closed, flights were cancelled, and lockdowns put in place. Although the initial days were HARD on everyone, the couple learned not only how to survive but THRIVE during this absence. They discovered how to:- Enhance every moment of their lives, even the unpleasant ones.- Be present and enjoy what you are doing now.- Shift their mindset instead of trying to “fix things”.- Be selfish enough to take care of themselves, so they can take care of others.You really have to hear this incredibly resilient couple’s story for yourself!
36 minutes | 5 months ago
82: Are You Teaching Your Kids To Be Fearful?
What are YOU teaching your kids?Whether we know it or not, we’re constantly educating our children about how to act through both our conscious and subconscious actions.When Dad always drives, or mum always cooks. 🍲 Every time we engage our kids in play-wrestling or tickling and they yell “stop”. Each opportunity we give them to stand up for themselves and share their voice instead of yelling at them.In this episode of Dorothy and the Dealer, Mitch and Mills dive deep into this idea of parenting and perception, and why we should never subordinate to others, regardless of gender, so that our kids can learn to do the same.Because when we are taught to subordinate to others, we start to do this in all areas of our lives. With lawyers, banks, shop owners, and police officers. Remember:- The universe is your greatest guide - we are at our best when we connect its calling to our highest values.- We need to take responsibility for our desires for approval - no one is making us feel this way but us.- Sometimes kids aren’t giving us a hard time, they’re simply having a hard time.So do you want to help your kids handle themselves both physically and emotionally? Then make sure you tune in to today’s episode’s to find out how!
65 minutes | 5 months ago
81: Interview With Sleep Expert Dr. Michael Breus
Did you sleep well last night?It’s a fundamental part of our lives and yet good, restful sleep is something that eludes a lot of us, right?!I mean, how common is it to whinge to your work buddy in the morning (as you chug your first of seven coffees) about how you tossed and turned all night, got woken up early by a screaming child, or had to hit your snoring partner at least a dozen times before they FINALLY rolled over? Never fear though, because this week’s Dorothy and the Dealer episode is delivering you the absolute KEY to a good night’s rest, and it comes from The Sleep Doctor himself - Dr Michael Breus! First up - figure out your chronotype. Mitch is a Lion (but would rather be a Bear) and Mills is a Bear (but has the heart of a Wolf). No idea what I’m on about? Well, here’s a breakdown:- Lion (Early birds)- Bear (People in the middle)- Wolves (Night owls)- Dolphin (Not great sleepers / Insomniacs)Funnily enough, these chronotypes can actually tell you when to go to bed, how long to sleep, what time to stop drinking coffee and a whole load of other helpful hints. And it’s hard not to get the whole family in on it (trust us - everyone in the MJB office ended up taking the quiz).Other tips include:- Write a gratitude list before bed - to change your mindset and energy.- NEVER use the snooze button.- Quit drinking coffee by 2pm each day.- Try a nappalatte (Trust us, you’ve got to hear this to believe it…)And remember sleep is a lot like love - the less you look for it the more it starts showing up.Want to know more about your sleep? Make sure you check out thesleepdoctor.com or head on over to chronoquiz.com to find out whether you’re a lion, bear, dolphin or wolf.And don’t forget to give the podcast, Sleep Success with Dr. Michael Breus, a listen - he may even answer any questions you have!
27 minutes | 5 months ago
80: Attach Yourself To Your Vision
Do you have a vision board?Perhaps it’s got Spotify song codes, pressed flower stems, postcards from places you visited, photos of your family, or quotes from your favourite TV show on it?Well, what if we told you that this was the secret to living the life you dreamed about?Find out why in this week’s exciting episode of Dorothy and the Dealer, where Mitch and Mills answer one of the questions we’re asked ALL THE TIME…How do I find and follow what fulfils me?Well, here’s a hint - it has something to do with VISUALISING 👀 what you love. Those things that make you feel alive, awake, aware, connected, inspired, and limitless. Because before you can make progress, you have to SEE how you want your life to be. Attach an image to your dream - whether it’s pinned to a vision board, in a quick Google search, or on printed card you carry in your wallet.DRAW that image to you wherever you go. And you’ll find you're not only more energized and empowered - but it may even help you live longer. So stop letting your job be a barrier between you and your aspirations. And STOP blaming outside forces because you don’t want to look within.Make sure you tune into this one - you won’t be disappointed. And then let us see YOUR visions for a kickass future. New podcast episodes each and every Sunday.
46 minutes | 5 months ago
79: Spotlight on Client, Liz Anderson
Sometimes the universe really does conspire to get you in the right place at the right time.And nothing could be truer for this week’s Dorothy and the Dealer guest, and our good friend and client, Liz Anderson.At a relaxing yoga retreat, right around the time she was having BIG difficulties in her life, she bumped into Mitch’s wife Ange and our MJB heart-ninja Querida, which set her on her transformational journey. With her marriage “hanging by a thread”, MJB seemed like the perfect answer, and just a few hours into her first day at Master Mind and Money in Melbourne, she knew she’d made “the best decision of my life”.“Every single thing you guys said was talking directly to me.” Unpacking her story wasn’t an easy task though. From a mum who passed away when she was just six years old and a father who remarried multiple times. To step-mums who inflicted perceived mental abuse and getting into her own marriage with hardships at only 20. Her life became about simply SURVIVING, rather than LIVING.- Feeling like she had to achieve something.- Always thinking the rug was going to get pulled out from underneath her.- Putting herself in positions where she could spend the rest of her life trying to get back what she already had. But after realising the burden she had been carrying (and having the freedom to put it down), her life really felt like it was coming together. And now? Well, you’ll just have to tune in to find out how successful she is! (Hint: She’s opening a fourth shop during a pandemic… )
31 minutes | 5 months ago
78: A Master Is Always A Student
Have you ever felt like you’re misunderstood in your relationship? Like the other person just doesn’t get how you feel?Would you believe, even Mitch has fallen into this trap? Of getting annoyed and frustrated, thinking a partner should just “know” what it is that’s going on inside your head.Yep, even someone like Mitch, who literally helps people with their own relationships for a living, doesn’t always get it right. That’s because growth is a circle - it never stops. So, this week our dynamic MJB duo are delving deep into people’s personal relationships in a thought-provoking new episode of Dorothy and the Dealer. Because at the end of the day - whether it’s the unrealistic expectations we place on each other, the roles we find ourselves playing, or understanding what traits you bring to the partnership - we all have something we can continue to work on. Remember these helpful hints next time you see red:- The simplest little things allow us to connect. Take the time to notice your partner!- Don’t get caught up in expectations, listen and learn what someone actually needs.- When you treat someone like they are worthy and loved, they feel that and will blossom.- Setting boundaries helps others know what hurts you. Don’t overstep and if you do - acknowledge that.New podcast episodes each and every Sunday.
56 minutes | 6 months ago
77: Interview With Expert Dr. John Gray
Can you believe it’s been 27 years since Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus was first published? And yet even in today’s online (and locked-down) dating world, it’s still as relevant as ever.People want passion, intimacy and connection. We want the honeymoon period to never end. And we want to know the trick to not just getting a partner, but keeping one.Well never fear, all this and more is covered in this week’s entertaining and enlightening Dorothy and the Dealer podcast, which features the lovely Dr. John Gray delivering hilarious highlights, such as:- What happens to men when they watch too much porn or drink too much beer.- Why you should share experiences and use uncomfortable pauses to really connect with women (Don’t ever make her wrong - just push little buttons)- The things heterosexual women should be doing and looking for in a partner (hint: never go after the man)No matter who your ideal partner is - the main thing is to develop compatibility and find what makes you relaxed and authentic around them. Bond in both heart AND mind.New podcast episodes each and every Sunday.
42 minutes | 6 months ago
76: Our Take On The Social Dilemma
Have you ever been scrolling through Facebook and come across an ad for something you’ve literally JUST been talking about?Do you find it hard to ignore that little buzz when you’ve got a tantalizing new notification waiting on your phone?Or maybe your kids kick and scream every time you try to take their iPad’s off them - begging for just “five more minutes” of Minecraft videos.Well, this week on Dorothy and The Dealer we’re diving deep into the tricky world of social media and just how easily (and unknowingly) technology is taking over our lives. Listen in to heart Mitch and Mills touch base on everything from Netflix to Disney films, and even artificial intelligence, as they question just how many of us have control over our OWN use of social media.Get ready for eye-opening questions, like:- Do corporations lose their ethics and ability to police themselves the bigger they get?- Are you aware that if you aren’t paying for a product then you (your data, movements, actions, time and money) ARE the product?Think of your phone like a supermarket. Everything on there is created and cultivated to GET YOU TO BUY. The longer you stay online, the more data you give over and the more chance there is of you purchasing something. So how do you fight against this? Is it through schedules, turning off notifications or being aware of its biases? Tune in to find out!New podcast episodes each and every Sunday.
66 minutes | 6 months ago
75: Spotlight on Client, Sam Usher
You can often find her excavating ancient pyramid sites in Bosnia, or doting on her little girl. But that’s just the everyday stuff. Because one thing we can guarantee you - is you’ve never heard a story quite like Sam’s.Having dealt with childhood sexual abuse, and the shocking mental and physical scars that came from that, Sam has since transformed her life and become a philosopher, adventurer and teacher, who helps others realise that their history does not need to destroy their destiny.So tune in to this week’s Dorothy and the Dealer episode to learn how Mitch and Mills helped Sam break through her barriers. As well as other tidbits, like:- Why Sam disliked Mitch from the get go.- How she stopped covering her history with a ‘bandaid’, and put an end to letting her story run her life.- Why transforming her perspective allowed her to create lasting relationships with her parents- How you can stop spending your life “pissed off and pretending”Don’t let your history become a cloak that taints your outlook on life, colours your perception and weighs you down. Be brave enough to pull it off, like Sam, and finally see all the incredible opportunities surrounding you.Don't let what runs you ruin you! And don’t miss this incredible story. Listen in now!
28 minutes | 6 months ago
74: How To Take Inspired Action
Save the whales! End world poverty! Stop the trafficking of children!We’ve all heard the calls to action. And felt the pull to do ‘something’ great in the world.But what if we told you setting yourself up with unrealistic expectations like this will only lead to disappointment? That what you really need to be doing is seeking Inspired Action instead! Well, this week Mitch and Mills are diving deep into not only WHAT Inspired Action is, but HOW to recognise when we are seeking it, on a physiological level. Start by asking yourself three simple questions:- What is the last thing you did that made you feel inspired?- What is the last thing you did that made you feel connected?- What is the last thing you did that aligned with your values?Because once you’ve identified what inspires you, it’s easier to look past all the distractions out there. And build more of these actions into your day.So what sort of feelings should you be on the lookout for, to let you know you’re on the right path? A sense of:- Selflessness (What you are doing helps you form connection)- Timelessness (Being present and in the moment)- Effortlessness (It doesn’t drain you, but fills up your cup)- Richness (You feel accomplished after it is done)Just remember - Inspired action doesn’t have to be BIG. And it doesn’t have to be linked to your career. It can be the smallest thing in the world - like going for a bike ride or playing with your kids. So long as you plug in, and be present.
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