Beyond the Rut with Jerry Dugan

Jerry Dugan

Beyond the Rut shares encouraging stories and practical tools to help pull you out of your rut and into a life worth living. We focus on mindset, creating a vision, and working goals to define and achieve your success in faith, family, fitness, finances, and future possibility.

How to Advance Your Career with ROI
Oct 17 2022
How to Advance Your Career with ROI
In order to demonstrate your value at your current or future organization, it is important to be able to discuss how your performance impacts the return on investment (ROI) for your salary.In this episode, Scott Greene from Llama Lounge discusses with Jerry how to talk about your work in terms of return on investment. When we are able to show our organizations that the salary paid to us was multiplied back to them, we are showing a return on investment.That can come in the form of increased revenue or decreased overhead (costs) through improved processes, reduced staff turnover, fewer accidents, and so on. Talking about your accomplishments in terms of financial impact helps companies see your impact on the bottom line. It distinguishes you from the rest of the crowd.W. Scott Greene from Llama LeadershipScott is a retired U.S. Air Force Senior Enlisted Leader with extensive experience in the healthcare community.  He is currently the Organizational Development Manager at the City of Corpus Christi. He holds several leadership and development certifications including Certified Mental Health First Aid Facilitator with the National Council for Behavioral Health, Shipley Communications’ Four Lenses, EI Learning Systems’ Emotional Intelligence Certification, and Facilitator for Satori Alternatives for Managing Aggression. You can connect with W. Scott Greene on LinkedIn.If you ever wondered if that movie you just watched was accurate compared to actual events, listen to Dan Lefebvre as he compares and contrasts the movie with real-life history. You can listen to his show, Based on a True Story, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more. Visit for more! Most people aim for nothing in life and hit it with amazing accuracy. Measure It to Make It is a tool to help you identify what matters most in y our life and create the action steps to turn that dream into a reality. Go to BeyondTheRut.com/goals to download this free tool and make your own path beyond the rut today.Support the show
Using Emotional Intelligence to Become a More Effective Leader
Oct 10 2022
Using Emotional Intelligence to Become a More Effective Leader
As a leader, it's important to be aware of your own emotions and how they affect your team. Noble Gibbens can help you become a more effective leader by teaching you how to use emotional intelligence.Emotional intelligence (EI) is the capacity to be aware of and manage one’s own emotions, and the emotions of others. It has been shown that emotional intelligence can be a predictor of success in life, and leaders with high emotional intelligence have been shown to be more effective than those without it. There are many different ways to develop and improve emotional intelligence, but one way is through training and education. Noble Gibbens offers courses that teach emotional intelligence and how it can be used to become a more effective leader. These courses can help you learn about yourself and others, and how to manage emotions in a way that leads to positive outcomes.In This EpisodeMilitary leadership and emotional intelligenceEmotional health and spiritualityThe impact of not having self-awareness of our own emotionsThree steps to improving  your emotional intelligenceHow emotional intelligence can reduce turnover, improve employee engagement, and increase productivityThe impact that strong emotional intelligence skills has on your entire lifeNoble Gibbens, the EQ GangsterNoble Gibbens is a veteran of the U.S. Army and graduated from West Point. Earning the coveted Ranger tab, Noble is no stranger to leadership, excellence, and working with teams.How did Noble become an expert on emotional intelligence and help leaders around the world do the same? It was his own need that drove his growth. Addicted to people-pleasing, Noble found himself in a rut working within a toxic work environment. His lack of emotional intelligence was taking a toll on his marriage and family.Dedicating himself to gaining more self-awareness on emotions and interpersonal relationships, Noble acquired certifications and expertise to be able to pay it forward as an executive coach. Through emotional intelligence, we can improve every area of our lives, and Noble helps teams do that.Noble also loves tacos and enjoys snowboarding with his family.See the full show notes at BeyondTheRut.com/326If you ever wondered if that movie you just watched was accurate compared to actual events, listen to Dan Lefebvre as he compares and contrasts the movie with real-life history. You can listen to his show, Based on a True Story, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more. Visit for more! Most people aim for nothing in life and hit it with amazing accuracy. Measure It to Make It is a tool to help you identify what matters most in y our life and create the action steps to turn that dream into a reality. Go to BeyondTheRut.com/goals to download this free tool and make your own path beyond the rut today.Support the show
Reframing Mindset During Difficult Times
Oct 3 2022
Reframing Mindset During Difficult Times
Our mindset is a powerful tool, allowing us to find solutions when things get tough. Retired CEO, Johnny Sirpilla, shares how you can reframe your mindset during difficult times in your life and at work.Reframing MindsetWhen things get tough, our mindset is a powerful tool that can help us find solutions. Retired CEO Johnny Sirpilla shares how you can reframe your mindset during difficult times in your life and at work.He suggests that instead of thinking "I have to," we reframe it to "I get to." For example, "I get to go to the gym" or "I get to do this challenging project at work." This small shift in perspective can make a big difference in how we approach difficult tasks.When we think "I have to," it puts us in a negative frame of mind and makes us feel like we're being forced to do something. On the other hand, "I get to" implies that we're choosing to do something, even if it's challenging. This positive framing can help us approach difficult tasks with a sense of enthusiasm and possibility.So next time you're faced with a difficult task, try reframing your mindset from "I have to" to "I get to." This small shift can make a big difference in how you approach the task at hand.Your Character Carries Over from Work-to-Home...and home-to-work, if we don't take the time to draw a line between the two. It's important to find a healthy balance that works for you.One way to do this is to set aside some time each day to transition from work mode to home mode. For example, you might take a few minutes to put away your work materials, take a break from electronics, or do something relaxing before you start your evening routine.This transition time can help you leave work worries behind and focus on spending quality time with your family and loved ones. It can also help you recharge for the next day so you can show up at work refreshed and ready to tackle whatever comes your way.If you're finding it difficult to balance work and home life, try setting aside some time each day to transition from one to the other. This small change can make a big difference in your ability to find a healthy balance.I don't believe that we can genuinely switch gears and be awful people at work, somebody who verbally and emotionally beats people up, then returns to their home where they're nurturing or welcoming to kids and spouse alike--these are all part of one fabric: our character!In This Episode(0:00) We have the same heart and the same character in our work place that we bring into our home place.(2:27) What it’s like to get into a rut after being at the peak of your life.(14:29) What are some practical guidelines to help you stay on the same page as a couple?(19:31) The importance of work-life balance.(31:23) You’re treating a whole person, not just an illness or a malady.If you ever wondered if that movie you just watched was accurate compared to actual events, listen to Dan Lefebvre as he compares and contrasts the movie with real-life history. You can listen to his show, Based on a True Story, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more. Visit for more! Most people aim for nothing in life and hit it with amazing accuracy. Measure It to Make It is a tool to help you identify what matters most in y our life and create the action steps to turn that dream into a reality. Go to BeyondTheRut.com/goals to download this free tool and make your own path beyond the rut today.Support the show
The Sales Evangelist from Employee to Entrepreneur
Sep 26 2022
The Sales Evangelist from Employee to Entrepreneur
The Sales Evangelist, Donald C. Kelly, talks about making the switch from employee to entrepreneur helping others succeed in the field of sales.In This EpisodeThe excitement of Podcast Movement 2022Talking about podcast gear for a moment since we’re at a podcasting conferenceWhat is The Sales Evangelist podcastGoing from employee to entrepreneurThe importance of pushing the status quo for yourself and your clientsDonald C. KellyDonald’s mission is to evangelize the method of effective selling and motivate sellers of all levels to DO BIG THINGS!As a former top-performing technology sales professional, who has successfully sold in both the public and private sectors, Donald was able to crack the code of helping teams thrive in b2b sales. He is also the author of Sell It Like A Mango - A New Sellers Guide To Closing More Deals.He has helped sellers from companies all over the world build confidence in their selling abilities and increase revenue as a result. Organizations such as Rock Venture (Quicken Loans), HairClub, VMWare, Consolidated Electrical Distributors LLC. (CEB), Salt Edge, Charter Spectrum, Hibu/The Real Yellow Pages, Yotpo, Citi Group, and New York Life.Along with helping for-profit organizations, Donald has also assisted non-profit firms such as Florida State Minority Supplier Development Council, The Eastern Minority Supplier Development Council, GEAR UP, and Cal Poly University.In addition to training sales professionals in workshops, online courses, keynote presentations, and students as an adjunct professor at Brigham Young University-Idaho, Donald is the host of a popular sales podcast called “The Sales Evangelist.” With listeners in over 155 countries and over 3.7 Million+ all-time downloads, the podcast has received recognition from publications such as Entrepreneur Magazine, Success Magazine, Inc Magazine, Forbes, HubSpot, The Huffington Post, and the South Florida Business Journal.See the full show notes at BeyondTheRut.com/324.If you ever wondered if that movie you just watched was accurate compared to actual events, listen to Dan Lefebvre as he compares and contrasts the movie with real-life history. You can listen to his show, Based on a True Story, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more. Visit for more! Most people aim for nothing in life and hit it with amazing accuracy. Measure It to Make It is a tool to help you identify what matters most in y our life and create the action steps to turn that dream into a reality. Go to BeyondTheRut.com/goals to download this free tool and make your own path beyond the rut today.Support the show
How Haydn's Battle with Cancer Changes Our Perspectives on Life and Death
Sep 19 2022
How Haydn's Battle with Cancer Changes Our Perspectives on Life and Death
When Adam Robart's son Haydn was diagnosed with cancer, his family's world was turned upside down. They went from being a happy family to facing the reality that their child would die. It was a difficult and frightening time, but Haydn's life and battle with cancer teach us a lot about life, death, and what really matters.Adam RobartsAdam Robarts is the author of Nineteen - 19 Insights Learned from a 19-year-old with Cancer, written in collaboration with Karen Malmqvist and Lou Aronica. Nineteen is a book of nineteen lessons learned from Adam’s son, Haydn Robarts, whose short life profoundly changed all around him.   Adam and his wife Karyn have four children who were born and raised in China. They currently live in Bali, Indonesia, with their youngest son. See the full show notes at BeyondTheRut.com/323.If you ever wondered if that movie you just watched was accurate compared to actual events, listen to Dan Lefebvre as he compares and contrasts the movie with real-life history. You can listen to his show, Based on a True Story, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more. Visit for more! Most people aim for nothing in life and hit it with amazing accuracy. Measure It to Make It is a tool to help you identify what matters most in y our life and create the action steps to turn that dream into a reality. Go to BeyondTheRut.com/goals to download this free tool and make your own path beyond the rut today.Support the show
Andy Storch’s Moving Story of Fighting Cancer and Staying Positive
Sep 12 2022
Andy Storch’s Moving Story of Fighting Cancer and Staying Positive
No one knows what the future holds, but we can all hope for the best. For Andy Storch, that meant surviving cancer. Here's his story.Andy Storch was diagnosed with cancer in 2020. He had surgery to remove the tumor, followed by months of chemotherapy and radiation. Throughout his treatment, Andy remained positive and hopeful. And fight he did. Andy is now declared cancer-free and in remission. Since then, he's been busy speaking about his experience and sharing his message of hope with others. In This EpisodeAndy Storch - Talent Management DevelopmentGetting the diagnosis of cancer and facing the fearPublishing a book at the same time fighting testicular cancerThe battle with cancerThe need for men to accept help from others - we don’t have to go through life aloneLetting people help you is a way of helping others - don’t rob givers of the joy to helpChange and the future of work3 Tips on how to prepare yourself for a career change - networking and relationshipsAndy StorchAndy Storch is an author, consultant, coach, speaker, and facilitator on a mission to get the most out of life and inspire others to do the same.He is the author of the book, Own Your Career Own Your Life, which is designed to help professionals stop drifting and take control of their futures.Andy is also the host of three podcasts, including The Talent Development Hot Seat; Own Your Career; and My NFT Journey. He is the co-founder and host of The Talent Development Think Tank Conference and Community as well as the host of the Talent Development Virtual Summit.Andy has consulted and taught strategy, sales, leadership, finance, and innovation to business leaders all over the world including companies like Salesforce.com, Oracle, Google, Toyota,, State Farm, Red Bull, Deloitte, EY, KPMG, HP, Sony, Cisco, Tiffany & Co and others.Andy holds an MBA from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business where he served as President of the MBA program and a BS from the University of Florida (Go Gators!)His purpose is to love and support his family and to impact the world by inspiring people to stop drifting, take control and live life with Intention. He is a husband and father of two kids and lives in Orlando, Florida, USA.If you ever wondered if that movie you just watched was accurate compared to actual events, listen to Dan Lefebvre as he compares and contrasts the movie with real-life history. You can listen to his show, Based on a True Story, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more. Visit for more! Most people aim for nothing in life and hit it with amazing accuracy. Measure It to Make It is a tool to help you identify what matters most in y our life and create the action steps to turn that dream into a reality. Go to BeyondTheRut.com/goals to download this free tool and make your own path beyond the rut today.Support the show
Restored Becoming Better Not Bitter with Pastor Chris Brown
Aug 29 2022
Restored Becoming Better Not Bitter with Pastor Chris Brown
In his book, Restored: Transforming the Sting of Your Past into Purpose for Today, author and pastor Chris Brown tells readers that pain is a part of life, but it can make us better not bitter.Becoming Better Not BitterNo one escapes pain. We all experience it at some point in our lives. And while it’s true that pain can leave us feeling broken and lost, it doesn’t have to define us.Pastor Chris Brown shares his own story of overcoming a painful childhood to find hope and healing. Brown offers readers practical ways to deal with their own pain, including journaling, prayer, and self-care. He also encourages readers to use their pain to help others who are going through similar struggles. By sharing his own story and offering helpful advice, Brown shows readers that it is possible to find hope and healing after experiencing pain.In This EpisodeOur tragic pasts can be rocket fuel to be better than where we came fromLuke 6:31 - What would you have wanted from a stable set of parents?No one intentionally says they want to live a life worse than their parents - compassionJesus has fingerprints throughout our lives lifting us upGood friends can be a rock for you in hard times, “Be a Danny”Ministry to help restore pastors (with accountability) who have been shunned from the churchStewardship of resources and relationships in the time we havePastor Chris BrownChris Brown is a highly sought-after pastor, speaker, radio personality, and church leadership expert with more than twenty years of ministry and financial experience. He worked alongside Dave Ramsey for years and was the nationally syndicated radio host for Life, Money, and Hope, which received over ten million downloads and was a regular Top 10 Podcast. A former Ramsey Solutions national media and radio personality, he has been featured on numerous national media outlets, such as Fox & Friends and Life Today with James Robison, and on many conference stages, including Catalyst. He has served as a campus pastor at Elevation Church and executive pastor at Potential Church. In 2021, Chris and his wife, Holly, launched a church called The Well in Columbia, Tennessee. Chris and Holly traded in city life for farm life in Columbia, Tennessee, with their three children.If you ever wondered if that movie you just watched was accurate compared to actual events, listen to Dan Lefebvre as he compares and contrasts the movie with real-life history. You can listen to his show, Based on a True Story, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more. Visit for more! Most people aim for nothing in life and hit it with amazing accuracy. Measure It to Make It is a tool to help you identify what matters most in y our life and create the action steps to turn that dream into a reality. Go to BeyondTheRut.com/goals to download this free tool and make your own path beyond the rut today.Support the show
Your Testimony in Jesus - Someone Somewhere Desperately Needs to Hear It
Aug 22 2022
Your Testimony in Jesus - Someone Somewhere Desperately Needs to Hear It
Pastor Chad Harms shares how your testimony about the impact Jesus Christ has had in your life can help others.Your Testimony is Your Story in Jesus ChristYour testimony is your story in Jesus Christ. It is a story of hope, renewal, and a new life. When you share your testimony, you lift up others who may not even know you. You testify to the power of Jesus Christ in your life, and you give hope to those who need it. So don't be afraid to share your story. It is a powerful tool that can change livesIn This EpisodeWe all have a story worth telling for someone else to be encouraged to keep goingThe start of Testimony podcastChad Harms sharing his testimony for the first time in inner-city San DiegoOther people are inspired and encouraged by your unique storyYour testimony told in a loving and thoughtful way helps others gain insight into lifeThe enemy of Christ would love for you not to tell your storyChad HarmsChad Harms is married to Brynn and they have two children (Hazel and Hudson). He is a graduate of Corban University in Salem and Gateway Seminary in Los Angeles. He grew up in Keizer, Oregon, played college baseball, loves the Blazers, and likes weird independent films.Currently, Chad is known as Pastor Chad and leads Creekside Bible Church in Wilsonville, Oregon just miles outside of Portland, Oregon.His hope through the Testimony podcast is to share stories from everyday Christians on how they started their relationship with Jesus Christ so that others may be inspired to do the same.See the full show notes at BeyondTheRut.com/319.If you ever wondered if that movie you just watched was accurate compared to actual events, listen to Dan Lefebvre as he compares and contrasts the movie with real-life history. You can listen to his show, Based on a True Story, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more. Visit for more! Most people aim for nothing in life and hit it with amazing accuracy. Measure It to Make It is a tool to help you identify what matters most in y our life and create the action steps to turn that dream into a reality. Go to BeyondTheRut.com/goals to download this free tool and make your own path beyond the rut today.Support the show
Achieving Your Best Life After Catastrophe with Jolyn Armstrong
Aug 15 2022
Achieving Your Best Life After Catastrophe with Jolyn Armstrong
Jolyn Armstrong discovered that when an idyllic life is turned upside down by catastrophe you can still achieve your best life.Organizing Your Best Life After Catastrophe StrikesNo one ever expects their life to be turned upside down by a family catastrophe. But when it happens, it can feel like your whole world is falling apart. If you're struggling to cope with what has happened, this episode will help you regroup and start moving forward.In This EpisodeFreedom and independence - a redefining of the American DreamEmpty nester livingRunning a successful marketing business and mastermind group/workshopGetting that collect phone call that your son is in jailShuffling around everything in your life to be present for those who need youOrganizing your life around its new normalJolyn ArmstrongJolyn, along with her husband, Jim, owns a successful marketing company that also provides business coaching to service-based business owners. They were preparing to host a 2-day intensive for a small group of their top coaching clients when out of the blue, one of Jolyn’s adult sons was arrested, and their lives would never be the same. Jolyn’s son went from being a respected military soldier to an accused felon overnight.Catastrophe negatively impacted Jolyn’s business, her relationships, and nearly every other aspect of her life. It wasn’t until going through this experience herself that she discovered how destructive this kind of intense trauma can be. And how, through the support of a compassionate and skilled counselor, peace can be achieved, and the negative experience can be transformed into a growing experience.That’s why she took her training and skills in business coaching and combined it with the methods she learned for overcoming catastrophe and launched Grapevine Mindware. GVM is a coaching and counseling program aimed at helping those facing a personal catastrophe to ‘find the eye of the storm’ and find peace in spite of outside circumstances. Jolyn’s compassionate, calming approach is paired with her practical methodology for healing bringing peace to the lives of her clients.Jolyn works with people facing many kinds of catastrophes, including the upheaval and stress caused by COVID-19, loss of career or business, death of a spouse or loved one, major illness or injury, etc. She helps them find healing from a past inIf you ever wondered if that movie you just watched was accurate compared to actual events, listen to Dan Lefebvre as he compares and contrasts the movie with real-life history. You can listen to his show, Based on a True Story, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more. Visit for more! Most people aim for nothing in life and hit it with amazing accuracy. Measure It to Make It is a tool to help you identify what matters most in y our life and create the action steps to turn that dream into a reality. Go to BeyondTheRut.com/goals to download this free tool and make your own path beyond the rut today.Support the show
6 Ways to Immediately Boost Your Energy When You're Recognizing Burnout
Aug 8 2022
6 Ways to Immediately Boost Your Energy When You're Recognizing Burnout
Jonah Larkin helps leaders and entrepreneurs with recognizing burnout and self-mastery through principles of habits.Recognizing BurnoutBurnout is a state of chronic stress that leads to physical and emotional exhaustion. It occurs when you feel like you're giving more than you can physically or emotionally handle.Burnout is often caused by working in a high-stress environment. It can also be caused by caring for someone who is ill, caring for a young child, or dealing with a major life change.How much are you laughing?How well-rounded is your life?What role do substances have in providing an escape from your day?What are some signs of burnout?There are many signs of burnout, but some common ones include feeling overwhelmed, feeling exhausted all the time, having difficulty concentrating, and feeling irritable. If you're experiencing any of these symptoms, it's important to take a step back and assess your situation. Are you taking on too much? Do you need to simplify your life? Are you getting enough rest and relaxation? Answering these questions can help you start to make changes that will reduce your stress and improve your well-being.It helps to ask others to give you perspective on how you’re doingHow to Recover from BurnoutIf you're reading this, it's likely that you're feeling burned out. You might be feeling exhausted, cynical, and disconnected from what once gave you joy. If so, you're not alone. According to a recent study, nearly one in five Americans report feeling burned out at work "often" or "very often.If you're feeling burned out, it's important to take action. Left unchecked, burnout can lead to serious health problems, including depression, anxiety, and even heart disease.Fortunately, there are steps you can take to recover from burnout. Three Steps to Recover from BurnoutTake time to reflect on your life (and get help if needed)Create meaningful goalsTake daily actions towards your goalsListen to the full interview with Jonah Larkin for 6 Principles of Habit that will help you when recognizing and overcoming burnout.In This EpisodeHow Jonah started a successful click-and-mortar business selling skateboardsDespite the success, Jonah Larkin was not doing well and recognizing burnout in his lifeLooking for the root cause of what troubles your lifeThe money is never worth itTaking the time for yourself - reflect, create goals in life, action on daily habitsThink beyond the realm of the possible - go for that impossible dreamQuestions to ask yourself to design the life you want to liveFiguring out the root cause of our troublesTake action to remove what’s causing you harmCreating a nest egg to make the transition to what you wantMorning routines to create the day you wantBasic Principles of HabitsJonah LarkinJoining us today is Jonah Larkin. After selling his company in 200If you ever wondered if that movie you just watched was accurate compared to actual events, listen to Dan Lefebvre as he compares and contrasts the movie with real-life history. You can listen to his show, Based on a True Story, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more. Visit for more! Most people aim for nothing in life and hit it with amazing accuracy. Measure It to Make It is a tool to help you identify what matters most in y our life and create the action steps to turn that dream into a reality. Go to BeyondTheRut.com/goals to download this free tool and make your own path beyond the rut today.Support the show
Mental Health and Christianity Responding with Empathy
Aug 1 2022
Mental Health and Christianity Responding with Empathy
Lathan Craft is a pastor and author discussing mental health and Christianity and how responding with empathy should look.In This EpisodeWhat was a leper of the Old Testament of the BibleWhat is The Leper in the Church, Lathan Craft’s book about modern-day lepersTalking about stigmas related to mental healthHow we should go deeper with using scripture for wisdom rather than cough syrupBeing present without the sense we need to solve someone’s problem - pulling up a chair and not a Bible verse or idiomHow to pray for those enduring a tough season, pain, or lossGetting rid of the stigma of modern medicine to treat mental healthActing and responding with compassion for those who are strugglingBecoming aware of having a lack of compassionJesus demonstrated to us how to grieve for othersMeeting people right where they areWhy you should not “prophesy” over someone who is grievingCommunicating with non-Christians in an authentic, compassionate waySacrificing your schedule to meet those in needLathan CraftLathan W. Craft is an International Best-Selling Author and highly-respected speaker. He is the host of the nationally-recognized podcast ‘The Other Side of the Church’ which features regular guests such as Matthew West, Blanca, and Bob Goff - whom Lathan has also worked closely with.Lathan has been featured on various podcasts and radio shows such as The Crappy Christian Podcast, Are You Real? Podcast, and Faith Positive Radio. He is the founder of Made for Purpose, a coaching and consulting business helping people work on their design and description. He is the founder of A Heartbeat From Hope, a non-profit organization giving individualized hope to the most hopeless of places. He is also the founder of After-Words, helping writers write their stories before it’s too late. Lathan has degrees and is highly esteemed in Psychology, Counseling, Leadership, and Ministry. He has been regarded as an expert in belonging, ostracization, and the power of words. Ultimately, Lathan has devoted his life to researching and articulating the importance of belonging, and how words truly can change the world.My microphone: Electro-Voice RE320 - headphones: Audio-Technica ATH-M20x - on the Zoom Podtrak P4 - on Buzzsprout: Qualify for a $20 Amazon Gift Card when you start or move your hosting with them (sent after 2nd paid invoice) the show with a cup of coffee! you ever wondered if that movie you just watched was accurate compared to actual events, listen to Dan Lefebvre as he compares and contrasts the movie with real-life history. You can listen to his show, Based on a True Story, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more. Visit for more! Most people aim for nothing in life and hit it with amazing accuracy. Measure It to Make It is a tool to help you identify what matters most in y our life and create the action steps to turn that dream into a reality. Go to BeyondTheRut.com/goals to download this free tool and make your own path beyond the rut today.Support the show
Jerry's Short: How to Get Back on Track with Your Goals
Jul 28 2022
Jerry's Short: How to Get Back on Track with Your Goals
If you're feeling frustrated because you're not seeing results with your goals, then this video is for you. In just 5 minutes, I'm going to show you a simple strategy that will help get you back on track and make progress towards what's important to you.First, take a step back and assess where you are in relation to your goal. How close are you? What progress have you made? This will help you identify what's working and what's not.Then, take a look at your current situation and see if there's anything that's holding you back. Are there any roadblocks in your way? If so, how can you remove them?Once you've identified the problem, it's time to take action. What's the next step you need to take to get closer to your goal? Remember, it doesn't have to be a big step – just something that gets you moving in the right direction.Finally, don't forget to celebrate your progress along the way. Every little victory is something to be proud of and will keep you motivated to keep going.So there you have it – a simple 5-minute strategy to help you get back on track with your goals. Just remember to take things one step at a time and enjoy the journey. Thanks for listening!If you ever wondered if that movie you just watched was accurate compared to actual events, listen to Dan Lefebvre as he compares and contrasts the movie with real-life history. You can listen to his show, Based on a True Story, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more. Visit for more! Most people aim for nothing in life and hit it with amazing accuracy. Measure It to Make It is a tool to help you identify what matters most in y our life and create the action steps to turn that dream into a reality. Go to BeyondTheRut.com/goals to download this free tool and make your own path beyond the rut today.Support the show