Teen Catalyst

Ken Eash

Empowering teens' development into tomorrow's thought leaders and entrepreneurs, and coaching them to become men and women of IMPACT, who can change the world.
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Until next time....DO GOOD WORK!The Power of MentorshipMentorship is Key to SUCCESS
Today I want to talk about mentorship. A mentor is someone who is known as a trusted counselor or guide. Recognize that vulnerability is an actual leadership competency, and that peers, colleagues, and direct reports crave relatability and transparency in their leaders. The higher you are in an organization, the more warped and blurred your view becomes of what's really happening on the ground. So, remember not only to focus ON the business, but work IN the business as needed. Be a light, not a judge. Be a model, not a critic. What actions are required for you to demonstrate the vulnerability that allows those around you to do the sam?. ~ Dave HollisProtect your brain. Just because you can't see your brain doesn't mean it's not there. Invest as much energy caring for it as you do for your heart, your lungs, your skin, and other more conspicuous organs. Are you willing to become the family or community pariah in order to save a life? Dramatic? Yes. Accurate? Even more so. Protect your brain. ~ Daniel Amen We often think of self-discipline as being focused on doing something in particular. Although that certainly is true, excercising the self-discipline NOT to do something can exponentiate your creativity and productivity. If you were to establish a greater degree of self-discipline tomorrow, is there one recurring habit that, if you could improve upon, modify, or eliminate, would have a disproportionately positive impact on both your confidence and your ability to progress something enormously important to you? What is that thing that you need to eliminate in order to progress something in your life forward? ~ Ryan Holiday For more information on how to find a mentor that's right for you, or to work with me directly, contact me at coach@teencatalyst.com.
Oct 20 2021
4 mins
5 MORE Finance Tips for Teens5 Finance Tips for TeensGrow Through AdversityBecoming a Person of IMPACTPlay to Win the GameHow to Get MORE Done6 Steps to Prevent Overthinking5 Signs You Might Be OverthinkingKey #5: Fulfilling Your Purpose
This is episode 5 in my miniseries of the 5 keys of an impactful and resilient life, and today we're talking about key #5, Fulfilling Your Purpose. So many people struggle with not knowing what their purpose is in life, but the truth is that finding your purpose really isn't that hard. Finding your purpose is actually very simple, but it does take some work. I hope you enjoyed this miniseries on the 5 keys of an impactful life. You can find the links to listen to the other 4 episodes in this miniseries below: Key #1, Controlling Your Inputs: https://www.podcast.teencatalyst.com/episode/key-1-control-your-inputs (https://www.podcast.teencatalyst.com/episode/key-1-control-your-inputs) Key #2, Focusing on What Matters: https://www.podcast.teencatalyst.com/episode/key-2-focus-on-what-matters (https://www.podcast.teencatalyst.com/episode/key-2-focus-on-what-matters) Key #3, Quality Relationships: https://www.podcast.teencatalyst.com/episode/key-3-quality-relationships (https://www.podcast.teencatalyst.com/episode/key-3-quality-relationships) Key #4, Personal Finance Management: https://www.podcast.teencatalyst.com/episode/key-4-personal-finance-management (https://www.podcast.teencatalyst.com/episode/key-4-personal-finance-management) Email me at coach@teencatalyst.com or ken@teencatalyst.com and let me know what your purpose is, or what it is that you're interested in and maybe skilled at, but haven't yet figured out how to serve others with that yet. I'd love to have a conversation with you to help you to figure out how to serve others with your passions, interests, and skills.
Sep 29 2021
5 mins
Key #4: Personal Finance ManagementKey #3: Quality RelationshipsKey #2: Focus on What MattersKey #1: Control Your InputsIs Self-Discipline Actually Important?
One of the most important trait that you can have in creating the life you want to live is discipline. Most of the time, when people think of discipline, they automatically think 'punishment'. That is not the kind of discipline we're talking about. The kind of discipline we're talking about today is 'beating yourself into submission', so to speak. It's making yourself give up the short-term pleasures in order to achieve a long-term goal. Why is self-discipline so important? Practicing self-discipline is an integral part of every aspect of life, and is a major key to achieving your long-term goals. Self-discipline is not something that you just have; it is a skill that you have to constantly work at in order to see results. Contrary to popular belief, self-discipline isn't just being hard on yourself or living a restrictive lifestyle. It is simply the act of self-control. What do you need to do in order to develop self-discipline in your life? Is self-control something you already implement into your everyday life? What has helped you the most in your journey of self-discipline? I'd love to hear about your personal experience in implementing self-discipline in your life; the things that have helped, as well as the things that just didn't work for you. Send me a message on https://mewe.com/i/keneash (MeWe)! I'd love to talk to you about your personal journey. If you enjoy listening to my podcast, I'd love for you to fill out a short http://bit.ly/3Cma7pr (survey) about who you are as a listener, and what kind of content you love to hear on this show! http://bit.ly/3Cma7pr (http://bit.ly/3Cma7pr)
Sep 17 2021
5 mins
How to Fast Track Your SuccessHow to be More Assertive5 Keys of an IMPACTFUL Life