This week on Voices of Courage, Ken D. Foster is joined by Denise Mueller-Korenek, Guinness Word Record Holding Cyclist, security company CEO, and inspirational speaker, and Ruble Chandy, global entrepreneur,
business accelerator, and best-selling author, to discuss the courage to breakthrough your limits.
There has never been a better time to breakthrough your limits and become the most amazing version of yourself. There has never been a greater need in society for you to become the brilliant star that you are. There has never been a more important time for you to take your business and your life to heights that you’ve only ever dreamed of before.
In this episode, Ken explores three ways to break through your limitations, and his guests, who have both created extraordinary success in their lives, discuss how to unlock your potential by developing a growth mindset that will help you overcome obstacles and reach higher levels of achievement in your life!
Host Ken D. Foster opens the episode by discussing how people may have problems in their lives, and how we can transition those issues into success, joy, and happiness. Ken tells a story about a recent meeting with Doug Plank, a player from the Chicago Bears. Their meeting consisted of talk on the keys and insights of the mind of a star football player. Beliefs saturated with faith and power are highly saturated bombs in our power. Ken reveals Doug’s beliefs, including having no regrets on not trying something big, expecting what you want to have in your life, having no half-go days, and acting like every day is your last day.
The next segment opens with the first guest, Dr. Greg Hammer. Dr. Hammer shares his background in spiritual and nutritional wellness. After giving a lecture to a national group on burnout and wellness, he discusses what causes burnout and why it is so common in the United States right now. He discusses how we tend to be obsessed with the past, filled with shame and regret, and the future, which may be filled with fear and unknown, although happiness can only be found in the present moment. Dr. Hammer also discusses his new book, “Gain Without Pain”, providing a three minute meditation where people can make time in their lives to center themselves. He discusses the concepts of pain, intention, and non-judgement, and how we can use them to center ourselves and our lives.
The episode resumes with the next guest, Peter Littlejohn Cook. Peter shares his journey with mediation, giving credit to his mother, who meditated while she was pregnant with him. While looking around and finding people who may not have been reaching their full potential, leading him to strive to help others reach compassion, which is a necessity in the path to enlightenment. The two continue to discuss compassion, which can be considered difficult to present. Peter reveals how one can begin to choose compassion in ways that they may not have been previously able to.
Peter continues to share how he has been able to help people get what they want, when they want, further allowing them to uncover their dreams. While we may start out with a great deal of potential, many tend to lose direction on their path, which is when this connection becomes necessary. Peter discusses how the greatest challenge for many is their own mind, once they are able to gain control of their mind, giving them the ability to experience grace. Liberation by discovering the source of your being connects us to our courage. We must let go of the past in order to free ourselves from what is holding us back. Dr. Hammer returns to give his message to the world, reminding listeners to be grateful for what they have and to focus on the present. Peter shares his, reminding listeners that if we can find gratitude and compassion, we will find fulfillment.