James Wedmore on Taking Radical Personal Responsibility For Your Evolution

 
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James Wedmore is a master when it comes to helping people understand how to leverage the power of online video and YouTube marketing to reach more people, share their message, and convert more customers.

James made a massive shift to focus on a big gap missing in the marketplace: the mindset needed for entrepreneurship. He launched a totally woo-woo podcast, the Mind Your Business Podcast and his signature program, Business By Design.

Today he helps coaches, experts, content creators, and authors not only to craft better marketing messages but also how to ditch the “hustle” mentality and create success from the inside out.

In this episode, James and I dive into ditching the blame game to take radical personal responsibility for our businesses, relationships, and lives. And how our perceived “failures” are our most significant opportunities to learn, grow + create success. 

In this Episode You’ll Learn: 

  • About James Wedmore [ 1:00 ]

  • What inspired James to start his business [ 6:30 ]

  • What is radical personal responsibility? [ 17:40 ]

  • How James gets blamed as a coach [ 23:10 ]

  • The definition of  “belief” [ 34:20 ]

  • The reason we should stop working so much [ 40:20 ]

  • If we really need to hustle [ 44:20 ]

  • How our relationship with goals is unhealthy [ 50:00 ]

  • Why we shouldn’t think of our businesses like our babies [ 62:30 ]

  • What a typical week looks like for James [ 68:00 ]

  • What James is currently working on [ 73:00 ]

  • About the books that James is reading [ 75:10 ]

  • The reason innovation makes us successful [ 80:30 ]

  • What James would tell a former version of himself [ 85:55 ]

Soul Shifting Quotes: 

  • “Stop taking stuff so seriously.”

  • “No amount of knowledge will ever compensate for a lack of perspective.”

  • “What you resist will persist.”

  • “If it helped one person, then I win.”

  • “People are completely overwhelmed with content.”

  • “The more confidence I have, the easier it is for people to listen to me.”

  • “I’m constantly asking better questions.”

Links Mentioned: 

Learn more about James at his website: jameswedmoretraining.com and be sure to follow him on Instagram: @jameswedmore

Tag me in your big shifts + takeaways: @amberlilyestrom

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