Make Your Now Resolution, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO110

Look back at your life over the last several months. What did you accomplish? Did you stick to the resolutions you made back in January?  Did you actually do the things that you planned to do or did you just talk about it? If you’re looking for a reason to put off changing your situation and pursuing your best possible life, you’ll always find one. Don’t wait until New Year’s to make a resolution. Make the resolution now–and act now.

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Approach And Engage, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO109

Doing business today, people might think that online technology makes in-person contact less important. Only morons believe that. That’s like saying that since we have the internet, we no longer need to know the alphabet. Wrong. The alphabet is fundamental; and so is one-on-one interaction.  In spite of websites and social media accounts, businesses still have to make real phone calls, sometimes even go door-to-door, and have real conversations with real people.  In business and in all of life, successful people know how to approach and engage.

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Actions Follow Focus, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO108

What you focus on throughout your day will become your life. In this episode of The MFCEO Project, Andy Frisella talks about how you use your brain and how your brain controls your attention, your appetites, and ultimately, your actions. Every thought that pulses through your mind has a result; so it is imperative that we control our thoughts and use them to achieve peak performance in every area of life.

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Win The Day, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO107

How can you be an outlier in a world full of people dedicated to mediocrity? How can you train yourself to be mentally tough, accomplish critical tasks, and set goals and dreams for yourself that stretch you beyond your comfort zone into the highest levels of greatness? In this episode, bestselling author and performance coach Ben Newman rejoins the MFCEO crew and Andy Frisella shares his thoughts on everything from the practice of visualization to his favorite tool: The Power List.

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The Best Time To Start Is Now, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO106

Dan Fleyshman, the youngest owner of a public company, the founder of First Slice Media, and the author of “How To Set Up Your Business For Under $1000” joins Andy Frisella for an episode packed with information and insight. From specific tips about drawing up a business plan to big picture advice about management and marketing, these two titans wax eloquent about all things entrepreneurial. But the bottom line is this: If you have a good idea for a product or service, get to work. The best time to start is now.

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No Such Thing As Magic, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO105

Like naïve little kids at Christmas, the average person thinks success is magical.  They think that achieving your goals, fulfilling your dreams, and living a life of health, wealth, and happiness happens when somewhere, in Never Never Land, the stars align, the Success Fairy waves her Magical One Hundred Percent Guaranteed Success Wand, and everything in your life miraculously turns to glitter and gold. But people who are destined to succeed know better. They know they are destined to succeed because they know that success is not magic. It comes from busting one’s ass.  It is the inevitable result of hard work.

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Know When To Hold Them, Know When To Fold Them, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO104

While you are ultimately responsible for your success, the effectiveness of your business will largely be determined by the people who work with you. For this reason, you have to know how to hire the right people and when to fire the wrong people. In this episode, The MFCEO shares his tips for recruiting the best help for your business and letting go of the dead weight.

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The Advantage of Being Broke, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO103

People say this all the time: “I have this incredible idea. I’ve developed this awesome product or service concept. But I just don’t have any money.” So they justify failure because they had no funds. But according to Andy Frisella, lack of resources is a huge advantage. It forces you to get innovative and to work even harder.

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Control Your Focus, Control Your Outcome, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO102

The minds of successful people are always active. They have an opportunity mindset and want to make the most of everything that happens in their lives. That’s the good news. But according to The MFCEO, the one downside of that mentality is that they think they can focus on everything; they think they can divide their attention and energy into every possible project. Spoiler alert: They can’t. In this episode, Andy Frisella provides some practical tips for to how to focus on one thing; and how that laser-like focus can lead to even greater success.

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Luck Versus Faith, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO101

Too many people attribute other people’s success to luck. They don’t really believe that hard work and persistence are the reasons that people do great things in life. They don’t have faith in the process of execution. The first view of life allows you to sit on your ass and make excuses. The other view demands that you act and trust the process. The view that you hold determines the person that you are and the success you will enjoy in life.

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The MFCEO Movement, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO100

What is The MFCEO Project all about? It’s not just a podcast. It’s not just a brand. It’s a movement. According to Andy Frisella, our generation has lost the mindset and work ethic that leads to success and greatness. In this, the 100th episode, Andy unpacks his manifesto for restoring integrity and excellence to all of us as individuals and society as a whole. From making the decision to be a positive force in the world to urging people to take ownership of their lives, this is The MFCEO at his best–raw and real.

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Dr. Seuss Was Right, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO99

When you look at people’s social media posts as well as their interactions in the real world, you’ll notice something: They always try to emulate someone else. This happens all the time. The average person ends up becoming watered-down, carbon copies of other people. Successful people are different. They embrace their authentic self and are comfortable being who they are.

Pissed Off Customers: Annoyance or Opportunity?, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO98

You’ve heard the old phrase, “there’s a thin line between love and hate?” Well, successful people know the opposite is true. Intense, negative energy can be converted into positive passion. So if your business experiences a disgruntled customer, don’t chock it up to “well, you win some, you lose some.” You have been presented an amazing opportunity. Angry customers can become amazing advocates. You just need to adjust your mindset and adopt the right method.

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Losers Leave It To Chance, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO97

If you want to succeed in life, you can’t leave anything up to chance.  You cannot go 40, 50, or 60 percent of the way toward excellence, but then leave a bunch of factors and variables free to handle themselves. Of course, some things are meant to be. You can’t control everything, all the time. But the people who truly kill it in life are those who take control of every possible factor.

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Balance Is Not Balance, with Andy Frisella – MFCEO96

There’s two ways to look at balance. There’s the way average people understand it: it’s a daily, possibly weekly, task. It’s calibrating the different events and activities and obligations of our lives so that they all get equal time. But successful people look at balance far differently. Essentially, it’s intense, single-minded investment up front with dividends later. If you want to be financially successful, you have to look at it the same way.

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