How To Get A Fresh Start

How To Get A Fresh Start

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EPISODE SHOW NOTES

Getting a fresh start means letting go of the aspects of your past that are holding you back.  In this podcast, you will learn the three steps you need to take to give yourself a clean slate and a fresh start.

In this episode, you will learn . . .

  • What’s killed your momentum in the past.
  • How to attack and resolve issues immediately
  • The two solutions for every problem
  • ‘This too shall pass’ mindset

Links & Resources Mentioned in this Episode…

Books:

6 Months to 6 Figures – Peter Voogd

Websites:

Peterjvoogd.com

Gamechangersmovement.com

8 Comments
  • Alexander Campbell
    Posted at 17:17h, 02 June Reply

    Thank you Peter. Good episode, particularly liked the thought on providing 2 solutions to people as a leader. Personally working through some mental blocks. Would love an episode on identifying the weak link or the mental block in the mind and strategies for working with/through/around it.

    • Peter Voogd
      Posted at 19:58h, 14 June Reply

      Thanks for the support and for listening Alexander!!

  • John R. Finley
    Posted at 23:14h, 02 June Reply

    I’m thankful that I came across Mr. Voogd. I first learned of him from reading articles on entrepreneur dot com. I pay close attention to what he teaches.

    • Peter Voogd
      Posted at 19:58h, 14 June Reply

      Thanks John Finley! Appreciate you!

  • Francillon
    Posted at 07:08h, 03 June Reply

    That’s sounds good sir thank.

    • Peter Voogd
      Posted at 05:31h, 16 June Reply

      Thank you!

  • Rohit N
    Posted at 21:18h, 05 June Reply

    HI guys ,

    Great Podcast.

    I have been feeling lately that having a fallback plan is making me complacent.
    Will Smith said — ‘There’s no reason to have a plan B because it distracts from plan A.’
    What are your thoughts on this guys? Should I truly ‘burn my boats’ ?
    I am 27 and single. I feel that I should cut of all things dragging me all directions and focus on 1 or 2 things only.
    Any suggestions are welcome.

    • Peter Voogd
      Posted at 05:34h, 16 June Reply

      Hi Rohit, thanks for your question. Yes, have 100% clarity on plan A and fully sell yourself on the reasons ‘why’. Remember, complacency is the biggest killer of all dreams. Keep focused.

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