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289 | How To Overcome What’s Keeping You Stuck

How To Overcome What’s Keeping You Stuck “Now I can just be… it’s almost like being free.”  Today we are talking about what I often refer to as “junk in life.”  We’ll all have junk. Here’s what it looks like: Worry – about our work, families, kids, money, deadlines… Insecurity Fighting or disunity in our marriages, friendships …

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263 | Ask Chris: Small Business Accounting, Giving Raises, and People-Pleasing

Small business accounting, giving raises, and people-pleasing… On today’s #AskChris episode, discover: How to handle giving raises Why you should get rid of “annual evaluations” The traps of small business accounting The line between people-pleasing and solving problems Listen here:   Resources: 3 Leadership Styles That Show Up In The Workplace ChrisLoCurto.com for your event …

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217 | The Powerful, Repeatable Sales Process Critical To Your Leadership

The Powerful, Repeatable Sales Process Critical To Your Leadership On this episode of The Chris LoCurto Show, we’re talking about sales and leadership… and a POWERFUL sales process that I think you’re gonna love! We’re talking about the fear of, “Can I trust someone else with the revenue responsibility of this business?” I’ve been SO looking …

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How Feeling Responsible for Other’s Emotions Sabotages You and How Not To

Do you ever struggle with feeling responsible for how someone else feels about you or some situation  in their life? If you have, you know the struggle of figuring out how to help them, if you even should help, and fear of guilt or feeling selfish if you don’t help, and the weight of taking …

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198 | Encore Episode: What You Have In Common With Wine

To understand ourselves and why we make decisions the way we do, we must understand what we have in common with wine. Yes, wine. On this episode of The Chris LoCurto Show, we’re discussing part viticulture and part life lesson. In this podcast we’ll talk about: How wine grapes are grown and how this relates …

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186 | Why Entrepreneurs Plateau in Their Business Part 2

[lbdesign_button link=”https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/chris-locurto/id522095976?mt=2″ size=”medium” target=”_blank”]iTunes[/lbdesign_button] [lbdesign_button link=”http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-chris-locurto-show” size=”medium” target=”_blank”]Stitcher Radio[/lbdesign_button] [lbdesign_button link=”https://soundcloud.com/chrislocurto” size=”medium” target=”_blank”]SoundCloud[/lbdesign_button] Welcome to the show, Nevin! He was our first podcast live call in Q&A guest! We brought Nevin back on to dive even deeper and get really practical… If you have questions that you want answered, solutions you need, things that are holding you …

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4 Ways To Help You Let Go

For many people, letting go of hurt, anger, pride, and the past is more difficult than watching Gigli. While others are able to shake bad things off, or look at everything with a fantastically positive attitude, most people struggle to just let go.

Chris LoCurto, Leadership, Business, Strategic Planning, LifePlan, #CLoTribe

And when you see someone who seems to be mad or negative about everything, it’s usually not everything they’re mad about. It’s from something much deeper that’s been buried inside for a long time.

Over a third of the leaders and entrepreneurs that I coach, have connected some of the issues in their business with something that happened in their childhood or relationship, or lack there of, with their father.

When leading people through LifePlan, I spend time working through the big turns in someone’s life, not the big crazy experiences, to discover why they are where they are and why they make the decisions they make. Having this information is the beginning of what I use to lead them to the life they actually want.

In all situations, letting go becomes key. Now, as I say that, there are a ton of friends or spouses out there that always say, “I told you that you needed to do that”. Here is what I can promise you – it doesn’t matter how many times you tell someone what’s wrong with them, or what they need to do, if they don’t ever get to the root of the issue, they’ll never be able to “let go.”

Obviously I can’t go through two days worth of info in this post, but here are some things you can do right now to help you let go: