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Season 1, Episode 024: Who da ya Know? [Podcast]

In this episode: Your networks are your access to the world. They say everyone is only 6 degrees of separation from the entire world, but what if you could get that down to only 2 or 3 degrees of separation? The

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Season 1, Episode 6: It’s Just a 2 Degree Shift [Podcast]

  • August 6, 2017

In this episode you will discover: You are not as far off track as you might think. A small 2 degree shift will take you to a completely different destination. Most people think big changes are needed,

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Season 1, Episode 5: Are you Living, or Not Dying? [Podcast]

  • August 5, 2017

In this episode you will discover: Survivors of trauma can be categorized into two groups: Those who are “living” and those who are “not dying” The key to living a fulfilling

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Season 1, Episode 4: Give to Others and You Give To Yourself [Podcast]

  • August 4, 2017

In this episode you will discover: When you give to others, you are really giving to yourself Society considers it counter-cultural to give When you do not accept a gift from someone, you are actually

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Season 1, Episode 2: Find Your 5 and Play at That Level [Podcast]

  • August 2, 2017

In this episode you will discover: Your social network determines your social status. If you want to raise your game, you have to raise your associations. New social networks will not “let you

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You can Accomplish ANYTHING!

  • July 31, 2016

Today Luke Aikins set an amazing world record by successfully jumping 25,000 feet out of a perfectly good airplane…   … without a parachute!   While this isn’t something I suggest

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Why this site?

  • June 6, 2016

I recently shared with a friend my intention of building my new JeremyWhaley.com website.  His immediate reaction was “who cares?” He had a good point.  It led to a great discussion that

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Perfection Kills Progress

Hello everyone.  This is my first blog post on my personal site Jeremy Whaley.com and I’m going to tell you how perfection kills progress.  In my case perfection has killed progress for 11 years. I’m

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