In episode 68 of Fresh Tracks I speak with author and business coach David Neagle in-depth about Universal Law and the role our beliefs play in our ability to cut Fresh Tracks. David shares that everything in the Universe is in a constant state of creation and a constant state of motion, it’s main intention is to bring more life to everything. In this week’s show we also discuss the two main obstacles people come up against when trying to create change and how not being aware of them can cause us to stop moving forward.
David share’s his insights into the role our beliefs play in manifesting our desires and how important it is to understand our beliefs beyond an intellectual understanding. David also shares the secret that differentiates his many clients that have achieved millionaire status from the rest. We wrap up the interview with David’s teaching on his favorite Universal Law.
1:30 – What is Universal Law and why is it important?
6:10 – If you could remove all limitations, what would your life look like?
8:25 – The two instrumental things a person needs to know in order to succeed
11:45 – The common thread for the million-dollar business owners that David’s coached
14:10 – The number one thing that is detrimental to your success
19:30 – David teaches his J curve and how our ancestors beliefs still affect us
23:00 – What happens if you let fear take over during your growth period
26:10 – The role beliefs play in cutting Fresh Tracks
About David Neagle:
David Neagle is the bestselling author of The Millions Within and is known as one of the architects of the coaching and personal growth industry itself. He has worked alongside other well-known mentors like Bob Proctor, Marianne Morrisey, Tony Robbins and the like for decades.
He’s the guy you go to when you’ve tried every strategy, and you finally realize, it’s not your strategy that’s an issue, it’s what’s going on between your two ears that’s the issue.
Forever an avid student, David’s core mission is to bring expanded awareness & higher consciousness to as many people as possible, and to find greater ways of helping leaders make a bigger impact, so they can lead their greatest possible lives and serve the greatest number of people.