After his American Idol audition, William Hung’s rendition of “She Bangs” became famous for all the wrong reasons. Despite a humbling start, William redeemed himself.
He has since appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and The Ellen DeGeneres Show and even performed live with Ricky Martin in Las Vegas. William has spent the last 16 years studying the world’s top performers and public speakers to uncover their secrets to success. Using what he discovered, he skyrocketed his first studio album “Inspiration” to #1 on the independent Billboard charts.
His latest TEDx talk has been viewed by over 40,000 people in less than a month. He has also spoken for Microsoft, REMAX, Qorvo, and other esteemed associations.
He now helps people find their unconventional path to success because he believes everyone has a right to try something new without being judged or ridiculed. He uses his 15 years of experience playing poker to apply game theory for helping his clients with improving their public speaking.
We are excited to share this episode with our audience because you'll get to hear stories from someone who was quite literally "an overnight celebrity"! Hint hint...it's not always as great as you think it may be.
Happy Friday ya'll!
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With everything going on in the world right now, it's easy to get sucked into the downward spiral of negative media, fear and worry.
But at a certain point, you'll realize that this downward spiral is not helping you.
So instead of focusing on the negatives in the world, we wanted to bring you some good news!
Despite being in lockdown during in Covid-19, there are still good things happening in the world. The key is to find it. Find the good.
In this episode of the Just F-FIT podcast, we are sharing good news! We asked you to write in on our Facebook and Instagram to share some good news that you've seen during the last few weeks.
This good news will help to lift you up, inspire you and give you some hope for the days to come!
Check out this good news episode right here.
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Is it selfish to be practicing self care during the Coronavirus crisis?
Self care is often labeled as being a selfish practice, but today’s returning podcast guest, Nancy Gallegos, will show you that self care may just be the thing you need to get through this time of crisis.
Nancy Gallegos is a self-care coach and business mentor who helps mental health professionals and social workers recover from burnout and compassion fatigue. She’s helped clients bring balance and joy back into their career and lives. She also helps psychotherapists transition from a psychotherapy practice into a profitable and ethical online coaching business. Her unique step by step transition system leverages expertise, education, and passion to help her clients identify the best niche for their profitable offerings while navigating the grey area between therapy and coaching. A graduate from Pepperdine University, Nancy holds a masters in clinical psychology and a Marriage and Family Therapist License in California where she lives. Prior to transitioning into coaching, Nancy was in the mental health field for 14 years where she held a varied of positions from psychotherapist to Assistant Vice President of a top mental health agency in Los Angeles. Nancy’s writing passions include topics on combating compassion fatigue and stress in the mental health field, holistic wellness, self-care, and women empowerment.
Whether you are feeling overwhelmed, frustrated or anxious, establishing a self care habit today can help you to weather the current global health storm. Just spending 5 mins to reconnect with how you are feeling and thinking, can have a profound effect on your mood and how you approach your day.
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Our egos can either bring out the best, or worst in us.
We allow ourselves to compare our "good 'ol glory days" to our present situation and if not kept in check, can easily become one dark rabbit hole.
Why? Because we get too busy looking back and focusing on WHAT WAS that we miss the opportunity of today and possibilities of WHAT COULD BE....
Our egos can be utilized to reveal our strong character, or uncover our most negative trait.
At this point in my life, I can pinpoint specific moments where I've gotten in the way of my own success. Where I was too prideful to either ask for help, or too nieve to think that I can do it all on my own.
I was too into myself thinking that I always had to be "the best" in everything I did.
And that's exactly why I stopped progressing. I stopped surrounding myself with people who were better than me.
I let my ego get in the way of my personal development.
I wasn't being challenged to reach for more because in my head, I was comfortable with the status quo.
Until one of my good friends, @alexspinoso kept me in check when he told me, "Never be afraid to be the youngest, dumbest, most inexperienced MF'er in the room."
I don't know if he made it up himself or if he read it on some fortune cookie or whatever lol but regardless, the truth hit me like a ton of bricks.
I've been getting in my own way for a long time now.
My comfort zone had become a breeding ground for bad habits, mediocrity, and the weak mentality I had been preaching against for as long as I can remember.
I had become what I was coaching people NOT to be.
At that point, I knew Alex was right.
It was a tough pill to swallow, but it was definitely a necessary reminder.
Our egos can lead us to the person we were created to become.
Otherwise, our egos can create the exact opposite of everything we hoped to build.
And you know what's the best part of it all?
It's YOUR choice.