Justin Schenck is an entrepreneur and public speaker who hosts a podcast called the Growth Now Movement. By now, you’re probably starting to see a theme in my blog posts – one of self discovery and yes, growth – in both your business and personal life. Listening to this podcast is only one of the many ways you can expand your horizons. And I would never have heard about him at all, were it not for Vincent Pugliese, Andy Storch & Ken Carfagno.
These three have been instrumental in expanding my horizons. All three of them just recently went to Justin’s Growth Now Movement Live event in Reading, Pennsylvania – and RAVED about it. So much so that I’m committed to joining them next year, and very much looking forward to it. This is a big deal for me because most of the conferences I’ve been to in the past have been voice conferences where I meet up with my colleagues and discuss the business of … well… voice overs – not business conferences in general.
Don’t get me wrong. It’s wonderful to meet up with my friends in the voice over business. And they really are good friends. But it will be equally interesting and educational to meet up with business professionals that are motivated to up their game across all sorts of different industries. A lot of what motivates them, also motivates me. And that leads me to more mention of Justin’s podcast.
I’ve already linked to his interview with Mike Kim – and if you’re wanting to give his podcast a listen, I think you’ll really find that particular one to be highly entertaining and educational. But this episode on How to Deal with Imposter Syndrome really spoke to me. It’s a short podcast (only a little over 3 minutes!) – but it’s a powerful one. He calls these his “moment of growth”. And along with these, he also interviews some fascinating and highly motivational personalities.
Sometimes all that’s between you and success is a different mindset – and these podcasts are really good at shifting that inner dialogue from destructive to constructive. My recommendation is to listen to a bunch of his back episodes, depending on what appeals to you, and then follow his podcast from here on out. I know I’ll be adding this one to my list. I hope it helps you reach those big dreams!