Relationships. We can talk about them forever, so we're gonna talk about them forever. This week, we give a lot of general advice about relationships, whether you are in a new one, have been in one forever, or are single but want some insight on your non-romantic relationships. People commonly forget how important it is in life to have social skills. Even if you're relationships are going well, it helps to brush up on the basics of how we relate to one another and why.
Doing something simple, sometimes means even more than a grand gesture. You don't have to go to a soup kitchen or devote your entire life to charity to make a difference. Each day we get countless opportunities to make the lives of people around us better. This week we give practical advice about how we can all do a little something to make the world around us better.
How do successful people like Elon Musk, Kanye West, and Tim Ferriss achieve their goals? What does it mean to follow a dream? In this week's motivational and educational episode of BroAUM, Ben and Joe cover how to define your dream and some tips on the best mindsets to move toward achieving it. They use one fan's dream as an example of some specific roadblocks that could come up along the way, and how other people have successfully dealt with those roadblocks.
You don't have to be a slave to trends or Instagram. nor do you have to pretend that what you wear doesn't matter. They say you eat with your eyes first, and try as we may, we judge people on the way they look--at least initially. Finding clothing and accessories that make you feel your best is not unnecessary or gay. It's a chance to let people see a glimpse of who you are before they get to know you. The owner of the Yankees said, "When you look good, you feel good, and when you feel good you play good." If it's good enough for Micky Mantle, it's good enough for you.
This week, Ben and Joe discuss ways in which you can improve your personal productivity, giving a few specific techniques that they employ in their own work life that help them stay on task and discussing helpful ways to frame your pesky to-do list in your mind. Hopefully, by the end of the episode, you'll have some tools to create a custom framework for your own objectives.
How can you compete in today's job market? What are the best ways to interview? Where do you look for jobs? What industry do you belong in? Ben and Joe answer these questions and more in this episode about how to get a job from two guys who've had a staggering amount of gigs in their 30 years on Earth.
How do you approach somebody--anybody--without scaring them off? How do you maintain the friendships you already have? This week, Ben and Joe talk about how to create and maintain connections with people for social and spiritual health. You can't do everything alone, and why would you want to? There's a lot of cool people out there, so tune in to hear how you can improve your interactions with the people you know and those you don't.