Chuck Wang who by the young age of 34, lived in San Diego, California, ran a small business, maintained $250,000 in liquid assets, owned $2 million dollars in real estate, drove a BMW, vacationed in Cancun, Mexico, scuba dived in Jamaica and Hawaii, and embarked, with talks of comfortably retiring. Then within a year Chuck lost it all. In 2011, Chuck was forced to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection, leaving Chuck completely broke financially and completely broken as a human being.
Through this Chuck learned a lot. As painful as it was, it also helped him see what was most important, what he could live without, what he needed to do to change his life. And eventually, what he could do to help others. He met other people with similar life experiences, who generously shared their stories with him. Before he knew it, Inspired Works was born.
The Inspired Works Podcast deals with the business of life. Are you searching for more financial wealth? Better relationships? Inner peace? Do you know what is preventing you from achieving that which you are meant to achieve? This podcast focuses on 1) Mindset 2) Recognizing limiting behaviors and beliefs 3) actionable and repeatable processes 4) Support 5) Service to others. Whether you are a victim of child abuse, a King of a bankrupt business, a first place athlete of a losing race. A very specific pattern presents when life isn’t peachy. The key to your transformation is usually something that you cannot see. This podcast covers subjects like abuse, self loathing, lack self confidence, pain, hurt, isolation with disciplines like spirituality, metaphysics, quantum physics, finance, religion, holistic healing, and even country music.
In this episode we talk about:
- have a purpose behind it works
- Lost everything
- The new normal
- Connecting on a new level
- Value for your psyche
- Just need a crack in the door
- Get outside yourself
- John Lee Dumas Podcast (Entrepreneur on fire)
- Create the ripple effect
- Can only inspire so much until you have to take until you actually have to do something
- Create value proposition
- Online marketing environment
- Homebase online
- The MVP podcasts (maximum value proposition)
- Changing paradigm to help people think and help people do business
- Only absorb so much content
- Difference between knowing how to do something and actually doing it
- Only eight weeks to create results
- Has to have a purpose
- Have to make a difference
- World in need of healing
- Old industrial age
- Bringing people together
- Content onto man
- Importance of delivery channel
- Changes and barriers to entry for podcasting
- Cost of podcasting supplies
- Get out of your own way
- Radio versus podcasting benefits
- Intimate relationships
- Privilege to be listen to
- Why Chuck hated himself for so long
- Love talking to people and helping people
- Learning experience for everyone involved
- Relationship of gratitude
- Idea of purpose
- Don’t re-create the wheel, create something new
- Explore your motives behind your podcast
- Create creatures of habit, even though our habits are horrible
- Ability to sit in your own pain
- Can’t do anything if you don’t know yourself
- Mother nature is a bitch
When someone is considering a podcast as a medium, how do I know if it’s for me? How complicated is it to do a podcast?
Explore your personal motives behind your podcast and evaluate what you’re doing the podcast for. If you’re doing it for money that it’s not a good idea if you’re doing it for your ego then it’s probably not a good idea. Look for your purpose behind your podcast.
What are the most important things to consider?
You don’t have to do podcasting alone, learn from others.
Which podcast should I follow, why and how often?
Russell Brunson because he’s genius, he makes marketing is truly sexy and he has a fierce attitude and spirit.
Where to find Chuck Wang