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Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

Gregg Clunis

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Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

Tiny Leaps, Big Changes

Gregg Clunis

162
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1.1K
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Tiny Leaps, Big Changes is a personal development podcast focused on exploring the day-to-day behaviors we all engage in that determine the results we gain in our lives. Hosted by Gregg Clunis, the show shares simple strategies you can implement into your life to start moving the needle towards your biggest goals.

Latest Episodes

597 - How to Improve Your Memory

In this episode, we look at one simple strategy to improve your memory. Sponsor: Head over to www.betterhelp.com/tinyleaps and use the discount code tiny leaps to get 10% off your first month. The Problem There are often really important things we need to remember in our day to day lives. These can be minor like remembering to take out the trash or a bit more serious like remembering your anniversary. Regardless of what it is you need to remember though it’s not always easy to do so. Digging Deeper The first thing we need to better understand is what our options are when it comes to memory. There are three main categories of memory: Long term memory Short term memory Working memory The Solution So how do we use this knowledge to better remember things that are important but not critical? The answer comes in two steps: Encoding Memory Recall QOTD: What is your best memory trick? -> http://instagram.com/tinyleaps --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

14 min1 d ago
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597 - How to Improve Your Memory

596 - 3 Questions to Get Started

In this episode, we look at 3 simple questions to ask to find your first steps. Sponsor: Go to www.blinkist.com/tinyleaps to start your FREE 7 day trial AND get 25% off a Blinkist Premium Membership and up to 65% off audiobooks. The Problem Personal development is difficult. We know that taking action consistently is the key to getting results, but there is so much to consider even before we get to the “taking action” part of things. What should we even take action on? How do we turn our goals into action in the first place? What do we do when we get stuck? Digging Deeper Part of the reason this happens is because of how complex personal development has gotten. Between all of the books, apps, podcasts, facebook groups, email lists, blogs...etc that are out there this industry has gotten very loud. Everyone has their own process and their own method for helping you create change and solve your problems. And while, on the surface, this might seem like a good thing, it ultimately leads to a lot of confusing advice that often contradicts each other. The Solution Which area of your life needs the most support? What opportunities do you have? What can’t you do that you wish you could? QOTD: What is your favorite journal prompt? -> http://instagram.com/tinyleaps --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

15 min2 d ago
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596 - 3 Questions to Get Started

595 - Why Change is Inevitable

In this episode, we look at why change is inevitable. Sponsor: http://www.betterhelp.com/tinyleaps The Problem Many people are afraid of change. Whether or not that change is good or bad we tend to want to hold on to the things we know and have experience with. This is the same reason why people tend to be more willing to take action in order to move away from pain than they are to gain pleasure. Your life might not be great right now, but you’ve come to terms with that. You’ve absorbed that idea into a part of your identity and so losing it becomes painful. Digging Deeper Of course, being afraid of change means that many of us stay exactly the same throughout our lives. We spend each and every day working hard just to be able to maintain what we have, never thinking about how we can gain. When setting goals or pursuing something specific we often sabotage ourselves because the focus required to gain that thing MEANS being willing to sacrifice something else. Success requires sacr...

11 min5 d ago
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595 - Why Change is Inevitable

594 - The Truth About Time Management

In this episode, we look at the truth about time management and why it's still a problem. Sponsor: Visit www.athleticgreens.com/tinyleaps to try it out - and receive the FREE D3/K2 wellness bundle with your first purchase! Again, that’s www.athleticgreens.com/tinyleaps. The Problem Whole industries have been built around time management systems and teaching us how to use them. There is no shortage of these hacks - digital and paper calendars, notification reminders, productivity apps on your phone and the list goes on. In addition, there are millions of blogs, podcasts, and books, all on the topic of how to manage your time. Yet even with all of these resources available to us, we are all still frustrated, we’re still wasting time, and we’re still unable to get things done. What gives? Digging Deeper When did the idea of time management come about? The idea of time management was invented by Fredrick Taylor in the late 1800’s to provide a system to accomplish more in a shorter p...

12 min1 w ago
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594 - The Truth About Time Management

593 - Stop Relying on Willpower

In this episode, we look at willpower and why you struggle to accomplish your goals. Sponsor: Head over to greenchef.com/tinyleaps80 and use the code tinyleaps80 to get $80 off your first month plus free shipping on your first box. The Problem: When we decide we want to build better habits things tend to be pretty straightforward– we are going to lose weight, stop smoking, organize our closets, and finally stop procrastinating. But by the end of the week your plastic bins for organizing are still in the trunk of your car, your new running shoes tossed in the back of the closet, and there are those cigarettes still being smoked. What happened? Digging Deeper The dictionary definition of willpower is the control exerted to do something or restrain impulses, and the ability to control one’s own actions, emotions or urges. It’s important to understand that willpower is like physical strength in that: Willpower is a mind-body response, not merely a mindset Willpower is limited (just l...

12 min1 w ago
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593 - Stop Relying on Willpower

592 - How to Say Yes to Yourself

In this episode, we look at how to prioritize yourself and say no to others more often. The Problem I often struggle with prioritizing myself and making decisions that I actually want. It sounds silly right? It should be easy to prioritize myself. It should feel like the simplest thing in the world to check what I want in a situation and act accordingly. But it’s not. Maybe it’s because I like avoiding conflict. And it’s not just me, many people around the world avoid conflict at all costs. Conflict is uncomfortable, it’s scary, and anything that might lead to conflict is seen as wrong. Speaking up for yourself? That’s a big no no. Saying no to a request? Wouldn’t dream of it. Changing your mind about plans with friends? That’s rude. It’s built into our culture but it comes from very deeply rooted survival mechanisms that drive us to take actions and say things that may lead to being liked or accepted. Digging Deeper We live in a world that does not reward no. We live in a w...

13 min2 w ago
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592 - How to Say Yes to Yourself

Repost: You Are Not Your Circumstances

I'll be taking the week of 8/31/202 to 9/4/2020 off from publishing new episodes. In the mean time, please enjoy this curated list of re-post content. Join Tiny Leaps Plus: http://tinyleapsplus.com Follow on Instagram: http://instagram.com/tinyleaps --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

12 min2 w ago
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Repost: You Are Not Your Circumstances

Repost: You May Not Deserve to Be Confident

I'll be taking the week of 8/31/202 to 9/4/2020 off from publishing new episodes. In the mean time, please enjoy this curated list of re-post content. Join Tiny Leaps Plus: http://tinyleapsplus.com Follow on Instagram: http://instagram.com/tinyleaps --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

8 min2 w ago
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Repost: You May Not Deserve to Be Confident

Repost: The Importance of Sharing Your Story

I'll be taking the week of 8/31/202 to 9/4/2020 off from publishing new episodes. In the mean time, please enjoy this curated list of re-post content. Join Tiny Leaps Plus: http://tinyleapsplus.com Follow on Instagram: http://instagram.com/tinyleaps --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

11 min3 w ago
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Repost: The Importance of Sharing Your Story

Repost: How Are Your New Years Resolutions?

I'll be taking the week of 8/31/202 to 9/4/2020 off from publishing new episodes. In the mean time, please enjoy this curated list of re-post content. Join Tiny Leaps Plus: http://tinyleapsplus.com Follow on Instagram: http://instagram.com/tinyleaps --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

12 min3 w ago
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Repost: How Are Your New Years Resolutions?

Latest Episodes

597 - How to Improve Your Memory

In this episode, we look at one simple strategy to improve your memory. Sponsor: Head over to www.betterhelp.com/tinyleaps and use the discount code tiny leaps to get 10% off your first month. The Problem There are often really important things we need to remember in our day to day lives. These can be minor like remembering to take out the trash or a bit more serious like remembering your anniversary. Regardless of what it is you need to remember though it’s not always easy to do so. Digging Deeper The first thing we need to better understand is what our options are when it comes to memory. There are three main categories of memory: Long term memory Short term memory Working memory The Solution So how do we use this knowledge to better remember things that are important but not critical? The answer comes in two steps: Encoding Memory Recall QOTD: What is your best memory trick? -> http://instagram.com/tinyleaps --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

14 min1 d ago
Comments
597 - How to Improve Your Memory

596 - 3 Questions to Get Started

In this episode, we look at 3 simple questions to ask to find your first steps. Sponsor: Go to www.blinkist.com/tinyleaps to start your FREE 7 day trial AND get 25% off a Blinkist Premium Membership and up to 65% off audiobooks. The Problem Personal development is difficult. We know that taking action consistently is the key to getting results, but there is so much to consider even before we get to the “taking action” part of things. What should we even take action on? How do we turn our goals into action in the first place? What do we do when we get stuck? Digging Deeper Part of the reason this happens is because of how complex personal development has gotten. Between all of the books, apps, podcasts, facebook groups, email lists, blogs...etc that are out there this industry has gotten very loud. Everyone has their own process and their own method for helping you create change and solve your problems. And while, on the surface, this might seem like a good thing, it ultimately leads to a lot of confusing advice that often contradicts each other. The Solution Which area of your life needs the most support? What opportunities do you have? What can’t you do that you wish you could? QOTD: What is your favorite journal prompt? -> http://instagram.com/tinyleaps --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

15 min2 d ago
Comments
596 - 3 Questions to Get Started

595 - Why Change is Inevitable

In this episode, we look at why change is inevitable. Sponsor: http://www.betterhelp.com/tinyleaps The Problem Many people are afraid of change. Whether or not that change is good or bad we tend to want to hold on to the things we know and have experience with. This is the same reason why people tend to be more willing to take action in order to move away from pain than they are to gain pleasure. Your life might not be great right now, but you’ve come to terms with that. You’ve absorbed that idea into a part of your identity and so losing it becomes painful. Digging Deeper Of course, being afraid of change means that many of us stay exactly the same throughout our lives. We spend each and every day working hard just to be able to maintain what we have, never thinking about how we can gain. When setting goals or pursuing something specific we often sabotage ourselves because the focus required to gain that thing MEANS being willing to sacrifice something else. Success requires sacr...

11 min5 d ago
Comments
595 - Why Change is Inevitable

594 - The Truth About Time Management

In this episode, we look at the truth about time management and why it's still a problem. Sponsor: Visit www.athleticgreens.com/tinyleaps to try it out - and receive the FREE D3/K2 wellness bundle with your first purchase! Again, that’s www.athleticgreens.com/tinyleaps. The Problem Whole industries have been built around time management systems and teaching us how to use them. There is no shortage of these hacks - digital and paper calendars, notification reminders, productivity apps on your phone and the list goes on. In addition, there are millions of blogs, podcasts, and books, all on the topic of how to manage your time. Yet even with all of these resources available to us, we are all still frustrated, we’re still wasting time, and we’re still unable to get things done. What gives? Digging Deeper When did the idea of time management come about? The idea of time management was invented by Fredrick Taylor in the late 1800’s to provide a system to accomplish more in a shorter p...

12 min1 w ago
Comments
594 - The Truth About Time Management

593 - Stop Relying on Willpower

In this episode, we look at willpower and why you struggle to accomplish your goals. Sponsor: Head over to greenchef.com/tinyleaps80 and use the code tinyleaps80 to get $80 off your first month plus free shipping on your first box. The Problem: When we decide we want to build better habits things tend to be pretty straightforward– we are going to lose weight, stop smoking, organize our closets, and finally stop procrastinating. But by the end of the week your plastic bins for organizing are still in the trunk of your car, your new running shoes tossed in the back of the closet, and there are those cigarettes still being smoked. What happened? Digging Deeper The dictionary definition of willpower is the control exerted to do something or restrain impulses, and the ability to control one’s own actions, emotions or urges. It’s important to understand that willpower is like physical strength in that: Willpower is a mind-body response, not merely a mindset Willpower is limited (just l...

12 min1 w ago
Comments
593 - Stop Relying on Willpower

592 - How to Say Yes to Yourself

In this episode, we look at how to prioritize yourself and say no to others more often. The Problem I often struggle with prioritizing myself and making decisions that I actually want. It sounds silly right? It should be easy to prioritize myself. It should feel like the simplest thing in the world to check what I want in a situation and act accordingly. But it’s not. Maybe it’s because I like avoiding conflict. And it’s not just me, many people around the world avoid conflict at all costs. Conflict is uncomfortable, it’s scary, and anything that might lead to conflict is seen as wrong. Speaking up for yourself? That’s a big no no. Saying no to a request? Wouldn’t dream of it. Changing your mind about plans with friends? That’s rude. It’s built into our culture but it comes from very deeply rooted survival mechanisms that drive us to take actions and say things that may lead to being liked or accepted. Digging Deeper We live in a world that does not reward no. We live in a w...

13 min2 w ago
Comments
592 - How to Say Yes to Yourself

Repost: You Are Not Your Circumstances

I'll be taking the week of 8/31/202 to 9/4/2020 off from publishing new episodes. In the mean time, please enjoy this curated list of re-post content. Join Tiny Leaps Plus: http://tinyleapsplus.com Follow on Instagram: http://instagram.com/tinyleaps --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

12 min2 w ago
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Repost: You Are Not Your Circumstances

Repost: You May Not Deserve to Be Confident

I'll be taking the week of 8/31/202 to 9/4/2020 off from publishing new episodes. In the mean time, please enjoy this curated list of re-post content. Join Tiny Leaps Plus: http://tinyleapsplus.com Follow on Instagram: http://instagram.com/tinyleaps --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

8 min2 w ago
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Repost: You May Not Deserve to Be Confident

Repost: The Importance of Sharing Your Story

I'll be taking the week of 8/31/202 to 9/4/2020 off from publishing new episodes. In the mean time, please enjoy this curated list of re-post content. Join Tiny Leaps Plus: http://tinyleapsplus.com Follow on Instagram: http://instagram.com/tinyleaps --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

11 min3 w ago
Comments
Repost: The Importance of Sharing Your Story

Repost: How Are Your New Years Resolutions?

I'll be taking the week of 8/31/202 to 9/4/2020 off from publishing new episodes. In the mean time, please enjoy this curated list of re-post content. Join Tiny Leaps Plus: http://tinyleapsplus.com Follow on Instagram: http://instagram.com/tinyleaps --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

12 min3 w ago
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Repost: How Are Your New Years Resolutions?
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