Jul 26, 2021
Welcome to this week’s episode of the Thinking Big Podcast.
Today I welcome my friend Dr. Justin Moseley to the show as we discuss how to exchange your comfort for your calling.
Justin runs a very successful chiropractor office, but after a near-death experience, Justin had to ask himself, why is he still here.
And now, more than anything, Justin is passionate about helping entrepreneurs overcome their limiting beliefs, gain massive confidence, and step into their greatest power, all while crafting lives of prosperity, freedom, and impact.
My biggest takeaways from this episode are:
Today we will be Think Big on our mindset.
Connect with Dr. Just Moseley
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Be sure to check out your free 6 Human Needs Assessment
Why are the six human needs so important to understand?
It is important to understand they are not goals nor merely desires, but profound needs that underlie and motivate every choice, every belief, and every decision we make.
Because they are the driving force behind any person’s behavior, understanding the needs and vehicles used to meet them, we will better understand why life is the way it is currently and, more importantly, how to facilitate change.
The 6 Human Needs Assessment finds your top core needs – and then explains how to improve and balance your life.
There are 6 human needs that everyone has at varying levels. The 6 needs are CERTAINTY, UNCERTAINTY/VARIETY, SIGNIFICANCE, LOVE/CONNECTION, GROWTH, and finally CONTRIBUTION. Knowing ourselves, what drives us, and what our blind spots could be are incredibly important. This test was developed by Tony Robbins and Cloe Madanes is a great way to get insight into ourselves.
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Until next week, remember to always think big