On this episode of the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Darren Fleming about Mindset Mastery, mental momentum and the marvels of the human brain.
We also dive deep into the world of health and athleticism, meditation and awareness, using positive psychology, and dealing with unwanted thoughts.
Darren Fleming – Mindset Mastery
Darren Fleming is a Peak Performance Strategist, behavioral scientist, former international elite athlete, and a prolific author with six books on communication, leadership, and influence under his belt. He’s recently launched a new book called Mindset Mastery that’s bound to change the game.
With a degree in Psychology from the University of South Australia and a background in neuro-linguistic programming, he has an incredible journey to share with us. From being a para-legal to a debt collector, he’s taken up leadership, training, and coaching roles at Westpac and even worked as a statistician for the Australian government. He’s on a mission to help major Australian and international companies unleash their full potential. With a passion for helping people overcome their limitations and achieve their goals with greater ease, he’s worked with top Global 100 companies such as CISCO, Caterpillar, and Komatsu.
Darren talks about:
- Growing up in a rough environment
- Finding love in the world of sports
- Mindset Mastery
- Sensory body feedback loop and how do we engage with the world
- Mental momentum
- Don’t be a D!ck
- Feeling the fear and doing things anyway
- Taking ownership and responsibility of everything
- Preventing moments of exclusion
- Meditation and awareness
“Always have awareness a hundred percent all the time during the day. That’s the first thing. Action. Well, take action when you need to. It’s not an either-or.” Darren Fleming talks about meditation and awareness on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.
“Don’t turn your back, don’t cover your ears, don’t close your heart.” How to prevent exclusion with Darren Fleming on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.
“I would simply just say be curious, curious, act with love, act or come from love is probably the better perception. Just do something that interests you.” Darren Fleming on creating an energy flow for situations on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.
Resources Mentioned in this show:
Darren Fleming www.darrenfleming.com.au
Darren Fleming LinkedIn
Darren Fleming Twitter
Speakers Institute Corporate www.speakersinstitutecorporate.com
Craig Johns www.craigjohns.com.au
Craig Johns email@example.com
Craig Johns LinkedIn
Craig Johns Facebook
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