Episode 3: How To Become A R.E.A.L. Sucess

What is success?  Who do you look up to as being successful?  Do you see yourself as being a success?  

Your answer to these questions can help determine the drive and trajectory of your life.  Are you working toward the correct definition of success in your life, work and relationships…or do you need to know where to start?   

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Today’s episode features life and business coaches, Andy Kerr and Bill Cox. In it, they talk about breaking down some common misconceptions about success, while providing a framework for determining how to discover true success and fulfillment. Their definition of success is sure to challenge you to think deeper about how you were wired, and how you can work toward the utmost fulfillment in life.   

Once we talk about the definition of true success, we’ll break down four principles to live by that will keep you challenged and growing in your life, work and relationships.

If you’ve ever wondered where to begin in self-discovery of what your one and only life is to be about, today’s episode is for you!  


Show notes:

  • Andy Kerr of http://www.andykerrcoaching.com  

  • Bill Cox of http://www.billcoxcoaching.com

  • What is the true definition of success?

  • Knowing your purpose, growing to your full potential and sowing seeds that benefit others

  • Bill referenced “Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs” (https://www.simplypsychology.org/maslow.html)

  • How can you know your purpose in life and find success?

  • Andy shares his story of self discovery

  • Bill shares his story of self discovery

  • A discussion of the John Maxwell R.E.A.L. success model

  • A challenge to download the study guide and begin a journey of self-discovery today




“Success is a life of continual growth” - Andy Kerr

“Success is knowing your purpose in life, growing to your full potential and sowing seeds that benefit others” - Bill Cox

“If you can learn from your losses and failures, there is hope” - Andy Kerr

“The foundation of coaching is self awareness” - Bill Cox

“People see where you’re at, and not what you did to get there” - Andy Kerr