For Life on Purpose Episode #36, my guest is syndicated radio host, bestselling author, and life coach Joel Boggess from ReLaunch, which was named by John Lee Dumas’ Podcasters’ Paradise as the “Most Inspirational” and the “Best Overall” podcast of 2014.
Joel joins me for an impactful “mini-sode” (30 minutes) in which we discuss both nearly dying at a young age and how those events changed each of our lives, along with the importance of his three-Rs: Resources, Relationships, Routines; and tips for ReLaunching your life towards the one you really want to live.
About Joel Boggess:
Joel Boggess is the go-to guy for clarity, confidence and direction. He’s the guy people call when they’re feeling stuck, under-challenged, or overwhelmed.
As a syndicated radio host, bestselling author, and life coach, Joel teaches people how to relaunch their lives and start over with confidence.
Originally from San Antonio, Texas, Joel earned his undergraduate degree at Texas Tech University, an MBA from Amberton University, and a Master’s in Counseling.
His latest book, Finding your Voice, hit the #1 spot on Amazon for success, happiness, and in the self esteem categories. And his podcast, ReLaunch, was named by Podcasters’ Paradise as the “Most Inspirational” and “Best Overall” podcast of 2014, and has recently passed the one million listens mark.
Joel and his wife Pei live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and have two Golden Retriever, retired therapy dogs, Bubba and Jake.
To learn more about Joel and ReLaunch, visit: http://relaunchshow.com.
ReLaunch doesn’t mean you have to do something completely different.
My challenge to you is not only to figure out “what’s next?”, but to gain an understanding of what has brought you the most joy and fulfillment in your journey, what is it that you can not NOT do, because your past leaves clues.
In May 2014, Joel decided to further embrace his dream and gifts in broadcasting – with Pei’s support, ReLaunch! is born.
A show sharing inspiring turning point stories, fresh ideas and practical steps, so people can be more, earn more, and contribute more. It was an “overnight” success.