Episode 291 How to SuperFocus Your Life and Leadership with Tommy Newberry

On this episode of The Lead Up Podcast, Mike is joined by Tommy Newberry! Tommy has been coaching entrepreneurs, business leaders, and couples for over 30 years. Tommy explains how his niche is working with people who are entrepreneurial in mindset, who are leaders, and who want to reach the next level financially but refuse to do it if it requires compromising their faith, family, or health. Mike and Tommy discuss the system Tommy has created, aimed to help entrepreneurs get from where they are now to where they want to go with predictability.

They also speak about Tommy’s book, The 4:8 Principle. Tommy shares how he began writing the book 18 months prior to it being released. He explains the ideology behind the book as being a guide to help people realize that they can take command of their thinking and that when they do they take control over the rest of their life. Tommy states that the five practical questions he has created to help people achieve this are:

  1. What am I grateful for
  2. What are my recent victories
  3. What are my strengths
  4. What am I looking forward to and excited about
  5. In what ways can I increase my service and value to others

Tommy mentions how you can take any of these five questions and give them a time frame or quantity. Mike suggests you don’t even need to create more time in your day to complete these questions, you can answer them while you’re in the shower or at the gym.

Mike asks Tommy about how his book and the principles he teaches within his writing help someone who needs to focus on their well-being and how people can use the knowledge provided In the book to replenish the mind. They also talk about the increase in self-image issues and how it impacts people's daily lives. Tommy speaks about taking control of your mindset and how your brain is the hardware and your mind is the software full of a collection of beliefs and expectations we have created for ourselves.

You can find out more about Tommy on his website.