Tony Woodall is the host of the Goal Getting Podcast. He is also a mentor, coach and a motivational speaker. Listen to how Tony became an entrepreneur!
Tony Woodall is the host and producer of the Goal Getting Podcast. He is also an award winning motivational speaker, a Huffington Post contributor, a mentor, and a coach.
Although he never went to college, as both a child and an adult, Tony excelled in school, course work and training. He always ranked highly with exams, frequently achieving 2nd place. He was highly motivated and set ambitious goals for himself from a young age. Tony followed many motivational speakers, purchased their programs and practiced their teachings. He spent time and money attending seminars. He followed all the rules and dreamed big. But in spite of all his efforts, Tony failed to achieve his dreams.
It wasn’t until he took hypnosis classes and began to study and understand how the mind works, that Tony discovered it was his own limiting beliefs, passed down through programming like, “You’re not college material,” and “You can’t afford to go to college,” and “You can’t be number one” that were keeping him from achieving his goals.
That was the beginning of a turnaround that led Tony to where he is today and motivated him to want to help others in their journeys toward achieving their goals.
In his own words, “I improved my career and my income using the proven, systematic techniques I now teach in my Goal Achievement Success System. I want to teach others how to set goals effectively and to remove negative, limiting beliefs and replace them with positive, success-oriented, goal achieving beliefs.”
Tony Woodall Show Notes
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What is your background?
How did you go about getting your first speaking engagement?
Do you like speaking in front of people?
Will you explain the imposter syndrome?
Do you feel like you have carried through with inspiring one person a day?
Did you have any unsuccessful ideas and how did you change tactics to fix it?