The Podcast

THE MOMENTUM LIFE PROJECT

A regular podcast on all things mindset, planning and maximising momentum

The Momentum Architects’ mission is to inspire global change through individual momentum. Having the right mindset, understanding individual strengths and knowing what to focus on are the key ingredients to success. The Momentum Architects podcast features bite-sized business tips, tools, techniques covering all aspects of mindset, goal setting, process hacking and how to maximise productivity.

S5E13: Jules Urquhart on how you might be breathing wrong

S5E13: Jules Urquhart on how you might be breathing wrong

**NEWSFLASH: have you signed up to the free, live and exclusive webinar on June 30th titled: Getting the hell out of your own way - 3 secrets to stop the self-sabotage and start living your best life? Places are filling quickly and this one’s going to be a...

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S5E9: On taking back control and launching a movement

S5E9: On taking back control and launching a movement

Ask me 10 years ago if I’d be running a business (let alone on my second business) and I’d have looked at you as if you had gone mad.Ask me 2 years ago if I’d have a weekly podcast and I would have I’d have laughed in your face.Ask me 6 months ago if my...

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S5E8: Andrew Morello on the 3am gun to your head question

S5E8: Andrew Morello on the 3am gun to your head question

What would your answer be if someone broke into your house at 3am, put a gun to your head and asked you the ‘why’ (as in ’why do you do what you do’) question?Andrew Morello has used his answer to the ‘3am gun to your head question’ for many years now to...

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S5E7: Lauren Beaufils on how to get your mojo back

S5E7: Lauren Beaufils on how to get your mojo back

You know those people who always seem to be at the top of their game, always have everything together and don’t ever seem to be sitting still? Today’s guest is one of those… she’s what I call a true momentum maker. She knows what she wants and she sure as...

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…because global change really does start with individual momentum.