The Fun Road with Kass & Steve
Awareness VS Fear

Awareness VS Fear

March 12, 2020

Kass and Steve talk about how to deal with the fear of the unknown. And how to differentiate between fear, worry, and awareness. Fear can be paralyzing, when you don’t know from one thing or the other you tend to lean towards fear and worry. Worrying about what could happen is different than being aware of the things that could happen. Do you see the difference? Worrying paralyzes you, awareness educates you.

When you think about your fear, does the fear measure up to the possibility of that thing you are worried about happening? The solution to overcome the fear is a lot easier than living with the fear and worry. When trying to make yourself aware, you have to make sure that you don’t go down the rabbit hole of reading and listening to everybody so that it turns into worry and fear.

Kass and Steve talk about some of their fears they had growing up. Can you relate to any of these? We hope you get a good chuckle out of their fears just like they do!

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How To Handle Your “Hot Buttons”

How To Handle Your “Hot Buttons”

February 20, 2020

How do you wake up in the morning? Would you call yourself a morning person?

Kass and Steve are talking about how to handle your “Hot Buttons”. Hot Buttons can be described as something that triggers you into making you angry. Hot buttons are when you are overly sensitive about something and it is something that you yourself needs to work through. Recognizing that there are thing(s) that trigger you to anger can make you wonder if other people have those same hot buttons.

Kass and Steve talk about their own hot buttons, and how they are able to work through that emotion. They also talk about how hot buttons can vary; depending on your relationships, your work environment, etc. You might have a hot button with coworker, and a completely different one with a close friend.

Kass and Steve also talk about how to communicate with people who’s hot buttons have been triggered by something youhave said to them. Communication is key. Take the higher road, and be the person to diffuse the situation and squash the problem before it even gets to a breaking point

Make Your Life Count

Make Your Life Count

February 5, 2020

Do you ever feel like taking control of your life is selfish?

On this episode Kass and Steve are talking about how making your life count may look selfish to others, but it is beneficial for you. Changing your mindset on how to be selfless for yourself can put your life into the direction you wanted. Are you afraid that you are in a box and you can’t get out of that box that society has put you in? Maybe you’re a stay-at-home mom who wants to work, or you want to change your career, or whatever it is you feel is holding you back, you can do it.

You need to give yourself the permission to be selfish for your own success. Kass and Steve talk about their own experiences with how being selfish with their own lives benefited them and others in the long run. It is imperative that you are selfish mentally, physically, and emotionally. That way, you can help others do the same when they need it.

Life is a road, it’s a journey of trying to find yourself and what you are meant to do. It’s time to make your life count!

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Turning Resolutions Into Results

Turning Resolutions Into Results

January 29, 2020

Are you the type of person that makes resolutions? Are you afraid that you will fail?

On today's episode, Kass and Steve are talking about turning your resolutions into results. Have you ever wondered why your resolutions aren’t sticking? When you make resolutions, do you come up with a game plan? Are you clear on what your steps are? Clarity comes from action, creating opportunity fires signals in your brain to look for new possibilities. This will open a doorway to success.

Whatever thing you are feeding in your soul, it will win. If you are telling yourself negative thoughts and why you won’t succeed at something, or if you are telling yourself that you shouldn’t start a resolution because you feel like you’ll fail, you will. Changing your mentality to a plan of action, and deciding to get things done is the way to success. Whether it’s waking up 30 minutes earlier, going to the gym, reading more books, etc. Whatever your resolution is, take action.

When you realize that resolutions take work, success takes work, and take ownership of that, your resolutions will turn into habits, and those habits turn into results.

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Addiction: You Can’t Always See It

Addiction: You Can’t Always See It

January 15, 2020

When you hear the word Addiction, where does your mind go? Does it go to physical addiction? Kass and Steve are talking about addiction on today’s episode.

They are talking about the addictions you can’t see. Such as someone who is addicted to self loathing, or putting themself down. Or addicted to creating some sort of unnecessary drama in their life. Do you know someone like this? Maybe you are guilty of this type of behavior addiction yourself. And while they mention confidence a lot, today they are talking about how confidence is the keystone to everything else. It is the the thing that holds your success, friendships, careers together. Whatever your ambition is in life, confidence is the glue.

Kass and Steve talk about the time we spend thinking about the things that are bad about ourself, or thinking about all the things we don’t have. That inner dialogue is something that can be an addiction. The first step is admitting that you do it, and the next step is to work on it. Growing from it and getting better every day is what this Fun Road is all about.

Habits can turn into addictions. Snapping out of a bad attitude can create the habit of being positive, and then becoming addicted to the positive!

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Confidence is the Keystone

Confidence is the Keystone

December 18, 2019

Confidence is the Keystone to success. It is the glue that holds everything else together.

Kass and Steve talk about confidence in this podcast. And while they mention confidence a lot, today they are talking about how confidence is the keystone to everything else. It is  the thing that holds your success, friendships, careers, whatever your ambition is in life, confidence is the glue.

Kass and Steve say that confidence over competence beats it every time, and they are here to share their stories of how confidence got them to where they are today. That doesn’t mean they haven’t failed, they have their share of failures. But, through maintaining confidence they have found success. Fear is going to hold you back. Fear of failure, too scared to try, you will always be heading down the same road.

Confidence is the moving force that pushes you in the successful direction.
Confidence takes practice. Just like riding a bike, it takes muscle memory. Being confident is not being arrogant. Kass and Steve talk about the differences of these two words as well.

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What is Beautiful to You?

What is Beautiful to You?

December 11, 2019

Let’s talk about Beauty. And no, we aren’t talking makeup and hair tips. We are talking REAL beauty.

Kass and Steve ask the question: what is beautiful to you? Usually when people ask you about beauty, you immediately think about appearance. But Kass and Steve are going deeper than that. Kass and Steve have traveled all over the world and know for a fact that there is beauty in all things. Cultures, music, people, places, foods, you name it and they can find the beauty in it.

Real beauty in a person is the light that shines from within you, it is the what comes from the inside and shows on the outside of someone. Being different from someone else is beautiful. Different cultures teach us things that are not familiar to us, and the unfamiliar can have power to show beauty to us.

Being unique is something that Kass and Steve have come to realize is what makes this world so beautiful. Try looking for the beauty in something you never thought of as beautiful, and you’ll be surprised at what you find.

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The Art of Progress

The Art of Progress

December 4, 2019

This week Kass and Steve are talking about the Art of Progress and make a big announcement about The Fun Road.

Kass and Steve dive into this episode talking about how successful people only take one successful step forward every day. You should pick one thing you want to focus on, and what you can do to make an issue shrink so it leaps you into progression instead of perfection. Progression is more important than perfection. So, when you’re looking at passive action, it takes a lot of time but it isn’t pushing you like active action does.

The power of progress is so important in improving your life, and Kass and Steve have a special surprise that goes along with this principal! You will need to listen to the podcast to hear what the surprise is, but you don’t want to miss it. All the details are in this episode.

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Taking an Inventory of Your Life

Taking an Inventory of Your Life

November 27, 2019

Have you taken an inventory of your life lately?

On this week's episode, Kass and Steve are talking about where they want to be in ten years from now and taking an inventory of your life right now to get to that point. Taking an inventory can mean a lot of different
things. What do you have right now? What are you missing? What do you need more of? There are lots of different ways to figure this out for your life and your situation, you just need to find the one that works for you.

Maybe you want to be out of debt, maybe you want to travel a certain number of times, maybe you want to advance your education or improve your relationships. Taking an inventory means that you check what you have and how you can improve those things, not throw them away. Kass and Steve ask each other where they want to be in ten years, and the answers may surprise you.

Take an inventory, write it down, and start making it happen for you! And Kass and Steve have us on the edge of our seats with a special announcement coming up, so don't forget to tune in weekly to find out!

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If You Could Turn Back Time

If You Could Turn Back Time

November 20, 2019

If you could turn back time and undo one thing, would you? What would you undo?

On this week's episode, Kass and Steve ask the question: what is one thing you did that you wish you could take back? What is the first thing that comes to your mind? Maybe it was not taking the job or talking badly about someone you wish you hadn’t. Maybe you quit something that you wish you wouldn't have quit? All of these things are possible, and most people have had these experiences.

Kass and Steve ask each other the same question they ask the listeners, and they share their experiences with wishing they could take something back. Wishing you could turn back the clock and take an opportunity, or not involving themselves in a conversation that was hurtful for someone else.

If you can't take anything back, you can sometimes fix what you did. But it's also important not to live in the past. It's good to keep moving forward and realize that life is to be lived and everybody makes mistakes. Even Kass and Steve!

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