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Josh Moxey is a 22 year old entrepreneur documenting his journey to becoming world class in business and in life. Follow along as he shares his thoughts, mindsets, strategies, life hacks, lessons learned and more, in real time.It's his goal that in the process of sharing, it helps you raise your standards, improve your quality of life, upgrade your mindset, makes you take bigger action, allows you to enjoy life more, and overall inspires you to be, do and have whatever you truly desire. You can do it.

Latest Episodes

I Removed "Entrepreneur" From My Instagram Bio

Recently, I decided it was time to take the "entrepreneur" label out of my Instagram bio. Here's why I did it.

5 MIN1 weeks ago
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I Removed "Entrepreneur" From My Instagram Bio

How To Avoid Building The Wrong Thing

I've had this challenge come up many times in my entrepreneurial journey. I start creating, design or working on a project, and then I convince myself that it's okay to use imaginary narratives instead of facing and working with actual reality. In this specific case, it meant that I was using mock data and pretend examples when I was designing a system that was supposed to be a perfect solution for my productivity challenges. Long story short, it didn't work out so well and I ended up creating the wrong productivity system. In this episode, I cover how to avoid building the wrong solution, why it's important to create, design and solve challenges using real world examples, data, use cases, situations and challenges in mind, as well as what happens if you don't. Save yourself some time and learn this lesson faster than I did, for the love of god. Please, do yourself a favour and take this advice to heart. I don't want you to waste your time and experience headaches because you put your head in the sand and create false narratives, like I have done too many times in the past. Much love, best of luck with this, and I hope you learn this lesson faster than I did. If you think someone could benefit from this message, share it with them.

5 MIN1 weeks ago
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How To Avoid Building The Wrong Thing

Tackling Root Causes, Experience Stretching & Why I Over Complicate Things | Reflections 053

Interesting episode. I really struggled with this episode because my energy was off and I was being quite self judgemental, but I did still bring a lot of gold here. I talk focusing on the root cause, why I over-complicate systems and work, the downfall of combining too many positive experiences into one, a massive list of challenges, mind dumping, appreciating new music genres, and much, much more.

50 MIN2 weeks ago
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Tackling Root Causes, Experience Stretching & Why I Over Complicate Things | Reflections 053

I'm Giving You the Hard Truth Because I Care

I was slightly irritated in this. Irritated because I care at times, and sometimes too much. I want to give people hard truth, but sometimes their self esteem isn't high enough to handle it. I was calling a friend out because he was bullshitting himself, just as I would expect a friend to do to me, but he wasn't having it at all. In this episode, I rant about self esteem, how I wish the world wasn't so soft, why I give hard truth even though I don't want to, and my disinterest in sugar coating the truth for sensitive people. Hope this helps. Much love world.

5 MIN2 weeks ago
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I'm Giving You the Hard Truth Because I Care

Avoiding Mistakes, Open Loops, A Blog a Day, "Not Enough" & Riddim | Reflections 052

In this episode, I talk about: -Man's Search For Meaning -My ongoing ClickUp obsession -Loving Kindness Meditation -Being afraid of making mistakes -Feeling like things are "never enough" -The challenge with low quantities of content -The benefit of high quantities of content -Patterns being forced to show up in different places until you solve it at its root cause -Sales advice I got from one of my sales mentors (Cody Warner) -Using tight deadlines to cut out the unessential -How riddim has grown on me

47 MIN3 weeks ago
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Avoiding Mistakes, Open Loops, A Blog a Day, "Not Enough" & Riddim | Reflections 052

Are You Throwing Your Future In The Past?

It's heartbreaking to say that I'm quitting coding. It's been an incredible ride, and even though I'm not formally a web developer anymore, I will always use the mindsets, systems thinking, processes & all that I've learned. I'll also never actually stop coding in case that isn't clear, but it'll be just randomly here and there and it will be very far from the main focus. It's brought me so much joy, so much learning, and I'm insanely grateful for it. Next up with https://joshmoxey.com, moving it all to squarespace (whenever I make it a priority, that is). In this episode, I talk about putting down my developer badge, an example of sunk cost fallacy, leaving the past in the past, ego holding me back, caring what people think, avoiding external judgement, what I gained from my experience in web development, prioritizing what has the greatest impact and finally why it's time to pull the trigger and make the decision to stop working on web development. I'll love you forever, coding. You'll always be near and dear to my heart.

14 MIN3 weeks ago
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Are You Throwing Your Future In The Past?

The Possibilities Are Unlimited Within the Quantum Realm

First things first, I don't know a ton about the quantum realm. I'm purely a beginner. What I do know is that in my line of energy work/quantum healing, we work inside the quantum realm because time and space do not exist. It's an area in which unlimited possibilities exist, and the only limit is that which you for yourself. In this episode, I share an exciting potential use case that was presented to me around speed learning through quantum technology. A little bit out there, but I wanted to highlight this cool idea and share what kind of out there concepts I'm pondering at times. Appreciate you watching and listening. Much love all. :)

3 MINAUG 20
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The Possibilities Are Unlimited Within the Quantum Realm

Resistance to Entrepreneurship, Becoming Obsessed & Auditing My Whole Life | Reflections 051

Well hello there, long time no see :) I am SUPER behind on posting right now (22 episodes to be exact) so please excuse me as I'll likely be punting timestamps for the time being. In this episode I talk about: -ClickUp (productivity software) -Becoming obsessed again with something useful -Auditing my life -Why my resistance to entrepreneurship is showing me I have to do it -Cold brew -Looking back to look forward -Sucking at English -MIQ (Most important question)

41 MINAUG 18
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Resistance to Entrepreneurship, Becoming Obsessed & Auditing My Whole Life | Reflections 051

How To Have Challenging Conversations

The idea of giving hard truth, being “confrontational” and having challenging conversations has historically been difficult for me. Many times, I’ve just tried to avoid them all together. With the world being so sensitive and easily offended by the smallest of things, it is genuinely hard to give radical truth and radical transparency because most just can’t handle it. In this episode, I cover 3 keys to having difficult conversations, radical truth and transparency, focusing on what you can control, how you can make that conversation a win, and the deadly long term outcome that will manifest if you don’t have these challenging conversations: resentment. With that being said, this is an ongoing journey from me. This is just one man’s point of view and experience, and this is what I’ve found to work in the long term (not necessarily the short term). Things may be temporarily challenging in the short term with the advice I mentioned here, but I believe it is absolutely in the best interest of the relationship between you and the other person long term. I hope this brings you a ton of value. Let me know which point resonated most in the comments, and which you are most excited to apply. And if it brought you enough value, all I ask is that you share this with someone who could use this message. Maybe someone avoiding difficult conversations

9 MINJUL 31
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How To Have Challenging Conversations

Challenging Conversations, Deeper Empathy & The Late Sleep Schedule Trap | Reflections 050

50 episodes of Reflections. Damn, cool to hit this milestone. Can’t wait to see what this series evolves into in time for 100, 500, or even 1000. Turned out to be a pretty good episode, and I hope it provides you with at least one piece of gold you can turn around and apply. Remember - you can learn all the concepts in the world but if you don’t apply it, it’s as good as worthless. 50 episodes of Reflections. Damn, cool to hit this milestone. Can’t wait to see what this series evolves into in time for 100, 500, or even 1000. Turned out to be a pretty good episode, and I hope it provides you with at least one piece of gold you can turn around and apply. Remember - you can learn all the concepts in the world but if you don’t apply it, it’s as good as worthless. Highlights: 0:30, 4:55 Hitting 50 episodes of Reflections 2:10 If you’re satisfied/content/happy, enjoy your summer. If you’re not, stop partying/chilling and get to work 9:50 The late sleep schedule trap 19:15 Overeating/eating too many calories 21:10 Caring too much about not making people uncomfortable 23:40 Seeing yourself in others & how we are all connected 26:00, 35:30 Transparency & having challenging conversations 31:30 Fear of missing the wave of spirituality 37:15 My chocolate chip cookie obsession detriments 38:05 How I want you to consume my content

39 MINJUL 9
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Challenging Conversations, Deeper Empathy & The Late Sleep Schedule Trap | Reflections 050

Latest Episodes

I Removed "Entrepreneur" From My Instagram Bio

Recently, I decided it was time to take the "entrepreneur" label out of my Instagram bio. Here's why I did it.

5 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
I Removed "Entrepreneur" From My Instagram Bio

How To Avoid Building The Wrong Thing

I've had this challenge come up many times in my entrepreneurial journey. I start creating, design or working on a project, and then I convince myself that it's okay to use imaginary narratives instead of facing and working with actual reality. In this specific case, it meant that I was using mock data and pretend examples when I was designing a system that was supposed to be a perfect solution for my productivity challenges. Long story short, it didn't work out so well and I ended up creating the wrong productivity system. In this episode, I cover how to avoid building the wrong solution, why it's important to create, design and solve challenges using real world examples, data, use cases, situations and challenges in mind, as well as what happens if you don't. Save yourself some time and learn this lesson faster than I did, for the love of god. Please, do yourself a favour and take this advice to heart. I don't want you to waste your time and experience headaches because you put your head in the sand and create false narratives, like I have done too many times in the past. Much love, best of luck with this, and I hope you learn this lesson faster than I did. If you think someone could benefit from this message, share it with them.

5 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
How To Avoid Building The Wrong Thing

Tackling Root Causes, Experience Stretching & Why I Over Complicate Things | Reflections 053

Interesting episode. I really struggled with this episode because my energy was off and I was being quite self judgemental, but I did still bring a lot of gold here. I talk focusing on the root cause, why I over-complicate systems and work, the downfall of combining too many positive experiences into one, a massive list of challenges, mind dumping, appreciating new music genres, and much, much more.

50 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Tackling Root Causes, Experience Stretching & Why I Over Complicate Things | Reflections 053

I'm Giving You the Hard Truth Because I Care

I was slightly irritated in this. Irritated because I care at times, and sometimes too much. I want to give people hard truth, but sometimes their self esteem isn't high enough to handle it. I was calling a friend out because he was bullshitting himself, just as I would expect a friend to do to me, but he wasn't having it at all. In this episode, I rant about self esteem, how I wish the world wasn't so soft, why I give hard truth even though I don't want to, and my disinterest in sugar coating the truth for sensitive people. Hope this helps. Much love world.

5 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
I'm Giving You the Hard Truth Because I Care

Avoiding Mistakes, Open Loops, A Blog a Day, "Not Enough" & Riddim | Reflections 052

In this episode, I talk about: -Man's Search For Meaning -My ongoing ClickUp obsession -Loving Kindness Meditation -Being afraid of making mistakes -Feeling like things are "never enough" -The challenge with low quantities of content -The benefit of high quantities of content -Patterns being forced to show up in different places until you solve it at its root cause -Sales advice I got from one of my sales mentors (Cody Warner) -Using tight deadlines to cut out the unessential -How riddim has grown on me

47 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Avoiding Mistakes, Open Loops, A Blog a Day, "Not Enough" & Riddim | Reflections 052

Are You Throwing Your Future In The Past?

It's heartbreaking to say that I'm quitting coding. It's been an incredible ride, and even though I'm not formally a web developer anymore, I will always use the mindsets, systems thinking, processes & all that I've learned. I'll also never actually stop coding in case that isn't clear, but it'll be just randomly here and there and it will be very far from the main focus. It's brought me so much joy, so much learning, and I'm insanely grateful for it. Next up with https://joshmoxey.com, moving it all to squarespace (whenever I make it a priority, that is). In this episode, I talk about putting down my developer badge, an example of sunk cost fallacy, leaving the past in the past, ego holding me back, caring what people think, avoiding external judgement, what I gained from my experience in web development, prioritizing what has the greatest impact and finally why it's time to pull the trigger and make the decision to stop working on web development. I'll love you forever, coding. You'll always be near and dear to my heart.

14 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Are You Throwing Your Future In The Past?

The Possibilities Are Unlimited Within the Quantum Realm

First things first, I don't know a ton about the quantum realm. I'm purely a beginner. What I do know is that in my line of energy work/quantum healing, we work inside the quantum realm because time and space do not exist. It's an area in which unlimited possibilities exist, and the only limit is that which you for yourself. In this episode, I share an exciting potential use case that was presented to me around speed learning through quantum technology. A little bit out there, but I wanted to highlight this cool idea and share what kind of out there concepts I'm pondering at times. Appreciate you watching and listening. Much love all. :)

3 MINAUG 20
Comments
The Possibilities Are Unlimited Within the Quantum Realm

Resistance to Entrepreneurship, Becoming Obsessed & Auditing My Whole Life | Reflections 051

Well hello there, long time no see :) I am SUPER behind on posting right now (22 episodes to be exact) so please excuse me as I'll likely be punting timestamps for the time being. In this episode I talk about: -ClickUp (productivity software) -Becoming obsessed again with something useful -Auditing my life -Why my resistance to entrepreneurship is showing me I have to do it -Cold brew -Looking back to look forward -Sucking at English -MIQ (Most important question)

41 MINAUG 18
Comments
Resistance to Entrepreneurship, Becoming Obsessed & Auditing My Whole Life | Reflections 051

How To Have Challenging Conversations

The idea of giving hard truth, being “confrontational” and having challenging conversations has historically been difficult for me. Many times, I’ve just tried to avoid them all together. With the world being so sensitive and easily offended by the smallest of things, it is genuinely hard to give radical truth and radical transparency because most just can’t handle it. In this episode, I cover 3 keys to having difficult conversations, radical truth and transparency, focusing on what you can control, how you can make that conversation a win, and the deadly long term outcome that will manifest if you don’t have these challenging conversations: resentment. With that being said, this is an ongoing journey from me. This is just one man’s point of view and experience, and this is what I’ve found to work in the long term (not necessarily the short term). Things may be temporarily challenging in the short term with the advice I mentioned here, but I believe it is absolutely in the best interest of the relationship between you and the other person long term. I hope this brings you a ton of value. Let me know which point resonated most in the comments, and which you are most excited to apply. And if it brought you enough value, all I ask is that you share this with someone who could use this message. Maybe someone avoiding difficult conversations

9 MINJUL 31
Comments
How To Have Challenging Conversations

Challenging Conversations, Deeper Empathy & The Late Sleep Schedule Trap | Reflections 050

50 episodes of Reflections. Damn, cool to hit this milestone. Can’t wait to see what this series evolves into in time for 100, 500, or even 1000. Turned out to be a pretty good episode, and I hope it provides you with at least one piece of gold you can turn around and apply. Remember - you can learn all the concepts in the world but if you don’t apply it, it’s as good as worthless. 50 episodes of Reflections. Damn, cool to hit this milestone. Can’t wait to see what this series evolves into in time for 100, 500, or even 1000. Turned out to be a pretty good episode, and I hope it provides you with at least one piece of gold you can turn around and apply. Remember - you can learn all the concepts in the world but if you don’t apply it, it’s as good as worthless. Highlights: 0:30, 4:55 Hitting 50 episodes of Reflections 2:10 If you’re satisfied/content/happy, enjoy your summer. If you’re not, stop partying/chilling and get to work 9:50 The late sleep schedule trap 19:15 Overeating/eating too many calories 21:10 Caring too much about not making people uncomfortable 23:40 Seeing yourself in others & how we are all connected 26:00, 35:30 Transparency & having challenging conversations 31:30 Fear of missing the wave of spirituality 37:15 My chocolate chip cookie obsession detriments 38:05 How I want you to consume my content

39 MINJUL 9
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Challenging Conversations, Deeper Empathy & The Late Sleep Schedule Trap | Reflections 050
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