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Share strategies and tactics to overcome struggle and prepare for success. I served 26 years in prison. Lessons I learned changed the way I think and helped me develop a stronger mindset. Those mindset strategies and tactics prepared me for success. Each day I share those strategies and tactics to teach and inspire others. Click here to learn more about my story: https://michaelsantos.com/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-santos/support
 
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Earning Freedom with Michael Santos

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Earning Freedom with Michael Santos

Michael Santos is an advocate, author, speaker, and consultant. Through Earning Freedom, Michael shares strategies that empowered him through struggle and he interviews others who overcame struggle and went on to success.

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Earning Freedom offers insight into strategies that empower people through struggle. Michael Santos went to prison as a consequence of bad decisions he made as a young man. While serving a 45-year prison term, he learned lessons that inspired him to prepare for success. Through Earning Freedom, Michael shares those lessons and shows how they led to his success upon release. He also interviews others who successfully overcame struggle.
 
Success After Prison highlights experiences and lessons Michael Santos learned while conquering 26 years of imprisonment. He shares strategies that he learned from leaders like Socrates, Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, Viktor Frankl, and Martin Luther King. Those leaders taught concepts to overcome struggle and adversity. Michael shows how living in accordance with those strategies opened opportunities for him in prison and prepared him for success upon reentry. He emerged from prison succes ...
 
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To build more success in your career, in your business, in your life, live authentically. That's a lesson I learned from leaders who held a success mindset. It worked for leaders like Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and Steve Jobs. It also worked for me and it can work for you.If you want to learn more about the many lessons that powered me through 26 …
 
When we live in a state of gratitude, more blessings open up for us. I learned that lesson while climbing through 9,500 days in prison. During those 26 years, I maintained a high level of energy and discipline, largely because I appreciated the many blessings that had come my way.Prior to learning about this concept of gratitude, a series of bad de…
 
Success doesn't happen by accident and it rarely comes overnight. We're far more likely to succeed if we engineer the course of action. Take small, incremental action steps that can bring the outcome we want. In today's Michael Santos Mindset podcast, I talk about celebrating achievements. I used this strategy to stay motivated. That motivation all…
 
Do you really know what it means to be deliberate? In what ways are you sowing seeds today for the success you're determined to become tomorrow?This tactic of being aware is an essential component of the success mindset. I learned the importance of being aware, or keeping my head in the game, as I climbed through 9,500 days in prison. I knew that i…
 
If you're after a success mindset, use accountability metrics to take you to the next level and the next level after that.With a success mindset, we look to where we want to be in the years and decades ahead. Without this tool, those visions seem distant. They're too far into the future. We can lose our way, much as we would lose our way if we were…
 
What action steps have you taken today to show your commitment to the success you want to build in the months and years ahead?I'm Michael Santos and I'm absolutely certain that if you follow the strategies and tactics that powered me through 9,500 days in prison, you will achieve higher levels of success. Strategies and tactics lead to a positive m…
 
Do you know the secret to maintaining a high level of energy and discipline? Let me tell you the solution that worked for me. I powered through 26 years as a prisoner with a success mindset. I didn't go into prison with a success mindset. Rather, I cultivated that success mindset through books I read. Those books taught me how to think about what I…
 
Do you have the right attitude? How would you know?I'm Michael Santos and I can tell you how having the right attitude made all of the difference in my life. The right attitude powered me through 26 years in prison, and having the right attitude led to my first million dollars after I returned to society.We get the right attitude when we make a 100…
 
What are you doing today to put yourself on a pathway to success?Setting clear goals is an essential tactic that will lead you into a better place, regardless of what external circumstances are governing your life today. I learned the importance of goals at the same time that I was learning the importance of mindset and making values-based decision…
 
Welcome to the Michael Santos Mindset podcast. Really want to share the strategies that powered me through 26 years in prison. Strategies and tactics helped me to develop a mindset of success. I'm confident a success mindset can lead you to prosperity, too. In what ways are you defining success?In what ways does your definition of success define yo…
 
In what ways are you striving to build a million dollars in equity? What options exist? In what ways do you invest time, energy, and resources to pursue the best option. Today's podcast offers strategies to guide your thoughts. When authorities released me from 26 years in prison, I wanted to build $1 million in assets and I had to consider options…
 
Do you know what happens when you keep everything you say, everything you think, and everything you do in harmony? When we keep everything we think, say, and do in harmony, we develop a success mindset. Use this strategy to grow and become more successful. It will help you build a pathway from where you are to where you want to go. I kept everythin…
 
In 2008, the venerable Wall Street firm, Lehman Brothers collapsed, wiping out assets worth trillions of dollars. That collapse led to the greatest recession of our lifetime. The stock market collapsed. The real estate market collapsed. Credit dried up. It was a tough time for many families. Since then, markets recovered and even soared to new high…
 
Are you ready to start building more success in your life? Then change the way you think! In today’s Michael Santos Mindset episode I reveal how a success mindset it like connecting dots. I had to start connecting dots at the start of a journey that would carry me through 26 years in federal prison. I’m revealing those dots on the My Story section …
 
I’m 54 years old as I record this podcast, on September 9, 2018. The Michael Santos Mindset podcast teaches others how to reach a higher potential, to break free from struggle, to build more success by changing the way we think. In episode three that I published yesterday, I revealed those ten-steps to a success mindset. In today’s episode I reveal…
 
What is the Success Mindset? In this episode,​ I reveal more about the curriculum I’m creating at https://michaelsantos.com to the very clear pathway that will lead to a success mindset. I learned these techniques while I was locked inside of a jail cell as I was starting a sentence that would keep me in prison for multiple decades. By changing the…
 
Creating success after struggle requires incremental action steps. After 26 years in prison, I knew that I had to take specific action steps to build stability for my wife and me. What strategies are you using to build prosperity? To get to the next level, my wife used the same type of mindset strategies that motivated me through prison. We thought…
 
Revealing background on how Socrates inspired me to change the way that I think. I was locked inside of a federal prison, facing a life sentence. Rather than dwelling on the struggle, I learned how to think about what I could do to make things right. By changing the way I thought, I could seize or create opportunities. Adhering to a values-based, g…
 
Do you have a solid, actionable plan to build financial stability or prosperity in your future? That’s a question that relatively few Americans ask themselves. Those who want to do more than ask questions take action. It’s never too early, and it’s never too late to put yourself on the path to prosperity. I’m Michael Santos with Alternative Investm…
 
Questions from Audry Spade So Michael, you were in your early 20’s when you were convicted and sent to prison. I'm curious about your childhood and the influences you had growing up. How did you arrive at the decision to pursue crime? What kind of technology do you remember people using back before your arrest in 1987? You were arrested for drug tr…
 
Federal authorities charged Brett with federal crimes. Since he had worked for several years as a police officer, the criminal charges derailed his life. He decided to cooperate with authorities in exchange for leniency at sentencing. Brett talks about how he has rebounded with a new career since being dismissed from the police force.…
 
In 1995, a federal judge sentenced Luis Rivera to a term of life in prison, plus 140 years. In this episode on Earning Freedom, Luis describes his early adjustment. From his appearance on the Earning Freedom podcast, we know that Luis was released from prison and he now lives as law abiding citizen. Learn how he got out after 30 years in prison.…
 
Derek Sauceda began using drugs when he was 10. His drug addictions led him into crime. His crime led him into a series of prison terms that kept him locked in cages for more than 24 years. Now he is a successful case manager with Fathers and Families of San Joaquin Valley. From Derek's story we see that a path exists to overcome struggle.…
 
Big D was drawn to the streets as a young man. He looked up to drug dealers and gangsters. Authorities arrested Big D and after his trial, he was sentenced to a term that required him to serve more than 20 years in Pennsylvania prisons. Big D said that he wasted his first 10 years of confinement. Instead of adjusting positively, he lived in prison …
 
Today I spoke with Billie Gomez, a man who shared a story about his transformation. Billie spoke about growing up in a violent neighborhood and being influenced by gangs. By the time he was 18, he went to prison with a five year sentence. His adjustment in prison led to his receiving additional time. Upon his release from prison, Billie reverted to…
 
Today's episode on Earning Freedom features an interview with Jeff Mould, founder of Second Chance Jobs for Felons. More than 60,000 people who returned to society after time in confinement rely upon his website each month. His website: Second Chance Jobs For Felons Focuses on helping people with criminal backgrounds. By adhering to his advice, peo…
 
Weldon Long made some bad decisions as a young man. He went to prison. While incarcerated he struggled until he found education. Once he discovered the power of education, he applied himself fully. Weldon earned an undergraduate in prison and he earned a master's degree in prison. Then, Weldon used his education to build extraordinarily successful …
 
President Obama commuted Israel Torres' sentence. A federal judge sentenced Mr. Torres to life in prison. While serving the life sentence, Mr. Torres kept hope alive and focused on steps he could take to prepare for success upon release--he always believed release would come. As a consequence of his successful adjustment, the President granted Isra…
 
Donald Gridiron is on his way to prison. It's a big challenge for anyone, especially for a well educated man who didn't have any previous experience with the criminal justice system. In today's Earning Freedom episode, Donald describes how a gambling addiction led him into the criminal justice system. He also talks about help he received from Justi…
 
Scott Clark had been a successful businessman. Some decisions he made regarding raising capital led him to the crosshairs of prosecutors. Soon after agreeing to plead guilty, Scott contacted Justin Paperny of White Collar Prison Advice. That call brought Scott hope. In today's Earning Freedom podcast, Scott speaks about the strategies he learned fr…
 
Alexis shares her inspiring story on the Earning Freedom podcast. She describes being abused by a pimp as a young woman. After years of prostitution, authorities sentenced her to a lengthy prison term. Upon being separated from her family, she made a commitment to transform her life. While in a prison cell, Alexis stayed away from trouble and focus…
 
Today's show on Earning Freedom podcast features an amazing success story. Richard Esteras (@RichardEsteras) got involved in crime as a young man. Bad decisions led him to prison. While in prison, he made a decision to change his life. In this episode, he describes how he found strength while locked inside of a solitary cell. Then, he used lessons …
 
I met Malik King at an event that celebrated FAMM's 25th anniversary in Washington DC. When I met Malik, I asked if he was formerly incarcerated. He told me that he had never been to prison, but he corresponded with more than 200 federal prisoners. He is an inspiration, showing people that even though they may have made bad decisions in the past, t…
 
Michael Endres is an amazing man. He went to prison as a young man without much in the way of direction. A violent crime resulted in his receiving a lengthy sentence. While incarcerated, however, Michael realized that he wanted to change his ways. He saw education as being the best opportunity to build a new life. Michael enrolled in school. He ear…
 
Today I interviewed Marcus White for the second time. He talks about his adjusting in society after decades in prison. Below is a brief bio he wrote. At nineteen years old the penal system had nearly captured the rest ofmy natural life for gang violence. Sitting in a jail cell paralyzedwith this gripping fear that i'd die in a prison I found myself…
 
Success After Three Times in Prison John Thomas started making bad decisions as a young man. He sold drugs and went to prison. While in prison, John continued making bad decisions. Those decisions resulted in his serving many years longer than he had to serve. He could’ve been released after five years. Yet his adjustment in prison resulted in his …
 
Shakoure Char Carpenter grew up in a tough, New York environment. As a young boy, leaders from the streets influenced him. He got sucked into their lifestyle. The friends he chose led him into deeper problems than he could imagine. At 18, authorities arrested him for felony murder. A judge slammed Shakoure with a life sentence. He served 23 years i…
 
Conquering Prison Rodney White is a native of Richmond Virginia and served 15 years of an 18-year sentence for drugs and firearm charges. He tells his inspiring story on the Earning Freedom podcast. After release from prison, Rodney became an award winning sales person, motivational speaker, facilitator, community college academic adviser, and radi…
 
Gang Leader Transformation: Becoming Published Author I interviewed Abner Garcia, a remarkable young man who transformed his life while serving lengthy prison terms. He is an inspiration to anyone in prison, showing that at any time, a man can become more than past bad decisions. He grew up in a gang infested neighborhood and become a product of th…
 
Dr. Jesse De La Cruz: Prison Gangster to Community Leader, part 2 So proud to feature part two of my interview with Dr. Jesse De La Cruz, a formerly incarcerated prisoner who emerged incredibly successfully--as a doctor of education and judicial expert. Check out his resume. Listen and watch his amazing two-part story on Earning Freedom, at Michael…
 
So proud to feature Dr. Jesse De La Cruz, a formerly incarcerated prisoner who emerged incredibly successfully--as a doctor of education and judicial expert. Check out his resume. Listen and watch his amazing two-part story on Earning Freedom, at MichaelSantos.com Dr. Jesse De La Cruz JSD Consultations P.O. Box 1993 Stockton, CA 95201 Cell: 209-423…
 
Michael E. Jordan transformed his life while serving multiple decades in prison. He's become a role model for others who aspire to lives of meaning and relevance after struggle. Michael E. Jordan, CEO and Co-Founder |Managing Business Partner - Folsom, CAMichael E. Jordan, was a career Medical Imaging Technologist with over 20 experiences; Mr. Jord…
 
Erik Jensen on Earning Freedom podcast At the very tender age of 11, Erik Jensen was living in an abusive, single parent household with daily violence fueled by alcoholism. He sought escape on the streets, committing theft, selling and using drugs, and was always in trouble with the law until Erik found himself in some of the worst prisons in New Y…
 
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