Shane Krider

ENTREPRENEUR, BUSINESS COACH, SPEAKER,
AUTHOR, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

About Shane Krider

Shane Krider is a highly successful entrepreneur and life coach who has been a constant student of leadership development and personal development for twenty years. His desire to learn how to increase business results propelled him into the world of personal development. It was within this sector that Shane found professional and personal success.

Shane started his first business at 26-years old, working as an independent sales agent in the travel industry. His drive, passion and natural entrepreneurial abilities saw him achieve momentous success and within just two years he’d become a self-made millionaire.

An avid entrepreneur, Shane is continually expanding on his success, utilizing his passion for personal development and talent for public speaking, to launch new business ventures. Krider’s interest in the human spirit led him to be the Executive Producer of five documentary films. One of which, Unbeaten, was shortlisted for an Oscar.

Krider greatly values his wife and three children, and loves the opportunities his success has brought them. Being able to constantly travel together, while maintaining his successful business is a fortunate lifestyle they enjoy.

“I have a true passion for helping people from all over the world gain greater levels of perception through personal development teachings.” Shane Krider

Born to Prosper


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Synchronicity Explained: Clear Intentions

Synchronicity Explained: Clear Intentions

Shane Krider and his wife, Rachel Krider, discuss the meaningful coincidences that come from synchronicity in an episode of their personal development podcast. This episode highlights five steps to help your life prosper. The blog below is about step one: forming a clear intention.

Here’s the first thing you need to do. Imagine you form a very clear intention on what you want to create. Now, here’s the caveat with that: it’s so easy, so normal, to think in terms of the context of your life so far when you set that intention. We think incrementally, right? We think in terms of “okay, so I’m a blue-collar guy, I’m putting in car stereos, I’m making $35K a year, I’m working 80 hours a week, maybe I could get a better car stereo job and make $45k a year working only 60 hours a week. That’s an incremental process and that’s what we have a tendency to do.

You don’t know how it’s going to happen, but you have to open yourself up anyway. I created the clear intention that this is what I want to see happen. I want to be a business owner and work with people who have already had success in this area of business. That’s a big ask and it’s something I didn’t think was possible.

But, number one, you have to set the intention whether you think it’s possible or not because our limiting belief will stop us from setting the intention. If we’re not on purpose, none of the bigger mechanisms that have worked to set me free, can come into play. If you don’t have a destination, you don’t have a purpose, nothing of what is taught will do anything for you.

The purpose and the goal may seem like it’s outside of what you think is real, but you have to do it anyway.

Shane Krider is a successful personal development life coach, producer, speaker, author, and entrepreneur. Along with his wife, Shane is the co-host of Born to Prosper’s Mind Power, which is a self-help podcast which challenges its listeners to delve deep into their minds to find success. In addition, Shane travels the world in luxury to speak to aspiring entrepreneurs at conferences and workshops to inspire them to find their own pathways to success. Shane Krider is part of The Prosperity of Life Network, a United States-based personal development business with a presence in 52+ countries.

How to Find Happiness: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

How to Find Happiness: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

Rachel & Shane Krider’s third episode of their personal development podcast teaches of finding happiness and identifying your purpose. Below is a snippet of the podcast where Shane applies Maslow’s hierarchy of needs to finding our happiness.

Abraham Maslow, the 19th/20th century philosopher talks about the hierarchy of needs. The pursuit of success is also the pursuit of happiness. The pursuit of survival is also the pursuit of happiness because when we’re surviving really well in a way that suits us we tend to be a bit more happy than when we feel like everything’s falling apart around us.

So at the very bottom of the hierarchy of needs, the first thing that we have to to really focus on as human beings is our physical needs: food, water, oxygen, shelter, you know things of this nature. If we don’t have these things in place, then it’s very difficult for us to have any other desire. When you’re starving to death or when you have no water or no oxygen you don’t really care so much about the other things.

Once you get that in place, the next thing that you really want is belonging. You want to be a part of a group. Have you ever seen kids that become part of groups that really don’t hold the same values? You yourself, have you ever been a part of a job or a group that really doesn’t have the same values as you do? They don’t have the same beliefs, they don’t have the same thinking. But it’s a hell of a lot better than being alone, right? Right.

As you start to climb this ladder, you start to get a little bit more finicky. It isn’t enough just to survive, and it isn’t enough just to belong to the group. Now you want to start to discover yourself. You want to start to understand yourself and your own values and your own purpose.

If you’re listening to this (or reading it on my website!), you’re probably at least at that point, so big congratulations for that! Once we get to that next step where we start to understand ourselves, which is essentially building our own self-esteem, we want to feel better about ourselves. Sometimes that means that the groups that were a part of, or some of the ways that we’re going about fulfilling our physical needs, might not really be in alignment with who we want to be. The version of us that we’re going to feel the best about.

For me, it’s like, I got to change what I do for a living. I also got to change some of the relationships that I have or at least create some new relationships that are going to support me on this new journey that I’m on. One step forward, two steps back can be the name of the game as you start to go through this. It can seem like it can rob you of your happiness. So if you want to find happiness, once you start to see the vision and especially once you start to meet some other people that resonate with you on that vision, on that mission, your happiness is no longer tied to a lot of the things that it was and it starts to become more tied to the journey of where you’re going and what’s happening to you right now.

Shane Krider is a successful personal development life coach, producer, speaker, author, and entrepreneur. Along with his wife, Shane is the co-host of Born to Prosper’s Mind Power, which is a self-help podcast which challenges its listeners to delve deep into their minds to find success. In addition, Shane travels the world in luxury to speak to aspiring entrepreneurs at conferences and workshops to inspire them to find their own pathways to success. Shane Krider is part of The Prosperity of Life Network, a United States-based personal development business with a presence in 52+ countries.

How to Find Happiness: Be in Flow

How to Find Happiness: Be in Flow

Rachel & Shane Krider’s third episode of their personal development podcast teaches you how to find happiness and the power of identifying your purpose. Below is a snippet of the podcast where Shane discusses one of the main ideas of Daniel Pink’s self-help book, Drive, needing to be in flow in order to find happiness.

The 21st century author, Daniel Pink, knows a little bit about happiness. He knows a little bit about what it really takes for people to succeed and be on purpose. I love referring to his book, Drive.

He basically talks about the need to be in flow. When you’re getting into. flow you get to the point where you’re not thinking about what you’re doing, you’re not all up in your head, and you’re just in the groove, you’re in the moment, you’re making it happen. That’s when we do our best work. Statistically, your productivity goes through the roof when you get in this place of flow. Your creativity goes through the roof, your joy goes through the roof. All of this success, it all comes about from getting in the flow.

What we’re talking about here is a formula. We’re going to give you guys a bit of a formula to get more and more into flow. You’re not going to get in the flow doing things that you have to do. You get in flow by doing things that fulfill you. Granted, you might have to get a little bit creative to figure out what fulfills your heart and also put food on the table, but that’s part of the game of life. It’s something that we all have to figure out. If you want to be more successful, if you want things to be easier, you want to have more joy, if you want to gain the respect of more people, it’s just all an upward spiral.

Shane Krider is a successful personal development life coach, producer, speaker, author, and entrepreneur. Along with his wife, Shane is the co-host of Born to Prosper’s Mind Power, which is a self-help podcast which challenges its listeners to delve deep into their minds to find success. In addition, Shane travels the world in luxury to speak to aspiring entrepreneurs at conferences and workshops to inspire them to find their own pathways to success. Shane Krider is part of The Prosperity of Life Network, a United States-based personal development business with a presence in 52+ countries.