The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
Lewis Howes: Lifestyle Entrepreneur, Author, Forme
Find out what makes the greatest people great and how to apply those lessons to your life. Join NYT bestselling author Lewis Howes as he shares inspiring stories from the most brilliant business minds, world class athletes and influential celebrities on the planet.
Bubba Watson: Golf Star and Humble Champion
Do you remember what you dreamed about when you were little? So often, we get what we always wanted, and then we get greedy. We start wanting more money and more recognition. But that stuff doesn’t make you happy. It’s time to get your priorities straight. Remember why you started in the first place. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk with one of the best golfers in the world who is grateful just to be able to play: Bubba Watson. Bubba Watson Jr. is a self-taught professional golfer who is a 12-time PGA Tour Champion. Bubba reached a career-high 2nd place in the Official World Golf Ranking. Bubba is a famous golfer, but he feels the most loved when he is serving. The way he gives back to his community and helps others is truly inspiring. He wants to be a hall-of-fame husband and dad. So get ready to learn how to thrive by spinning your negatives into positives on Episode 761. Some Questions I Ask: When did you realize you had talent? (8:00) Did you ever think you would be an Olympian? (16:00) What did adopting kids do for your career? (22:00) Do you think you would be as successful as you are now without your dad passing? (31:30) What’s your biggest flaw? (39:30) When do you feel the most loved? (43:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: Why golf isn’t about money for Bubba (11:00) About Bubba’s new goal after he accomplished his 10-win PGA Tour goal (15:00) How Bubba’s father’s sickness changed his perspective (28:00) How to spin negatives into positives (35:00) The importance of giving back (48:30) What adoption means to Bubba (53:00)
Terry Crews on Success, Accountability, and Toxic Masculinity
So many of us hide who we truly are. We bury our shame thinking that if anyone knew we would no longer be accepted. But living this way keeps us from connecting with others. It keeps us from truly experiencing life. I kept my history of abuse hidden for a long time. It wasn’t until I told my story that I could become the person I am today. You have to forgive yourself. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about shame with a person of great courage and integrity: Terry Crews. Terry Crews is an actor, activist, artist, and former NFL football player. He plays “Terry” on Brooklyn 99 and is now a host on America’s Got Talent. Terry was included among the group of people named as Time Magazine's Person of the Year in 2017 for going public with stories of sexual assault. Terry has a powerful way of talking about what it means to be a man. We all can benefit from hearing his story. So get ready to learn all about guilt, shame, and toxic masculinity on Episode 760. Som...
The Power of Guidance
The way you were raised still has effects on you today. It’s not that you should blame your parents. They did the best they could. But you should be aware of how your current actions reflect the truths you learned growing up. Growing up, my parents were raising four kids and working multiple jobs. I always felt invisible. I know that a lot of what motivates me today stems from those feelings of not being seen. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Alanis Morissette where we talked about the stages of development and how they mold us into the people we are today. Alanis Morissette is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, and actress. Her album Jagged Little Pill has sold more than 33 million copies globally. She’s also an avid supporter of female empowerment as well as physical and spiritual wellness. Learn about Alanis’ upbringing and how it made her into the person she is today on Episode 759. In This Episode You Will Learn: W...
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