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Relentless - Tim Grover pt3

Topics: Chapter 12 - When you’re a cleaner, you’d rather be feared than liked. - A cooler will keep his opinions to himself, a closer will talk behind your back. A cleaner will say it to your face - A cleaner wants to beat the competition when they're at their best. - A cleaner moves silently under the surface, doing all the work without big noise and theatrics. But when the time comes, they'll unleash the power of a tsunami and dominate - You don’t have to be loud to be the center of attention. Actions and results lead to complete control. - A cleaner never has to gloat about how good he is. Talk is always free. Usually the loudest person in the room is still trying to convince themselves. - Your intimidation tactic is to be a winner. Your actions and results are what intimidates others - Respect isn’t just about physical dominance, but intellectually & mentally which comes from discipline & self control - Talent isn’t enough. You need to develop the mental acuity to compete &...

23 MIN2018 APR 12
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Relentless - Tim Grover pt3

Lessons of the Day - Meaningful Moments. Take ownership of your life

Topics: The Tony Robbins Podcast - Interview Dan Heath - Meaningful moments: We assign our own meaning to moments and that frames the tone of the memory. We assign an emotion to a memory and that feeling is what we remember. - We can reframe a moment, by changing the feeling attached with it. - Defining moments that are both memorable and meaningful - The four common elements that positive experiences share: - Elevation - experience that rises above the everyday. - Insight - abrupt realizations/transformations. - Pride - moments we’re at our best, - Connection - between individuals, or between groups - We don’t remember the average of our experiences, we remember the highlights/lowlights and the ending. - Find ways to break the script to create moments - Purpose and passion are both important and people who embrace their purpose are more effective MFCEO Project Ryan Michler - Taking Ownership of your life - Everyone is on their own "hero’s journey" - everyone’s fighting an inter...

17 MIN2018 MAR 26
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Lessons of the Day - Meaningful Moments. Take ownership of your life

Lessons of the Day - Sometimes it just takes a change in mindset

Topics: The Entreleadership Podcast - The $20 bill anecdote illustrates how a lot of us see the world and our own lives. We can ignore opportunities, because if it were possible, it would be already be happening. - The solution is to change your mindset, if you don’t like you current position in life, your purpose is to change that purpose. - You advance in life by bettering yourself - Your head is for having not ideas, not holding ideas. - Seek first to understand, then be understood The Bigger Pockets podcast - Ryan Holiday - Not every situation will be good, but there will always be that sliver of good in the learning for next time - ‘Memento mori’: always remember that you’re life will end - Ask yourself if you would do it, if nobody knew you were doing it? - Don’t ask for the recognition - Do it for yourself and for nobody else The Tim Ferris Show - Ray Dalio - The main thing is to know what you don’t know and how to overcome that - Instead of thinking you’re right, aski...

9 MIN2018 MAR 22
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Lessons of the Day - Sometimes it just takes a change in mindset

Relentless - Tim Grover pt2

Topics: Chapter 6 - A Trip to the Darkside - A cooler tries to fight his dark side and loses - A closer can’t control his dark side - A cleaner harnesses his darkside into raw controlled power - Your darkside is who you really are, where you drop all of your inhibitions and are just left with actions & results - Everyone has a dark side, your secrets & desires. All the stuff you don’t want anybody to know about - As kids, we were all taught to stop these desires and instincts, but to be relentless adults, we need to learn how to control this darkness - It’s not about taking stupid risks - The most important thing is that you are the one in control of your impulses, not vice versa. - Both champions, CEO’s and crime bosses share the same relentless attitude to win at all costs. - You do what you have to do, so that you can do what you want to do - A cleaner’s darkside isn’t his weakness, it’s part of who he is. It’s about breaking the rules that you don’t agree with in order ...

22 MIN2018 MAR 17
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Relentless - Tim Grover pt2

Lessons of the Day - Leadership, Goals, Responsibility

Topics: Entreleadership - Patrick Lencioni - Look for 3 things in new hires: Humble, Hungry and Smart Order of man "A smart man learns from his mistakes, a wise man learns from the mistakes of others" The art of charm - Admiral William H McRaven - Take things one step at a time, looking too far down can overwhelm you and be discouraging. - - There’s a balance, so set aspirational goals and set in steps to achieve it - Take on the hard and tough jobs that nobody wants: you'll earn a reputation of being the one that can get anything done and you'll also learn a lot - Servant leadership - your job as a leader is to serve the team and make them the best team they can be - The mission and the team come before the individual - Are all your actions: Moral, legal and ethical? Art of charm - Robin Dreeke - Trust underpins everything in society - people that can inspire trust are great leaders - It’s easy to lead others when you put their needs first - The dichotomy of leadership you still ...

6 MIN2018 FEB 21
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Lessons of the Day - Leadership, Goals, Responsibility

Relentless - Tim Grover pt1

Topics: Relentless outlines the principles that Grover used to coach and bring about not only #1 champions in the sport, but legends. Chapter 1 - A cleaner doesn’t celebrate a championship win. A cleaner will put in more work once he has won, because he knows that winning is just the start. - Being unstoppable means, you place no limits on yourself. - You already know what you have to do get to the top. Almost everybody knows how to achieve a goal. Very few take action - You do whatever it takes to get what you want, you have an insatiable desire to always achieve more - Everything you need to be great, is already inside you. It’s just waiting for you to let go - Five simple steps: Decide, Commit, Act, Succeed & Repeat - Success isn't the same as talent, there are countless people out there that are talented and unsuccessful - Truly relentless people have a dark side. Everybody has a dark side and if you harness it properly, it will drive you. Chapter 2 - When a championship is on...

23 MIN2018 JAN 30
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Relentless - Tim Grover pt1

Lessons of the Day - Peak Performance, Pursuit of Why

Today's Topics: MFCEO Project Tim Grover - Insanity, Intensity & Becoming a peak performer - When you’re trying to achieve something out of the ordinary, your circle of relationships will try and change you because the gap between you’re levels of life will increase, instead of changing themselves, they will want to change you. - You can determine how successful somebody will be by their work ethic. - Everything is always your responsibility no matter how high up you get. - When things aren’t going well you need to have the same high standard that should carry over to good times too - consistency - Everybody always looks for the best time to tell the truth, the best time is all the time - 3 types of people: Coolers, Closers & Cleaners - You can change your type by doing the things that the type does. - Extreme ownership of your current role and mastery The little things you do all the time will cultivate the mindset that translates over to bigger and more important things - The d...

12 MIN2018 JAN 19
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Lessons of the Day - Peak Performance, Pursuit of Why

The Mask of Masculinity - Lewis Howes pt1

Topics: The 9 Masks of Masculinity 1. The Stoic mask - invulnerable and tough, emotionless 2. The Athlete mask - the clearest way to be an alpha is on the sports field 3. The Material mask - the amount of money in his bank account and his net worth shows his worth 4. The Sexual mask - his worth is defined by the number of women he’s slept with. 5. The Aggressive mask - violent and tough by nature. 6. The Joker mask - a sense of humor that can repel any critique 7. The Invincible mask - a man doesn’t fear anything he doesn't have time to think about consequences, they’re too busy taking action 8. The Know It All mask - a man is intellectually dominant, knows all about everything. Doesn’t need anybody to help him 9. The Alpha mask - they are only 2 types of men, alpha and betas. Winners and losers. Must win everything. 1 - The Stoic Mask: - Warrior mindset, staying cool under pressure and not ever being seen as afraid, even if you are. Never let them see you sweat, especially as a...

16 MIN2018 JAN 15
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The Mask of Masculinity - Lewis Howes pt1

Lessons of the Day - Perseverance and when you should quit

Topics: Art of Manliness Sean Young - Stick With It - It’s not about pure discipline, it's about tweaking little things and changing the process. - Motivation is only temporary, because external effects don’t last - Education is not enough. Knowledge is only potential power. Just because you know you should do something doesn’t mean you will do it - S.C.I.E.N.C.E. framework: Step Ladder Community Important Environment Neural Hacks Captivating Engraining - ABC behaviours: Automatic, Burning & Common - Steps (less than 1 week) - Goals (1-2 months) - Dreams (loftier) Tim Ferris Podcast When to decide when to quit and when to persevere? Scott Belsky, Seth Godin, James Altiture, Debbie Millman, Chase Jarvis. - Are the difficulties questioning your core assumptions or just getting you down a bit? - Knowing all you know now, would you pursue this project again? - The Dip is the part of the process where it gets super hard before it gets to the final product - Understand that you are ver...

12 MIN2017 DEC 28
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Lessons of the Day - Perseverance and when you should quit

Lessons of the Day - Addressing Success

Topics: BiggerPockets Eric Barker - Success isn’t one size fits all - Intensifiers - qualities that are generally thought of as negative, but you can leverage to your advantage - Think of success as the alignment between your unique abilities and the environment that rewards them - The 3 P's: Personal, Pervasive & Permanent - Think in terms of small incremental improvements. Consistency is better than length of action over the long run. - It’s better to set up systems, rather than setting up goals. - Successful people had 4 metrics: Enjoying life, giving back, doing things important to those around them and they were achieving a goal - Can’t be overly focused on happiness - our expectations are not meant constantly over time - Ignoring negative emotions, might hide the ability for your to solve a problem. - All of our emotions are data points, and emotional agility is our ability to step back and analyze these emotions in order to truly evaluate how we are going in life Art of Ma...

13 MIN2017 DEC 21
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Lessons of the Day - Addressing Success

Latest Episodes

Relentless - Tim Grover pt3

Topics: Chapter 12 - When you’re a cleaner, you’d rather be feared than liked. - A cooler will keep his opinions to himself, a closer will talk behind your back. A cleaner will say it to your face - A cleaner wants to beat the competition when they're at their best. - A cleaner moves silently under the surface, doing all the work without big noise and theatrics. But when the time comes, they'll unleash the power of a tsunami and dominate - You don’t have to be loud to be the center of attention. Actions and results lead to complete control. - A cleaner never has to gloat about how good he is. Talk is always free. Usually the loudest person in the room is still trying to convince themselves. - Your intimidation tactic is to be a winner. Your actions and results are what intimidates others - Respect isn’t just about physical dominance, but intellectually & mentally which comes from discipline & self control - Talent isn’t enough. You need to develop the mental acuity to compete &...

23 MIN2018 APR 12
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Relentless - Tim Grover pt3

Lessons of the Day - Meaningful Moments. Take ownership of your life

Topics: The Tony Robbins Podcast - Interview Dan Heath - Meaningful moments: We assign our own meaning to moments and that frames the tone of the memory. We assign an emotion to a memory and that feeling is what we remember. - We can reframe a moment, by changing the feeling attached with it. - Defining moments that are both memorable and meaningful - The four common elements that positive experiences share: - Elevation - experience that rises above the everyday. - Insight - abrupt realizations/transformations. - Pride - moments we’re at our best, - Connection - between individuals, or between groups - We don’t remember the average of our experiences, we remember the highlights/lowlights and the ending. - Find ways to break the script to create moments - Purpose and passion are both important and people who embrace their purpose are more effective MFCEO Project Ryan Michler - Taking Ownership of your life - Everyone is on their own "hero’s journey" - everyone’s fighting an inter...

17 MIN2018 MAR 26
Comments
Lessons of the Day - Meaningful Moments. Take ownership of your life

Lessons of the Day - Sometimes it just takes a change in mindset

Topics: The Entreleadership Podcast - The $20 bill anecdote illustrates how a lot of us see the world and our own lives. We can ignore opportunities, because if it were possible, it would be already be happening. - The solution is to change your mindset, if you don’t like you current position in life, your purpose is to change that purpose. - You advance in life by bettering yourself - Your head is for having not ideas, not holding ideas. - Seek first to understand, then be understood The Bigger Pockets podcast - Ryan Holiday - Not every situation will be good, but there will always be that sliver of good in the learning for next time - ‘Memento mori’: always remember that you’re life will end - Ask yourself if you would do it, if nobody knew you were doing it? - Don’t ask for the recognition - Do it for yourself and for nobody else The Tim Ferris Show - Ray Dalio - The main thing is to know what you don’t know and how to overcome that - Instead of thinking you’re right, aski...

9 MIN2018 MAR 22
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Lessons of the Day - Sometimes it just takes a change in mindset

Relentless - Tim Grover pt2

Topics: Chapter 6 - A Trip to the Darkside - A cooler tries to fight his dark side and loses - A closer can’t control his dark side - A cleaner harnesses his darkside into raw controlled power - Your darkside is who you really are, where you drop all of your inhibitions and are just left with actions & results - Everyone has a dark side, your secrets & desires. All the stuff you don’t want anybody to know about - As kids, we were all taught to stop these desires and instincts, but to be relentless adults, we need to learn how to control this darkness - It’s not about taking stupid risks - The most important thing is that you are the one in control of your impulses, not vice versa. - Both champions, CEO’s and crime bosses share the same relentless attitude to win at all costs. - You do what you have to do, so that you can do what you want to do - A cleaner’s darkside isn’t his weakness, it’s part of who he is. It’s about breaking the rules that you don’t agree with in order ...

22 MIN2018 MAR 17
Comments
Relentless - Tim Grover pt2

Lessons of the Day - Leadership, Goals, Responsibility

Topics: Entreleadership - Patrick Lencioni - Look for 3 things in new hires: Humble, Hungry and Smart Order of man "A smart man learns from his mistakes, a wise man learns from the mistakes of others" The art of charm - Admiral William H McRaven - Take things one step at a time, looking too far down can overwhelm you and be discouraging. - - There’s a balance, so set aspirational goals and set in steps to achieve it - Take on the hard and tough jobs that nobody wants: you'll earn a reputation of being the one that can get anything done and you'll also learn a lot - Servant leadership - your job as a leader is to serve the team and make them the best team they can be - The mission and the team come before the individual - Are all your actions: Moral, legal and ethical? Art of charm - Robin Dreeke - Trust underpins everything in society - people that can inspire trust are great leaders - It’s easy to lead others when you put their needs first - The dichotomy of leadership you still ...

6 MIN2018 FEB 21
Comments
Lessons of the Day - Leadership, Goals, Responsibility

Relentless - Tim Grover pt1

Topics: Relentless outlines the principles that Grover used to coach and bring about not only #1 champions in the sport, but legends. Chapter 1 - A cleaner doesn’t celebrate a championship win. A cleaner will put in more work once he has won, because he knows that winning is just the start. - Being unstoppable means, you place no limits on yourself. - You already know what you have to do get to the top. Almost everybody knows how to achieve a goal. Very few take action - You do whatever it takes to get what you want, you have an insatiable desire to always achieve more - Everything you need to be great, is already inside you. It’s just waiting for you to let go - Five simple steps: Decide, Commit, Act, Succeed & Repeat - Success isn't the same as talent, there are countless people out there that are talented and unsuccessful - Truly relentless people have a dark side. Everybody has a dark side and if you harness it properly, it will drive you. Chapter 2 - When a championship is on...

23 MIN2018 JAN 30
Comments
Relentless - Tim Grover pt1

Lessons of the Day - Peak Performance, Pursuit of Why

Today's Topics: MFCEO Project Tim Grover - Insanity, Intensity & Becoming a peak performer - When you’re trying to achieve something out of the ordinary, your circle of relationships will try and change you because the gap between you’re levels of life will increase, instead of changing themselves, they will want to change you. - You can determine how successful somebody will be by their work ethic. - Everything is always your responsibility no matter how high up you get. - When things aren’t going well you need to have the same high standard that should carry over to good times too - consistency - Everybody always looks for the best time to tell the truth, the best time is all the time - 3 types of people: Coolers, Closers & Cleaners - You can change your type by doing the things that the type does. - Extreme ownership of your current role and mastery The little things you do all the time will cultivate the mindset that translates over to bigger and more important things - The d...

12 MIN2018 JAN 19
Comments
Lessons of the Day - Peak Performance, Pursuit of Why

The Mask of Masculinity - Lewis Howes pt1

Topics: The 9 Masks of Masculinity 1. The Stoic mask - invulnerable and tough, emotionless 2. The Athlete mask - the clearest way to be an alpha is on the sports field 3. The Material mask - the amount of money in his bank account and his net worth shows his worth 4. The Sexual mask - his worth is defined by the number of women he’s slept with. 5. The Aggressive mask - violent and tough by nature. 6. The Joker mask - a sense of humor that can repel any critique 7. The Invincible mask - a man doesn’t fear anything he doesn't have time to think about consequences, they’re too busy taking action 8. The Know It All mask - a man is intellectually dominant, knows all about everything. Doesn’t need anybody to help him 9. The Alpha mask - they are only 2 types of men, alpha and betas. Winners and losers. Must win everything. 1 - The Stoic Mask: - Warrior mindset, staying cool under pressure and not ever being seen as afraid, even if you are. Never let them see you sweat, especially as a...

16 MIN2018 JAN 15
Comments
The Mask of Masculinity - Lewis Howes pt1

Lessons of the Day - Perseverance and when you should quit

Topics: Art of Manliness Sean Young - Stick With It - It’s not about pure discipline, it's about tweaking little things and changing the process. - Motivation is only temporary, because external effects don’t last - Education is not enough. Knowledge is only potential power. Just because you know you should do something doesn’t mean you will do it - S.C.I.E.N.C.E. framework: Step Ladder Community Important Environment Neural Hacks Captivating Engraining - ABC behaviours: Automatic, Burning & Common - Steps (less than 1 week) - Goals (1-2 months) - Dreams (loftier) Tim Ferris Podcast When to decide when to quit and when to persevere? Scott Belsky, Seth Godin, James Altiture, Debbie Millman, Chase Jarvis. - Are the difficulties questioning your core assumptions or just getting you down a bit? - Knowing all you know now, would you pursue this project again? - The Dip is the part of the process where it gets super hard before it gets to the final product - Understand that you are ver...

12 MIN2017 DEC 28
Comments
Lessons of the Day - Perseverance and when you should quit

Lessons of the Day - Addressing Success

Topics: BiggerPockets Eric Barker - Success isn’t one size fits all - Intensifiers - qualities that are generally thought of as negative, but you can leverage to your advantage - Think of success as the alignment between your unique abilities and the environment that rewards them - The 3 P's: Personal, Pervasive & Permanent - Think in terms of small incremental improvements. Consistency is better than length of action over the long run. - It’s better to set up systems, rather than setting up goals. - Successful people had 4 metrics: Enjoying life, giving back, doing things important to those around them and they were achieving a goal - Can’t be overly focused on happiness - our expectations are not meant constantly over time - Ignoring negative emotions, might hide the ability for your to solve a problem. - All of our emotions are data points, and emotional agility is our ability to step back and analyze these emotions in order to truly evaluate how we are going in life Art of Ma...

13 MIN2017 DEC 21
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Lessons of the Day - Addressing Success
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