If you want to make progress and create success, sometimes it's smartest to study what NOT to do, so you can be aware of what's been causing you your frustrations. In this series, I am going to be walking you through the mindset of the weak and the average, and what keeps them there. If you hope to separate yourself from the masses, you have to think different. So the challenge for you is this: do you have the courage to find out what these mindsets and attitudes are, and then have the courage to admit you have been weak and need to change? Check out episode 1, where I break down the first deadly mindset....the "goal setting" mindset. There's a lot of these types running around Instagram. Take a listen.
(1:22) My method of recording
(6:22) Fight the “gorilla”
(8:56) What are the mindsets that are keeping you average, inconsistent, anxious, worried, etc.
(11:00) “The goal setting mindset”
(13:58) Don’t set goals without purpose.
(17:00) Can you relate to this mindset?
Many days I go to sleep and wake up with a nagging feeling of "maybe I'm not doing enough....maybe I could do better". In this episode I break down how to handle this emotion.
Have you ever had an idea and "lost it"? In this episode I share the exact system I use to make sure I never lose, and always remember, the best ideas I've had.
Deepak Chopra breaks down how to break habits, take a listen.
Have you ever heard someone say "I just want to be happy"? Or maybe you have told yourself that you don't want something, because that is not going to make you "happy"? The word itself is very misunderstood, and I think I know why. Listen to this conversation I had with a coaching group, explaining what my philosophy on happiness is.
(1:22) “What is your take on happiness?” Shoutout to Mark from KIV.
(2:17) An inside look into one of my Killer Instinct groups.
There are a lot of softies out there..... people afraid to go after a goal, preoccupied with the opinions of others, and too worried about how they appear to take a stand, and be a leader. For some of them there is no hope... but for a lot of them, they need a formula for how to transform themselves into a real killa... and by that I mean someone who knows how to be themselves, establish goals and turn them into reality, and repeat. The world needs more of these. Take a listen to hear my take.
(1:22) My brothers and I get into some heated debates…
(3:52) The definition of a “KILLA”
(5:50) We gotta be leaders.
(6:13) “Jungle rules”
(8:36) Rule #1: Set aggressive outcomes without limits.
(9:37) Rule #2: Boldly face reality, consistently.
(10:50) Rule #3: Go through the fire.
(11:51) Rule #4: Ruthlessly self-evaluate.
(13:06) Rule #5: Re-up.
Having low energy and a lack of motivation towards your goals is not a good sign, and is certainly not a standard for high performers….So we must find a way to keep and maintain a solid and persistent feeling of motivation and excitement towards what we want. In this episode, I show you how I do that, and it's super simple.
I went crazy when I heard this track for the first time, because of how explicitly Jay-Z and Beyonce describe what a true BOSS is. Check it out.
We are told to dream big and ignore limitations, but at the same time we are told to stay connected to reality and know what's true. How do you do both at the same time? What does this look like practically?
(1:22) “Dream big”
(3:02) Shoutout to Brad from Canada, for the birth of this episode.
(5:20) An inside look into one of my Killer Instinct group sessions.
2 years ago, I quit my stable job to enter the jungle and go after this entrepreneurial hustle... best decision I've ever made. In this episode I share with you the conversation that literally FORCED me to make the decision, and why it's powerful. (disclaimer: I am NOT telling you to quit your job.)
(3:53) I set a specific date for myself to quit my job, to go all in on my business.
(4:30) An interview that was the game-changer for all of this…
(6:55) A throwback to Episode #48 with Thomas Tadlock
This is a leader that most history books don't mention, but he was an original Lion in the Jungle, and you'll see why in this powerful speech I share with you.
This book is by PT Barnum, and it was written about as practically and straight to the point as you can get. I love it, and you'll love what he says about the importance of being "systematic" in all you do.
I want to announce an entirely new episode on the Sports Motivation Podcast, and it's going to feature YOU! Listen to todays episode to find out how you can have an episode where you are dropping the knowledge on the SMP audience!
(0:40) Inspiration behind our new Sunday episodes
(4:55) Drop some jewels for SMP!
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Where are you from?
Why are you a lion in the jungle?
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How do you get a loved one, friend or teammate to really buy into your vision and believe in you? In my experience, there are things that really don't work, and some things that build trust like no other. In this episode, I break down how I've been able to gain the trust of my wife (for now at least lol)
(1:22) What we say is “best”, right?
(2:23) The trust factor in my relationship with my wife
(5:21) An analogy: Football 2-a-days TRUST IS A MUSCLE
(8:25) Tip #1: Know your goals and your dreams.
(8:48) Tip #2: Work from a PLAN.
(9:38) Tip #3: Don’t sweat mistakes!
(10:51) Tip #4: Doubt is a good thing.
(11:43) Tip #5: Share your wins and losses with your significant other.
(12:21) Tip #6: Act like you’ve won before.. (don’t sweat them either)
(13:01) POEM: “If” by Rudyard Kipling
(13:40) Tip #7: Think about those that you are serving; do for them, what is BEST for them!
(14:49) Tip #8: Don’t lie.
(15:33) Focus on yourself. Think about others. Be truthful. Be honest.
This new habit has absolutely changed my mornings, and I want to show you exactly what I started doing that has led to me being more alert, positive and motivated right when I wake up.
This is a book from the stoic philosopher Epictetus, my personal favorite. Straight BARS. Check it out.
In this episode, I share with you 3 books that I have several copies of and take with me on every trip and keep by my bedside. When you hear their power, you'll understand why.
(1:22) Reggie Bush was always dedicated to squats parallels the importance of reading
(3:15) Practical, motivation, inspiring, and courageous books
(4:42) Book 1: Sun Tzu’s, “The Art of War”
(5:03) Why reading war-strategy based books can be beneficial for your life
(6:00) Snippets from “The Art of War”
(7:25) Book 2: Wallace D Wattles’, “The Science of Getting Rich”
(8:05) Snippets from “The Science of Getting Rich”
(10:10) Book 3: Yamamoto Tsunetomo’s, “Hagakure: The Secret Wisdom of the Samurai”
(10:47) Snippets from “Hagakure: The Secret Wisdom of the Samurai”
(13:20) What books do YOU bring with you? Do you bring books? Or just electronics…