21 Burst results for "Jim Rohn"
Interview With Kary Oberbrunner
"Carey. Say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with pain is your friend so so i just i run in circles with people who are pretty intense and there's two pains in life. Jim rohn said it's the pain of discipline or the pain of regrets. One ways ounces and the other ways tons in my world. I believe there's chronic pain that most people live in or there's acute pain that's intentional focused in short term and that's the type of pain we go after. It's just like a tough workout. Little bit of acute pain and it gets Over that chronic. Pain in your life or i fire nation that value bomb. Thank you for joining myself. And kerry today. There is no more to be learned. Here look away not just getting. Obviously we have a lot of fun things to talk about here today. Fire nation and i brought carry on for eight number of reasons that passed value bomb. You just heard one of them. But as i mentioned in the introduction. We're talking today about the elixir for creating flawless ideas. Leveraging superhuman focus in achieving optimal human performance keri. One thing that we've been talking about and i've been perusing through this great book of yours is. That's our lives are full of distraction. They're full of information. And you believe because of this. Our lives can actually become hacked. So what does that even mean. And what can we fire nation due to become hackel in our space john. A lot of people think of a hack as a shortcut have life hacker. You know these types of things bio hacker. Yes yes they. It's almost like this. Ooh i'm gonna find a shortcut thing but actually the definition of hack is when someone or something gains unauthorized access to a system or a computer Yeah so you think about your bank account you think about your computer your smartphone if it gets hacked that's a bad thing and it's when somebody overtakes it john awhile back man i. I wrote a fiction. Book called elixir project about about a future society. Where people's brain get hacked and My audience who's basically entrepreneurs businesspeople. They read it and they said man. This is not fiction as fast and again this came out in two thousand sixteen before we really had a tunnel conspiracy theories and allow going on but the point is this. I don't go that route. I just basically say that entrepreneurs have dreams but there becomes this gap between dreaming and doing is e. So you had you had a dream lots of dreams. You got a new book coming out. Fantastic have read it. It's awesome thank you. You have that dream for a book but then you actually have to write it. And there's this gap between dreaming and doing and that's where most entrepreneurs get get hacks is between idealization and implementation. Yeah and so basically. I did a ton of research into neurobiology science military. And i just said what is the secret weapon of super achievers in every discipline and it's basically this formula called unhappy ability. One thing that. I was really curious about when we were going through. Part of the process is how one actually does become uninhabitable. Because i'm totally understanding what you're saying you know we had this goal may be as ten years down the line or one year down the line or this very specific clear goal that we have ahead of us but between now and then something hacks us and we don't get there so what does that even mean to become uninhabitable to start achieving accomplishing these goals. It basically means closing the gap. So there's this crazy word that a lot of us said growing up as kids. We said abracadabra when we wanted something magical to happen. I don't know if you've ever said apricot times. Yeah yeah so. The words crazy powerful. It's really weird. It's it's it's the most frequent or common word used in all languages without the need for a translation. Basically you can say it in hebrew you can say the english you can say it. In spanish abracadabra and it ended. It means. I create as i speak
"jim rohn" Discussed on Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash
"Did that Which i was very scared to do. You know i was like you know if i do that. That means i'm gonna have to change some things in my life. I'm gonna have to start doing some weird things or like doing things. I don't wanna do forget all that my life turn into a dream all the things that i've been trying to do all the things that i've been striving to to to to to achieve Not that that's the point but they all come naturally for me did on On another level of the more people will be able to relate to the other Best vice ever received was from. Jim rohn which was The quote from jim rohn work harder on yourself. Then you do on your job to famous core or harder on yourself then you do on your job and just just the basic concept of concept that instead of focusing on making money instead of focusing on finding a wife instead of focusing on.
"jim rohn" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Post a whole lot of stuff of Oh I sold this house or why so that house because I feel like people don't really crap like unless I sold it to them. They don't care I would say here and they're spreading. That out isn't bad because it shows people that you are selling homes which is fine. Yeah I think I think. Your question is predicated on a social media question. Excuse me a social media perception question versus an actual business question. What if one of your video goes viral on? Tick Tock and that becomes the thing that most helps your business. That's not something that would have happened. If you most focused on just getting the most followers you can on one platform. People are absolutely obsessed with figuring out how to get followers when what they should be figuring out how to get happiness and how to get the business results. They're looking for and followers are indication that you're hitting a nerve and people are interested the but that's the biproduct not the goal and I think people are making it the goal and that's where their strategies are breaking down that makes sense so don't worry much about the followers. Worry more about where my leads are coming from so to speak and how scrap realizing that your in other places that you're learning and then something may happen somewhere that you could have never seen and that that something may happen on. Tick Tock that makes you say. Oh now tick tock needs to be fifty percent of my energy and the rest needs to be five percent each but you would have never known that if you weren't giving five percent of your energy tick tock obsolete that make for megs eggs and baskets right yeah and baskets okay and second question is actually From my husband he actually the one that turned me onto you like four years ago and I was one of those people that was like okay. He's a little bit too much money on word yet. No and I I. I actually was one of those people that thought. You're is Neko's when I get it but I would like I feel like I just at the time was not there like mentally. I get it so since then. Yep Now are better So my husband was just so I can learn a little bit was piece of content. That kind of triggered it was was a moment where the switches like. Wait a minute. This guy's not foolish it. This guy actually can help It was but it actually wasn't even one of yours I started listening to unlike a lot of like Jim Rohn and Napoleon Hill and started listening to go out of stuff that they said in their books and they went back and like started listening to. I listened to your radio. Oh my God I keep. He's saying the same exact thing that they're seeing interesting. He's just saying differently. So it's cool for like your whole Like your mind thing that you have about like owning the jets. Yes Napoleon Hill. She talks about in his book. Thing Congrat- because you have that undying for you for that and nothing you do. That's that's the concept that you probably didn't even know that you've had but you just by good for your husband still firmly. Hasn't he m he didn't grow up with a whole lot of structure or office caped so his main tip that he would want to know is having grown up with no discipline? Having no very little stuff as an adult. Is there a way that he can against to acquire that self-discipline will? What's the discipline in Just in general I mean He. He wants big dreams but.
The toxic residue that lingers inside you from people that make you feel bad about yourself
"My name is Paul Kalaiana and I'm here to help you. Increase your emotional intelligence so that you can avoid dysfunction handle toxic situations with grace and ease and show up as your authentic self. Everything I talk about on. This show is my personal opinion. Has Meant for information on educational purposes only always gonNA sell medical or psychological professional before making any changes that could affect your physical or mental health. I thought it'd be a good idea to talk about something that came across my desk and that is an idea that you may have heard about before that is who you surround yourself with your kind of the some of those people from an old. Jim Rohn quote that. Says you are the average of the people that you hang around with. Most and I'm paraphrasing. But you get the idea is who you end up being how you end up feeling how you end up thinking and how you see the world are really interconnected or at least related or associated with how to the people in your life because you are affected on a daily basis if you see these people on a daily basis and even when you don't even when you see them on a weekly or monthly basis some people can kind of linger around in your brain and your thoughts are preoccupied with them. And you're not exactly in your own space so what what is happening. Is that the people that you hang around the most. Even if you're not thinking of them specifically like I am thinking of Joe Right now. If I'm not thinking of Joe Joe still affects me and this can be good and this can be bad. This can be good if joe affects me in a positive way. Every time I see Joe I'm just making up a name for every time I see Joe I feel good and it's very helpful to understand that feeling and it's not just feeling good. It's feeling good about myself and I think that's what differentiates healthy positive relationships from either Benign relationships acquaintances or on the other end. Unhealthy toxic relationships is that who we relate to associate with and connect to in our intimate with and are friendly with all of these people have an influence on us. So when you walk around in your own thoughts they are still influenced by the people around you and the reason. I want you to make sure that. That's that's understood. I mean I know you understand what I'm trying to drill it in there is because sometimes you might think. Well I haven't seen that person in six months and not gonna see that person again for another six months so life's good until ban but there's a small part of you. That doesn't want to see that person you know. Let's talk about someone who's toxic someone who doesn't affect you well someone when you're around them you don't feel good or especially in this sort of my definition of emotional abuse as well is that you don't feel good about yourself emotional abusers will do that to you they they will cause you to not feel good about yourself so you might feel bad in the first place but imagine on top of that you feel bad about yourself and there's a difference there. I hope that makes sense. There's a big difference in feeling bad feeling bad about yourself. That's like saying I feel bad that I got a flat tire because now I have to deal with it. And it's you know it's effort and it's inconvenient and maybe I don't have a tire now. I gotta go buy attire so that all kinds of variables when you get a flat tire for example if you don't know how to change it or if you don't have a spare or if you don't even have the strength to work the Jack to lift the car a lot of variables so it's easy to say. I feel bad that I got flat tire. You may not use those words. But you feel something about equal negatively That's different than saying I feel bad about myself that I got a flat tire because that changes the feeling and flat tires not necessarily the best example about saying something like I feel bad about myself unless it could be totally related unless you beat yourself up and say you know what I should have got spare tire when I had a chance. I was in the auto store in. They said I should have won but I never did so. I'm kind of worthless. I'M STUPID IDIOT. And at that moment we can feel bad about ourselves but some people know how to do that. I mean some of us do that to ourselves all the time but other people know how to do that to us to keep us in a bad feeling about ourselves state so when you're walking around not feeling very good about yourself and in fact feeling bad about yourself it could be directly attributed to what somebody did or said to you or how they treated you so coming back to the person you don't see for six months and you're happy and you feel good about that. They're still the seed that's blossoming or growing or spreading. Its roots inside your mind that because they're in your life in some way shape or form and there's a future time that you're going to see them and connect with them that the seeds days watered the seed of feeling bad about yourself and that can include a Lotta stuff self doubt self worth self esteem even loving yourself caring about yourself thinking you're a good person thinking you're attractive thinking you're smart. All of these things are affected by the negative people that you have ever associated with and that you are going to continue associating with in so it's important to understand that that exists the people that affect your life when they're not in it. They still affect your life. That doesn't mean somebody twenty years ago. That treated you badly. I is still in your mind because maybe you did some healing. Maybe you're over that. Maybe the trauma happened in now. You no longer have trauma and you feel pretty good. So don't listen to Paul saying. Hey now you should feel bad. Because they're always there no. That's not one saying I'm saying that when there are people like that in your life that have a negative impact that it can absolutely continue to preoccupy your mind even subconsciously. While you're walking around even feeling good about yourself.
"jim rohn" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"For example a little five follow along Twitter Instagram and Facebook talk about some difficult things today and every day know how it gets out there our days our balls of stress he got the politics into its in your face just remember happiness is not something you postpone for the future it is something you design for the present Jim Rohn happiness is don't wait for happiness don't say well if this happens and then this happens and then I'll be happy or six months from now this is going to happen then I'll be happy if you live that way you'll never be happy make sure that it's a it's a it's an outlook that you that you strive for today happiness is not something you postpone for the future it is something you design for the present well he's pretty happy last night our oldest is five five and a half and that has been widely net weight limit and wiggling it it's been it's been hanging around in his mouth that tooth first loose loose tooth that he's had and you know I've been pushing it and pushing it and then his tongue and then but but the tooth would would hang in there he got home from school yesterday he's a pre K. any goes mom dad I want to take this to the out but okay today right now it was ready like it was it was ready N. N. I will tell you it happened fast because last night I was kinda looking at it we go in as a not quite ready yet it's not that close so I told him the night before so just you know at school with your tongue wiggling because the other ones coming in we want this thing to come out she got back home he said let's take it out you're going to do tie the floss around it slammed the door that one always scared me me too my dad did it to me one time he said well my dad used to do this to mine all the time so you want to do it is yeah and I remember he slammed the door it flew across the room and it freaked me out I don't think it hurts so much it just freaked me out and felt like it should hurt and it are you sure yeah because it started as a joke like a week ago yeah we'll we'll try some flaws around it no slam the door it was like no that's.
"jim rohn" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"To keep things fresh how to make sure it always looks state of the art in current sergeant Steve is been working on it I've seen the prototypes looking absolutely fantastic so vessel like Tatian Hanukkah starts tomorrow night and it's time now to introduce or their final performance tonight or today I should say Frankie Sumatra and the cigar Dave singers happy humidors you well the general needs to being in the middle you made your season the and see a good day this common route bonuses sticks that is god by the and win Jim Rohn passes round ring humidor season and this is a good day looking resplendent is going to bring this to every ten minutes he's the smoke superintendent this is the best cognac drives can he stands up when the black what's the date Jack eats the humidor season so who do you do and decorate date and don't get to the road when we get get the and all the girls she never makes it go please she ate nothing good Hey she's a classy no it's the humidors what started three date don't forget to up the road take to when we get to the I don't know yeah no you may that's it well.
"jim rohn" Discussed on WEEI
"It's names from home ten years later tweaking years song for the clone Jim Rohn I've lowered my phone so the FCC the wall so like I would say the game tonight but it was really a beef because okay I lower myself to beef with names and there's no fight in that I just I'm a blow him up and he was very upset and this went on for a few years but that's what he said of change my tone so I don't know where ten years later I mean like ten years later or more I think twenty ten he did that song for me and like most of his songs was pretty horrible but it is heart was in the right place you tell me what's better the original dusted off out of the vault Rome rap or name song you tell me what sounds better the rap that's good that's tied straight jacket Kayla the hind Casanova he needs your moniker he took my guys they could drop that yesterday man that is a timeless nobody say from Jim my upper middle class being kids thought that was the coolest thing ever this relates to my career they sent home complaining if I play my kids needs they would hate my guts and lost all respect for me the war in the jungle what year was that originally released recorded I'm stuck with a king amazing story like a day dusted it off they found that that was locked away in a vault somewhere we know about this it's in the past year or so but they dropped that years and years ago if you actually listen the content we could see updated it is that was may nineteen ninety nine me least last year nineteen years after that was originally recorded I'm proud of that I love the way that sounds I am so proud of that sports in that box I mean some of those sayings on the animated open today show camp believe that the specialist a bold one source going to under the sun everybody wants to be so freaking strong before up to me I would take my hall of fame induction given to these guys based on that song alone they're more deserving my thirty years of war do not hold up to that one song that sounds better today the first ever it that's amazing that was recorded.
"jim rohn" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"And they'll hear yours and depending on what you WanNa give Best that you open your ears open up your minds and not just here but really listen to what people are saying and try to figure out how you can serve other people in this room. If you can try to figure out how you can serve every single person in this room it'll pay you tenfold volt and you'll get back just as much so that is the true power of the mastermind so you guys is all know my story about how I bumped into this book in My Dad's study when I sixteen years old thinking grow rich Napoleon Hill it set set me off on an adventure and an obsession with personal development and entrepreneurship for my entire life it probably was one of those chance encounters with me and a mentor that changed everything and I say that it was an encounter between me and a mentor because the pulling hill is one of my mentors he had been dead for decades before I came across that book but he was one of my mentors and that's the way that I kind of you everything in the world as far as personal development goes. I have a lot of dead mentors a lot of dead mentors somewhere alive too but I have a lot of dead ones wants so one of my favorite quotes from this guy named Jim Rome Jim Rohn if you haven't heard of him. I would suggest you guys start following him. He's been dead Ed since two thousand six or nine. He's been dead for several years but I suggest you start following him. He is one of my mentors never met him this this quote your income is the average of five of the five people that you spend the most time with. It's a simple quote. You've probably heard some version of that before. Before of course I have a wife who is a stay at home mom and three boys who are ten seven and five so those are for people that I spend. The most time with and they have no income so you know what I mean. Though I mean we can expand that out to a professional nature in the professional world. Your income <hes> is equal to the average of the five people that you spend the most time with now. Let's really think about that and break that down just for a second. What's he talking talking about? He's alluding to Napoleon Hill and Napoleon Hill's mastermind principle that I learned about when I was sixteen years old. He's talking about about collaboration. He's talking about a level of collaboration and Osmosis this that occurs when you are hanging around the right people an environment like this a small group setting like this is exactly what he was talking about. You know back when he was studying. When Napoleon Hill was studying the richest people in the world old he found out that there is like the Secret Society of the most influential richest people in the world that used to get together behind closed doors and do this. They'll take turns talking about Ford Motors you know and they would just figure out what what their commonalities were and they would help each other through challenges. That's exactly what we're doing here today. Two hundred and fifty seven years of collective of experience. We can solve a lot of problems in that wraps it up for another episode of the Dental podcast look
How to Pitch a Podcaster (or Anyone)
"Is Andrew assise. And this is how to pitch a podcast her really this works for anybody. But particularly this is very very effective method that you can use to get on anybody's podcast, especially those that don't have gigantic followings, so this will necessarily we're really be Tim Ferriss is in Joe Rogan's of the world. But the people just in notch below that this will work perfect for them. So the first recommendation is listened to their podcast know what they're interested in. Because you don't wanna be pitching something that they're not interested in. So what I suggest doing his listen to their trailer episode listened to their first episode because those episodes are when they are showing their true south, and then listen to their most recent episode because things that may have been true when they started years ago may not necessarily be true anymore. So be sure to keep notes on the things that are similar across the episodes. And Embiid sure to hit on those when you're pitching. So doing homework is a huge huge part of it. Because you wanna be able to connect the dots. To know exactly what they are looking for. And then touch on why you are xactly what they're looking for. So the notes that I take things on I pay attention to what books. They like what motifs they live by. It's something like the Jim Rohn year, the average of the five people you surround yourself with most things like that are really important because they're subtle little points that sub consciously if someone says that to me, I automatically hear it. And think hey, they have a similar mindset to me. This person is the kind of person that I like in the I want to have on the shell. So you wanna try to find commonalities and not just fabricated once but genuine similarities to their message and the message that you deliver. So then because a lot of these people will be getting contacted by others the way that you wanna kinda go above and beyond. And I found this to be very very successful. Find them on social media and find out which one most people have one that they prefer over. Another. So find them on Facebook on Lincoln on Instagram on Twitter, follow them on all of them at the massive friend. And then when you see the things that they're posting start sharing those posts across all platforms. They are going to see your name, especially if they're not huge huge name. It gets hundreds thousands of shares each time. They only get a handful of shares. They're gonna see that you are sharing their content. So you're providing value to them in your reaching out to your audience on their behalf people like that Bill take notice to you doing that. So share their posts like their posts add them as a friend when you can make a introduction to them. Send them a message. Not everybody gets sent messages a lot of times people just think. Oh, well, they're they're too big. They don't even want to hear from me. And that may be true send it anyway. Go get a little bleep in see your name again. Subscribe to their Email list. And then when you get that urge automated message try replying to it some people, it's a no reply, and they don't check it. Most people though, do check it. And when you get a reply to your message, and it's just a thank you. Hey, you provide value just want to introduce myself. I'm into these topics as well feel free to reach out. I've literally send a link for people to be on my own podcast through that. Exact method had them book themselves on the show people that I thought were way out of my league. They just did it right there. I made it easy for them. They didn't have to go out of their way. They didn't have to research. I know that these people don't know, why am, but I'm still giving them the opportunity to get their message out on my platform, and my platform is very niche d- and so reach out to people that specifically target. Niche because I am providing the value that they want to have. And they know that I can reach people that they haven't reached yet and vice versa. So we start that relationship. And then what I've discovered is a lot of times. I have a guest on my podcast, and then they will happy on. There's so not everybody has on cast. Not everybody has that opportunity. But find something where you can help them know their pain points. No the things that they may be running into. So as podcast. I know having a great gas that has poor audio quality is an absolute killer. They can still be providing value and have a great message. But it's just that little detail that it's just a wish they weren't doing it on a cell phone that would make it that much better. And I show them that you're not going to run into that issue. With me, I'm comfortable in front of a camera uncomfortable on the microphone, you're not gonna get the person's as os sorry. Sorry, I'm nervous, but they get into the flow. It's already
"jim rohn" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Last thing I seven principles and my web citing that was from Jim Rohn. Jim Rome said, hey, pursue be thankful for what you have while pursuing all that you want. So if you're not paying for and grateful than if you get more in life. It's not gonna be better. I don't even want to tell you about my cars in my house with my two kids, and my two cars go through it doesn't make any happier. I told my wife after thirteen years we wanted another diamond. And all this. Maybe personally is like I got her one. And then a week later. We're gonna fight and I said to her you know, what Honey diamonds don't keep you together. You know, relationships dune intimacy does getting deeper not trying to fix each other same with the team. Let's you know, when I was young growing up. I didn't I never thought about this. But my family's got all families are dysfunctional cleaned mine. Every team is dysfunctional is like Scott says role trap life is difficult. Once you accept that. You can move forward. It's like we all we're all missed the game together. Let's try to be the best. We can it's all supported courage each other trying to get better. And but it's usually gonna take one person to step out and say, let's try to improve at hopefully, it's the doctor sometimes it can be a team member. I've been many team enters say the doctors just not motivated, and it's just like, well, maybe just maybe you can maybe he just needs a little like the book halftime by Bob Buford or game plan moving from success to significance. The second half your life. He says can be better than the first hope hoped us. But he, but most people think the second half is gonna suck, you know. But he said the second half could be better. Hopefully, you have deeper relationships you learning your let things go you surrender more. You're pissed off driving on the row on the cut you off, you know, you just learn to let go, and that's the great thing about a dental team because my father always called you have a loop DOJ. Oh, and you can spend more time with those people into it's her family and why not try to create the best relationships keenum. And, you know, my father always at work, and you go to work and build relationships..
"jim rohn" Discussed on Good Life Project
"And my head is if it's gonna explode out of me or really really sick. Like you said, but there's a moment where there ninety minutes where my job is to show up and be exceptional. And the I'm having flashbacks way saying this because I think of myself. Okay. So there had been these freaky moments where even back when it was teaching yoga, and there would be like a room wall to wall with bodies who are surrendering ninety minutes of their hard earned time to me. My job is not to show up and be like mopey and complaining a low energy. It is to give them what like to give everything possible to them. And remembering these moments where I was like I felt like death. And I was like, you know, what I just I have to go. This is what I'm here to do. But I needed just surrender to whatever comes outta me is just gonna happen. And those invariably would be the time. Times wehrley time with few during that ninety minute window. I would lose track of the fact that I was actually feeling like death. I'd feel like that again the minute after. Yeah. Yeah. And then people would be lined up afterwards. Saying to me what does happen in that room? What happened to you? That was what amazing what and I'm like, I don't know. But right now, I need to crawl back into bed. So it's so interesting you share that. But you used an a really important word another way to kind of just vote fertilize. It is he talked about surrendering to it. It's and that's what we're, you know, it's the allowing it's the trusting. So it's that surrendering to that moment. That's there. And so, you know, I talk about the the easiest analogy that can use. When it comes to an athlete is is a skier just from like, the danger perspective. You know, they're standing at the top of ski hill with a a grade that looks like it's the side of a cliff kind of thing and they're supposed to you know, rap chase their skis around. You know, these flags going down at a rate of speed that he's going to pass any vehicle on a. Freeway, and if they have seeds of doubt, you know, now the chances of their edge of their blade of their ski catching a, you know, a puff of even snow in sending them creating off into the orange gate goes way up. So it's about serenity to the moment, and you can only surrender to it. When you trust your practice routine. When you trust your the plan that you put in place when you trust your skills and capabilities, you know, you trust again that planning path that you've laid out, and you just go, and we have these trigger words that we use. So it's like, you know, some people say the last words out of their mouth going from there kind of conscious line is let go and let God for some of them. You know, 'cause they're, you know, a lot of people that are athletes are deeply spiritual religious Orage. Just let's go or let it rip like the word. Let comes up a lot. And I always say and actually got this from one of my mentors. Jim Rohn that those powerful word in leadership is the word. Let's instead of you go do it. Let's go do it. Just a an even for parenting said of like Ugo cleanroom. Let's go clean your room. Right. Just subtle little thing. But there were let is that's that allowing surrendering. That's so interesting. I have learned over the years that a lot of our listeners are actually business owners entrepreneurs and one thing that is always on your mind when you've got your own business is growth. The last thing that you need when you're trying to grow is some kind of business management software that either doesn't grow with you. Or even worse gets in your way. And that is why I'm excited to partner with net suite by oracle. It's.
"jim rohn" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"I remember going to the row set his store, and they were out of everything because they couldn't make it fast enough. No at one point anyway to satisfy the demand, and that must've it's interesting to see how being around I advocate for this allied. You only go as high as your five closest friends. It's like Jim Rohn, quote, and a lot of people just say that to be like, oh, I watch YouTube videos of these people's they're rubbing off me, maybe a little true, but you moving out here and being like, oh, I'm cool selling skate shoes. And scape words, and then people who you think are kind of maybe like one rung above on the ladder like big black like he had a different role with Rob's company. Brought Durda the pro skateboarded who is your cousin just for the audience. Who's like, wait who? But he's not. He wasn't a genius and. Yeah. And and big black. Right. And you're like, wait a minute. If he can start a clothing line. I can start a clothing one. And I'll tell you this. I have never met and spoke to someone that I truly just thought this is a genius. And this is completely out of my realm everyone, and that may sound I don't know what it sounds like. But everyone that I've sat and talked to I've been like Tam like they're human too. They're just somebody that had a vision put in a lot of work and figured something out. And like, I'm capable of that definitely. And I've never sat with anyone. Never. I've also never sat with like. Maybe a genius. I don't know. I've never I've never sat with these with anyone and said, oh, they're just way above me. Yeah. Next level thinking. Yeah. I get some of that in the tech world when I cut up in Silicon Valley, and they're like, yeah. I just saw this opportunity for hardware mounted security systems. And I was like, okay. Well, I am not even on the same solar system. That's where the genius is. Yeah. But when you're thinking of like a brand. Rand or somebody level leverages publicity to create an opportunity. Yeah. That that's the oldest game in town LA. Nobody's like breaking the mold here. Yeah. You know, we're inventing. And like, I think I don't know. That's once again, why was a lot of the motivation for my podcast was because I just learned so much from sitting with someone and talking to them, and it's like usually after a conversation, you feel a little bit more capable of doing something because it brings them down to earth. And who like like, I said it just it's kind of makes sense. It's like, oh, this is a Tena bowel. And so I wanted to force myself to keep having those conversations and all spread them. But that's where I learned so much. But yeah, how did you get the bug then to become an entrepreneur? Instead of just like, you could just a lot a lot of people would have just said, hey, look, I'm on TV..
The Importance of Surrounding Yourself with Good People
"Com. People have a huge impact on your life. You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with says, American entrepreneur and motivational speaker, Jim Rohn. With this in mind, you should think about the people you're spending time with the same way. You think about what you eat and how you're exercising. Some people can be parasites. They suck out your happiness energy and maybe some of your tangible resources as well. You could put spending time with them in the same category as eating nachos on the couch. So it makes someone a good person to spend time with and what are the benefits of surrounding yourself with these good people? Good people could be aren't saints, or at least they don't have to be. They might spend their winter holidays, helping starving children in Africa more. They may simply encourage you to hit the gym more. The good people you're looking for are positive, happy people that enrich your life. They can be family members, friends, coworkers, acquaintances that frequent the same coffee shop. There people. Will inspire you to be a better person provide you with motivation to achieve our goals and power you to make the changes you need to succeed and cheer on your success in the workplace. Good people tend to be productive people. They're organized crease schedules, a stick to and don't get easily distracted from the end goal. And all of this helps you be more productive is important to note that good does not mean similar to much of the same thing can inhibit growth. You wanna have diversity in healthy arguments. You should have an eagerness, a soak of knowledge in differing perspectives can help you with that. Think about the people you spend the most time with right down the qualities of the people you spend the most time with. Would you call them positive people happy now, think of how the interact in effect you do they make you feel like you have what it takes to reach your goals? Do they support you? Do they make you feel attractive? Do you feel happy and energized after spending time with them? If you answered yes to these questions, you're probably. Ready surrounded by the good people you need. What does good mean to you? Quote, surround yourself with people who make you happy. People who make you laugh who help you when you're in need people who genuinely care. They are the ones worth keeping in your life. Everyone else is just passing through Karl Marx. People are different. There are things that make you happy that might not make me happy. Your idea of support may differ from the next person's the keys finding the people that are good for you. So how do you do that? Remember that like attracts like, you have to give positive vibes and be confident. You also have to be yourself. His will lead you to the people that are right for you. You may also need to practice forgiveness. Resentment only breathes better nece and unhappiness in his time to let the negativity go.
"jim rohn" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast
"To actually celebrate the winds. And the last part is. Surround yourself with people in some of these are paid. And some of these are part of your tribe who are on a similar journey because we're all can have days where we don't want to do things. We're all going to have days where we feel like we want to give up an new slash all the most successful people you look up to. They have the same deal all the time as well, but going back to number one year environment, but the people in your environment. These are the people you lean on during those times and it can in my in my perspective from coaching so many people in fitness and entrepreneurship. One has to be paid investment in something some tribes and programs, some coach, some type of system, or you're paid into your body in financially, but also just take the iphone test right now go into your iphone detach for a second. I'm going to judge here. Look at your last ten messages and ask yourself through these last ten messages. Are they going to propel me closer to the goals that I want, or they're gonna take me further away. And that's a direct. That's a direct analysis non-judgmental. It's like truth of the people that you're surrounding yourself with. And if you're surrounding yourself with people that hate their boss hate their job or are complaining all the time or think a life coaches are scam and personal. This obviously wouldn't be listening, but but the people around them, if that's what you're do, you're going to. I'm a positive guy. I'm Mike of that. A lot of work emotionally lot of gratitude. You put me in a conference room with a thousand pissed off negative people day. Number one. I'm good man. I'll be. I'll be pumping people up. I'll be changing the room as much as I can day thirty. I'll be much more like them than I am today. So those three things are as much as you can make success. Automatic in bulletproof. It not just use willpower and changing emotional states. It's going to happen, man. Yeah, I love. Of that. There's a lot of lot of good nuggets in there for sure. And I've said this to, you know, so many times the the whole Jim Rohn quote, you all the average of the five people you spend the most time with. It's so true. And like you said, it's it's funny that you said I didn't know actually where you're going with that first second, I thought you would be like, you know, I'd change people and you know, that's it. I can change. It can convert some people and make them more positive, but it's like you're, you're so right, you're honest about that. The fact that day one Europe ositive dude use route. You surround yourself with the roomful of thousand people..
"jim rohn" Discussed on The Win with Heather Havenwood
"Me right here's person oprah i obviously don't know her i don't pick up pick up the phone but i was saying what would oprah do here was her philosophy or jim rohn who's no longer here on this planet but i listened to his philosophy what would jim rohn do here tonight what would what would be different view for somebody else outside of me based on someone else's flaw sophy are someone else's success so that's important so how are you is how are you a master my facilitator what what what did you what do you do to be the conduit between these people that are coming after the with adults structure so it's quite organized you don't just come into the rooms have from talk about there is a structure to go through to get you to set smarter goals to to celebrate your wayne's and but also to come to to each meeting with a specific question or something that you want that crowd sourced ideas to solve full you the reality is the internet now fifty is ago business was ready if you go to get the information when you started business now's the exact opposite you've got so much information but a lot of just isn't in context for years you might read you read a blog post or you read this this great new way of marketing and how does that actually apply to me without actually knowing if it is the right solution so you come as city coming that say space you ban surround those ideas you set a much smarter go after people set goals say look are to grow revenue by twenty percents but what does that mean that's that's not really smart on this you've actionable steps with it and also as accountabilities more business owners have known to hold them accountable we will leave the corporate world because we hate the boss you know that's the reason way what that freedom and then you start your own business at the end of the wage if you haven't kpi's there's no one to say you didn't do the hard stuff you didn't do what you supposed to do you just did the stuff that was easy to be comfortable with and you're not stretching yourself so it's place where you can you can you can start to be held accountable for the stuff that you've actually publicly enhanced to other people that have to get shit done this week that's recently i was in a mastermind online and the the mastermind had one intention which we had start dating in date in that was ninety videos in ninety days no matter what saturday's unnamed monday tuesday and you had to post on your youtube channel but then you had to post inside the group right and the moment that you didn't do one you were out in so there was like a big pot of money the was how much was five dollars we all put language person yeah right we all like fifteen bucks in the pot played that pay to be this group right was not money but is it was enough for me to say oh i want to be committed to this if i just said heather heather you should do ninety videos ninety days okay like it would've never happened i learned a ton about videos i learned a ton about a all these things because they would ask hey i'm doing this what do you do oh just try this out check out this new software right oh that's cool you know so i actually learned a ton inside of the group in ninety days it was super fun i learned how to be on camera i got over my own stuff around being on camera i was assigned days but it's so important to have that kind of mastermind group so let's talk about your company and i want to give everyone eurorail right now so write this down it's heather haven would dot com ford slash accountability going to share with you in a bit ronin is about what it is but here's a euro heather haven would dot com forward slash accountability okay so let's talk about what you're doing today what are you doing now in how you facilitate this so so.
"jim rohn" Discussed on Pick the Brain
"Mm-hmm. Welcome to the pick the brain podcasts where we pick the brains of the brightest minds in the areas of health, self-improvement productivity, and kicking ass at life. I am Jeremy. Fisher always alongside my co host Aaron, falcon. All right, Erica, today, we're going to hear from the legendary Jim Rohn you excited. I am. He's going to tell us how to go exactly where we wanna go. I like that. All right, let's do it. Why would the farmer put the plough in the ground in the spring if he couldn't see the vision of the harvest when the summer is finished, is it possible to see the finished harvest? And the answer is, yes, we do that simply by faith. Key phrase, faith is the ability to see things that don't get exist and that's how things exist. How did this hotel gear someone sought while the property was vacant? You say, is it possible to see this hotel when it isn't here in the answer's yes, of course. If somebody cannot see it when it is not here, then it will never be. So it's possible to see things that don't get exist. Interesting. When should you start building this hotel? This is a good question for your philosophical musings. When should we start building the house in? Here's the answer. As soon as it's finished, you wouldn't start building the house till you had it finished. If you just started laying bricks and somebody came around said, what are you doing? And I'm just laying bricks and said, what are you building? And you said, I have no idea. See, they'll take you away to safe place. So we got that now. It's possible the finish something before you start. In fact, it would be a bit foolish to star until you had it. So human beings have this remarkable ability to finish something and then started. We've heard the old expression don't count your chicken, tiller hats. They know we have the ability to count our chickens long before there because we know we have faith. We believe we use the law of averages bound to be at least so many out of every dozen out of every hundred out of every fifty. So it's possible to see the end and then begin start looking into the future of what you would like to accomplish, where you would like to go, the person you'd like to be and see if you can't get a better picture of the finished objective see yourself there. See yourself in possession of it was in business with Bob Cummings. The old movie star for a while. He said, decide what you want, and then act as if you already had it and being an actor, he could give us a few tips on acting, decide what you want and act as if it was already yours. Now, the reason we can act thinking that it's already hours because not only can we vision the end results. We can also vision the beginning of making it real. So we don't start till it's finished, but it is possible for human beings to finish something before they start. Human beings are the only life on earth that has this incredible capacity to change the course of your life. No other life form can do that every other life form, except humans seems to operate simply by instinct and the genetic code. In the winter, the goose lies south how often answer every winter. If you said to the goose, hey, it'd be better this year to go west. He ignored that advice. And the reason is because he cannot make choices and listen to advice might be better. He has to old bay instinct and the genetic code, but no jot this down not human beings. Human beings can alter the course of their life. Human beings can live one way for five years tear up that script live a totally different way. The next five year, the first six years of my economic life. I wound up broke seconds, six years. I wound up rich. Someone says, how did you do that? Here's a number one I discovered. I was not a goose. Someone says, don't you have to do the second six years like you did the first six years in this down? No. No, you don't have to live the second six years. Like the first six. You can use all the information and all the advice and repairing all of your mistakes and adopting a new and refined philosophy so that the next six years can be totally different than the last six. No other life form can do this. See if you were a tree, you'd be stuck as a tree. If you used up all the nourishment that was around you and you couldn't change location, see you would die, but that's not true. Human beings can change location, go north south east west, live here for a while. Somewhere else for a while. So that's a note to mate. You can greatly alter the course of your life. Now, here's the next note to make five years from now you will arrive the question is way or. This is for mature. People know if you keep up your disciplines and keep up the prison pace that you're on, where would you be in five years? Boy, it's easy to say, hey, I haven't really thought about that. So now make this note in five years, here's the probability you will either arrive at a well designed destination or an undesired and distant. Well-designed undesired, and I promise you five years or no, you really don't want to arrive at an undesired destination because you may very well wind up where and what you don't want to wear driving, which you don't want to drive living where you don't want to live, maybe doing what you don't want to do simply because you didn't design a better destination key phrase upfront. The decision to Risi sometimes after we've lived a few years now to repair our mistakes and get back on track, seems like a tough job. If you've messed up your health for ten years, I'm telling you takes more than ten days to get it back. But here's the key in Seoul, exciting to talk to the teenagers make the note. If you start early, the fortune belongs to you. If you start early all fortunes that are available to humans, if you start early, the promise looms large and the odds are heavy in your favor. Now, yes, it's possible to do some radical things starting late and still arrive with some good treasures and some good things. But when you haven't got that much time left now, sometimes the decision have to be so drastic. People are not willing to make there too tired to weary and ill and say, look, I don't have much time left. It's not going to happen for me anyway. It's easy to take that attitude, but everyone here we've got the time over the next ten years. We've got the time the next twenty years. We've got the time the next thirty years to make some repair now in our heirs of the past and set up some new disciplines and I'm telling you that's going to change everything. So five years from now, I wished for you to arrive at a well-designed place. A place of productivity place that'll make you feel good about yourself. A place that'll give you on her and respect. A place that'll give you influence to touch other people five years from now that you couldn't do today, where would you be in five years? Key phrase, we go, the direction we've face if you start designing something at the end of this direction. Sure enough. You will start going the direction you face and we face the direction. We designed. Next phrase direction determines distant action. Destination is not determined by hope. It's not determined by wish. Destination is determined by direction. You cannot change destination overnight, which means you can't arrive at a five years from now place tomorrow, but here's what you can change today and overnight you can change direction in it is so fascinating. What a little small change of direction we'll do. Let's say that you're here and you're hit it this way and five years from now, you'll wind up here, but here's how we individually can arrive at a new destination maybe right now by discipline or lack of discipline or direction. You're headed this way, but it wouldn't take much to change direction and head this way. So that in five years, you wind up here instead of here. And the difference now of getting off this track and getting on this track is not much a few decisions in disciplined a few decisions and learning a few decisions and change of behavior change of habit a few decisions and setting goals that you've sort of let drift before. So jot that down. It's only a small journey to new direction. Guess how quickly you can change your health by starting to eat and apple a day. Mama said Annapolis day keeps the doctor away. Let's say you've been ill long enough. You've had health problems long enough and you say, that's it that's over. I'm going to now start a program. You don't have to really revolutionize your whole health life. Just start with an apple a day. You say we'll is that simple to change your health life. And the answer is yes. The key is just to start, you know, you pick up a book on good health and you get halfway through the book and it says, now, dear reader set this book aside fall down on the floor and see how many pushups you can do. And then it goes on to say, and if you have not done that, why not give this book away. It looks like you're not gonna do it come on. You don't have to radically do something. You can gain momentum and make changes as you just start. Here's what happens when you start a new direction. Self esteem starts to accelerate. It doesn't take much for you to feel good about yourself. Just committed to a new direction and you feel good and an apple a day committed to finally having a health program that will make you the healthiest you've ever been in the next twenty years. All you got to do as much on that first apple and nobody even has to be around and you don't have to announce it to the world, but you munch on that. I say this is that beginning of developing a health program that's going to make me so healthy all have the vitality to do whatever I want to do for the next thirty years of mine life, much much happy, happy self esteem off the scale. Now, if you eat an apple the second day, you become almost delirious. Saying, wow, I'm on my way. Somebody said just to apples as look. You don't understand. Not only did I do it yesterday. I've done it again today. This is really proving to myself with no audience. No microphone, no, nothing. Just you and your self. You've convinced yourself. I'm on my way to the healthiest I ever have been. I'm starting a new life. This is the second day I'm on my way. That's how easy it is to change your mind. You don't need some dramatic vision. Just begin something and maybe buy health or by whatever other things we can think of to do. You just get back on a better track. Okay. It's a small journey
"jim rohn" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM
"And you might say lyndale how do you know that i know this because of her output i know this because of her output if all she listened to was beyond say then all she would talk about would be beyond say so i might just hit on somebody because if that's all you talk about the nfl you doing beyond say living her life what you gonna do i'm just i'm just asking it's that simple tell me your inputs in i can predict outputs is that simple think about it that way and so if you want to know how to do something in particular they who are you watching in the media or who's your media mentor that you're going to learn from like make this work for you make this information age work you make the fact that we're all connected work for you and make them your medium mentor earl nightingale i mean he's back from the fifties and sixties but i've learned a whole lot from that cat and the same thing i can go down to name zig ziglar jim rohn less brown you know all these guys i haven't met him but they're my mentor nonetheless right napoleon hill i can go through the list.
"jim rohn" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"Right how can i eliminate more than one of those or because the more you can do the better your offers gonna work right jim rohn said find something good to say say it well and then say it often i think a lot of people skip number one in a lot of people skip number two and they just do number three a lot right to say something often right so there's a lot of clients already have this clearly different thing that they just don't see it they don't see it but they already have it a lot of times it's about eliminating something or making something simpler not adding something to it that makes it powerful right so when somebody hires my agency all they have to do is do a couple of interviews in an i handle everything else from the order form the live chat to the putting it into their autoresponder because i'm trying to eliminate all of those timer issues for them hey guys this is ryan we're gonna take a quick break and we'll return to the show if you've been listening to the last few episodes of the show where we featured entrepreneurs who have crossed the seven figure mark and are on their way to eight figures than you undoubtedly have heard us talk about the back room the back room is a group mentoring program where we cast the vision for getting to ten million dollars a year and beyond and being ready to sell your company because ultimately that's where the big payday is going to come from we also open up investment opportunities so that you can put your prophets into places that give you more wealth and potentially more cash flow or even help you save on taxes we have some pretty cool places where we put cash that give you sometimes all three plus you're in a room with people who are the best in the world at what they do we bring in my team of advisers that help people get into retail they help people clean up their systems they help people clean up their books.
"jim rohn" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies
"If if you need to get the traffic report if you need to know what the weather is find that traffic channel find that weather channel listen to that briefly and then turn it off because guard megyn is garbage out whatever we put into our mind if we put in negativity that's what we're gonna put out that it's like feeding our soul we you know we put all we ate was pizza every day that's not very nourishing for the body will think of think of news negatively as bad food it's bad food for the mind and if we keep feeding it bad food will we're going to become unhealthy so to have an unstoppable mindset is to feed it feed it fool of positive mindful things meditate have gratitude journal whatever whatever but main thing is turn off at tv first thing in the morning and read something positive well i know that i had to stop you know used to be as cnn junkie i would just sit there and absorb it and then it was like oh my soul feels so heavy i feel so tired i'm not sleeping i'm worrying all the time and now i go to my local news in the morning i get my traffic report the weather and they usually have some feel good stories and that's the way i start my day good for you you know for us women we have to do our hair and makeup to get going for the day so one thing that i do is all turn on a youtube video on my little laptop or my phone and i have it in the bathroom while i may not be able to watch the video but i can listen to the positive motivational information you know there's a lot of people on their will tony robbins jack canfield vic ziglar jim rohn or smoulders but good he's on their less brown lisa nichols a lot of positive motivational speakers are on youtube now and you can listen to them.
"jim rohn" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Right and so over time there's a there's a really telling moment in that episode where they're talking about you know okay we need to increase versity here with more people of color we need more people this and then like wait a minute do we have any conservative evangelical or do we have anyone who knows anything about nascar like they realized that they're not actually kind of active in also fears they don't have that because what have they been using to recruit people up to that point it was basically people from public radio which is why all the show sound like they could have been radio lab right i think the thing that i think is most interesting you and i were talking about this when i was researching the book is that they had their sort of network and as a result they had never really even encountered alternative business models like what you had the prior company like what you have with jordan harbinger showed that allows you to almost have a more profitable business than just trying to get a bunch of people listening and then turning those downloads into at revenue there's so many other business models that you can use podcasting as but they had no awareness that those models even existed because of that and to their credit so again this is the long the long slow march of publishing the diversity issue episode came out and they actually recently did an update where they were talking about how we've done some good things to increase diversity along the sort of the lower levels of the organization but we're having a really hard time at the senior levels because we're all relying on our networks like they finally they didn't see the problem the first time i was listening to the episode screaming at my at my car because i could see it as a network problem they didn't now they do they see that they're going to need to take more deliberate effort to grow their contacts outside of that community so that the referrals and things like that can come in so one of cliche that we keep coming back to on every show that's about personal growth self help networking whatever is that jim rohn concept.
"jim rohn" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Health and safety issues what about the business has anyone ever heard the phrase the needs of the many out wave and queue or the one this is part of the reason why there was this trump backlash i don't care what you think about trump if you think he's the secondhand christ or the best thing to sliced bread he is a reaction to the fact that the politicians have been ignoring the general public there is there is such a thing as the tyranny of the majority but there is also such thing as the tyranny of the minority and you're saying they're being you're being held under a tyranny and i'm telling you here's my concern as a physician i think you've heard me say this before there's going to be a public health disaster as a result of this when they cleared up orange county there were tens of thousands of pounds of feces fifteen thousand the god knows how many roads and the rodents in this part of the world have fleas that carry infectious disease bad ones that is going to break into the community at large that is provided if that's one of the things we're going to get we're gonna get volatile is norovirus we could easily get hepatitis a we could get needles into the water supply where if you swim in the ocean there'd be stabbing you i mean what point the public health went out and we're talking about this this is the other side of that debate which is really not a debate it is the misdirection of the the politics of the homeless issue yes just her with a caller talking about the politics of the homeless didn't address the medical side of the argument that you have rate will but he was arguing i just brought the medical side he was offering the business is the ability to walk for the sidewalk that kind of thing but but i'm saying what what's what's going to matter to everybody is is only when your kids are dying of typhus is that the mirror typhus that's it that's when you're gonna go oh oh i guess we need to do something i've mean i it's this summer it's going to be bad man it's going to be bad let's talk quickly to jim rohn across the break.