17 Burst results for "Mind Valley"

"mind valley" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

08:24 min | 4 months ago

"mind valley" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"Exactly how I wanNA live how I wanNA show what what type of life I WANNA lead. How what I want my company to do how much I WANNA travel? What is my relationship with? My Kid everything is written down I? Don't have a business plan for my company. We have chaos obviously but I haven't written a business plan in in many years but I have a super be clear business a life plan for my life and how I show up and how I experience. Being alive. Long. Not Interrupt. You want to ask you a question before we go further into your systems. Wild state your diet. So can you give us a couple of principles that you how you eat that you that people can learn more about an go see while go and check out. it's it's. It's honestly so so complex. But basically. So this so how you eat it's retraining your biology. So you become you burn fat rather than sugar. So you don't meet sugar you don't eat sugar for energy like. Some So many people fooled into the idea that you got to go work out. Then you've got to take an energy drink. No, that's bullshit marketing on US carry a quarter million aquatic million emergency calories in body a quarter million. This is why you can go three or four days without eating right that. Doesn't have access to those calories because when you are on the American Diet, you train your body to expect to burn sugar. Sugar is in seventy four percent of any product in in the average American grocery store that statistic is from Dr Mark Hyman. So what you WANNA do is walk it puts you on on it's not Tito. Cisco's this is actually one of the least efficient forms of dieting while actually retrain your body. So you're able to access the extra calories as a result you stop burning fat around your body and s you have access to that Fab a couple of other things happen. It doesn't mean that you give up. Give up sugar I still take sugar I still take wine. But in vastly smaller quantities I used to be I mean it at my worst help I used to do to blouses of wine a day fourteen glasses a week. Now if I'm enjoying a good movie I'll have half a glass of wine that's enough for me but at the same time, my body's able to tap into my fat reserves. So it's been four years since while fit. and. I haven't significantly put on a lot more fat. I mean I have gone up by one percentage point under the pandemic. I, basically more as more being metabolic, metabolic, flexible train people to do or to be the concept of metabolism is a very inexact science. Calories just bullshit I mean it's it's a very simplistic way of looking at the world. It's really about think about it this way rather than getting your body to expect shudder as a constant source of fuel you tap into your access fuel research while the trains your body to to to rebalance in a unique way. Again, it's it's complex. I am not qualified to explain it because I not instructed instructors. Eric. Ed needs good a mine valley dot com forward slash while fit it's all there. I'm curious about this too. Because here we talk a lot about being metropolitan slept civil and people do a lot of. A big sad. And then you talk to about intermittent fasting or just. In general, I know that you said that in part of your morning routine is you eat breakfast is a. Breakfast today's at elite. Few, all two days a week, and then you fast two days a week. and. So. Once you on Wall Street. You can fast really easily because your body gets gets the energy, it needs from your fat resort. So if you decide so sometimes I wake up in the morning at seven thirty I will not have until one and and my previous meal was maybe ten PM. So what is that? That's almost like fifty fifteen hour fast and I have no issue with that because my body is wealthy compliant like everyone especially in the United States, everyone has to be unlawful like it will just change your life and it also improves your your health. My hair got a lot thicker. You know like most men over forty you stop seeing half all bit my hair about a lot. They are my skin cleared up. It has been remarkable for me. I look funding if you Google pictures of me for twenty sixteen, I looked like a different person. I know I saw I. saw i. mean you seem tiny though you seem like you really kind of like shredded your body and your like. One. But. You know what? That's the way the human body is meant to work. If you look at indigenous cultures like no-one is bound up no one is bobbed up. No one has has debt much access APP. because. You. Don't WanNa you don't WanNa buy into this new normal I used to have a dad bought you don't. You don't want. Nobody wants that we accepted that I had a dad bought I accepted it I accepted I'm like Oh, this is just normal the father of two kids. If you don't, you can shift that. That's really really really important. Now, the next thing is this I de go and I get online valley all access and I watch a twenty minute quest episode every single day right now I'm studying Ken Ken wilber integral theory. Cried this I was studying speed leading to that I was studying Marie Diamonds Punch Swig on Mine Valley when you're part of the all access and it's just mind ninety dot com, go check it out the assuming different programs you decide what is best for you. And every day you watch twenty minutes and at the end of every month. So twenty minutes, it's nothing but it's the way teachers teach that makes it so dynamic at the end of the month, your new person. So by the end of this month, I'll be able to reap significantly faster and I will be trained in integral theory and functional weight, which is Kinda in. A Me Oh. My Gosh Renaissance Man. Continue with your I want to ask you more also about your six as meditation but I think it's is in the ball you talk about in the Buddha Nevada's of people can go to valley but. Because it. Would you say? If. Someone's doing your opinion as former meditation. That's fine too is I. Think you're a big? Yes Meditation is great but again, just like exercise, you can optimize optimize odds of exercise. A super slow slack strength trading is what I recommend for the gym. Mind has a program coming out called. Tannock's which is based on the work of dug up who wrote the body by science. You do not most people over exercise in the gym you can get the best results you can get in under thirty minutes a week. It's amazing I saw time mind-blowing for people they don't understand. But again, if you, if you think if you think this, is it. This is hard to believe just pick up the book body by science by Doug McGaw all the evidence, all the data that. Will Shimmer, slow rights super slow training. It's called body by science it's the scientific approach to optimizing your body. It's basically doing super slow resistant treating row super slow ya superstore resistance rating. So developed a program on that. We look at be inspired by Doug, Mugabe's worth that also works countless other researches pioneers and it's call tennis. Yes, coming out coming out in December on. So that's how I used to. Jim, I go to the gym two three times a week I. Take Jujitsu classes. Now with my son one wants to twice a week and between and then I'm not allowed to stop work. Until nine am so I wake up at seven. Because I love my job so much I want to dive straight in, but I do not have stopped allowing myself to go to my work I need to I, focus on myself on my on my well being on on and you know what's what's the latest thing I'm really into you. Re Rekondo's magic. Of course, IT S. Just so I love cleaning might own house. It's kind of weird for got right but I just kind of like it and and so every day I make a little tweak to my living space every single day my home get slightly better and better and better and. Then at ninety I work and then.

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"mind valley" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

07:54 min | 4 months ago

"mind valley" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"Are not Zuckerberg your brain, you know with. Other, things to that that actually lead to all the unhealthy effects of of modern social media. Now, those are just the first two pieces we have so many attracting so much talent right now, we're building an AI layer that merges everything together. So that viewers every mind valley student will have the equivalent of iron man's job. It's helping guide them life. I'm talking about full the powered augmented reality reality interface. To navigate the world in learn in in the most powerful way. Okay. So how is it that you went from zero two thousand to two thousand I know you're just because You're obviously very. Passionate about light. You do right. What was that first thing that you have to do like how did you take your passion that you're seeing that? Okay. So let me let me break it down to you in twenty thirteen. So mine belly started the two, thousand three. That's when I registered. That will make the company. I, I started with a with a friend of Mine and with my dad wife Christina and we know what we were doing. We would dabbling in different things we were selling meditation CDs we built will second second-most social mocking engine in two thousand five we launched an APP very similar to instagram. It was called linked by ultimately failed because it was too early back then camera. Just didn't really exist, right We launched an early version of facebook in two thousand four that we didn't have to venture funding. See. What happened was mind body started in Palo Alto in New York. But in two thousand, three. The Muslim watchlist was enacted in in the United States. The exact same thing that from in two thousand sixteen months trying launch, right? And I got put in that watch list and I had to leave. America. So it had to literally after living in America of ten years, I had to go back to my country of Malaysia or to my wife's country Estonia. So that was A. Why I'm dead, that's why you see something. That's stupid. Thing a slow me down now I don't blame anyone look September eleven had happened I. Love the United States of America have to to enact policies but it was a very stupid property. Which is why when trump wanted to bring it back in two thousand, sixteen like so many silicon valley CEOS protested because brilliant people like me could no longer bought southern flights we had to go through to our interviews to forgetting an it was like living on parole every twenty eight days. I. Have to report to the government for fingerprinting for two or Mugshot that was my life in America under this stupid. That stupid Bush era watchlist Obama ruled it unconstitutional in two thousand eight and it was no more but I will not go back to America until that reality TV host who's posing as the president is away because I am not risk another stupid anti immigrant law like that. My Life. So. When vitamins or could consider coming back. But right now we are taking on the American education system from laser and stone. A employees. And I wish I could employ them in America and create jobs. Concept that stupid situation we have to build up company in Malaysia. We built an American company in Malaysia. I pay American taxes I pay more taxes than the US president. The entire company is built in Malaysia that's where I have to stop. That is the story. I had no idea because I lived. There was. A general, the focus hang on their. Focus, right. That's. Right I was curious. Why are you in Estonia I kept on I was not understanding this and so. You started the whole University of Michigan The New York is who? Wants to watch and that, and then Obama bless his soul got rid of it ruled unconstitutional but then in two thousand, sixteen when trump was elected in. Almost in watchlist like why would I take that risk? You know yeah, I get it. Now I didn't understand that and then so then okay. So then you that's when when you went there and don't even think it'd be more difficult to build what you've built. So then having you start getting traction it it. was. Up to do this is what I have to do when I moved to Malaysia. The Malaysian militia was going through brain brain-drain. Okay. So so my friends told me like, why did you come back should've just stayed in the US who be have to live parole report to the government every twenty eight days I could because it was against my principles given loved. America. Given I. Still Do I love everything about America? But I couldn't live like that. It was just being unfair. So I decided faced with a choice and our methods of Buckminster Fuller. He said when faced with intractable problem. You can focus on the problem or you can create a vision that renders the problem obsolete. So what I decided to do was create a vision to render my problem of being in Malaysia obsolete I needed talent from the US. I needed talent from Europe I was going to build an international company in a tiny Southeast Asian country with no history of of of of tax attack or startup. What's what I decided to do was set a clear vision Mike. It was going to create the world's greatest workplace by twenty twenty against myself a seventeen year on right twenty twenty just download. Cool. Now, as I started unfolding idea, it started becoming true by two thousand nine with moved into an office that was the most beautiful office in Malaysia We started attracting talent from all around the world. If you go to youtube and you type in mind body cover letters, you will see video couples from talent all around the world applying to join mind valley. As we started attracting all of this incredible talent. We soon had sixty different nationalities in office in Malaysia, and we were ready to take on the world in twenty nineteen off got listed in INC magazine US one of the. Top Ten most beautiful places in the world in twenty twenty, I was asked to write a book and company culture at pivoted to write the Buddha of the bad ass. But that's what I have to do. I. Didn't have BC money I didn't I wasn't in America at didn't have access to talent. So I had to impact global order to bring talent to me and reinvent worked in that process. So what was it? What's that quality of you that you're able to like refrains things and be so effective like is it because I mean this was you know entrepreneurs I saw again you said something that you don't believe in hustling, right? That's all outdated. thinking. About, going within right. Away like your path has been. Had A law of. Like taxing jackals over to become to do this now, is that something innate new that you just have such a drive such passion that what is it about you? One quality that you would say it merger of the Buddha and the bad s I mean my latest book, the one that hit number one in the Wall Street Journal is called the Buddha end the baddest it's it's the merger does to read read the Amazon right? It's like a five star rated book but what I propose in that book is that we need. To shift the way we approach work in business we need to merge two different aspects of ourselves. Bad, ass right now, like women you when you talk to me, you hear the past I am held the breaking world you hear that passion but if you just have that but you cannot go inside and sauce ideas and source creativity and in and.

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"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

03:35 min | 5 months ago

"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Was just locked into your future. Notice, your inner child, and how safe and supported, and a pot of the person that they get to be allowing you to have so much fun with this, allowing you to play with this, allowing you to remember that it's all just a child's cosmic game at the end of the day. The had said. Notice, how quick you out a catch, any limiting structures? So any elements of distortion which pop into your field in the future notice, you now have an awareness where you can catch it where you can see it and will you can remember that's not mine. But she's to shift it right now. And notice as you reflect on yourself. Connecting back and these moments in your future. Notice that you constantly. Continue to remember who you are. You're a member who you are. You remember who you are. You remember who you are. You're a member why you hear hear a member why you hear your member who you are. That's it. And coming back floating all the way back to now. Hovering above now. Coming back down into now. Remaining in the field of your heart. Remaining in your body. With. Sore. Much gratitude. For what just got to take place and your feud With saw. Much gratitude. For what got locked into your divine future. The sorry much gratitude. For the free connection to how powerful you really are. With. So much gratitude as you continue to remember from this moment forth. Exactly. Where you are and exactly how fun and easy it all gets to be. Allowing yourself to sink into physical body, you might WanNa we go your fingers or your toes. Bringing your awareness back posture body into the room back into the space. From, this place can gently start to open your eyes. Work team. So. Proud of each and every single one of you that. Are Open and you found also available and remember you can play with all the pieces and found within I. Thank you so much guys. It's been an honor. ambitionless Yanni and this is the Mind Valley podcast. If.

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"mind valley" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

07:20 min | 5 months ago

"mind valley" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"This is Gary v Audio. Experience. Gary Chuck. Hey. How's it going? It's going well, how are you? I'm doing good. Gary Good. How are we doing? I know the world is being so differently. I'd lean into gratitude and perspective and accountability during these times and that's it. That's all I can do. One thing I got to say about you Gary is that I love the positivity that you bring on stage. So just a little back story that I remember about a year ago we were speaking on stage together in charger near Dubai you the conference I, close the conference. But what really touched me is how you got on stage at that audience in charger you able to adapt your message, adapt your style to Arab audience. So effortlessly, thank you for saying that at the same time I've seen you speak in Vegas and its leader Gary. This was twenty rub in business freedom must be summit way back. We've set the stage several times, but we've only met once at a pizza joint in summit series many years ago about a ship just want to express my gratitude being watching you for ten years and amazed at how you've grown. Now because of how you speak Gary, you just go on a roll so I do not want to interrupt you unnecessary questions. I want to give you a space to share your message to our audience today. The people who are watching are mostly sixty percents, leaders, managers, entrepreneurs, and they are all here is part of the Mind Valley community because they love personal growth and these three hundred people showed up live because they love you it's very sweet I'm so excited to be here. Let's rock and roll. So with everything happening in the world right now, what would be your advice to entrepreneurs? I think it is going into. It was funny when I just answered your question. I realized if I organize this literally high create content. This crew, we'll probably see a video tonight at seven thirty PM eastern American time. Where the title the top is going to say go into your gap during times like this because serendipitous Li I decided to answer you with gratitude. Accountability and perspective I ordered it differently. But as you and I were talking I reordered it into spelling the word gap and so I'm actually GonNa make a piece content like I literally have just decided right here. serendipitous never put those words together. So that's fun and it's an insight to how I think which is like creativity information being skilled at something it requires omnipresence you can train I can go train to be a skier, but I'm not gonNA be a world class skier for me entrepreneurship and really wisdom and perspective came natural to me. It's my natural state. So what do I tell entrepreneurs I tell them. This, you signed up for. Like to really go there. What I tell fellow entrepreneurs like this is our time. Like when things are challenging when they're difficult when they're not stable is exactly when entrepreneurs. A pure of real entrepreneur I don't like using the word. Real. Entrepreneur not someone over the last decade. When it got cooler decided they wanted to be one but an entrepreneur. It's like being a fish and now here's the water like to me. This is our time. This is when you have to navigate. This is all we know like you've signed up for. A world where you have to react to realities on a daily basis and it's all on your accountable shoulders. And then when they're incapable of going there I deployed perspective and gratitude I remind my friends who've been struggling that Kobe started six weeks earlier, Kobe Bryant would be alive. You can decide to look at all the bad. You know go look at the traffic deaths data around the world you getting into scary debates of were more people's lives same during this time than lost. Its half glass full half glass empty. You start getting into really interesting thoughtful places and so for me. It's perspective. You know I think about World War Two I think about the black plague I? Think about so many genocides. The millions of people around the world that don't have clean water every day not when there's Kobe, I'm not capable of dwelling. Because of gap. Gratitude Accountability you know like, what am I going to do about it and perspective, and so I'm What do I say? I say we should be thankful that we can even have this conversation health over everything and let's move forward. I love that gap concept. So gratitude we get gratitude. Tell. US About Accountability. countable. These tricky. Because people confuse accountability with lack of compassion. And I don't see it that way. Accountability as what can I control? and. So you know when things like this happen people blame You Know People WanNa. Blame China people, WANNA blame their own government people want to blame their boss, their spouse, the system. And oftentimes, there's the liberty in those things. The question becomes what are you going to do about it? You know you can go political and talk about voting. You can talk about people that are really suppressed places about leaving. If they can some places, you can't even leave Leeming if you can. You know for me, it's accountability. What can I do in a very small not as heavy conversation when my company is in trouble when Kobe hits clients are telling us, they're not gonNA pay they have to reduce scopes. I I stopped paying myself. Then I stop wasting money on dumb stuff. So I look at all our expenses. Then unfortunately, the worst of the bunch I, have to let some people go. So the whole company can pay its bills. You life and so I like accountability like I like. You know what am I gonNa do about it and I don't think it's fun or healthy to feel helpless and I think it leads to a lot of bad things that doesn't mean that I don't have compassion for people that are curious positions. It's just that. I think it's very empowering for people to try to hack to think what are they GONNA do? Now the final one was perspective the Pete. We've already touched on that, which is US perspective ingratitude a lot. My perspective leads to gratitude. It. Could be worse. Right? My perspective is it could be worse. As you went through this disruptive period like what was some of the life lessons? The big insights that you gained got affirmation from who I think I am you know during ironically Oh my God today is nine eleven. So nine eleven was the first major bent I had to navigate through as a leader. I was very young kid in a family business. Then there was the great recession in two thousand eight. He's macro things as an entrepreneur, an operator everyday you're dealing with micro things, lawsuits, somebody's families, issues, clients, employees, but macro nine eleven great recession. But I always the back of my mind my friend knew one thing nine eleven I was a kid..

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"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

03:07 min | 8 months ago

"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Amazing amazing I love that advice. Thank you for giving us such a concise method for us to stay aware of how to keep. I'm unity. Hi, Max, thank you so much for joining us in our show, and for those of you who are watching I want to recommend maxis book genius last I've previously recommended his first book. Genius Brain which is phenomenal book that now I want you to read the genius life. He'll mine. Strengthen your body and become extraordinary Max. Would you tell us a little bit about this book? Book so I see, it's about helium, instructing body become extraordinary. What are some of the topics that you cover in this book? Unwise this bookstore relevant for our time. Yes, so the genius live is a full three hundred sixty degree lifestyle guide. It's the simple things that you can do every single day that are going to add up to big health winds, and you'll feel them immediately so everything from how to optimize your vitamin D levels, and what range to aim for how to optimize your body's circadian rhythm so that? That you have lots of energy during the day, and then you sleep well at night, which is all regulated by these clocks that we have in our brains and in our jeans, so it's GonNa teach you how to optimize that when a very simple and straightforward way talks about food and how to eat in a way that's going to help you maintain your most optimal body composition, whether that means losing fat or gaining muscle it spells it out in a way that simple back and rooted in science, but also made. Made very practical for people and I also give tips in terms of my dietary recommendations for how to save money when you're shopping because I know that this is a major thing for people i. don't WanNa make the mistake of offering recommendations that you know. One percent of the population can afford so I want people of all socioeconomic quadrants be able to afford these recommendations and to buy food. That's GONNA nurse their bodies that they can afford, and so the book is really very complete in terms of all that. That's amazing. I can't wait to read the book. I loved you first. Book and Max Thank you so much for serving our community. Thank you so much for your incredible advice. I love having you mind body I think this is your second or third appearance and I just want to highly recommend you work and. They'll be me and instagram. You'll see that an east quite so far I caught up next. This post I've. Max's both not set follow this man. And that's because I really believe in his work and I really believe in why he does it. What we didn't have time to cover in. This podcast is Max's back story. How he went deep into nutritional research to help heal his mom. and. That story is so touching. You will learn about it in his first book Genius Foods It's a beautiful story. This is why I'm such a rough Max because I see that what he does is coming from a big hot and desire to ensure that. All of us get to live a healthiest lights well into our elders. Thank you so much Max. Thank you vision. I'm Lookin' and this is the Mind Valley podcast..

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"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

06:04 min | 8 months ago

"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Third Star, which is the most coveted thing in the world of restaurants? And they said they had to go find their miles Davis. And then I got it to perform at the highest possible level to get to the next level, rather than saying they're going to try to tweak things on the outside little bit better presentation, the food, a little bit better environment, a little bit better service. They had to go inside and find the purest expression of their soul of who they are, and then express that in. That's how you get to that highest possible level. Level, so that's what Miles Davis was known for as an artist is that what came out of him was purest expression of who he was as a musician, and I believe that all of us are artis, no matter what you do, no matter who you are expressing some form of creativity in art, and the pure that you can express that the more success in joins the film and you're GonNa have in your life. I see expression, so we know identity that is philosophy. It's how values what is that expression look like and how it one figure it out. It's literally what you do every day. You are expressing yourself right now. Vision Your podcast. You are having this conversation. You have a desire to communicate with the Mind Valley community and have them learn something that you think will be value to them. You have an absolute commitment to making sure that these people get value every time they engage with you, so do you see how you're expressing your own core values right now? You're expressing your purpose. You're expressing what drives you. This is just one example of a pure form of how you express yourself in the world. Now imagine if you decided that you WanNa, do podcasts, but you had some way to do. Do Them. That really wasn't expressing who you are, but you thought it might be more practical if you were to start expressing yourself in ways that weren't aligned with who you were. You would start to shrink as a human being in shrink in your business and most people do that. Most people feel like they have to behave in a way different than who they really are in order to make it in life I think you're a perfect example that that's not true. You are in your miles. Davis in Mind Valley is not you, but my valley's expression of you and its expression of a pure form of who you are and what your values are. I see I see now. There's a third point you said so. It's identity expression, and the third point is collaboration. This is the ultimate thing you know. Is You're talking about? My Bio introduced me when I developed patents on diagnostic technologies. I did that in collaboration with other people Christopher can. We were making Docu series I did that in collaboration with Jeff Hayes. My partner in that business collaboration is the ultimate place where things. Things can happen because he understands your identity, three or philosophy. You're expressing it, but then you just you trying to do it alone. There's only so far you can go imagine if you didn't collaborate for example with people like John. missy butcher in life book. Imagine if he didn't collaborate with the people that you work with bring content in value to this audience. You'd be very very limited, but here is the trick about. Once we get our identity very clear, and we're expressing it in a very pure effective way. Many times our Egos start to fill all the space around that what collaboration requires is that we have to put our egos in check or have our egos in a place where their space to collaborate with other people. Often doers achievers, their egos are such that they can't collaborate with other people and proper collaborations important, because if your identity is not clear expressions, not clear, then the right people can collaborate with the. They don't fully understand you. They don't understand what you're trying to do in the world, but when you are in a position of collaboration, because you've done the first two stages, identity expression, and then you can bring your ego back and see the bigger vision for the impact. You WanNa have in a world that's when collaboration the magic in take you to levels of effective this that you otherwise couldn't reach. What you're saying, is this I thing you gotta do to Your Life Truly? Succeed in business, and in work is deciding who to be an who be is really the essence of your identity. It is your philosophy. It's your values, and your book takes you through that process, and then you spoke about how it's a combination of identity expression of that identity, and then caught laboraties Esta pop forward, and that is the concept behind your stand. Is Your brand? Yes, insured, that is it in four revealed films our company. We picked collaboration our theme for the year and we're getting much more done this year than we ever could have before because we're collaborating. That's just an example how that applies. Amazing and you know I've interacted with you and your partners, and you guys just so generous and so giving that was just one thing that stands out about the way you do business so congratulations on the book. I'm so excited that this book is coming out and I'm on it that you asked me to write the forward and I gotta say every time I look back at that clip of impact theory. That went viral. I'm so. About the fact that I called it you because your concept, your standard. Your brand truly had a big impact on my life, and that was even before I knew you were coming out with this book. It was as a matter of fact you talking about it might have been a good chunk of my motivation I always feel like we're collaborating and I find you to be an unusual genius. That's doing a lot of great work in world so I certainly appreciate this opportunity. Why thank you I appreciate that so folks. You can find Patrick's book on Amazon. It is your stand. Is Your Brand Patrick Jen Temple? Go check it out and I think if you are an entrepreneur. In fact, I wouldn't just say entrepreneur, no matter what career your in you can find a way to shift you identity to develop expression of your identity that makes you truly magnetic. It starts to make everything else in your life..

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"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

08:20 min | 9 months ago

"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Even the judgmental people, even the angry people, even the haters, even the people who don't get it. Even the People's minds are closed. And still. Being happy, but not just happy. Thank you we can clap for that I think that's a good idea. You, can't clap anytime. You want okay. Here's a frigging great idea. Because look at that for a moment, the way really looks to us is somehow there's this big goal reality out there. That is so so big and here we are as like this little person. Infinite being. If, you're an infinite being. Is there anybody bigger on the block than you are? No, but that may be a conversation or another time, but let me tell you what we tend to do is attend to pretend we're very finite. We tend to not acknowledge the things that we actually know. We tend to not acknowledge the things that we actually have as capacities, but so what we do is we act like all of this stuff with this reality with. With the haters in the invasions and the wars and the insane world leaders, and all this stuff we tend to act like that is somehow bigger and greater than us. And then what do we do then? We get less happy unless happy unless happy. My question is what if we went I see, you and I am going to be present and happy and vulnerable, anyway. And I'M GONNA. Do My damndest to become the hundredth monkey and I'm GonNa, live my life in such a way that rather than hating you back. I see you high. Now everything that doesn't allow that. We destroy on creative place. Right and wrong good and bad pod, and I enjoyed boys of me on. Sound Insane! Believe me okay so back to nineteen years ago. I was and I, literally had been unhappy for the better part of three years and I had this beautiful girlfriend who everybody said was perfect for me, and I was so perfect for. was starting my second practicing Santa Barbara like I talked about and everybody's like. Wow, you're a chiropractor. Beautiful girlfriend, you're on the rise. Your star is on the rise, and I was like I feel like my star is about to fall into a black hole right now, and literally for for the better part of three years I was unhappy. I went to this one weekend workshop and I was like finally I have found the answer. Yes, I am finally happy and guess what happened by Wednesday. All the shit was back again in the universe was sitting on my friggin head. And I was like I can't do it anymore. Universe here's the deal you have six months either my life frigging changes, or I'm out of here and I don't care. which it is is the right truly. Happy and truly start to enjoy being on this planet and being alive. I'm getting off this frigging planet and going someplace else. I thought Dana made his demand. Danes going to get to leave now Hallelujah because I didn't want to be here, which is so? So amazing to look at now nineteen years later by the way didn't kill myself. Just spoiler alert I didn't tell myself just so you know. Actually I am broadcasting from Zeta Five. Now didn't tell myself, but is so interesting to look at now and recognize the depth of being there in that sense of knowing possibilities were available and trying everything I saw that I thought I could. That might create it and have it not work. Now everything that brings up in your world because my sense is probably a lot of you in here, probably not all of you, but probably a lot of you've tried a lot of things you've tried life hacking. You've tried I. Don't know metaphysics virtuality Blah. Blah energetic this. You've tried technical issue technological this you've tried APPs. You've tried other APPS. You've tried apps in addition to those APPs. You know it's like we've tried so many things and everything you've done to somehow get frustrated or somehow. Get the idea that that it can't change everywhere. You bought the lie that it can't change. Because? That's a lie. Look at this moment would an infinite being able to change anything? Yes, so they did it. Can't changes ally meaning? We're functioning from Aaron inaccurate information. Twenty minutes to try to explain all that to you. Awesome everything that is destroyed in greater place. Right wrong, good and bad pod and pock, all nine shorts, boys, ambience I'll give you a very quick explanation, this clearing statement, which is the right and wrong, good and bad or the judgments we have now. The funny part is our bad judgments of things like Oh. This is so bad. That actually is a little easier to change than your good judgments, because ever gotten to a place where you feel wrong about something, or you feel wrong about your whole life, and then you get to the place. You feel like I feel good about my life now. You know? Do you realize most of the time? That's a judgment? And, then if it changes it all your so destroyed, because now your good judgment has been dismantled and you're like, but it can't be good anymore. It was good when I had. This is good. What this person! I was good about this thing. And I'm not good anymore. No, you're still you. But it's the judgment. It's the point of view that we take. That creates that so the right and wrong, good and bad and this thing by the way it's called the clearing statement, the right wrong, good and bad are about eliminating your judgments, and the rest of it is all kinds of things that allow all of that stuff to stick in place, but let me tell you about the POC and Pod that are in the center. Pox stands for going to the point of creation. or the point of destruction of all of your thoughts, feelings and emotions right before you made limited point of view real for you, so for example. The Wall looked solid right. But Science tells us it's ninety nine point nine nine nine nine nine percents space. Wait a minute. Even science knows it space. So the will look solid. But, what if the limitations in your life of the same way? They look really solid, but you could actually walk through them if you could access the right way of looking at it. Now. Notice how your brain kind of went. Oh! Okay, you know how your brain kind of spaces out sometimes don't worry about it. Let it go, okay. Why don't we say let it go because you? The being are still here in sometimes on your brain spaces out in your mind spaces out. That's when you show up so everything that brought up acknowledged. It's not wrong to space out also acknowledged that all of the things that you are aware of possible actually are. You destroy an uncreative. Destroy where you. Because what we do is with our fixed points of view like let's say fix point of view money as difficult or relationship is difficult or I'm a bad person or I'll never have this what we do is we erect walls around us that create that as our reality because your point of view creates a reality. Reality doesn't create your point of view. If you can change your point of view, your reality changes. Have you ever noticed? Is that kind of your here this week or month or however long you're here to change your points of view, right? What if there were an easy way to go? There's a point of view Pumpkin Pie. There's a point of view POC and pod point of view pot. What if there's an easy way of actually changing this stuff? Well everything that doesn't allow you to perceive it to know it to receive it, and to actually get to be that fluidity of change we destroy which is destroying the walls, and then what you create. All these walls that you built up? Take your creative energy out of holding the walls in place and use that creative energy to create your life, yes. Right wrong, good and bad POC and pod, all nine shorts, boys and beyond. Okay, we have a website. We created specifically for Mind Valley people that has the explanation of the clearing statement on it. I'll give you that at the end just so you can go there. Okay, some of your. To explain. Kind of freaking out here don't understand. Because, when we get new information, sometimes, especially in the new information has an energy to it sort of resonates with us. If we don't get enough awareness of it, well, we tend to do is kind of freak out for a bit because it sits over here and it's talking to us going like. Hey, hey, hey, like I. don't understand I. Don't understand the language. So we have a website explaining most of what I've talked about so far, how about that? Well? Not Really? We have a website explaining the clearing statement. How about that? So I wanted.

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"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

08:20 min | 9 months ago

"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Even the judgmental people, even the angry people, even the haters, even the people who don't get it. Even the People's minds are closed. And still. Being happy, but not just happy. Thank you we can clap for that I think that's a good idea. You, can't clap anytime. You want okay. Here's a frigging great idea. Because look at that for a moment, the way really looks to us is somehow there's this big goal reality out there. That is so so big and here we are as like this little person. Infinite being. If, you're an infinite being. Is there anybody bigger on the block than you are? No, but that may be a conversation or another time, but let me tell you what we tend to do is attend to pretend we're very finite. We tend to not acknowledge the things that we actually know. We tend to not acknowledge the things that we actually have as capacities, but so what we do is we act like all of this stuff with this reality with. With the haters in the invasions and the wars and the insane world leaders, and all this stuff we tend to act like that is somehow bigger and greater than us. And then what do we do then? We get less happy unless happy unless happy. My question is what if we went I see, you and I am going to be present and happy and vulnerable, anyway. And I'M GONNA. Do My damndest to become the hundredth monkey and I'm GonNa, live my life in such a way that rather than hating you back. I see you high. Now everything that doesn't allow that. We destroy on creative place. Right and wrong good and bad pod, and I enjoyed boys of me on. Sound Insane! Believe me okay so back to nineteen years ago. I was and I, literally had been unhappy for the better part of three years and I had this beautiful girlfriend who everybody said was perfect for me, and I was so perfect for. was starting my second practicing Santa Barbara like I talked about and everybody's like. Wow, you're a chiropractor. Beautiful girlfriend, you're on the rise. Your star is on the rise, and I was like I feel like my star is about to fall into a black hole right now, and literally for for the better part of three years I was unhappy. I went to this one weekend workshop and I was like finally I have found the answer. Yes, I am finally happy and guess what happened by Wednesday. All the shit was back again in the universe was sitting on my friggin head. And I was like I can't do it anymore. Universe here's the deal you have six months either my life frigging changes, or I'm out of here and I don't care. which it is is the right truly. Happy and truly start to enjoy being on this planet and being alive. I'm getting off this frigging planet and going someplace else. I thought Dana made his demand. Danes going to get to leave now Hallelujah because I didn't want to be here, which is so? So amazing to look at now nineteen years later by the way didn't kill myself. Just spoiler alert I didn't tell myself just so you know. Actually I am broadcasting from Zeta Five. Now didn't tell myself, but is so interesting to look at now and recognize the depth of being there in that sense of knowing possibilities were available and trying everything I saw that I thought I could. That might create it and have it not work. Now everything that brings up in your world because my sense is probably a lot of you in here, probably not all of you, but probably a lot of you've tried a lot of things you've tried life hacking. You've tried I. Don't know metaphysics virtuality Blah. Blah energetic this. You've tried technical issue technological this you've tried APPs. You've tried other APPS. You've tried apps in addition to those APPs. You know it's like we've tried so many things and everything you've done to somehow get frustrated or somehow. Get the idea that that it can't change everywhere. You bought the lie that it can't change. Because? That's a lie. Look at this moment would an infinite being able to change anything? Yes, so they did it. Can't changes ally meaning? We're functioning from Aaron inaccurate information. Twenty minutes to try to explain all that to you. Awesome everything that is destroyed in greater place. Right wrong, good and bad pod and pock, all nine shorts, boys, ambience I'll give you a very quick explanation, this clearing statement, which is the right and wrong, good and bad or the judgments we have now. The funny part is our bad judgments of things like Oh. This is so bad. That actually is a little easier to change than your good judgments, because ever gotten to a place where you feel wrong about something, or you feel wrong about your whole life, and then you get to the place. You feel like I feel good about my life now. You know? Do you realize most of the time? That's a judgment? And, then if it changes it all your so destroyed, because now your good judgment has been dismantled and you're like, but it can't be good anymore. It was good when I had. This is good. What this person! I was good about this thing. And I'm not good anymore. No, you're still you. But it's the judgment. It's the point of view that we take. That creates that so the right and wrong, good and bad and this thing by the way it's called the clearing statement, the right wrong, good and bad are about eliminating your judgments, and the rest of it is all kinds of things that allow all of that stuff to stick in place, but let me tell you about the POC and Pod that are in the center. Pox stands for going to the point of creation. or the point of destruction of all of your thoughts, feelings and emotions right before you made limited point of view real for you, so for example. The Wall looked solid right. But Science tells us it's ninety nine point nine nine nine nine nine percents space. Wait a minute. Even science knows it space. So the will look solid. But, what if the limitations in your life of the same way? They look really solid, but you could actually walk through them if you could access the right way of looking at it. Now. Notice how your brain kind of went. Oh! Okay, you know how your brain kind of spaces out sometimes don't worry about it. Let it go, okay. Why don't we say let it go because you? The being are still here in sometimes on your brain spaces out in your mind spaces out. That's when you show up so everything that brought up acknowledged. It's not wrong to space out also acknowledged that all of the things that you are aware of possible actually are. You destroy an uncreative. Destroy where you. Because what we do is with our fixed points of view like let's say fix point of view money as difficult or relationship is difficult or I'm a bad person or I'll never have this what we do is we erect walls around us that create that as our reality because your point of view creates a reality. Reality doesn't create your point of view. If you can change your point of view, your reality changes. Have you ever noticed? Is that kind of your here this week or month or however long you're here to change your points of view, right? What if there were an easy way to go? There's a point of view Pumpkin Pie. There's a point of view POC and pod point of view pot. What if there's an easy way of actually changing this stuff? Well everything that doesn't allow you to perceive it to know it to receive it, and to actually get to be that fluidity of change we destroy which is destroying the walls, and then what you create. All these walls that you built up? Take your creative energy out of holding the walls in place and use that creative energy to create your life, yes. Right wrong, good and bad POC and pod, all nine shorts, boys and beyond. Okay, we have a website. We created specifically for Mind Valley people that has the explanation of the clearing statement on it. I'll give you that at the end just so you can go there. Okay, some of your. To explain. Kind of freaking out here don't understand. Because, when we get new information, sometimes, especially in the new information has an energy to it sort of resonates with us. If we don't get enough awareness of it, well, we tend to do is kind of freak out for a bit because it sits over here and it's talking to us going like. Hey, hey, hey, like I. don't understand I. Don't understand the language. So we have a website explaining most of what I've talked about so far, how about that? Well? Not Really? We have a website explaining the clearing statement. How about that? So I wanted.

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"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

11:05 min | 11 months ago

"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"In any way we can. And it's Kinda cool because when you're thinking like that you stop worrying about the circumstances your in because you have a greater purpose to serve very very very true vision and I know what you're saying is true because in another two hours I have another interview with Mind Rally Team Who WanNa regard some exercise. Have that good help. Both the mind valid team and the broader Mind Valley community by my team reached out to you to ask you to record content for our community. That's awesome. That's great. So let's recap what you've said so the first thing is your awareness is like a flashlight focused and shine the light on. What makes you feel radiantly alive? Don't shine it on what you think of problems in your library often. What you think are problems in your life of merely circumstances that help you grow. What is the second key idea that you want us to keep in mind? Mental chatter is fake news. Mental chatter is fake news. We create scenarios in our heads of all the terrible things that can happen and having created within living via creating the matrix that we live. Don't do that. That's true of the overwhelming majority in a minority. It turns out that your worst scenario does come through. You may lose your job. People close to you may fall ill but then you have to go a level deeper because then you're talking about all my God. This is so terrible life is ended. I'm never going to recover from and the short answer is no. It's true and even if some of the external circumstances change your ability to maintain in really alive life is not impair. Her and I gave the example of the Phil. Grim simply to show that this is human potential pilgrims. All of us are can't be if he let go of our notion that the woman has to be particularly for us to feel good. That's the big myth. You have no control over it. So stop resisting. What the would presents to you. Yes you will try your level best to change it but you have zero control. You think you have control but you don't something unexpected has happened. Many times in your life ended will happen again when that happens just recognized and accepted. Don't just accept it. Embrace it that will take you to an emotional domain of joy at being radiantly alive and from bad domain. You then go out and make the changes that you would like to have happen again. You may succeed. You may not succeed but the interesting thing is your learning and growth will happen not because you succeed but from the sincere effort that you put in this is one thing I really would like to share with the Mind Valley Community Vision. The mistake we make and setting a goal for ourselves and trying to level best to achieve the goal. We think that we do it. In order to achieve the goal and that's the benefit wrong the benefit of setting a goal and trying our level best to achieve that goal is the learning and growth. That happened in us and to us as we try our level best to achieve the goal if he actually achieved the goal. Baxter bonus. Fantastic if you don't achieve the goal the learning and growth have happened already so we're ahead of the game it's no lose scenario. That's why I say enlisted in. The process. Do Not Invest in the outcome. The outcome is beyond the Oh control always has been always wimpy deep. Meaning there would you really saying is set goals but don't get attached to your goals correct right D- radiantly alive as assume yes for a few more energy to the actions have to undertake in order to be your goal. It reminds me of this quote from a book. Quantum SUCCESS THE AUTHOR SAYS CALLS IT. The paradox of intention set goals. She says but don't get attached to your goals. You must be happy before you attain them. Yes in fact. You're far more likely to attain the goals if you approach those goals from a place of radiantly fulfilled at alive so as to narrow like that right where look I bet. A lot of people before they went through this have goals right. It will career looking at. They had goals of trips for travel. All of a sudden all of these goals of being crushed. And now you on a situation where you're forced to stay at home in your freedom has crossed the restricted and fear of disease and looming recession indecision. Nario what should we be pointing a minds? Too Am not talking about the flashlight metaphor which is present reality. Which is gratitude gratefulness appreciation? I mean what type of goal should we be setting what I would recommend in a time like this is think? What is it that I can contribute to make persons in my circle? Feel better about their circumstances situation at about life in I'm going to focus in concentric circles full circle would-be Peterson's immediately around me by family for since I'm close to my colleagues at work and so on and then brought to humanity. What is it that I can contribute? Which will leave them. Better off and not just physically better off. Psychologically which I think in many ways is more important. How can they feel more upbeat? I just conducted a Webinar for alumni of my community and I received a whole bunch of your mail softer about telling them how much it had helped them and how much they appreciated that support at a time like this. Many of my coaching clients are in grave difficulties. Some have already lost. Their businesses of is it might happen and many of them have cancelled the coaching contracts. And that's fine but I'm going to continue to coach them anyway because I'm not going to let go of them at a time like this. What is it you can do to help persons at US concentric circles? That's easy for you and me because we haven't audience right. We can always serve this audience. What about the common person? What about the waiter who's just been laid off because the restaurant is close down? What about the people working for airlines which grounding planes? What can they do even for them? The size of the audience is not what matters vision. Because then you'll thinking about the size of the audience and what impact. I'm going to have talking about the outcome even if it's just one person even if it's your wife or husband your partner your children you have to be an anchor at a time like this. You have to be the filler stick and lean. I see what you mean. Even if it's one person young person that you can help you know that reminds me of something very strange that I've noticed lately I always shop at the same grossly stock in shopping essence. Twenty twelve if this huge huge huge supermarket upscale supermarket in my apartment and lately while we ended quarantine. We only allowed to go out to buy groceries right but I notice. Everyone is so kind everyone is so gentle is so nice people who normally security guards the checkout counter who normally are so busy and stressed out and everyone is just a friendly. It's just really interesting to see. There's this niceness addiction that seemed to be everywhere right now and maybe people are feeling it. Exactly correct tradition. Here is something else. I want to share with members of the Mind Valley community. We are always emitting vibrations on a settle level which are picked up by people. I'm sure every single person listening to this. Podcast has come across someone who so anxious so nervous so on edge that being in that person's presence sets you off eighty eight win. You radiate gum when you are a pillar solidly grounded. That also is picked up and you come nervous people just a bit and that itself is your contribution and especially when you are a head of household or a go head of household there are children that are elderly parents people like that. Venue are a pillar of calm back communicates itself and just by being anchored in that stillness. You're helping the people in your life so don't get hung up on bureau. Srikumar has an audience wishing has an audience. They reach thousands. Tens of thousands. Don't get hung up one bad because that is an outcome that is focusing on an outcome rather ban on the process. Just be who you are. Ramakrishna said it beautifully vision. He said the purpose of the flower is to bloom. And when the flower blooms the B- will find it your job start thinking about. I've got hunt down base because I have nectar. Your job is to bloom and when you bloom the beast will find you. Love it when you bloom. The bees will find you. I love that. That's awesome awesome. So streak ma though for some amazing conversations in words as we come to the end of this conversation. What would be some closing messages from you to the audience? Mental chatter is fake news. Don't create your world with the mental chatter. Don't live in it. Shine the flashlight of your awareness on what it is that you could do to help others. Don't try on what you have defined as problems in West in the process do not invested the outcome. You will be twice blessed over. And in times of turbulence like this remember the pilgrims he shows you what human potential is all about. Yes you may be defensively but the knowledge that this is possible will be a rich health and sucker to you. Thank you so much free Kamar. That was an amazing conversation. If you guys enjoy this and found this to be helping soothing in any way during this time please leave us to review and in the review mentioned Srikumar. Rao I know streak would would be grateful to see your kind words about the nation. I don't get to tell people about this podcast. It's the mind body podcast and I also want you to know that. We've launched a second service to help. All of you were stuck at home. There's a new podcast. Mind Body close superhumans at work.

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"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"And not just the two things that our education system DESCR tells you is a career and money. Life is so much more life is about love. It's about discovery it's about spirituality about consciousness. It's about health and wellness. It's about having healthy self esteem. It's about confidence it's about doing good in the world study personal growth because that's the only form of learning and education. That's going to matter in the the future grow. First everything else will grow with you and the third thing is as you embrace the world as you study personnel rope. Don't get obsessed with finding your career. Don't ask yourself do I WANNA be a doctor or an engineer or want to be an entrepreneur all of those all bullshit labels from my generation. Instead ask yourself this what do I want to do to better the world for other human beings and you may decide that you want to clean the air or you may decide that you want to reform that eucation and then figure out how to do that and create your own career identity or create your own company or create your own the product but make sure that when you die as I will and all of us will that you've contributed in some way to making Humana on the deep and not just making yourself richer or more successful whatever that bullshit term needs. I hope this message means something thing and to be the three ideas that I would wanna see you guys take on. I'm proud of you guys becoming and I. I can't wait to see where you're going to go there. ambitionless Yanni and this is the Mind Valley podcasts.

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"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Bishop Kiani. And this is the mind valley podcasts. Spent an hour witnesseed this morning, and this man, blew my mind the conversation when in every direction from human consciousness to time travel to basically can we travel at the speed of light to wormholes to Nikola tesla. And it's going to be a very interesting conversation because you kind of brilliant. Oh, thank you. I think the same of you. That's the same of everybody. Actually, I think it's an amazing thing to be alive, and you know, the miracle that happens in person every second of the day's just brilliant. So the first question I'd like to open witnessing, and I guess it's more really over subject matter. Like you to talk about you focus a lot on connection on how when you start the universe. You find that everyone every atten every soul every human being every plant. Where all connected, let's start by talking about connection. Right. Well, you know, it came from more philosophical and intuitive sense when I was younger that I had in school these thoughts because I didn't pay attention much to what was going on up front. I commonly was thinking about all kinds of other things. And I start to feel like the space between things may not be empty. You know, we own the experience a very small part of what's going on in the space. All kinds of electromagnetic fields. There's all kinds of stuff that's happening in the space that we don't experience directly. And I started to think maybe the space between things it's not empty, but it's full and it connects old things, but eventually as I studied physics, and I understood some of the basis of quantum field theory. I realized that actually we had found that the space is not empty at all but full of energy. And eventually I rolled equations. I rode physics on this space. I described the space, and when I wrote these physics, I'll put it very fundamental constants in physics like the mass of particles and the radius and the structure of galaxies and the structure of the universe and all these things, and as I wrote these Mattie Matic's something remarkable app. Something I instinctively had come up with when I was young. That just came out in Maddie Matic's, just beautifully. And that is that all the information of every other particles in the universe. Every atom in the universe. Seems to be present holographic in each at dome which connects them all through this wormhole network in the structure of.

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"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"I'm visionless Kiani. And this is the mind valley podcasts. Garrett walk into the Mon valley podcast. It's good to be with your good to see you. So other than the fact that you wrote some really remarkable books. We've known each other for about ten years right killing sacred cows. That's a great book subtitle, overcoming the financial mitts that are destroying prosperity. But other than your books and also your wonderful sense of humor. I recently saw you to stand up comedy act that was wicked funny one of the coolest backs about you Garrett is that you are John butchers financial advisor, right? I met him in two thousand eight what a year to meet someone when you think about like in two thousand eight the market's down, but John's very wealthy very successful. And we sit down he and Missy Anaya the four seasons of Chicago. And he's complaining about the stress these basic in his financial life. So I get a little bit. And what I find is like one seventy of his net worth is tied up in a retirement plan. That's underperforming starting to go down. And the problem is when it's going down. It's driving scarcity in his mind, and he's a brilliant, man. So I'm like, why do you invest in this? And he said because that's what everyone told me to do. I said, well, let's just dig in a little bit number one. I found out he's brilliant, art. And I'm like, why aren't you investing in art more? Right. He actually sold a Warhol early because of this cash flow thing with the investment. So the second thing is he was really good with wine and number three is really good with property in. So what I helped him uncover was his investor DNA. And I said look you don't need to invest in a retirement plan. You can invest in these other things. And then if the wine thing doesn't work out in the economy's bad, at least, you have something to drink to take your mind off of it. Right. Like the bottom line was I gave him permission to invest in his own unique style versus what the rest of the world was telling him. He doesn't need to put his money in the stock market at all and by freeing up is mining to be more abundant, and that is wonderful advice. Investing in your own unique, satellite example of John because John's and artists, right? That's who he is in his heart. And so I loved that you got him to take money out of that retirement fund it into and I've seen the results he's gone in from. Nesting in up. Now, let's go into that idea for a moment. How do we figure out our investment style? Okay. So it's important understand risk is not in the investment risk is in the investor. So it's how we relate to those investments so are invested in. It comes down to number one. What our values? What is it that we really value in this world because we're gonna pay more attention to it? And it's going to matter to us. We can actually vote with our dollars on things that we value number two. What our competencies what are the things we have natural inclinations towards the things that we have gift sensibilities, and then number three when we really look at one of our drivers. What are we gonna pay attention to talk about get inspired by regardless of whether it's an investment or not when we take those three things. And then we add focus focus in dot instead of diversification diversification. For far too. Many people is the worst vacation. We get spread thin. We get disconnected from our investments, we don't relate to it. We don't know what's going on. So we focused is done diversify which Andrew. Study all of his exit one basket in watched it like a hawk focused rather than diverse by doesn't that set you up for risk. I mean think about if you've put all your money into property, or if you put all your money into stocks, and it's Tober twenty eighteen our love it. Because here's the bottom line. Most people neglect building their foundation and their safety measures. I may jump too quickly to the investment like giddy about this kind of stuff because here's the deal before we invest a single dollar. What if we just became more efficient with our money? There's four main places where people can great massive efficiency and get guaranteed returns number one ninety three percent of entrepreneurs overpay on their taxes..

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"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Visionless kiani. And this is the mind valley podcasts. I want to suggest to you that almost all the suffering that humans endure today is because of one thing and that is there's a difference between the pace of change in our society and our Evelyn so for ninety nine point nine nine nine percent of our history. Reliving one way which involved a lot of trees and fresh air and hunting and gathering and being in nature. And then we invented glass, intellectual city and power and internet, and you know, a whole lot of other things and we haven't necessarily kept pace with that. Does this make sense? We can evolve spiritually as fast as we want. But we can't change our physiology. And that is a problem because there was a moment. Nobody really knows when the moment was, but it was safe fifteen thousand years ago and some people were dooming around doing their normal hunting and gathering thing. And then they noticed something and one of them turned to the other one. And he said something like this. Okay. It was probably she it was. A'detail thing to notice and she said to her friend. Hey, the last time last year when we were here. That's where we through all the stuff when we were done with it. You know, all the Ryan's and stuff, and look there's plants growing there. Do you think we could grow plants with intention, and in that moment, we changed everything in that moment we changed for production forever? Here's an example. If you suddenly realize that you can grow the food that you want to eat, do you grow the bitter green stuff, or do you grow the really tasty stuff? You start growing the tasty stuff. And at that point in time. Everything starts to go wrong at the point in time. When you start to choose what you're going to grow. When you start to influence the environment. You start to take the wrong left turn and that continues right out to the point where you end up in a situation where you have food manufacturing companies today are all about profit. And if they wanna make profit, then what do they need to get you to anybody? In here, you want to get more sales in your business. How do you get more sales? So more stuff who can sell more stuff to new people. And then you can sell more stuff to your existing clients in order to get your existing clients to buy more stuff. You have to get them to want more stuff. Well, if you're a food manufacturer that means you need to make food that people want more than they need do need to build food that when they eat it, they feel unfair. She aided you need manufacturer food that doesn't satisfy their nutritional requirements. So that they will keep eating you need to make food that has substances in it that are addictive in nature. So that the people don't have a choice about how much they eat when they eat it does this sound familiar to anybody. I was twenty one years old. And I was sick. I mean, I'm not talking facing death sick. I'm talking that. I couldn't breathe from on sinuses. I had got pains that were so bad that I couldn't think horrible cystic acne that was painful to smile, and it was my life. I always had that tissue. I was that kid that always had that tissue in their pocket. You know, the one, you know, is that kid, and I went to doctors the doctors want to help me. Yeah. They did. They did they wanted to. They didn't go spend six eight years in medical school because they didn't want to help people. But were they empowered medical school to help me? No, no, they weren't. But I didn't know that hell my dad was a famous orthopedic surgeon. My uncle was well recognized orthopedic surgeon, we had doctors all over the family. And so I trust doctors and visited them for Europe on Europe on year, and you don't they gave me pills, inhalants injections, and then finally surgery. Yeah. You know, what it seems like God or Evelyn? Whatever your belief accidentally put tonsils in my throat. Total accident gotta take those babies out. That's what they said. To me..

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"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"mind valley" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"I'm vision Kiani, and this is the mind valley podcast. I want to start with a quote by one of the guys whose quotes a really really enjoy. And this was saying that he's had this one quote for ten years on his Facebook. I've had this quote company me for twenty years or maybe more than that even before Facebook times because I truly believe that this is a very deep quote life is too important to be taken seriously. So in our family owned the clone. I'm the person who takes fun very seriously who takes fun professionally, and I really think that we as a humanity have to lighten up and fortunately, especially now when knee should know was fair in personal growth. We already talking about. Love about connected us, but truly believe that joy and happiness A such high emotions that we sometimes underestimating the importance of truly having fun and enjoying every single moment. So I'm going to talk about happiness do guys know what is happiness. Scientists don't research happiness and looked into science of happiness looked into the research. And I discovered that there is not much research in happiness, and there's one simple reason, it's really hard to define what is happiness is really hard to quantify it. It's a very subjective thing, it's our perception. So because of that scientists don't really seriously study happiness, and we have to rely on our selves on our environment to learn how to be happy, and I believe that actually like everything good in this life happiness is the natural state of being happen. This is the state in which we are born or not maybe so much happiness as joy as children. We actually know how to be happy. So the girl on this picture is eve when I look at who's four years old, you know, she wake up in the morning, and she's usually happy and joyful, and then sometimes son Hayden boxer a little bit or makes fun of her teases her then she starts crying. But she forgets it very quickly. She moves on. She forgets. Eight and she's happy again. Sometimes she runs around and falls off the staircase and bruises Sony, and then she cries because it's painful, but then when the pain goes away, she's happy again. So this is the natural state that we are born with and so how we unlearn from being happy by default. And I really like one fold vision, which is realism is the socially acceptable form of pessimism. So we learn to be released because this is socially acceptable. And why talked about children is that in the basis of what I'm teaching when I talk about happiness is the theory by me hide chicks. And we hi who's much more known for the theory of flow. But he also has come up with the fury of hedonistic reputation. And when it was talking about children and eve and her ability to become joyful and happy, and that's exactly the illustration of what the theory means. We all have our set point our default level of happiness or joy. And then would. Ever happens in our lives. We sometimes go a little bit of that set point of the falls. And then we get back to that default state and the theories actually relevant to lot of things in our lives, like a weight to our financial abundance, and it is also true about happiness, which is why you have people who have actually a lot of misfortune in their life, yet, the happy people who seemingly have everything and yet they're always grumpy so my teaching about happiness or how to become more happy is based in that theory, and our point is actually to raise the default. The FEC point of happiness and here want to explain one interesting concept. What do we do when we are sometimes down? We have our variety of methods to deal with being done with being unhappy. It was being stressed. And sometimes these are nice method like in my case having a piece of chocolate chocolate is onset over thing. Sometimes it's going and talk of friend, a mess. Editing, and sometimes they are a little bit more destructive like having a glass of wine gossiping or maybe going to drugs, medications smoking overeating. There are a lot of different little measures that we undertake to feel a little bit better..

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"mind valley" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

The IVY Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"mind valley" Discussed on The IVY Podcast

"Yeah. This is great. I think so you mentioned a lot of things there. I think what's really profound as how being forced to be separated caused you to get upset about unity to think bigger. And I think there's so much going on in the world. And you've already made such a big change. There's millions of people watching mind valley's, incredibly impactful content. You bring people together from all different countries. The way I got to experience. But to build all of that, there's all the needs that the world has everything that's going on. But also it's as much to do with you yourself internally. Right. How you keep this supplant? How you keep happy and positive despite like all of the extremely challenging aspects of building something really hard and the world doesn't necessarily make it easy. So that's why I want to transition now this incredible vision that you've laid out to go to the micro level. So going inside the mind so for everybody here, we have rising leaders, establish leaders all kinds of different fields. I wanna really go into your mind and really understand how you conduct your kind of mental life to help you build to help your chief this mission. So I know that you also you didn't mention but vision was also a yoga teacher and are you'll get. Meditation. My bad. He's in such good shape. I got confused. And he's like stretching everything meditation. Right. That was one of the earliest things actually were doing. So just went under sound like what are if you had to narrow it down to the most important things of keeping like really strong, mental health, mental.

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"mind valley" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"mind valley" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"You definitely see that happen and I have never put myself in in those shoes to be like, what would that be like? And I can see where that could definitely send you some some messages about yourself. And that's a lot to take in. And I guess we try to be so my sister and I try to be individuals, so then the differences are more obvious so than they don't point out the small little differences because those are the ones that humor like, oh, yeah, will your nose is bigger and you're like, dang it. No one. I do believe that having twin has made me the best version of myself because I'm constantly working at being a better version of who I am and she is too, and we keep each other in check lot. But. A lot of ways. If you have a bad day, we use don't feel tractive. You're it's not as good on your sisters rock in it. And then someone's like, those are twins. We'll let me see the difference. I'm like, not right now. I have my engaged right now. Wait till eight game, then you could. Yeah, it's just weird. It's a weird kind of reality to have. Yeah. And then also be in this world of social media to where it's like the comparison game is so real and especially ver- me at least, I think, is also in bachelor family. The comparison game is very their people rate. You buy points of people who follow you or like you, it's like you have a whole. Yeah. Yeah. And I'm curious for you how you have learned are learning to cope with this like the comparison game, not only with being a twin, but from social media and from being on the show. Like I think that's something even people who don't have any of those experiences can relate to. I mean, I've had to deal comparison my entire life with my sister, but this is on whole different level. So I think a lot of the times I feel like when I first got off the show so obsessed with looking at my phone and how. Likes followers and all that stuff. It's hard not to be absorbed in that because it's so new and weird. Like why do people? Why do people like this one over this one and why curiosity they're trying to figure it out. And yeah, so I think I try to just be like, oh, whatever I am, who I am and I have enough people liking me and enough people disliking me, you know, like in a lifetime to have to worry too much about it. And I think a lot more positive feedback than negative feedback. Fortunately, you know, given how experience has been on the bachelor so far. So I see other people who are struggling and other people who are struggling that are on the paradise right now are on the shows right now. I just tell them like the people who are reaching out to you and saying evil things. They see that you are like they, you have a louder voice because you can connect you to so many different people, and they see you almost as a microphone to get their voice out there. So when someone says evil stuff and you posted on your page, you're giving them a microphone. You know, you're giving them attention like this one. People crave like relevance in the crave like people knowing them because that's how you tension how he show that we write the reason why art exists in the reason why buildings even exist architecture and fashion is because people want to say, wow, this is me leaving my Mark on the world, and you see my mind, you know. So art is informs like words to even if it's cruel world. People see that as our individual self coming out and their expression coming out. So I don't know. I always try to feed into the positive expression as opposed to negative expression. And although negative expression could be beautiful in a way because it is such a Roth form of just like who this person is. It doesn't make other people feel good. Yeah. So there was a video that I watched shortly before the show started airing and I need to go back and rewatch it several more times, but it was this organization mind Valley. I want to say it was mind valley, and the video was about being unfunny. With a bowl. And one of the I took notes on this whole thing like this video was so intense had so many good takeaway points..

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"mind valley" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mind valley" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Uh-huh. Spend greenfield. Today's kind of a weird podcast Assad because it is actually a full one on one interview that I conducted with my friend vision Lakhani when I was in a Stony. Ah, this recorded at mind valley university. But if you want to see the video version of this or check out a little bit more about the interview, just go to mind valley dot com, which is the website for my valley, believe it or not, and do a search for Ben green film and should be able to find any articles of Renault or they're also the video version of the inter that you're about to hear where he put me in the hot seat along with audience QNA for a full hour. I think you're gonna dig this one today. Show is brought to you by amac. Oh, I don't know why that like phone, what he calm call girl callgirl. It's my sexy. History voice Olmecs is sexy sultry in of itself. It is the purest omega three fatty acid fischel. You can get your hands on. I'm gonna tell you in a second. He get it for free, but here's what's cool, you know, get any fish bursts with this stuff because it's that pure and even have this cool thing do call the freezer test challenge, which basically means if you freeze any other omega three supplement, it gets cloudy and that's all filler. But the Olmecs three gel stays totally clear. It's that pure and they clinically tested this stuff. It's pretty impressive. Actually. How do you get a box.

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