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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Big. Thank you to our sponsors again today and i am so excited about this episode. Let's dive in with with the one and only dr nicole parra. Welcome back at one of the school greatness podcast. We have dr dr nicole lopera in the house good to see you so glad you're here found out about you months ago on instagram and just have been loving your work and the impact you make on people's lives so thank you for being here and you'll be moving out here soon hopefully right that's right. That's the goal publicly announced yet. It is publicly publicly announced philadelphia. I mean i don't know how you can come here and not once. That's pretty amazing. I travel the world all the time and there's amazing places but i always wanted to come back so that your home i love it yeah the first year. I actually hated it because i came from new york. City lived in ohio then lived in new new york city before i moved here and i love the energy in new york but you've been on the east coast for a long time so you're probably ready for a break and change of pace right and so but it's different energy. It's a shift of energy. I remember when i would travel out here. Getting used to the slower. Pace of things was a test of patient my go sal. I'm like come on. Where's my coffee. Let go. That's why i moved here is opposed by the beach. It's even like ten times slower by the beach where you're staying right now but in west hollywood had had a more of a a new york walking by and that's why loved here a little more energy now you've been doing your work for for how long now probably by the time i very long program schooling schooling about seven years probably after school but my program was about seven eight years this is after my undergrad from the start of grad school till till i was designated a psychologist and then ultimately able to get a license and then open up a practice. It's like seven eight years to get a license. Get yeah so it's for most therapist to five years of the clinical psychology. Now things have changed my i started school. The routes to having a practice and essentially really getting the license to have a practice was through a p._h._d. Clinical p._h._d. Or what's called us. I don't know if you've ever heard that apiece. Y capital d. anyway..

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"So we've just been going all in on creating the best podcast every we had some of the massive big names this year, we. So many great people we had Kobe Bryant, which was a huge huge win for us. And we're always looking to bring in the most talented individuals in the world and share their stories that they don't typically open up about. And that's been a big success and win for us, branding and vision every year, an all the time, I'm meeting with experts and people that know a lot more than me. And that'd just talented at what they do. And I met with my good friend, Rory Vadim who some of you probably heard on the podcast we had a while back. That was just amazing and we'll link that up in the show notes to check out that full interview where I went down to Roy's spot in. Few months back maybe six months ago, five six months ago and just did a full Dana half brain dump of the branding of the vision getting clear on my yeses and nos as a as my business and brand and opportunities continue to grow. We're getting hundreds of opportunities every week. Right. People. Are message me constantly asking me to partner on things. Asking me to hire me for things that people want me to speak launch new projects together all these things. And I didn't know I was just so excited. All the time. I was like, yes. Yes. Yes. And too many S's took me away from my corporations so getting clearer on the vision, and creating a list of yeses knows what I will say. Yes to and what I say no to and these are non-negotiables, I will say, yes. The things that support my vision that elevate made that helped my health that serve more people. But no the things that are distractions. Maybe they're big revenue Jenner, but they don't make sense for my brand. And I have turned down. Millions of dollars guys this year alone, millions of dollars that could have made doing these other projects doing these other partnerships, and it sucks to think. Oh, I'm not making these other millions that I could be making. But I'm also thinking long term over short term. This is life is as a marathon of many sprints. But you don't want to burn out. And I am willing to not take a lot of money up front to make sure I'm being an integrity from my vision and my mission and for bigger upside later down the line. So that was a really powerful. And if you guys one of those of that episode, I did with Rory kind of recapping this you can just go to the show notes that Lewis house dot com slash seven three nine check that out. And from that everything has changed because we had this. You know, a bigger team in. Turnley right. And I was always trying to hire people and build the team kind of build this culture and grow grow grow. As more projects and opportunities came we needed more people and from this kind of couple of days of training with Rory. I realized that I wanted to have a lean core team a powerful lean core team and hire out experts in agencies for support with growth. So instead of having everything in house we have a few core team members that are just Rockstars. And they support with different agencies and experts that we hire. Now, we pay a premium for that expertise as opposed to hiring in house training developing all those things, but that's the price that I'm willing to invest in to create the longer term and faster growth. So we've got a full time podcast agency that supports us with the school greatness podcast. We've got a full. Media buying agency and ad buying agency that supports us with all of our ads..

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"And join the inner circle today. I guys I'm excited about this one don't let twenty nineteen or any year be the year that you regret not going for something. Don't let yourself reflect that the end of next year and say, what is it that? I wish I would have done. I wish I would have gone after I wish it would at least give it a. Full effort don't regret moving forward. Without further ado, let me introduce you to the one to the only Ronnie where. Welcome. Wanted to school greatness podcast, we've gotten brawny anywhere in the house. Good to see you. Thank you for being here. All the way from Australia place, you you're the author of a number of books. One your biggest hits called the top five regrets of the dying which most people have seen or heard about this. And you've got a new book out called bloom, the tale of courage surrender and breaking through upper limits, which I think is really insightful as well. So thank you for being here. I wanna share a little bit about your story. And learn more about this because this book came from working with people who are about to die like they had a few years laughed or they're few lakes you weeks. So it was like the worst of conditions to die gone home, the die, and how many people we working with a lot of it for about eight years looking after tying people's how a couple of hundred. These people who could afford home care and they were in hospital, and they knew that dying and they chosen to go home and at K at high that would go in to their home. Yes. For twelve hour shifts from eight in the morning till I did not five or six days a week. And and I'd stay with them for some it was three weeks. Some what was up to three months, but no one no longer than that. And where people still able to communicate well and expressive, and or some of them kind of fading. And when I first met most of them, they could still communicate. Well, but they certainly faded over time. And because of that they they energy levels became so low that they didn't waste time on small talk like here. This is I feel because they knew that life is. And some of them had a lot to say some of them just weren't take contemplation for quite a while with the shock and the the grave of dine. But some of them just had there were some who have written about in their actually made me promise that I would share their message on would because they had such powerful regrets. And they didn't want other people to make the same mistakes. So I was very blessed to be able to hear these messages, I run over and over again and realize okay. This is what it looks and feels like to be dying with regret. There's no content that road myself that you were working with didn't have regrets. Yes. Yeah. They were they were..

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Welcome back and one of the school greatness podcast. We have Stefan. Lob Ozier in the house. Appreciate it, man. I'm glad you're here, you you. Learn about me if you years ago us on my website, and I learned about you. I think in the last year from your credible message that you have online which is all about relationships, and you speak to men and women young and old, but I feel like the essences around women as well. A lot of messages helping women on your stand. How to find the right life partner how to find how to get married out of what's right for you. And you talk a lot about hewing. And why is he doing in your mind so important in terms of building strong relationships? It's important because it's it's the number one thing holding people back from having healthier relationships. It's the issue that so many people are facing sweeping the rug. We've all been through stuff we've all been damaged. We've all been disappointed in hurt. But we have not properly processed those things. And then we take those negative experiences and we project them onto people. We project them onto a future. Project them onto our self esteem and self worth and we do everything out of whack and now we can't even embrace or set ourselves up for that great relationship because we're still holding onto the bad one that we experienced before. So it completely gets in the way of people seeing progress in their life. So it's it's like, okay, we can give you all these tools and tips on how to date and how to navigate through this relationship online, dating stuff and exactly and it's all useful. But if you don't heal you're going to end up in the best. But there's no way around that. It's inevitable and people who they can ignore Laco healing and still have a great relationship being. Yeah. It sounds like if be don't heal you're gonna keep hurting yourself and hurting the person you're in a relationship with. Yes. And or hurting people that you could have been a relationship with because so many people have runaway or pushed away that real love because it was scary. It made them feel too vulnerable. And again, that's stems from you've been hurt. And so you don't wanna go. Backside hurt again. So when somebody you feel deeply for pulls out all this love, and this vulnerability out of you is like, whoa, whoa. Whoa. This is too much. That's interesting. You know, many years ago? I was dating someone and it was like we were very connected. Very quickly. I felt like, wow, there's something different about this person. And after months, she started sabotage and things like having like the most incredible nights. Like, everything was going great. And then all of a sudden, she'd just get mad at me over nothing, right, which seemed like nothing I was like what what did I say are gonna say like I thought we were having fun here. And then the whole night and the next twenty four hours it'd be ruined because she'll be upset about something. But one tell me, and I was like what is going on? She was not the right fit for me in the long run. And we broke up eventually. But at one point she said to me, she goes, I didn't think I'd find you like I didn't think I'd find you now at this age in my life that I'd find. You like in my thirties. She was like in her twenty s like have my fought in my twenties. And then the version of you the idea of you would come at like thirty or something when she was ready, and she was holding onto so much baggage and like hurt from previous relationships, but she wasn't killing from it at the time. She was just kind of like sabotaging pushing away like the vulnerability that we were creating. We're having so much connection invulnerability. But she was just like scared. You know, exactly because she she lost emotional control, which and that's a scary place to be in. And so the only thing she can do at that point is look for something to be wrong to validate walking away because if she can't mind something wrong. How can she say? I can't do this. I don't wanna be here anymore. So now starts to nitpick create issues, but it all stems from..

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"And I'm so excited about this once without further ado, let me introduce to you the one and only Maria here. Remember one of the school greatness podcast, we have Marisa peer in the house, good to see you key on here. Now you have been named Britain's best therapist by many magazines. Worked with a lot of superstars. Rockstars, celebrities, actors, athletes, Olympians, top of the top, helping them overcome a lot of their challenges and be better performers. Is that right? Yeah, that's absolutely right. And how long have you been in this field of therapy? Early either thirty is thirty years. She must be like, you started when you were about MBA. That's why did you get into this field in the first place is very interesting. I used to teach aerobics Jane foam to hear south Robertson. Yeah, many moons ago walks away. Yeah, to we're looking at it this morning, so I trained to be a chance I call gist and I didn't love that because when you're at shops like you have three patients, mom dad child, and especially the data divorced is very hard to get to the child because they, they use that child after no one says no sugar once it will sugar. I've found it very frustrating. And of course, the kids that really need help you not seen using the rich privilege kids who onto before me because I want to punish on both parents. So that wasn't working for me. And I think I was too young anyway to do that was any trendy too. So I left and I came to l. a. and I ended up teaching aerobics for Jay, which I have to say with ROY Moore. On top sites. Gist in the north of England, but had a psychology background of always been fascinated by human behavior. And I noticed in his studio to be the first to admit it. Every said, woman was believed anorexic, including Jane who is believing for a long time. So they were believe anorexic exercise, composedly body to smoke this factor on my wrist all skin. Yeah. But to them, it was fun. And I'm thinking this is just insane, and I lived in West Hollywood and I had two rooms. One was believed was anorexic would defrost cheesecake and cry. Hysteric the whole thing. The other be frozen grape every thirty minutes and it's like, oh, this is like mind, but also fascinating. So I found this genius hypnotherapist could go boy now in Glendale, and I trained with him and she, this is amazing. I've go all these people in my class and all these issues. Now I've got this hypnotherapy training and all I have to do is take. Oh, my client straight out my classes, which I did with immense success. But what happened is I was so busy during canoe, you'll the loss hypnotists, but I've gotta favorite Bs ninety one to see you because my neighbor said you like amazing. I know you're the believe it go. I've got a fair of left, and I want to see you. Then I realized it was actually much more interesting and so I continued to do that. And then I was doing it backwards and forwards London, Anna l. a. flying commuting. And then I worked on several TV shows wrote some books and then thought, you know, there's only me doing this, so I should teach other people to do it. And now I teach lots of people to do because now of crazy my own method, which is really taking the world by stool, what's it called school rapid transformational therapy house our work. So for instance, if you have migraines or you're a bee's new go-to therapist, they want you to talk every week about how what's it like the base very distressing actually. And what. Does that fit like frustrating? Is that you're going to the dentist and can I come in every week and talk about infection, my gum, the dentist goes no get infection out because it just does ongoing damage. So conventional therapy likes to talk a load and what I don't like about conventional k. you you have five powder that's very complex. Therefore the treatment is going to be very complex, and that is not the case. Stages conventional medicine to they treat the symptoms was when I work with someone who's believed he can go, what happened? What happened to the go? Well, my Granddad have sex. We when I was eleven until I was thirteen..

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Do it now get in the contest, watch the show share with your friends and let me know what you think. And without further ado, we've got the most credible guest on today. Here we go. Leslie Odom, junior. Welcome back and more into the school greatness podcast. We have the legendary Leslie Odem junior in the house could see us there you while you're here now that I know we're neighbors. Hopefully I'll run into more often. Congrats and everything. Man. It's been amazing to see your journey. I was just telling you off camera about how I I found out about you from the video called seriously asong us saying that Sarah's routes a couple years back. We'll have linked up in the show notes, but the way you sang this song for whatever reason just resonated with me. I didn't even know you the Hamilton guy. I didn't know anything that you've done before, but the way that you showed up your way of being was so profound for me. I listened to it one hundred times plus and just move me. So I appreciate you for your voice and for your ability to connect an idea with people the. Yeah. And you've got this book failing up how to take risks, aim higher and never. Bob learning Michigan's pick it up. Christine, read it in about an hour and a half couldn't stop reading it and diving in. So it's really powerful and I wanted to dive into some of your your lessons in this because you had a journey where you kind of had some success early on your on Broadway as a teenager, I believe. Is that right? Yeah, Denver about ten issues. You were kind of working a little bit of an actor, but never really breaking through, and there was a moment where you thought maybe you'd end. Is that correct? Oh, yeah. Yeah, I was. I was out here in LA came here. I never thought I would come here, but after college I had some response out here in Los Angeles, so I came out to try my hand at it and. It was a lot of fun and it was, you know, so news new. I didn't know anybody on TV. I didn't know anybody in entertainment growing up, so I never saw myself doing TV and movies and stuff. 'cause you sang, right? You were saying yes saying and then used to Broadway when I was I did a show called rent when I was a teenager, and so it's a small show we'll. So I saw I saw the line from me in Philadelphia to me on stage and I could see how to make that happen. This jump out here never saw anyway. I was out here and I'm sure your audience is hurt is challenging business. It's a difficult business and it and it was getting me down. And basically the central lesson in the book is sort of the words and advice that I got from my mentor, and they changed my life and led me back to theater and everything in fuller great away. How important are mentors in your life? Their everything, their surrogate parents in a way. You know, your parents can only we only. Allow them to take us so far. There's a lot of reasons why that is you know where your parents leave off your mentors, and teachers can kind.

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Excited about this one. This is with the legend. Gary, the iconic Mr Tony hawk. Welcome back at one of the school greatness podcast. We've got the legend Tony hawk in the house. Good to see you too. Very excited about this. We were just chatting off line about how amazing it's been to see your career as a as a kid watching x. game watching you do. The nine hundred was like this monumental moment, and then the video game world blow up for you and just everything continues to blow up. Oh, thank you. Congrats and everything. And congrats being an amazing icon for what's possible. I think you are a great symbol and rob deer deck was just texting me saying how you push the limits constantly and you haven't stopped, and that's what inspired me to want to have you on the interview because I'm all about how can we unlock our potential and as a kid, I remember watching, I never skateboarded because I didn't have the coordination as you on board, but I remember watching the symbol of what you represented and seeing you break your own fears and your limitations in your mind on the game. And that was really powerful for me. And I know for a lot of. Kids, so I appreciate you. Thank you very much. Being a powerful part of my mental development of the child and a teenager, who was the most influential person in your life growing up? Would you say, oh, that's tricky. I think it sort of evolved with different people as I grew up, but for sure, at the beginning was my older brother because he was surfer. He's thirteen years older than me, but he was a surfer and then he started skating when skidding kinda just got going in the mid late seventies, and I took a lot of cues from him just in terms of doing something new, something different. And he gave me my first skateboard so obviously that was hugely influential to me. And then once I started skating and I really dove into it, he he kinda got out of it. He was in college and doing, here's a writer, he cared. I mean, he's still get a little bit, but he was just more into a career that point and there was no career and skateboarding, nothing. It was like a thousand people in the US did it. Maybe it's like a hobby. Only a handful escape parks. And so when I really got into it, I was looking towards people to emulate. One of them was Steve Caballero because he was my size. He was actually older than me, but he looked a lot younger and he was flying out of these swimming pools. And when I saw that in a magazine and I saw this guy, my size literally flying that was gave me the first the first fire to like, I want to how does he do that? I want to learn to do that. And then I went to the skate park and I saw people doing it live, and I've made it my mission to do that. And then as I got sort of as I started learning moves and things that the person that took us from them was skater Eddie Al garra because he was the most innovative skater..

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"My mentors asked me that helped me kinda get clear and I always think about, and I think these are questions anybody listening. This is okay. I have a personal brand. I wanna grow it or wanna build a personal brand, or you're an executive of a company or something. And it's like, okay, I wanna I wanna use my brand grow my business. You ask yourselves these questions. And so the first question where all personal branding starts is just getting clear on this and this. This is from my man. David Avin and David Everett mentor me from like the time, super young and he said, Rory. You have to get crystal clear. On what fraud bloom do you solve. What problem you solve the way that Dave said. He said, to what question are you the answer? And until you get clear on the problem, you Sol's you get absorbed by the noise because you're out there talking about, we do this and we do that and we do this, but the moment you start promoting the problem, promoting the questions that is when people start to pay attention because now it's like, whoa, this person can help me solve a problem. So you have to get really clear on like, what problem do you solve? The next question is, what are you passionate about? And there's two parts of this sort of brand helix. So the top, the top part here, this is all sort of external facing. So this is like how you appear or occur in the world. And then this bottom part is internal. So this is more like your internal monologue, like your your psycho graphics and these chorus. Sponde- with each other. So the problem I solved because there may be many problems you solve right? Like you could teach people how to do all sorts of different stuff, but what you're passionate about as well and when they intersect, that's when it's a sweet spot being go, right? Yes, that's that's what we're looking for is the intersection of the external sort of who you were designed or who the who the world need you to be and who you were designed to me. We love being so what problem do I solve the next thing is sort of what am I perceived as an expert on and expertise is interesting because expertise is really more about perception. What do people think I'm an expert at? Yes, like you introduced me said, Roy's New York Times, bestselling author. Right? Why do you choose to say that? Because people hear that and they go up expert, credible. That's something. That you get, and there's a certain type of person that takes a lot of work to get that. So there's these triggers that we kind of think through. We walked people through this actually. What are the triggers of what make you perceived as an expert? And one of the exercises we take people through actually don't think we did this with you, but is we write your bio and then we do what's called your future bio. Interesting. I like that. And so we think we asked the question five years from now, what does your bio need to be? And that's actually how we met because you and I met before the launch of school greatness before the first book, and you were getting ready for your launched and that's, you know, I think you'd had me on the show once and then we were talking about your book lunch and stuff, but that is who you wanna be a new always said, you're like, I'm going to be a New York Times bestselling author, and now we know, do you mind me sharing? Have you shared the hundred million people know being sure. Okay. So for those of you listening in Wasi, people heard of the pass. That one of the things that we got crystal clear on when when is spent two days together in AJ and Matt, like we, all of us were there was that the school greatness podcast is going to get a hundred million downloads hundred million. And when you get two hundred million, like you're gonna be that person. And again, part of what I loved this for you was, you know, we talk about what business are you in how you make money and all that sort of stuff. But I kind of knew that we that we hit it for you when you're like, I don't care about the money. If we hit a hundred million downloads at a workout, I want to impact a hundred million lives and that was what you came alive..

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Disclaimer on this it's subject to credit approval rates include a point fifty percent auto pay discount available only when you select auto pay prior to loan funding terms and conditions apply offers are subject to change without notice visit livestream dot com slash greatness foreign porn information about limits on light stream loans and same day funding and you guys listening also get an additional interest rate discount on top of light streams already low rates that's right you can't get this extra discount anywhere else the only way you can get the discount is by going to light stream dot com slash greatness that's l i g h t s t r e m dot com slash greatness i guys i'm excited about this one it's all about understanding how to have a better richer more fulfilling and meaningful life let's dive in with the one and only jesse it's learn welcome everyone back to the school greatness podcast with got the legendary jesse it's lert in the how man thank you it's good to see you back again you've got a new book called living with the monks turning off my phone tommy about happiness gratitude and focus make us check it out and you got me up on the top of the cover which is pretty cool it's you gotta support our friend jesse and check this out because i think it's really powerful i did a digital detox two years ago where i went to hawaii left my phone in la and freaked out the first day and a half because i didn't know how to i didn't have directions to go anywhere i went old school nine hundred ninety nine free cell phone and had to go to the gas station and ask for directions and how to just be at peace in the ocean and about data three it was beautiful because i didn't think about going back on the beach and being like where's my phone and needed to check something i could just be.

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"This is episode number six four seven with the business masters welcome to the school of greatness my name is louis house former pro athlete turned weiss style entrepreneur in each week we bring you an inspiring person or message to help you discover how to unlock your inner greatness thanks for spending some time with me today now let the class begin yes elliott said only those who risk going too far off find out how far one go welcome to another special edition of the school greatness podcast i decided to bring on some of the most inspiring business masters that i've had on this podcast people like rob dear dick sara blakely the billionaire from spanks we've got navene jane lisa messenger and grant cardoen's some individuals who have taken their passion their fuel their energy into an idea in fused their light into it and scaled a business in the process and there's a common theme that you're going to be seeing in hearing throughout this entire episode but i wanna make sure you share this with your friends tag me as well at lewis house on social media and let me know what you think if you're just coming here for the first time we've had over six hundred forty five incredible mindblowing episodes on this podcast yes so many people have missed previous episodes and these powerful golden nuggets so we decided to pull out some of the most unique insights on building and scaling a business and put it all in one episode the previous mashups we've been doing on spirituality the wellness masters the relationship masters have been blowing up and people are loving them so we wanted to do one on scaling and building a business in even if you don't have a business right now these principles are still very valuable for your own life or for your own career or for your relationships so make sure to take these in whether you have a career your new entrepreneur you're building your business you're growing your business it's all powerful stuff and before we get into this show guys i want to tell you about the summit of greatness now this is our annual events it's an experience where we cultivate and bring in some of the most inspiring speakers from around the world and put together this powerful community of conscious achievers people.

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"This is episode number six three seven the masters of relationships welcome to the school of greatness my name is louis house former pro athlete turn weiss style entrepreneur in each week we bring you an inspiring person or message to help you discover how to unlock your inner greatness thanks for spending some time with me today now let the class begin henry ford said coming together is a beginning keeping together his progress working together is excess this episodes a little different my friends we did something last week all about high performance habits where we took highlights from people like tony robbins mel robbins brennan bouchard and others and we gave you some incredible wisdom in one episode from these highlights on one topic and we thought we'd do it again on the keys to powerful relationships marriage sex love from the world's greatest relationship experts and coaches and again if you haven't listened to last one on high performance habits make sure listen to that after this one but this one right here we're featuring matthew hussy my good friend and one of the leading experts on relationships for women on how to get the guy and keep the guy by the thriving relationships we also have tracy mcmillan which was a huge hit a number of years ago that most people didn't here but i think she has some powerful nuggets that you're gonna love and then one of my favorites as well as stare parral every sentence she says is just so valuable i'm on the edge of my seat every time i hear her talk so i know you guys are gonna enjoy this one make sure to share it with your friends lewis house dot com slash six three seven and let me know your most favorite part from this episode it doesn't matter if you're looking to date someone you're looking to get married you're ina marriage or you just want to have better relationships in general this one is going to be a powerful one for you and before we dive in wanna give a shout out to the fan of the week this is from kate stu who said without fail after each school greatness podcast i listen to i went to call up a loved one and gush to them about the guest speaker and their journey this podcast will leave you feeling inspired move.

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Um and i had to learn the hard way in law those relationships and in business in my health in relationships sports all this stuff i've made lots of mistakes write off in i'm definitely not perfect and i don't have all the answers but i try to have this growth mindset and say where to do our best were to continue to evolve evaluate be mindful reassess and give our best and that's all we can really ask for but win win win how can you applied that concept of win win win to your life to your business to your relationships to your health win win win that is key number eight and this is episode five eight four how to win in business in life again my eight keys to 20 18 who it is going to be an amazing year and i want to remind you that your life matters that you matter because you are an incredible gift to this world and without you the work would never be the same we need you to cultivate your gifts we need you to apply these eight keys so that you can impact more people in your life and find that fulfillment that you've been seeking you matter so much and i'm so excited to see what dreams come to fruition for you in your life this year it is the year of abundance it is the year of greatness i've declared if it's going to happen because you get to manifest whatever you want in your life you're going to get it to happen you're going to make it happen and i'm here to support you along the way with the school greatness podcast if you haven't subscribed yet make sure to subscribe were everywhere i'd syrians soundcloud stitcher spotify its blowing up on spotify now if you wanna just listen on spotify goes subscribe there and please leave us a review again over at a lewis howes dot com slash i tune as you can leaves a review let us know what you think we love to hear what you think and we'd love.

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"This is episode number five eight three with revolve cofounder michael and tag welcome to this school of greatness my name is lewis howes of former pro athlete turned lifestyle entrepreneur in each week we bring you and inspiring person or message to help you discover how to unlock your inner greatness thanks for spending some time with me today now let the class begin boom welcome back everyone to another addition of the school greatness podcast we are starting out powerfully in the new year and i am just so palms to be here with all of you you know again as i reflect back on how amazing the last year was and really where we're headed to with this podcast almost five years of the podcast happening and it's just blows my mind to reflect on what we've been building together and the movements of greatness that were all on board with so thank you all for again being a part of this journey we've got another powerful interview today his name is michael maintain he is the ceo and cofounder of revolve which is a popular online fashion retailer this become one of the leading trendy fashion brands today and here's what i love about it revolved was founded in 2003 so in a world where everyone wants to start and launch something quickly and have it cell and make millions of dollars in the first year first few months dave been around for a long time pre social media they've had to learn in constantly reinvent and re evolve their plans and their audience and so many different strategies to continue to grow again they've they're getting close to a billion dollars in sales a year right now i mean it's just continues to grow and grow and grow right and they've almost two million instagram followers of god millions of email subscribers have get a large following but one of their keys has been getting the biggest celebrities and influencers to feature their clothes and and come to their big events and parties and they are v brand and the event to go hang out at at at coachella and other big events that are happening around the world and i love the strategy behind what they do to find these partnerships with influencers in celebrities and get people to come to their events which helps their overall brandon overall sales which we are we talking about today is first how to.

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"He's episode of the psychology podcast is brought to you by zip recruiter i'll speak later about their valuable service but right now i'm excited introduced my guess for today lewis howes lewis is a lifestyle entrepreneur highperformance business coach author and keynote speaker a former professional football player and twosport all american louis host the school greatness podcast which has received millions of download since it launched in two thousand thirteen loose recognized by the white house and president obama one of the top one hundred entrepreneurs in the country under thirty he's a contributing writer for entrepreneur and yahoo dot com and has been featured in the near times forbes men's health the today show and other media outlets houses an advisory board member of pencils of promise and his latest book is the mask of masculinity how men can embrace vulnerability create stronger relationships and live their fullest allies lewis thanks for being on podcast today nice scott appreciate a man i wanted you to be on here for years that have you other i get the sense that one of the things are most proud of and you're like these days is what you're doing a pencil the promise i notice on the internet like things you've been saying and the things you've been doing for them to really help them tell me a little bit about what that organization is and what your dental for me pencil promises helps build schools around the world for kids in me and for kizza don't have actual physical schools in kind of the poorest areas of these countries in guatemala laos and ghana and i think they've built over four hundred fifty my p 500 schools now and we've built s five ourselves but we built almost forty through my influence and through getting other people to build them and just means allowed to me because growing up i felt like i was always stupid and i felt like i never had anything interesting essay i feel like i wasn't smart at all and i was in the special needs classes he knows picked on because i couldn't read and read aloud when the teachers were asked me.

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"The different transition the press the awareness their brands both blowing up and how they continue to keep it alive and together how they've also both manage their egos with so much going on in both their lives whether you should follow the money or follow your dream who this is a good one and also helped people get to obesity you know i kind of them and so curious how do people once they get to fifty seventy a hunger pounds overweight how do they keep going without making a change the mentality the habits routines we break that down also would integrity momentum is and why it works and we cover so many other things it there's some some very touching and vulnerable moments towards the end so measure to stick around because these are just two human beings that i just fell in love with instantly and hoped to build a stronger relationship for many many years to come and get to connect with them more in person because i just love their attitude their energy their mindset and what they've built and what they're steal building is amazing but before we dive in i want to give a shout out to the fan of the week it's from jake van ness who says i found lewis's school greatness podcast a few weeks ago and have been obsessed with the podcast and everything else he's doing across all his platforms the main show has such an awesome variety of gas from sports figures to business greats social media youtube star celebrities and other motivators and every show brings out the character of the gas and i feel like i get to know so much more about them his three truce indefinite shen of greatness questions close show off with fire and you feel pumped then there is five minute final shows an unusual listen to them on monday morning and it gives me that kick in the pants i need to start the week charged can't recommend this podcast enough there aren't many podcast that i take the time to go back into the archives divide more because i can't get enough.

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

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"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"school greatness podcast" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

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