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Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory is a business and mindset-focused interview show that will teach anyone aspiring to greatness the secrets to success. The show is hosted by Tom Bilyeu - a serial entrepreneur and co-founder of the #2 Inc. 500 company Quest Nutrition and former host of the viral hit Youtube series Inside Quest (viewed over 100,000,000 times). Bilyeu is known for his passion and preparation. Always eager to truly learn from his guests, Bilyeu digs deep and brings the urgency of someone hungry to put what he’s learning to immediate use - making the show not only entertaining and energetic, but also hyper-useful.
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Mar 21, 2019

This weeks guest on Health Theory is Harpreet Rai.  Harpreet is an entrepreneur and the CEO of Oura Ring.  In this episode he talks about how to improve your sleep through tracking, how sleep improves your focus and his tips for losing weight.

 

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SHOW NOTES

Why sleep matters [01:21]

The importance of sleep for your overall health [02:09]

What happens when we don't sleep enough [06:15]

How to balance your work life with getting enough sleep [08:08]

How our sleep is disrupted [11:28]

What happens during each phase of sleep [14:32]

Lifestyle tips to improve your sleep [18:10]

How to use sleep tracking to determine the best workout for you each day [24:16]

The importance of deep sleep [27:04]

How diet changes your sleep quality [29:12]

Why you want high heart rate variability [30:36]

Can meditation improve your heart rate variability? [32:59]

The reason it's hard to track naps [35:44]

The future of wearables and data tracking [37:23]

What health markers people should track [43:58]

The best exercise for sleep [47:23]

How athletes use sleep and hyperbaric chambers to improve recover [49:04]

 

FOLLOW HARPREET:

WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/1TqiRON

INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2OvqF9a

FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2NiMPXE

Mar 20, 2019

This AMA is brought to you by...

DesignCrowd. Get a special discount on your design when you click designcrowd.com/impact 

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Tom answers questions from the community.

To have your question answered by Tom, email us at ama@impacttheory.com with the subject line: AMA Question

SHOWNOTES:

How to sustain giving 100% and not allowing yourself to fall apart [1:54]

What to do if you doubt yourself [7:22]

Why Tom values doing hard things (and how it can help you enjoy your life more) [11:40]

Why you need to be the change you want to see in the world [14:35]

Tom’s “affirmations” that he uses as habit-loop triggers [20:29]

How to reach people at scale and make a massive impact in the world [24:45]

What to do if your loved ones create negativity in their own lives when you have a growth mindset and they don’t [31:26]

Are entrepreneurs born or made?  (Tom’s answer will surprise you) [34:29]

 

BOOKS MENTIONED 

GRIT by Angela Duckworth https://amzn.to/2Ff60Q9  [6:16]

The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod https://amzn.to/2Od3C0t  [20:29]

 

PEOPLE MENTIONED

Angela Duckworth https://bit.ly/2ULl66k  [6:22]

Hal Elrod https://bit.ly/2FoLI80 [20:29]

Mahatma Ghandi [25:23]

Charles Darwin [35:36]

Mar 19, 2019

This week’s guest on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu is Rachel Hollis. Rachel Hollis is an American author, motivational speaker, and blogger. She is the founder of the Hollis Company and the New York Times best-selling author of "Girl, Wash Your Face" and "Girl, Stop Apologizing" among other books. In this episode, she talks about stepping into your calling, how to stop caring about what other people think, and the importance of mindset and skill acquisition.

 

This episode of Impact Theory is brought to you by our sponsors:

 

SHOW NOTES:

Why her book was inspired by Demi Lovato’s sorry not sorry [3:50]

She identifies as a recovering people-pleaser [5:07]

How she went from feeling paralyzed by what people think to becoming a savage [7:07]

Why she doesn’t care if people love her [11:04]

How she deals with triggers and family [11:50]

Why she focuses so much on intention [14:56]

How important mindset, morning routines, and written affirmations are for accomplishing your goals [15:30]

Why she wrote her book around excuses & skill acquisition [18:52]

How her older brother’s mental illness shaped her life [22:26]

The “if only” happiness fallacy [24:49]

Why she believes high performers deal with anxiety, depression, and other triggers [29:45]

The finale she did in her event and opened herself up to the opinions of others [31:27]

What she did when her husband disliked the fact that she was waking up at 5am [33:01]

Why so many women lose themselves in marriage [34:10]

“When you step into what you’re called to, you give others the permission to do it” [36:40]

Why it’s okay that other people may be right [39:27]

The impact she wants to have in the world [40:05]


PEOPLE MENTIONED

Oprah Winfrey [5:49]
Tony Robbins [8:08]
John Maxwell [21:20]
Michael Phelps [38:30]


BOOKS MENTIONED

Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis https://amzn.to/2Y5GpSf

Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis https://amzn.to/2OeiLOO

Mar 18, 2019

Check out the full album with 22 tracks like this one on your favorite music platform (Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, etc.)! Search "A Life Worth Remembering" or click the link below:

iTunes: https://goo.gl/NtVSAv
Spotify: https://goo.gl/f6jc8N
GoogleMusic: https://goo.gl/YH2bdm
Apple Music: https://goo.gl/NtVSAv
AmazonMP3: https://geni.us/TomBilyeu

 

Until next time, be legendary. ;)

Mar 15, 2019

In this week’s episode of Relationship Theory,  Tom and Lisa discuss how to help your partner develop a growth mindset.


This episode is sponsored by Thrive Market! Get 25% off your first order and a 30-day free trial at thrivemarket.com/relationship

 

DOWNLOAD the Relationship Revelations Questionnaire: http://bit.ly/2BzZFOb

 

FOLLOW TOM BILYEU

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FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2hPStWo

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FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2rTysON

 

 

 

 

 

Mar 14, 2019

This week’s guest on Health Theory is Emily Fletcher.  Emily Fletcher is the leading expert in meditation for high performance and the founder of Ziva, where she helps people perform at the top of their game with meditation and mindfulness techniques.  In this episode, she talks about how meditation can inform personal and professional development.


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SHOW NOTES

Why meditation makes you better at life [01:51]

The difference between mindfulness and meditation [03:31]

How meditation releases stored stress in your cells [07:59]

Why you need to surrender [12:47]

The real reasons people don’t meditate [15:50]

Why Emily had to address her identity [17:56]

What to do when the “monkey mind” is going crazy [19:15]

The unexpected health benefits of meditation [23:24]

How to check your own relationship with stress [26:35]

What you can track to see if meditation is working [27:50]

Why meditation shouldn’t require much effort [31:16]

How to actually incorporate meditation into your life [38:10]

The big problems of the world today [40:06]

Why meditation makes cold showers easier [43:26]

How to shift your identity  [46:06]

The right questions to ask yourself [48:07]

Why it’s never about the goal [49:23]

 

FOLLOW EMILY

WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/2HkqgDv

INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2VOhHF1

YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/2FbbtaP

FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2F6dkxg

Mar 13, 2019

This episode of AMA is brought to you by DesignCrowd.  Go to DesignCrowd.com/impact for a special offer where you can save on logo, website and graphic designs! 

Tom answers questions from the community. 

To get your question answered, send an email to AMA@impacttheory.com with the subject line “AMA Question”.

SHOWNOTES:

How to make a business out of your passion [0:06]

How to find motivation to do the things you love after work [3:23]

How to stop comparing yourself to other people [5:39]

What to do if you’re working in an area that you’re not passionate about (What do you want to be the best in the world at?) [9:11]

Do you pursue the things your passion or do you do what is more practical? [14:22]

How to improve your confidence with women [20:02]

How to create the drive to consistently show up at the gym [25:36]

How to pull people out of the matrix with music [28:06]

 

PEOPLE MENTIONED

Kevin Kelly https://bit.ly/2O2tgVE [6:14]

Childish Gambino [30:39]

Jay Z [30:47]

 

Mar 12, 2019

This week’s guest on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu is Laura Vanderkam. Laura Vanderkam is the bestselling author of What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast and Off The Clock, among others. Her 2016 TED talk, "How to Gain Control of Your Free Time," has been viewed more than 5 million times.

You can order her most recent book, Juliet’s School of Possibilities, here: https://amzn.to/2Uw52Wf

 

This episode of Impact Theory is brought to you by our sponsors:

 


SHOWNOTES
The paradigm shift to adopt if you want to get more done and enjoy more from life [3:34]

How to look at time in order to extend pleasure and have better memories by manipulating your perception of time [4:48]

How to feel like you have more time [6:44]

You get to see what people value by how they spend their time [8:30]

How to prioritize things for yourself by assigning urgency to the things that matter to you [9:01]

Her notion of the micro-memoirs and why you need to construct your memories with intention [10:27]

How to become present in the moment to enjoy more from your life [12:07]

How to develop your priorities [13:35]

Why she loves to reference the 168 hours you have in each week to change your perspective about how much time you have [15:04]

How to get rid of any guilt about how you spend your time [16:03]

How people lose time by forgetting to be intentional about it [17:39]

How she changed her mindset around the timing of the middle of the week and how it can help you get more out of your time [18:31]

Why she makes a 3 category list of things to do in her life [19:20]

How the list of 100 dreams helps you get clear about how you should be spending your time [20:42]

How planning ahead and using intentionality will help you get more done [22:06]

How to avoid overwhelming yourself with your to-do list [23:04]

How she became interested in time management and productivity [24:39]

How and when she keeps a time diary and how it helps her with her work-life balance [25:40]

How to maintain an abundant perspective on time and be super intentional [26:56]

How changing notification settings has changed Tom’s life [28:36]

The universal truths about creating more memorable experiences [30:13]

How people perceive time is directly related to the activities they do in any chunk of time [30:57]

The difference between fun that requires effort vs. no effort [32:30]

Why she wrote a book about productivity and time management in the form of a novel [33:31]

The impact she wants to have in the world [35:36]

Mar 11, 2019

Check out the full album with 22 tracks like this one on your favorite music platform (Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, etc.)! Search "A Life Worth Remembering" or click the link below:

iTunes: https://goo.gl/NtVSAv
Spotify: https://goo.gl/f6jc8N
GoogleMusic: https://goo.gl/YH2bdm
Apple Music: https://goo.gl/NtVSAv
AmazonMP3: https://geni.us/TomBilyeu

 

Until next time, be legendary. ;)

Mar 8, 2019

In this week’s episode of Relationship Theory,  Tom and Lisa discuss where you should put your energy: entrepreneurship or relationship?



This episode is sponsored by Winc. Go to trywinc.com/relationshiptheory for $20 off your purchase!

 

DOWNLOAD the Relationship Revelations Questionnaire: http://bit.ly/2BzZFOb

 

FOLLOW TOM BILYEU

INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2j7vqX8

FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2hPStWo

TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2iyjY5P

 

FOLLOW LISA BILYEU

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FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2rTysON

 

 

Mar 7, 2019

This week’s guest on Health Theory is Dr. Dan Pardi.  Dr. Pardi is a sleep specialist, the CEO of humanOS.me and helps people engineer healthier behaviors.  In this episode he talks about how to optimize your behaviors for health, the importance of sleep, and why we get fat.

 

SHOW NOTES

How Dan's father's cancer inspired his career [01:22]

How to take over your behaviors [02:47]

The importance of sleep [08:07]

Daytime strategies to improve your sleep [12:19]

What your body fat is really up to [14:30]

The mechanisms that burn body fat [20:10]

What drives our food intake [23:56]

Why your decision making capabilities are diminished after a night of poor sleep [28:57]

The metabolic impacts of little sleep [32:23]

Why exercise may not have the effect on weight we thought it did [34:18]

How to lose 100 pounds [37:18]

The role of cold and heat exposure for our health [38:55]

Is GHB the perfect drug for Alzheimer's? [42:53]



FOLLOW DAN

WEBSITE: https://www.humanos.me/

INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/danielpardi/

Mar 6, 2019

Tom answers questions from the community.

To have your question answered, send an email with the subject line “AMA” to ama@impacttheory.com

This episode of AMA is brought to you by Skillshare.  

Start learning on Skillshare today with 2 free months at skillshare.com/impacttheory

SHOWNOTES:

How to level up your toughness to be an entrepreneur by delaying gratification [00:27]

What books Tom recommends [6:37]

What skills would you learn and cultivate first and why Tom values working for FREE [7:04]

How to make your learning most effective and how Tom stays in the zone.  [10:25]

Don’t put off for an hour what you can do now.  [12:15]

How Tom changed his life by changing what he builds his self esteem around. [12:53]

“Derive your self worth from the sincere pursuit of greatness.” [15:07]

How to realize your interests and begin developing a “why” in your life. [16:33]

What to do if your goals are starting to bore you - and how to find things that make you feel alive [22:04]

Should you quit your job and go all-in on your passion? [27:07]

If your guests on Impact Theory were super heroes, which superpowers would they have?  [33:22]

What to do when your coworker makes work difficult and you don’t know how to talk about it.  [35:56]

Why you shouldn't get excited about birthdays.  [39:28]

 

PEOPLE MENTIONED

 

Wim Hof https://bit.ly/2Fvnr1w  [3:31]

David Eagleman https://bit.ly/2VENoj4 [33:47]

David Goggins https://youtu.be/dIM7E8e9JKY  [34:43]

Vanessa Van Edwards https://youtu.be/X8CD2QEYo6Q [35:30]

 

BOOKS MENTIONED:

 

Captivate by Vanessa Van Edwards https://amzn.to/2EDVsts   [35:30]

Principles by Ray Dalio https://amzn.to/2XG4NtF  [37:28]

 

Mar 5, 2019

This week’s guest on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu is author, speaker and entrepreneur Hal Elrod.  After literally dying in a car crash, Hal woke up in a hospital bed and was told by his doctors that he would never walk again.  Thanks to intense visualization and affirmations and perhaps some grace, Hal took his first step 3 weeks later. In this episode he talks about the miracle morning, the key personality traits of successful people and how to overcome any trials and tribulations you face in life.

Check out Hal’s book, Miracle Morning here: https://amzn.to/2EyazVg  

 

This episode of Impact Theory is brought to you by our sponsors:

 

 

 

SHOW NOTES:

How Hal Elrod gains control of his emotions with the 5-minute rule [2:46]

 

How he went from being told he would never walk again after a fatal car crash to taking his first step just 3 weeks later [4:09]

 

How he lost half his income in 2008 and what he did to turn his business and life around [5:29]

 

Hal’s secret to emotional invincibility [9:08]

 

How he deals with the potential for embarrassment and disappointment by doing it anyway [13:58]

 

Why he never says “why me” in the traditional sense [17:31]

 

How he overcomes fear and why he’s made peace with death [18:48]

 

How he dealt with his cancer diagnosis in the face of leaving his children and wife behind [21:19]

 

How he uses affirmations to overcome fear and negative thoughts [22:46]

 

Hal’s anti-cancer affirmations and practices are what saved him when he had 1 week to live [24:08]

 

What he did to his mindset while he was going through chemotherapy, and how he deals with negative emotions [27:43]

 

The emotions that will most serve you when you’re going through the most difficult, painful and scary times of your life [30:00]

 

How he talked about cancer with his kids [30:58]

 

The miracle equation book he’s been working on, how you create miracles [32:08]

 

The key foundational trait that’s given Hal Elrod the ability to accomplish everything he’s done [34:28]

 

The shocking story of how his baby sister passed away [36:11]

 

The conscious choice to take adversity and turn it into an advantage or find an advantage [37:30]

 

The most fundamental key to success as according to Jim Rohn [39:00]

 

We all want to fulfill our potential [39:37]

 

The impact Hal Elrod wants to have in the world [40:37]

 

 

PEOPLE MENTIONED

David Goggins https://bit.ly/2rYWYk1 [35:48]

Jim Rohn [37:50]

 

BOOKS MENTIONED

Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod https://amzn.to/2EyazVg  

John Maxwell Failing Forward https://amzn.to/2EMucdJ [15:23]

Mar 4, 2019

Check out the full album with 22 tracks like this one on your favorite music platform (Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, etc.)! Search "A Life Worth Remembering" or click the link below:

iTunes: https://goo.gl/NtVSAv
Spotify: https://goo.gl/f6jc8N
GoogleMusic: https://goo.gl/YH2bdm
Apple Music: https://goo.gl/NtVSAv
AmazonMP3: https://geni.us/TomBilyeu

 

Until next time, be legendary. ;)

Mar 2, 2019

In this week’s episode of Relationship Theory,  Tom and Lisa discuss the role of comparison in your relationship.

 

This week's episode is sponsored by Winc! Go to trywinc.com/relationshiptheory for $20 off your purchase

 

FOLLOW TOM BILYEU

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TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2iyjY5P

 

FOLLOW LISA BILYEU

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FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2rTysON

 

DOWNLOAD the Relationship Revelations Questionnaire: http://bit.ly/2BzZFOb

 

 

Feb 28, 2019

This week’s guest on Health Theory is celebrity trainer and fitness model, Dolvett Quince. Dolvett is the author of the 3-1-2-1 Diet, a former trainer on the Biggest Loser and the creator of the Quintessential App.  In this episode he talks about how to make transformation happen, how family influences your life, and why he likes to help the underdogs of the world.

 

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ButcherBox. Use the discount code: "IMPACT" at butcherbox.com to get 20$ off and FREE BACON

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SHOW NOTES

Why physical transformation starts in the mind [01:41]

The most common roadblocks to achieving your health goals [02:57]

The reason self-love is so essential [03:49]

How Dolvett overcame a difficult background [05:15]

The meaning of the phrase "no weapon formed against me may prosper" [08:09]

Why you need to have the yin and the yang [10:28]

How to shed your self doubts [12:59]

How to let go of your excuses [14:42]

The five pillars you need to focus on every day [16:36]

Why we all need a different diet [18:53]

Why the 3-1-2-1 diet works [20:42]

How to approach diet experimentation [23:11]

Why Tom wants to live forever [25:28]

How Dolvett approaches his fears [27:41]

What Dolvett told his son [29:21]

A new definition of success [31:06]

How to want more and be happy with what you have at the same time [31:05]

The advice Dolvett gave him son on his 21st birthday [34:53]

Why can't give weight to anyone's opinion but your own [36:47]

How to cultivate anything you want in life [39:33]


FOLLOW DOLVETT

INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2NwCR6F

FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2NEt5Qd

Feb 27, 2019

Tom answers questions from the community.

To get your questions answered, email us at ama@impacttheory.com 

This episode of AMA is brought to you by Butcherbox.  Use the discount code: “TOM” at butcherbox.com to get 20$ off and FREE BACON

How to love the process of getting better at whatever you want while overcoming self doubt and lack of confidence [2:10]

The new secret to success [5:03]

What to do if you’ve lost your “why” [9:40]

How to build your confidence [11:27]

How to change your mindset and breakthrough self sabotage to accomplish your goals [15:39]

Why you need to make sure your goal is something you legit care about [19:46]

How to leverage pain to change behavior? [22:52]

The 50/50 truth about the law of attraction [30:07]

How to do mental jiu jitsu & destroy negative thoughts [32:17]

How to feel good about yourself all the time- do things that you’re excited about [33:43]

How to go from empty dreamer to dreamer with drive [38:30]

Feb 26, 2019

James Altucher is an entrepreneur, ranked Chess Master and the best selling author of 20 books. In this week’s episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, he talks about rebuilding his life after contemplating suicide and the techniques he used to come back after he lost all his money and struggled with personal relationships.

 

This episode of Impact Theory is brought to you by our sponsors:

  • ButcherBox: Use the discount code: "TOM" at butcherbox.com to get 20$ off and FREE BACON
  • Audible: Try Audible Free here: audible.com/impact


SHOW NOTES:

James Altucher talks about how persistence helped him get his life back through the downturns of his life [4:06]

His motivation behind writing about his life and getting raw and honest [7:15]

Why his book Choose Yourself is great advice for anyone who wants to improve their life [9:07]

How he deals with failure in any form [13:46]

How he built back up after being so broken he couldn’t get off the floor with a simple daily practice [16:29]

The 4 things he started doing to improve his life, and why you have to build up your idea muscle by writing down 10 ideas a day [17:50]

Why you may need to start rebuilding your life with just one daily practice [23:37]

The to-do list you should follow if you want to get into a great mindset [26:05]

James Altucher’s thoughts on gratitude [28:36]

The story of why he and his father stopped talking before he died [30:17]

James Altucher’s rule for “don’t ask why” [32:49]

James talks about his purpose in life and why it’s similar to Tom’s. [37:03]

You can google “I want to die” and find James Altucher’s writing [42:09]

The impact he wants to have on the world [43:16]


PEOPLE MENTIONED:

TOM BILYEU http://bit.ly/2TePKaS [41:53]


BOOKS MENTIONED:

Choose Yourself https://amzn.to/2SorNt3 [9:07]


RELEVANT RESOURCES:

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-TALK [8255]) is a United States-based suicide prevention network of 161 crisis centers that provides a 24/7, toll-free hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.

Feb 25, 2019

Check out the full album with 22 tracks like this one on your favorite music platform (Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, etc.)! Search "A Life Worth Remembering" or click the link below:

iTunes: https://goo.gl/NtVSAv
Spotify: https://goo.gl/f6jc8N
GoogleMusic: https://goo.gl/YH2bdm
Apple Music: https://goo.gl/NtVSAv
AmazonMP3: https://geni.us/TomBilyeu

 

Until next time, be legendary. ;)

Feb 22, 2019

In this week’s episode of Relationship Theory,  Tom and Lisa discuss the importance of trust in your relationship.

 


Check out our amazing sponsors!

Thrive Market: Get 25% off your first order and a 30-day free trial at thrivemarket.com/relationship

Winc: Go to trywinc.com/relationshiptheory for $20 off your purchase

 

 

DOWNLOAD the Relationship Revelations Questionnaire: http://bit.ly/2BzZFOb

 

 

FOLLOW TOM BILYEU

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TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2iyjY5P

 

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FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2rTysON

 

 

Feb 21, 2019

This week’s guest on Health Theory is Liz Josefsberg.  She is a celebrity health, wellness and weight loss expert and the author of Target 100: The World's Simplest Weight-Loss Program in 6 Easy Steps.  In this episode she discusses her approach to weight loss, why most people have trouble eating healthy and how technology can help you get healthier.

 

Check out Target 100: https://bit.ly/2Sg6KJf

 

SHOW NOTES

Why weight loss starts in the mind [01:08]

How to dig deep by starting with food [05:08]

The power of daily habits [08:31]

How to refuse your own excuses [13:07]

How believing in yourself can change your identity [15:49]

Why you need to cheer yourself on [19:31]

How to keep promises to yourself [26:14]

The importance of planning out your meals [28:52]

Why you shouldn't give up your favorite food [31:33]

How to change the way you talk to yourself [34:09]

What everyone can do to improve their health [36:20]

The things you should and shouldn't be tracking [41:56]

The scale that helps you overcome the fear of the scale [48:50]



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Feb 20, 2019

Tom answers questions from the community. 

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SHOWNOTES: 

What to do if you want to quit your job [00:22] 

How to prioritize your sleep and wake up without an alarm clock like Tom Bilyeu [7:01]

What to do if you have low energy [10:26]

Why you don’t need a formal education and what you should focus on instead [16:03]

Why being “realistic” will lead to an unremarkable life [22:52]

How to build your self esteem from the ground up [29:22]

How to approach professors for a letter of recommendation [35:15]

PEOPLE MENTIONED

Ed Mylett http://bit.ly/2U5n3tW [23:36]

Angela Duckworth http://bit.ly/2tuqL52 [18:08]

Tom Hanks http://bit.ly/2twEV5E [31:27]

BOOKS MENTIONED: 

GRIT by Angela Duckworth https://amzn.to/2GQyuSI [18:08]

Feb 19, 2019

This week’s guest on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu is Allison Maslan. Allison is an American entrepreneur, business mentor, homeopath, and author. She is the executive producer and host of her online television show, Allie & You. In this episode, she talks about how a near-death experience forced her to change her life, the importance of self-care, and the traits necessary for success.

 

This episode of Impact Theory is brought to you by our sponsors:

 

SHOW NOTES:

How Allison Maslan grew up as a gymnast and was not thinking about business [2:54]

 

Why you need a good kicking [5:53]

 

What happens when you stop fearing embarrassment [6:49]

 

You have to be conscious of change in your life and want it [8:30]

 

How to overcome the stuck-ness  [9:23]

 

The wild story of running herself over with a car and how it was a massive wake up call in her life [11:12]

 

Allison’s advice for people who are in a shitty relationship [13:50]

 

The #1 trait that’s made her successful [15:40]

 

Her process for being persistent, and go ahead to learn things [16:55]

 

Ask for help is smart - it’s not a sign of weakness [19:00]

 

Why her decisions come down to either a “hell yes” or a “no way” [19:48]

 

How to get clear on what you need in life? [21:30]

 

Why is self care important?  And what’s the crossover between life and work? [24:40]

 

How homeopathic medicine changed her life and added clarity, confidence and excitement to her life. [25:56]

 

Allison’s biggest tip for effective self care [29:27]

 

Why she only does things that make her happy [30:09]

 

People don’t realize the value of their story and how important stories are [31:30]

 

Why you need to get out of victim mode  [33:19]

 

Why you have to stay in the game of business even when you don’t see the results happening [34:55]

 

Transcendental meditation and the struggle she has with it [35:30]

 

The impact she wants to have in the world is [37:28]

Feb 14, 2019

This week’s guest on Health Theory is Dave Asprey.  He is the founder and CEO of Bulletproof Coffee and the author of 5 best selling books.  In this episode he talks about nootropics, gratitude and how to use cyclic ketosis to enhance your performance.

 

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DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:

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Game Changers by Dave Asprey: https://amzn.to/2tjhn3V

Headstrong by Dave Asprey: https://amzn.to/2GukWgv

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48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene: https://amzn.to/2Gq6iXA



SHOW NOTES

How to use nootropics to enhance cognitive performance [01:22]

Why the most successful people in the world get out of their head [07:35]

Is breathing more powerful than psychedelics? [10:27]

Overcoming trauma from birth [12:51]

Why being angry is making you dumber [15:30]

The four rules for survival [17:58]

Why the ego responds before the brain does [20:55]

The antidote for "hungry ghost syndrome" [24:28]

Why time in nature is critical for health [27:50]

How to use cold showers to your advantage [30:14]

Daily habits that will help you live a longer life [31:26]

A few of the supplements Dave takes every day [33:41]

How to get sufficient Vitamin D, even in Winter [35:13]

The best diet tips for living longer [37:27]

The two most important things for your health [41:48]




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Feb 13, 2019

Tom answers questions from the community. 

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This week’s episode of AMA is brought to you by our sponsors:

Butcherbox:  Go to www.butcherbox.com/impact and get 2 lbs of free wild caught alaskan salmon 

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SHOWNOTES:

How to leverage your circumstances to create an amazing life of fulfillment & wealth [3:44]

Am I a selfish narcissist?  Why Tom says anybody who is not chasing personal fulfillment is a fool [7:11]

How to do mental jiu jitsu & destroy negative thoughts [10:22]

If you want to succeed as a CEO, then you need to get your emotions under control [19:26]

How do you measure health?  [24:32]

How to feel good about yourself all the time- do things that you’re excited about [32:01]

The secret behind intermittent fasting and how it works to keep you healthy [36:36]

How to go from empty dreamer to dreamer with drive [41:31]

 

PEOPLE MENTIONED:

David Goggins [31:54]

BOOKS MENTIONED: 

Can’t Hurt Me by David Goggins https://amzn.to/2UVVl2O [31:54]

 

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