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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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Jul 30, 2019

You know him from American Idol, but superstar producer Randy Jackson’s career in music has included working with a who’s who of the legends of popular culture. This is a man who started playing bass in bar bands in the hood at 13, and worked his way up to being on one of the most popular television shows in history. In this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Randy Jackson talks about what really separates the stars from the failures, and what it takes to achieve lasting success.

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Randy talks about people thinking they knew him from American Idol [3:10]

Randy and Tom discuss the “It” factor [4:08]

Randy describes the importance of song-writing in the music industry [6:22]

Randy talks about his early years paying in bars [7:21]

Randy explains why humility, drive, and being in the right place is important [9:25]

Randy talks about learning from older musicians [10:50]

Randy illustrates how to eliminate distractions and learn who you are [12:45]

Randy advocates choosing something specific and going all-out after it [15:08]

Randy describes how his rejections and failures made him successful [20:21]

Randy tells the story of playing with Journey for the first time [24:44]

Randy and Tom discuss how learning everything allows you to create your own brand [27:21]

Randy emphasizes how important it is to really know what you need [31:05]

Randy describes what makes a real star [36:03]

Randy explains why it’s so important to not care what the public thinks [38:27]

Randy talks about how his career has lasted so long [40:10]

Randy shares his values and why he still tries to help artists [42:53]

Randy shares the one song he would listen to if he could only have one [46:04]

Randy describes the impact he wants to have on the world [47:47]

 

QUOTES:

 

“They’ll hate you before they love you.” [39:35]

“One of these days, you’re going to learn to want what you need, as opposed to need what you want.” [11:33]

“Are you that good? Are you as good as you think you are?” [18:00]

 

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Jul 25, 2019

High Intensity Health’s Mike Mutzel is on the forefront of functional medicine. His top-rated podcasts have helped thousands of people with fitness, nutrition and general health advice. On this episode of Health Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Mike Mutzel delves deeply into questions about fasting, microbiome diversity, the keto diet and the carnivore diet. And on top of all that, he connects the dots between healthy eating and a positive mindset, and shows how to maximize both longevity and feeling good. 

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Mike describes his specific fasting protocols and why he uses them [1:04]

Mike talks about his reaction to finding he had elevated alpha fetoprotein [6:28]

Mike explains how getting arrested for drugs was the best thing that happened to him [10:57]

Mike and Tom discuss how to apply the lessons from physical fitness to mental fitness [13:25]

Mike discusses how different methods of fasting or ketones use promotes mental clarity [15:50]

Mike explains how fasting affects stress responses [18:37]

Mike and Tom discuss the pros and cons of a ketogenic diet [21:40]

Mike shares his goals for his diet, and why he doesn’t always use the same diet [26:38]

Mike looks at the benefits of microbiome diversity relative to genetics and environment [28:33]

Mike talks about the carnivore diet [32:27]

Mike and Tom discuss diet and longevity [38:25]

Tom asks Mike if there’s any cutting edge health theories he is interested in [39:53]

Mike explains cellular switches that guide autophagy [42:18]

Mike advocates eliminating processed food and eating at the same time each day [44:04]

Mike talks about food, relationships, social settings, and sleep [45:50]

Mike describes the limits of fasting [48:17]

What one change can people make to benefit their health? [51:00]

 

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Jul 23, 2019

How does a regular person with fears and doubts go from abject failure to breaking world records? Colin O’Brady suffered a critical injury so bad that a doctor told him he would probably never walk properly again. So, he climbed Mount Everest. And he became the first person to do what was thought impossible--cross Antarctica alone and unaided. On this week’s episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, watch as Colin O’Brady explains how he deals with fears, doubts, and competitiveness, and how he uses objectivity about it all to his advantage.


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SHOW NOTES:

 

Colin explains what inspires him to take extreme risks [2:42]

Colin describes the connection between being an artist and an athlete [4:30]

Colin talks about how his self-narrative kept him going [7:51]

Colin describes his relationship to fear [13:32]

Colin defines the most important skill he needed to cross Antarctica alone [18:30]

Colin describes the real experience of meditation [20:33]

Colin explains why he doesn’t have a negative interpretation of his experiences [27:00]

Colin illustrates his own competitive drive and how he cultivates it [35:00]

Colin describes his conception of death [42:00]

Colin shares the impact he wants to have on the world [49:00]

 

QUOTES:

 

“We are the story we tell ourselves.” [8:16]

“My biggest fear is bottoming out at that plateau of comfortable complacency.” [46:30]

“The fear is not death specifically. The curiosity is how can I live my life so that I’m...not hedging so much against death that I don’t fully live.” [47:26]

 

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Jul 16, 2019

Before you conclude that circumstances prevent you from success, you might want to listen to what Everette Taylor has to say. Here is a man who was homeless, who first learned business from drug dealers, and who then started multiple multi-million dollar companies. He is now one of the most successful and recognized entrepreneurs under 30. How did he get there? On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Everette Taylor shows how you can learn anything you want to learn if you are willing to truly listen to people and then put in the work.


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SHOW NOTES:

 

Relentless is Everette’s favorite word  [3:05]

Everette tells the story of being homeless and losing everything  [4:39]

Embracing reality means actually finding a solution  [6:51]

Everette and Tom discuss learning entrepreneurship from hustlers and drug dealers  [8:04]

Tom asks Everette why the same poverty that breaks other people propelled him  [14:11]

Everette explains why he needed to see entrepreneurs who looked like him  [17:11]

Everette talks about the importance of emotional intelligence  [19:00]

Everette advocates that you can learn anything you want to learn  [20:59]

Everette says helping people is his deepest motivation  [22:30]

Everette and Tom discuss what to say to someone who hasn’t found their passion  [25:08]

Everette advocates really understanding your target audience  [26:53]

Everette and Tom discuss the love of learning  [30:00]

Everette describes one change people could make that would have the most impact  [35:30]

 

QUOTES:

 

“It’s one thing being homeless. It’s another thing having everything taken away from you.” [5:10]

“My supplier, that was the first COO that I ever met. Being a drug dealer is like being a Chief Operating Officer.” [11:45]

“There’s a lot of drug dealers. There’s not a lot of drug dealers who are making real money. It takes a certain je ne sais quoi to get to a point where you’re the boss.” [13:47]

 

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Jul 11, 2019

How malleable are we? How much can we “supercharge” our brains? How much does diet affect the mind? Renowned neurosurgeon Rahul Jandial has spent his life tackling the toughest medical questions about the brain and the mind. On this episode of Health Theory with Tom Bilyeu, he shares his extraordinary knowledge about how much food affects our mindset, how to strengthen our brains, and what we can realistically expect from our efforts.

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SHOW NOTES

 

Rahul discusses how brain injuries can sometimes uncover hidden potential [2:48]

Rahul explains how much brain training can really help [4:16]

Rahul gives specific tips on how to make the brain healthier [6:04]

Rahul explains the mind diet [10:41]

Rahul and Tom discuss how intermittent fasting kicks the mind diet into high gear [12:16]

Rahul talks about how even animals get high, and how plants work on your brain [18:20]

Rahul talks about measuring brain electricity [23:27]

Rahul and Tom discuss habits and brain plasticity [27:10]

Use it or lose it [31:14]

Rahul discusses mental health [34:16]

Rahul explains the complexity of depression and anxiety [38:49]

Rahul and Tom discuss how repetition creates positive mental habits [42:30]

Rahul explains the importance of physical exercise [45:08]

Rahul shares the one most important change people should make [48:21]

 

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Jul 9, 2019
Former NFL wide receiver and current champion influencer Trent Shelton spends his life helping
people become the best possible version of themselves. In this episode of Impact Theory with
Tom Bilyeu, Trent shares deeply personal stories from his own life, his own fears and his own
failures. But he doesn’t stop there. He explains how you can use your fears, your failures and
your life experiences to live (not find) your true purpose.
 
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SHOW NOTES:
Trent describes being an introvert who becomes a renowned public speaker [2:32]
Trent talks about being scared to speak in front of 5,000 people [4:00]
Trent and Tom discuss using manipulative techniques on themselves [6:25]
Why it’s important to move towards things that scare you [8:20]
Trent explains the championship mindset and why you have to want it for yourself [9:09]
Trent wanted to be a professional football player at six years old [12:07]
Should you help people build their desire? [13:08]
What really matters? [15:47]
Trent explains how he helps people face reality [17:39]
Trent discusses vulnerability and authenticity [19:07]
Trent explains exactly what he thinks fear is [21:07]
How do people identify their purpose? [24:19]
Trent illuminates the difference between what you want and where you thrive [26:17]
Suppression leads to depression [28:10]
Trent shares how he deals with his mother’s cancer [29:40]
Trent talks about gratitude [32:20]
Trent discusses self-care [34:02]
Trent shares the impact that he wants to have on the world [38:00]
QUOTES:
“If you’re nervous, if you’re scared, you’re too into yourself.” [7:47]
“The foundation of all strength is pain.” [9:05]
“I used to have a fear of not succeeding. My fear now is succeeding at the wrong things.”
[16:52]
“Sometimes “I need help” is the most powerful thing that you can say.” [18:22]
 
 
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