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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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May 25, 2019

Yogi, mystic, and spiritual leader Sadhguru understands what’s preventing so many people from a living a pleasant life. Through spiritual reflection and Inner Engineering he’s connected the dots between bad habits and continuous cycles of suffering. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, the founder of the Isha Foundation explains why looking inward is the only way to achieve the potential of a peaceful, joyful, and balanced life.

 

This episode is sponsored by:

 

SHOW NOTES:

Sadhguru speaks on the vastness of human potential and habits that limit it. [3:03]

Sadhguru outlines how to break compulsive patterns and cycles. [8:15]

Sadhguru and Tom discuss the roles joy and growth play in reaching potential. [9:30]

Sadhguru describes how to pursue the path of joy. [11:50]

Sadhguru explains how to raise kids without hindering their potential. [13:58]

Sadhguru discusses the danger and power of adopting beliefs. [16:45]

Sadhguru breaks down the process and struggle of looking inward.[18:26]

Sadhguru describes the difference between seekers and believers. [24:47]

Sadhguru speaks about responsibility. [26:01]

Sadhguru reveals what he wants people to get out of his teachings. [28:18]

Sadhguru defines true focus and shares ways to practice it. [30:51]

Sadhguru differentiates between pain and suffering [34:00]

Sadhguru explores why anxiety, depression, suicide are so much more common these days. [36:43]

Sadhguru details the approach and application of Inner Engineering. [41:02]

Sadhguru shares the impact he wants to have on the world. [45:42]

 

QUOTES:
“When we say unleashing human potential it is not about reaching the peak. It is a trajectory.” [5:04]

 

“If you are a little sensitive to life you will realize you’re the biggest issue in your life.” [7:12]

 

“If you have the fear of falling down and suffering you will not go very high. [11:45]

 

“The privileges of the nature of your experience must be in your hand.” [12:43]

 

“A child is not a legacy. It’s a life. And it’s an individual life. It has to be what it has to be.” [15:37]

 

“Death is a closure. Life is a possibility.” [26:36]

 

“Your experience is entirely determined by you.” [29:15]

 

“Only when your attention and involvement is indiscriminate does the universe open up to you.” [31:30]

 

“The content of our life will not change our life. It is the context of our life which changes our life.” [43:55]

 

“This, this is a living cosmos. Everybody's free to capture as much as they want. If you capture a substantial amount of life, your very presence will become a significant life. Otherwise, you will become a mediocre life. This is the important thing. It's not the knowledge you gather in your head. It's not the muscle that you gather in your body. It's the life.” [44:45]

 

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BOOKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

Inner Engineering: A Yogi’s Guide to Joy - https://amzn.to/2vwHxUy [1:58]

Adiyogi: The Source of Yoga - https://amzn.to/2vwHxUy [2:02]

 

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

Isha Foundation - https://bit.ly/2JpyZWL [1:40]

May 23, 2019

This week’s guest on Health Theory is Dr. Jack Wolfson.  Dr Wolfson is a board-certified cardiologist and the founder Wolfson Cardiology where he uses in-depth testing and targeted nutrition to prevent and treat cardiovascular disease.  In this episode he talks about how to live to 100, body pollution and how to properly do the paleo diet.

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SHOW NOTES

What everybody should be doing in terms of lifestyle to live a long and healthy life [2:05]

What you should keep in your fridge and pantry if you want to be healthier [10:39]

Dr. Wolfson talks about how people develop inflammation in the heart [13:59]

You’ve heard of leaky gut, but have you heard of “leaky heart”?  [15:45]

Dr. Wolfson talks about why fruit isn’t healthy [21:33]

What’s your daily routine?  Dr. Wolfson talks about his daily routine [24:22]

Should you be fasting?  [28:01]

Why he recommends high intensity interval training over long slow training [33:55]

The benefits of being barefoot [37:51]

Where heavy metals are contaminating your life and how to mitigate your exposure [43:59]

 

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FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TheDrsWolfson



May 14, 2019

This week’s guest on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu is Mark Manson. Mark Manson is the New York Times bestselling author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fuck and the new book, Everything is Fucked: A Book About Hope. In this episode he talks about eating shit sandwiches, the importance of hope and how to peel away the layers of your values & identity.

 

This episode is sponsored by:

 

SHOW NOTES:

Why Mark Manson focuses on values rather than traditional metrics of success [3:01]

What made Mark Manson change his focus from music to writing and why he “mourned” his change in career [8:03]

How to establish a foundation of strong values for yourself (and why it matters) [10:19]

How to decide what your beliefs should be in order to have a better life [14:24]

Why you need to decide on your favorite flavor of “shit sandwich” [17:24]

His description of Newton’s emotional laws and why you shouldn’t always trust your emotions [18:53]

How to build your willpower so that you can do things that are difficult [22:38]

“Our self worth equals the sum of our emotions over time” [28:06]

How to create a new identity and sense of self (how do you find yourself in a moment of crisis?) [31:24]

How to develop resilience and why you have a relationship with yourself just as you have a relationship with someone else & the difference between low and high self-esteem [32:44]

How to peel back the layers that make up your sense of self [36:19]

The truth about identity [40:27]

Why you should always be challenging yourself [42:15]

Why you should surround yourself with people who disagree with you [42:43]

Where you can find out more about Mark Manson [43:29]

The impact Mark Manson wants to have in the world [44:04]


PEOPLE MENTIONED:

Immanuel Kant [15:07]

Sir Isaac Newton [18:53]

 

BOOKS MENTIONED:

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck https://amzn.to/2HiXQsb

Everything Is F*cked: A Book About Hope https://amzn.to/2LGE1iS

May 9, 2019

This week’s guest on Health Theory is Dr. Steven Gundry.  Steven Gundry is a cardiothoracic surgeon, researcher and author who has performed over 10,000 surgeries throughout his 40-year career.  In this episode, he talks about the impact our diets have on our health, why the gut is the source of our health, and how to stay young at any age.



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SHOW NOTES

The myths of aging [01:52]

Why aging starts in the gut [03:28]

How to gut actually works [07:55]

Why glyphosate is everywhere [10:18]

Why we're thinking about heart disease all wrong [12:18]

What are lectins and why are they so dangerous? [16:49]

The role of fat in areas of inflammation [19:32]

How your immune system reacts to misplaced bacteria [22:59]

Why amyloid plaques aren't the cause of dementia [26:09]

What is the APOE-4 gene mutation?[29:04]

How fecal microbial transplants may fix your gut [30:39]

Is the key to health in the holobiome? [35:12]

Why women are more able to listen to their gut [37:03]

The potential causes of autism [38:15]

Foods that can improve your gut health [41:57]

Why exercise can prevent Alzheimer's [44:05]

The importance of "washing" your brain [46:10]

Why olive oil is miraculous [49:35]

 

 

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May 7, 2019

This week’s guest on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu is Irwin Winkler.  Irwin Winkler is an Academy Award-winning film producer and director with over 50 years of experience in the movie business and credits like Rocky, Goodfellas, and Raging Bull to his name.  In this episode, he talks about the importance of failure and the meaning of success along with some tips on perseverance.

 

This episode is sponsored by:

 

SHOWNOTES:

The secret to Irwin Winkler’s longevity in the movie industry and why he values curiosity [3:09]

 

How Irwin is able to break through barriers and continue innovating in the movie industry [4:41]

 

Irwin Winkler thinks on his feet.  Here’s why [5:25]

 

Irwin Winkler’s guiding principles for producing movies and living life [9:19]

 

How Irwin Winkler developed confidence to pursue his ideas [15:38]

 

The moments that shaped Irwin Winkler’s life[17:24]

 

Irwin Winkler’s “pithy” advice for breaking into the movie industry [21:41]

 

The “why” that drives Irwin Winkler [23:55]

 

How Irwin Winkler manages stress and anxiety [24:57]

 

The secret behind Irwin Winkler’s success in marriage [27:15]

 

What has allowed Irwin Winkler to get so many films across the finish line [28:47]

 

How Irwin Winkler handles change [30:56]

 

The impact Irwin Winkler wants to have in the world [34:41]


PEOPLE MENTIONED:

Sylvester Stallone [12:44]

John Steinbeck[18:20]

William Faulkner [18:21]

Scott Fitzgerald [18:23]

Martin Scorsese [22:10]

Robert De Niro [22:20]

 

FILMS Mentioned:

Rocky [13:47]

Raging Bull [26:33]

The Right Stuff [26:39]

Goodfellas [26:46]

All the President’s Men [26:54]

Network [26:55]

Taxi Driver [26:56]

The Irishman [33:44]

Apr 30, 2019

This week’s guest on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu is Meagan Good. She is an American actress who has appeared in numerous television shows, films, and music videos as both a child and an adult. She is also the author of “The Wait” which she co-authored with her husband. In this episode, she talks about how she navigated her acting career, how to achieve your goals, and how she supports other women.

 

This episode is sponsored by:

  • Timeular: Get 10% off your order by visiting: www.timeular.com/impact; or use discount code 'IMPACT'
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SHOWNOTES

How Meagan Good overcame racism and discrimination [3:04]

 

Why so many people get lost on their journey and the daily practice you can do to make sure you stay the course [4:49]

 

Why Meagan Good works with young women and how to shift your perspective toward success [5:49]

 

Why Meagan Good focuses on improvement and persistence [7:36]

 

Meagan Good’s process for learning [8:30]

 

How she processes through rejection [10:25]

 

Why her Mom is her hero and what she taught her about faith [12:19]

 

How she learned the importance of work ethic and why she says success isn’t sustainable without it [15:21]

 

Why she values mental toughness in the gym as well as in life [17:45]

 

How to push yourself further than you ever thought possible [20:36]

 

How to stay hungry even after you’ve succeeded [22:26]

 

Meagan Good’s process for keeping things fresh in her career [24:00]

 

What excited her about her recent role in the movie, “Intruder” [26:05]

 

Her insights on marriage, love and relationships [26:53]

 

Where you can find Meagan Good and see her movie [34:49]

 

The impact Meagan Good wants to have in the world [35:22]

 

PEOPLE MENTIONED

 

Martin Luther King Jr.  [14:27]

 

David Goggins http://bit.ly/2WhKZLW [19:06]

 

Dennis Quaid [23:48]

 

BOOKS MENTIONED

 

The Wait https://amzn.to/2GQdsDk  [32:02]

 

QUOTES:

 

“Some women are lost in the fire, and some women are built from it.” [3:04]

 

“Faith is stepping on the first step when you can’t see the rest of the staircase.” [14:27]

Apr 25, 2019

This week’s guest on Health Theory is Jillian Teta.  She is an author, a doctor of integrative medicine and the creator of Fix Your Digestion.  In this episode, she talks about how to heal your digestive system, the truth about integrative medicine, and the importance of nutrition.

 

This show is brought to you by Primal Kitchen: "Visit primalkitchen.com/impacttheory today to get a free bottle of their amazing Organic Unsweetened Ketchup when you order a Keto Kit."

 

SHOW NOTES

A grounded way to approach figure competitions [01:44]

How to learn to trust yourself [05:01]

Tips for getting in tune with your body’s signals [06:28]

What it takes to develop a figure competitor physique [09:35]

How Jillian approaches new patients [11:11]

Does digestive distress start in the brain? [12:39]

How to de-stress your gut  [18:40]

Why you should care about blue light [24:50]

The importance of owning your story [27:28]

Why you need to set boundaries [29:32]

How to feed your microbiome [32:58]

What to look for in a probiotic [37:00]

The efficacy of Fecal Microbial Transplants [40:08]

How to boost your digestive fire naturally [42:24]

The most exciting thing coming in the health space [45:47]

 

FOLLOW JILLIAN

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

TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2PxM6EQ

FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2Vr7Zem

Apr 24, 2019

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SHOWNOTES

Advice on how to combine passion and knowledge to create new business ideas [2:12]

What to do if your job is toxic and affecting your mental health [5:52]

How to identify patterns in your life [13:29]

How to raise your children so they have a growth mindset [16:42]

What to do if you feel like you’re being taken advantage of at work [22:11]

Tom’s “risky” business advice & why momentum matters [26:22]

How to feel more comfortable in front of the camera [30:52]

How to prepare for sleep deprivation [32:44]

BOOKS MENTIONED

GRIT by Angela Duckworth [14:52]

Mindset by Carol Dweck [17:01]

Apr 23, 2019

This week’s guest on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu is Talib Kweli Greene.  Talib is an MC, recording artist, entrepreneur and social activist who has been influencing the culture at large for over 20 years.  In this episode, he talks about why knowledge is so valuable and yet so scarce, why success metrics are self-defined, and the difference between being an artist and a businessperson in the music industry. 

This episode is sponsored by:

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  • ButcherBox. Use the discount code: "TOM" at butcherbox.com to get 20$ off and FREE BACON
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  • Fundrise: Get your first 3 months of fees waived by going to fundrise.com/impact

 

SHOWNOTES

How to create yourself like Talib Kweli created himself [2:47]

 

Where Talib got his tenacity, work ethic and creative spirit [4:48]

 

Why business and artistic moves are equally important [6:31]

 

How Talib chooses to respect creatives [8:20]

 

Why Talib believes all artists are optimists [9:53]

 

How to move through the world [10:28]

 

Talib’s experiences in high school and how he learned to become indispensable [12:32]

 

How to become indispensable [13:52]

 

The world’s best advice on how to navigate through the world [14:12]

 

A prevalent belief about names in African American communities and why Talib’s name was so important to live up to [17:21]

 

If Talib could live forever, this is what he would do [20:56]

 

How Talib values connection and being in touch [23:42]

 

Why our memories are changed by our current mood and how Talib views evolution and reinvention [26:02]

 

How to step into a higher calling [28:02]

 

Knowledge, Wisdom and Understanding & why Talib has to be the leader he’s looking for [30:02]

 

How Talib shapes culture and how he wants to influence it moving forward [31:17]

 

Some lessons that Talib has learned about becoming braver [33:49]

 

Why he would go independent faster if he could go back in time [35:49]

 

How to discover and define yourself & create your success [36:24]

 

Talib’s opinion on trolls and the importance of following through on the truth [39:20]

 

Why we are too polite as a society [43:01]

 

How to build your value system intentionally [44:32]

 

The impact Talib Kweli wants to have in the world [46:38]

Apr 19, 2019

In this week’s episode of Relationship Theory,  Tom and Lisa discuss the importance of learning your partner’s love language, tips for living together, and the future of this show.

 

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Apr 17, 2019

This episode of AMA is brought to you by our sponsors.

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Tom answers questions from the community.

To have your question answered, email “AMA Question” to ama@impacttheory.com 

What to do if your life completely falls apart after a traumatic event and you need to get back to where you were [2:07]

Why you have to get a clear vision of who you want to become and what you’re willing to do to get there [6:16]

The master you must embrace if you want to get somewhere [10:21]

How Tom breathes when he meditates [16:49]

How to get focused by building your 'skill of caring' [21:51]

How to dial in your diet & start intermittent fasting [24:04]

What to do if you want to get a new job, but you don't feel qualified  [27:15]

Apr 16, 2019

This week’s guest on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu is Robin Sharma. Robin Sharma is considered to be one of the top 5 leadership experts in the world. He has worked with rock stars, royalty, billionaires and many celebrity CEOs. His books, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, The 5am Club, and The Leader Who Had No Title have topped numerous international bestseller lists. In this episode, he talks about why you should wake up early and how to get clarity around your life's mission.

This episode is sponsored by:


SHOW NOTES:

How to cultivate enthusiasm and become a high achiever [3:33]

How to optimize your energy [4:04]

Why you should wake up before the sun rises and Robin Sharma’s 20/20/20 framework [4:59]

The thing that billionaires, producers and successful people have in common [7:43]

How to turn a want into a crushing need and commit to your dreams [8:18]

Why so many people are brainwashed into believing they are not capable of amazing things [10:14]

How he bucked his 9-5 and started his business [11:30]

Robin Sharma’s detailing of the 4 interior empires [12:00]

“Nothing is more expensive than losing your joy and your peace of mind.” [12:22]

The importance of heart-set, health-set, and soul-set [13:03]

How to become braver, more courageous and accomplish more [15:16]

How to process through trauma [18:27]

How to eliminate distractions from your life [21:46]

How to unlock your inner genius [23:27]

Robin Sharma’s thoughts on patience vs. impatience [24:37]

3 traits to cultivate in yourself if you want to be a leader [25:54]

What drives Robin Sharma to keep working [28:43]

Robin Sharma’s deepest and most cherished core values [30:57]

Robin Sharma’s protocol for biohacking [33:28]


BOOKS MENTIONED:

The 5 am Club by Robin Sharma https://amzn.to/2Gnpa8e


PEOPLE MENTIONED:

Jean Michel Basquiat [9:34]

K. Anders Ericsson [10:30]

Galileo [14:35]

Steve Jobs [14:38]

Phil Knight [14:41]

Nelson Mandela [15:59]

Jack Welch [25:55]

Warren Buffett [26:00]

Usain Bolt [35:56]

 

Apr 12, 2019

In this week’s episode of Relationship Theory,  Tom and Lisa discuss how to feel more connected to your partner.


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Apr 11, 2019

This week’s guest on Health Theory is Dr. Robert Zembroski.  He is a physician, nutritionist and cancer survivor. From his experiences rebuilding himself after a cancer diagnosis, he wrote the book, Rebuild: Five Proven Steps To Move From Diagnosis to Recovery And Be Healthier Than Before.  In this episode he talks about why most diseases are self inflicted and how to start looking for answers outside the traditional medical system.

 

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SHOW NOTES

Why Robert blames himself for his cancer [01:21]

The mindset it takes to battle cancer [05:22]

How to become your own advocate [06:59]

The importance of asking why in order to rebuild your body [08:23]

Why you have to have a vision for better health [12:34]

How to address a real life cancer diagnosis [14:30]

The nutrients you must get to stimulate your immune system [18:09]

How to build the physique of your dreams [22:50]

Why you need to shift your perception of stress [26:06]

How to naturally raise testosterone levels with food [28:39]

The best exercise plan to build muscle [32:02]

How to eat like a varietarian [33:28]

Important testing to check your health [35:10]

Why you shouldn't care about weight [38:48]

Why lack of physical movement is killing you [41:33]

How to actually assess your health [44:50]



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Apr 10, 2019

Tom answers questions from the community

 

To have your question answered, email us at ama@impacttheory.com with the subject, “AMA Question” 

 

SHOWNOTES

 

Tom’s step by step process for developing an extraordinary sense of self awareness [1:57]

 

Practice gratitude if you want to consistently feel grateful [7:00]

 

Tips for introverts: How to become more extroverted [10:55]

 

How to deal with perfectionism, procrastination, and decide what to pursue in life [15:33]

 

How to close the gaps in skillset to get where you want to go [18:51]

 

How to make family and friends feel important to you when you’re chasing the dream [21:36]

 

How Tom handles his text messages and notifications to be more productive [27:03]

 

How Tom handles social media [28:42]

 

How to deal with feeling chronically unfocused [31:34]

 

What to do if you’re middle aged and not sure what to do next? [34:54]

 

PEOPLE MENTIONED

Scot Harris (Charity Water) [9:55]

Steve Jobs [17:46]

Brendon Burchard [33:27]

Ben Greenfield [34:15]

 

BOOKS MENTIONED

Mindset by Carol Dweck [19:31]

Cal Newport Digital Minimalism 27:03
Spark by John J Raty MD [32:57]

Apr 9, 2019

This week’s guest on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu is Amanda Nguyen. Amanda is the founder and CEO of Rise, a non-governmental civil rights organization and the power behind the Sexual Assault Survivors' Rights Act, one of 23 bills to pass unanimously through US Congress. In this episode she talks about how to make your goals a reality, what she went through to get the laws changed, and the importance of purpose.

 

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

 

SHOW NOTES:

How to break down big problems and change the world [3:07]

Where to start if you aren’t sure where to begin in order to make your dreams come true [4:34]

A tweet can turn into a movement [5:33]

How she realized that she had to start changing the law and discovered her North Star [6:08]

How to connect to hope in the face of tragedy and how she’s built a movement around hope [7:45]

How she was strategic about bringing people together and the tools of deploying empathy she used to make things happen [10:45]

How she trains her RISERS so that they don’t face unnecessary division [13:25]

How to apply these tools and tactics into your regular everyday life [14:30]

Why she wants to be an astronaut [16:48]

The “overview effect”: a cognitive shift that takes place when you go into space [17:57]

2 burning questions that she wakes up to every single day [18:56]

“It’s built into our DNA that we want to be explorers” [20:18]

Why she is so dedicated to helping people establish an empowering frame of reference for their life [21:17]

Why she considers herself a “pathological optimist” and actively cultivates optimism [23:03]

How to cultivate optimism [24:29]

Which traits have allowed her to accomplish everything that she has [25:26]

Her unpopular opinion on hard work [25:45]

How to be authentic by figuring out what makes you cry [27:25]

How to heal after a traumatic event [28:03]

Her tips for negotiation, “be like water” [29:20]

The only 4 people who have agenda-making authority [30:49]

“Learn the system, hack the system.” [31:57]

How she deals with adversity by leveraging human behavior [35:03]

How she makes a game out of developing new skills in service of her goals [36:25]

The magic of narrative training [37:36]

The impact Amanda Nguyen wants to have in the world [40:06]


PEOPLE MENTIONED:

Senator Charles Grassley http://bit.ly/2Igq7jY [30:19]

Mitch McConnell http://bit.ly/2G2DH9g [31:20]

Bob Goodlatte http://bit.ly/2I2yTCX [31:36]

Paul Ryan http://bit.ly/2G3asTO [31:38]

Apr 5, 2019

In this week’s episode of Relationship Theory,  Tom and Lisa discuss how to deal with cheating.

 

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Apr 4, 2019

This week’s guest on Health Theory is Naomi Whittel.  Naomi is the New York Times bestselling author of Glow 15, a Science-Based Plan to Lose Weight, Revitalize Your Skin and Invigorate Your Life. In this episode she talks about the foundations of youth, the natural tendencies of the body, and mindset.


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SHOW NOTES

The foundations of youth [01:40]

Why you should be eating as many herbs as possible [06:40]

Why polyphenols are important and where you can find them [09:15]

How to kick off autophagy without fasting [10:58]

The best foods for glowing skin [15:37]

How Naomi got into keto [17:13]

Why exercise is an unnatural process [20:54]

How to tell if a workout is working for you [23:55]

How health plays into mindset  [25:24]

Why intermittent fasting is a great health tool [28:33]

The reason food timing makes a difference [31:07]

How protein cycling helps stimulate autophagy [34:39]

What to do to get glowing skin [36:53]

Naomi’s daily skin routine [40:47]

Is caffeine bad for the skin? [42:33]

The one thing you need to work out to feel more youthful [43:10]

 

 

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Apr 3, 2019

This episode is brought to you by Skillshare: Start learning on Skillshare today with 2 free months at skillshare.com/impacttheory

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Tom answers questions from the community.

 

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

 

SHOWNOTES:

 

How Tom toughened up and how you can too (his step by step process) [00:11]

 

What to do when you’re not sure about what your goals should be [6:35]

 

What to do if you’re experiencing loneliness and you’re not excited about what you’re doing [11:58]

 

Should you stick it out in your current field or change it up and try something new?  [15:01]

 

How to pursue your passion when it’s costing you money [20:20]

 

How to find a career path when you’re 30 and you feel lost [26:01]

 

What to do if you have Approval Addiction [31:19]

 

What to do if you’re not content with your job [35:25]

 

How to get experience when nobody wants to take a bet on you [37:45]

 

How to follow through on your goals by learning how to turn your wants into burning needs [41:01]

 

 

PEOPLE MENTIONED:

 

Wim Hof http://bit.ly/2WJdaTY [3:30]

 

Kevin Kelly  http://bit.ly/2I8jss0 [7:21]

 

Daniel Amen http://bit.ly/2CLnDXp  [32:30]

 

BOOKS MENTIONED: 

 

Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy https://amzn.to/2HUFwHm  [34:37]

Apr 2, 2019

This week’s guest on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu is Ajit Nawalkha, Ajit is an entrepreneur and the author of LIVE BIG The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Passion, Practicality and Purpose: https://amzn.to/2YpOCRh. In this episode, he talks about his experience with startups, why he went from an entrepreneur to an intern at Mindvalley and the importance of culture.

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SHOW NOTES:

What traits allowed him to go from being a founder in his own company to take a step back and become an intern [2:17]

 

Why you need to “know thyself” and not be afraid of stepping into the unknown, as well as what it takes to start something [4:02]

 

What ZFG means and how you stop caring what people think of you and do your own thing [7:37]

 

How to get out of social comparison and familial pressure to find clarity about what you want [12:40]

 

Why more activity usually means less success [14:14]

 

How he went down the path of awareness and built his life around becoming happier [16:36]

 

His counterintuitive approach to goal setting [19:31]

 

How Ajit defines fear [20:47]

 

How to reinvent yourself and have a look at your values [22:43]

 

Why you can change in any moment you choose (and how to stay in a place of joy) [24:33]

 

How to assess the way you “show up” in different situations [26:44]

 

How to identify your values [28:21]

 

What he would say to people who choose values that sound good vs. are actually right for them [31:32]

 

Ajit’s perspective on choice [32:21]

 

The impact Ajit wants to have on the world [33:56]

Mar 29, 2019

In this week’s episode of Relationship Theory,  Tom and Lisa discuss how to actually make a long distance relationship work.

 

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Mar 28, 2019

This week’s episode of Health Theory is a special about the benefits of the ketogenic diet.  In this episode, multiple experts including Dave Asprey, Dom’ D’Agostino and Ken Berry, share their knowledge about the Ketogenic Diet so that you have the most important facts all in one place.

 

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SHOW NOTES

What is the keto diet? [00:32]

The cholesterol myth [03:38]

What to eat on a keto diet [06:45]

How to know if keto is right for you [15:41]



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Mark Sisson: https://youtu.be/k1jXS6Ue3GM

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Carl Lanore: https://youtu.be/BsZKgAxYzgA

Molly Maloof: https://youtu.be/KpbJhR3nhSE

Drew Manning: https://youtu.be/cqwQosiUhTk

Max Lugavere: https://youtu.be/qplhqCKj_wE

Dave Asprey: https://youtu.be/zn-zSs312ro

Ken Berry: https://youtu.be/UzE1ZsplHIQ

Suzanne Ryan: https://youtu.be/JqyVSVGydn8

Mar 27, 2019

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Tom answers questions from the community

To have your question answered, email us at ama@impacttheory.com with the subject, “AMA Question” 

SHOWNOTES

Should you let your end goal fuel you or the enjoyment of what you do from day to day?  [2:04]

How to map out your skill acquisition and value yourself for improvement so that you succeed faster [4:14]

Who are some people that influenced Tom’s thinking and can help you develop a growth mindset? [5:19]

How to find joy in the things you do each day [8:08]

Don’t value yourself for the grind [10:29]

Great advice for someone feeling depressed, living at home at 30 and looking for a path in life [10:47]

What to do if you suffer from “approval addiction” [16:02]

How to “pattern interrupt” yourself [17:26]

Why Tom parks his car backwards in the street [18:06]

Should you stay in your field or not?  [20:06]

What to do If you’re in the job market vs. if you’re thinking about getting a degree [23:41]

How to follow through on what you say you’re going to do [25:49]

“Desire is a buildable muscle” here’s how to start [26:51]

How to change virtually everything in your life and get whatever you want [28:33]

 

PEOPLE MENTIONED

Tony Robbins https://bit.ly/2FXR1gu [5:57]

Lisa Bilyeu (Women of Impact) https://bit.ly/2wD7QGh [7:19]

The Beatles [13:32]

Daniel Amen https://bit.ly/2UWZ3tL [17:12]

 

BOOKS MENTIONED

Mindset by Carol Dweck https://amzn.to/2CHIpaq [6:43]

Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink https://amzn.to/2CFsY2y [6:56]

GRIT by Angela Duckworth https://amzn.to/2usu0dy [7:02]

The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday https://amzn.to/2WkbMa6 [7:08]

Feeling Good - The New Mood Therapy https://amzn.to/2usurVe [19:29]

Mar 26, 2019

This week’s guest on Impact Theory is Dan Schawbel.  Dan is an entrepreneur and New York Times bestselling author.  His books include Back to Human https://amzn.to/2CEaSxL and Promote Yourself https://amzn.to/2WhCsYW among others.  In this episode, he talks about the importance of relationships and how technology can either die us apart or bring us together.

 

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SHOWNOTES:

Why you need to start focusing on fulfillment (and how it allows you to be a role model to other people) [2:49]

 

The best way to learn what you want to do in life and what you value [4:01]

 

How to identify your values and develop self-awareness (start spending more time with yourself) [5:39]

 

You have to understand yourself [8:25]

 

How to overcome bullying and stay positive even when you’re a lone wolf [9:18]

 

The narrative he tells himself [12:51]

 

Why he embraces his dark side and uses it for motivation [15:29]

 

How to get ahead in work and life [16:12]

 

Creating a brand around yourself and the process for being self-aware [19:12]

 

Why he writes down values, goals and tips for himself based on feedback [21:33]

 

Why only spending time alone decreases your creativity [23:08]

 

How Dan Schawbel looks for models to imitate [26:42]

 

Why Dan doesn’t think people change over time [27:59]

 

His hack for vulnerability [30:32]

 

How to be more productive and creative by changing your vibe [32:02]

 

Instruct your day so that it reflects what you want to get out of it [33:04]

 

This is the problem with our culture in America [34:47]

 

Why he started doing research [35:50]

 

His BEST productivity “habit” is reading for 30 minutes about what is going on in the industry [38:37]

 

What to do if you’re hitting a roadblock and things are against you [39:44]

 

How he got out of depression and you can too [40:26]

 

The truth about the loneliness epidemic [42:04]

 

The Impact Dan Schawbel wants to have in the world [48:16]

Mar 22, 2019

In this week’s episode of Relationship Theory,  Tom and Lisa discuss when it’s a good idea to wait to start a relationship.


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