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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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Oct 17, 2019

Dr. Will Cole believes we are living through a crisis of chronic inflammation, and that it affects every aspect of physical and mental health. On this episode of Health Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Will Cole explains the wide range of issues that cause inflammation, from sugar and pesticides to mental baggage and past traumas. He also offers very concrete advice on how to figure out exactly where you are on the inflammation spectrum, improve your diet, and deal with self-sabotaging behavior.

 

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Will describes excessive, chronic inflammation as the disease of modernity [1:40]

Will explains the difference between genetics and epi-genetics [3:23]

Will describes the most common causes of chronic inflammation, especially food [5:03]

Will describes the inflammation spectrum, and the 7 areas where inflammation occurs [6:46]

Tom talks about his low-grade anxiety, and Will shows his process for helping a client [8:03]

Will discusses how inflammation is showing up even in very young people [13:25]

Will talks about what to do when you are not resistant to sugar and carbs [16:13]

Will explains what makes a ketogenic diet beneficial [17:03]

Will describes self-sabotage, how baggage and trauma harms their diet [20:16]

“You can’t heal a body that you hate.” [22:16]

Will describes the science and the art of functional medicine [24:05]

Will explains why he migrated away from being vegan [26:04]

Will talks about the most common vegetarian mistakes [28:29]

Will and Tom discuss the carnivore diet, which Will is surprisingly supportive of [29:44]

Will explains how harmful bacteria can survive much longer than anyone would expect [33:11]

Tom and Will discuss whether a carnivore diet can provide all necessary nutrients [35:02]

Will describes the benefits of intermittent fasting [36:45]

Will advocates cutting sugar out, calling sugar a recreational drug [40:02]

 

FOLLOW Will Cole:

 

WEBSITE: https://drwillcole.com

INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2Mhji39

FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/33B42E2

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

Oct 15, 2019

Simon Sinek achieved international fame with the TED Talk “How great leaders inspire action” and his first book “Start With Why.” Now he is expanding his discussion of leadership and delving into the question of what has gone so wrong for businesses and their leaders. In this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Simon Sinek goes deep into the subject of his newest work, “The Infinite Game.” He shares that most leaders don’t understand the infinite game they are in. Simon explains how our current business climate creates poor leaders, how to change that climate, and how to build the clarity and courage necessary to lead with an infinite mindset.


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SHOW NOTES:

 

Simon defines an infinite game and advocates leading with an infinite mindset [3:27]

Simon advocates prioritizing people over revenue and profits [5:29]

Simon explains why prioritizing employees ends up leading to higher profits [8:01]

Simon describes why psychological safe spaces are necessary [11:03]

Simon explains why you can’t incentivize performance [13:02]

Simon describes economic history and how businesses became less people-friendly [14:36]

Simon advocates that leadership is a lifestyle and that it ought to be ethical [22:01]

Simon describes the importance of a just cause and how it differs from your “why” [26:21]

Simon explains why we have poor leaders [29:28]

Simon explains how to become a good leader [31:03]

Simon describes his belief that good leaders need worthy rivals [33:10]

Simon advocates the willingness to make profound strategic shifts to advance [36:26]

Simon explains how to build the courage to play the infinite game [40:27]

Simon advocates exhibiting empathy towards whoever is closest to you [44:45]

Simon and Tom discuss finding the language to describe the infinite game [47:12]

Simon advocates being the leader you wish you had [49:09]

Simon shares the impact he wants his book to have [50:49]

 

QUOTES:

 

“I’m tired of CEO’s telling me that, ‘Millennials these days don’t stick around.’ Well why would they if you don’t offer them any kind of loyalty back?” [18:35]

“Business is an infinite game. And when you play with a finite mindset lots of people suffer, including the companies they themselves are trying to build!” [21:00]

“Be the leader you wish you had.” [49:16]

 

FOLLOW:

 

WEBSITE: simonsinek.com

INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2omV0ew

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

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

 

 

BOOKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

 

“Start with Why” https://amzn.to/2p9Ntk1 [2:39]

“The Infinite Game” https://amzn.to/2p7LgFE [2:39]

“Leaders Eat Last” https://amzn.to/2p8i6pR [2:39]

Oct 8, 2019

Son of a charismatic miracle-worker, Kute Blackson could have inherited his father’s church. He could also have become the next Oprah Winfrey. But his intuition told him to find his own path. Now he devotes his life to helping other people find out who they really are, and experience true liberation. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Kute Blackson explains why we need to stop lying to ourselves, why truth is the most fundamental value, and how to reframe your negative feelings as gifts.

 

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Kute explains how to get into a state of flow by getting out of your own way [2:58]

Kute believes that there is an intelligence beyond the mind that breathes through us [4:28]

Kute advocates that there is a level where we know everything [5:33]

Kute explains how to develop your gifts [8:31]

Kute describes liberation experiences [11:31]

Kute explains why it’s important to embrace death and realize that life is temporary [15:10]

Kute advocates that we keep ourselves stuck by lying to ourselves [22:35]

Kute describes how your negative feelings are gifts [24:05]

Kute shares the story of how he developed the courage to live his own life [26:19]

Sometimes the real challenges show up when you find your purpose [27:41]

Kute claims that life is actively trying to express itself through us [29:39]

Tom discusses intuition and empathy, poetry and logic [31:46]

Kute describes the process of unwinding the lies we tell ourselves [35:11]

Kute advocates giving everything you have to the moment [36:40]

Kute shares his story of how he turned down the best offer he ever got [41:15]

Kute shares the impact he wants to have on the world [48:02]

 

QUOTES:

 

“Who are you really? Are you this body? This body, every seven years, changes. Every seven years the cells change, they regenerate. So literally after seven years you have a totally different body. So are you just this body?” [18:00]

“If we want to be free we have to be willing to be ruthlessly, compassionately honest with ourselves.” [23:23]

“Many times we go to God or whatever we believe and we pray, ‘God help me!’ And God says, ‘Go tell the truth. Don’t come to me. Go tell the truth!” [23:36]

 

FOLLOW:

 

WEBSITE: kuteblackson.com

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

FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/1W4S3IW

TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2o0ywA2

 

 

BOOKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

 

“You Are the One” https://amzn.to/2o0KLN6 [2:32]

Oct 3, 2019

Sarah Wilson is no stranger to staking out controversial positions. The bestselling author who started the “I Quit Sugar” movement is now taking on anxiety and mental health. In this episode of Health Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Sarah Wilson explains why you need to quit sugar immediately, how to deal with anxiety and depression, and why the best health tips for most people are simple and inexpensive.


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SHOW NOTES:

 

Sarah talks about anxiety and how to befriend it [2:10]

Sarah describes her experience with hashimoto’s disease [5:44]

Sarah explains how she found herself in a role that didn’t fit with her values [9:20]

Sarah shares her story of becoming suicidal [12:09]

Sarah describes how to frame mental issues as positive forces [14:20]

Sarah and Tom discuss the sinister side of anxiety [18:22]

Sarah explains that panic attacks only last 20 or 30 minutes [22:16]

Sarah advocates meditation [25:03]

Sarah describes somatic theory [28:44]

Sarah describes the work people need to do to deal with anxiety [30:23]

Sarah and Tom discuss gut health and its connection to brain health [34:30]

Sarah shares inexpensive, practical tips for physical and mental health [36:19]

Sarah and Tom discuss functional medicine and first principles [38:08]

Sarah explains how to practice focus and resilience [41:38]

Sarah advocates the one change people should make to impact their health [45:30]

 

FOLLOW Sarah Wilson:

 

WEBSITE: http://www.sarahwilson.com

INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2oP77l2

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

TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2n8VBR8

Oct 1, 2019

Monster producer, musician and label-owner Steve Aoki has not only achieved incredible success in the music industry, but has managed to constantly reinvent himself to stay just ahead of global trends. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Steve Aoki shares the secrets to lasting success, his own family story, and his advice for anyone who finds themselves feeling stuck, jaded or cynical.

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Steve shares what keeps him going at age 40 [3:06]

Steve and Tom discuss the need to connect and make an impact [6:48]

Steve describes the compulsion to achieve greatness as positive [12:32]

Steve explains how he created the space to be free and to follow his passion [15:35]

Steve shares that he really appreciates his father’s tough love [20:29]

Steve talks about family and his hopes to have kids eventually [21:51]

Steve describes how he reinvents himself in music [23:37]

Steve explains how he connects with the people he works with [29:46]

Steve talks about cynicism and how he avoids it [32:19]

Steve shares his advice for people who have gotten jaded [34:42]

Steve explains how he deals with failure when it’s so common [37:42]

Steve and Tom share the impact they want to have on the world [40:36]

 

QUOTES:

 

“Anything can happen now. I really believe that. Things that were complete dream scenarios, like DJing in space, I really think that can possibly happen.” [29:19]

“Seventy percent of the things I want to do aren’t going to happen, even at my level. And it’s going to continue to be like that. But I’m going to always aim high.” [33:09]

“I wanna push myself on every level.” [14:14]

 

FOLLOW STEVE:

 

WEBSITE: www.steveaoki.com

INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2mBO8cA

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

TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2l3TRr2

 

 

BOOKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

 

Blue, the Color of Noise: https://amzn.to/2mAO3Wz [2:37] 

Sep 26, 2019

Many people think of themselves as being uncreative, or “bad” at creative activities. Chase Jarvis argues not only that creativity is a practice, a habit and a muscle, but that creativity is biologically necessary and a requirement for joy. On this episode of Conversations with Tom, Chase Jarvis and Tom Bilyeu discuss everything from the purpose of life, to quantum physics, to the disturbing fact that which zipcode they grew up in determines so much of people’s life paths.

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Tom and Chase discuss inflammatory posts and dark energy on the internet  [0:34]

Chase talks about creativity as a habit and a practice [5:40]

Chase claims that creativity is a biological necessity [8:35]

Tom and Chase discuss how people lose their creativity [11:49]

Chase clarifies that he promotes the simple awareness of creativity [16:43]

Chase wonders if love is a muscle like creativity is [18:14]

What is the no-BS answer to how to live a fulfilling life? [20:00]

Chase claims that much of our psychology is determined when we are kids [24:06]

Tom talks about desperately wanting to see other people win [29:40]

Chase advocates that unlocking creativity is the key to social transformation [34:05]

What is the purpose of life? [37:44]

Chase talks about the problems with being a type-A personality [40:15]

What is a more fulfilling life? [43:35]

Tom and Chase discuss intuition, awareness and knowing when to quit [46:22]

Tom and Chase discuss whether you need to base your ideas on biology [51:51]

Chase riffs on quantum physics and mysticism [57:41]

Chase describes the philosophy of science and degrees of falsehood [1:01:55]

Chase and Tom talk about how to build up culture [1:02:23]

Tom discusses ways to shut off parts of the brain and people can draw better [1:08:50]

Tom and Chase discuss the necessity of creating tons of bad content [1:13:33]

Chase talks about why being a bad writer was actually therapeutic [1:20:11]

“Is it working? Do I love it?” [1:24:34]

Tom puts forward the thesis that most people don’t really want anything [1:29:17]

Tom and Chase discuss how hard it is to hear the voice of intuition [1:32:17]

Tom advocates telling everyone what you are up to [1:38:22]

Chase and Tom discusses AI painting and photography [1:42:32]

Chase and Tom discuss how important it is to understand the mechanics of anything [1:47:49]

 

FOLLOW Chase Jarvis:

 

WEBSITE: www.chasejarvis.com

INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2m6kbjZ

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

TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2mp5Sb4

Sep 24, 2019

In the last year Impact Theory has brought you the world’s foremost mindset masters. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, watch as Lilly Singh, Marie Forleo, Trent Shelton, Jay Shetty, Wim Hof, and John Assaraf share their favorite mindset hacks and their best tips and stories. Learn how to control your emotions, change the way you feel, access happiness at any moment, and empower yourself in any situation.

 

This episode is brought to you by:

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Lilly Singh describes the process for finding what’s right for you [2:17]

Lilly says that your level of energy shows whether you’re on the right path [3:31]

Lilly explains how to deal with the anxiety that comes from leaving your comfort zone [4:42]

Lilly talks about taking ownership and efficiency [6:40]

Marie Forleo advocates simply deciding to change the way you feel [7:55]

Marie explains how to use gratitude to reframe your feelings [9:44]

Marie talks about how your energy comes through emails and other communications [10:51]

Trent Shelton advocates transparency because it creates connection [13:25]

Trent talks about what it means to unwrap your gifts [15:31]

Jay Shetty advocates opening yourself up to new role models and experiences [18:44]

Jay defines power from the perspective of a monk [22:36]

Wim Hof explains what happiness is and how to access it [25:30]

Wim talks about why he plays music [26:11]

Wim explains to what extent we can control our brainwaves [26:35]

Wim describes his four day retreat and how it changes people’s brains [28:21]

John Assaraf advocates using empowering language patterns [31:02]

John explains the relationship between emotions and feelings and how to control them [32:38]

 

QUOTES:

 

“The mindset is completely trainable.” [18:44]

“If I’m the problem, I am also the solution.” [7:48]

“Emotions and feelings aren’t positive or negative. They are empowering or dis-empowering to varying degrees if you don’t understand them.” [33:56]

 

FOLLOW IMPACT THEORY:

 

WEBSITE: www.impacttheory.com

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

FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2j102Jp

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

Sep 19, 2019

Harvard professor David Sinclair believes that not only can we slow aging down, we can actually reverse it. On this episode of Health Theory with Tom Bilyeu, David Sinclair explains the three levels of aging, and what can be done on each level. He describes the lifestyle changes that slow aging down, the drug treatments that begin to stop aging, and experimental new procedures that may actually reverse aging once they are fully developed.

This episode is brought to you by:

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SHOW NOTES:

 

David explains the information theory of aging [0:59]

David explains the difference between genes and the epigenome [2:17]

David describes the way that cell stress causes aging [5:20]

David explains what proteins are and how they work [6:40]

David recommends lifestyle changes to slow down or reverse aging [9:14]

David recommends stressing the system by consistent fasting [10:52]

David explains why we don’t live as long as whales [15:01]

David describes resetting the biological clock [16:16]

David explains how to tell when someone is going to die [18:47]

David explains why people are taking metformin [20:03]

David shares his regimen of exercise and metformin [24:18]

David advocates cold exposure [25:28]

David explains work he’s done to try to reset the aging clock [29:01]

David explains why you don’t want to turn the cellular clock back too far [31:37]

David describes the actual process of reversing aging in masses of cells [33:20]

David talks about some results with mice that appear to reverse aging [36:40]

David shares his father’s story of metformin and NMN use [38:10]

David explains the effects of resveratrol [39:07]

David describes the kinds of testing he advocates [43:13]

David shares the impact he wants to have on the world [45:44]

 

FOLLOW DAVID:

 

WEBSITE: www.lifespanbook.com

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

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

TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2lSh6Vc

Sep 17, 2019

Molly Bloom, the exceptional woman behind Molly’s Game, ran the world’s most successful illegal poker game. And then it all came crashing down. It’s a fascinating story, but what is more amazing is her recovery from devastating failure. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Molly Bloom explains the importance of courage, character and integrity, how to recover from even the most brutal setbacks, and how to enjoy your life on the road to success.

 

This episode is sponsored by:

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SHOW NOTES:

Molly talks about being the underdog [3:40]

What is “constructive suffering?” [4:41]

Molly advocates perseverance as the primary value [6:48]

Molly explains how her father taught her to face fear [8:48]

Molly talks about how she might raise her kids [10:25]

Molly explains why she decided to hold on to her integrity at all costs [11:56]

Molly says that her come back from rock bottom is her most impressive accomplishment [15:04]

Molly describes the process to getting her story told through a movie [16:34]

Molly defines survival mode and explains how she used survival mode to succeed [19:54]

Molly explains the “rage to master” [26:05]

Molly talks about flexibility and self-awareness, and how it’s necessary to adapt [28:15]

Molly talks about her relationship with her father [31:02]

Molly describes the advantages of femininity [33:58]

No shortcuts [37:08]

Molly advocates being ok with uncomfortable feelings and emotions [39:01]

Molly claims that meditation will make you dangerous [40:26]

Molly describes mental training and character development [42:26]

Molly discusses the limitations of self-help and how she wants to overcome those limits [45:13]

Molly shares the impact she wants to have on the world [48:47]

 

QUOTES:

“Fear is the greatest thief of dreams and a fulfilling life.” [10:18]

“He sits back in his chair and he gives me this amused expression. And he’s like, “Well I’ll tell you one thing. I’ve never met someone so down on their luck and so full of themselves.” [19:14]

“You know inside when you’ve taken a shortcut. When you haven’t shown up 100%...No shortcuts. Ever. Every detail, you put your name on.”  [38:04]

“I was around some of the world’s most successful, wealthy, powerful people. I can count on this hand and half of this hand how many people were enjoying their life.” [44:25]

 

FOLLOW MOLLY:

INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2lM3kna

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

Sep 10, 2019

Marie Forleo, author of “Everything is Figure-Outable”, is on a mission to help you succeed in life and in business. And that means showing everyone how to challenge their most deeply-held beliefs, and how to approach every situation as a learning opportunity. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Marie Forleo explains the relationship between action and clarity, how to tell the difference between fear and intuition, and why you always have to start before you’re ready.

 

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SHOW NOTES:

What does it mean to say everything is figure-outable? [2:13]

Marie describes why it was so important for her to write her book [9:21]

Marie advocates that every single person has immense personal power [10:45]

Marie describes watching her parents divorce over money [13:05]

Marie explains how to change deeply-held beliefs [16:46]

Marie and Tom discuss the only belief that matters [20:48]

Marie and Tom discuss what changed their beliefs about everything being figure-outable [24:00]

Marie explains how to face a hard truth when it comes from an enemy [26:31]

Marie describes how she uses negative emotions as fuel [29:51]

Marie explains why you have to start before you’re ready [31:57]

Marie explains the quote “failure is just an event, not a characteristic” [35:19]

Marie describes her relationship to fear [37:44]

Marie explains how to understand the difference between fear and intuition [40:41]

Marie describes the dangers of groupthink in self-development circles [44:00]

Marie details how to listen to your own body and intuition [45:32]

Marie explains that clarity comes from action and engagement, not thought [47:00]

Marie picks her favorite quote from her book [50:20]

Marie shares the impact she hopes her book has [52:42]

 

QUOTES:

“Try it before you deny it.” [11:45]

“Beliefs are a choice and every choice can be changed.” [17:49]

“Starting before you’re ready is one of the greatest secrets to kick your butt out of procrastination and into a world of growth.” [35:00]

“I win or I learn, but I never lose.” [36:03]

 

FOLLOW:

WEBSITE: marieforleo.com

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

FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2ltPR32

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

 

BOOKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

“Everything is Figure-Outable”https://amzn.to/2lRaFSc [1:46]

Sep 5, 2019

On this very personal episode of Heath Theory, Tom Bilyeu interviews the co-founder of Impact Theory (and his wife), Lisa Bilyeu. For years Lisa has suffered from catastrophic dysbiosis, and her battle with illness is actually the inspiration for Health Theory. Now that her health is manageable, she is sharing the most important lessons she has learned. In this episode, she explains why she needed to take total ownership of her health, how she dealt with shame and fear, why she has learned to use controlled experiments, and why it is so important to challenge accepted beliefs on health. 

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Lisa and Tom discuss how and when her health issues began [1:37]

Lisa shares her story of how her eating problems developed [3:31]

Lisa explains the emotional distress and shame behind her sickness [6:22]

Lisa talks about the fear of appearing weak that accompanied her chronic illness [9:51]

Lisa explains how she got over the desire to hide her illness [12:46]

Lisa and Tom discuss the first few times they sought help [15:56]

Lisa and Tom talk about how important it was for her to take ownership [23:32]

Lisa explains why taking ownership allowed her to figure out how to heal herself [26:43]

Tom and Lisa talk about how different people have wildly different triggers [33:01]

Lisa discusses what she is going to try to do next [37:17]

Lisa and Tom talk about trying the carnivore diet and other experiments [40:01]

Lisa and Tom talk about never quitting [47:04]

 

FOLLOW WOMEN OF IMPACT:

 

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

 

FOLLOW LISA:

 

INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2PjcS28

Sep 3, 2019

Danica Patrick is the most successful female race-car driver ever. And when she burst onto the scene, she attracted a level of attention and pressure that would have crushed the average person. But instead of faltering or quitting, she thrived. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Danica Patrick shares the most valuable lesson she ever learned, discusses the process towards authentic self-belief, and explains how she achieves such incredible focus.

 

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Danica hypothesizes on why there are so few women in racing [3:33]

Danica explains why she kept racing after her sister quit [4:36]

Danica describes how she built a mindset that allows her to win [6:48]

Danica shares why she dropped out of high school to go to England to race [8:41]

Danica explains why putting in the work eliminated insecurity [11:40]

Danica talks about what drives her, and how her passions are organic [13:50]

Danica says that her guiding principle is her intuition [18:32]

Danica thinks that she isn’t particularly good at dealing with change [20:43]

Danica and Tom discuss schooling and education [21:39]

Danica and Tom discuss getting over the finish line and authentic self-belief [23:49]

Danica explains why, at first, you may have to fake it ‘til you make it [26:15]

Danica explains how she deals with pressure [27:09]

Danica describes how she changes her mindset when she changes roles [29:06]

Danica shares the most valuable lesson she ever learned [30:46]

Danica explains how she focuses on the emotions she wants to feel [32:36]

Danica answers whether she believes in fate, frequency, energy, reincarnation [34:37]

Danica describes why growth always happens through pain [37:28]

Danica shares her one pinnacle trait [39:04]

 

QUOTES:

 

“The reason I didn’t get insecure about the sh*t people were saying about me is that I was doing my best.” [12:56]

“You look where your eyes go. So look forward. Don’t turn around.” [31:40]

“I believe my job is to learn and grow, and it shouldn’t be easy.” [37:02]

 

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Aug 29, 2019

Welcome to Impact Theory’s new format, Conversations! In this first episode of Conversations with Tom Bilyeu, Jason Silva visits for an incredible 2-hour, intimate discussion. In this relaxed format, both Tom and Jason feel free to intellectually roam, talking about ideas and realizations that may not be fully formed yet. Listen as they discuss ego and failure, deep values and liberation, beauty and ambition, and even why psychedelic drugs may be the answer to PTSD.

 

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Show Notes

 

Tom discusses why he wanted to start a new format [0:00]

Tom talks about how much Jason affected his approach to social media [2:15]

Jason talks about ego and watching someone else shine [3:57]

Jason talks about mirroring, comparing and leaving a constrained world [6:30]

Tom violently disagrees with the idea that it’s enough to impact one person [9:47]

Jason advocates being ok with failure [13:02]

Jason describes “saccharine catharsis” [17:15]

Tom asks Jason to describe a step-by-step process for integrating ideas [20:04]

Tom advocates being obsessed in order to succeed in business [29:51]

Jason discusses mental health, personal crises and excessive self-consciousness [33:38]

Jason talks about becoming enmeshed in your environment [38:53]

Jason discusses humility [42:13]

Tom talks about what really haunts him, that genius might be a young man’s game [43:30]

Jason talks about how the ego becomes calcified [46:21]

“Accepting limitations is liberation” [49:33]

Tom advocates just picking something if you can’t find your passion [51:40]

Jason talks about minimizing future regret [53:05]

Tom talks about the importance of being able to make good snap decisions [56:15]

Jason talks about psychedelic drugs treating PTSD [1:01:40]

Tom and Jason talk about changing the electrical firing patterns of the brain [1:10:16]

Jason explains how he approaches learning [1:13:42]

Jason describes how we miss beauty and wonder [1:19:35]

Tom and Jason discuss debates between Sam Harris and Jordan Peterson [1:23:37]

Tom and Jason discuss storytelling [1:28:39]

Tom discusses emotions and the body [1:35:00]

Jason describes how movie theaters increase people’s reactivity [1:37:25]

Jason talks about how much he enjoys just being able to talk off the cuff [1:41:10]

 

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Aug 27, 2019

Why do so many people feel so disconnected? Famed spiritual guide, community activist and best-selling author Radhanath Swami claims that we feel disconnected because we really are disconnected from our true selves. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Radhanath Swami explains how to tell the difference between the real and illusory self, what spiritual practice really looks like, and why love is the most powerful motivating force.

 

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Radhanath explains how disconnection leads to seeing illusion instead of reality [2:42]

What is our true self? What is reality? [4:37]

Radhanath and Tom discuss how to tell the difference between real and illusory threats [5:46]

Radhanath uses Redwood trees to explain why unity is strength [10:17]

Radhanath advocates that we have a living force that lives in a body and has a mind [15:44]

Tom asks why it’s worth it to pursue the difficult spiritual path [19:50]

Radhanath describes how to start the journey towards love and spiritual awakening [23:20]

Radhanath discusses psychedelics and medications [27:45]

Radhanath describes exactly what spiritual practice looks like [30:37]

Radhanath explains arrogance, envy, and selfishness as dust collecting on the mind [34:15]

Radhanath describes passing through illusion to living an enlightened life [37:55]

Radhanath shares the impact he wants to have on the world [41:31]

 

QUOTES:

 

“When we understand the sacredness, the beauty, the eternal nature of our own spirit, then we can recognize it in creation, in others.” [9:28]

“We’re not trying to find happiness through the things that we can get. But we actually understand that true happiness comes is sharing what we have within ourselves.” [15:11]

“Love is what we’re all searching for. Love is the most powerful motivating force.” [22:46]

 

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“The Journey Within” and “The Journey Home” https://amzn.to/31LFZkV [2:27]

Aug 22, 2019

Paul Saladino is the opposite of the stereotypical doctor promoting the carnivore diet. He sees the diet in physical, mental and even spiritual terms. On this episode of Health Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Paul Saladino goes into nitty-gritty detail on the various levels and types of the carnivore diet. So he starts with the simple steak and eggs diet and ends with hunting, butchering and eating the entire animal. He also describes the philosophy and science behind the diet, and ends up taking Tom on a fascinating intellectual journey where they discuss getting in touch with their animal nature, spirituality, and becoming a better person.

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Paul explains why he spent so much time exploring, and is so curious [1:38]

Paul describes his interest in Buddhism and Eastern philosophy [3:02]

Paul and Tom discuss the sense of awe, and how that drove exploration [5:16]

Paul shares why he returned to the medicine and what disappointed him about it [7:18]

Paul explains why nutrition is so important in preventive medicine [9:11]

Tom and Paul attempt to understand the “calories in calories out” viewpoint [10:43]

Paul describes anti-nutrients, micro-nutrients and why they matter [13:45]

Paul breaks down the carnivore diet [18:33]

Paul and Tom discuss how auto-immune diseases may be caused by gut issues [20:58]

Paul explains why he thinks we are evolutionarily carnivores [23:40]

Paul advocates that eating meat made our earliest ancestors human [26:00]

Paul describes the nitty-gritty of how to put the carnivore diet into practice [32:06]

Paul explains the basic carnivore diet of meat, eggs and liver [40:40]

Paul describes the second level of the carnivore diet, which organs to add next [42:16]

Paul and Tom discuss why they wished a vegan diet worked [42:54]

Paul and Tom discuss getting in touch with their own animal nature [45:03]

Paul shares the most important change people need to make [49:40]

 

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Aug 20, 2019

Nick is giving away a copy of his audiobook for free to Impact Theory viewers. Redeem your copy by texting the word 'Victor' to 474747. Standard messaging rates apply.

 

Nick Santonastasso was born with no legs and one arm. And he absolutely refuses to make excuses. He became a varsity wrestler, a social media sensation, and wrote the book that perfectly describes his mindset, “Victim to Victor.” On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Nick Santonastasso describes how his mindset is his superpower, how he deals with failure, and how he balances ego and confidence.

 

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Nick talks about how his parents raised him [2:52]

Nick describes his process for figuring out his body and fitness [4:22]

Nick talks about being in full victim-mode in middle and high school [7:24]

Nick explains how his mindset became his superpower [14:20]

Nick explains how failure and getting beat up helped him out [15:30]

Nick talks about how the lessons he learned in wrestling applied to life [20:27]

Nick describes why the biggest disability is a bad mindset [24:22] 

Nick describes how his value system has changed [26:46]

Nick explains how he balances ego and confidence [29:37]

What is the path to confidence? [32:05]

Nick describes what he does when he doesn’t follow through on his commitments [35:24]

Nick shares his experience with prosthetics [36:38]

Nick shares the impact he wants to have on the world [41:00]

 

QUOTES:

 

“As long as I try my best, as long as I attempt it, that’s not really failing.” [14:55]

“If I was gonna lose, I was gonna lose like a champion.” [16:29]

“People can see me on the street and be like, ‘Wow, look how disable that guy is.’ And I’m like, pfft. Have you seen your mindset? Have you seen the way you operate? Have you seen the way you react to situations, that you’re pissed off in traffic? You think the world happens TO you. I’m not disabled. You’re handicapped.” [26:03]

 

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“Victim to Victor” https://amzn.to/2KCcriP [2:42]

Aug 13, 2019

Are you tired of personal finance advice that makes you feel terrible for buying lattes? Well, the “no-BS money man for the new generation”, Ramit Sethi, is tired of bad personal finance advice too. Instead of giving you guilt trips about life’s daily pleasures, he tells you how to negotiate a 25k raise. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Ramit Sethi, author of “I Will Teach You to be Rich”, does just that. Find out how to negotiate big raises, control your spending, get out of debt, and form positive money habits that will make you financially free.

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Ramit describes the connections between systemic inequality and mindset [2:39]

Ramit talks about how 90% of people in debt don’t know how much they owe [4:16]

Ramit describes people’s invisible beliefs about money [5:35]

Tom and Ramit discuss how to get through to people about making money [8:09]

Tom and Ramit discuss spending on what you really love [12:20]

Ramit defines a rich life [14:54]

Ramit and Tom discuss dark beliefs around money [16:35]

Ramit explains how to get a 25k raise [23:15]

Ramit advocates that people desperately crave the truth [30:06]

Ramit illustrates how people victimize themselves [31:53]

What kinds of rules should people have around money? [34:53]

Ramit discusses core values and money [38:06]

Ramit describes how to have deep conversations in relationships [40:41]

Ramit explains what rules new couples should have around money [43:20]

How people should think about saving and debt [45:58]

Ramit talks about the small minority of people who are obsessed with money [48:17]

Ramit shares the impact he wants to have on the world [49:39]

 

QUOTES:

 

“Lattes is a classic example. Everybody tells you not to spend money on lattes. That’s the worst advice ever! Buy as many lattes as you want.” [11:12]

“When I ask people what’s a rich life to you, they usually say two things. Freedom, which is a very nice word, but kind of generic. And they say a number, usually a million bucks.“ [14:58] 

“No matter what, you will get the shit kicked out of you at some point in life. And you can take two routes. You can say, Oh that sucks I’m never gonna do that again. Or you can say, oh, that did suck, what did I learn from that? How can I improve?” [20:33]

“I routinely show people how to negotiate 10, 25 thousand dollar raises.” [24:55]

 

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Aug 8, 2019

Record-holding power-lifter Mark Bell didn’t start out with tremendous confidence or an intimidating physique. Through extraordinary heart and determination, he reached the heights of success in weight-lifting. On this episode of Health Theory, Mark Bell, author of “War on Carbs”, explains how to avoid the most common fitness mistakes, how to build confidence and self-belief, and why he is perfectly comfortable telling everyone to push through more pain than they think they can handle.

 

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Mark Bell talks about what originally drew him to power-lifting [1:14]

Mark and Tom discuss aggression and weight-lifting [2:24]

Mark talks about creating a narrative that pushes him [4:46]

Mark talks about struggling with reading, and deciding to learn every day [6:41]

Mark describes what gave him confidence and how he built self-belief [8:26]

Mark advocates that everyone has some gifts, and explains how to find them [11:43]

Mark says that he started lifting to attract women [14:20]

Mark describes the mistakes you should avoid [15:14]

Mark explains what to do about the fact that unhealthy food tastes good [22:17]

Mark explains how to build will-power [24:13]

Mark shares the mission statement of his company [25:02]

Is heart and determination the real juice? [26:36]

Mark and Tom discuss whether it is irresponsible to tell people to go too hard [30:51]

Mark describes the impact of the death of his brother [33:38]

Mark shares the one change people should make [37:50]

 

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Aug 6, 2019

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How does someone rebuild from the depths of failure, self-inflicted harm, and feelings of worthlessness? Doug Bopst knows all about hitting rock bottom. But sitting in jail, a miserable addict, overweight and locked in a victim mindset, he found a mentor in a cellmate who got him into fitness. On this week’s episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, watch as elite fitness coach Doug Bopst shares his story of resurrection and redemption.

 

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SHOW NOTES:

 

Doug talks about rebuilding from a sense of total worthlessness [2:57]

Doug explains how important it is that someone believes in you [5:56]

Doug describes the process by which he learned to take responsibility  [8:45]

Doug explains how seeing progress changes your outlook [11:31]

Doug describes how important faith is [12:29]

Doug talks about how, at first, channeling anger was effective in fitness [16:16]

Doug illustrates his continuing need for mentorship [19:24]

Doug describes his spiritual journey and why he went on it in the first place [21:58]

Doug advocates focusing on your process instead of immediate results [25:15]

Doug explains why he is hard on his clients [27:07]

Doug describes self-compassion, gratitude and affirmation [28:56]

Doug advocates focusing on what you can control day-to-day [30:53]

Doug describes his daily routine and time management [33:08]

Doug explains how to change the behaviors that you attach to emotions [34:15]

Doug talks about how to deal with bullying [37:43]

Doug shares what he would tell his younger self if he could [38:55]

Doug shares the impact he wants to have on the world [41:03]

 

QUOTES:

 

“You can either be a man or you can be a bitch.” [10:41]

“I literally feel like I died in jail and was reborn.” [15:37]

“You have to fail to grow stronger. You have to fail to run faster.” [19:12]

 

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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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WEBSITE: www.everettetaylor.com

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]

 

FOLLOW RAHUL

 

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FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2LTm1QT

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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BOOKS MENTIONED:
The Greatest You
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