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The School of Greatness

Lewis Howes is a NYT bestselling author, Lifestyle Entrepreneur, former pro athlete and world record holder in football. The goal of the School of Greatness is to share inspiring stories from the most brilliant business minds, world class athletes and influential celebrities on the planet to help you find out what makes great people great.


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Penn Jillette: Building the Longest Running Act in Vegas

THE HARDEST THING TO DO WHEN YOU GET OLDER IS CHANGE A HABIT. There is a Buddhist metaphor of the elephant and the rider. We are all riding an elephant. We think that we are in control. We have the reigns. But the elephant could overpower us at any moment. No matter how much we use our minds, our emotions ultimately are more powerful. This applies to the way we eat. We become slaves to our cravings and desires. Sometimes it takes something big to get back in control of our ?elephant.? On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about changing habits, being authentic, and what it takes to build the longest running act in Vegas with one of the world?s most famous magicians: Penn Jillette. Penn Jillette is a magician, actor, musician, inventor, television personality, and best-selling author best known for his work with fellow magician Teller as half of the team Penn & Teller. The duo has been featured in numerous stage and television shows such as Penn & Teller: Fool Us, and Penn & Teller: Bullshit!, and are currently headlining in Las Vegas at The Rio. He has published eight books, including the New York Times Bestseller, God, No!: Signs You May Already Be an Atheist and Other Magical Tales. Not many people can keep a marriage together for over forty years, let alone a working partnership. Penn is someone who shows up authentically every day. He isn?t afraid to express his thoughts and values even though they upset some people. So get ready to learn how to doubt yourself less and care about the things that matter on Episode 814. Some Questions I Ask: Why do we live in so much fear when we?re safer than ever? (8:00) What are you most proud of in the last few years? (9:00) Which of your parents is the most influential in your life? (47:00) What?s the lesson you still need to learn about yourself? (54:00) Is there anything you wish you would have done differently in the last years? (1:01:00) What is your superpower? (1:09:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: About the ?mono diet? (20:00) Penn?s thoughts on religion (40:00) What makes Penn and Teller successful as a partnership (58:00) About ?effective altruism? (1:13:00) How empathy makes a great magician and artist (1:19:00) If you enjoyed this episode check out the video, show notes and more at and follow at
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Live Intentionally

WRITE YOUR STORY. Everyone has a story. You do. I do. Your life will be recorded. The question is, is your story the one that you want to be told? We often let other people write our pages instead of taking the pen and doing it ourselves. If you want your life to be a masterpiece, you?re going to have to live intentionally. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with John Maxwell where he shared the gift that inspired him to live an intentional life. John C. Maxwell is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, coach, and speaker who has sold more than 25 million books in fifty languages. In 2014 he was identified as the #1 leader in business by the American Management Association and the most influential leadership expert in the world by Business Insider and Inc. magazine. The recipient of the Mother Teresa Prize for Global Peace and Leadership from the Luminary Leadership Network, Dr. Maxwell speaks each year to Fortune 500 companies, presidents of nations, and many of the world's top business leaders. John says that in order to live intentionally, you have to bridge the gap between knowing and doing. You have to take your good intentions and act them out.
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Calm Your Mind and Master Meditation

MEDITATION WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE. A lot of us are suffering, and we don?t even realize it. We?re always on the move. We?re always doing. We?re balancing so many responsibilities. We don?t take time to quiet our minds so that we can start to understand what?s going on up there. That?s why meditation is so powerful. It allows you to get to the root of your problems instead of constantly fixing the symptoms. It?s like flossing your brain. Meditation will get all ?gunk? out. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I?ve combined interviews with experts on meditation: Jay Shetty, Preethaji, Krishnaji, Dan Harris, and Andy Puddacomb. Jay Shetty is a former monk who was named in the Forbes 30 Under 30 Class of 2017 for being a game-changer and influencer in the world of Media. Jay?s daily show HuffPost Live #FollowTheReader, where he interviewed the likes of Russell Brand, Tim Ferriss and Deepak Chopra reached 1 million people daily. Jay aims to share knowledge at the pace we want entertainment, something he likes to call ?making wisdom go viral.? He has created content for and partnered with Snapchat, Facebook, National Geographic, Nasdaq and HuffPost to name a few. Preethaji is a modern day Indian philosopher and sage who has co-founded along with her husband Krishnaji the O&O Academy (school to revolutionize and transform human thought), World Youth Change Makers (an elite community of youth redirecting the future of the world through a revolution in consciousness), and One Humanity Care (a Foundation working with the vision to uplift 10,000 villages in India). Dan Harris is correspondent for ABC News, an anchor for Nightline and co-anchor for the weekend edition of Good Morning America. Harris encourages the use of meditation, and his "10% Happier" podcasts are interviews with other meditators. Harris' book, 10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Really Works ? a True Story, was published in March 2014. Andy Puddicombe is a meditation and mindfulness expert. An accomplished presenter and writer, Andy is the voice of all things Headspace. In his early twenties, midway through a university degree in Sports Science, Andy made the unexpected decision to travel to The Himalayas to study meditation instead. These masters explain the importance of meditation, the common misconceptions, and the science behind it all. It?s a lot more straightforward than you might think. So get ready to learn all about meditation on Episode 812. Some Questions I Ask: What?s the biggest lesson you learned from being a monk (5:45) What?s the intention you set every morning? (10:45) Why do we focus so much on suffering when it only hurts us? (21:10) What?s the importance of a spiritual vision? (22:35) Why is meditation so powerful? (24:45) Why is mindfulness meditation healing and how can we know what?s for us? (29:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: Why you need to deal with the root of the problem instead of relief of symptoms (7:00) A three-minute meditation to connect you to your emotions (13:00) How to end all suffering (20:40) About ?mindfulness meditation? (28:30) Three tips for meditation (37:00)
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Find Lasting Love with Matthew Hussey

BUILD YOUR CASTLE. Love at first sight is bullshit. A relationship is like a castle. You find a plot of land that has a lot of potential. Then, bit by bit, you build the castle. But it takes work from both of you. One person can?t be laying the bricks while the other is home watching TV. After lots of hard work, you?ll have something unique and ornate that belongs to you. You?ll have a castle. That?s love. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the key to lasting relationships with an international guru of the dating and relationship-coaching scene: Matthew Hussey. Matthew Hussey is a speaker, New York Times Bestselling author, columnist for Cosmopolitan Magazine, and dating expert on ABC?s digital series What To Text Him Back. His corporate clients include Hugo Boss, The Perfume Shop, Virgin Gyms, Procter & Gamble, Bare Escentuals, U.S. legal giant Weil Gotshal & Manges, and global management consultants Accenture. 50,000 women have attended his live events and he has reached over 10 million online. Matthew says that the ?activation energy? for starting relationships is lower than ever. This causes ghosting. People are less invested in relationships. But there are ways you can meet people indirectly. So get ready to learn the three things you need to build a great relationship on Episode 811. Some Questions I Ask: Do people even want to have a committed, long term relationship? (19:00) Is a great relationship when you stop thinking about your needs and not expecting anything in return? (21:30) How do we step outside of the emotional feelings in a relationship? (25:00) When do you know you?re ready for a committed, intimate relationship? (47:00) What are the three things you need to have to sustain a relationship? (52:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: About ?activation energy? and why things like Tinder make it low (10:00) Why space is important in order to not react emotionally (30:00) About the ?castle? metaphor and why you need to build together (38:00) Why the ?trash cans? define your relationship more than the highlights (45:00) The four stages of all relationships (1:02:30) The first step you can do to get out of the weeds of singlehood (1:11:30) If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes, and more at and follow at
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Lead with Love

COMMUNICATE YOUR VISION. Being an effective leader is difficult. Some do it through fear. Some do it through understanding. And others lead with love. You could be super demanding and scary and get what you want. But is that the kind of life you want to lead? Probably not. Often, leading in a way where you understand other people?s concerns will be the most beneficial to you. There?s a lot you can learn from others. Ask yourself: how can you bring people together in a way that satisfies their needs as well as your own? For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with the legendary director Jon Chu where he shared how he communicates his vision on set. Jon Chu directed the films Crazy Rich Asians, Step Up 2: The Streets, Step Up 3D, and Justin Bieber: Never Say Never. Jon graduated from the USC School of Cinema-Television where he won the Princess Grace Award, the Dore Schary Award presented by the Anti-Defamation League, the Jack Nicholson directing award, and was recognized as an honoree for the IFP/West program Project: Involve. Learn how to enlist others in your vision and lead with love on Episode 805. In This Episode You Will Learn: The kind of leader Jon wants to be (1:00) The importance of synergy in creativity (1:30) The most important thing Jon has learned about communicating his vision (1:45) How to talk to people who have concerns about your vision (2:30) If you enjoyed this episode check out the show notes and more at and follow at
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EP 809 The Power of Minimalism 445795

THE LESS YOU DO THE MORE YOU CAN RECEIVE. Take a moment to explore your habits. Do you glance at your phone during every free moment? Do you fill up your calendar with things that don?t add value? Do you spend your day working on a job that has no meaning for you? If so, your life is cluttered. Not just with stuff, but with noise. Quieting down and clearing out our schedule can be scary because it means you may have the space to face some tough questions. But when you do, you?ll find you?re able to live a much more intentional life. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I explore minimalism with five experts on the subject: Cal Newport, Jesse Itzler, Joshua Fields Millburn, Rich Roll, and Chris Guillebeau. Cal Newport is a computer science professor at Georgetown University. In addition to academic research, he writes about the intersection of technology and society. He?s particularly interested in the impact of new technologies on our ability to perform productive work or lead satisfying lives. Jesse Itzler is an ultramarathon runner who is also a bestselling author, award-winning rapper, and an original partner for ZICO coconut water. He is the co-founder of Marquis Jets and a co-owner of the NBA?s Atlanta Hawks. Joshua Fields Millburn is the co-founder of The Minimalists, which has become a hugely popular podcast and lifestyle in the past few years. Joshua and his co-host help more than 20 million people live meaningful lives with less through their website, books, podcast, and films. The Minimalists have been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, Forbes, and more. They have spoken at Harvard, Apple, and Google. Their documentary was recently released by Netflix. Rich Roll is a graduate of Stanford University and Cornell Law School, accomplished vegan ultra-endurance athlete and former entertainment attorney turned full-time wellness & plant-based nutrition advocate, popular public speaker, and inspiration to people worldwide as a transformative example of courage and healthy living. Rich became a #1 bestselling author with the publication of his inspirational memoir Finding Ultra: Rejecting Middle Age, Becoming One of the World?s Fittest Men, and Discovering Myself. Taking up where the book leaves off, in 2013 Rich launched the wildly popular Rich Roll Podcast. Chris Guillebeau is a NY Times Best Selling Author, speaker, a modern day explorer, and has been to nearly every country in the world. He is best known for The Art of Non-Conformity blog and book. He has also written guides for travel and small business topics under the brand Unconventional Guides. He organizes the annual World Domination Summit in Portland, Oregon. These five incredible teachers all have a practice of minimalism. I?ve combined key lessons from interviews with them to create a masterclass on doing less so that we can ultimately do more. So get ready to learn all about quieting down and clearing out on Episode 809. Some Questions I Ask: What was the greatest lesson you learned from Monks? (16:15) What?s the biggest personal challenge over the last few years? (32:13) If you were going to choose diet, meditation and exercise, which would you start with? (34:15) What?s the difference between a hobby and a quest? (36:39) In This Episode You Will Learn: About Cal Newport?s ?30 Day Digital Declutter? (10:53) What happens when you remove your ?pacifiers? (26:10) The question we should be asking ourselves but don?t (29:00) Why it can be good to have a quest (37:02) The importance of ?getting in the box? (39:40) Plus much more...
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Rich Froning: Becoming The World?s Greatest

WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO WIN? We can have our eyes on the prize. We can work every day to accomplish our goal. We can sacrifice and suffer to be the best. But at the end of the day, you can?t define yourself by whether or not you get ?first place.? If your identity depends on one thing, you?re bound to fail. You have to free yourself from tying your worth to winning. When you do, you just might see some amazing results. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about faith, family and CrossFit with the ?Fittest Man On Earth:? Rich Froning. Rich Froning is a CrossFit athlete known for his achievements participating in the CrossFit Games. He became the first person to win the title of "Fittest Man on Earth" four times and has led team CrossFit Mayhem Freedom to the first-place finish three times. Froning owns and operates the affiliate gym CrossFit Mayhem, located in Cookeville, Tennessee, and is a member of the CrossFit Level 1 Seminar Staff. Rich fell off the rope the first time he competed in the CrossFit Games and got second place. He felt like a very public failure. But when he released his need to win, he became unstoppable. So get ready to learn what it takes to be an outstanding competitor, husband and father on Episode 808. Some Questions I Ask: Who did you have a deeper relationship with- mom or dad? (7:18) How did you get into CrossFit? (10:00) Did you get injured a lot when training? (20:00) How did you train your mind to prepare yourself for the whole world to take you down? (33:00) How did you handle fear throughout your career? (38:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: How Rich trained for the CrossFit Games (18:00) About the changes happening in the CrossFit Games (26:00) How Rich?s faith helped him compete (35:00) The importance of pain in daily life (41:00) About Rich?s infertility and adoption journey (48:00) The three lessons Rich has learned from his years in CrossFit (58:00) If you enjoyed this episode check out the video and show notes at and follow at
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Steal the Show

FIND YOUR BIG IDEA. Anyone can craft an engaging speech. You have to start with something that drives you. Whether you?re speaking to one person or a thousand, once you find your big idea, you can continue with a few key steps that will guarantee to keep your audience wanting more. You must demonstrate that you can view the world from your listener?s perspective. Say what the consequences will be if they don?t accept your offer. And what the reward will be if they join your movement. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisit a conversation with my good friend Michael Port, who breaks down five key components of speech writing and why they work. Michael Port is a New York Times bestselling author and former professional actor having appeared in numerous films and on television. These days, Michael can be seen on MSNBC, CNBC, and PBS as an on-air expert in communication and business development and as the host of his own podcast Steal the Show with Michael Port. From creating a powerful speech to preparing for an interview, Michael assures that including these components will win your audience over. Learn how to write an incredible speech in Episode 807. In This Episode You Will Learn: What Michael means by ?big idea? (1:10) Why you need to show your listener that you understand how they feel (2:16) The importance of feeling a little pain around change (3:50) How demonstrating the consequences before the reward is key (4:00) If you enjoyed this episode, check out the show notes, more at, and follow me on
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How to Become a Full Time Influencer with Brendon Burchard, Part 2

BE THE CAPTAIN OF YOUR SHIP. As influencers, we don?t always accept that we are in control of our business. We depend on agents, our audience, or even chance to make decisions for us. But you have to get clear on your model. Reclaim your life?s agenda. Take back command of your ship. It?s the only way your business will scale. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I continue to explore what makes a successful career as an ?influencer? with a top personal growth leader: Brendon Burchard. Brendon Burchard is a 3-time New York Times bestselling author and one of the most-watched, quoted, and followed personal development trainers in history. SUCCESS Magazine and O, The Oprah Magazine, have both named him one of the most influential leaders in personal growth and achievement. Forbes named him the world?s leading high-performance coach and Larry King named him the world?s top motivational trainer. Brendon says that you can?t worry about things being perfect, you just have to have consistency. Get out there. So get ready to learn how to master ?mayhem? and ?meaning? and be your own captain on Episode 806. Some Questions I Ask: What does ?mayhem? mean? (1:07:00) How do influencers find ?meaning?? (1:14:00) Why do influencers experience self-doubt? (1:20:30) When do you feel the most loved? (1:23:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: Why you need to care about business and building a brand (50:00) The three ways to make money without working as hard (55:00) The four aspirations everyone has (1:03:00) The moment that Brendon almost gave up (1:30:00) How to be more present (1:36:00) If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes, and more at and follow at
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How to Become a Full Time Influencer with Brendon Burchard, Part 1

THE TIME TO HAVE THE MAP IS BEFORE YOU ENTER THE WOODS. There?s more opportunity now than there ever has to make money as an influencer. There are so many platforms, avenues, and audiences. But a lot of people aren?t doing it right. Everything has to be intentional. Everything. If you?re going through the motions, you?re in trouble. One of the biggest things that lights our brains up is novelty. You have to focus on what?s working and also on things in the pipeline for the future. Use the momentum you currently have but continue to reach for new heights. It takes more than just showing up. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I explore what makes a successful career as an ?influencer? with one of the most-watched speakers in history: Brendon Burchard. Brendon Burchard is a 3-time New York Times bestselling author and one of the most-watched, quoted, and followed personal development trainers in history. SUCCESS Magazine and O, The Oprah Magazine, have both named him one of the most influential leaders in personal growth and achievement. Forbes named him the world?s leading high-performance coach and Larry King named him the world?s top motivational trainer. Brendon says you need to get clear on you who are, get clear on your message, and get clear on how you are going to influence others. He gives us concrete tools to take our ?brand? to the next level. So get ready to learn how to have a powerful message and create positive change on Episode 805. Some Questions I Ask: Who should be thinking about becoming an influencer? (17:00) How do you find your message if you?re trying to become an influencer? (21:00) What is a ?market?? (29:00) What is your method and has it changed over the past 10 years? (43:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: Why you need to build a business, not just a platform (3:00) How our past can hold us back from big dreams (10:00) About the ?role model? mindset (19:00) Why you should come up with three words that define who you are (24:00) The importance of having a ?method? (35:00) The power of vulnerability (39:00) If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes, and more at and follow at
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The Power of Why

START WITH YOUR WHY. You have to believe in your vision. We all get caught up in limiting beliefs. The sooner you understand what holds you back and why the sooner you can achieve flow. Find your purpose and chase it. Once you zero in on what it is you?re trying to accomplish, it will be easier to keep your ego from getting in the way. It all comes back to your ?why.? For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Lisa Messenger where she shared how she connects to her purpose in order to stay focused on the bigger picture. Lisa is an international speaker, best-selling author, and an authority on disruption in both the corporate sector and the start-up scene. She is the vibrant, game-changing founder and CEO of Collective Hub. Lisa says that once you know what you?re working towards, you need to have insatiable self-belief that you will receive everything you need. Learn how to hustle hard for the right reasons in Episode 804. In this episode, you will learn: The importance of having a ?why? (2:00) How to thrive when you?re an introvert (2:30) Why you need to fail fast (3:20) The reason you need to tell people about your vision (4:15) Plus much more... Follow me on: Instagram @LewisHowes Twitter @LewisHowes Facebook @LewisHowes
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What It Takes To Be a Champion

YOUR SUCCESS IS IN YOUR OWN HANDS. What does it take to be a champion? You have to love what you do. You have to care about the little details that other people let slide. And you have to have deep, unshakable confidence. A lot of what separates a player from a champion is mental. We can?t ignore the importance of keeping our mind away from the negative and focused on the end goal. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I?m sharing the most inspirational clips of interviews with the world?s greatest female athletes: Maria Sharapova, Katrin Tanja Davíðsdóttir, Michelle Waterson, Sasha Digiulian, Brooke Ence, The Bella twins, Emily Skye, and Danica Patrick. Maria Sharapova is one of the world?s greatest tennis players, Katrin Tanja Davíðsdóttir is a two-time champion of the CrossFit Games, Michelle Waterson is a mixed martial artist who competes in the UFC, Sasha Digiulian is a world champion climber, Brooke Ence is an elite CrossFit Champion, The Bella Twins are former WWE Wrestlers, Emily Skye is a top fitness model, and Danica Patrick is the most successful woman in the history of American open-wheel racing. We can all get distracted by self-doubt, comparing ourselves to others, and focusing on the wrong things. But we can train ourselves to have the mindset of a champion. It feels good to be great at what you do. Get ready to learn step into your greatness on Episode 803. Some Questions I Ask: Why are you so driven to be the best? (7:00) What does it mean to be respectful of your opponent? (16:30) How do you stay focused when you?re scared? (18:57) What are some tools you use when you start comparing yourself? (30:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: The difference between ?showing up? and ?playing? (6:00) The reason you need to focus on the things you can control (12:00) Why not doing your best is doing a disservice to your opponent (18:00) How trust can heal anxiety (20:00) How to not let negative comments affect you (27:00) Follow me on: Instagram @LewisHowes Twitter @LewisHowes Facebook @LewisHowes
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Grant Cardone: Think Bigger and Take the Risk

STOP PLAYING SMALL. A lot of times when we think about growth, we think small. We say, ?How can I make thirty thousand more a year?? Instead, we should say, ?How can make 300 thousand more a year.? You?ve got to unlock yourself from your budget mentality. Other people may not understand, but you can?t get knocked off course. If you?re destined for greatness, you shouldn?t settle for anything less. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about playing big with one of the top entrepreneurs in the world: Grant Cardone. Grant Cardone is the author of eight business books, thirteen business programs, and is the CEO of seven privately held companies. Forbes calls him one of the top social media business influencers in the world. Cardone founded and manages a real estate investment firm, Cardone Capital, with $1Billion assets under management. He also travels the world consulting Fortune 500 companies, small business owners, startups and governments on business expansion. One of his enterprises recently hosted The 10X Growth Conference at Miami Marlins Park in Miami, Florida with over 34,000 business people and entrepreneurs in attendance from over fifty countries. Grant Cardone wants you to 10X your business, 10X your income and 10X your life. Everyone is underestimating themselves. So get ready to learn how to maximize your growth on Episode 802. Some Questions I Ask: What switched in your mind to go from making 30 thousand to 300 thousand? (14:00 ) When did you start to think bigger? (16:00) What advice would you have for women about following their dreams? (32:30) What do you think your superpower is? (38:00) Where would you be without having your married partner? (49:00) How do you build from a small team to a large team with a culture of success? (1:17:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: How thinking small can have lasting problems (16:00 ) About Grant?s mother?s passing (24:00) Why people only have half the formula right (52:00) The three things Grant thinks are important in a relationship (1:04:00) How to deal with haters (1:08:00) Follow me on: Instagram @LewisHowes Twitter @LewisHowes Facebook @LewisHowes
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Don't Let Your Past Define You

Knowledge is not enough. We can know what we?re doing isn?t good for us in the long run. We can know that we have weaknesses in certain areas. We can know that we have stored up pain and anxiety. But what do we do with that knowledge? You have to work through your past issues and trauma so that you stop repeating harmful patterns. It?s not easy, but it?s worth it. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Neil Strauss where he shared how he went from being a ?pick up artist? to someone capable of having a fulfilling romantic relationship. Neil Strauss is a seven-time New York Times best-selling author. In his latest book, The Truth: An Uncomfortable Book About Relationships, Strauss dives deep into the worlds of sex addiction, non-monogamy, infidelity, and intimacy, and explores the hidden forces that cause people to choose each other, stay together, and break up. Neil says that learning humility was key to helping him grow as a person. He had to admit to himself that he was smart but didn?t know everything. Learn how to heal from your past trauma and keep evolving in Episode 801. In This Episode You Will Learn: What was driving Neil to become a pickup artist (2:00) The three things Neil learn in therapy (3:00 ) About Somatic Experiencing (4:00 ) Follow me on: Instagram @LewisHowes Twitter @LewisHowes Facebook @Lewis Howes
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Byron Katie: Enlightenment Is Within You

QUESTION WHAT YOU?RE BELIEVING. We?re a slave to our thoughts. And most of the time, they?re not true. ?This person doesn?t care about me. This person did this to me. I?m not worthy of love.? Our thoughts create suffering. So how can we stop believing them? On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the ego and how to investigate our thoughts with the creator of The Work: Byron Katie. Byron Katie is a speaker and author who teaches a method of self-inquiry known as "The Work". She is the founder of Byron Katie International, an organization that includes The School for the Work and Turnaround House. TIME describes her as "a spiritual innovator for the 21st century.? Byron walks us through her four questions that help us investigate the stories we tell ourselves. After listening to this episode, you can download the worksheet for free and work on investigating your own stories. So get ready to learn how to live fearlessly on Episode 800. Some Questions I Ask: Why were you so depressed in the first place? (6:00) How do we eliminate anger? (26:00) How often do you feel suffering? (42:00) When you see something that is unjust, what do you do? (56:00) How do we tap into an abundant mindset? (1:00:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: How Byron Katie came out of her depression (5:00) Why our brain thinks harmful thoughts (13:00) The ?four questions? to get rid of untrue thoughts (18:00) The four noble truths (38:00) Why it?s important to investigate our thoughts (50:00) How to not allow fears of the future to affect your present (1:05:00)
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Wim Hof: Master Your Body and Heal the Mind

RELAX. How often do you say, ?I?m just going to get through the day.? You?re running on adrenaline. But it?s not sustainable. If you?re not relaxed, you?re not breathing. If you?re not breathing, you?re not getting oxygen. It?s a loop. You?re going to be exhausted all the time. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the power of breathing to heal our mind and body with a man known as ?The Iceman:? Wim Hof. Wim Hof got his nickname ?The Iceman? by breaking a number of records related to cold exposure. His feats include climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in shorts, running a half marathon above the Arctic Circle on his bare feet, and standing in a container while covered with ice cubes for more than 112 minutes. He developed the Wim Hof Method: a natural path to an optimal state of body and mind. He says that our brains have the power to guarantee us happiness, strength, and health. We can actually regulate our mind and the autonomous nervous system by breathing and being present. Shut Up. Go in. Feel. Be. Connect. So get ready to learn how to harness the power of the mind on Episode 799. Some Questions I Ask: How does creating stress on the body prevent disease? (4:00) What do you think about right before you get in the cold water? (8:30) Why did you get into the ice and breathing business? (16:30) Where do you feel the most loved in your life? (29:00) Who was more influential? Your mom or your dad? (38:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: How control of the autonomic nervous system in the brain can help depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders (10:00) How cold helps you still the emotion on your mind (25:00) About your sixth, seventh, and eighth senses (32:00) About the science behind the benefit of putting stress on your body (3:00) Follow me on: Instagram @LewisHowes Twitter @LewisHowes Facebook @LewisHowes
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Spend With Joy

SPEND ON THE THINGS YOU LOVE. We all have an area of life we love spending money on. For me, it?s relationships. For you, it could be travel, food, wellness or something else. This is called your ?money dial.? Once you figure out your money dial, you can spend intentionally on that rather than spending lots of money on everything. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Ramit Sethi where he shared about his concept of ?money dials? and how to spend money on the things that bring you joy. Ramit says that we should cut back spending on things we don?t care about but spend without apology on the area that makes us the happiest. We can also stop judging other people for having different money dials than us. Learn how to identify your money dial and how it can take your life to the next level in Episode 798. In This Episode You Will Learn: About the different ?money dials? people have (1:40) The most common ?money dial? (2:03) Ramit?s personal ?money dial? (2:56) What you should cut back spending on (4:18) Follow me on: Instagram @LewisHowes Twitter @LewisHowes Facebook @LewisHowes
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Jameela Jamil: Be Courageous by Being You

LET'S PUT AN END TO SELF-HATE. Shame takes on many forms. We can feel shameful about our race, our gender, about aging, and so much more. Shame makes us stay small. What if instead of feeling shame about our insecurities, we celebrated every aspect of ourselves? What if we learned to think independently instead of listening to what the media says about us? To become the powerful confident person you are meant to be, you have to identify your shame and work hard to eliminate it. It won?t just disappear on its own. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about shame with an actor who has made body positivity her mission: Jameela Jamil. Jameela Jamil is an actress, model, presenter, and body positivity activist. Following a breast cancer scare in 2016, Jamil moved to America to become a screenwriter. She is known for playing Tahani Al-Jamil on the hit TV show The Good Place. Jameela is a big proponent of therapy as a way to move past our shame. She says mental health should be a top priority for all of us despite the stigma around it. So get ready to learn how to stand up to the harmful messaging we receive from the media on Episode 797. Some Questions I Ask: How much did you shame yourself growing up? (6:30) Do men or women shame women more? (9:00) What was the biggest insecurity you?ve had? (16:00) Do you think you?d be able to make the impact you?re making if you weren?t on tv? (29:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: The difference between Brittish and American cultures (4:00) The types of shames that Jameela has ?killed off? in herself (11:00) What led Jameela to come to America (24:00) How to combat inequality in the workplace (37:00) The wrong messages that men are taught by the media (42:00) Follow me on: Instagram @LewisHowes Twitter @LewisHowes Facebook @LewisHowes
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Pete Holmes: Having Hindsight Now

FIND YOUR FLOW. You can?t always be achieving. You can?t always win, always give, and always be making an impact. Sometimes you have to receive, too. It?s how the universe works. You have to balance your ?in? with your ?out.? Even when the water recedes back from the shore it?s still the ocean. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about being equally grateful for the busy times and the quiet ones with a successful podcast host, author, and comedian: Pete Holmes. Pete Holmes is a stand-up comedian, actor, and writer who premiered his own talk show, The Pete Holmes Show, on TBS in 2013. He went on to create and star in the hit HBO series Crashing, and he also hosts the podcast You Made It Weird. Pete has learned to say, ?Yes, thank you? to whatever happens to him. So get ready to learn approach life with an abundance model on Episode 796. Some Questions I Ask: Why can?t you just achieve all the time? (26:22) How did you show getting canceled make you feel? (28:30) What does happiness mean? (42:55) What?s the biggest challenge in your life you?re actually grateful for? (1:00:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: How to have balance in life (10:00) How your thoughts don?t have power on their own (37:00) About your false self (44:00) How Pete deals with anger and sadness (55:00) How psychedelics changed Pete?s mindset (1:09:30)
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Find Your Poker Face

Nerves are important. It?s ok to be nervous when you?re up against something big.It means that you?re passionate.But you have to understand that the world is a game.You have to act like you?re confident and that you know what you?re doing. Then others will want to invest in you.After all, everyone who has the power to make decisions about you and your work is also just human.For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Todrick Hall where he shared how he is able to take on huge projects that usually take teams of at least 50 and do them with only four people.From original written and choreographed music videos, such as Virgin America?s safety video, the opening number to The 2014 Kids Choice Awards, and upcoming Target spots, Todrick Hall has mastered the art of blending live experiences with social media. Todrick is rapidly becoming one of the next great powerhouses in entertainment.Learn how to conquer your fears and achieve your dreams in Episode 795. In this episode, you will learn: What Todrick does right before he goes on stage (1:50) How to handle high-pressure situations (3:13 )How Todrick?s mom helps him stay grounded (4:21 ) Why it?s important to have friends who are honest with you (5:01) Plus much more... Follow me on: Instagram @LewisHowes Twitter @LewisHowes
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Tony Robbins: The Icon

THE SECRET TO WEALTH IS GRATITUDE. Money is not a bad thing. Money is portable power. It allows you to make the impact you want to make. It allows you to build your legacy. You have the power to take control of your money and start hoping for a better future. It?s all within your grasp. However, it doesn?t matter how much money you have if you?re not enjoying life. That?s why you need gratitude. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about mastering your money with a man who needs no introduction: Tony Robbins. Tony Robbins is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, philanthropist and the nation?s #1 Life and Business Strategist. Author of six internationally bestselling books, including the recent New York Times #1 best-seller MONEY: Master the Game and UNSHAKEABLE, Tony has empowered more than 50 million people from 100 countries through his audio, video, and life training programs. Tony uses his money to help others and give back. Once he got rid of the scarcity mindset he was able to become the man we know him as today. So get ready to learn how to gain wealth and how to use that wealth to make the world better on Episode 794. Some Questions I Ask: If you could only use one strategy, what would that be? (5:10) How does someone continue to stay hungry? (7:30) How do you stay grounded in your relationships? (10:30) How do we invest without fear? (17:00) What are you the most grateful for right now? (32:00) What are some things people can do to stop living in scarcity? (40:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: Why Tony?s mom thought his ego was too big when he was younger (11:50) How Tony views failure (8:45) Tony?s key to financial success (15:00) The difference between a correction and a crash in the stock market (22:00) How gratitude is an important part of building wealth (30:00) Tony?s system for strengthening your mind (40:00)
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Mark Manson: What People Don't Tell You about Success

THE SUBTLE ART OF NOT GIVING UP. When you accomplish your dream, you think it?s going to be amazing. But it means you don?t have a dream anymore. You have to reinvent yourself. This may sound like a first-world problem, but it?s a common struggle. When you no longer have a big goal, life seems pointless. You might be living large, but you lack purpose. On this episode of The School of Greatness, I dive deep into how to motivate yourself after you accomplish your dreams with an incredible bestselling author: Mark Manson. Mark Manson is a NYTimes bestselling author, blogger, and internet entrepreneur. He writes about big ideas and gives life advice that doesn?t suck. Mark Manson's articles have been published and quoted in CNN, BBC News, Business Insider, and more. Mark wrote The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, a book that had the kind of success that only happens every five years. But he has continued writing and growing even though what he does next will probably never reach the same level. Mark says that you don?t need to crush each day. You just need to slowly find new dreams. So get ready to learn how to keep reaching for new goals when you think you?ve reached the top on Episode 793. Some Questions I Ask: How do you handle knowing you will never reach the same success again? (5:00) How does someone develop a sense of hope? (18:00) How do you create pain for yourself when you have ?first world problems?? (24:30) In This Episode You Will Learn: The thing people don?t tell you about success (11:00) How values can help motivate you (20:00) About the ?Goldilocks amount of pain,? you need in your life (23:00) Why overcommitting is actually good (46:30) How to delegate (50:00) Follow me on: Instagram @LewisHowes Twitter @LewisHowes Facebook @LewisHowes
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It Starts with Your Breath

BREATH IS NECESSARY FOR LIFE. They say if you learn to master your breath, you?ll have the strength of ten tigers. So, why don?t we focus more on breathing? We should Breath is energy. When an endurance athlete loses control of their breath, it usually means they?re losing. But it?s bigger than that. Your life begins with your first breath and ends with your last. You exist because you breathe. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Laird Hamilton where he shared how he has mastered his breath. Laird Hamilton is best known as an American big-wave surfer and pioneer in the world of action water sports. In addition to his affinity for the water, Laird is labeled as an inventor, author, stunt man, model, producer, TV host, fitness and nutrition expert, husband, father and adrenaline junkie. Laird says that people who swim have a different relationship with breathing because they?re forced to realize its importance. He says that there are ways you can work on breathing to bring you both a sense of calm and energy. Get ready to learn all about the power of breath in Episode 792. In This Episode You Will Learn: Why breathing is so important in our lives (1:00) The connection between spirit and breath (2:00) Why swimmers have a better relationship with their breath (3:00) Different ways to train your breath (4:00) Follow me on: Instagram @LewisHowes Twitter @LewisHowes Facebook @LewisHowes
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EP 791 Be Financially Free and Pay Yourself First with David Bach

BE FINANCIALLY SELFISH. Too many people are living paycheck to paycheck. Our debt has us in handcuffs. We don?t think that financial security is possible for us. But anyone can build wealth. Anyone. You just have to pay yourself first. The key is to have your money make money. With some simple math, you can see that putting away a little bit of money every day can bring huge results. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about financial freedom with an incredible personal finance expert: David Bach. David Bach is one of America?s most trusted financial experts who has written eleven national bestselling books. His runway #1 bestseller The Automatic Millionaire spent 31 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. He has appeared on NBC?s Today Show more than 100 times The Oprah Winfrey Show six times. David says that by paying yourself first, you can save enough to become a millionaire by the time you retire. So get ready to learn the power of becoming financially selfish on Episode 791. Some Questions I Ask: How much should someone put down on a home? (29:00) What is missing in my personal financial portfolio? (32:00) What are three steps that people can do right now? (53:00) What?s the best money advice you?ve ever heard? (1:04:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: Why you don?t need a budget (8:00) The three lessons about money David?s grandma taught him (11:00) The three secrets to financial freedom (19:00) The ?rule of 72? (40:00) The dangers of subscription services (56:00) Follow me on: Instagram @lewishowes Twitter @LewisHowes Facebook @LewisHowes
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EP 790 Be the Greatest You with Trent Shelton

YOU WERE BORN ON PURPOSE. We often think of purpose as something we have to ?find.? But what if purpose is something you already have? What if you are your purpose? It?s not something that is temporary or can be taken away. It?s your essence. Other people can tell you what you?re good at. But at the end of the day, it has to resonate with you. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about purpose with a former NFL player who reinvented himself after football: Trent Shelton. Trent Shelton is a former NFL wide receiver who is now considered one of the most impactful speakers of this generation. He reaches over 60 million people weekly through hard-hitting videos and unprecedented engagement. Though based in Fort Worth, Texas with his wife and two children, Trent connects with people all over the world through his speaking engagements. Trent says that he has a magnet inside of him that drew him to his calling of speaking. He says that we all need to find our magnet. He believes that to be the greatest you, you have to find peace. So get ready to find out what really matters so that you can continue to stay true to yourself on Episode 790. Some Questions I Ask: What do you regret about the man you used to be? (13:00) How do we develop a champion mindset? (20:00) How do you maintain a championship mindset? (24:30) Why do you say that you need to burn bridges? (35:00) What?s a demon in your life? (39:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: About Trent?s past infidelities (1:00) The key to making a relationship work (8:00) How to hack fear (19:00) Why ?leverage questions? can help you reach your goal (22:00) The five principles of the championship mindset (25:00) About the four ?A?s? (50:00)
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EP 789 Learning to Lead

KEEP REINVENTING YOURSELF. We all go through times of uncertainty. There are periods we don?t understand what?s happening to us, and we feel unsure of our direction. It can make you want to give up. But it?s often when you feel the most lost that you are forced to find your purpose. Once you know your ?why,? you can weather any storm. You?ll still feel the wind and the waves, but you don?t lose your course. Use the uncertainty to find your direction. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with John Maxwell where he shared how a difficult time taught him how to be a leader. John C. Maxwell is a New York Times bestselling author, coach, and speaker who has sold more than 25 million books in fifty languages. In 2014 he was identified as the #1 leader in business by the American Management Association and the most influential leadership expert in the world by Business Insider and Inc. magazine. Learn how to use tough times to your advantage in Episode 789. In This Episode You Will Learn: The moment in John?s adult life had the most uncertainty (3:00) The book that changed John?s life (3:30) How scarcity mindset makes for bad leaders (4:00) What gave John purpose (4:30)
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EP 788 Take Your Power Back with Amanda Nguyen

YOUR MOST POWERFUL TOOL IS YOUR VOICE. We are surrounded by stories of injustice around us. It can be overwhelming. Screaming with anger doesn?t get you very far. Making the other side wrong just makes a war. So how can you make a change? You have to come from a place of compassion. Know the result that you want. Stop leading with emotion and try instead to focus on the concrete change you want to make. We live in a democracy- our voice counts. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I discuss how the legislative system works with a powerful sexual assault advocate: Amanda Nguyen. Amanda Nguyen is the founder and CEO of Rise, a non-governmental civil rights organization. She was the power behind the Sexual Assault Survivors' Rights Act, one of 23 bills to pass unanimously through US Congress. She was in Forbes' 2017 "30 Under 30" Law & Policy list and was an invited speaker at the 2017 Women's March on Washington. In 2018, California representatives Mimi Walters and Zoe Lofgren nominated Nguyen for the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize. Amanda was raped in college and soon after learned of the injustices surrounding sexual assault survivors. Instead of getting angry, she made a change. So get ready to learn how you can make a difference by taking political action on Episode 788. Some Questions I Ask: How does someone rewrite a law? (5:00) How were you able to raise two million dollars in the last two years? (19:00) What?s your biggest fear? (31:00) How does someone who has been through trauma get a message across without anger? (37:30) What makes you feel the most loved? (53:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: About the Survivor Bill of Rights that Amanda helped get passed (11:30) How to avoid ?activism fatigue? (18:30) The process for passing a bill (22:00) About Work/Life Integration vs. Work/Life Balance (33:00) How to transcend party lines when trying to make a change (40:00)
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EP 787 The Secrets of Millionaires with Dean Graziosi

ENTHUSIASM AND AUTHENTICITY. You don?t have to be the smartest in the room. You don?t have to have the most experience, the most charisma, or the best education. These obstacles won?t keep you from your goals. You just need to show up and keep showing up. Persistence is more important than anything else. I have dyslexia and was never very good in school. But if I had told myself I wasn?t smart enough to be successful, I would never be where I am today. Keep knocking on those doors. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the power of persistence from one of the most successful men on TV: Dean Graziosi. Dean is an author, investor, entrepreneur, and trainer. Dean created a multimillion-dollar real estate business, is a New York Times bestselling author, and is one of the most watched real estate and success trainers of our generation. Dean is obsessed with sharing the ?Success Habits? learned along his journey with the world. Dean came from humble beginnings but was naive enough to reach for the stars. He says that once you connect to your ?why,? you can push through anything on the way to your goal. So get ready to learn the art of persuasion from a master of infomercials on Episode 787. Some Questions I Ask: Who were your biggest mentors growing up? (6:30) How did you get out of the scarcity mindset of growing up? (7:00) What are some of the habits that millionaires have? (22:30) What do you want to accomplish in your life? (39:00) What do people misunderstand about you the most? (41:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: How consistent action can lead to success (10:00) The two things you need more than knowledge (16:30) How making someone feel understood is the key to persuasion (20:00) The power of gratitude (25:00) About the ?Seven Levels Deep? exercise (28:30) The three types of entrepreneurs (37:00)
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EP 786 Keep Your Standards High

ALWAYS QUIT. That doesn?t mean you should bail when things are hard. It means that you are not a victim to your circumstances. If the level of the project that you?re taking part in is not up to your standards, you have to leave. You can?t let other people ruin you. Your name is all you have. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with writer and producer Phil Rosenthal where he shared the secret to doing work that you?re proud of. Philip Rosenthal is the creator, writer, and executive producer of the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond. He is also the creator and star of Somebody Feed Phil on Netflix, Exporting Raymond, and I'll Have What Phil's Having. Phil tries to keep his shows at a level that he is happy with. If they?re not working, he is willing to leave and try something else. It?s not easy, but ultimately it?s for the best. Learn how to have high standards and be in control of your narrative in Episode 786. In This Episode You Will Learn: The secret behind the success of Everybody Loves Raymond (2:00) Why you should quit when things aren?t up to your level (3:00) The importance of keeping your name intact (4:00) How to learn from the things you love and emulate them (4:40) Follow me on: instagram @lewishowes twitter @lewishowes Facebook @lewishowes
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EP 785 Jason Silva: Break the Cycle of Fear and Doubt

SHAKE THE SNOWGLOBE. So often, we talk about the importance of discipline in order to reach our goals. But doing the same thing all the time can keep us from living in the present. We have to find a balance. We?ve got to dance with routine and freedom. So how can you keep your mind in the now? Every night, do something unexpected. Travel. And constantly put yourselves in situations where you don?t know the outcome. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the importance of new experiences with a talented futurist and artist: Jason Silva. Jason Silva is an Emmy-nominated and world-renowned TV personality, storyteller, filmmaker, and sought-after keynote speaker and futurist. Jason is known for hosting 5 seasons of the Emmy-nominated, global hit TV series Brain Games on the National Geographic Channel, which is broadcasted in over 171 countries. Jason says that we need to ask each other the questions we?ve been asking ourselves. Let?s talk about why we?re here, and how to find meaning. So get ready to learn more about the biggest questions on everyone?s mind on Episode 785. Some Questions I Ask: What question have you been asking yourself? (7:00) How can we eliminate self-doubt? (40:30) How do we stop comparing ourselves? (54:00) What holds us back the most? (57:00) How do you find fulfillment in a committed relationship? (1:08:00) What?s a question you think you?ll never get answered? (1:14:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: Tools to help you stay in the present (24:00) How to balance routine and excitement (28:00) About the ?Entropic Brain Theory,? and how psychedelics help depression (32:00) How helping other people directly can help with feeling directionless (48:00) About the ?Terror Management Theory? and how when you remind people of their mortality they become more judgemental (57:30)
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EP 784 Maisie Williams: Be Your Own Hero

HOW DO YOU TALK TO YOURSELF? The relationship you have with yourself is the most important. If you?re constantly putting yourself down and judging yourself, eventually you?re going to self-destruct. It?s common to self-sabotage when things are going well. It can happen to anyone- it doesn?t matter how successful you are. We feel anxious. We feel like a fraud. We might even feel like we don?t deserve it. But once you get to the root of those feelings, you can heal the judgments you have of yourself. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk with one of the biggest television stars on the planet about anxiety: Maisie Williams. Maisie Williams is an actress known for playing Arya Stark in Game of Thrones. She won the EWwy Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama, the Portal Award for Best Supporting Actress ? Television and Best Young Actor, and the Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor. In 2016, she was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. Maisie was at the height of her fame and success but still felt worthless. She realized that there wasn?t anything outside of herself that could make her happy. She had to find her self-worth from the inside. So get ready to learn how Maisie Williams navigated childhood fame and anxiety on Episode 784. Some Questions I Ask: Why is it so terrifying to be yourself? (6:30) Where does anxiety come from for you? (14:00) What are some of the things you do now for self-care? (30:30) What is your greatest fear? (36:30) What is your superpower? (43:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: How to be there for someone who is struggling (22:00) How apologizing for things in your past can help you move forward (28:00) Why you need to slow down when you?re struggling with mental health (33:30) What Maisie wants to accomplish in the future (41:00) About her new startup Daisie (48:00)
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EP 783 A Lesson on Self Worth with Humble The Poet

A BROKEN HEART IS AN INJURY. A butterfly doesn?t begin as a butterfly. It has to struggle to get out of the cocoon. We can?t cut the butterfly out of the cocoon to make the process easier. It has to develop the necessary muscles it needs to fly. Its beauty comes from its struggle. Heartbreak, like any other obstacle, is essential for your growth. For this special Five Minute Friday, we hear a solo message from an amazing friend and artist: Humble the Poet. Kanwer Singh aka Humble The Poet is a Toronto-bred MC/Spoken word artist. With tattoos, a beard, a head wrap, and a silly smile, Humble commands attention. He stimulates audiences with ideas that challenge conventional wisdom and go against the grain. Most things are not in our control, and we have to move on from them. The pain that you feel will soon be gone. Time will help you adapt and go forward. Learn how to deal with heartbreak in a healthy way in Episode 783. In This Episode You Will Learn: Why losing a partner hurts so badly (00:30) Why you should stay away from alcohol during heartbreak (2:00) How to maintain a sense of self-worth through a breakup (2:30) Why it?s important to keep your expectations low in life (3:00) How you can ?decide your emotions? (3:30) Follow me on: Instagram @Lewishowes Twitter @LewisHowes Facebook
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EP 782 Sex and Love, Lust and Infidelity with Wednesday Martin

IT'S TIME TO PUT THESE SEX MYTHS TO BED. Having a healthy sexual relationship is important. But it?s not something we often talk about. Women?s satisfaction especially seems to take a back seat. So how can women get what they need in the bedroom? As men, we can ask questions. See what your partner is into. And understanding the science behind why women like the things they do are helpful, too. The truth is a lot of what we believe about female sexuality is wrong. We all benefit when women?s sexuality takes the forefront and is better understood. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about female satisfaction with an incredible woman who wrote a book on the subject: Wednesday Martin. Wednesday Martin is a feminist cultural critic, New York Times Bestselling author, and social researcher. Wednesday has written on topics including gender, parenting and motherhood, popular culture, and female sexuality for The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Daily Beast, and Harper's Bazaar, among others. She was a regular contributor to The Daily Telegraph, the online edition of Psychology Today, and the parenting pages at the New York Post. Wednesday has appeared on the Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, NPR, NBC News, the BBC Newshour, and Fox News as a step/parenting expert. Wednesday says that we should avoid ?service sex? where you?re only performing to make your partner happy. You need to know that your needs deserve to be met, too, and they can be with a little work from both partners. So get ready to learn about the science of monogamy and how to keep your relationship exciting on Episode 782. Some Questions I Ask: Why do women cheat? (6:00) Why is non-monogamy looked down upon in the world? (14:00) What made you interested in this topic in the first place? (24:00) How can a man increase sexual desire in a woman? (39:00) How do you handle your research in your personal relationship? (1:05:00) How important is sex in a relationship? (1:09:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: How economics plays into who cheats (10:00) Why long term relationships are harder for women (27:00) Tools for bringing back arousal in your long term relationship (37:00) How your attachment style affects your sexual relationship (1:00:00) About the ?orgasm gap? (1:11:00)
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EP 781 Topher Grace: Make Your Opportunity and Multiply It

LEARN TO EMBRACE FAILURE. We often hold onto words. When someone gives us negative feedback, we can let it consume our minds. It?s not healthy. You can?t stop yourself from being offended by what someone says. But you can listen and be open to learning. Every time you mess up you?re making yourself better. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about making the most of opportunities and learning how to listen with one of the most successful actors of our time: Topher Grace. Topher Grace is known for playing Eric Forman in the hit sitcom That 70?s Show, Venom in Sam Raimi's film Spider-Man 3, and many more. He is also the host of a new podcast called Minor Adventures with Topher Grace. As an actor, Topher constantly receives feedback on his work. While he hasn?t always agreed and his ego can sometimes get in the way, he has learned to work collaboratively. Topher started working at a very young age, but he has been able to sustain his career by constantly evolving. So get ready to learn how Topher Grace made the most of sudden fame on Episode 781. Some Questions I Ask: What was the greatest lesson you learned in the first season of That 70?s Show? (17:30) How can someone handle getting a great opportunity with grace? (21:00) Who has been the most brilliant person you?ve worked with? (27:00) What is life like as a father being an actor? (37:00) What?s the greatest challenge being married with a new child? (44:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: How Topher landed his role on That 70?s Show (3:00) The best way to handle criticism (23:00) Topher?s experience playing a white supremacist in BLacKkKlansman (32:00) How Topher views failure (52:30) Why it?s better to try even if it doesn?t work out (58:00)
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EP 780 Help Others and Yourself

DO GOOD ALL THE TIME. Some people have an idea of giving that is not sustainable. You can?t self-sacrifice endlessly to help others. You also have to take care of yourself. Giving can be a win/win situation. In fact, it should be. Helping the world is only worth it if you are also helping yourself. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Will Macaskill where he shared this idea as one of his principles of effective altruism. William MacAskill is a philosopher, ethicist, and one of the originators of the effective altruism movement. He is an Associate Professor in Philosophy and Research Fellow at the Global Priorities Institute, University of Oxford. He is also the co-founder and president of 80,000 Hours, the co-founder and vice-president of Giving What We Can, and the co-founder of the Centre for Effective Altruism. Learn how to help others in the most meaningful way in Episode 780. In This Episode You Will Learn: One of the core principles of effective altruism (2:00) How to create a win/win while making an impact (3:00) Why additional income doesn?t make you happier (4:00) How to give without sacrificing a lot (5:00) Follow me on: instagram: @lewishowes twitter: @lewishowes
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EP 779 Using YouTube to Bring Your Dream to Life

IT' ALL ABOUT THE HUSTLE. What gatekeepers are holding you back from doing what you love? I?m inspired by the creators on YouTube. They are people who have forged their own path. They didn?t wait for someone to allow them to make videos- they just went out and did it. They?ve dealt with negative comments. They?ve had failed videos. They?ve faced countless setbacks. And they still continued to create. You have to give yourself permission to find and express your true self. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I created a mashup of all my favorite interviews with the women of YouTube: Lilly Singh, iJustine, Bethany Mota, and Lindsey Sterling. Lilly Singh (aka iiSuperwomanii) is a multi-faceted comedian, entertainer, actress and the founder of #GirlLove. She has found worldwide fame through her comedic and inspirational YouTube videos, amassing 12 million subscribers. In March 2017, she released her debut book HOW TO BE A BAWSE: A Guide to Surviving Conquering Life, which became a #1 New York Times Best Seller. As a role model to women and girls around the globe, Singh created her #GirlLove initiative to break the cycle of girl-on-girl hate and encourage women to build each other up. Justine Ezarik, the YouTube personality better known as iJustine, took the internet by storm. She's been around for more than a decade, first popping up on YouTube in 2006 where she has accumulated millions of subscribers and fans. The vlogger still remains beloved and has since branched out with a bustling Instagram account and a memoir. Bethany Mota started with her channel, Macbarbie07 in 2009. She rose to fame for her haul videos, in which she shows her fashion and style purchases via the internet. She uploads videos of outfit ideas, makeup and hair tutorials, recipes, and do it yourself ideas. She has since expanded into her own fashion line at Aéropostale. She has gone on multiple tours, which she calls her "Motavatours" to meet and interact with fans. She also appeared on Season 19 of Dancing with the Stars. Lindsey Sterling is a violinist with 10 million YouTube subscribers, over 1.9 billion views on her YouTube channel, 2 Billboard Music Awards, Billboard chart-topping hits and sold-out tours worldwide. All of these women share a common drive that forces them to keep putting themselves out there and keep being better each day. So get ready to learn how to find creativity and inspiration on Episode 779. Some Questions I Ask: Where does your hustle come from? (4:00) Who do you want to be? (6:00) What?s your vision for what you?re creating? (8:00) What?s the biggest thing you?ve learned about yourself? (9:00) If you could put up one final video, what would you post? (11:00) What is your biggest fear? (14:00) What?s the feeling you get when you?re on stage? (17:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: Why Lilly Singh dedicated her book to the person she was three years ago (5:00) Why it?s ok to constantly change your goals (7:00) Why you should surround yourself with people with different skills than you (10:00) How to drop your ego and do things out of love (16:00) How to find your sense of true self (18:00) Plus much more...
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EP 778 Turn Your Creative Passion into a Thriving Business with Christina Tosi

YOU HAVE TO SHOW UP EVERY DAY. I?m not a distance runner. When I run, the first few minutes are easy. But after a mile, it starts to hurt. I can either stop there, or I can keep going. When I push through the adversity, I feel like I can run forever. I hit the zone where it doesn?t hurt anymore. The same thing happens in life. You have to keep giving it your best even when it?s hard. You have to know that something great is waiting for you on the other side. Everything you?re going through now is paving the way for success in your future. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about passion and hard work with a woman who revolutionized the dessert industry: Christina Tosi. Christina Tosi is a chef, author, and television personality. She is the founder and owner of Milk Bar, the sister bakery to the Momofuku restaurant group, and just opened her seventeenth store. Christina is the recipient of several awards and was featured on a list of "Most Innovative Women in Food and Drink" by Food and Wine Magazine in 2014. Christina shares that every time she gets close to a goal, she raises the bar a little higher. She is always growing and always learning. So get ready to learn how to find your true passion and share your gifts on Episode 778. Some Questions I Ask: Can you tell us the story of how Milk Bar came to be? (12:00) How did you learn how to scale your business? (24:00) What?s your vision for Milk Bar? (31:00) How do you continue to reinvent the dream (34:00) What?s the worst voice you have in your head, and what?s the best voice (39:00) Do you think you?d be as driven as you are if you weren?t critical of yourself? (42:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: About filming Netflix?s Chef?s Table (8:00) The lie of the ?overnight success? (10:00) How David Chang influenced Christina (15:00) The problem of ?knowing too much? (29:00) How working out can help you in business and life (37:00) Why you can?t use outside approval to measure success (43:00)
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EP 777 Science and the Soul

THERE IS ORDER TO THE CHAOS. What is this place? Are we even really here? Is there a higher power that created us, or was it a random explosion? These are some big questions. But the odds of life actually existing are insane. Everything would have had to had come together so perfectly. It?s hard for people to wrap their minds around, but we need to admit there is so much about the universe we don?t understand. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with John Brenkus where we discuss how the soul and science can meet. John Brenkus is a six-time Emmy award-winning creator, host, and producer of Sport Science on ESPN. He is also co-founder of BASE Productions and a New York Times bestselling author. He currently hosts his own podcast The Brink of Midnight. He dives into the idea of time and how humans put labels on things that are hard for our brains to comprehend. I really enjoy the way that Josh is able to explain complicated scientific ideas. Learn how to think about the miracle of life in Episode 777. In This Episode You Will Learn: If God and science can mix (1:05) About the probability of life existing (3:00) If there is really a beginning of time (4:05)
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EP 776 I Was Sexually Abused (How to Heal from Trauma)

YOU'RE ONLY AS SICK AS THE SECRETS YOU KEEP. Five years ago, I made my first post opening up about my childhood sexual abuse. It was the best thing I could have done. My life became a billion times better when I started to share my shame. I was able to sleep through the night. I connected to other people. And I was able to give and receive love. Now I want to help other people experience the same feeling of light, peace, passion, and power that I did when I opened up about my rape. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about how I healed my history of sexual abuse. My life mission is now to help these men free themselves from past trauma. So often they are not given the space or permission to share their vulnerabilities. One in six men has experienced sexual abuse. It?s time to reclaim your life. Be the owner of your life, not the victim of your life. So get ready to learn all about my journey to open up about my past on Episode 776. In This Episode You Will Learn: How breakdowns can lead to breakthroughs (18:30) The moment I opened up about what happened to me (26:00) What has changed since I first shared this story five years ago (35:00) How shame and anger block love (40:00) The reason I?m grateful for my history of sexual abuse (44:00)
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EP 775 Become Superhuman with Your Potential with Colin O'Brady

THOSE WHO SAY THEY CAN AND THOSE WHO SAY THE CAN'T ARE USUALLY BOTH RIGHT. Any time you try to do something great, there are going to be critics. That?s impossible. That?s crazy. You?ll never be able to do that. But the biggest doubter is often yourself. How can we master our minds and quiet our fears when we are striving for greatness? It?s about pushing past our limits and tapping into a flow state. We are full of limitless potential. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk with a man conquered his own doubts to break records that many said were impossible: Colin O?Brady. Colin O'Brady is a professional endurance athlete, motivational speaker, and adventurer. On Dec. 26, 2018, Colin became the first person in history to cross Antarctica solo, unsupported and unaided. It was a 932-mile expedition completed in 54 days. At the end of his expedition across Antarctica, Colin tapped into a flow state that allowed him to finish without stopping. He used mantras and visualization to push past his limits. He now wants to share those tools with you. So get ready to learn how to do the impossible on Episode 775. Some Questions I Ask: Why do you want to do these challenges in the first place? (17:00) How do people push through physical and mental barriers? (20:30) What were you saying to yourself the final 12 hours of your journey? (36:00) How important is the support of your wife, Jenna? (49:00) What?s your mission moving forward? (52:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: How Colin broke The Explorer?s Grand Slam world record (8:00) How Colin used the ?Forrest Gump Effect? (15:30) The mantra that helped Colin get through his toughest journey (27:00) How swimming and meditation can help you get into the ?flow state? (29:00) The story of Colin?s burn accident in Thailand (40:00)
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EP 774 Change the World for Good

REJECT APATHY. There is suffering happening all over the world. We all can do something. Children can be a great example. When you see a kid give up what little allowance they have to help someone else or set up a lemonade stand, you realize that what you?re able to give is enough. We can?t just turn a blind eye. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Scott Harrison where he talked about living a life of giving. Scott Harrison was working as a nightclub promoter in New York when he became ?morally bankrupt.? He sold all of his belongings and set sail to Africa in an effort to redeem himself. He returned to New York with one goal: to provide clean water to everyone on earth. Twelve years later, he?s raised over 320 million dollars and provided water to people in 26 countries with his nonprofit charity: water. He may not be driving a fancy car or going on huge vacations, but he is ending suffering for hundreds of people a day. For him, that means so much more. Learn what it takes to change the world for good in Episode 774. In This Episode You Will Learn: The biggest lesson Scott Harrison has learned (1:30) About the children who have gotten involved in solving the water crisis (3:00) About the donor who saved charity: water (5:00)
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EP 773 Take Your Business to a New Level with the Shark Tank Masters

PRESSURE ALLOWS YOU TO MAKE THINGS HAPPEN. What makes one business succeed and another fail? The most important element is the entrepreneur. If you watch the show Shark Tank, you know that people get investments from sharks just by being a passionate salesperson. It?s about going all in. So how can we ensure that what we put our time and money into will be unstoppable? We have to learn from the people who are at the top of their game. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I?ve combined great advice from past conversations with five Shark Tank masters: Barbara Corcoran, Matt Higgins, Daymond John, Sara Blakely, and Kevin Harrington. Shark Tank is a critically acclaimed and Emmy Award-winning reality show on ABC. Now on its 10th season, Shark Tank continues to inspire a nation to dream bigger and has offered more than $100 million in deals to entrepreneurs. These investors come from some of the top companies in the world. They started from nothing and made their dreams come true. So get ready to learn how to get your business off the ground and make it a force to be reckoned with on Episode 773. In This Episode You Will Learn: The hardest part of getting Spanx off the ground (8:00) How Kevin Harrington's business model has evolved since Shark Tank (15:00) The big things people taught Daymond John about mastering his skills (25:00) What to do when you go all in but fail (29:00) What to do with the profit you make in your business (30:59)
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EP 772 How to Live a Long Life with Dr. Steven Gundry

DIE YOUNG AT AN OLD AGE. How many fad diets have you tried? There?s a reason that they don?t work. Health and diet are not one-size-fits-all. We all have a special set of genes that tell us what foods we need. But it?s more than your genes. Doctor?s will ask you if you have a history of a disease in your family. That?s because you not only share the same genetic make-up, you probably eat the same way. It?s a combination of the two that will determine your health. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the secret to longevity with one of the world?s top health experts: Dr. Steven Grundy.
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EP 771 Believe in Your Value

YOUR FALSE HUMILITY IS HURTING YOU. We all can struggle with taking money in return for our services. It?s hard to ask for what you need. My father sold life insurance. He taught me a lot about not being ashamed of selling something that adds value to another person?s life. That?s why, for this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with my brother Christian Howes about how artists can set themselves up for financial success. It?s all about knowing your worth. If you are making other people?s lives better or easier, you should be comfortable putting yourself out there as a business. Learn how to believe in your value by using the power of selling in Episode 771. In This Episode You Will Learn: The most important thing that sets people up to make money from their art (1:41) What Christian learned from his dad about selling (2:30) Why you need to know your value (4:10) About the danger of ?false humility? (5:25) Follow me on: Instagram @lewishowes Twitter @LewisHowes Facebook: Lewis Howes
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EP 770 The Power of Digital Detox with Cal Newport

IT'S TIME TO DIGITALLY DECULTTER. Very few of us have the courage to be alone. When we are quiet and don?t distract ourselves, we have to face hard questions. It can be scary. Instead, we reach for our phones. We might be trying to fill a void, or we might just be addicted. Technology is a lot like processed food. We want more and more, but we?ll never be satisfied. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about focus with someone who has famously never owned a social media account: Cal Newport. Cal Newport is a computer science professor at Georgetown University. In addition to academic research, he writes about the intersection of technology and society. He?s particularly interested in the impact of new technologies on our ability to perform productive work or lead satisfying lives. Cal recommends building ?fences? around our phones so that we?re not using them mindlessly all day. So get ready to learn more tools to be more focused, present and creative on Episode 770. Some Questions I Ask: What do you recommend for people who are always connected to technology? (10:30) How can we build stronger connections? (18:00) What?s the void that we are trying to fill with social media? (24:00) What?s more addictive: social media or smoking? (32:00) How can you train your children to work at things (54:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: How to train your focus (2:00) The three benefits from being alone (8:00) Why you need ?analog? hobbies (30:00) Why anxiety has risen in younger generations (32:00) The reason Cal recommends 30 days away from technology (43:00)
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EP 769 DeVon Franklin: Relationships, Love, and Lust

THE TWO THINGS AT WAR IN A MAN ARE LOVE AND LUST. People today are struggling in relationships. With social media, there are so many options. Everything looks fresh and new and interesting. Why would anyone be happy with just one person? But when you?re constantly searching for the next best thing, you feel empty. You lack peace and satisfaction. And you miss out on what life is all about: love. We have to practice discipline in dating in order to give and receive love. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about dating in mastery with an expert on relationships: DeVon Franklin. DeVon Franklin is an award-winning film and TV producer, New York Times best-selling author, international speaker, and spiritual success coach. He?s been interviewed by Oprah, Dr. Oz, Steve Harvey, Dr. Phil, CNN, and featured in numerous radio, print, and online appearances. DeVon explains how one of the biggest problems in relationships is the lack of honest communication. We need to be open about our feelings about our partners. So get ready to learn how to put love in control of lust on Episode 769. Some Questions I Ask: How do you know when you?re with the right person? (8:00) How do men think beyond sex? (14:00) Do you know many successful men who are dating multiple women? (17:00) How does your wife support you? (36:30) What is the biggest challenge you?ve faced while being married? (41:00) Can you over-communicate in a relationship? (45:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: Why social media has amplified challenges for men in relationships (4:30) How peace is the strongest barometer of your relationship (12:00) Why women have to get out of the ?grey area? when dating (21:00) The reason it?s important to wait to have sex (23:00) Why you have to heal internal pain (49:00)
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EP 768 Do More Good

DOING MORE FOR OTHERS WILL ACTUALLY HELP YOUR BUSINESS. Sometimes we get stuck after we get some success. I even feel like I?ve hit an income ceiling. How do we get to that next step? There are some mindset hacks that can get you out of a rut. One of them is tying your business to charity. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Josh Bezoni where he shared the importance of having a charitable mission in your company. Josh Bezoni is a nutritionist, best-selling author, leading health entrepreneur, and philanthropist. He is the co-founder and CEO of BioTrust Nutrition, America?s #1 all-natural and premium e-commerce nutrition brand. Josh and BioTrust have donated over 1.5 million meals for hungry children in need through their partnership with BioTrust donates a nutritious meal to a child for every order placed with the company. He learned the importance of giving back early in life with his family, and it?s a lesson that has served him well in business. Learn why it?s important to tie your sales goals to doing something good in Episode 768. In This Episode You Will Learn: Why giving people an opportunity to donate on your website helps sales go up (2:50) Why you should tie your sales goals to giving back (3:12) How charity work can help with recruiting (3:50) How doing good can help you meet amazing people (4:23) Follow me on: Instagram @LewisHowes Twitter @LewisHowes Facebook: Lewis Howes
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EP 767 Greg Louganis: Silence the Haters

VALIDATION IS REDUNDANT. As many of you know, I didn?t have friends growing up. I couldn?t read and write until late high school. I was goofy and gangly. I got made fun of all the time. Sports was something I could finally understand. I was able to prove myself by what I could accomplish on the field. But then I placed my self worth in what I could achieve in football. If I lost a game, I felt terrible. If I won, I felt great. It was so unhealthy. We need to be careful where we get our self-worth. Instead of earning it through outside validation, we should get it from the kindness in our heart, the positivity that we bring, and who you are. Learn to have unconditional love for yourself. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about self with the greatest diver in history who is also a great person and advocate: Greg Louganis. Greg Louganis is simply the greatest diver in history. Today, as a speaker, author, actor, activist, humanitarian and designer, he continues his tradition of excellence. Greg was the first openly gay diver in history. He is also HIV positive. He now uses his story to empower others. So get ready to learn about the mindset of an Olympic champion on Episode 767. Some Questions I Ask: What was the greatest lesson you learned during the Olympic boycott? (8:00) How would you approach your dives at The Olympics vs. practice? (12:00) What was your first Olympic dive like? (16:00) Were you driven to achieve because you were adopted? (20:00) How do you cope with something like an HIV diagnosis? (40:00) What is the biggest challenge you?ve faced in your life? (48:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: Why Greg thinks the Olympic boycott may have been a blessing (4:00) Why obstacles in training are important (9:00) How to tap into inspiration as opposed to fear (17:00) About Greg?s experience being HIV positive (35:00) How imagination and visualization can help you succeed despite all odds (39:00) The method Greg uses to teach visualization (1:00:00) Follow me on: Instagram: @lewishowes Twitter: @LewisHowes
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EP 766 Barbara Corcoran: Success in Business and Life

YOU CAN'T FAKE IT. Finding your career isn?t something you decide in your head. You have to try lots of things. Put yourself in different environments. Pay attention to what makes you happy. Little by little, you?ll find the right path. When you do, you?ll be unstoppable. On today?s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about what makes a great entrepreneur with someone who knew she had found her calling once she became a realtor: Barbara Corcoran. Barbara Corcoran is a Real Estate Queen, Shark Tank Shark, and Host of the "Business Unusual" Podcast. Barbara Corcoran?s credentials include straight D?s in high school and college and twenty jobs by the time she turned twenty-three. It was her next job that would make her one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the country when she took a $1000 loan to start The Corcoran Group. Barbara is famously brash and blunt, bold and courageous, and a brilliant identifier of opportunity and talent (often invisible to others). She believes that the key to success in business is not the idea but the person. An entrepreneur's passion and drive can make or break a business. So get ready to learn what makes a great entrepreneur on Episode 766. Some Questions I Ask: What?s the angriest you?ve ever been in your life? (11:00) When did you learn to communicate so directly? (24:00) What?s the biggest lesson you?ve learned from being one of ten kids? (26:30) When do you feel the most loved? (30:00) What are the smart industries to go into right now? (45:00) What three questions would you ask a potential buyer? (1:02:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: What type of partnerships are the most successful (19:00) Why guilt is the worst thing for a relationship (23:00) The importance of social media in business (40:00) The two qualities Barbara looks for in an entrepreneur (49:00) What makes Donald Trump a good salesman (57:00) What to do with profit you make in your business (1:11:00)
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EP 765 Making Healthy Simple

THINK ABOUT YOUR LONG TERM HEALTH. We all want great health. But whose advice are we taking? Often, we jump on the latest diet craze without figuring out if it?s the best thing for us. Your body works differently than anyone else?s. And these fad diets can have serious long term effects on your metabolism. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Yuri Elkaim where he shared how to find the optimum diet for you. Yuri is a New York Times bestselling nutrition author, keynote speaker, trusted health and fitness expert, and leading business coach for other health and fitness professionals committed to growing their business and creating more impact in the world. Yuri simplifies the complex world of health and reduces your confusion with clear, actionable, and science-backed advice that cuts through the nonsense. Yuri suggests finding people who are in your shoes to model your diet after. See what works for people in your same phase of life. Learn how to reach maximum health in Episode 765. In this episode you will learn: Why it?s important to find a workout and diet works best for you (2:00) Why a low-carb diet can hurt your thyroid (3:00) The steps to find the perfect diet for your body type (4:30) How your gender affects your diet (5:00) Plus much more...
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