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Damion Lupo on the Law of Awareness: Balance, Tension, Flow, and Making Millions (Without Losing It All)

Damion Lupo is a sought after financial consultant for high profile private clients. Using a vast depth and breadth of knowledge on financial markets, money psychology and unconscious pattern motivation, he’s an expert at quickly assessing hidden financial cancers and holistically healing his clients and organizations through awareness, empowerment, and vision development.

His mission is to inspire and empower every willing soul toward financial freedom and abundance through lessons, insights gained from 20 years of martial arts study, trench warfare, and financial training wealth creation.

Listen in to learn how to succeed financially in your business.

Damion Lupo on the Law of Awareness: Balance, Tension, Flow, and Making Millions (Without Losing It All)

Time stamped show notes:

[1:05] He is from Alaska. Normal middle class. He got thrown out of college.  

[1:24] He started listening to his heart/soul, and he started dabbing in real estate.  

[3:03] He had a $20M portfolio and a $5M net worth, and he blew it in a year.  

[3:28] His mantra was: “How much is enough? More.”

[4:52] Have an end date to your goals.

[6:39] He used to focus on the accoutrements. He even bought the Will Smith Ferrari from Bad Boyz.

[10:21] Practice losing money.

[14:12] He has a rule set. If someone offers him a deal outside of it, he rejects it. Learn to say no.

[16:51] In life, if you’re not present, you will lose your balance sheet.

[19:05] Ask yourself: Are you an example or a warning to the future?  

[25:14] He asks himself: How do I do what I do? How do I support more people? How can I give this to the whole world?

[25:40] His new focus is to give everything he teaches to as many people as possible.

[30:33] Ask yourself: What is true? If it makes no sense, go deeper.

[32:33] Until you’re willing to accept that you suck, then you can't get better.

[36:52] “A mistake is only a sin if it's not admitted.” It’s where all the growth and power is.  

Three key points:

  1. Have an end date to your goals.
  2. Ask yourself: What is true? If it makes no sense, go deeper.
  3. Until you’re willing to accept that you suck, then you can't get better.

Resources mentioned:

Make Your Bed – book by William McCraven

Last question:

Share his ideas and tools that can go to the entire world.

How to contact him:

www.damionlupo.com