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Guy Ferdman on the Future of Personal Development and How We Can Change Our Life in a Moment

Guy Ferdman is a modern-day shaman and co-founder of Satori Prime. He's a spiritual truth-sayer whose warrior spirit merges ancient wisdom with modern practicality against the backdrop of everyday life.

In the past, Guy has helped thousands of entrepreneurs in more than 23 countries launch their businesses online. The essence of his work has always been to coach people to profound breakthroughs at lightning speed.

Listen in to learn more from Guy and his take on the future of personal development.

Guy Ferdman on the Future of Personal Development and How We Can Change Our Life in a Moment

Time stamped show notes:

[1:26] He used to be depressed and suicidal when he was younger (around 19 years old).

[5:23] He put himself through a lot of leadership development programs.

[7:00] He quit his job 3 weeks after starting. Only had $400 in his account and paid $397 to learn how to get online and do marketing.

[7:52] He used to be considered one of the best Facebook marketers in the world.

[12:52] There’s no one size fits all in personal development. Everyone “dances” in an unique way.

[15:15] He’s (Guy Ferdman) an efficiency driven person.

[16:26] Once we state change, we become righteous about our transformation

[16:31]  We judge the way we were before as if it was worse than the way we are now.

[22:50] We need to reprogram our minds and bodies to vibrate at a rhythm rather than a rhythm that has been taught to us.

[23:30] If you’re not feeling worthy of $1M, you won’t be able to achieve it.

[25:49] Things start showing up when you realize you’re worthy of them.

[30:46] One of his favorite things of all time: How do humans decipher reality?

[31:25] When you walk around thinking you know everything, it kills all the possibility in your life.

[32:44] You don’t understand a culture until you speak their language.

[35:58] How we can create experiences for people that can erase the trauma and help them align with reality in a different way.

[39:28] Talent is giving, not earned.

[41:13] You have to pay for proximity.

[42:49] He wants to see an absolute explosion of genius around the planet.

Three key points:

  1. There’s no one size fits all in personal development. Everyone “dances” in an unique way.
  2. We need to reprogram our minds and bodies to vibrate at a rhythm rather than a rhythm that has been taught to us.  
  3. When you walk around thinking you know everything, it kills all the possibility in your life.

Resources mentioned:

Peter Diamandis, Bold – book

Steven Kotler, Stealing Fire – book

Last question:

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Podcast: Have It All Podcast

How to contact him:

Email: [email protected] dot com