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:
- There's no one size fits all in personal development. Everyone “dances” in an unique way.
- We need to reprogram our minds and bodies to vibrate at a rhythm rather than a rhythm that has been taught to us.
- When you walk around thinking you know everything, it kills all the possibility in your life.
Peter Diamandis, Bold – book
Steven Kotler, Stealing Fire – book
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