Time stamped show notes:
[01:41] Drew chased the wrong things for most of his youth.
[04:52] Failures set up challenges. As you face challenge after challenge, each successive one does not seem so scary.
[05:22] There is something powerful about the scars that you carry around because you can look at them and remind yourself you've beaten every challenge.
[06:10] He managed to have this kind of exciting ride that brought him to a place where he could be happy with his life and career.
[12:13] When you don't know what to do in a business situation, ask yourself: what would the other person want me to be during this situation?
[17:38] Money is not an indication that you are doing things right.
[18:34] If you make bad choices, do not panic. You have plenty of time to make a bunch of good ones.
[27:20] Happiness is not possible without forgiveness. Most of your life, the number one thing you can do that will instantly make your life better is to forgive.
[28:35] Leaders don't care about winning; they care about succeeding. The only way to succeed is to let go of the idea of winning, and not forgiving is always about winning.
[32:30] Leadership comes from consistency above anything else. A lot of things we chase in goals are byproducts of our daily behaviors.
[36:30] Compounding is the biggest and powerful force in the universe.
[49:56] Leadership removes fear to help people succeed and politics adds fear to win.
Three key points
- Failure creates scars. There is something powerful about the scars that you carry around because you can look at them and remind yourself you've beaten every challenge.
- Identify core values that thrive you.
- Leadership removes fear to help people succeed.