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Impact Theory is a business and mindset-focused interview show that will teach anyone aspiring to greatness the secrets to success. The show is hosted by Tom Bilyeu - a serial entrepreneur and co-founder of the #2 Inc. 500 company Quest Nutrition and former host of the viral hit Youtube series Inside Quest (viewed over 100,000,000 times). Bilyeu is known for his passion and preparation. Always eager to truly learn from his guests, Bilyeu digs deep and brings the urgency of someone hungry to put what he’s learning to immediate use - making the show not only entertaining and energetic, but also hyper-useful.
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Welcome to another episode of Conversations with Tom, with guest Humble the Poet. On this episode, Tom and Humble go back and forth on truths and beliefs that anyone who wants to be successful at anything need to deeply internalize. They discuss the reality of taking risk, the way culture stacks on itself, how to buck the systems you disagree with, how to attain mastery at valuable skills, and how to make and save money. This is not a fluffy episode where they tell you what you want to hear. They go deep on their own fears and failures, and explain exactly how they turned their setbacks into success. This episode is brought to you by:  Check out Impact Theory University at: http://bit.ly/ImpactTheoryUniversity2   SHOW NOTES:   Humble describes his experience as an immigrant and his cultural history [1:16] Humble discusses the difficulty and pay of being a teacher [3:14] Humble doesn’t find value in complaining or even in venting [6:03] What do you do when the world is way out of step with you? [7:22] Humble talks about how culture stacked on itself in hip hop [9:05] Humble describes his existential crisis when he realized he wanted to be an artist [11:06] Tom and Humble discuss why they won’t “work their way up” in entertainment [12:39] Tom and Humble discuss doing hard things to build self-respect [15:08] Tom describes his fear of open water [19:09] Humble explains how he avoided being a starving artist [22:54] “The big strength I found was in admitting I f*cked up” [28:18] Humble and Tom discuss taking risk and not quitting on your dreams [31:35] Humble strongly stakes his claim that he is meant for hip hop [36:10] Humble talks about getting a book published [41:48] Humble describes exactly how he started to make money as an artist [45:00] Tom and Humble discuss whether intelligence makes you happy [51:40] Humble and Tom discuss the power of having a chip on your shoulder [56:43] Humble and Tom discuss wanting to see other people win [1:05:09] Tom advocates that money doesn’t change your self-image [1:11:27] Humble advocates that the struggle to overcome fears never ends [1:14:23] “True freedom exists only in discipline.” [1:18:55] Humble describes his most important tattoos [1:25:17] Humble discusses the power of unlearning things [1:26:35] Tom and Humble advocate that it’s possible to be both content and ambitious [1:30:43]   FOLLOW Humble The Poet:   WEBSITE: www.humblethepoet.com  INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2QfJHRr FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2CIDHbP TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2Kl06jL
He may be the world’s most famous astrophysicist, and he is best known for his ability to communicate complex scientific concepts. But on this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Neil deGrasse Tyson shows that his prodigious intellect can take on an incredibly wide range of topics. He shares his family history, his ideas about education and religion, and his beliefs about how we can get along better with those who are different from us. Along the way, he gives some brilliant and unusual parenting advice, describes the best way to deal with haters and microaggressions, and describes his process for learning new things. This episode is brought to you by: EightSleep. Right now get $150 off your Pod and free shipping when you go to EightSleep.com/IMPACT Butcherbox. Now - November 17th: Get a free turkey plus $20 off when you sign up at butcherbox.com/impact, or enter promo code IMPACT at checkout. Blinkist. Visit www.blinkist.com/IMPACT to try out the premium service completely free for 7 days! Skillshare.  Impact Theory University. Check out Impact Theory University at: http://bit.ly/ImpactTheoryUniversity2 SHOW NOTES: Neil reminisces about being named the world’s sexiest astrophysicist [3:21] Neil remembers the best lessons his father taught him [5:00] Neil advocates pluralism, celebrating differences instead of aggravating them [10:10] Neil explains how to convert microaggressions into enthusiasm [13:26] Neil discusses how his father taught him to be effective instead of being right [18:23] Neil explains that he is driven by duty, not ambition [22:15] Neil advocates that we create meaning in life, we don’t find it [27:49] Neil shares some unique parenting advice [30:14] Neil describes in great detail his process for learning new things [36:48] Neil advocates the importance of seeking disconfirming evidence [43:23] Neil wants you to learn what science is, and how it works [44:41] Neil makes a surprising statement about the impact he wants to have [47:13]   QUOTES:   “It’s not enough to be right. You have to be effective.” [18 29] “You have the power to create meaning in your life, rather than passively looking for it.” [28:32] “I can tell you this. If Einstein were here, and we’re talking with Einstein, we could talk with him for hours and hours. And you know what question would never come out of our mouths? ‘What college did you go to?” [34:05]   FOLLOW NEIL:   INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2X4Q6jP FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/32zr9hH TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2QaJteg   BOOKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:   Letters from an Astrophysicist https://amzn.to/36VTWQR [3:05]
It’s not every trainer who gets to develop a fitness regimen for a god. But Da Rulk is literally the personal trainer for Thor (as in Chris Hemsworth) and is responsible for the creation of Raw Functional Training, a method used by first responders, elite military, and professional athletes. In this episode of Health Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Da Rulk explains his training methods, discusses the importance of mental strength, and goes into great detail on how to build yourself back up from any injury. This episode is brought to you by:  Impact Theory University. Check out Impact Theory University at: http://bit.ly/ImpactTheoryUniversity2 Butcherbox. Use the discount code: "TOM" at butcherbox.com to get 20$ off and FREE BACON SHOW NOTES:   Rulk explains how to train adaptation by sequencing [1:22] Rulk discusses where to start training if you can’t make it to the gym [5:08] Rulk details the basic exercises everyone should do [6:46] Rulk advocates the importance of building mental strength by knowing your purpose [8:55] Rulk remembers his failures, when he broke mentally [10:44] Rulk shares his story of building his mental strength after being bullied [11:38] Rulk considers how much mental health matters for first responders [15:18] Rulk explains how he simulates duress while training first responders [16:40] Rulk describes how balance and movement patterns are linked to mental control [19:20] Rulk shares the story of seeing his son get run over by a car, and his son’s recovery [21:09] Rulk details exactly what he told his son while his son was recovering [23:42] Rulk discusses building yourself back up from injury [26:43] Rulk talks about his son’s resilience [28:44] Rulk discusses why the pursuit of greatness requires purpose [30:40] Rulk advocates humility and openness in training [33:01] Rulk says that his family will watch what he does, not what he says [35:15] Rulk shares the one thing he would have people do to improve their health [38:00]   FOLLOW Da Rulk:   WEBSITE: https://darulk.com INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/350IDVQ TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2ObdfNy
Best known for his role in the smash hit television show Glee, but most devoted to his career as a writer of 15 books, Chris Colfer had a bucket list of goals at age 5. And unbelievably, he achieved everything on that bucket list as a writer and singer. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Chris Colfer talks about drive and ambition, the influence of a grandmother who always believed in him and yet was his harshest critic, and how he overcame bullying from his peers and doubt from an industry that told him he would never succeed.   This episode is brought to you by:  EightSleep. Right now get $150 off your Pod and free shipping when you go to EightSleep.com/IMPACT Impact Theory University. Check out Impact Theory University at: http://bit.ly/ImpactTheoryUniversity2 Audible. Start listening with a 30-day Audible trial and your first audiobook plus two Audible Originals are free. Visit audible.com/IMPACT or text IMPACT to 500-500 Skillshare. Start learning on Skillshare today with 2 free months at skillshare.com/impacttheory     SHOW NOTES:   Chris explains why he likes fantasy, comics and graphic novels so much [3:36] Chris describes his childhood history of being bullied [4:35] Chris talks about how his voice was what he was made fun of growing up [6:17] Chris describes his drive and ambition [8:15] Chris talks about how much he loved Harry Potter despite being dyslexic [11:06] Chris explains that he does not identify as a victim of bullying any more [12:55] Chris advocates that adolescence is the toughest time of life [15:53] Chris describes how he dealt with people telling him he couldn’t succeed [17:39] Chris and Tom discuss the parable of the ant and the grasshopper [20:55] Chris talks about having a bucket list since the age of five [23:43] Chris explains how his grandmother being his toughest critic helped him [25:56] Tom and Chris discuss the difficulty of being a harsh critic [27:18] Chris describes his battle for creative control of his movie [29:08] Tom and Chris discuss being antifragile, and why we need negative experiences [32:16] Chris talks about the pure joy of escapist fantasy, and stimulating imagination [35:28] Chris advocates imagination and magic as creating something out of nothing [37:42] Chris says he prefers writing to singing because he has terrible stage fright [39:21] Chris and Tom discuss their struggles with singing and drawing [41:00] Chris shares the impact he wants to have on the world [44:17]   QUOTES:   “I am so not a victim any more...that I get tired of being associated with someone who is bullied, because I don’t allow that to happen any more at all.” [14:54] “I was very lucky because I had a grandmother who just believed in me to a fault...I think that is the greatest gift you can give a child, even if you don’t think that it is possible. And many years later my grandmother told me, ‘I can’t believe you got it all done!” [24:57] “I want to make the real world, reality, just a little bit more bearable for people. I want to bring magic to peoples’ lives.”  [44:31]   FOLLOW CHRIS:   INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2pFnyBb FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/34p3txE TWITTER: https://bit.ly/36zJVIM   BOOKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: The Wishing Spell: https://amzn.to/2CdBCV6 [2:51]  
Welcome to another episode of Conversations with Tom with guest Richard Dawkins, one of the leaders of a group of thinkers promoting rationality and the scientific method in an era where supernatural thinking appears to be gaining steam. In this episode, Dawkins describes the awe and wonder that scientific investigation can induce, discusses the history of time, and talks about how important it is to pursue the truth. This episode is brought to you by: Impact Theory University. Check out Impact Theory University at: http://bit.ly/ImpactTheoryUniversity2 SHOW NOTES:   Richard explains why truth is evolutionarily important [0:37] Richard advocates believing in evidence to avoid the echo chamber effect [1:36] Why are some people attracted to mystical answers and supernatural nonsense? [3:41] Is occasional self-delusion healthy? [4:53] Richard talks about how astronomy and astrology both tap into awe, but only one is true [6:31] Richard describes the motivation behind Outgrowing God [8:19] Richard describes the wonders of natural life [9:44] Richard shares his journey to becoming a scientist [12:38] Richard debunks the idea of intelligent design [14:37] Richard explains the history of life, and how recently human beings appeared [18:03] Richard and Tom discuss cultural adaptation [20:10] Richard strongly advocates investigating reality, and skeptical rationality [25:08] Richard and Tom discuss mentalists, conjurors, and magicians [26:00] Richard and Tom discuss whether a scientific worldview will lead to a more fulfilled life [29:55] Richard advocates that we create the purpose in our life [32:42] Richard and Tom discuss the biology of emotions, love and beauty [33:48] Richard explains how we know that evolution is real [36:24]   FOLLOW RICHARD: WEBSITE: www.richarddawkins.net INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/33s2c8U FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/33oxPQF TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2JXxOeU
Acknowledged “spirit junkie” and best-selling author Gabrielle Bernstein has devoted her life to helping people unpack and overcome the deep trauma that leads to so many forms of chronic physical and mental illnesses. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Gabrielle Bernstein discusses faith, patience, meditation, therapy and addiction. Her compassion, wisdom and incredible drive shine through as she discusses how to overcome the addiction to judging the self and others, how to change your belief system, and how to develop a spiritual relationship of your own understanding. This episode is brought to you by: EightSleep. Right now get $150 off your Pod and free shipping when you go to EightSleep.com/IMPACT Impact Theory University. Check out Impact Theory University at: http://bit.ly/ImpactTheoryUniversity2 HelloFresh. For $80 off your first month of HelloFresh, go to HelloFresh.com/IMPACT80 and enter IMPACT80. Skillshare. Start learning on Skillshare today with 2 free months at skillshare.com/impacttheory SHOW NOTES: “How can I decide to stop feeling bad?” [3:33] Gabrielle describes the point where your meditation stops working [5:29] Gabrielle explains how her faith helped her deal with buried trauma [7:18] The healing process begins by recognizing the real roots of the trauma [11:50] Gabrielle describes the EMDR therapy process  [13:26] Gabrielle explains the emotional freedom technique, or “tapping” [16:01] Gabrielle advocates transcendental meditation and using a mantra [18:32] How do you practice not believing your own judgments [22:55] Gabrielle explains how judgment is an addiction [25:17] Gabrielle shares her story of getting clean from addiction [26:48] Gabrielle advocates developing a spiritual relationship of your own understanding [29:15] Gabrielle and Tom discuss patience and faith [31:30] Gabrielle and Tom discuss the benefits of meditation, relaxation and calm [41:59] What’s wrong with the mindset that “if I don’t make it happen, it won’t happen” [45:56] Gabrielle describes how the feeling of unworthiness holds us back [47:24] Gabrielle explains how to choose new belief systems [49:41] Gabrielle shares the impact she wants to have on the world [52:11]   QUOTES:   “Judging yourself is just another form of addiction.” [25:09] “Once you start to develop a spiritual relationship of your own understanding, you’ll notice wild synchronicities in your life. You’ll notice invisible doors open for you.” [29:48] “People really dwell in the belief system, particularly in America, that ‘if I don’t make it happen it’s not gonna happen’. So patience is the opposite of that, and is terrifying to that belief system.” [46:44]   FOLLOW:   WEBSITE: gabbybernstein.com INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2pr5ieL FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/31QSRWI TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2JuJaaf     BOOKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:   Super Attractor https://amzn.to/31RRKG9 [2:53]
Is the carnivore diet even better than the Keto diet or the Paleo diet? Health Theory always aims to explore every strategy that can improve your health. In this special episode of Health Theory, several leading functional health practitioners weigh the pros and cons of the carnivore diet, and compare it to several other popular diets. Paul Saladino, Ken Berry, Mike Mutzel, Will Cole and Mark Hyman explain how micronutrient-rich meat is, how to start eating a carnivore diet, what an “advanced” version of the carnivore diet looks like, and whether or not the supposed risks of the diet are overblown. This episode is brought to you by: Impact Theory University. Check out Impact Theory University at: http://bit.ly/ImpactTheoryUniversity2 Butcherbox. ButcherBox. Use the discount code: "TOM" at butcherbox.com to get 20$ off and FREE BACON SHOW NOTES:   Paul Saladino details the evolutionary case for a carnivore diet [0:39] Paul advocates that sudden access to nutrient-dense meat changed the human diet [3:08] Ken Berry explains why the carnivore diet was better for him than keto [6:54] Ken talks about eating a carnivore diet that doesn’t include chicken [8:24] Paul gets into the nitty-gritty of how to maximize the carnivore diet [8:57] Paul explains why he eats raw meat whenever possible [10:46] Paul advocates eating liver and other organ meat [12:40] Paul explains why some organ meat supplements might be good [15:47] Paul describes the simplest version of the carnivore diet [16:19] Paul then describes the “varsity” version of the carnivore diet [17:48] Mike Mutzel explains why he is not terribly concerned about cholesterol [18:12] The carnivore diet can be seen as just another elimination diet [19:48] Ken explains why he does not worry that the carnivore diet will cause a heart attack [20:22] Ken talks about why elevated cholesterol is not a significant risk factor [22:48] Will Cole explains how a carnivore diet may be the ultimate elimination diet [24:00] Will explains how bad bacteria can last much longer than anyone would expect [27:30] Mark Hyman explains how the carnivore diet can help very sick people [28:13] Mark claims that you can get by with a nose-to-tail carnivore diet, but it’s not ideal [31:00] Will thinks that if you’re eating organ meat, the only nutrient you’ll miss is fiber [32:40] People need to experiment with their own diets [34:27]   FOLLOW PAUL SALADINO: https://bit.ly/36iR7sB FOLLOW DR. KEN BERRY: https://bit.ly/2ovvN23 FOLLOW MIKE MUTZEL: https://bit.ly/2C2Fat7 FOLLOW WILL COLE: https://bit.ly/2WwIQgf FOLLOW MARK HYMAN: https://bit.ly/36jXhsu
Multi-billionaire Tilman Fertitta, the world’s wealthiest restaurateur, built his empire from a single restaurant in Houston. Now he is the sole owner of Houston’s NBA franchise, the Rockets. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Tilman Fertitta cuts out the BS and gives you the real story on how to become successful in business. He describes his core philosophy and favorite “Tilmanisms”, advocates knowing what you are good at, and explains exactly why you need to be the best at whatever it is you do, no matter how humble your starting position is. This episode is brought to you by: Fearless motivation. Search Fearless Motivation on pretty much every music platform: Apple Music, Spotify, Google Music, Deezer, iTunes...you name it, and find the perfect soundtrack for your own journey to greatness. Butcherbox. Now - November 17th: Get a free turkey plus $20 off when you sign up at butcherbox.com/impact, or enter promo code IMPACT at checkout Calm. Right now, IMPACT listeners get 25% off a Calm Premium subscription at Calm.com/impact. Forty million people have already downloaded Calm. Find out why at Calm.com/impact. Blinkist. Visit www.blinkist.com/IMPACT to try out the premium service completely free for 7 days! ITU Check out Impact Theory University at: http://bit.ly/ImpactTheoryUniversity2   SHOW NOTES:   Tilman describes his mindset that you just have to keep punching [2:45] “You’d be surprised what you can take, though.” [4:58] Tilman explains that he doesn’t fear anything, but he worries about everything [5:52] Tilman talks about how he constantly looks for mistakes and finds out what’s going on [7:03] Tilman advocates that many people make the mistake of working for the wrong company [9:27] Tilman tells his story of becoming an entrepreneur and learning to sell [10:58] Tilman describes the details he looks for in a business deal [14:22] Tilman advocates that you need to know what your God-given gifts are [15:06] Tilman also says that there are certain things you need to learn that you aren’t good at [15:55] Tilman explains how he teaches decision-making to his kids [17:55] Tilman describes his core business philosophy [19:32] Tilman explains how to find the five percent of things that are going wrong in a business [21:00] Tilman advocates that you can always become the best at whatever you do [23:56] Tilman strongly advocates using simple methods repeatedly to become successful [26:08] Tilman talks about why he keeps going in business [28:46] Tilman says that he does plan out each step in his business plan [29:26] Tilman describes out-working people [31:43] Tilman shares the impact he wants to have on the world [32:21]   QUOTES:   “When times are really bad, we forget they’re ever going to be good again. And when times are really good, we forget they’re ever going to be bad again.” [5:36] “You gotta know what you know and what you don’t know.” [6:34] “Whatever position you’re in, you want to be the bull...You can be the bull at any position you’re doing. And it’s just telling yourself, I’m going to do this better than anyone else. I don’t care what the job is. You be the bull at what you do.” [28:06]   FOLLOW TILMAN:   INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/2BzLcBk FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2N0JRZL TWITTER: https://bit.ly/2W0WfwY     BOOKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:   “Shut Up and Listen” https://amzn.to/2PbBDR1 [2:41]
Welcome to the third episode of Conversations with Tom, with guest Ryan Holiday. This episode again shows an unfiltered, unedited, free-wheeling conversation between two thinkers who discuss their grandest dreams, their deepest fears, and their own sometimes self-contradictory beliefs. Listen as Tom Bilyeu and Ryan Holiday riff on everything from a broken piece of an old tombstone to the Cuban Missile Crisis, and discuss ideas ranging from stoicism to profit maximization. Nothing is off-limits on Conversations with Tom, so enjoy the intellectual ride! This episode is brought to you by: Impact Theory University.  Check out Impact Theory University at: http://bit.ly/ImpactTheoryUniversity2 SHOW NOTES:   Tom is concerned that he is violating the rule to only do one thing [1:23] Tom and Ryan discuss going where the heart goes but also making a profit [4:13] Tom and Ryan talk about Lance Armstrong and following your own principles [6:59] “Do people I respect really get a lot out of the book?” [9:59] What is the relationship between stillness and obsession? [11:12] Ryan talks about the dangers of survivorship bias and only looking at who succeeds [15:11] Tom riffs on the need to access dark side emotional energy [18:10] Ryan talks about death [26:47] Tom talks about potential immortality [32:26] Ryan discusses the relationship between accepting death and accomplishing greatness [35:04] Different situations call for solutions [39:05] Ryan attempts to define perspective [41:58] Tom talks about changing your brain chemistry to change what drives you [45:25] “You can’t teach YOUR old dog new tricks.” [48:44] Ryan and Tom discuss how to create momentum [50:22] Ryan and Tom discuss how to reach your real potential [53:20] How malleable are people? [59:29] Nobody expected Tom to succeed [1:02:02] Tom describes his fear that people turn off empowering messages if they smell BS [1:04:29] Tom and Ryan ask how to balance big goals and personal relationships [1:08:29] What is stillness and why does it matter? [1:17:46] Ryan illustrates stillness with the story of the Cuban missile crisis [1:21:52] Ryan explains how to cultivate stillness [1:31:23] Ryan and Tom discuss going to therapy [1:34:00] Tom talks about what he wishes he had gotten as a kid [1:37:56] Tom talks about people he loves that seem absolutely stuck [1:43:38] Progress depends on the irrational man [1:46:29] Ryan discusses what he hopes people get from his book [1:50:02] Tom asks how to step outside the limits of accepted beliefs [1:54:16] Ryan discusses the connections between stillness, enlightenment and fulfillment [1:58:01] Ryan and Tom discuss the dangers of new tech and social media [2:01:26] Tom talks about his history with drugs and alcohol [2:06:00] Ryan and Tom discuss meditation [2:09:08]   FOLLOW RYAN:   WEBSITE: www.ryanholiday.net INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2kuHR1O FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2lIfvRV TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2mbhuyi
The personal growth and self-help industry has done a great job of leading people to self-awareness. But being aware of limiting beliefs and actually knowing how to unwind them are two very different things. David Bayer has made it his life’s mission to help people actually unwind their limiting beliefs. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, David Bayer explains how to use visualization to figure out precisely what you really want, then breaks down the exact steps you need to take to get into a powerful, creative mindset in any situation. This episode is brought to you by:  Audible. Start listening with a 30-day Audible trial and your first audiobook plus two Audible Originals are free. Visit audible.com/IMPACT or text IMPACT to 500-500 Dashlane. Go to dashlane.com/impact for a free 30-day trial of Dashlane Premium. Or, use the promo code IMPACT to get 10% off an annual subscription. Again, that’s dashlane.com/impact. HelloFresh. For $80 off your first month of HelloFresh, go to HelloFresh.com/IMPACT80 and enter IMPACT80. SkillShare. Start learning on Skillshare today with 2 free months at skillshare.com/impacttheory ProperCloth. Enter gift code IMPACT to save $20 off your first shirt. Go to Propercloth.com Whole30. Visit https://whole30.com/friends-family  SHOW NOTES:   David asks how we can change the habitual methods of thinking that we are addicted to [2:35] David describes how beliefs are formed and how beliefs trap people [3:48] Tom and David discuss how to unwind limiting beliefs [6:40] David advocates that what causes people to regress are thoughts that are simply untrue [11:35] David advocates that all unbounded intelligence is all there is [15:11] David and Tom discuss evolution, spirituality, and how to view the universe [17:59] At any given time, you are only paying attention to what you believe [21:25] David explains how to use visualization to figure out what you really want [22:16]  David and Tom discuss how indecision and procrastination stop people [24:45] David shares his story of overcoming addiction [26:36] David describes his spiritual journey through meditation and breath-work [29:55] David explains the practice necessary to constantly shift into a powerful mental state [33:57] David describes the exact steps necessary to shift into a powerful state [36:56] David shares the impact he wants to have on the world [38:55]   QUOTES:   “The fastest way for you to eradicate a limiting belief is to actually see the limiting belief as untrue. The moment that happens there is a reorganization in your brain. You can’t unsee it, once you see the lie is a lie.” [13:52] “That which we tend to pay attention to is aligned with what we believe, and so that’s all we get.” [21:44] “Most people know what they don’t want, but they don’t know what they do want.” [22:16]   FOLLOW:   WEBSITE: www.davidbayer.com INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/32gam3T FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/2ISAXfx
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Mikkel Yang

I feel like Tom is a sage in our generation. Speaking about this that matter so much! It does not see like it at first but all his podcasts are directed to make our lives better and that what he speaks is really backed up with science. I love his talks and what he shares.

Nov 15th
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Stephan Floyd

start at 17 or 18 minutes

Nov 12th
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jackieblue361

Inspiring stuff!!

Nov 7th
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Tai Dempster

This conversation has changed my mindset so much over the past few weeks. I have been listening to this talk a couple if not several times a day since finding it on castbox. Thank you so much Tom, your questions and calm way of prying awesome responses out these amazing people is inspiring. Dr. Dispenza, thank you for your work is amazing and I proactively putting what you have exemplified into practice. 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

Nov 6th
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Emma Mullins

It's really a gift to humanity that your content and message is free and so accessible to us. Thank you, you're an amazing soul and vessel 🙌

Oct 30th
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Carlos Finn

Epic! so much value so much critical information that we all need to hear apply in our lives

Oct 28th
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Andy Krull

21:00 wow.

Oct 22nd
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erik pinuelas

53:00

Oct 20th
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erik pinuelas

18:25

Oct 20th
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Stephan Floyd

37:00

Oct 9th
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Ken Gambura

another awesome Episode Tom. Exercise, Diet, Fast and Supplement my takeaways on that one. thank you so much your content is amazing and has had such a massive impact on my execution. thanks

Oct 3rd
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Yamillette Sanchez

Enjoy this one, felt identify with many of your views, lots to learn from it. I considered myself an Intrapeneur, I found it surprising that you welcome this kind of employee. Generally speaking managers feel uncomfortable with us, they see us as competition. I love working with small businesses and the challenges that comes with developing them, but I haven't found that boss that feels comfortable to a partnership level, were honesty and creativity flows naturally. They seem to live in the fear of losing their business if they let another mind to tag in. Regarding of microbiome, I'm following you close on this one, I have many digestive issues that doctors haven't being able to identify.

Oct 3rd
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Tarik Elassal

awesome podcast, thank you

Sep 26th
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Brandi Keeling

maybe it's me, but I had a really hard time following this.

Aug 28th
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Peter Paul

Ads in the middle are very disruptive and take away from both the message and the brand.. Still a fan though.

Aug 19th
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Mezei Cristian

Amazing episode. There are so many ideeas that got way clearer in my head after this.

Aug 17th
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Chris Winn

How about getting Dr Esselstyn on the podcast? He actually REVERSES heart disease in his patients with a plant based vegan diet. Oh? You're sponsored by butcher?

Aug 9th
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Dan Figard

Tom, wondering if classes have sold out already? I am getting an error message when I try to get passed the first sign up page w/ email, create a password, etc. any help would be great I'll try again later as well. Thanks, so much for this opportunity this is life-changing for me and my family!!!!

Jul 28th
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Lawrence Robertson

As someone who is currently homeless, and coming from a similar background of the streets, this interview with Everett really hits 'home'. This serves as a reminder of what Fantastic shit is possible no matter what circumstances you may find yourself as long as you keep learning, improving, persevere. Thank you. Hotep

Jul 17th
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Mike Butkus

I'm pumped to implement these into my life

Jul 16th
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