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Lewis Howes is a NYT bestselling author, Lifestyle Entrepreneur, former pro athlete and world record holder in football. The goal of the School of Greatness is to share inspiring stories from the most brilliant business minds, world class athletes and influential celebrities on the planet to help you find out what makes great people great.

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“A leaky gut is the cause of all disease.”QUESTIONSWhat are specific ways to heal your heart without surgery? (7:20)What’s the difference between a good virus and a bad virus? (18:03)What are the foods that heal leaky gut and defend against viruses? (28:50)Why is peanut butter such a bad thing? (37:25)What boosts the immune system? (59:43)Is it possible to have such a strong immune system that you can reject any virus? (1:06:40)How important are probiotics right now? (1:09:35)YOU WILL LEARNWhy fixing the heart medically can only help your health so much (1:06)Why we need germs and bacteria to stay healthy (13:45)The benefits of time-restricted feeding (20:25)What causes aging (23:17)How mental illness comes from the gut (43:30)Why food labels can’t be trusted (49:20)The importance of human connection for your heart during a time of social distancing (1:12:55)How bacteria choose who you are attracted to (1:15:01)LINKS MENTIONEDThe Plant ParadoxDr. Gundry PodcastDavid KesslerTerry WahlsThe Longevity ParadoxDr. Amen podcast with Dr. GundryVibrant AmericaGundryMD.comIf you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/935 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
“Nothing in the world can open up your heart like giving it to someone else.”QUESTIONSWhat do you really want in life? (1:03)How has love, loss, forgiveness and transformation impacted you in your life? (19:32)Do you feel you love yourself more now than ever before? (30:30)How has being in love helped you in your art? (37:00)Why do you think poetry is getting its comeback? (42:25)Who have you had to forgive the most? (47:40)Where do you think you would be if your dad was loving and supportive? (48:56)Where do you think poetry is going in the next ten years? (49:56)Why does it seem in life that we need something drastic to happen to change? (56:43)YOU WILL LEARNHow to accept who you are (6:22)Why being positive in the bad times is essential in intimacy (14:32)In-Q shares some of his best poems (21:30-30:15)What happens when we first start dating  (34:12)Why wanting love and validation is an important part of dating (37:40)The difference between codependent love and unconditional love (40:50)What happens when people get up to use their voice (51:25)The two halves of IN-Q’s new book and what they mean (1:00:00)LINKS MENTIONEDInquire WithinIf you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/934 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
From Wondery, the team that brought you Dying for Sex and Dirty John, Even The Rich gives you the real inside scoop on the drama that keeps these families in the spotlight. Even the Rich will give you a hilarious, behind-the-scenes look into how these dynasties are built, and the lengths they are willing to go to protect the family name.This show is part history, part comedy, part gossip, and all fascinating. A world where the stakes are high and the rules don’t apply.
“We are all faced with great opportunities brilliantly disguised as impossible situations.”QUESTIONSHow quickly can we heal trauma that’s been inside of us for decades? (4:33)Is the information trauma we are taking in more damaging than physical trauma? (6:56)What are ways to support our inner environment on a daily basis? (25:14)How do we brainwash ourselves in times of stress to believe in calm and peace? (29:43)What can someone who is in a very dark place begin to do to get relief? (34:26)How do we learn how to heal the heart when it’s not information taught by the world? (51:52)YOU WILL LEARNHow to change your health by changing your mind (2:15)How strengthening your inner environment will strengthen your immune system (14:00)The massive power of telling yourself a positive story about your future (21:03)Dr. Joe’s advice to anyone who is super stressed about coronavirus (44:53)Dr. Joe’s 60 second daily process to boost his internal environment (48:45)LINKS MENTIONEDBecoming SupernaturalBreaking the Habit of Being YourselfYou Are the PlaceboIf you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/933 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
“Consciousness is where we are granted choice.”QUESTIONSHow are you growing faster than other therapist brands? (1:28)How do we change a feeling of powerlessness? (7:25)What’s the greatest trauma people face? (17:24)What’s the level a child or the parent traumatizes the other? (19:23)How do we come to a place of worthiness? (29:00)What is the best practice on observing self thoughts? (37:13)What’s your biggest trigger? (39:13)How do we forgive our parents, even if they were doing the best they can? (43:20)How do we say no without apologizing? (49:30)How do you speak to a child that has a chaotic reality and has not observed their own thoughts? (1:01:30)What’s your biggest fear as a therapist? (1:07:32)YOU WILL LEARNThe issue with always thinking about what to do next (5:30)How to develop a consistency in practice in consciousness of action (9:45)The top tools for your healing journey (16:25)Why meditation is key to tuning in to our internal world (24:30)What to do when we get stuck in our familiarized comfort zone (27:50)How the practice of self observation removes focus without judgment (29:30)Why we must change our expectations (41:21)Why we find a way to keep connections with other humans (51:32)Great ways to say no without apologizing or explaining yourself (56:25)The importance of going inward and connecting with ourselves everyday (1:07:10)LINKS MENTIONEDThe Body Keeps the ScoreVirtual Self Healer Circle MembershipBrain on Fire by Susannah CahalanIf you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/932 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
“You don’t need a miracle to be one.”QUESTIONSHow did your parents instill courage in you? (4:16)How do you unchain your fears? (12:30)How do we truly let go of hurt, pain and resentment? (24:05)How do we build self belief amidst so much self doubt? (45:20)What is the biggest lesson your wife has taught you? (56:45)YOU WILL LEARNHow to prepare ourselves for the world (7:35)How attitude affects encouragement and discouragement (9:30)How to unchain your fears (13:04)How to navigate through the ups and downs of life (19:10)A powerful way to let go of things that don’t serve you (25:31)The best ways to help someone in need (29:25)Why we must not hold on to resentment (32:52)Where our value comes from (42:20)How to understand your relationship to your dreams (46:02)How to define your own goals (50:30)The key to finding value in each day (1:11:54)LINKS MENTIONEDThe Nick Vujicic podcastMoney Secrets of the Rich by John R. BurleyLife Without Limits: Inspiration for a Ridiculously Good LifeBe the Hands and Feet: Living Out God’s Love for All His ChildrenIf you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/931 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
“It is our duty to spread calm and mental connection rather than infection.”QUESTIONSWhat is more contagious: a physical virus or an anxiety virus? (5:43)How can we keep good mental hygiene right now? (7:40)What has been your honest reaction to the coronavirus escalating so fast? (18:39)YOU WILL LEARNHow our minds actually work with anxiety and fear (2:21)How to build mental resilience in a time of scarcity and anxiety (21:20)Ways to cleanse your mind from the anxiety of coronavirus (30:07)SOCIAL LINKSWebsiteInstagramTwitterFacebookYouTubeLINKS MENTIONEDUnwinding Anxiety appIf you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/930 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
“You learn to love yourself in the context of relationships with others.”QUESTIONSCan we choose to be in suffering or not? (0:30)Can you learn to suffer less over time? (4:24)When was the last time you suffered the deepest? (5:32)Why are relationships seemingly the most hard for people when they are what we need most? (8:32)How many relationships are thriving after decades of existing? (17:47)How many values do you need to have in common with your life partner? (27:35)YOU WILL LEARNWhat helps us in times of suffering (14:30)The 3 ways to make your relationship successful (22:18)What to focus on if you are single and looking to be in a relationship (24:40)What determines the success of a relationship day to day (36:01)Why it’s important to acknowledge the good in your co-workers (41:46)Why you must deal with your own past in order to deal with your relationship problems at work (50:10)If you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/929 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
“You’re the only one that has a blueprint for yourself.”QUESTIONSHow do we negotiate with our mind to achieve something? (5:16)Where do you think you’d be if you weren’t a father? (10:06)Do you think it’s better to focus on one thing or diversify? (12:05)Who has taught you the most in the last 11 years of Shark Tank? (17:35)Who is someone you’ve been a shark with that impressed you over time? (20:00)Why do you need another book? (24:31)What’s the best negotiation where both parties won the most? (32:06)What was the thing that was the hardest thing to forgive in your life? (39:41)YOU WILL LEARNThe mindset shift Daymond had when he got cancer (3:15)The main reason Daymond chose to be on Shark Tank (14:35)What a powershift is (16:25)How staying scrappy helps your business (19:21)How much we are already negotiating in day to day life (26:00)How Daymond built FUBU as a massive brand (29:23)The ratio of profit to keep to yourself when starting a business (33:36)Why constantly keeping educated is so important (38:00)If you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/928 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
This is a special 5 minute Friday about the 8 ways to be calm and prepared during a crisis, specifically the pandemic we are facing now known as the Coronavirus. We discuss things like how to have compassion for people, how to simplify, and how to keep your mind healthy and strong while others around you may be in a panic.
Are you your own worst enemy? There are going to be hundreds of obstacles that we face when trying to pursue greatness.Some people will tell you that you're not enough.Others will say your ideas are unconventional and crazy - "it's never going to work!"Maybe your own family doesn't believe in you.The pressure from other people can be insane and paralyzing, but sometimes, we are our own worst enemies. We can get in our own way when it comes to our dreams. Insecurity has a way of tripping us up when we try to get out of our comfort zone. Thoughts like, "I'm not enough," play on repeat.Other times, pride has a way of convincing us that we're doing everything right, when we're actually not, and that's not great either. We always need to be willing to change, to humble ourselves when necessary, and to get out of our comfort zone.On this episode of The School of Greatness, I've got Dave Hollis in the house to tell you his story about struggle, adaptation, and success.Dave Hollis is one half of the dynamic, powerhouse duo that is Rachel and Dave Hollis. He's the former Disney film distribution chief who was responsible for the relaunch of the Star Wars franchise, the Avengers series, and mega-hits like Frozen and Beauty and the Beast, but he left his prestigious post at Disney last year to lead The Hollis Company alongside his wife Rachel Hollis.In addition to running a company and raising his four beautiful children, Dave is touring the US, regaling tales of how one former personal development skeptic became a spokesperson for growth.Dave understands the path to success well and acknowledges that it's a path full of change. It requires not only strategy but also the willingness to grow and adapt to situations you never saw coming.I had Dave's wife, Rachel Hollis, author of Girl, Wash Your Face, on my podcast a while back, and I was so excited to have Dave on here as well! He gets vulnerable talking about their marriage and how they've navigated all this crazy stuff together.I think you all are really gonna enjoy this one. Join me on Episode 926 to learn how to get out of your own way so you can reach your fullest potential with Dave Hollis.What has been the biggest area of growth for you in the last 2 years? (9:06)Is there anything in your marriage that still isn’t resolved since Rachel’s career took off? (19:30)What have you learned is the common thing that holds women back from their greatness? (40:37)What’s your biggest fear about the next 5 years? (46:20)Why did you decide to step out and write your own book and brand? (51:47)Why Dave is okay with going from CEO to COO (0:30)What happens when you have a huge lynchpin product in your business (4:18)How to shift your perspective on vulnerability and transparency if you think they are liabilities (6:10)Why Dave shifted his relationship with alcohol to focus on running (10:28)How to unpack the stories that run your life (17:30)Where to draw the line with what you share publicly (26:35)How to make tough business decisions for the health of your business (36:29)Plus much more...
Forgiveness is a gift.Forgive and forget. We've all heard this phrase at some point, but it's way easier said than done.We are all hurt at some point in our lives. Maybe a close friend has betrayed your trust, a family member ignored your hospitality, or a partner cheated on you. Sometimes, these conflicts end, and the other person admits their wrong and asks for forgiveness, but other times, they don't. Maybe they couldn't care less that they hurt you.Sometimes, people intentionally hurt us. Maybe you've been abused, neglected, manipulated, or harassed. As a young boy, I was sexually assaulted by a man I didn't know. It was traumatizing.There are something things that just seem unforgivable.But forgiveness is not something you need permission for. It's a choice that you make yourself, and ultimately, it's an empowering and liberating one.My guest today on The School of Greatness has just written a whole book about the subject, and it's a book you're going to want to read.Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt is an American New York Times bestselling author, TV correspondent, philanthropist, and the daughter of actor Arnold Schwarzenegger and broadcast journalist Maria Shriver. In 2019, Katherine married actor Chris Pratt, and let me tell you — they are relationship goals.  In 2010, she wrote her first book entitled Rock What You've Got: Secrets to Loving Your Inner and Outer Beauty from Someone Who's Been There and Back. In this book, Katherine describes her personal journey and encourages other young women to achieve confidence and a positive self-image. Her fourth book called The Gift of Forgiveness is set for release on March 10. In the book, she interviews 22 different women about their experience overcoming trauma and hurt while figuring out the path to healing and forgiveness. Katherine is also a HUGE animal lover. Katherine works as an Ambassador for Best Friends Animal Society and the ASPCA, lending her time, voice, and energy to spread awareness about animal rescue. She rescued her own dog, Maverick, and even wrote a children's book about him called Maverick and Me. Katherine is such a genuinely kind and thoughtful person. I really enjoyed this interview with her and was blown away by the things she had to say.Are you battling with forgiveness? Do you feel imprisoned by your pain? Then join me on Episode 925 with the wonderful Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt to learn how forgiveness is a step toward healing and greatness.What’s the most powerful lesson you’ve learned from your mom? (1:30)Was there ever a time when you didn’t love yourself? (4:05)What thing in your life are you most proud of? (8:13)What has been the hardest thing for you to forgive in your life? (12:10)How many people did you need to forgive in the process of writing this book? (17:45)When have you felt most alone? (27:25)What have animals taught you about forgiveness? (30:28)How can you forgive something quickly when it saddens or angers you? (32:55)Why it’s important to be proud of your relationships (9:39)The biggest relationship lesson Katherine has learned in her first year of marriage (10:15)Why waiting for someone to ask for forgiveness doesn’t work (14:15)How long it takes to forgive someone (19:58)The best strategies for forgiveness (24:34)How to forgive yourself (37:06)Plus much more...If you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/925 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
“You know energetically if someone is adding to or subtracting from you.”If you’ve never experienced or been a part of a toxic relationship, congratulations!You will still benefit from listening to this episode on The School of Greatness, however.For the rest of us, this conversation with Transformation Coach Chris Lee (back for the 5th time by popular demand!) is powerful.Take it from me: toxic relationships are not worth it, whether they are romantic, professional, family, friends, whatever.But it can be really really hard to end them if you don’t know how.That’s why Chris and I wanted to discuss this process on the podcast. In this 5 Minute Friday, he breaks down the first two steps, walks you through the how and why, and drops a lot of wisdom along the way.This process is powerful and can free you from relationships in your life that need to shift or go away.If you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/924 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
“It’s okay to love people more than you might have been taught was okay.”What hard things do you do daily to seek pain? (3:05)What is the biggest fear you have yet to conquer? (13:35)How have you stay focused on your wife and family as your fame and success has grown? (16:28)What is something you don’t want people to know about you? (39:45)What do you need to let go of in order to step into your fullest potential? (42:19)How to overcome the fear of anything (8:21)How Dave learned how to get back up when he gets knocked down (20:48)How to teach kids to appreciate what they have (24:35)The best thing Dave learned from his Mormon mission (31:15)Why you should make deals with God or the universe (36:50)What happens when you focus in on one key skill (45:10)What Dave thinks about the new Tesla truck (49:00)How the auto industry is evolving into electric and hydrogen power (56:30)If you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/923 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
Want to be successful? You gotta fail first. If you want to accomplish anything great in life, it's most likely not going to be an easy path to get there.Sometimes, things fall into place for us. But more often than not, things fall out of place, and we find ourselves sitting in failure. Sometimes it's our fault, sometimes it's not, but whatever the case, failures are hard to handle.I myself understand failure. I used to live on my sister's coach. My injury immobilized me, and for months, I wallowed in self-pity. Finally, I realized that my failures and hardships didn't hinder me from greatness. My sister kicked me out, and I learned to fight for myself again.My guest today knows all about failure and how it can set you up for success.In addition to having incredible hair, James Altucher is an American hedge fund manager, entrepreneur, author, venture capitalist, and podcaster. He has published 20 books, and he is a contributor to publications including The Financial Times and The Huffington Post. He is also the host of The James Altucher Show in which he interviews innovators, creators, and just all around amazing people. James has founded or cofounded more than 20 companies, 17 of which have failed, but he hasn't let this slow him down.Failure is a big part of James' story. In fact, I believe that anyone who is remotely successful has probably experienced an extraordinary amount of failure in their life. Why? Because overcoming failure is a step towards success.At one point, James lost almost all his money. He was completely broke. He had less than two hundred dollars in his bank account. But somehow, he was able to build his business back up, and change that two hundred dollars into fifteen million.Want to learn his secret? Then tune into Episode 922 and get ready to be blown away by entrepreneur, author, and hair inspiration, James Altucher.When was the last time you cried? (6:01)What are you proud of yourself for and what do you regret as a father? (10:08)What is the one thing that has changed your life the most drastically? (13:06)What do you attach your self-worth to now? (30:17)Why do people either love or hate money? (34:06)What is the pathway to becoming financially free without letting money control you? (42:30)What’s the best investment you’ve made over the last 5 years? (46:10)Is there anything you are afraid of people knowing about you? (54:48)What James remembers experiences the attack on 9/11 in the streets of New York City (13:06)What to do when you make a lot of money (24:37)How to manage major fears that stick with you (26:18)How to healthily think about your money (31:15)The best place for a Millennial to invest their money right now (50:00)Plus much more...If you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/922 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
Take Time to Reflect

Take Time to Reflect

2020-02-2806:145

“I would like to live in a world where it’s not the loudest voice that wins, but instead it’s the best idea that wins.” If you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/921 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
You can always be healed.So many people struggle with chronic illness or pain. Whether it's back trouble, ringing in the ears, or headaches, we've almost all been in a situation when we know that something is wrong but we don't know what to do and how to fix it.Thankfully, we have doctors and health professionals to diagnose us, and they're often right! But happens when the doctors aren't sure what's wrong or how to fix the problem?What if I were to tell you that there was someone who could "read" your medical condition, like a person reads a book. He could sit down with you right now and tell you what's wrong, without even looking at your charts or medical history. You'd say I'm crazy right?My guest today is committed to helping people around the world understand and improve their health. He doesn't go about it traditionally — he has a conversation with a spiritual medium about each person's individual health concerns and how to heal them.A lot of you are probably skeptical, but when it comes to Anthony William, the results speak for themselves.Anthony William, also known as The Medical Medium, is the originator of the global celery juice movement and #1 New York Times best-selling author of several books, including Medical Medium Liver Rescue, Medical Medium Celery Juice, and several others. His newest book, Medical Medium Cleanse to Heal, is coming out this month! Anthony was born with the unique ability to converse with the Spirit of Compassion, who provides him with extraordinarily accurate health information that's far ahead of its time. Since age four, Anthony has been using his gift to “read” people's conditions and tell them how to recover their health.His unprecedented accuracy and success rate as the Medical Medium have earned him the trust and love of millions worldwide. Movie stars, rock stars, billionaires, professional athletes, and countless other people from all walks of life could not find a way to heal until Anthony provided them with insights from above. Anthony has also become an invaluable resource to doctors who need help solving their most difficult cases. When they aren't sure what's going on, Anthony is there to listen, channel the Spirit of Compassion, and provide his counsel. Intriguing, right!? Want to learn more about how compassion can help heal your body and cleanse your mind? Then tune into Episode 920 and get ready to be blown away by Anthony William, the Medical Medium.What’s the difference between listening to a voice and channelling? (3:43)What’s the relationship you have with compassion? (6:06)What is the secret to ending disease and chronic pain? (15:40)What is the biggest disease in America right now? (19:50)How do we prevent all these symptoms from affecting us physically? (25:53)What does more water do for you? (28:50)What should we do on a daily basis to combat this? (35:02)What are the foods we should never eat? (36:16)What foods should you eat? (42:10)What would the spirit of compassion say to you when you see someone with a really bad disease? (49:32)What’s it like to be in an intimate relationship with you? (1:00:20)Why the Spirit of Compassion gives answers where traditional diagnoses do not (11:27)Why disease and chronic pain all lead to pathogens (15:54)The key to winning in disease (17:10)The surprising reason to stay off of dairy and gluten (29:44)We need to learn about the food that feeds pathogens (35:44)Why celery juice is such a great daily antidote (46:30)Why you don’t create your own symptoms or create your own illness (104:40)Plus much more...If you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/920 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
You have the power to change your story. Have you ever felt like your life story was not your own?There's always the pressure to become someone who you aren't. Maybe you're comparing yourself to the people you see on social media. This is so easy to do. We often just post the best of ourselves on the internet, and then the illusion is that everyone is living these perfect lives.But we know that isn't true. You can't compare your real life to a filtered version of someone else's.Sometimes the pressure comes from within, and other times, it comes directly from the mouths of other people. It's easy to let the outside world dictate who you are supposed to be. People love to tell people what to do and who to become.But you have your own voice in this world. People can try to shout over it, but it's up to you to make a stand for who you are.On this episode of The School of Greatness, I had the pleasure of talking with JoJo, a pop-icon, who shares about battling comparison, asserting her voice, and writing her own story in the midst of extreme pressure.JoJo is a pop and R&B singer, songwriter, record producer, and actress. She released her first album, JoJo, in June 2004, and the album's first single, "Leave (Get Out)," was No.1 on the US Billboard Pop Chart. She was only 13 years old - the youngest solo artist in history to ever top the billboard charts. She’s also starred in movies like Aquamarine and RV (with Robin Williams) and in TV shows like Hawaii 5-0 and Lethal Weapon. In 2006, she released her second studio album, The High Road, which was also a great success, but her third album, Mad Love, was delayed due to record label disputes. She realized she didn't have power over her own voice, and this was non-negotiable. In 2008, JoJo founded her own record label, Clover Music, and re-released her previous albums. Her fourth studio album, good to know, will drop in spring 2020, and in April she will kick off an international tour.JoJo was offered her first record deal at six years old. From a young age, she has felt immense pressure from music industry to become who they want her to be, but JoJo made a stand for herself.Join me on Episode 919 with JoJo to learn how she owned her story and how you can too.Where do you think your life would be if you’d had social media early on in your career? (1:20)Did you dream of being a superstar when you were a kid? (7:40)When did fear come into your life as a creative? (9:15)How did you learn to create your own self-worth? (19:45)What challenges do you face being in an intimate relationship? (25:39)What were the most powerful moments you’ve experienced on stage? (34:57)What are some lyrics that define the decades of your life? (47:05)What it was like when JoJo didn’t own her own music (3:15)The lessons JoJo learned from her early success and from then til now (16:05)How to learn how to be happy by yourself (32:10)The value of facing your fears regularly (39:40)How to make yourself proud (44:40)Plus much more...If you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/919 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
Become the Chess Player

Become the Chess Player

2020-02-2106:575

Don't settle for being a pawn. If you've played chess before, then you'll know there's several different pieces in the game. You have the queen and king, obviously the most important pieces, and then on the other side of the spectrum, you have the pawns.Pawns can't do a lot. They have limited movement, and a lot of them get knocked over pretty early. There's always the chance they could win the game, but that chance is pretty low.When it comes to investing your money, it's easy to be a pawn and not a player. It's amazing how much compounded interest you can earn from investment, but it's equally upsetting how much of that interest can be negated by fees.If you don't know what you're doing, you'll probably become a pawn in someone else's game.On this Five Minute Friday episode, I revisit a conversation with legendary Tony Robbins who explains the necessity in being knowledgeable, strategic, and intentional when it comes to investing your money.If you've listened to The School of Greatness podcast before, you've probably heard me mention Tony Robbins. I've had him on the show several times, and he is an absolute legend.Tony Robbins is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, philanthropist, and the nation’s #1 Life and Business Strategist. Author of six internationally bestselling books, including the New York Times #1 best-sellers MONEY: Master the Game and UNSHAKEABLE, Tony has empowered more than 50 million people from 100 countries through his audio, video, and life training programs.Tony uses his money to help others and give back to humanity. Once he got rid of the scarcity mindset, he was able to become the man we know him as today.On February 27th, 2020, Tony Robbins and fellow entrepreneur Dean Graziosi are hosting a free webinar training for anyone who wants to learn how they can be successful in the exploding digital economy. If you're looking to follow in their footsteps, this is an opportunity you can't pass up.Thinking about investing but not sure how? You know, 96% of mutual funds don't beat the market. That leaves a 4% margin for you to succeed. If you want to win the game, you're going to have to be a player, not a pawn.Join me on Episode 918 to learn how with icon Tony Robbins.Disclosure: I am an independent Mastermind.com / Mind Mint LLC / BBG Enterprises Affiliate, not an employee. I receive referral payments from Mastermind.com / Mind Mint LCC / BBG Enterprises. The opinions expressed here are my own and are not official statements of Mastermind.com / Mind Mint LLC / BBG Enterprises or its parent company, Mastermind.com / Mind Mint LLC / BBG Enterprises LCC.If you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/918 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
“I want to make self-education the new norm.”QUESTIONSWhat’s the greatest lesson you’ve learned about intimate relationships that applies to business relationships? (8:00)What are the keys to constantly deepening your love in a long-term relationship that apply to business? (14:13)How to create a hunger within yourself to achieve great things (23:20)What did you learn last year that you’re letting go of this year? (35:49)YOU WILL LEARNWays you can learn to build a profitable career without going to college (2:30)Why 2020 is the year for female entrepreneurs (9:28)The different kinds of entrepreneur you can be (26:30)The message Dean wants his soon to be born son to know (29:31)What happens when you are in complete alignment with yourself (42:01)Who masterminds are for and who they are not for (46:26)If you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/917 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
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Travis Chang

lengthy, aimless conversations...one of the worst podcast. unsubbed, waste of time. this isn't meant to degrade but an honest opinion.

Mar 21st
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Maritza Madrid

and to add with the video, there is hope! and there will be one day when there will be peace and unity

Mar 20th
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Maritza Madrid

wanted to share this video, there is an answer as to why we suffer. please see this short video with answer from the Bible. much love ! https://www.jw.org/en/library/books/good-news-from-god/why-god-allows-evil-and-suffering/video-why-suffering/

Mar 20th
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Aygun Farhadi

I find it so useful. Thank you ❤❤🌼🌼🌼.

Mar 19th
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shreyank goyal

no one is talking about phone its the dirtiest

Mar 14th
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Sarmad

katherine wrote an amazing book everyone should listen to this

Mar 11th
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fb314

I always love hearing from Chris! Get him back on the show soon, please.

Mar 9th
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fb314

Anthony's three truths were so powerful!

Mar 8th
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Aygun Farhadi

👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Thank you ❤.

Mar 7th
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Albert Sanchez

great episode

Mar 6th
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Ginger Waniandy

Thank you so much Lewis for helping Anthony to get this message out. I am going to start with teaching my mom how to help her body and many others. I can't wait to connect with my spirits and do the work I was meant to do. We all can connect if we allow ourselfs, this is what everyone is looking for, but looking in the wrong places.

Mar 1st
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Thomas Kleinsasser

Amazing!! I've read all his books, practiced this and completely transformed my health after trying so many different things for so long. 🙏🏽⭐💯

Feb 29th
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Леонид Такеев

Sounds like a complete nutcase... does he even have any medical expertise?!

Feb 28th
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Sabby Sidd

Love love loved it!

Feb 27th
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Scott Newbanks

Real fuzzy science...

Feb 27th
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Robert Holland

Great story about hugging and talking to your 6 year old self.

Feb 25th
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Liana Dang

loved this! Lewis you ask really good questions, love your curiosity. Thank you Donny for sharing your message to the millennials. I will be relistening to this episode again as I reccomend it. Amazing 🙏💗

Feb 17th
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Destiny Snow

this is a dont miss epidose!!!

Feb 14th
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Destiny Snow

this is a dont miss epidose!!!

Feb 14th
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