Change Your Life by Changing Your Thought Process | Brendon Burchard
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There you will get direct access to Tom and the team PLUS exclusive content, offers, and so much more. Jump on in and get started on becoming legendary! Life coach to billionaires and one of the greatest influencers of all time, Brendon Burchard knows exactly how to make an impact. So, on this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Brendon details precisely how to achieve impossibly high performance, evaluate yourself and your goals, and deal with failure and stress. And he does it all while still bringing his trademark joy and revealing the qualities that have allowed him to build and maintain exceptional relationships and a vibrant community. Oh, and he still repels all the jerks!
Brendon shares the story of being suicidal, then being in a nearly fatal accident [3:03]
Brendon describes becoming obsessive about learning leadership and psychology [4:53]
Your life is determined by each decision you make, every day [7:20]
Brendon describes his selfevaluation and visualization process [10:33]
How to observe your life dispassionately [17:55]
Brendon explains how to deal with failures and feeling bad [21:04]
Going through the motions is the death of high performance [24:29]
Tom and Brendon discuss leveraging guilt and pain, courage and contemplation [25:56]
Brendon strongly advocates the need for community [29:48]
Tom advocates learning to endure hardship, failure and stress [31:50]
Brendon advocates allowing joy and deep pleasure [34:45]
Brendon explains how he came to value relationships so deeply [39:05]
What one change could people make to have more of an impact [43:27]
“Your life doesn’t end up an accident. Your life is a series of actions that you initiate or don’t initiate.” [7:58]
“I’m totally cool with guilt. It’s good that we feel bad when we do something that is below our standards or that’s not right.” [22:29]
“The world completely underestimates the power of visualization, completely misutilizes the human power of contemplation. The number one thing I say to my clients: Going through the motions is the death of high performance.” [25:15]
“Emotion is not something you have. Emotion is something you generate.” [31:00]
“I don’t attract assholes. I’m too annoying. I’m too happy for them. There’s too much positive psychology happening so all the assholes say, ‘I don’t like that guy.’ They don’t come to my seminars. They don’t buy my stuff. I repel all the jerks.” [41:05]
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High Performance Habits www.hpxlife.com [2:40]
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Use This HOLIDAY Survival Guide to Make This Holiday Season the Best EVER! | Tom Bilyeu
This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Go to https://betterhelp.com/impact for 10% off your first month. BetterHelp is an online counseling company with the mission to make professional counseling accessible, affordable, and convenient.
There’s no doubt that the holidays can be an extremely stressful time for many people.
Whether you’re dealing with loneliness and depression, family trauma, politically opinionated cousins, or staying disciplined with what you eat, there are a lot of landmines hidden among the holiday cheer.
The good news is there are also highly effective tools and tricks that can help you navigate all of the potential difficulties that can crop up this time of year.
By framing things in the right way, setting expectations for yourself and those around you, and looking for ways to find and deepen human connection, you can turn a potentially stressful time into one of the most beautiful times of the year.
00:00 | Introduction
00:47 | Dealing with Loneliness
10:24 | Maintaining Discipline at Holiday Meals
18:40 | Navigate Emotional Storms in the Family
32:25 | Working Through the Holidays?
37:06 | Faking It With Family
44:10 | Fill Your Heart With Love
“When you know you’re doing something for other people, you feel this deep sense of meaning and purpose. Doing that around the holidays I think can be a huge, huge win.” [6:19]
“Bright lines will work, no matter what it is, as long as you want the outcome enough to essentially torment yourself.” [12:53]
“We cannot control other people. You cannot make them deal with their mental health. That cannot be your responsibility.” [22:55]
“The whole punchline of life is to live a joyful life of fulfillment that’s it.” [34:42]
“Having those bickering, biting, traumafilled exchanges are their own punishment. You do not need to make it worse by trying to change people, convince them to be otherwise, or whatever.” [44:20]
Burmese Pronunciation Pitfalls
Not differentiating the unaspirated consonants from the aspirated consonants in Burmese speaking can lead you to say \”I came from a big prison\” when you meant to say \”I came from a city by the name of Taung Gyi,\” or \”I like bellybutton flesh\” when you meant to say, \”I like chicken,\” or \”I want to kiss your frog\” when you meant to say \”I want to kiss your cheeks.\”
The examples in this lesson show you how to distinguish them.
Kenneth Wong is the author of Easy Burmese and Survival Burmese from Tuttle Publishing.
For more Burmese lessons, go to URL is http://tinyurl.com/kwongburmeselessons
These BILLIONAIRES Share Their Most Valuable Secrets on How to Build A SUCCESSFUL Life
I’m teaching a LIVE workshop later this November to teach you how to make ANY goal stick.
Look the truth is, most people never come close to achieving their goals and it’s not because they’re not smart enough, or not worthy. It’s because they aren’t using the right strategies to stick to doing the work that’s going to lead to their success. Make no mistake, achieving goals is a PROCESS that means you can learn it and get better at it. To join me and register your seat, go to live.impacttheory.com.
The top 5 videos on “how to be successful” were watched over 46 million times on YouTube. People have also watched the top 5 videos on “how to build wealth” more than 21 million times. It seems that people are searching for the secret to success, tips for building wealth and what the best path is to accomplish these things. If you’re here, either you’re also seeking answers, a fan of Impact Theory, or quite possibly both. This video compilation features 5 billionaires: Tilman Fertitta, David Rubenstein, Ray Dalio, Jamie Kern Lima, and Glenn Stearns. We’ve taken some of their best and most profound advice and brought it together in one session for you to learn and implement some of these strategies today.
12 Pieces of Advice From 5 Billionaires You Can Adopt Today:
1. Separate yourself from anybody else
2. Don’t spend energy on what you can’t control
3. To get anywhere, do it on your own
4. Turn down the volume on negative thoughts
5. Know what you’re not good at
6. Be the bull and do the job better than anyone else
7. Ask questions and have conversations
8. Listen to your gut and trust yourself
9. Dream big and take steps to get to the next level
10. Surround yourself with people smarter than you
11. Learn how to believe in yourself through the journey
12. Enjoy doing what you do
Check out the full episodes featured here:
Tilman Fertitta: https://youtu.be/TgJvwVtENsg
David Rubenstein: https://youtu.be/eV2z2TbHUh0
Ray Dalio: https://youtu.be/d25_QbLa0BY
Jamie Kern Lima: https://youtu.be/XGOUzDUm4C4
Glenn Stearns: https://youtu.be/M7xylRAp_uw
0:00 | Introduction
0:55 | Build Your Greatness
6:45 | Search for the Truth
11:27 | Choose Your Own Path
27:50 | Level Up Who’s Around You
35:30 | Enjoy the Journey
“It’s easy to separate yourself from anybody else, no matter what your position is. If you go to work for a company, and you don’t go up the corporate ladder, it’s your fault.” Tilman Fertitta [1:36]
“If you’re going to get anywhere in life, you’ve got to do it on your own.” David Rubenstein [4:41]
“A lot of times the most hurtful words we hear are the ones we say to ourselves and the ones we make make up” Jamie Kern Lima [6:21]
“If you know what you’re not good at, your life’s no problem, because you don’t even have to get good at it. You just have to work with somebody who’s good at what you’re not good at” Ray Dalio [7:38]
“When you attract the right people, […] you can go faster, you can do the things that you’re really interested in doing.” Glenn Stearns [16:03]
“Sometimes like knowing when to let go of a dream, knowing when to quit, is actually a victory, too, it’s actually as important as when to keep going.” Jamie Kern Lima [21:07]
“It’s about the journey of, are you stepping into all of who you are, and the person you’re born to be, and how do you do that?” Jamie Kern Lima [22:48]
“Who we let speak into our lives, and who we turn the volume down on, but still love anyway, is so important.” Jamie Kern Lima [33:47]
“Know how to work with people who can do things really well to get the most leverage out of people.” Ray Dalio [34:34]
“I love going to the office and leading people and trying to conquer something. That’s what I enjoy doing, it’s [a] sport.” Tilman Fertitta [44:00]
Follow and Learn More About These Massively Successful Entrepreneurs:
Tilman Fertitta: https://www.tilmanfertitta.com/
David Rubenstein: http://www.davidrubenstein.com/
Jamie Kern Lima: https://jamiekernlima.com/
Glenn Stearns: https://www.glennstearns.com/
Why translating literature is sometimes impossible | Mariam Mansuryan | [email protected]
One of the most exciting aspects of living in the 21st Century is the opportunity to experience literature from around the world. But except for the languages we’re fluent in, most of us depend on translations. How easily do literary devices and effects survive translation from one language to another? Are there some aspects of literature that simply can’t be translated at all? Using examples from Armenian, Russian and English, Mariam argues that, sometimes, ideas really can be ‘lost in translation’. This talk began as an applied linguistics project in the winter and spring of 2015, when Mariam presented the results of her research to a panel of academics at Charles University in Prague.
Mariam moved from her native Armenia and joined the International School of Prague’s high school in 2015. Already fluent in Armenian and Russian, she quickly developed skills in English. Her curiosity about translation was sparked when she began reading and comparing fiction in several languages.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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