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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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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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My Favorite

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This is my favorite podcast that I have come across thus far. The interviews are well versed and cause each guest to go deep. Lewis seems so personable and self-aware! Great content, great questions, empowering motivation, and opportunity for growth and self development! LOVE!LOVE!LOVE!

Fantastic show

By Stephen Putonti - Nov 13 2019
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I am a new listener and love the topics, fantastic interviewing, and relevant topics.

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195
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My Favorite

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This is my favorite podcast that I have come across thus far. The interviews are well versed and cause each guest to go deep. Lewis seems so personable and self-aware! Great content, great questions, empowering motivation, and opportunity for growth and self development! LOVE!LOVE!LOVE!

Fantastic show

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I am a new listener and love the topics, fantastic interviewing, and relevant topics.

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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.

Heal Your Body with Your Mind: Dr. Joe Dispenza

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THE MIND IS WHAT CONTROLS THE BODY.

Dr. Joe Joe Dispenza, D.C. is an international lecturer, researcher, corporate consultant, author, and educator who has been invited to speak in more than 32 countries on five continents.

As a lecturer and educator, he is driven by the conviction that each of us has the potential for greatness and unlimited abilities. In his easy-to-understand, encouraging, and compassionate style, he has educated thousands of people, detailing how they can rewire their brains and recondition their bodies to make lasting changes.

As a researcher, Dr. Joe’s passion can be found at the intersection of the latest findings from the fields of neuroscience, epigenetics, and quantum physics to explore the science behind spontaneous remissions. He uses that knowledge to help people heal themselves of illnesses, chronic conditions, and even terminal diseases so they can enjoy a more fulfilled and happy life, as well as evolve their consciousness.

The mind is so much more powerful than we give it credit for. Be ready to open your mind, learn how to be present, and heal yourself permanently on Episode 679.
Some Questions I Ask:

What was the theory about water from What the Bleep? (1:17)

What are the four common things people do to heal with their mind? (8:44)

How do we become greater than the body? (14:44)

Do you rehearse where you want to be daily?(23:17)

What does it take to change? (32:35)

Your body will create balance for you? (38:27)

What if we want good things to come faster? (46:22)

When was the last time you felt an overwhelming about of love? (50:44)

What’s your definition of surrender? (58:07)

What challenge would you give out listeners? (1:06:24)
In This Episode You Will Learn:

When Dr. Joe started believing in the philosophy that the mind can heal anything (2:27)

Why we stay stuck in bad relationships and bad jobs (11:07)

How we can change our energy (31:34)

How you can get to the point where you are in the present (35:33)

How to get into the heart (42:12)

When you experience the most love (47:56)

If Dr. feels like he’s answered the questions for himself (57:48)

What Dr. Joe’s mission is right now (59:28)

Dr. Joe’s greatest teacher (1:11:24)

What the Quantum Field is (20:33)

How to change your life (31:04)

Aug 13 2018

1hr 25mins

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Love, Intimacy, and Relationships

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MARRIAGE ISN'T THE PROBLEM - MARRYING THE WRONG PERSON IS.

We all want connection.

We all want an amazing, sexy, supportive romantic relationship.

So why is it so hard to find the person who can fill that position?

Most often, it’s not other people that are the problem- it’s ourselves.

We have so much hurt from our past that we haven’t worked through that keeps us from experience true connection with someone else.

Hurt people hurt people.

On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I discuss what is keeping people from accepting love and why marriages fail with an incredible relationship guru: Stephan Labossiere.
Stephan Labossiere a.k.a Stephan Speaks is a certified relationship coach, speaker, and author. From understanding the opposite sex to navigating the paths and avoiding the pitfalls of relationships and self-growth, Stephan's relationship advice and insight help countless individuals achieve an authentically amazing life.
Seen, heard and chronicled in national and international media outlets including; the Tom Joyner Morning Show, The Examiner, ABC, and Huffington Post Live, to name a few. To coin a phrase by an individual who attended one of his speaking engagements, "he's definitely the relationship guy, all relationships all the time."
Stephan talks about how important it is to heal before you get into a relationship. Otherwise, you’re going to be projecting your past hurt onto your partner.
He says that the most important part of every relationship is connection. Connection will bring chemistry.
So get ready to learn all about the things that make a romantic relationship last on Episode 730.
Some Questions I Ask:

Who runs away from relationships that have potential more? Men or Women? (15:00)

What makes you an expert on relationships? (19:00)

What’s the greatest lesson you’ve learned in a relationship? (22:00)

What are the key things people should be looking for in a partner? (24:00)

How often should we be talking about our sexual needs? (35:00)

How do you manifest “the one?” (42:00)

When someone feels like they have found “the one,” what are the conversations they should have to know it’s the right decision? (49:00)

How do you know when you should end a relationship? (1:08:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:

The number one thing holding people back from successful relationships (10:00)

Why men ruin relationships more than women (18:00)

How abstinence helped Stephan see things more clearly (20:00)

The things that every great relationship needs (23:00)

About the “Who Hurt Me” List (39:00)

The attitude many women have that pushes men away (44:00)

The truth about open relationships (58:00)

The one thing that Stephan wishes men knew about women (1:13:00)

Dec 10 2018

1hr 33mins

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Kobe Bryant: Mamba Mentality and The Mind of a Champion

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“REST AT THE END, NOT IN THE MIDDLE.”- KOBE BRYANT

He’s won five NBA championships with the Lakers and led the NBA in scoring during two seasons. He’s an 18-time All-Star, 15-time member of the All-NBA Team, 12-time member of the All-Defensive Team. He holds the NBA record for the most seasons played with one franchise for an entire career: 20 seasons.

In 2018, he received an Academy Award for his animated short “Dear Basketball.” He also just launched a podcast called The Punies that teaches kids morals and history in a really fun way.

Kobe’s known for what he calls his Mamba Mentality, but it’s his big heart that is truly admirable. He is constantly reinventing himself and continuing to pursue new dreams.

There is so much power in his energy and presence. I know you’re really going to love this one.

So get ready to learn all about Mamba Mentality and how to embrace failure on Episode 691.
Some Questions I Ask:

Who was your greatest teacher? (7:10)

What are some other things you do to raise the level of your teammates? (17:00)

What’s been your greatest challenge since leaving the game? (20:30)

What’s a constant theme in your life? (24:40)

Why is storytelling important to you? (25:39)

What’s your greatest weakness? (34:35)
In This Episode You Will Learn:

All about the “Mamba Mentality” (12:20)

Why he has a passion of storytelling (26:00)

Why you should be excited about failure (27:10)

Kobe’s greatest moment in 20 seasons of basketball (36:14)

Kobe’s daily routine (39:00)

Sep 10 2018

53mins

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How to Build Life Changing Habits and Break Addiction with Dr. Jud Brewer

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YOUR EGO NEEDS FEEDING. We all have addictions. Some of us know exactly what habits we need to break. Others don’t even realize we’re addicted to unhealthy patterns. Whether it’s smoking, relationships, or simply being addicted to ourselves, we could all benefit from mapping out our habits to begin to understand them. It’s important to foster our curiosity. If we can learn to investigate our minds the way we investigated our environment as children, we can begin to understand ourselves.  Sometimes it’s our ego that we continue to feed. Other times it’s a false sense of reward we think we’re receiving from an old habit. Through mindfulness, we can learn to experience our habits as they are and not as we remember them. When we do this, we can begin breaking even our most challenging addictions. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, we discuss optimizing habits, breaking addictions, and transforming your life with one of the kindest addiction psychiatrists and mindfulness experts that I have ever met: Dr. Jud Brewer. Dr. Jud Brewer is the Director of Research and Innovation at the Mindfulness Center and associate professor in psychiatry at the School of Medicine at Brown University, as well as a research affiliate at MIT. As an addiction psychiatrist and internationally known expert in mindfulness training for treating addictions, Dr. Jud has developed and tested novel mindfulness programs for habit change, including both in-person and app-based treatments for smoking, and emotional eating and anxiety. So get ready to learn how mindfulness can free you from addiction on Episode 878.

Some Questions I Ask:
What was the hardest addiction for you to overcome? (11:05)
What is the first thing people can do to self-assess themselves? (21:45)
What are the 5 or 6 common addictions that most people have? (22:30)
Are meditation and mindfulness the solution to everything? (36:00)
Are there any addictions that you have not been able to overcome? (46:55)
What’s the difference between a habit and an addiction? (50:00)
Is mental illness something that can be cured? (54:30)
What is the difference between mindfulness and overthinking? (57:50)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
About the ego and how many people are addicted to themselves (13:25) 
How mapping out your habit loops can help you understand the truth about your experiences. (21:00)
The power of curiosity (20:00) 
About reward-based learning (26:30) 
The science behind reward-based learning and how it helps us understand changing behavior (31:30) 
How to hack cravings with curiosity (34:30) 
How Dr. Jud’s apps help you map out your habits and start your habit-breaking journey (42:00)
About positive habits and when they become problematic (45:00) 
About the two types of curiosity (52:00) 
Why we continue to struggle so much when the answers are often right in front of us (59:00) 
The science behind the effect of true generosity, kindness, and connection on our habits (1:07:00)
Plus much more...

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/878 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Nov 20 2019

1hr 17mins

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Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds with David Goggins

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CHOOSE THE PATH OF MOST RESISTANCE.

Do you avoid challenging yourself?

If you do, you’re cheating yourself of reaching your full potential.

There is so much you can learn through pain.

But we want to avoid it.

We want to stay in our comfort zone.

Growth, though, is found in the discomfort zone.

You have to have the courage to face sickness, disappointment, and discomfort.

That’s why I’m so excited to share this conversation I had with someone who has mastered the art of using pain as a way to better himself: David Goggins.

David Goggins is a retired Navy SEAL and is the only member of the U.S. Armed Forces to complete SEAL training (including two Hell Weeks), the U.S. Army Ranger School (where he graduated as Enlisted Honor Man) and Air Force Tactical Air Controller training.

David is indisputably one of the world’s best endurance athletes. He has completed over 60 endurance races, regularly placing in the top five and taken home first place several times.

David says that if don’t give yourself a way out, your body will figure out a way to persevere.

We are capable of so much more than we know. Mental toughness isn’t a class, it’s a lifestyle.

Learn how to change your outlook on the “bad things” that happen to you and to be excited about what you can learn through hardship on Episode 715.
Some Questions I Ask:

What was the hardest obstacle to overcome growing up? (16:53)

What was the greatest lesson your mom taught you? (25:04)

When someone’s lacking confidence, how can they gain more? (33:37)

What’s your biggest insecurity? (36:21)

Do you have any fears today? (1:11:52)

What’s the greatest lesson your father taught you? (1:26:50)
In This Episode You Will Learn:

What made David apply for the Military (23:04)

What David believes the key to life is (35:44)

Why getting sick was the best thing that ever happened to David (37:43)

About the 40 Percent Rule (38:49)

How to retrain your mind when you want to seek comfort (41:10)

What haunts David the most (47:33)

The importance of long-term gratification (1:04:20)

Why you need to be quiet with yourself to succeed (1:11:08)

David’s morning routine (1:17:18)

Nov 05 2018

1hr 47mins

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Dr. Joe Dispenza: Heal The Body and Transform the Mind

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GO FROM THINKING TO DOING TO BEING. Your emotions create your reality. You can either be held back by the feelings of your past, or you can create the feelings of your future. Every thought you have affects every atom. So how can we free ourselves from those familiar emotions that are keeping us from our ideal reality? It takes work. You’ll probably feel uncomfortable. You might even miss the old you. But once you harness your thoughts, you’ll be able to heal your body and create your future. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the power of the mind with a neuroscientist and one of my favorite past guests: Dr. Joe Dispenza. Dr. Joe Dispenza is an international lecturer, researcher, corporate consultant, author, and educator who has been invited to speak in more than 33 countries on six continents. In his easy-to-understand, encouraging, and compassionate style, he has educated thousands of people, detailing how they can rewire their brains and recondition their bodies to make lasting changes. Dr. Joe says that we can collapse space and time by using our thoughts and emotions to create our future.
So get ready to learn how to have heart and brain coherence on Episode 826.

Some Questions I Ask:
How does someone feel worthy when they’ve always been told they’re not? (14:00)
How do you achieve a coherent heart? (21:00)
What’s more powerful- our thoughts or our emotions? (42:00)
How does someone become aware of their thoughts? (49:00)
For mission-driven people, how can you have a relationship? (1:02:00)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
How to stop being held back by your past (15:00)
Why gratitude is crucial for changing your thoughts (24:00)
About the scientific evidence backing up Dr. Joe’s work (26:00)
How to use quantum physics to accomplish your dreams (45:00)
Dr. Joe’s prediction for the future (1:10:00)
The reason people’s dreams don’t happen (1:16:00)

Jul 22 2019

1hr 22mins

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Become a Self-Healer and Break Free of Emotional Cycles with Dr. Nicole LePera

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FAMILY ISN’T EVERYTHING. How often have you heard phrases about putting family first? Most of us had a plaque on the wall growing up that said something similar. But if you’re letting family walk all over you, you’re doing a disservice to yourself. We get what we tolerate. If you don’t like something, but you tolerate it, you can’t expect people to change. So how do we have better relationships with our families? We have to create a request. And we have to keep our word. Telling people what you need doesn’t always feel good, but it’s necessary to take care of yourself. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about boundaries and reparenting yourself with an inspirational holistic psychologist: Dr. Nicole Lepera. Dr. Nicole LePera is a Holistic Psychologist who believes that mental wellness is for everyone. She evolved her more traditional training from Cornell University and The New School to one that acknowledges the connection between the mind and body. Dr. LePera founded the Mindful Healing Center in Center City Philadelphia where she works with individuals, couples, and families taking gut health, sleep, movement, cellular health, belief, and mindfulness into treatment. Dr. Nicole Lepera shares her three steps to creating healthy boundaries and how to break cycles in ourselves. So get ready to learn how to be a self healer on Episode 844.

Some Questions I Ask:
What were your biggest limiting beliefs? (9:30)
How do we become unstuck? (17:00)
How do we manage the guilt of our family? (23:00)
How do we regulate our nervous system? (46:00)
What does it mean to “reparent” yourself? (1:0200)
How do we become a self healer every day? (1:16:00)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
How emotion is tied to memory (12:00)
What “interdependence” means (20:00)
The three steps to create a boundary (29:00)
How to “depersonalize” (39:00)
Dr. Nicole’s definition of manifestation (57:00)
About the “Small, Daily Promise” (1:13:00)

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/844 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Sep 02 2019

1hr 32mins

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Find Lasting Love with Matthew Hussey

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BUILD YOUR CASTLE. Love at first sight is bullshit. A relationship is like a castle. You find a plot of land that has a lot of potential. Then, bit by bit, you build the castle. But it takes work from both of you. One person can’t be laying the bricks while the other is home watching TV. After lots of hard work, you’ll have something unique and ornate that belongs to you. You’ll have a castle. That’s love. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the key to lasting relationships with an international guru of the dating and relationship-coaching scene: Matthew Hussey. Matthew Hussey is a speaker, New York Times Bestselling author, columnist for Cosmopolitan Magazine, and dating expert on ABC’s digital series What To Text Him Back. His corporate clients include Hugo Boss, The Perfume Shop, Virgin Gyms, Procter & Gamble, Bare Escentuals, U.S. legal giant Weil Gotshal & Manges, and global management consultants Accenture. 50,000 women have attended his live events and he has reached over 10 million online. Matthew says that the “activation energy” for starting relationships is lower than ever. This causes ghosting. People are less invested in relationships. But there are ways you can meet people indirectly.
So get ready to learn the three things you need to build a great relationship on Episode 811.

Some Questions I Ask:
Do people even want to have a committed, long term relationship? (19:00)
Is a great relationship when you stop thinking about your needs and not expecting anything in return? (21:30)
How do we step outside of the emotional feelings in a relationship? (25:00)
When do you know you’re ready for a committed, intimate relationship? (47:00)
What are the three things you need to have to sustain a relationship? (52:00)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
About “activation energy” and why things like Tinder make it low (10:00)
Why space is important in order to not react emotionally (30:00)
About the “castle” metaphor and why you need to build together (38:00)
Why the “trash cans” define your relationship more than the highlights (45:00)
The four stages of all relationships (1:02:30)
The first step you can do to get out of the weeds of singlehood (1:11:30)

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes, and more at www.lewishowes.com/811 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Jun 17 2019

1hr 37mins

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Your Thoughts Will Heal or Kill You with Marisa Peer

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YOU MAKE YOUR BELIEFS AND THEN YOUR BELIEFS MAKE YOU.

Marisa was listed in Tatler’s Guide to Britain’s 250 Best Practitioners and was the only woman on the Men’s Health’s list “Best of British.” She has over 25 years of experience whose clients include Olympians, Royalty, CEOs, and superstars.

She’s the bestselling author of four books and makes frequent appearances on TV and radio. She’s helped thousands of people overcome a variety of issues.

Marisa has started a radical #iamenough movement. Just saying those three words, I am enough, you can change your brain’s pattern and come from a place of self-love.

The way we feel really comes down to the pictures we have in our head and the words that we say. It’s as simple as that.

Marisa sees her mind as the horse, and she is the rider. Learn how to master your thoughts to master your world in Episode 695.

Sep 19 2018

1hr 22mins

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How to Attract Wealth and Believe in Your Worth with Kyle Cease

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YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE YESTERDAY. We are all governed by fear. Even when good things happen, we’re afraid they will go away. Once you accept and welcome your fear, it won’t have control over you anymore. It’s about embracing the duality. You have to be ok with the best outcome and the worst outcome. Here’s the truth: you don’t have to live anxious and scared. You don’t have to be governed by your story. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about increasing your receiving vibration with a comedian turned motivational speaker: Kyle Cease. Kyle Cease is a New York Times best-selling author with two #1 Comedy Central specials to his credit. He has been a guest speaker at thousands of colleges, summits, and Fortune 500 conferences and has made over 100 TV and movie appearances. Kyle teaches that most of our “triggers” are fears we have based on old stories. Once we dig deep to figure out where those are rooted, we can stop letting them control us. So get ready to learn how to let go of fear on Episode 839.

Some Questions I Ask:
Why do we resist fear? (56:30)
How do we overcome our fears? (1:00:00)
How do you get prepared to receive money? (1:22:00)
How important is it to develop skills? (1:26:00)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
How to operate with a receiving vibration (9:00)
How to avoid ending up in a codependent relationship (23:00)
Why you have to accept opposites (34:00)
How meditation transforms the old story (38:00)
The only thing that causes fear (56:00)
An exercise to get rid of fear (1:03:00)
The purpose of triggers (1:07:00)
Why you should be careful about the way you talk about money (1:15:00)

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/839 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Aug 21 2019

1hr 49mins

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DeVon Franklin: Relationships, Love, and Lust

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THE TWO THINGS AT WAR IN A MAN ARE LOVE AND LUST.

People today are struggling in relationships.

With social media, there are so many options.

Everything looks fresh and new and interesting.

Why would anyone be happy with just one person?

But when you’re constantly searching for the next best thing, you feel empty. You lack peace and satisfaction. And you miss out on what life is all about: love.

We have to practice discipline in dating in order to give and receive love.

On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about dating in mastery with an expert on relationships: DeVon Franklin.

DeVon Franklin is an award-winning film and TV producer, New York Times best-selling author, international speaker, and spiritual success coach. He’s been interviewed by Oprah, Dr. Oz, Steve Harvey, Dr. Phil, CNN, and featured in numerous radio, print, and online appearances.

DeVon explains how one of the biggest problems in relationships is the lack of honest communication. We need to be open about our feelings about our partners.

So get ready to learn how to put love in control of lust on Episode 769.
Some Questions I Ask:

How do you know when you’re with the right person? (8:00)

How do men think beyond sex? (14:00)

Do you know many successful men who are dating multiple women? (17:00)

How does your wife support you? (36:30)

What is the biggest challenge you’ve faced while being married? (41:00)

Can you over-communicate in a relationship? (45:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:

Why social media has amplified challenges for men in relationships (4:30)

How peace is the strongest barometer of your relationship (12:00)

Why women have to get out of the “grey area” when dating (21:00)

The reason it’s important to wait to have sex (23:00)

Why you have to heal internal pain (49:00)

Mar 11 2019

1hr 16mins

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Michael Beckwith: Leave Mediocrity Behind You

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WHEREVER YOU ARE IS A NEW TARTING POINT.

We often think of pain as bad.

Whether you’re going through a breakup, getting let go from a job, or making a big move, the experience is uncomfortable.

But you need that feeling to truly make changes in your life. It’s how you can adopt new thought patterns and let go of old habits.

Think back on your own challenging experiences and how it affected your outlook.

You are the person you are today because something made you want to rise above mediocrity.

On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the mindset of abundance and the power of pain with the founder of the Agape International Spiritual Center: Michael Beckwith.

Michael Bernard Beckwith is a minister, author, and founder of the Agape International Spiritual Center, a New Thought church with a congregation estimated in excess of 8,000 members. Michael was one of the featured teachers in The Secret and is the originator of the Life Visioning Process, a technique purporting to offer its practitioners a method for putting a stop to being a passive tourist in one's life.

Michael knows the power of thought and how it can lead you to the life you’ve always wanted. Once you start asking the empowering questions, the universe will answer you.

So get ready to learn how to stay in the flow of life by creating your vision on Episode 748.
Some Questions I Ask:

What principles is the church Agape founded on? (4:30)

What’s been the greatest human challenge in your spiritual journey? (6:00)

Why do you think we are here? (21:00)

What’s something you procrastinated too long on? (32:00)

Why do we block the abundance of love? (47:00)

What is the root of racism? (51:00)

What questions should you ask when you start dating? (1:00:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:

How to deal with the people who tear you down (13:00)

Why it’s important to transcend the ego (19:00)

The practices of mediocrity (25:00)

The questions Michael asks every morning (37:00)

About Michael’s spiritual awakening (42:00)

How to deal with people who have different beliefs than you (55:00)

Jan 21 2019

1hr 23mins

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Sex, Love and Relationships From Master Coaches

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"When you become rare, people become really terrified of losing you." - Matthew Hussey

I know I get huge value every time I sit across from an expert and hear their wisdom about one of the most important parts of my life -- my relationships.

We've had some amazing relationship coaches on the podcast through the years, but some of the episodes are so old, I know you may not remember them (or have ever heard them).

That's why I wanted to put together another mashup episode from the archives to share some of these gems with you.

If you enjoyed last week's mashup episode on High Performance Habits, you're going to love this one.
We're first featuring a clip from my good friend and global dating icon Matthew Hussey. This is still one of the most popular episodes we've ever recorded.

Then we dive into part of my conversation with Tracy McMillan, an Oprah favorite, a long-term TV writer, and relationship expert. I love how real and honest Tracy is in this episode.

Last, we feature the master therapist herself, bestselling author and powerhouse coach Esther Perel (who has been on the podcast twice and spoken at Summit of Greatness).

I think you'll love each clip for a different reason -- and I want to know! Let me know by messaging me on social media @lewishowes.

If you're looking for some insight into making your intimate relationships better, look no further than this mashup Episode 637.
In this episode you will learn:

The problem with having a sense of entitlement in dating (5:05)

What makes you attractive beyond your best quality (10:10)

The biggest mistake people make in dating (12:41)

How to get through the rough patches of a relationship (17:13)

The importance of humor in relationships (19:35)

How to work with your partner when they are triggered (20:55)

Why monogamy is a choice (26:45)

Plus much more...

May 07 2018

36mins

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Rachel Hollis: How to Build Confidence, Believe in Yourself and Become Your Best Self

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JUST KEEP GOING.

There are three fears we struggle with the most:

The fear of failure

The fear of success

And the fear of judgment.

The center of all of those fears is “I am not enough.”

When we get past that, we can step into anything.

People-pleasing is an issue a lot of us face.

It’s crazy how we can allow one person’s opinion of us to hold us back.

That’s why I really enjoyed my conversation with a bestselling mom who overcame her need to make other people happy: Rachel Hollis.

Rachel had been working for over a decade on her career, her marriage, and her brand before her career took off. She wrote six books that hardly sold any copies. Her seventh book became a hit.

Her life changed with one viral post that created the momentum for her bestselling book.

Girl, Wash Your Face has over a million copies sold and is growing every week. She is host of the RISE Podcast and co-host of the RISE Together podcast. She is a mother of four who was named one of the "Top 30 Entrepreneurs under 30" by Inc. Magazine.

She is an amazing example of the power of not giving up.

So learn how to follow your dreams and live for yourself (even if you’re a mom) on Episode 697.

Sep 24 2018

1hr 21mins

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Tony Robbins: The Icon

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THE SECRET TO WEALTH IS GRATITUDE.

Money is not a bad thing.

Money is portable power. It allows you to make the impact you want to make.

It allows you to build your legacy.

You have the power to take control of your money and start hoping for a better future.

It’s all within your grasp.

However, it doesn’t matter how much money you have if you’re not enjoying life. That’s why you need gratitude.

On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about mastering your money with a man who needs no introduction: Tony Robbins.

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 recent New York Times #1 best-seller 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. Once he got rid of the scarcity mindset he was able to become the man we know him as today.

So get ready to learn how to gain wealth and how to use that wealth to make the world better on Episode 794.
Some Questions I Ask:

If you could only use one strategy, what would that be? (5:10)

How does someone continue to stay hungry? (7:30)

How do you stay grounded in your relationships? (10:30)

How do we invest without fear? (17:00)

What are you the most grateful for right now? (32:00)

What are some things people can do to stop living in scarcity? (40:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:

Why Tony’s mom thought his ego was too big when he was younger (11:50)

How Tony views failure (8:45)

Tony’s key to financial success (15:00)

The difference between a correction and a crash in the stock market (22:00)

How gratitude is an important part of building wealth (30:00)

Tony’s system for strengthening your mind (40:00)

May 08 2019

52mins

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Bob Proctor: How to Manifest Abundance

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ENERGY FLOWS TO AND THROUGH YOU. We tend to minimize what we think we can accomplish. We put ourselves in a box. But we often think that other people can do what we can’t. Why do we believe in others more than ourselves? We all have infinite potential. But we let our “paradigm” define what’s possible. Let’s investigate all the ways your thoughts are holding you back from being happy, healthy, and wealthy. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about shifting your paradigms with a master of the Law of Attraction: Bob Proctor. Bob Proctor is one of the most sought-after speakers in the world and featured in the wildly popular film, The Secret. For over 40 years, Bob Proctor has focused his work and teachings on helping people use the power of their mind to achieve prosperity, rewarding relationships and spiritual awareness. He is the best-selling author of "You Were Born Rich" and has transformed the lives of millions through his books, seminars, courses and personal coaching. Bob says he was going nowhere before he “woke up” to how the universe works. He’s passionate because he figures that if it could work for him, it could work for anyone. So get ready to learn how to develop your six mental faculties on Episode 835.

Some Questions I Ask:
Why do you call your former self a loser? (9:00)
Did you have big dreams as a kid? (24:00)
Which faculty was the hardest for you to tap into? (29:30)
What’s the thing you want to change most in yourself? (59:00)
Do you think you’ll ever realize your potential? (1:03:00)
What is something you’re proud of that most people don’t know about you? (1:23:33)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
How Bob almost missed the change to film The Secret (5:00)
The power of generosity (14:00)
How Bob changed his outlook on money (15:30)
The 6 faculties to improve the qualities of your life (28:00)
How to develop your intuition (33:00)
The power of self-image (43:00)
The key habits to change your life (1:21:00)

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/835

Aug 12 2019

1hr 48mins

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Simon Sinek: The Power of the Infinite Mindset

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What does it mean to be a leader? How do you define winning? At its root, leadership is a responsibility to the people around us. Anyone on your team can become a leader. It’s the kind of team trust that transforms your co-workers into a family. Just like leadership, winning is an on-going process. Winning requires an infinite mindset. Every day we study and train so that we can become better than the day before. You must embrace the process. If you do, great leadership awaits you. In today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the qualities of leadership and how to create a better office environment with a master of organizational leadership: Simon Sinek. Simon is a business consultant, author, and motivational speaker. He teaches leaders and organizations how to inspire people. As an author, he has released multiple best-selling books, Start With Why, Leaders Eat Last, Together is Better and Find Your Why. His latest book is The Infinite Game. Simon talks about his journey and why creating a great work environment is so important to him. He also discusses the Infinite Game and why it’s a process that will reap great benefits. So get ready to learn about playing the Infinite Game on Episode 862.

Some Questions I Ask:
Why does following your purpose require a personal sacrifice? (05:30)
Is there one person in a business who is responsible for improving the culture? (17:15)
What makes someone a leader? (26:20)
How do you develop self-confidence? (32:05)
What is the Infinite Mind? (41:20)
What is the difference between an Individual athlete and a team athlete? (44:00)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
How to avoid sustained stress in business (10:00)
Why you should always be inspired to go to work (21:50)
Simon’s definition of a leader (26:20)
How to build your self-confidence (32:05)
Why the Infinite Mind is vital to our future success (41:20)

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://lewishowes.com/862 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Oct 14 2019

1hr 16mins

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Sex and Love, Lust and Infidelity with Wednesday Martin

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IT'S TIME TO PUT THESE SEX MYTHS TO BED.

Having a healthy sexual relationship is important.

But it’s not something we often talk about.

Women’s satisfaction especially seems to take a back seat.

So how can women get what they need in the bedroom?

As men, we can ask questions.

See what your partner is into.

And understanding the science behind why women like the things they do are helpful, too.

The truth is a lot of what we believe about female sexuality is wrong. We all benefit when women’s sexuality takes the forefront and is better understood.

On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about female satisfaction with an incredible woman who wrote a book on the subject: Wednesday Martin.

Wednesday Martin is a feminist cultural critic, New York Times Bestselling author, and social researcher. Wednesday has written on topics including gender, parenting and motherhood, popular culture, and female sexuality for The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Daily Beast, and Harper's Bazaar, among others. She was a regular contributor to The Daily Telegraph, the online edition of Psychology Today, and the parenting pages at the New York Post. Wednesday has appeared on the Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, NPR, NBC News, the BBC Newshour, and Fox News as a step/parenting expert.

Wednesday says that we should avoid “service sex” where you’re only performing to make your partner happy. You need to know that your needs deserve to be met, too, and they can be with a little work from both partners.

So get ready to learn about the science of monogamy and how to keep your relationship exciting on Episode 782.
Some Questions I Ask:

Why do women cheat? (6:00)

Why is non-monogamy looked down upon in the world? (14:00)

What made you interested in this topic in the first place? (24:00)

How can a man increase sexual desire in a woman? (39:00)

How do you handle your research in your personal relationship? (1:05:00)

How important is sex in a relationship? (1:09:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:

How economics plays into who cheats (10:00)

Why long term relationships are harder for women (27:00)

Tools for bringing back arousal in your long term relationship (37:00)

How your attachment style affects your sexual relationship (1:00:00)

About the “orgasm gap” (1:11:00)

Apr 10 2019

1hr 30mins

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Navy Seal Mindset for Living Your Best Life with Chadd Wright

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FIND YOUR STEADY STATE. We all hear it. The voice in our heads that tells us to quit or that we’re not good enough. The goal isn’t to eliminate the voice. Our job is to make sure we never give that voice any power. We must silence the doubt and maximize our belief. Whether it’s physical training or business, when things are challenging learn to break things down into digestible pieces. Accept the discomfort and let it go. Keep your mind on your dreams no matter what. Do whatever you need to do to motivate, inspire, and strengthen your mind daily. Once you do, you will be complete and anything is possible. In today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about building a healthy mindset and the need for body, mind, and soul alignment with retired Navy SEAL veteran, competitive Ultrarunner, and business owner: Chadd Wright. Chadd Wright had a successful career in the SEAL teams serving as a Team Leader on multiple deployments as a SEAL instructor and Master Training Specialist. Retiring in 2019, he is now a part-time defense contractor, business owner, entrepreneur, competitive Ultrarunner, and husband. Chadd teaches us how to persevere through times and challenges. He has a fantastic story that will inspire anyone. So get ready to learn about focus, goals, and the power of the mind on Episode 877.

Some Questions I Ask:

What does “3 of 7” mean? (06:30)
Tell us about your journey to becoming a Navy SEAL. (15:00)
Why did you sacrifice your life for your dream of being a Navy SEAL? (24:25)
How did it feel when the doctor-approved your Navy SEAL training after the heart procedure? (28:45)
How do you manage your mind during tough times? (37:40)
What was your main job as a Navy SEAL? (55:00)
How do you deal with self-doubt? (58:10)

In This Episode You Will Learn:

Chadd’s interesting story to becoming a Navy SEAL (07:00)
How Chadd stayed true to his goal despite being told no (11:00)
Why you should never let go of your goal. (21:20)
The importance of breaking down challenges into small pieces. (34:20)
Words we should and should not say to ourselves during tough times. (45:50)
How to maximize your resources or tools to accomplish your mission. (01:01:26)
The power of connecting and nourishing your body, soul, and spirit. (01:16:40)

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at ww.lewishowes.com/877 and follow at instagram.com/877

Nov 18 2019

1hr 31mins

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The Power of Counterbalance

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IT’S NEVER GOING TO BE PERFECT. We all have this vision of the ideal life. We work hard and get everything done. All of our relationships are in great shape. We take time to exercise and eat right. But the truth is, there is no magical destination. And even if we reach that place, it could all be destroyed in an instant by one of life’s famous curveballs. Instead of looking at balance like a happily ever after, look at it as something you constantly need to reevaluate and adjust. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Jay Papasan where he shared his philosophy of counterbalance. Jay Papasan is the co-author of The One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results. He wants you to be purposeful about the way you spend your time. Learn how to tackle the myth of work/life balance in Episode 885.

In This Episode You Will Learn:
About work/life balance and if it’s possible (02:00)
Why balance is a verb, not a noun (02:30)
How to counterbalance (03:00)

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes, and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/885 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Dec 06 2019

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Successful Women Leaders on Mental Toughness and Building Confidence

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USE YOUR PAIN AS AN ARROW. None of us like to feel unpleasant emotions. Whether it’s pain, anxiety, or stress, we numb them with food, alcohol, and overscheduling. But there’s a lot we can learn from discomfort. Instead of drowning your feelings, get curious about them. Your envy can lead you to your passion. Your anxiety can show you your authentic self. And your pain might be asking you to comfort something in your past that is keeping you from your future. Unless we embrace where we’re from, we’ll never get where we’re going. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk with some of the most inspirational women on the planet: Elizabeth Gilbert, Rachel Hollis, Sarah Blakely, Glennon Doyle, Mel Robbins, and Lisa Nichols. Elizabeth Gilbert is the author of Eat, Pray, Love. Rachel Hollis is the bestselling author of Girl, Wash Your Face. Sarah Blakely is the founder and CEO of the massively popular women’s apparel brand SPANX. Mel Robbins is the author of the 5-Second Rule. Glennon Doyle is the creator of the online community Momastery. Lisa Nichols is a bestselling author and motivational speaker. These women share their experiences in overcoming limitations from their past to become the powerhouses they are today. Like Elizabeth Gilbert says in this episode, if your only goal is to be at the very top, you’re going to be disappointed. So get ready to learn from these vulnerable, powerful women on Episode 884.

Some Questions I Ask:
How do you follow your passion? (11:18)
What’s the biggest challenge for moms? (16:30)
How did Oprah help you succeed? (25:00)
How has the 5-4-3-2-1 rule helped you the most? (32:00)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
The danger of only wanting to be on top (10:00)
Jackhammers vs. Hummingbirds (14:00)
What causes anxiety (19:00)
How Sarah went above and beyond for Spanx (24:00)
How Sarah’s dad encouraged her to fail (28:00)
About the 5-4-3-2-1 rule (29:00)
About the transformative yoga class Glennon Doyle took (37:00)
How suffering is a choice, and what we can learn from pain (39:00)
Why it’s important to be non-negotiable (48:00)

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show ntoes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/884 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes.

Dec 04 2019

53mins

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5 Ways To Monetize Your Personal Brand with Rory Vaden

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IS YOUR PERSONAL BRAND MAKING YOU MONEY OR COSTING YOU TIME?

The last time Rory Vaden joined the show, he shared some strategies we could use to create influential personal brands — insight that helped me shift the focus of my business and scale it to the next level.

We hear a lot more talk about personal brands today than we did even just a year or two ago, but I still don’t think people are acting seriously enough when it comes to establishing, scaling, or monetizing their brands.

I am not exaggerating when I say there is no way I would be where I am today, personally or professionally, if I hadn’t started getting strategic and intentional about branding over 10 years ago.

And, as time goes on, personal branding is only getting more important — for all of us.

Luckily, things are a lot easier for us today than they were for me back then. There are hundreds of successful personal brands you can model, online marketing tools are only getting more accessible and easier to use, and most importantly, we are being guided by one of the world’s leading experts on influence.

In today’s episode of The School of Greatness, we discuss why personal branding isn’t just a fad, why it’s actually only becoming more important, and the five best ways you can start monetizing your brand today.

Whether you’re an entrepreneur, freelancer, or employee, pay close attention to this episode, because Rory brings the heat (again) and his advice will be transformative — if you take action. And if you’re really serious about monetizing your personal brand, you can book a free brand strategy call with Rory’s team.

Let out a sigh of relief, because you’re about to find clarity on how to monetize your personal brand and scale your business in Episode 883.

Some Questions I Ask:
Why is personal branding still so important? (7:57)
What are the five best ways to start monetizing your brand (AKA how to get P.A.I.D.S.)? (16:46)
How does someone know which of these five ways to monetize a personal brand is the best for them? (40:07)
What is ONE thing that listeners can do now if they want to monetize their personal brand? (1:00:58)

In This Episode, You Will Learn:
How people become “Twitter rich but dollar broke” (10:20)
How you can monetize your audience without ever selling something to them (19:20)
What my personal branding journey with Rory looked like & what we did to make my business more scalable (28:50)
The advantages and disadvantages of P.A.I.D.S. (40:30)
Why “you need to make sure your influence doesn’t grow wider than your character runs deep” (1:07:10)
Plus much more...

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at www.lewishowes.com/883 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Dec 02 2019

1hr 15mins

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Own Your Pain

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YOU CAN’T DISMISS PAIN. So many of us try to cover up our pain. We eat too much, buy too much, and drink too much in order to not feel anything. I used to avoid my feelings. I didn’t have the tools to process heartache and loss so I found another outlet: inflicting pain on the football field. But pain doesn’t just disappear- it will find another way of coming to the surface. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Brene Brown where she explained how hate is just a mask for pain. Dr. Brené Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston where she holds the Huffington Brené Brown Endowed Chair at The Graduate College of Social Work. She has spent the past fourteen years studying courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy and is the author of three #1 New York Times bestsellers – The Gifts of Imperfection, Daring Greatly, and Rising Strong. If you look at the world today, people are pointing fingers looking for someone to blame so they don’t have to confront what’s inside. We are much better at causing pain than feeling pain. Learn how to tolerate discomfort in Episode 882.

In This Episode You Will Learn:
How Brene thinks we can heal the country (2:00)
The reason why people hate (2:30)
How Lewis had trouble dealing with loss (03:00)
The toxic type of leadership you need to be aware of (4:00)

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/882 and follow at www.instagram.com/lewishowes

Nov 29 2019

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Embrace the Future and Find Your Massively Transformative Purpose with Peter Diamandis

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WE FEAR WHAT WE DON’T UNDERSTAND. The future doesn’t have to be scary. You don’t have to put your energy into building bunkers, hiding gold bars in the ground, and preparing for the end. The future can be full of possibility. There are so many exciting advancements happening in the fields of science, health, and space. But you have to change your mindset from fear to positivity. The world is magic. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the future of health and technology with a transformative leader and visionary: Peter Diamandis. Recently named by Fortune as one of the “World’s 50 Greatest Leaders,” Peter H. Diamandis is the founder and executive chairman of the XPRIZE Foundation, which leads the world in designing and operating large-scale incentive competitions. He is also the executive founder of Singularity University, a graduate-level Silicon Valley institution that counsels the world's leaders on exponentially growing technologies. Peter repeats his “Massively Transformative Purpose” to himself throughout his day to give him focus. His passion is the key to his success. So get ready to get excited about the technology of the future on Episode 881.

Some Questions I Ask:
Isn’t every generation going to be the best time in the world moving forward? (11:00)
Have you ever doubted yourself? (33:00)
Did anything shift in you when your boys were born? (41:00)
Does the future make us dumber? (48:00)
Is there anything missing in your life? (1:02:00)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
About your MTP, or “Massively Transformative Purpose” (17:00)
About Peter’s goals for longevity (23:30)
The four keys to longevity (26:00)
Three questions you can ask to help you find your passion (31:00)
Why you should consider banking a placenta (54:00)
The single most important skill everyone needs (1:11:00)

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/881 and follow at www.instagram.com/lewishowes

Nov 27 2019

1hr 20mins

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Tulsi Gabbard on Running for President and Service Based Leadership

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SUFFERING COMES FROM SELF-OBSESSIVE THINKING. I used to be terrified to speak in public. I’d get nervous before getting in front of any kind of group. But then I trained in meditation and learned to switch my mindset. Instead of being so focused on me, I focused on being of service. Now, I love getting in front of a crowd. Once you connect to a purpose that is bigger than yourself, you can overcome the obstacles holding you back. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the value of coming from a place of faith and service with a Democratic presidential hopeful: Tulsi Gabbard. Tulsi Gabbard is the first female combat veteran to ever run for president and the first female combat veteran ever elected to Congress, along with Tammy Duckworth. She has served for seven years on the Foreign Affairs, Armed Services, and Homeland Security Committees, where she's been intimately involved with sensitive, national security issues. Tulsi is an introvert who had to push herself to be the type of person who felt comfortable knocking on doors to share her message. Now she communicates her plan for the future on one of the biggest platforms in the world. So get ready to learn how to lead with love on Episode 880.

Some Questions I Ask:
What has been the most challenging lesson you’ve learned in the past year? (3:00)
What has been the situation in your life that challenged your faith the most? (15:00)
Did you always think you had a great calling? (19:00)
Did you always think you were a confident person, or did you doubt yourself? (21:00)
How do you prepare yourself for an interview where you might be under attack? (29:00)
What are the non-negotiables in your marriage? (40:00)
What is your greatest fear and your greatest Superpower? (54:00)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
The meaning of “aloha” (03:00)
Tulsi’s opinion of “cancel culture” (04:00)
Tulsi’s interesting multi-faith upbringing (04:00)
How being in service to others can help with nerves (28:00)
How meditation helps Tulsi resists the temptation of ego (47:00)
What makes a great leader (51:00)

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://lewishowes.com/880 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Nov 25 2019

1hr 7mins

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Money as a Tool For Happiness

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MONEY IS A GREAT SERVANT BUT A BAD MASTER. Money can get a bad rap. You hear stories of people who worked so hard to get it, and it left them feeling unhappy. Some people even call it the root of all evil. But what if you used money as a tool for happiness? If you spend it wisely, it can help you have better health, better relationships, and more time for the things that fill you up. Instead of making money the problem, make it work for you. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Gretchen Rubin where she talked about her research on happiness and money. She says that happiness, like money, should be something we observe in the good times and the bad. Learn how to improve your relationship with happiness in Episode 879.
In This Episode You Will Learn:
Why you need to think about happiness in the good times and the bad (2:00)
How money relates to happiness (03:00)
The difference between buying things and experiences (3:30)

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/879 and follow at http://www.instagram.com/879

Nov 22 2019

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How to Build Life Changing Habits and Break Addiction with Dr. Jud Brewer

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YOUR EGO NEEDS FEEDING. We all have addictions. Some of us know exactly what habits we need to break. Others don’t even realize we’re addicted to unhealthy patterns. Whether it’s smoking, relationships, or simply being addicted to ourselves, we could all benefit from mapping out our habits to begin to understand them. It’s important to foster our curiosity. If we can learn to investigate our minds the way we investigated our environment as children, we can begin to understand ourselves.  Sometimes it’s our ego that we continue to feed. Other times it’s a false sense of reward we think we’re receiving from an old habit. Through mindfulness, we can learn to experience our habits as they are and not as we remember them. When we do this, we can begin breaking even our most challenging addictions. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, we discuss optimizing habits, breaking addictions, and transforming your life with one of the kindest addiction psychiatrists and mindfulness experts that I have ever met: Dr. Jud Brewer. Dr. Jud Brewer is the Director of Research and Innovation at the Mindfulness Center and associate professor in psychiatry at the School of Medicine at Brown University, as well as a research affiliate at MIT. As an addiction psychiatrist and internationally known expert in mindfulness training for treating addictions, Dr. Jud has developed and tested novel mindfulness programs for habit change, including both in-person and app-based treatments for smoking, and emotional eating and anxiety. So get ready to learn how mindfulness can free you from addiction on Episode 878.

Some Questions I Ask:
What was the hardest addiction for you to overcome? (11:05)
What is the first thing people can do to self-assess themselves? (21:45)
What are the 5 or 6 common addictions that most people have? (22:30)
Are meditation and mindfulness the solution to everything? (36:00)
Are there any addictions that you have not been able to overcome? (46:55)
What’s the difference between a habit and an addiction? (50:00)
Is mental illness something that can be cured? (54:30)
What is the difference between mindfulness and overthinking? (57:50)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
About the ego and how many people are addicted to themselves (13:25) 
How mapping out your habit loops can help you understand the truth about your experiences. (21:00)
The power of curiosity (20:00) 
About reward-based learning (26:30) 
The science behind reward-based learning and how it helps us understand changing behavior (31:30) 
How to hack cravings with curiosity (34:30) 
How Dr. Jud’s apps help you map out your habits and start your habit-breaking journey (42:00)
About positive habits and when they become problematic (45:00) 
About the two types of curiosity (52:00) 
Why we continue to struggle so much when the answers are often right in front of us (59:00) 
The science behind the effect of true generosity, kindness, and connection on our habits (1:07:00)
Plus much more...

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/878 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Nov 20 2019

1hr 17mins

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Navy Seal Mindset for Living Your Best Life with Chadd Wright

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FIND YOUR STEADY STATE. We all hear it. The voice in our heads that tells us to quit or that we’re not good enough. The goal isn’t to eliminate the voice. Our job is to make sure we never give that voice any power. We must silence the doubt and maximize our belief. Whether it’s physical training or business, when things are challenging learn to break things down into digestible pieces. Accept the discomfort and let it go. Keep your mind on your dreams no matter what. Do whatever you need to do to motivate, inspire, and strengthen your mind daily. Once you do, you will be complete and anything is possible. In today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about building a healthy mindset and the need for body, mind, and soul alignment with retired Navy SEAL veteran, competitive Ultrarunner, and business owner: Chadd Wright. Chadd Wright had a successful career in the SEAL teams serving as a Team Leader on multiple deployments as a SEAL instructor and Master Training Specialist. Retiring in 2019, he is now a part-time defense contractor, business owner, entrepreneur, competitive Ultrarunner, and husband. Chadd teaches us how to persevere through times and challenges. He has a fantastic story that will inspire anyone. So get ready to learn about focus, goals, and the power of the mind on Episode 877.

Some Questions I Ask:

What does “3 of 7” mean? (06:30)
Tell us about your journey to becoming a Navy SEAL. (15:00)
Why did you sacrifice your life for your dream of being a Navy SEAL? (24:25)
How did it feel when the doctor-approved your Navy SEAL training after the heart procedure? (28:45)
How do you manage your mind during tough times? (37:40)
What was your main job as a Navy SEAL? (55:00)
How do you deal with self-doubt? (58:10)

In This Episode You Will Learn:

Chadd’s interesting story to becoming a Navy SEAL (07:00)
How Chadd stayed true to his goal despite being told no (11:00)
Why you should never let go of your goal. (21:20)
The importance of breaking down challenges into small pieces. (34:20)
Words we should and should not say to ourselves during tough times. (45:50)
How to maximize your resources or tools to accomplish your mission. (01:01:26)
The power of connecting and nourishing your body, soul, and spirit. (01:16:40)

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Nov 18 2019

1hr 31mins

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The Joy of Service

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IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT YOU. Many of us want to have an impact on this world. We want to be a positive force in people’s lives. When we can take a step back and consider how our actions affect others, we can discover the joy in being of service. The way you deal with the people in your business and personal life is essential. Practicing the habit of service will increase the amount of happiness in your life and might also ripple out into your business. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisit a conversation I had with Shep Gordon, where he discussed why he is devoted to serving others. Shep Gordon was the manager behind mega-talents like Alice Cooper, Blondie, and Teddy Pendergrass and knew everyone who is anyone in the music and Hollywood business. He is also credited with creating the role of celebrity chefs through his work, bringing them into the spotlight. His fantastic career has led to both a documentary about his life (directed by Mike Meyers) and a recent memoir written about him, published by Anthony Bourdain. Shep Gordon thinks we could all enjoy the art of service when it comes to life and business. Learn about the power of serving others in Episode 876.

In This Episode You Will Learn:

The importance of service and focusing on others. (2:50)
Building a brand based on happiness. (3:30)
The importance of reinventing yourself. (4:30)
How he found his passion for life. (4:55)

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Nov 15 2019

6mins

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Speak With Your Heart and Create a Big Life with Cleo Wade

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LOVE THYSELF. Our wounds often rob us of the life we were meant to live. Many of us live with pain and regret. It becomes a vicious cycle. We have the power to break the cycle. You deserve to heal. You deserve to love yourself. It is possible to move through life as a healed person. There is no reason to live in pain. Your best life is waiting for you. All you need is the courage and commitment to make it a reality. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about what it takes to heal yourself, love yourself, and empower others around you with “The Millenial Oprah”: Cleo Wade. Cleo Wade is a best-selling author, artist, mentor, activist, and poet. Her work reflects her spirit and her belief in the power to create change through self-love, commitment, self-care, and social justice. Cleo was named one of America’s 50 Most Influential Women by Marie Claire. She sits on the board of The Lower East Side Girls Club, The National Black Theatre in Harlem, as well as the advisory board of Gucci’s Chime for Change. So get ready to learn how to heal yourself and love deeper, wider, and bigger on Episode 875.

Some Questions I Ask:

How do we start to heal a wound? (3:55)
How do we get to a place of deserving and feeling worthy? (10:20)
What are the ingredients of a big life? (14:40)
How does someone deal with self-doubt? (22:00)
What’s the most significant trauma you’ve had to overcome in your life? (27:37)

In This Episode You Will Learn:

Why everything is a habit. (2:20)
That no matter what we’ve been through, we deserve our healing. (5:00)
The importance of allowing yourself to have your dreams. (11:30)
The difference between an opinion and a belief system. (22:00)
How to prepare for moments where you’ll need self-care. (25:00)
How individuals dealt with someone being violent, disrespectful, or uncivil towards them during the civil rights movement. (35:45)
Why men need to learn how to share their emotions. (40:00)

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Nov 13 2019

56mins

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Leveraging a Competitive Spirit and Becoming an NBA Icon with Jerry West

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DREAM TO LIVE. Growing up in a dysfunctional household is tough. It can feel like you are in a nightmare. The only things that can keep you going day-to-day are your hopes and dreams. Jerry West has a fantastic story to tell. He’s been through it all. Just like me and many others, he dealt with significant adversity as a child. He managed to persevere and achieve at the highest levels in spite of every difficulty. Dreams are the light that brightens your way in the darkness. Stop thinking of hardship as a detriment. Look at it as your extraordinary power. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about achieving and making it through difficult circumstances with an NBA icon: Jerry West. Jerry West is an author, executive, and former NBA basketball player. He is a basketball legend who played with the Los Angeles Lakers from 1960 – 1974. While with the Lakers, he won an NBA Championship and was named an All-star fourteen times. The NBA modeled its logo after Jerry West. After retiring as an NBA player, he became an executive and helped bring the ‘Showtime’ brand of basketball to Los Angeles. After leaving the Lakers organization, he worked as a general manager for the Memphis Grizzlies and as an executive for the Golden State Warriors. He currently serves on the executive board for the Los Angeles Clippers. So get ready to learn about achieving through adversity, the power of dreaming, and the importance of loyalty on Episode 874.

Some Questions I Ask:
How did you learn to build belief in yourself? (22:00)
What role did your father play in your childhood? (23:30)
How do you find your niche in life? (34:30)
What was the greatest lesson you’ve learned from your father? (59:00)
How do you build mental toughness? (01:01:00)
What advice do you give to people who don’t know how to dream? (1:09:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
How having a competitive spirit can help you achieve your dreams. (15:00)
The importance of loyalty in business. (20:00)
Why you should never give up on the quest to do something significant in your life. (25:00)
About the three kinds of people: Fighters, Floaters, and Fleers. (39:00)
Why everyone should always continue to dream. (01:09:00)

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Nov 11 2019

1hr 21mins

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Simplify Your Sales

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FALL IN LOVE WITH YOUR CLIENT. The world is full of people waiting to bring their incredible ideas to the marketplace. Many entrepreneurs first think about how great their idea is and how rich they’ll get. Before you unleash your masterpiece to the world, take a moment to think about who your product is really for. Entrepreneurs often start with marketing and building business plans. Many don’t make it as far as understanding the outcome they are trying to achieve. Start with the end. Start with the transformation and work backward. Learn to fall in love with your client, not your product. Once you know who you’re creating for and what the outcome will be, everything else will fall into place. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Darren Hardy, one of the most successful entrepreneurs I know. He shared his thoughts on the three biggest mistakes people make in sales. Darren Hardy is a successful entrepreneur, speaker, author, and publisher of Success Magazine. Learn about sales, business and how to find an audience for your project in Episode 873.

In This Episode You Will Learn:
The three grave mistakes people make about sales (2:00)
How to simplify the sales process. (3:00)
Why you should fall in love with the results you want for your clients. (3:15)
Why you should start with the transformation. (4:25)

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Nov 08 2019

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Jon Dorenbos on Forgiveness and Choosing Happiness

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PLAY THE LONG GAME. The cover of a book never tells the entire story. People often assume that successful people have had an easy life. Many, though, have persevered through extremely painful life events. Sometimes it takes accepting your reality in order to move forward. Sometimes it takes forgiveness. You will face setbacks and some of those setbacks might be tragic. Preparation and process can get you far. But sometimes you need to dig even deeper and release yourself from trauma in order to truly move forward. You will be tested. But keep going. Face your reality, follow your dreams and live with purpose. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about turning tragedy into triumph and living out your rock star dreams with an NFL superstar and elite magician: Jon Dorenbos. Jon Dorenbos is a former NFL long snapper football player. He played for the Buffalo Bills, the Tennessee Titans, and the Philadelphia Eagles. He also has a successful career as a magician. He has appeared on America’s Got Talent and on The Ellen Degeneres Show. Jon is open about the difficult situations he faced in his life. But by choosing happiness, he has come out on top and is living his ‘Rock Star’ life. So get ready to learn about forgiveness choosing happiness on Episode 872.

Some Questions I Ask:
Can you tell us about your emotional and powerful life story? (8:35)
Have you spoken to your father since the tragic incident? (24:40)
When did you find peace and forgiveness? (41:00)
What was the biggest lesson you learned from your dad? (50:20)
What was your goal at that point in your career? (01:08:00)
How did you find out that you needed open-heart surgery? (01:14:45)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
How an alter-ego will help you get through challenging times. (4:25)
About the power of finding peace during a difficult time. (20:00)
How to practice forgiveness. (41:00)
Why you need to make smarter decisions when you have a family. (50:20)
How to set goals that help you plan your life. (01:08:00)
Why you need to avoid self-pity. (01:19:00)

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Nov 06 2019

1hr 40mins

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Jocko Willink on Extreme Leadership and The Power of Self-Discipline

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BE MILITARY MINDED. A lot of people think that leadership means having all the answers. Barking orders at your team, hoping they stay in line and obey. Pretending to know it all even when you don’t. True leadership is understanding human nature. What if leaders accepted responsibility for any mistakes made on their teams? We have to stop thinking of leadership as a destination. It is a journey where we listen, learn, and strategize with our teams, not for them. It’s not about ego; it’s about humility, balance, accountability, and execution. In today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the art of leadership with a retired Navy SEAL officer and a business consultant: Jocko Willink. Jocko Willink is a decorated retired Navy SEAL officer, author of the book ‘Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win,’ and co-founder of Echelon Front, where he is a leadership instructor, speaker, and executive coach. Jocko spent 20 years in the U.S. Navy SEAL Teams, starting as an enlisted SEAL and rising the ranks to become a SEAL officer. As commander of SEAL Team Three’s Task Unit Bruiser during the battle of Ramadi, he orchestrated SEAL operations that helped the “Ready First” Brigade of the U.S. Army’s First Armored Division bring stability to the violent, war-torn city. Task Unit Bruiser became the most highly decorated Special Operations Unit of the Iraq War. Jocko returned from Iraq to serve as Officer-In-Charge of Training for all West Coast SEAL Teams. There he spearheaded the development of leadership training and personally instructed and mentored the next generation of SEAL leaders who have continued to perform with great success on the battlefield. In 2010, Jocko retired from the Navy and launched Echelon Front with Leif Babin, where he teaches the leadership principles he learned on the battlefield to help others lead and win. Jocko has put together leadership principles that will help you become a successful leader. So get ready to learn the art of strategy and leadership on Episode 871.

Some Questions I Ask:
What did you learn when you took on the leadership role as a Navy SEAL? (09:00)
How do you make sure that your intent is felt all of the way down the chain of command? (17:30)
Do you have a mission and mantra for your company? (23:00)
Is there a connection between leadership and human nature? (36:30)
How important is feedback from your team? (52:00)
What’s the most important relationship we have in our lives? (1:10:30)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
The toughest challenges when becoming a Navy SEAL leader. (9:00)
The most humbling moment on the battlefield. (11:45)
How to take responsibility when you’re in a big organization. (19:30)
Why leadership is about understanding human nature. (36:30)
Two things leaders can do to improve immediately. (54:00)
How to handle yourself when your ego wants to respond. (01:00:10)
How to take ownership of your decisions in life. (1:02:30)

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Nov 04 2019

1hr 45mins

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Fight for Fearlessness

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DO YOUR JOB. If you want to be a leader, you must learn how to master your feelings. That is what life requires from leaders in any field. If you do not currently possess these characteristics, there are ways to acquire them. First, be honest with yourself. You need to take it one step at a time. You must be consistent and practice habits that will improve your confidence. Little by little, your self-confidence will grow, and your fear will take a back seat. Soon you will be able to handle any situation confidently and courageously. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation with Captain Dale Dye, where he shared strategies to help eliminate fear and build leadership skills. Captain Dale Dye served in the US Marines for 22 years, he received 3 Purple Hearts for his injuries sustained while in Vietnam, and he dedicated a second career to bringing realistic depictions of war to Hollywood screens. Captain Dale Dye says that you need to conquer your emotions if you want to be successful. Learn how to face your fears and be a better leader in Episode 870.
In This Episode You Will Learn:
How to maintain your bearing and conquer fear. (2:30)
How to stop thinking about yourself. (3:13)
What you can do to get the job done. (4:05)
The power of displaying confidence in any situation. (4:35)

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Nov 01 2019

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Relationships, Fear and Doing What You Love with David Walton

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We want a direct path to success.  But the road is never straight.  What makes it special isn’t just the destination but the journey that shaped us. Along the way, we discover ourselves.  We pick up skills and learn how to deal with our fears and emotions.  But the emotions that took us to the top often will not keep us there.  We must learn a new set of skills to maintain our success and go further.  In today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about dealing with anger, preparation, and the journey to success with a Hollywood star: David Walton. David Walton is a talented actor who rose to prominence on television and is well known for his role on the comedy series “New Girl” and for his character Will Freeman on the successful series “About a Boy.” So get ready to learn about emotional growth, how to handle relationship conflicts, and mastering your emotions on Episode 869.

Some Questions I Ask:
Do you ever feel insecure as an actor? (21:30)
Why do you think we hold on to anger and frustration? (27:00)
What’s the best part and the worst past about the acting business. (46:30
How do you deal with your fear? (52:00)
What questions would you ask Tom Cruise? (50:00)
What advice would you give to actors who fear their work will be judged instead of appreciated? (55:00)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
The effects of alcohol on our behavior. (18:00)
Why the destructive forces of shame and guilt are so powerful. (20:00)
Why we all want to feel loved. (21:30)
How to confront your partner or spouse in a relationship. (32:00)
How to make it through the challenges of an acting career. (44:30)
The importance of dealing with your fears. (52:00)

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Oct 30 2019

1hr 9mins

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Brian Grazer: The Art of Human Connection

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PEOPLE ARE BETTER THAN WIFI
Often, we have talent. We work hard and practice our craft.
But something holds us back from reaching our highest potential.
Often the things holding us back are fear, doubt, and a lack of self-confidence.
Do you have trouble talking to new people in crowded rooms?
Are you able to make eye contact when speaking to your peers?
Those are some of the things we need to do to improve our relationships.
If not, we could be limiting our growth potential.
Making better connections is possible, and the rewards are tremendous.
It’s up to you. Become more than the work, be the story behind the work.
Allow people to connect with that, and there are no limits to what you can accomplish.
In today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about how the importance of making personal connections with the author, film producer, and movie legend: Brian Grazer.
Brian Grazer is an Academy Award, Golden Globe, Emmy, and Grammy award-winning producer and New York Times bestselling. His films and television shows have been nominated for 43 Oscars® and 195 Emmys, and he won the Best Picture Oscar for A Beautiful Mind.
In addition to A Beautiful Mind, Grazer produced the films American Gangster, 8 Mile, Liar Liar, Parenthood and Splash, and the television series Genius, Empire, 24, Arrested Development, Friday Night Lights and Felicity to name a few. He also produced the documentary The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years, which was a global hit both commercially and critically, having won multiple awards, including the 2017 Grammy for Best Music Film.
So, get ready to learn about why personal connections will benefit your life on Episode 868.

Some Questions I Ask:
What was the movie you learned from the most? (8:00)
What did you learn about yourself while making 8 Mile? (14:00)
When did you build your self-confidence? (30:00)
What are the greatest lessons you’ve learned in Hollywood? (50:00)
What’s it like being partners with Ron Howard? (53:00)
Who are the top three (3) actors you’ve worked with? (54:00)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
Why you should learn to trust your intuition. (11:45)
The power of thinking big. (20:45)
How being face to face is the Wifi of human connections. (23:50)
The power of nicknames and why they empower you. (44:00)
The importance of being present and interesting. (50:00)

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Oct 28 2019

1hr 17mins

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BROTHERHOOD OF EMOTIONS

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WRESTLING WITH YOUR FEELINGS.
Being an elite athlete comes with rewards.
People who work hard and dedicate themselves to their craft deserve the fruits of their labor.
They train hard and make painful sacrifices to achieve their goals.
The money, the fans, the praise, and the accolades come with being the best in your field.
But what is the cost?
What have you sacrificed to achieve your dream?
Outside of your profession, are you able to deal with life and the challenges it presents?
If you sacrificed your emotions in the process, you’ll have to figure out a way to make yourself whole again.
We must make sure we’re at our best physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Often that takes just as much work as being great at our craft.
For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Randy Couture about brotherhood in sports, emotional breakdowns, and the psychology of a professional fighter.
Randy has fought in 16 title fights and has six UFC title reigns in the Lightweight and Heavyweight divisions. He also became the 4th pro fighter to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame. In addition to his stellar standing in combat sports, Randy is also a successful businessman, actor, and best-selling author.
Learn how to stay mentally healthy and emotionally available in Episode 867.

In This Episode You Will Learn:
The power of brotherhood and support during tough times. (2:00)
The dangers that come with suppressing emotions. (3:00)
Why acting helps you to deal with your feelings. (4:20)
How holding back your emotions can be a detriment and ruin relationships. (5:02)

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Oct 25 2019

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The Journey of Living through a Loss

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DEATH WITH NO REGRETS
Losing a loved one is always difficult. Loss is difficult.
Sometimes we’re prepared for it. Often, we are not.
Either way, we know that death is a part of life.
Are there lessons we can learn from the experiences of others?
Sometimes sharing your story will help.
Other times, listening will help you learn.
Someone else’s pain can help you on your journey.
It’s a process that must be taken one day at a time.
In today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I’ve combined key lessons on handling loss from Bronnie Ware, Grant Cardone, Lindsey Stirling, Chris Guillebeau, Whitney Cummings.
Bronnie Ware, Grant Cardone, Lindsey Stirling, Chris Guillebeau, and Whitney Cummings share their stories on this episode and help us learn how to better deal with loss in our lives.
Bronnie Ware is a teacher of courage and regret-free living. Having sat by the bedsides of the terminally ill for several years, she knows the pain of dying with regret. She has written three books: The Top Five Regrets of Dying, Your Year for Change, and Bloom.
Grant Cardone is the author of eight business books, thirteen business programs, and is the CEO of seven privately held companies. Forbes calls him one of the top social media business influencers in the world.
Lindsey Stirling is a violinist, dancer, performance artist, composer, and singer who presents amazing choreographed violin performances. Stirling earned second place on Dancing With The Stars, has been named Forbes magazine’s 30 Under 30 In Music, and was a quarter-finalist position on America’s Got Talent season five.
Chris Guillebeau is a NY Times Best Selling Author, speaker, a modern-day explorer, and has been to nearly every country in the world. He is best known for The Art of Non-Conformity blog and book. He has also written guides for travel and small business topics under the brand Unconventional Guides. He organizes the annual World Domination Summit in Portland, Oregon.
Whitney Cummings is a talented stand-up comedian, actress, and producer. The creative force behind the CBS sitcom 2 Broke Girls, the NBC sitcom Whitney, and the movie The Female Brain. She was also a producer and writer for the ABC revival of Roseanne.
These fantastic individuals use their experiences to help us better deal with life’s challenges.
So get ready to learn about loss, healing, and recovery on Episode 867.

Some Questions I Ask:
· How can we get better at expressing our feelings? (13:20)
· What was the greatest lesson your mother taught you before she passed? (26:30)
· How do you handle loss? (40:00) Lindsey Stirling
· What is your goal for healing and recovery? (36:04)
· How do you want to feel every day? (41:15)
· Do you still do things to make your dad proud? (01:05:45)

In This Episode You Will Learn:
· The top five (5) regrets people have before they die. (9:10)
· Why dreaming is important in your life. (18:45)
· Why some people are scared they won’t be able to die. (26:00)
· How to deal with losing both family members and friends. (9:03)
· The process of dealing with loss and how to get through it. (33:40)
· How loss sometimes makes things clearer in your life. (1:00:15)

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes, more at http://lewishowes.com/866, and follow me on http://instagram.com/lewishowes

Oct 23 2019

52mins

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