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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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Soul elevating content with each episode

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Thank you beyond words for getting messages out about trauma, anxiety, vulnerabilities and faith...the things few talk about with the depth you bring to every episode. I specialize in healing trauma as a therapist and life coach and I’m on my own lifelong journey of healing trauma globally and getting the word out (and eliminating stigma). Numbing, denying, ignoring our need for healing only starves the world of our greatness! It truly is a beautiful lifelong journey of unwrapping the most beautiful parts of our soul and you bring it every week with each episode!

This is how I start my commute!

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Thanks for all you do! Love the 5 minutes Friday!

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353
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141
234

Soul elevating content with each episode

By Amy VanSlam - Jan 25 2020
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Thank you beyond words for getting messages out about trauma, anxiety, vulnerabilities and faith...the things few talk about with the depth you bring to every episode. I specialize in healing trauma as a therapist and life coach and I’m on my own lifelong journey of healing trauma globally and getting the word out (and eliminating stigma). Numbing, denying, ignoring our need for healing only starves the world of our greatness! It truly is a beautiful lifelong journey of unwrapping the most beautiful parts of our soul and you bring it every week with each episode!

This is how I start my commute!

By Hendrikjeb - Dec 24 2019
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Thanks for all you do! Love the 5 minutes Friday!
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The School of Greatness

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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.

Rank #1: My Success Habits, Rituals and Morning Routine

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HOW YOU START AND END YOUR DAY MATTERS.
I get a lot of questions from listeners about what my morning routine, daily habits and nighttime routines look like.
So I decided it was time to record a solo episode answering this exact question so that anyone who asks can get a quick answer :)
The truth is, I believe that healthy, consistent routines make a massive difference in our daily performance and our long term health and happiness.
So even though I'm not perfect at following mine every day, I know what a big impact it makes when I do.
Keep in mind that these are just my routines.
I've developed them over years of trial and error. Some I got from playing sports, some from studying optimal health, some from going to meditation training, and some from friends.
They all serve me, but what I hope you do after listening to this episode is choose habits that serve YOU.
Habits are only as useful as the results we get from them, so I invite you to experiment with your own habits until you find ones that work.
Here are my favorite ones in Episode 589.
In this episode you will learn:
What time I wake up (5:45)
How I start my day (6:15)
Why I make my bed every morning (9:15)
How exercise cleanses us (10:08)
My morning meditation ritual (12:22)
My bedtime routine (17:21)
How I prep for a big event or interview (22:34)
Plus much more...

Jan 15 2018

37mins

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Rank #2: 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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Rank #3: 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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Rank #4: Marriage Secrets from a Divorce Lawyer with James Sexton

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“THIS IS THE MOST LEGALLY SIGNIFICANT THING YOU WILL DO, OTHER THAN DYING.”
Marriage is something that is so important to people. In fact, you probably thought about what your wedding would be like as a child.
When people go into a marriage they think so much about their venue, their cake, their guest list -- but they never really think about what they are signing up for.
Marriage is, legally, one of the most important things you can do. You are signing away half of your life.
And there’s nothing wrong with that - if it’s the right person.
On this episode of The School of Greatness, I brought on someone who knows so much about people being with the wrong person and how to set yourself up for a great marriage: NYC divorce attorney James Sexton.
James has intentionally focused his practice on divorce and family law since his graduation from Fordham Law School. In addition to his Juris Doctorate (Law Degree) he has a Master of Arts degree from New York University where he focused his graduate research on the areas of persuasive speech and propaganda studies.
To top it all off, James is the author of the incredibly informative book on marriage, If You’re in My Office, You’re Already Too Late.
On this episode he discusses how a lot of people rush into a serious relationship without ironing out all of the details. He shares the insights he’s learned from thousands upon thousands of failed marriages.
And he shared why he still believes marriage is a good idea.
Learn all of the inside secrets to creating a successful marriage, on Episode 626.
Some Questions I Ask:
Have there been any clients that were going to get a divorce then decided not to? (9:28)
What is the technology of marriage? (10:35)
What training would you want people to go through before getting married? (17:12)
How long were you married for? (23:24)
Do you feel like when marriage gets rough that they should throw in the towel or work through it? (27:36)
What are the most important things to find out about your spouse before getting married? (32:08)
When a couple is disconnected, what can they do to reconnect? (35:32)
What are the top 3 reasons people get divorced? (38:56)
What’s the best way to handle financial stress? (40:47)
What is the real reason people cheat? (45:48)
What does the government dictate in a marriage? (56:47)
Would you ever get married again? (1:05:21)
Is there a marriage you’ve seen that you admire a lot? (1:13:23)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
Why people tell more to their lawyers than their therapists (7:29)
The real failure rate of marriages (13:16)
What inspired James to write his book (20:45)
When one client realized her marriage was over (30:02)
The thing James loves about divorce law (34:36)
The best thing people can do to solve their problems (38:15)
The history of marriage (42:00)
How to keep your sex life satisfying (49:54)
The importance of a prenup (1:00:18)
James’ marriage advice to his kids (1:11:06)

Apr 11 2018

1hr 25mins

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Rank #5: Brene Brown: Create True Belonging and Heal the World

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THIS ONE IS WORTH A REPEAT.

Yes, one of the MOST requested guests on the show (since I launched it), has been this incredible woman.

She has one of the most watched TED talks of all time. She is a three-time #1 NYT bestselling author (and soon to be four). She has changed the face of emotional intelligence, relationships, and self-acceptance for millions of people.

But her area of expertise is one that not many people are willing to talk about — shame and vulnerability.

I’m talking about the one and only Brené Brown.

Brené is a research professor at the University of Houston. But once her TED talk blew up the internet a few years ago, she has appeared on much bigger platforms around the world, including Oprah, the New York Times, and many others.

Not only have her books changed millions of people’s perspectives on what it actually means to be brave, authentic, and loved, she has started a conversation that has created a ripple effect among other thought leaders.

I’ve been aware of her work for years, quoted it in my books, and followed her patiently, waiting for the right time to interview her for the podcast.

The time came a couple of years ago, on the eve of her newest book launch, and what we discussed was so powerful. I loved this episode so much, I decided to re-post it at the top of this new year as a reminder to all of us about how important these topics are.

Not only did we get into what it means to truly belong (the topic of her newest book), we got real about the tragic events happening in our country and what we get to do to change what’s going on.

  • How do we find out who we are? (6:08)
  • What is the time in your life you have been the most alone? (11:13)
  • If you had a message to give to our nation’s leader, what would you say? (44:45)


  • What belonging truly means (3:45)
  • What makes people complex (7:01)
  • What every parent needs to know about when their kids grow up (13:44)
  • Why parents are so defensive about their parenting style (18:52)
  • How to support men in being willing to discuss vulnerable topics (24:30)
  • How to handle speaking up about sensitive topics (30:01)
  • Why people hold onto hate (33:50)
  • Why our avoidance of pain is causing so many huge issues (36:35)
  • What Brene would say to all the men in the world (46:36)
  • How to deal with shame (since we can’t get rid of it) (48:58)
  • Plus much more…


If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/899 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Jan 08 2020

1hr 2mins

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Rank #6: 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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Rank #7: 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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Rank #8: 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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Rank #9: 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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Rank #10: 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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Rank #11: The 5 Second Rule To Change Your Life with Mel Robbins

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OUR THOUGHTS ARE DREAM KILLERS. The bigger the dream, the more fear you’re going to have. But to grow, you have to take on new challenges. It’s a real catch-22. I’m very curious about fear and self-doubt. In fact, I’m writing a book about it. In this new year, I want to challenge you to change the way you think about the things that scare you. I want you to start embracing difficult situations and stop letting yourself get in your way. Once you do, nothing will stop you. So how can we harness our thoughts so they start to work for us and not against us? On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I’m re-sharing a previous episode about facing fears with the creator of the “Five Second Rule:” Mel Robbins. Mel Robbins is the most booked female speaker on the planet with a 7 figure speaking business. Oh yeah, she’s also a bestselling author, a former criminal defense attorney, a CNN commentator, happily married for 20 years, and a mom of 3 kids. But what I really fell in love with about Mel was her passion, energy, straight-talking truth, and beautiful vulnerability. I’m pumped to re-share Mel’s incredible wisdom about how she overcame procrastination, fear, and low self-confidence after a devastating career blow and financial hardship. Get ready to laugh, cry, and learn how to master your thoughts to create extraordinary results on Episode 887.
Some Questions I Ask:
Once you mastered your thoughts, did you have no more fear? (13:30)
When did you discover the 5 Second Rule? (16:34)
What area of your life has the 5 Second Rule had the biggest impact? (38:22)
Is there any area of your life that you still lack confidence in? (41:54)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
The definition of habits (the good and bad side of them) (7:19)
Why it’s so important to control your thoughts versus your feelings (11:56)
What anxiety really is (15:45)
How we make decisions (26:05)
The neuroscience behind why the 5 Second Rule works (30:39)
How to use the 5 Second Rule in business negotiations (37:45)
What successful people do in their minds to keep moving ahead no matter how they feel (40:07)
Plus much more…
If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes, and more at www.lewishowes.com/887 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Dec 11 2019

1hr 6mins

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Rank #12: Make a Comeback - Body and Mind Training with Brooke Ence

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“YOU HAVEN'T LOST CHANCES TO BE A BETTER PERSON.”
Are you aware you’re constantly being judged? I bet you are. Are you letting it affect the the way you live your life? I really hope not.
Today, it’s so much easier to feel the burden of judgment. With social media, our lives are always in the spotlight. There are so many people who will hate on us, and the more successful we are the more haters there usually are.
You can’t listen to them. You just need to follow your heart and brush off their comments.
Focus in on listening to those that you really do care about, not some stranger that you’ve never heard of.
I have a special guest who knows more about this than most people: Brooke Ence.
Brooke is a fitness and Crossfit icon. She also appeared in Wonder Woman as an Amazonian warrior and she's just getting started.
Unfortunately, she’s always received a lot of criticism in her life. Her love of working out has meant she doesn’t have a traditional female body. She can come off as intimidating to people, and there’s always been a lot of backlash on social media because of it.
Last year she suffered a spinal injury that nearly took her life’s passion away from her. She decided not to let it ruin everything she has built.
Through pacing herself she’s learned to get back into the competition world and has been making a massive recovery in such a short amount of time.
Sadly, this pacing of herself has lead to even more people criticizing her. They’ve been trying to make her feel like she’s burnt out or past her prime - but I get the feeling she’s going to come back even stronger and better in the future.
Instead of listening to the naysayers she’s learned to focus her attention to people that truly know her, support her, and gauge her success on their reaction.
On this episode of The School of Greatness, Brooke really opens up about her injury and the struggles she’s gone through as a woman focusing on her passion as opposed to society’s standards.
She really is an inspiration to all people -- don't miss Episode 649.
Some Questions I Ask:
How did you get your injury? (7:48)
Did people think you could come back like you did? (23:18)
Has your build had an affect your confidence? (29:12)
What advice do you give to people that focus on other people’s words all the time? (42:16)
How do you push through every time when it hurts? (51:20)
Do you feel relief that you don’t have to train as hard for the games? (53:42)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
How quickly Brooke had her surgery (20:32)
The ways Brooke is more secure today (26:26)
How Brooke dealt with the lies she was telling herself (37:15)
How she sets herself up to have the best workout (48:28)
Her vision moving forward (52:03)
The thing she’s most proud of since her surgery (1:02:23)

Jun 03 2018

1hr 16mins

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Rank #13: Mindset and Persuasion with Derren Brown

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WHAT STORY ARE YOU TELLING YOURSELF?
Whatever it is, you’re creating a self-fulfilling prophecy.
You’re projecting your story onto everyone around you without even realizing it.
That’s why mentalists are so successful- they suggest a story to you that you accept as true.
Whatever your way of thinking, it doesn’t have to stay that way.
You can be free of your own story.
On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk with someone who changed his own way of thinking to become an incredible illusionist and mentalist: Derren Brown.
Derren Brown uses magic, suggestion, psychology, misdirection and showmanship to
create series and specials on stage and television. He’s won two Laurence Olivier Awards for Best Entertainment and has also written books for magicians as well as the general public.
He doesn’t use his skills to deceive others for his own benefit. Instead, his acts are often designed to expose the methods of faith healers and mediums.
So get ready to learn why humans are so easily persuaded on Episode 722.
Some Questions I Ask:
Do you believe there are mediums who can see into another realm? (25:54)
What is your greatest superpower? (27:46)
When you meet people, what goes through your mind first? (30:02)
Did you used to have a bigger ego? (38:05)
Why did you get into magic? (39:27)
Do you have any regrets? (47:11)
How can we rewire our minds? (1:02:37)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
The two ways faith healers deceive (19:56)
Why it’s important to make peace with the parts of you that aren’t “right” (46:06)
The effects of coming out as gay later in life (48:46)
The three main fears people have (55:27)
The importance of accepting yourself (59:44)

Nov 21 2018

1hr 34mins

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Rank #14: 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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Rank #15: 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

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Rank #16: Master the Laws of Human Nature with Robert Greene

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THE KEY TO LIFE IS RELATIONSHIPS.
Life’s an enrollment game.
You’re either signing people up or pushing them away.
The more you can learn about how the human mind works, the more you can be aware of how your actions influence others.
It’s so much more than just the words that you speak.
The energy that you bring into a room and the attitude you have towards life has a huge effect on the people around you.
That’s why I’m so excited to share this conversation I had with an expert on human nature and the art of seduction: Robert Greene.
Robert Greene is an American author and speaker known for his books on strategy, power, and seduction. He has written five international bestsellers: The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, The 33 Strategies of War, and The 50th Law and Mastery.
Robert says that you have to understand human nature in order to get people to follow you.
He argues that how you interact with others determines how far you will get in life.
Are you enrolling people in your vision? Or are you showing up in a way that doesn’t make people want to say yes to you?
Learn how to take responsibility for the energy you put out into the world and harness the power of body language on Episode 713.
Some Questions I Ask:
What is your biggest insecurity? (11:38)
Is there value in detaching from our emotions? (12:51)
How do we understand the strength of someone’s character? (20:28)
How do we break harmful patterns? (24:10)
What are ways we sabotage ourselves? (28:17)
What does it mean to “infect people with the proper mood”? (45:36)
How do you make people want to follow you? (1:16:33)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
How self-doubt can actually help you (13:42)
The most important thing to think about when hiring someone (21:06)
What it means to have strength of character (22:11)
How the Pygmalion Effect can help you succeed (31:51)
How to become a Master Persuader (36:13)
The key to becoming a better listener (37:14)
The importance of body language (43:35)
What makes someone a successful seducer (48:57)
The number one need that humans have (56:17)
How to find your passion (1:15:05)

Oct 31 2018

1hr 47mins

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Rank #17: Ben Shapiro: Problem-Solving in Life and Business

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DON'T LET "POTENTIAL" BE WRITTEN ON YOUR TOMBSTONE.
About ten years ago when I was playing professional football, I got injured.
I ended up on my sister’s couch.
I felt bad for myself and thought that there should be a way for people like me to get help.
Then I realized- what if I could solve this problem?
It was that experience that led me into the work I do today.
One of the reasons I don’t follow politics is because I want to focus on overcoming our own challenges.
That’s why I’m so interested in my guest on today’s episode of The School of Greatness: Ben Shapiro.
Ben Shapiro is editor-in-chief of The Daily Wire and host of "The Ben Shapiro Show," the top conservative podcast in the nation. Ben is the New York Times bestselling author of seven nonfiction books and is constantly featured on major newspapers and websites.
Ben believes that people need to look within when they have a problem. He’s more interested in root values than debating specific issues.
He ruffles a lot of feathers and I don’t agree with everything he says, but I still think you’re going to enjoy this one.
So get ready to learn about going from victimhood to a powerful mindset on Episode 742.
Some Questions I Ask:
Why are you so passionate about your message? (3:00)
How do you avoid judging people you disagree with (6:00)
Who was the most influential person in your life growing up? (17:00)
What’s the most important lesson you’ve learned from your mom? (35:00)
What’s your most proud moment growing up? (57:30)
What is your purpose moving forward? (1:15:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
How to debate effectively (8:00)
The difference between rights and duties (28:00)
The four things humans need to be happy (38:00)
About Ben’s challenging upbringing (50:00)
About the importance of authenticity (1:00:00)

Jan 07 2019

1hr 31mins

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Rank #18: 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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Rank #19: The No Excuse Guide to Success with Jon Taffer

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I KNOW HOW EASY IT IS TO MAKE EXCUSES.
You want to be better, but you also want to stay in your comfort zone, so you tell yourself a story explaining why it’s okay to stay where you are.
How to reverse this habit is to start recognizing these stories as the root of all failure.
When you do this, you start to notice how your excuses are holding you back. After this becomes a habit, you won't be able to ignore it, pushing you to a more honest and productive life.
To help you create this habit in your life, I'm excited for you to hear from the king of no-excuses: Jon Taffer.
Jon Taffer is an international celebrity, entrepreneur, and hospitality industry guru most well known for his role in the popular TV show Bar Rescue. As the creator, producer, and star of the show, Jon helps businesses reach their full potential by assessing all aspects of their operation.
Jon’s approach to business is something we can all learn from. Growing up in a broken family, Jon used this struggle as the burning fire to launch his passion projects into a career. His latest book Don't Bullsh*t Yourself!: Crush the Excuses That Are Holding You Back shows the level of honesty you must have with yourself to get to the next level.
If you’re looking to turn your excuses into solutions or just flat-out stop fooling yourself, tune into Episode 613 to remove excuses from your daily life.
Some Questions I Ask:
What did drumming teach you about business? (7:17)
What is the biggest challenge people face starting a business? (12:18)
Did you always have this mindset or did you have excuses and fears in your 20s? (19:27)
What’s the greatest lesson your mom taught you? (20:20)
What do you look for when you hire? (22:35)
How do you manage all the different personalities in different industries? (29:25)
What was the biggest lesson your father or his absence taught you? (31:20)
What’s the thing that holds you back from that next level? (35:00)
What’s the vision moving forward? (44:01)
What are your three truths? (50:20)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
How Jon Taffer sees business as reaction management (8:47)
What Jon Taffer believes are the difficulties of the restaurant business (11:02)
What Jon Taffer sees as the root of our excuses (16:55)
The challenging story of Jon Taffer’s early childhood years (19:30)
Jon Taffer’s views on teaching vs. training (24:00)
The story of Jon Taffer going from musician to businessman (32:30)
How Jon Taffer balances his professional and personal life (39:02)
The biggest lessons Jon Taffer has learned working in television (44:50)
How Jon Taffer learned communication through childhood abuse (52:05)
Plus much, much more

Mar 12 2018

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Rank #20: Master Your Heart and Mind with Robin Sharma

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SWEAT MORE IN TRAINING SO YOU'LL BLEED LESS IN WAR.
The nineties were a difficult time for me.
But I believe that I experienced that to give me the motivation to do what I’m doing today.
A rich life greatly lived is one that is also filled with challenges.
I want you to know that no matter what you’re going through, there is richness on the other side.
Take your wounds and turn them into wisdom.
On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk with an incredible human who inspires leaders around the world: Robin Sharma.
Robin Sharma is a former lawyer who is now a top leadership expert. His work is embraced by rock stars, royalty, billionaires and many celebrity CEOs. He has sold over 15,000,000 books, and his clients include Starbucks, Nike, GE, The Coca-Cola Company, NASA and Microsoft.
Robin says that the most important relationship you have is the one with yourself. Awareness is the key to transformation.
You not only need to have the right mindset, you have to have the right heartset, healthset, and soulset, too.
So get ready to learn all about the Four Interior Empires on Episode 754.
Some Questions I Ask:
What has been your biggest test as you grow? (9:00)
How do you deal with self-doubt? (16:30)
What internal conversation do you have daily? (35:00)
When do you feel the most loved? (44:30)
What are you most proud of? (47:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
A philosophy for leadership (8:00)
The Four Interior Empires (14:00)
The 20/20/20 Formula (18:00)
Why your critics are actually your spiritual friends (25:00)
How providing “10x Value” could be the key to your success (43:00)
Learn about Day Stacking and the Ten Rituals of Daily Genius (58:00)

Feb 04 2019

1hr 17mins

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Randy Jackson on Mastery, Health, and Success

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“It’s not who you think you want to be, it’s who you actually are that’s going to lead you out of the darkness into the forever light.”


  • If you had seen Justin Bieber on American Idol, do you think he would have made it to the final round? (2:20)
  • Why do great shows stop when they are still popular? (10:33)
  • What got you into music in the first place? (15:40)
  • Who are the greatest musicians you have played with? (23:23)
  • Who is the most unique artist out there right now? (25:40)
  • What are the top 3 moments of your life so far? (27:40)
  • How do you stay open to blessings? (30:50)
  • How did you keep getting asked by huge artists to work on their albums? (38:55)
  • What is unique about Unify Labs supplements? (48:15)


  • How artists are often their own worst enemy (4:27)
  • Where Randy came up with the idea for America’s Best Dance Crew (6:40)
  • Why simple ideas become the most popular (12:12)
  • Why jazz musicians are the greatest musicians in the world (20:05)
  • How to get the best opportunities even if you’re not the most talented (33:53)
  • How Randy got his health in order after years of being overweight (42:20)


If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/907 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Jan 27 2020

1hr 5mins

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Put People First

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Leaders value their people.

Dale Partridge is an incredibly successful serial entrepreneur who has not only made several fortunes, but has spoken on stages like Facebook HQ, created a massive social media following, and is a well-known author.

But what I’ve learned from Dale about business, relationships, leadership, and life is beyond any of that.

Sometimes you need to look far outside your circle to get insight on how to reach the next level. I was in this position a few years ago. I wasn’t learning anything new to market my business online.

And that’s when I met Dale.

We recorded this podcast episode a few years ago, and I wanted to feature a clip of it on 5 Minute Friday where we talk about the best ways to interact with your employees to create an incredible culture.

This to me is one of the most overlooked but essential parts of being a good leader - and a good entrepreneur. 

I'm excited for you to hear Dale's insight on what he has learned about this in Episode 906.

If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/906 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Jan 24 2020

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Grant Cardone: Overcome Insecurities and Build Your Billion Dollar Brand

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Even the most successful people are insecure.

There is one guest I keep having on the podcast who is unlike any other.

He always says exactly what he thinks. He talks about money in a real, relatable way. And when he comes on the show, he shows his soft side and cries.

Yes, I'm talking about my good friend, Grant Cardone.

Grant was in town a couple of weeks ago and stopped by to record an episode with me. Since this is becoming a yearly tradition, we covered a lot of what he has learned in the last year as he has scaled his businesses. It was amazing to hear his perspective on what can be accomplished in a year (and a decade.)

CEO of CardoneCapital, international speaker, entrepreneur and author of The 10X Rule & creator of 21 best-selling business programs, Grant Cardone owns & operates seven privately held companies and a $1.5B portfolio of multifamily properties. Named the #1 marketer to watch by Forbes Magazine, Cardone is also the founder of the The 10X Movement & The 10 Growth Conference, the world’s largest business & entrepreneur conference.

I love pushing Grant to think bigger about his already huge goals. In this conversation, he opened up about how his wife Elena pushes him in this way, what his daughters have taught him about fun and love, and why insecurity is still a huge factor in his life.

If you're ready to expand your mindset and face your biggest fears, this conversation will take you there in Episode 905.

  • Do you think insecurity is a good thing? (10:12)
  • What’s your definition of success? (12:40)
  • How do you get over the insecurity that comes at you? (16:18)
  • How do you get your head out of the mechanics to make your dream possible? (25:20)
  • What have your kids taught you about being a better person? (43:07)
  • What are the non-negotiables everyone should have in order to make money? (49:45)


  • The way Grant still doubts himself and how he gets over that (1:08)
  • Something big to let go of in 2020 (5:07)
  • Why we are trained to think small (10:45)
  • The most insecure moment Grant experienced last year (14:00)
  • Why it’s helpful to have a partner who thinks bigger than you do (18:41)
  • How to talk to your spouse about money on a regular basis (27:25)
  • How Grant went from no money at almost 50 to where he is today (29:50)
  • Why taking care of your health is so important to your financial success (32:30)
  • Why changing your friends is so important for your growth (37:55)
  • Why Grant doesn’t put dates on his goals (41:35)
  • Why you should never take advice from a millionaire (48:25)
  • Plus much more...


If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/905 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Jan 22 2020

1hr 8mins

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Live a Longer Life and Reverse Aging with Dr. David Sinclair

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Aging is a disease.

Everyone gets old. But did you ever think of the symptoms of aging as a disease that can be cured?

I'd heard about Dr. David Sinclair and his ground-breaking longevity research, and I knew he would be a fascinating person to interview about this idea.

We ended up going really deep into the science of why we age, how to reverse it, and what is actually in our control.

David told stories he'd never shared before, and I kept asking questions because I was so interested in what he was telling me.

David Sinclair is a professor in the Department of Genetics and co-director of the Paul F. Glenn Center for the Biology of Aging at Harvard Medical School. He is an inventor on 35 patents and has received more than 35 awards and honors. In 2014, he was on Time Magazine’s list of the “100 Most Influential People in the World,” and listed as Time's Top 50 in healthcare in 2018.

In this conversation, we discussed all of my top questions on why we age, how much of it is reversible, and all of the ways I've heard to increase your longevity and health.

David is a wealth of wisdom on all these topics, and he also shared some of the hardest times of his life, including watching his mother die of lung cancer and why that impacted his work so much.

If you are committed to improving your health and living a long and healthy life, this conversation is a must-listen in Episode 904.

  • Is it possible to reverse death? (7:42)
  • What are the main ways to turn on the longevity genes? (9:30)
  • How do you say no to all the food offers around you? (17:30)
  • How did you get fascinated by longevity and anti-aging? (19:15)
  • How did you recover from a major career setback? (37:06)
  • What was the biggest lesson you learned from a year of being homeless? (49:28)
  • How important are heat and cold therapy to anti-aging? (59:38)
  • What is the ideal way to use fasting to improve your health? (1:05:42)
  • How old do you think you’ll be able to live? (1:14:15)
  • How much does inflammation play into the longevity of your life? (1:20:44)


  • How our body’s built-in defenses against aging work (1:12)
  • Why 3 meals a day is too much food for most people (10:09)
  • The main benefits of a plant-based diet for longevity (13:13)
  • Why it’s important to remember that there will always be another meal (15:10)
  • Why death is so shocking to us even though it happens all the time (21:01)
  • The molecule that has been proven to protect against a variety of diseases (29:34)
  • The story that David has never told of how he was homeless after college (44:45)
  • How cells lose their ability to stay young (55:32)
  • Lewis’ experience doing a cold-exposure intensive in Poland with Wim Hof (1:08:45)
  • Plus much more...


If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/904 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Jan 20 2020

1hr 39mins

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Build From the Ground Up

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Entrepreneurs need vision.

If you could interview 200 of the top entrepreneurs in the country, do you think you’d find some similarities?

Amy Wilkinson guessed that she would.

And she did.

Over 5 years of research later, she wrote a book that examines the top 6 traits that very successful entrepreneurs share.

Amy is a brilliant woman who has worked at the White House and co-founded a company in Silicon Valley (as well as taught at Ivy League universities).

In our conversation, we discuss these top traits and Amy gives awesome (real life) examples to illustrate each one. I took a clip from the original episode when Amy was on the show in which she shares examples of how to bridge the gap between your competition and build your vision from the ground up on 5 Minute Friday in Episode 903.


If you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/903 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Jan 17 2020

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Master the Art of Negotiating in Business and Life with Former FBI Agent Chris Voss

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There's a way to always get what you want.

And it doesn't mean you need to be a tyrant. The art of negotiating is what each of us can learn in order to consistently and confidently get people on our side. 

To learn this art, I brought back a super popular guest from a few years ago, former FBI negotiator Chris Voss. Since our first interview, he has only grown in popularity, and I knew he'd have new insights about how to use the art of negotiation in business and life.

Chris is not just a teacher and an author.

During Chris’s 24 year tenure in the FBI, he was trained in the art of negotiation by not only the FBI but Scotland Yard and Harvard Law School. He has used his many years of experience in international crisis and high-stakes negotiations to develop a unique program and team that applies these globally proven techniques to the business world. Now he runs a top consulting company and teaches negotiation to graduate students at universities like Harvard and Georgetown.

In this conversation, we discussed several ways you can negotiate in your day to day life, including getting discounts on anything you buy, closing huge business deals, and walking away from deals and relationships that will never work out. I can't wait for you to hear what Chris has to teach in Episode 902.

  • How can we navigate emotional issues without getting too emotional about it? (2:40)
  • How often did you fall backwards as an FBI negotiator and get reactive? (8:06)
  • What are the biggest findings you learned about negotiation since your book came out? (16:47)
  • What are the most common negotiations that anyone goes through on a daily basis? (29:04)
  • How can you not take criticism personally? (49:48)
  • How important is intention before you begin a negotiation? (57:02)
  • How do you handle a negotiation that has gone south so that you don’t burn a bridge? (1:03:04)
  • What hostage negotiation tactics do you use on a daily basis? (1:06:30)
  • What’s the best approach for someone who wants to buy something? (1:08:14)


  • How you can learn to not get defensive when triggered (5:44)
  • Tools to use when making a deal in business (13:02)
  • Why asking “why” questions makes people defensive (21:40)
  • Ways to negotiate client deals if you are just starting out in your career (27:25)
  • The formula to get people to do things for you because they feel like it (31:48)
  • How to be a great sounding board for someone to work through their feelings (40:35)
  • A role-playing exercise you can do with a friend to practice negotiation (51:51)
  • Plus much more...


If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/902 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Jan 15 2020

1hr 30mins

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Rob Dyrdek: From Small Town Skateboarder to Media Mogul Empire

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I KNOW I ALWAYS SAY I'M EXCITED ABOUT EACH EPISODE OF THE SCHOOL OF GREATNESS.

But I’m REALLY excited about this episode.

And not just because the guest is another Ohio boy! (But I wore one of my best Ohio shirts and hats when he came by the studio.)

You probably already know him from his multiple hit shows on MTV. Or from his long list of world records in skateboarding. Or for his incredible branding with labels like DC shoes.

Even if you’ve somehow never heard of Rob Dyrdek, you’re in for a huge treat.

Rob is cool for many reasons. But I literally couldn’t stop asking him questions during this interview because he is so SMART when it comes to business, entrepreneurship, focus, habits, and vision. Just a few of my favorite things 🙂

Rob and I dove deep into all these topics, as well as the real motivation behind all of them – to create happiness now. We recorded this episode a few years ago, but I wanted to bring it back because what Rob teaches is still so relevant and powerful for entrepreneurs today.

I know you’ll get just as much out of it as I did in Episode 901 with the legendary Rob Dyrdek.

  • How do you describe yourself and your bio? (35:26)
  • How do you manage your energy so that you're always full? (40:33)
  • What are you non-negotiable daily habits? (58:46)


  • How Rob got royalties on a third of DC shoes' entire line in his mid-twenties (4:45)
  • What the term "stirfry" means in entrepreneurship (5:52)
  • What the difference is between a business and an idea (12:08)
  • Why Rob embraces stalkers (16:24)
  • The story behind his sister getting married inside the Fantasy Factory (19:20)
  • How Fantasy Factory almost didn't make it on air (26:45)
  • The story of how Rob almost died surfing with Laird Hamilton (33:38)
  • How to be happy everyday (38:18)
  • The key to living a balanced and full life (43:20)
  • How Rob's life changed when he met Tony Robbins (43:52)
  • Why it's so important to pick one thing to master (44:50)
  • Plus much more...


If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/901 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Jan 13 2020

1hr 29mins

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Aim for Wonder Over Success

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“I didn’t ask for success, I asked for wonder.” - Abraham Joshua Heschel

We talk a lot about building businesses, physical health, and a champion’s mindset on  The School of Greatness.

What we don’t talk about as often is the part of greatness that is harder to define and explain: spirituality.

But that’s not because it’s not important.

I had never heard of today’s guest until a friend told me I had to get him on the show.

And once I learned about him, I agreed.

Rob Bell is an author, pastor, and incredible human being who has not only built one of the fastest growing churches in America, but become a voice for anyone who is seeking to understand faith and spirituality in today’s world.

He has authored several books on these subjects, done shows with Oprah, and toured the world at concert venues giving stand-up performances about spirituality, religion, and faith.

In this 5 Minute Friday episode, I wanted to share a clip from the very first episode I recorded with Rob on the podcast. He talks about the difference between wonder and success, and why we should be aiming for the first.


If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/900 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Jan 10 2020

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Brene Brown: Create True Belonging and Heal the World

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THIS ONE IS WORTH A REPEAT.

Yes, one of the MOST requested guests on the show (since I launched it), has been this incredible woman.

She has one of the most watched TED talks of all time. She is a three-time #1 NYT bestselling author (and soon to be four). She has changed the face of emotional intelligence, relationships, and self-acceptance for millions of people.

But her area of expertise is one that not many people are willing to talk about — shame and vulnerability.

I’m talking about the one and only Brené Brown.

Brené is a research professor at the University of Houston. But once her TED talk blew up the internet a few years ago, she has appeared on much bigger platforms around the world, including Oprah, the New York Times, and many others.

Not only have her books changed millions of people’s perspectives on what it actually means to be brave, authentic, and loved, she has started a conversation that has created a ripple effect among other thought leaders.

I’ve been aware of her work for years, quoted it in my books, and followed her patiently, waiting for the right time to interview her for the podcast.

The time came a couple of years ago, on the eve of her newest book launch, and what we discussed was so powerful. I loved this episode so much, I decided to re-post it at the top of this new year as a reminder to all of us about how important these topics are.

Not only did we get into what it means to truly belong (the topic of her newest book), we got real about the tragic events happening in our country and what we get to do to change what’s going on.

  • How do we find out who we are? (6:08)
  • What is the time in your life you have been the most alone? (11:13)
  • If you had a message to give to our nation’s leader, what would you say? (44:45)


  • What belonging truly means (3:45)
  • What makes people complex (7:01)
  • What every parent needs to know about when their kids grow up (13:44)
  • Why parents are so defensive about their parenting style (18:52)
  • How to support men in being willing to discuss vulnerable topics (24:30)
  • How to handle speaking up about sensitive topics (30:01)
  • Why people hold onto hate (33:50)
  • Why our avoidance of pain is causing so many huge issues (36:35)
  • What Brene would say to all the men in the world (46:36)
  • How to deal with shame (since we can’t get rid of it) (48:58)
  • Plus much more…


If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/899 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Jan 08 2020

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Change Yourself in Order to Change the World with Dhar Mann

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CHANGE STARTS WITH YOU.

Most of us have faced one big failure so far in our lives. A huge rock bottom. A super hard time. But Dhar Mann has faced 3 massive failures and he's only in his mid-30s. 

I knew about Dhar years ago, when he was a mega-successful Instagram influencer living the life. Or so it seemed. 

Dhar Mann is a serial entrepreneur who has experienced the highs and lows of success. From funding millions of dollars in real estate loans at 19, to his time in the medical marijuana industry, to scaling an eight-figure cosmetics business, he has a proven ability to build companies. Most recently he has become the fastest growing viral video creator in less than one year with over 3 billion views across Facebook, IGTV, and YouTube.

Recently, I became friends with Dhar in real life and was blown away by his story of shallow success, failure, rock bottom, reinvention, and true success today. 

After disappearing from social media for 4 years, losing everything, including his reputation, and getting into legal trouble, Dhar has reappeared as a new man. I loved hearing him tell his full story, for the first time publicly, and the wisdom he has learned from losing everything to building it back the right way. I'm excited for you to hear this story yourself in Episode 898 with Dhar Mann.

  • What was the final thing that made you pull away from social media for 4 years? (8:26)
  • Why did you feel like you had to be an early success story? (44:05)
  • What’s been your biggest lesson on creating viral content? (1:02:34)
  • What should someone focus on when creating content for social media? (1:05:22)


  • The story Dhar hasn’t shared publicly yet about his biggest failures (13:20)
  • Why your reputation is worth more than money (30:05)
  • What happens when you accept that you are the problem (31:54)
  • Why you must be in the right mindset to take advantage of opportunities (36:12)
  • Why Dhar waited so long to come back on social media (54:00)
  • How to stay positive while building your brand and content when no one is watching (56:30)
  • Plus much more...


If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/898 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Jan 06 2020

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Dream and Do

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I am channeling my inner motivational powerhouse today on The School of Greatness.
For this 5 Minute Friday, I’m speaking straight from the heart.
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Jan 03 2020

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The Science of Sleep for Ultimate Success with Shawn Stevenson

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NEW DECADE, NEW SLEEP GOALS. So often we glorify not getting enough sleep. We brag about pulling an all-nighter. We “grind” or wake up at the crack of dawn. Some of us think that staying up is helping us achieve our dreams. But sleep is key to our mental and physical health. It even keeps us young. So why do so many of us put quality sleep on the back burner? On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about sleep with a bestselling author on the subject: Shawn Stevenson. Shawn Stevenson is an author of “Sleep Smarter” and creator of The Model Health Show, featured as the #1 Health podcast in the country on iTunes. A graduate of The University of Missouri - St. Louis, Shawn studied business, biology and kinesiology, and went on to be the founder of Advanced Integrative Health Alliance, a company that provides wellness services for individuals and organizations worldwide. Shawn says that often we look at sleep as something we should sacrifice to be more present for other people and our goals. But the word sacrifice actually means “to make sacred.” We need to make sleep a sacred practice that heals our body and mind.
So get ready to learn how and why you should have more restful sleep on Episode 896.
Some Questions I Ask:
What is sleep? (16:00)
How bad is sugar for sleep? (28:00)
What does the research say about eating before sleep (32:30)
What is the optimal evening routine? (52:30)
What is the optimal amount of hours of sleep? (1:07:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
The four stages of sleep (19:00)
Why you need sleep to produce Human Growth Hormone (21:00)
About the REM Rebound Effect
The relationship between sleep and aging (40:00)
How the body receives melatonin (47:00)
Hacks for using technology while preparing for sleep (57:30)
Why you should keep your room cold when you sleep (1:02:00)

Jan 01 2020

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Upgrade Your Mental Health with Dr. Margaret Rutherford

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THERE ARE FEW PEOPLE I TRUST WHO HAVEN’T BEEN THROUGH SOME SORT OF ADVERSITY.
Many people feel that holding their shame hostage will make them a stronger person.
This just isn’t true.
It has become very clear to me: If you’re going to heal, you have to find a way to be open about your issues.
In order to live in today, you have to be open about your past.
This is the key to being comfortable in your vulnerability.
This is the key to unlocking the next level of your mental health.
So how do we begin to share our shame?
On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about breaking free of perfectionism with someone who has been through her own deep journey of embracing her shame: Dr. Margaret Rutehrford.
“Narcissism is the diagnosis of the decade ” - @doctor_margaret
Dr. Margaret Rutherford has been a psychologist in private practice for over twenty-five years. She's the author of "Marriage Is Not For Chickens", and hosts a weekly podcast, SelfWork with Dr. Margaret Rutherford, where she offers compassionate common-sense directions, ideas and goals toward the changes listeners want to make in healing.
Dr. Margaret shares her journey on how she became one of the leading experts on embracing our shame and understanding our functioning.
So get ready to learn how to be ok with not being ok on Episode 895.
“Let me question why I do what I do.” - @doctor_margaret
Some Questions I Ask:
What happens if we hold on to our shame? (12:50)
What would you say are the common things or the common theme that you see as challenges that people have? (18:15)
What is mental illness and do we all have some type of it? (25:10)
How do we recognize if we have depression if we’re a perfectionist? (36:20)
What are three to five things we can do to arm ourselves against being susceptible to the things that hold us back? (42:00)
How do we accept something about our past that we are not proud of? (49:00)
What are the things that most of us learn from childhood that hold us back? (50:30)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
About Dr. Margaret’s journey through her own shame that has brought her to the work she does today. (10:00)
What Dr, Margaret believes therapy can pinpoint in people and why it is integral to embracing vulnerability. (25:00)
What it means to be a perfectionist and how it coincides with being “great.” (29:40)
The complexity of the human condition on what we might require to start our healing process. (41:00)
How to find your sense of well-being and why it is important to value our uniqueness. (45:00)
The power of modeling healthy habits for our children. (57:00)
If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes, and more at http:www.lewishowes.com/895 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Dec 30 2019

1hr 13mins

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How to Fascinate

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DOMINATE YOUR COMPETITION. Most of us don’t have unlimited budgets to market ourselves. So how can we compete with people who do? The answer is simple: we have to fascinate. Utilize whatever you have that is unique to capture people’s attention. Stop trying to offer what your competition is offering- instead, do something they can’t. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Sally Hogshead she shared how to fascinate by utilizing the first nine seconds of your audience’s attention. Sally is a New York Times bestselling author, Hall of Fame speaker, “fascination scientist,” and mom of 8 kids. In two weeks, Sally was able to fill up her calendar with speaking engagements by changing one thing in her approach. Learn how to market yourself no matter what your budget in Episode 894.
In This Episode You Will Learn:
The two choices every brand has (02:00)
The four types of competitors (03:00)
About the average attention span and how to utilize that (04:00)
If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/894 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Dec 27 2019

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Sara Blakely: SPANX CEO on Writing Your Billion Dollar Story

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NOTHING SHOULD STAND IN THE WAY OF YOUR STORY. We've had some pretty amazing women on The School of Greatness. I've learned a lot from each of them. In fact, I learn a lot from all the women around me (almost my whole team is women). Today's guest is no exception. Male, female, old, young - we could all learn from this incredible businessperson. Not only is she the youngest self-made female billionaire in America (wow, right??), she is also the mother of four young kids, the wife of another podcast guest, Jesse Itzler, and the founder and CEO of the massively popular women's apparel brand SPANX. In this episode, I got to sit with and learn from a legend among entrepreneurs: Sara Blakely. During this interview, I kept finding out new things to admire Sara for. She struggled a lot in school (me too!). She sold fax machines door to door FOR 7 YEARS before she had the idea for Spanx. She was rejected by every manufacturing company she took her idea to. But she didn't let any of that stop her. Sara's hustle and can-do attitude is just one thing I learned about her in this interview. We dive into dealing with grief, how to scale companies the right way, what it's like to be mentored by Richard Branson, and much more. Welcome to an inspiring interview with a powerhouse in Episode 893.
Some Questions I Ask:
How did you meet your husband Jesse? (30:12)
How do you stay so grounded and calm with everything you have going on? (32:00)
What did you learn from being mentored by Richard Branson? (44:47)
What is more challenging for you – running a billion-dollar brand or being a mom? (49:46)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
What happened in Sara’s life to prepare her for entrepreneurship before she had her big idea (7:12)
The list of possible product names Sara considered before she decided on Spanx (11:46)
The hardest part of getting her company off the ground (15:55)
How Sara guerrilla-marketed her first order of Spanx in Neiman Marcus (20:01)
Why being kind to yourself is so important (32:15)
How Sara got Warren Buffet to paint his belly for her new book (36:32)
What grief and loss can teach us (43:01)
Plus much more…
If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/893 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Dec 25 2019

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Felicia Day on Unleashing Creativity and Loving Yourself Unconditionally

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CREATIVITY IS HARD WORK. Have you wanted to complete a project but stopped? You might have expected it to be perfect. Or maybe you thought you weren’t qualified enough to make it. You might have finished it but didn’t take the time to shape it into its final form. Completing something we’re passionate about is good for our wellbeing. But it’s not easy. Lin Manuel Miranda took six years to write Hamilton. Put in the time to make your own masterpiece. You never know how what you’ve made will inspire others and change the world. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about creativity with a successful actress, writer, and new mother: Felicia Day. Felicia Day is a professional actress who has appeared in numerous television shows and films. She is currently recurring on the CW show "Supernatural,” and the SyFy series "The Magicians.” However, Felicia is best known for her work in the web video world. Felicia shares the importance of creativity in our daily life and how to push through self-doubt and judgment. So get ready to learn how to incorporate creativity in your world on Episode 892.
Some Questions I Ask:
How do you become a mom and be in Hollywood? (10:00)
What’s your greatest fear? (17:45)
What’s been the lowest point for you? (21:00)
What did you learn from your daughter about creativity? (25:30)
How do you overcome the need to be perfect as a creative? (35:00)
How do you deal with being less relevant? (45:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
Some fun facts about Felicia (07:00)
The identity shift Felicia had after having a baby (10:00)
How to focus on what’s important (17:30)
How to love ourselves unconditionally (21:00)
An exercise for shutting out your enemies (38:00)
If you enjoyed this episode check out the video, show notes, and more at http://www.applepodcasts.com/greatness and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Dec 23 2019

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The Power of Rest

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OVERWORKING ISN’T THE GOAL. So often, we get a pat on the back when we run ourselves into the ground. We get recognition for always staying late at work. We answer emails at night and on the weekend. People ask us, “Wow, how do you manage to DO IT ALL?!” But what we’re really doing is destroying our minds and our bodies. We can only operate at 110% for so long. Professional athletes know the importance of rest and recovery. They work it into their schedule, and they never skip it. Why shouldn’t the rest of us do the same? For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Arianna Huffington where she shared how she reshaped her life and health after collapsing from burnout. Arianna Huffington is the founder of The Huffington Post, the founder and CEO of Thrive Global, and the author of fifteen books. She’s no stranger to hard work, but a life-changing event made her drastically change her approach. Learn how to thrive and stop being exhausted in Episode 891.
In This Episode You Will Learn:
Why Arianna collapsed from exhaustion (1:30)
What athletes know better than most people (2:30)
What Arianna implemented at Huffington Post (3:00)

Dec 20 2019

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Finding Happiness Through Fame with Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons

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YOU HAVE TO LET GO.
So many of us make decisions because we feel like we have to do something.
Whether it’s the religion we grew up in, what our parents want, or what we feel is culturally acceptable, we often betray ourselves.
But you can only live this way for so long before you start to break down.
You’ll lose sight of who you are and suddenly realize you don’t know how to find it.
It’s a lonely feeling.
For me, this point came after I got injured in football. I was forced to look at my decisions and figure out what I wanted.
On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about spirituality, relationships, and mental health with one of the most successful musicians of all time: Dan Reynolds.
Dan Reynolds is the lead singer of Imagine Dragons and a recipient of the Songwriters Hall of Fame Hal David Starlight Award.
He shares how he had a crisis of faith after being raised Mormon. He almost divorced his wife and left everything behind. But he was able to make some changes and find himself again.
So get ready to learn how to stop living a people-pleasing life and stay true to yourself on Episode 890.
Some Questions I Ask:
How were you able to make your relationship work? (05:00)
Why do you think people don’t share how they feel? (38:00)
Do you believe it’s more powerful to create from a place of pain or love? (43:40)
What’s your greatest fear? (42:00)
What was the greatest lesson you learned in the last decade? (52:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
Why you can’t live a people-pleasing life (00:00)
Dan’s crisis of faith and how Mormonism has affected his life (00:00)
About Dan’s work with the LGBTQ community (19:00)
Dan’s struggle with depression and anxiety (28:00)
Dan’s health journey (45:00)
If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes, more at http://lewishowes.com/890 and follow me on instagram.com/lewishowes

Dec 18 2019

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Nico Rosberg on Becoming a Formula One World Champion

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CHAMPIONS AREN’T SUPER-HUMAN, THEY’RE SUPER-INTENTIONAL. I’ve noticed that there are two types of champions. One of them wins and says, “I am the greatest that ever lived.” The other says, “All of the glory goes to God.” Both of these mindsets have good results, but is one better than the other? You need a certain amount of arrogance to be the best. After all, self-doubt is the biggest crusher of dreams. But if you aren’t able to look at what you could be doing better, you’ll eventually decline. People won’t want to be around you. And you might destroy yourself in the process. So how can we lead with confidence and avoid getting a massive ego? On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about self-doubt and self-love with a sensitive, inspiring Formula One Champion: Nico Rosberg. Nico Rosberg followed in his father’s footsteps to win the Formula One World Championship in 2016. He grew up racing against Lewis Hamilton and constantly coming in second only to one day win the championship for himself. Nico shares how even though he was at the top of his field, he struggled with a fear of failure. In a field as macho as car racing, it’s inspiring to hear a man be so vulnerable. So get ready to learn how the tiny details matter when going for big wins on Episode 889.
Some Questions I Ask:
Why isn’t Formula One as popular in the US? (06:44)
Do you feel like your dad pushed you? (11:00)
How much does the car have to do with winning? (16:00)
What was the biggest lesson your father taught you? (19:00)
Where does your lack of self-love come from? (28:00)
What do you think about during the races? (42:00)
What’s the key to eliminating self-doubt? (46:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
How Nico avoids pushing his children too much (09:00)
About Nico’s rivalry with Lewis Hamilton (15:00)
The magic ingredient to success (25:00)
The one thing Nico did that made him a world champion (38:00)
The story of how Nico one the 2016 Formula One Championship (47:00)
How coming in second to Lewis Hamilton affected Nico (52:00)
Why failure is important (56:00)
If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/889 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes

Dec 16 2019

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Your Health Is Not Shameful

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YOU NEED TO TALK TO SOMEBODY. So many of us (especially men) are afraid to open up about what we’re going through. We often don’t even tell the people who are closest to us. For whatever reason, we think we have to suffer alone. But there is freedom in sharing your struggles. Whether it’s depression, low self-esteem, or something like erectile dysfunction, you need to be able to tell your doctor. For this Five Minute Friday, I revisited a conversation I had with Bill Phillips where he talked about the importance of getting help for depression and other problems. Bill is the former Editor-In-Chief of Men’s Health Magazine and the author of The Better Man Project. Learn how to talk to your doctor and confront your health issues in Episode 888.
If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/888 and follow at instagram.com/888

Dec 13 2019

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By Amy VanSlam - Jan 25 2020
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Thank you beyond words for getting messages out about trauma, anxiety, vulnerabilities and faith...the things few talk about with the depth you bring to every episode. I specialize in healing trauma as a therapist and life coach and I’m on my own lifelong journey of healing trauma globally and getting the word out (and eliminating stigma). Numbing, denying, ignoring our need for healing only starves the world of our greatness! It truly is a beautiful lifelong journey of unwrapping the most beautiful parts of our soul and you bring it every week with each episode!

This is how I start my commute!

By Hendrikjeb - Dec 24 2019
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Thanks for all you do! Love the 5 minutes Friday!