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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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I’ve been a long-time fan, and though I don’t listen to every episode, some of them have straight-up changed my life. Thank you for putting truth, light and goodness out into the world on a regular basis.


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I’ve been a long-time fan, and though I don’t listen to every episode, some of them have straight-up changed my life. Thank you for putting truth, light and goodness out into the world on a regular basis.

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By mrshback - Jun 06 2019
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I’ve been a long-time fan, and though I don’t listen to every episode, some of them have straight-up changed my life. Thank you for putting truth, light and goodness out into the world on a regular basis.


By mrshback - Jun 06 2019
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I’ve been a long-time fan, and though I don’t listen to every episode, some of them have straight-up changed my life. Thank you for putting truth, light and goodness out into the world on a regular basis.
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The School of Greatness

Updated about 1 month ago

Rank #7 in Health category

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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: EP 679 Heal Your Body with Your Mind: Dr. Joe Dispenza

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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
1 hour 25 mins

Rank #2: EP 652 Jesse Itzler on Building a Healthy, Wealthy, Wise Life

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There’s one resource in this world we all take for granted: time.

We’re only on this planet for a small amount of time, and we tend to build routines in our lives that makes the days roll by.

The next thing we know, we look in the mirror and we’re 70. When you look at that face do you want to see a life of missed opportunities or one filled with experiences you are proud of?

If you want the latter, you need to make sure you schedule time for you. Take the time to build your life resume, because that’s what makes our lives much more interesting.

When you talk about someone, do you talk about how they clock in to work on time everyday at 9 am and work late hours? Or do you talk about the places they’ve been to, and the experiences they’ve had?

On this episode of The School of Greatness, I bring you back someone who has decided to build their life’s resume: Jesse Itzler.

Importance of taking advantage of time. Routine make life fly by. Make time for yourself - building life resume instead of business resume.
Jesse enjoys living life "out of the box." In fact, he doesn't even have a box. The author of the New York Times bestseller, Living with a Seal, co founded Marquis Jet, the world's largest private jet card company which he and his partner sold to Berkshire Hathaway/NetJets. Jesse then partnered with Zico coconut water, which he and his partner sold to The Coca-Cola Company.

He’s also the kind of person that when he wants something he grabs onto the opportunity without delay. He recently decided he needed to detox his mind from electronics and the constant multitasking of today’s world.

He ended up living with monks, living in a room as small as a table, and unable to communicate with his family, just to find himself.

The lessons he learned most were about the need to make time for yourself and the people around you that you care most about. In the end, that’s where you’ll have the most impact and where your true legacy will come from.

Learn more lessons from Jesse’s isolation and time with the monks, on Episode 652.
Some Questions I Ask:

How was your 15 day digital detox? (8:45)

What are you not waiting for? (20:09)

If you could go back 20 years, what would you eliminate or add to your life? (21:41)

Do you still take 3 hours for yourself every day? (24:44)

What do you think you can learn from pain? (29:14)

What did the monks teach you about overcoming personal challenges? (32:52)

What did the master’s say (about death)? (36:34)

Have you and your wife ever struggled with competing with one another? (44:47)

Do you ever have a fear that your kids are a little soft? (47:04)

What are the things you’ve learned from your time in your monks you didn’t know before? (48:13)
In This Episode You Will Learn:

When he had the idea to live with monks (10:50)

What Jesse didn’t miss during his time away (14:51)

How Jesse worked in the music business (17:07)

The Kevin Rule (22:28)

When Jesse started living this type of life (27:37)

The biggest personal challenge he’s faced (30:29)

Why death kept coming up in Jesse’s mind (34:40)

How he maintains the spark of sexual desire and dynamic of business in his relationship (41:26)

The greatest lessons his kids have taught him (45:40)

Plus much, much more...
Jun 11 2018
1 hour 2 mins

Rank #3: EP 664 Jordan Peterson on Responsibility and Meaning

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It’s common for people to question why they are here. This question can lead to depression and a sense that the world is a terrible place. I’ve sure you’ve experienced that feeling, and you may even be going through it right now.

During these times you’ll commonly replay events in your life where you felt out of control or like everything was going wrong.

That reaction comes from a lack of purpose and responsibility for yourself. You’re lacking the goals you need to feel complete.

Instead, start making a road map for your life: the things you want to achieve, the family you want to have, etc.

It doesn’t have to be a perfect map. In fact, it won’t be. No one has the ultimate road map. But any direction is better than no direction. Without a start, you’re just going to stand there watching the world pass you by.

To dive further into this I’ve brought in a special guest: Dr. Jordan Peterson.
Dr. Peterson is a professor at the University of Toronto, a clinical psychologist and the author of the million-plus selling 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos (Jan 2018, Penguin Books), which has been a Number 1 bestseller in the US, Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, the Netherlands and Brazil, and which is now slated to be translated into 40 languages.

He has become super popular in the last two years for his lectures which he records and puts on YouTube.

I had such an interesting interview with him that had so much important information, I actually split it into two episodes.

In this episode of The School of Greatness, we sit down and discuss why we admire sports figures, how any aim (even a bad one) is crucial for you to feel fulfilled, and a mindset tool you can use to motivate you to do hard things.

Learn how you can find the strength to live life you didn’t know you had, on Episode 664.
Some Questions I Ask:

How do you embody something in a shift of view? (7:23)

Why is there so much conflict in the world? (8:14)

A clear conscience is different than happiness? (11:06)

When we’re watching sports, what does it do for us? (15:51)

How do you fix your past traumas you can’t let go of? (21:22)

What do you mean by being reasonable with your goals? (23:18)

Why is it better to have a bad plan than to be in “No Man’s Land”? (27:15)

What are some examples of weaknesses people might have? (28:42)

What are three weaknesses, you know right now, you can still work on? (29:29)

Does a rationale mean a meaning? (37:14)
In This Episode You Will Learn:

How Dr. Peterson’s simplifies his philosophy (6:16)

The relationship between responsibility and meaning (9:56)

Why people are so interested in sports (13:13)

The reasons you need a noble cause (17:37)

The purpose of memory (20:17)

Why you need to be able to answer the seven questions (25:54)

What you have to do to move forward (31:06)

Why you should be exercising (32:48)

The reason people get stuck searching for their meaning (39:12)

Plus much, much more...
Jul 09 2018
45 mins

Rank #4: EP 589 My Success Habits, Rituals and Morning Routine

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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
37 mins

Rank #5: EP 637 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
36 mins

Rank #6: EP 721 Charlamagne Tha God on Success, Anxiety, and Mental Health

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It’s time to open up.

No matter what you’re dealing with, you’re not alone.

There is nothing shameful about having anxiety.

Think about this acronym for FEAR- you either Fear Everything And Run or Face Everything And Rise.

The more you confront the things in your past you don’t want to do with, the more you’ll be able to move forward.

So, are you going to run from your fear, or face it?

On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about anxiety and PTSD with a man who has become an unofficial mental health advocate: Charlamagne the God.

New York Times Best-Selling Author Charlamagne Tha God is best known for being co-host of the nationally syndicated hip-hop iHeartRadio program The Breakfast Club. He is also a social media influencer; an executive producer with his own production company, CThaGod World; and co-host of the popular podcast Brilliant Idiots.

Charlamagne says that refining his life’s mission and examining his past helped him take control of his anxiety.

Don’t allow anxiety or depression to cause you to keep suffering. Learn about Charlamagne The God’s mental health struggles and what he did to restart his life on Episode 721.
Some Questions I Ask:

What are the tools you’ve learned in the last year to deal with anxiety? (12:55)

What was your first job? (17:57)

When was the moment that you realized you made it in radio? (20:17)

Why did you get fired from your radio jobs? (20:47)

How do you manage working with other big personalities? (37:45)

What’s the biggest lesson you’ve learned from doing radio? (38:52)

What’s your mission moving forward in using your platform? (42:48)

What’s your biggest fear? (51:38)
In This Episode You Will Learn:

Why Charlamagne decided to go to therapy (5:47)

Charlmagne’s experience in the prison system (16:49)

How Charlamagne’s radio career started (19:20)

How Breakfast Club changed Charlamagne’s life (35:55)

What made Charlamagne change his life mission (44:02)

How keeping a journal of the things that cause anxiety can help (48:15)

How to have healthy boundaries on social media (55:44)
Nov 19 2018
1 hour 15 mins

Rank #7: EP 691 Kobe Bryant: Mamba Mentality and The Mind of a Champion

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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
53 mins

Rank #8: EP 697 Rachel Hollis: How to Build Confidence, Believe in Yourself and Become Your Best Self

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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
1 hour 21 mins

Rank #9: EP 568 The Morning Habits of the Rich

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Lately so many people have been asking me about how to make more money.

In fact 3 of my top 6 episodes are about money. Another 3 of my top 10 episodes are about habits.

It got me thinking that there really is a correlation between money and the things that people do. I decided to address this for all of you and teach you what I’ve learned studying all of the wealthy people around me.

I’m also willing to share my personal habits that have contributed to my success.

So if you’re looking to find out about the habits that made people rich and kept them on top, don’t wait to download Episode 568.
Nov 25 2017
35 mins

Rank #10: EP 722 Mindset and Persuasion with Derren Brown

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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
1 hour 34 mins

Rank #11: EP 656 Understanding Human Psychology from the Masters

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“When people know their tendencies, they see themselves more clearly” - Gretchen Rubin

No matter what business you are in, psychology is something you shouldn’t overlook.

It’s not just something you should know in order to land the next client, or how to better build your team, but also to help you grow.
You need to understand yourself to know what obstacles you need to overcome. When you understand your own psychology, you open a whole new world of possibilities.

Getting to know your personality type means you’ll know what to adjust when you meet someone else. It also means you’ll know what to look out for when someone is trying to manipulate you.

In every way, knowing psychology can be important to help you achieve the greatness you want. That’s why I put together this new mashup with the bests: Scott Barry Kaufman, Chris Lee, Gretchen Rubin, John Danner and Chris Kuenne
In this episode of The School of Greatness, you’ll get a solid look as to various personality types that exist. You’ll also learn about the tendencies we all have and how to turn them into a strength.

Each of my guests also give real world examples on how you can use the information provided in this episode.

I hand picked the best of the best information from these episodes because I want to see you get out there, use this knowledge, and succeed.

Anyone listening to this episode will take away something that they didn’t know before -- I learned new things re-listening to these clips!

Get ready to better understand psychology, on Episode 656.
Some Questions I Ask:

What is IQ and is it effective? (6:48)

What are the 4 personality types? (10:46)

If I’m a controller, how would you speak my language to convince me to buy something? (14:40)

If you’re selling a car, how would you approach these personality types? (27:14)

What’s the main thing understanding your tendencies does for you? (30:27)

Are we born with these tendencies? (35:23)

Can someone be all of the personality types? (39:26)
In This Episode You Will Learn:

The multiple paths to greatness (5:02)

How testing in the school system can cause people to fall through the cracks (8:47)

What personality types a leader should have (10:26)

What a controller is (11:28)

The opposite personality of a controller (16:23)

Exactly what a promoter is (20:51)

How to spot an analyzer (24:26)

How you can understand yourself and others better (30:07)

The different types of tendencies (31:12)

How entrepreneurs build teams (35:48)

John and Chris’s 4 personality types (36:03)

Plus much, much more
Jun 20 2018
42 mins

Rank #12: EP 571 From Drug Addict to Whole30 Founder: Melissa Hartwig

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So many of us feel like we struggle with our weight. We search for diets and end up getting frustrated with them because the rules are hard to follow or they simply don’t work because there’s no 'one size fits all' solution.

A while back I discovered a great, easy to use program called Whole30. It explains, step by step, how you can find the diet program that works for you.

There’s a lot of people out there whose diet is making them sick. Maybe your friends can eat grains, but you can’t. Whole30 is designed to help you find exactly what YOU need.

This system is one that felt so good I took it way past the 30-day mark.

But the woman behind it is even more incredible.
Dec 02 2017
53 mins

Rank #13: EP 685 How to manage anxiety, burnout, and overwhelm

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“A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination, and hard work.”- Colin Powell

Have you ever felt that you didn’t have enough time in the day? I know I have.

To make our dreams a reality, it takes consistency over years. It doesn’t happen magically because we think about it.

But when that consistency piles up into anxiety, burnout and overwhelm - we have to manage it so that it doesn’t rob us from our joy and happiness.

I want to give you a solution to set yourself up so you don’t collapse from exhaustion.

Believe it or not, there’s a lot of little tricks you can to to really help that won’t side track your day. For example, make your bed in the mornings.

You spend about one third of your life in bed. Taking an extra couple of minute to make your bed will subconsciously show that you respect yourself.

It also gives your mind a moment to think of something else, like a forced meditation that can allow your mind a moment to reset let go of any other distractions in your life.

In this episode of The School Of Greatness, I talk about a number of key lessons I’ve learned over the years to manage anxiety, burnout and overwhelm.

It’s important to enjoy the ride and appreciate the challenge- otherwise, what is it all for?

Find out how you can be a more present, joyful and kind person on Episode 685.
In This Episode You Will Learn:

The four phases to manage anxiety, burnout, and overwhelm (8:32)

How to reconnect to your “why” (9:25)

Daily anchors to keep you grounded (12:05)

Ways to build momentum early in your day to set you up for success (13:39)

How to celebrate your wins and live in gratitude (22:14)

The importance of unplugging (23:37)

The key to ending your day in a way that will manage stress (26:01)
Aug 27 2018
33 mins

Rank #14: EP 730 Love, Intimacy, and Relationships

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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
1 hour 33 mins

Rank #15: Tony Robbins: The Icon

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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
52 mins

Rank #16: EP 772 How to Live a Long Life with Dr. Steven Gundry

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How many fad diets have you tried?

There’s a reason that they don’t work.

Health and diet are not one-size-fits-all. We all have a special set of genes that tell us what foods we need.

But it’s more than your genes.

Doctor’s will ask you if you have a history of a disease in your family. That’s because you not only share the same genetic make-up, you probably eat the same way.

It’s a combination of the two that will determine your health.

On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the secret to longevity with one of the world’s top health experts: Dr. Steven Grundy.
Mar 18 2019
1 hour 6 mins

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