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Today’s episode of Mindset Hackers we will talk about the quote “You are the average of the 5 people that you spend the most time with” by the great mindset mentor and personal development guru, Jim Rohn.
Jim Rohn is known as the godfather of personal development and was a mentor to Tony Robbins and so many other greats.
As much as I love and respect the legend Jim Rohn, I completely disagree, but not in a bad way. Jim was right that spending time around the right people, or the wrong people, can massively impact how your success follows.
The way I see it, you are actually the sum of EVERYONE that enters your sphere (your mindset, your environment), and this isn’t just people, but you are also the average of everything that you consume, such as the media, the music, the podcasts, the books, the shows, the news, the food and even your personal space.
You are so valuable and your sphere is so worthy of being protected from people who will...
Today on Mindset Hackers I bring you a real life Rocky story. This is a powerful interview with a former Professional Mixed Martial Artist and Business Owner, Shane Fichter.
Shane has an incredibly inspiring story of growing up with a meth addicted mother and lived homeless for a good portion of his childhood. He also suffered the loss of his father to suicide, but later was inspired by a hard working uncle.
Later in life, Shane started using painkillers which lead to an opioid addiction and then hardcore drug use.
The rock bottom was ending up in prison, then deciding he needed to make a change.
After getting clean and hitting the lowest of lows, Shane started training, then fighting in the cage.
Shane discusses his mindset, mental toughness, ownership, work ethic and more on this must hear episode of Mindset Hackers.
Imagine being only 1/4 of the way through on your first 100 mile ultra-marathon and you start to notice blisters forming on your feet.
The skin is starting to chafe, burn and rub away, every step starts to become more painful.
What do you do for the next 20+ hours and 75 miles?
It's going to get a lot worse, but will you quit and save it for another day?
Or will you tap into your mindset and mental toughness reserves to make it through?
I had the opportunity to interview ultra-runner Mark Robbins about his mindset and how he gets through events that can:
- Last 30 hours or more, through the night with no sleep.
- Elevation gains and losses that are equal to climbing/descending Mount Everest.
- Can be in brutal weather with rain, mud and slippery terrain.
We talk about mental toughness, perseverance, grit and more; and he gives 5 tips that he uses in the hardest conditions but can be applied in business, sales, in your personal life or in sports when things get REALLY...
To be unstoppable is a matter of attitude and mindset.
Join me as Simon Parsons shares how a morning routine can set you up with so much power so that you will be limitless.
He also reveals how to use his special sauce to boost your immune system to grab momentum to start your day.
He also discusses on how to discover your limiting beliefs and how to bust through them so that you can overcome them.
Don’t miss this episode!