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Hello! Welcome to the Synthesizer Skool. The goal of this skool is to help Educational Content Creators and Consultants reach Financial Freedom by mastering the META for the Great Online Game - Synthesizing. Start by checking out these links - Classroom - Roadmap - Mission - Resources - Impact, Income, Fun - University - Work with Andrew To kick things off, please comment below introducing yourself. Let us know: 1. Your name 2. What project you're currently focused on See you in the comments!

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Michael Ye
Andrew Kirby
Lucas Tchikhinachvili
Thomas Huege de Serville
Justin Geist
New comment 1d ago
  • 3 likes • Oct 15

    Hello everyone, I'm Gabriela. The project I am working on is to write my first book. Start Date: November 2022. As I am working full time in a software company, this project will take some months.

It's quite the work of art. Optimised towards Synthesizer Mastery: high impact, high income, and fun. Interested?

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Samuel Justus
Andrew Kirby
Griffin A. Hamilton
Momo Feichtinger
Tarik Tekeli
New comment 3d ago
  • 0 likes • Oct 2

    I am learning right now Obsidian. Is there a way to 'translate' this Notion setup in one for Obsidian?

Here's a fun exercise inspired by a conversation I had with @Andrew Kirby earlier today that will help you find more clarity in your business... comment your answer down below. Fill in the blank: I help ____ go from _____ to _____ thru _____. Guidance: I help <WHO> go from <OLD LIFE> to <DREAM LIFE> thru <METHOD>. Rules: no commas, and no use of the word "and". My example: I help vegans go from having zero online income to having a full time online income thru coaching memberships. Note: the <METHOD> is the least important part, since you'll likely have a variety of ways you help, but try to put something that encompasses everything you do into 1 word, like @Andrew Kirby has done with the word "synthesizing".

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Andrew Kirby
Gabriela Toderean
Gemma Sugrue
Shivam Jha
Christian Vandaos
New comment 6d ago
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    @Andrew Kirby To freeing oneself from the pressures of others' projections and expectations, family dysfunctionality, and unhealthy patterns, to find and follow one's own path and create healthy boundaries

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    @Andrew Kirby What about: I train women in the corporate world go from UNNOTICED to WELL-KNOWN through enhancing their personal charisma.

This is not a motivational message. This is a fact. Identify the causes that guarantee you achieving the effect you desire. Do this unemotionally. Do not get attached to certain causes. Remain neutral. Then relentlessly execute. If you do this, it is only a matter of time until you get what you want. Trust me. I believe in you. Even if you don’t believe in yourself. You’re more capable that you realise. Step up to the plate. It’s your time to perform. Do what needs to be done.

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Merin Ap Martin
Earnie Boyd
Andrew Kirby
Shivam Jha
New comment 7d ago
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    @Matej Pacan I totally agree. Also, I would say that you should at least start with an accountability partner, if not a mentor. In a group like this, you can easily find one (or better: both).

What do you guys think about spending your time and money getting a college degree? I see a lot of people reaching great heights of success without a college degree. Most popular personalities are @Andrew Kirby , Iman Gadzhi, Sebastian Ghiorghiu..I've almost watched all of their videos on YOUTUBE..and I'm kind of convinced that getting a degree doesn't really matter if you're planning to become an ENTREPRENEUR. I personally feel like starting your own business doesn't require a college degree..I hear this from famous personalities like Robert Kiyosaki , Grant Cardone. I've also read the book RICH DAD POOR DAD and listened to some of their podcasts. What do you guys think, let it be straight forward...please do let me know through your comments.

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Yelina Perez
Ragul M.d
Michael Berezny
Thomas Rümmele
Aman Lata
New comment 9d ago
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    You must find your own way - your personal calling. What others have done/successfully done is not necessarily relevant to you. Follow your intuition - you may find your success and people through college ... Statistics here will not help you make the right decision...

UPDATE: thanks for all these replies, I no longer have a problem with low energy, I honestly don't even know what helped me, maybe I started to be more strict with waking up and going to sleep, every day at the same time, and the morning walks, but I'm still open to hear, what helped you guys maximize your energy hey guys, so I need some help and thought this will be a great place to ask it, I have low energy, and I just don't understand why, because logically it feels like I do everything right: - I have 8-9 hours of sleep every day - I go to the gym 3x a week for one hour - I go cycling in nature for 30 minutes every day - I try to eat healthy (no seed oil, sugars, or processed food) - my room has a lot of windows, so I got sunlight in the morning - I don't use any electronics 1 hour before bed and have blue light blockers here is what my day looks like: I wake up at 7 am, sit down in front of my computer work till 12, then I eat my first meal, (so I intermittent fast 16:8) after it I go back and work. at 2 pm I go to the gym, at 3 pm I go cycling and after it, I usually do some work outside for an hour, then I'm in front of my computer till 9 pm, I turn it off and go to sleep at 10 pm I'm a noob when it comes to high performance and energy optimization, but if anyone has solved this problem, and has some expertise in this field, I would love to hear your advice these are my ideas on why I have low energy: - I spend too much time in front of my computer - I only eat 2 meals a day (btw I usually feel this tiredness afternoon) - maybe not enough water? - lack of supplements? - my diet is not good enough, thinking of changing to a carnivore fruit diet also, I don't drink coffee only some green tea sometimes and I meditate, journal, and read before bed, Idk if this helps

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Shubham Yadav
Connor Widmaier
Alan Paul
Aleks Fidurski
Saqib Rasool
New comment 16d ago
  • 1 like • Oct 13

    Exactly. You need to be hungry to achieve something. Find what truly motivates you... and you will have enough energy even with a lot less health lifestyle. Take it as just an idea ... This is what works for me...

So up until now, I've found paperback books to be the best. I tend to be pretty tactile and it's nice how quickly you can flip through something. But I have found one major flaw: ⚠️ Sometimes I just want to read a book I discover 𝗶𝗺𝗺𝗲𝗱𝗶𝗮𝘁𝗲𝗹𝘆 (to dive straight in) and Amazon does 𝗻𝗼𝘁 𝘆𝗲𝘁 (that I know of) 𝗱𝗲𝗹𝗶𝘃𝗲𝗿 𝗽𝗮𝗽𝗲𝗿𝗯𝗮𝗰𝗸 𝗯𝗼𝗼𝗸𝘀 𝗶𝗻 𝟯𝟬 𝗺𝗶𝗻𝘂𝘁𝗲𝘀 𝗼𝗿 𝗹𝗲𝘀𝘀. It just seems like a 𝗵𝘂𝗴𝗲 𝗮𝗱𝘃𝗮𝗻𝘁𝗮𝗴𝗲 𝘄𝗵𝗲𝗻 𝘁𝗿𝘆𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝘁𝗼 𝗯𝘂𝗶𝗹𝗱 𝘀𝗼𝗺𝗲𝘁𝗵𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝘄𝗼𝗿𝗹𝗱-𝗰𝗹𝗮𝘀𝘀, to be able to access (immediately) some of the most valuable recourses: 📖 Books. Now for this purpose, paperbacks 𝒇𝒆𝒆𝒍 easier. My experience thus far is that E-readers (like kindle, etc.) seem to make more sense for books being used as novels, or something practically read for pleasure rather than reference material (𝘸𝘩𝘪𝘤𝘩 𝘪𝘴 𝘰𝘧𝘵𝘦𝘯 𝘩𝘰𝘸 𝘐 𝘱𝘳𝘦𝘧𝘦𝘳 𝘵𝘰 𝘴𝘺𝘯𝘵𝘩𝘦𝘴𝘪𝘻𝘦 𝘣𝘰𝘰𝘬 𝘬𝘯𝘰𝘸𝘭𝘦𝘥𝘨𝘦) Of course we can capture information as taught in #Build an information capture system which theoretically makes it easier to come back to the same part again and again (albeit at the cost of screen real estate). So for any of you who have more experience with E-Readers: 1. Do you think E-Readers are worth it compared to paperback? 2. Any tips on how to use them (over paperback) for study & synthesis?

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Juan Carlos Recalde
Corey Bennett Boardman
Hussein Akil
Gabriela Toderean
Joao Oliveira
New comment 18d ago
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    I just read this: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2018/oct/10/growing-up-in-a-house-full-of-books-is-major-boost-to-literacy-and-numeracy-study-finds ... So when raising children, this is a 'method' you can count on...

Sometimes I forget people still think TikTok is for kids, dancing, etc. So just wanted to provide some info here to anyone considering whether it's right for them. It's been my main source of leads for over a year. Now that I've dialed in my content it's really producing. I create selfie-style videos, talking to the camera and I also repurpose from podcast appearances (which I record with my own equipment -- vertical DSLR) which my team then chops into clips. I have close to 40K followers and in just the last few days I booked nearly 50K in sales. All organic (and with mature business people). And a lot more in the pipeline near closing. It has also fueled my YouTube growth -- I'm about to hit my first 1000 subs which is pretty exciting. I've personally found that TikTok and YT are VERY complimentary. Here are links to both of my channels if you're interested in checking them out. https://www.tiktok.com/@stephengpope https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIg2taLnC9X6LRP1k3kukOA And feel free to let me know if you have any questions.

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Roman Pearl
Giulia Guerrieri
Gabriela Toderean
Owen Sheasby
Gavin Tai
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    This is awesome, and I like that in your videos you make things look so easy! And they are once you build the right INFRASTRUCTURE.

By @Fedor Shatukho's advice I decided to finally start trying to add value to the community. I'm here already for pretty long time but always feel that most of you are more advanced than me. That brought fear of making useless posts and I was pretty silent. Now it's time to punch fear in the face and press POST. I have a Russian-speaking YouTube channel about music production, recording and mixing called "Freimann Music". But despite having 7k subs at the moment on YouTube and 1500 people on my email list I don't have a steady flow of students and clients for my studio. Sometimes they come but it's not enough. All my YouTube work for 1.5 years gave me enough audience to launch my first course to finally monetize my audience better than just waiting for them to email me. Still I wasn't sure how to sell my course. I was really afraid to sell. Even though some people couldn't wait to buy a course from me! So after doing about 20 interviews to find out what my audience wants, I launched the course with a group of 17 people. The price was $600/$1000 per person. I sold on 1-on-1 free calls to find out people's struggles and desires. That was the strategy of my online business coach. And it worked really well. I didn't film any content for the course because of fear it wouldn't sell. Plus, all the coaches on the internet told not to film anything before launching too. It became one of the hardest grinds of my life... Writing a song, filming content with explanations, then editing it. I had days with 20 hours of work, going to sleep at 6AM, to be able to put the content out on time. Then I suffered from not enough energy to continue producing my song for the course... I got ill at one point and delayed everything for a week. A lot of problems, fears, mistakes... Enormous amounts of stress... But, September became the most profitable month of my life. I hired a full-time assistant who is editing my videos for the course. I paid almost every debt I had (yes, I had them too, and it was another reason to be stressed).

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Stefan Masnikovic
Corey Bennett Boardman
Griffin A. Hamilton
Christian Vandaos
Owen Sheasby
New comment 23d ago
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    @Vlad Freimann Firstly congrats on launching 👍, and thanks for sharing. The overwhelm and pressure can be resolved through future iterations of the same course - adapting and rewording/editing some parts and constantly adding depending on the needs of your audience. The first launch is sure to be stressful. The following ones less and less... Keep it as it is and improve it - until you can turn it into an evergreen, well organized and put together course. After several successive editions your training will be great and your confidence too. The experience and interactions will build your confidence. Small and continuous improvements will make a difference over time.

Eugene Schwartz, an epic synthesizer, once got paid $50,000,000 (FIFTY MILLION) to write a textbook on natural health. Imagine getting paid 50 MIL to write a book?! And in 1966, he wrote a book called “Breakthrough Advertising" which is now widely regarded as the 'holy grail' of copywriting books. So how did Eugene Schwartz (one of the highest paid synthesizers to ever live) become such a great writer? He did two things - a lot: He read and he wrote. When he read, he read things that interested him. And when he wrote, he wrote about things that interested him. But he did so with structure... He always wrote using something called the "The 33 Minute Rule." Here's how: Every morning Schwartz would chose ONE topic he wanted to work on that he knew would require a lot of focus and concentration. He then turned off all notifications & unplugged his phone. Anything that could distract him (like his dog) was in a separate room. He then set a timer for 33 minutes and 33 seconds. For those 33 minutes and 33 seconds, Schwartz only allowed himself to do two things: 1) Stare at the page. 2) Write on the page. NOTHING ELSE. He said, "I would often get so bored of staring at the page, that after a couple of minutes I would just write to overcome the boredom." "But once I began writing, I began flowing, and it was effortless." And once the timer went off, whether he was in flow state of not, Schwartz took a mandatory 5 minute break. During this forced break, Schwartz deliberately took his mind off writing completely by playing with his dog, making a cup of coffee, speaking with a friend, stretching, or using the men's room. After his 5 minute break, Schwartz would reset the timer for another 33 minutes and 33 seconds and return to either: Staring at the page Or Writing more. Schwartz said he would go on to repeat this 33minute/5min process until 4-5 hours had elapsed. The rest of his day he took off work and just lived his life how he wished. If you want to become one of the best, and highest paid synthesizers you know...

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Nivas K
Andrew Kirby
Ted Carr
Christian Vandaos
Alan Paul
New comment 23d ago
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    This is interesting. The Pomodoro method suggests using sections of 25 minutes, but according to Tesla's 369 theory, also called Tesla Code 369, using 33min33s may have something along those lines... who knows...

I would like to share my journaling scheme that I use for 4 years now. It helped me to go from using drugs to finishing college and starting my own company. Here is how it looks (I would like to hear your opinions about this): - Short brief of what happened from the moment I woke up till I fell asleep - What are the wins and good things I did today - What new things I learned today - What is stressing me out and causing me to worry (helps a lot) - What I want and what are my wishes - How do I feel (one-two sentences.) +Bonus part (keeping track of good and bad things) I got this from Atomic Habits. Here is an example : GOOD - book = nn pages - workout = 1-10 -meditation = nn minutes BAD -instagram = nn minutes -sugar = 1-10 -alcohol = 1-10. AND at the end of week, I do a weekly evaluation, I do an average of good and bad and compare it to previous weeks, to see if I'm progressing or slacking. This helped me overcome my addictions (drugs, x-videos, cigarettes) and I've become a better person with great discipline. WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK ABOUT THIS? Would you add something to it?

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Ragul M.d
Corey Bennett Boardman
Gabriela Toderean
Mahmudul Hasan Hridoy
New comment 24d ago
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    @Corey Bennett Boardman sounds good. Can you give some examples of such sentences? I am not quite sure how to capture the nuances of some moments in a sentence that does them justice.

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    @Corey Bennett Boardman Thanks so much - I love it and will certainly incorporate it into my journaling. (Seeing Starlink satellites in the sky, in Eastern Europe, by chance, a few months ago was quite an experience for me, too 🙂)

I think We should not live the life we want. Instead we should live the life we should live.

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Marvin Gramkow
Nivas K
Owen Sheasby
Ragul M.d
Yelina Perez
New comment 25d ago
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    Welcome @Mahmudul Hasan Hridoy ! I worked in my father's IT company for several years because I thought that's what I was supposed to do... but I did not enjoy it and I had a very small contribution. Only to find out that the "should" was just an idea in my head. Is it really a "should?" And if so, can you make it your decision?

#Creativity comes from what you consume Yes, definitively, I totally agree with this. What sparks in my case a lot of ideas and new connections between the things I learned or saw or experienced is SILENCE. When my meditation brings me true moments of silence and deep peace of mind then I can come with a lot of creativity, ideas, solutions, connections.

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Juan Carlos Recalde
Ragul M.d
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#15 Books Everyone Should Read Before They Die I would like to add these books on this list: Stephen R. Covey’s book, "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" as I found it to be extremely useful & practical. Plus all the books by M. J. DeMarco. There are 3 right now: "The Millionaire Fastlane", "Unscripted", "Wealth Exposed"

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Ragul M.d
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I want to share what I just discovered today - a highly competent/complex synthesizer - combining amazing ideas and knowledge with storytelling and incredible high quality, exceptional videos. The intersection between architecture and storytelling in her videos, and her unique perspective and talent to combine different topics (as movies and architecture in this video) is really fascinating. It has become my MODEL of A SYNTHESIZER. Here is a piece of her synthesizer ART: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8go_xBWa_EA Even if you are not interested in architecture (that is her profession and main angle of presentation) you simply can remain indifferent or ignore her videos. It has soo many elements that can catch your attention. It is simply incredible. Who is your model?

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Ragul M.d
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Changing who you Subscribe to is a very high leverage decision. It takes 2 minutes, and can benefit you for years to come. After all... You Become who you Consume. --- So, in order for us all to improve our information diet, let's share who we subscribe to on YouTube. Find out by clicking here. Or on the left side of YouTube on browser. Or at the bottom of YouTube mobile. Comment below. I'll go first.

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Andrew Kirby
Paul Masters
Christian Vandaos
Joao Oliveira
Ragul M.d
New comment 26d ago
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    @Christian Vandaos That is insane... 😵 A year has around 365 days...

#15 Books Everyone Should Read Before They Die While going through the top 15 list of books, I wonder which way do you usually consume? And why? For me, I consume the contents on my Kindle before sleeping. The reason? I find it light and could be more cost-effective over the long run. Nevertheless, I will still buy the paperback version if I like the books very much.

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Matt Usher
Jarrett Yew
Vead Leuva
Christian Vandaos
Hussein Akil
New comment 26d ago
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    I consume in 3 ways: all but Kindle + podcasts (there are for instance stories for kids) and YouTube (there are some full audiobooks on there). There are times and places where one fits more than the other. As a synthesizer, I have many ways to consume content - one is far too small and limiting.

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    @Jarrett Yew I like to read summaries before deciding to read the while book - thanks for James Clear's link. On https://www.sloww.co/book-summaries/ there are also some very well written summaries.

From the accountability call. https://youtu.be/0wNk25KEBpw

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Wiktor Romanowicz
Corey Bennett Boardman
Gabriela Toderean
Tarik Tekeli
New comment 27d ago

Example: I listen to an idea using Snipd or Liner, save it, then on Thursday I categorize and delete the useless stuff. Friday, sync to Notion and connect with Second Brain. And more. What do you do?

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Benedek Santa
Modern Eremite
Corey Bennett Boardman
Callum Rylance
Gabriela Toderean
New comment 27d ago
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    @Christian Vandaos Working on multiple videos/articles in parallel is also key for me. This way I can hardly get bogged down, and it's more fun, interesting and productive... but it can be different for different people.

Not many people know this, but I actually almost partnered with Alex Hormozi. You can hear my story (and the three things that Alex knows about money that you probably don't) here: https://youtu.be/jEnbQE2u9VM Or you can download a searchable database of every video, interview, TikTok, and tweet that Alex has put out by clicking here. I believe this database can change lives, and I hope you find value in it.

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Shivam Jha
Claudia Bernal
Mia Cardenas
Johny Rhys
Juan Pablo
New comment Oct 24

Hey! 🤠 Some of you know I've built a web page for my services and gave me some great advice about it. When I read this morning @Callum Rylance's comment asking me for some tips on how to build your personal page to help some synthesizers here, I decided to put in the work today and give you some free guide you could use for it. I want to say that I still have a lot to learn, but I've been searching ad studying many great resources these last few days, and I think this guide can be of great help (especially if you're a beginner on this) If you have any feedback or suggestion, please comment or DM me and I will improve the guide with it. Not much to say, hope it's useful! Here's the link: 🙌🏽🙌🏽 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rL6t7RROOANN8WRzNP05cxxfmxCmVG9JEcGtGeY_HhM/edit?usp=sharing

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Hannah Weaver
Lola Mure
Gabriela Toderean
Joao Oliveira
Callum Moore
New comment Oct 23

It's about time that I finally make an introduction to this community. Andrew, I really appreciate you putting together a community like this to build a network of like-minded people that really want to dial it in and get more out of life. Alright, so basically my thing is teaching self improvement. (Which is so funny because I see so many people my age popping up as the years go on, trying to do the same thing. But hey, if it’s valuable, other people will be going after it too.) For me, I’m just so interested in it, that teaching it has become a vehicle towards my own personal development and growth, for the best students are teachers. Some of my TOP people I look up to and aspire to be like are Leo Gura, Wayne Dyer, and Wes Watson. I want to make content that entertains and inspires. I remember when Prince EA released his video “EVERYBODY DIES, BUT NOT EVERYBODY LIVES” https://youtu.be/ja-n5qUNRi8 and the feeling I got was something that lit a fire in me that has been kindled over the years. One day, I want to have the privilege to create inspiring works like these. - I want to write monster books like Robert Greene. - I want to speak and inspire like Sean Stephenson. - I want to teach with a loving approach like Wayne Dyer. - I want to develop such mastery of understanding that I can articulate it like Leo Gura. - I want to exercise the highest integrity with my highest self like Wes Watson. By the time I’m 50, I want my life to expel the same energy as people like Malibu Legend Don Wildman, and Laird Hamilton: https://youtu.be/bMqSmj-X4ls <-- Super Awesome Video. My Life Purpose Is To Teach People How To Understand Themselves To Create A Peaceful Mind And A Passionate Life. The goal of my teachings is to focus one's mind to such a high point of clarity that they can silo their actions down to design the life they want. Where their life fits them like a glove. Similar to the idea of Naval where he talks about Building Judgement. Where the direction you’re heading in matters more than how fast you move. As “Picking the direction you’re heading in for every decision is far, far more important than how much force you apply.”

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Christian Vandaos
Jarrett Yew
Claudia Bernal
Joao Oliveira
New comment Oct 23
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    Nice to meet you, Christian. Inspiring presentation and a very well articulated path! I like your enthusiasm and passion. Congratulations on taking action with your book and videos.

#Write privately In private, you can write everything you want. No matter how outrageous or dramatic they could be, no one will judge you. This area will be your mental safe space so that you can gain clarity in life. You can write what happened in the past, how you feel and the outcome of the events. You can even write the lessons you've learnt privately before you decide if you want to share them to the public. You can deal your present effectively because of the details you've written by connecting the dots to the past. As much as we want to seek help from others, we usually have the answers to every problems just by writing them down. Meanwhile, the future is the course of actions you want to take to get there. It just boils down to a simple question of "What do you want in life?" "If you want to be healthy, go for workout and eat healthy." "If you want to earn online income, provide something that people are willing to pay you in exchange for your service." "If you want to have a family, find a partner." How to get there is based on how you define and manifest them as every hero's journey is unique. Once you've proofread and filtered the unnecessary, share them publicly. And learn to accept the criticisms in the public, so that you can write better stories the next time round, privately.

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Gabriela Toderean
Jarrett Yew
New comment Oct 22
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    Indeed, a safe space. Beautiful and true, as long as you can keep it in a safe space, where nobody can read it without your permission .

#Take notes I love Rocketbook for taking notes then uploading the pages to the cloud then erasing the ink of the Rocketbook pages. Call me old skool but I love hand writing.

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Bastian Grimm
Mark Ladson
Gabriela Toderean
New comment Oct 22
  • 2 likes • Oct 22

    Another old school person here - I love hand writing (ink). The fluidity there is so different and special .

so I started to create youtube shorts, and they are performing great, yesterday 1k views today 4k views... but as we all know the hook is the most important part when it comes to short-form content, here are my favorite ones: - Pov: ____ - Warning to (target market) - Unpopular opinion _____ - Dropped out of high school to pursue my dream of _____ - Why is nobody talking about ____? - The masculine urge to… - Maturing is realizing _____ - After 37 prototypes the (product name) is finally ready - My biggest regret is ___ - Here's something i wish i knew sooner - You need this if ___ - Before you scroll ___ - For my male/female audience - If you ___ listen up - Stop scrolling if you have ____ - 3 things everyone with ____ needs - If you struggle with ____ watch this - Best ____ alternative - I tried every ____ out there and here are the results… - ____ fans I need your help - I can't believe this ____ is only $__ - This is day 100 of ____ - If you're like me and ___ , then this ones for you - Customer wanted a refund because ___ - I finally found a way to quit ___ - 3 things that help my ___ - 5 things that cured my ___ - Here’s the best way to ___ - Before you buy ___ watch this. - Summer is coming you need this ___ - Just a friendly reminder… - No seriously you need this _ - If you struggle with _ watch this - [target audience] I need your opinion - I can’t believe I lived without _ - Y’all I need your help… - How to never be _ again - Extremely unpopular opinion _ - If you enjoy _ keep watching - [target market] stop scrolling.. - I finally got [the product] and omg.. - Just got my delivery from __ - Stop scrolling if you hate __ - If you're like me & do __ , then this ones for you... - Stop scrolling if you’re suffering from __ - 3 reasons you need a __ - WARNING! before you buy __ - Best __ alternative - Keep watching if you _ - If you hate _, you need a _ - If you want _, make sure to _ - Stop being an NPC and get a _ - I created a product for NPCs - I bet you have never seen the _

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Fedor Shatukho
Andrew Poli
Condredge Dole
Gabriela Toderean
Ruben Gallardo
New comment Oct 21
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    Congrats on your views! And very useful hooks. Thank you - I too saved them for later use. Some can be useful as well as emails titles ...

This whole time I thought this was a musical group where you learned how to play the synthesizer like from the stranger things sound track.😂

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Gabriela Toderean
Roman Pearl
New comment Oct 20

#15 Books Everyone Should Read Before They Die ' My favorite book is Reality Transurfing by Vadim Zeland. The benefit I got from it was an immense reduction of my overall anxiety in public, an increased "willingness" to do things I previously procrastinated on by following the "reduction of importance" concept, and a massive increase of the overall happiness in my life. Granted, one may label this under the woo-hoo "law of attraction" school of thought. However, Zeland overcomes this through his past experiences. Zeland used to be a physicist, a role that requires logical thinking, deep insight, and a intense encoding of information, rather than retrieval (1) (2). Simply put, this book isn't just about just "feeling positive," it takes this concept, and many others, and logically explains it in a way that makes sense, and actually works. Here's what got me into transurfing... but you should really just read the book though, the entire first chapter is on Amazon.

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Andrew Kirby
Mason Pomeroy
Gabriela Toderean
New comment Oct 19

#A reading list of reading lists I'd love to see some synthesizing of all this great content! I am working on my next stack with "The Millionaire Fastlane" - hoping to tackle a lot of these as future posts.

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Clarissa Zaruk
Gabriela Toderean
New comment Oct 19
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    You can find here a great synthesis of more than 30 great books, and it is expanding: https://www.sloww.co/book-recommendations-reading-list

#Specific Knowledge, Leverage and Accountability I am wondering if anyone has any recommendations for history books that are useful for learning from history? I want to learn more about the Peloponnesian War and Napoleon Bonaparte specifically, but really open to anything. My Recommendation: I have been reading the 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene and just started The Fourth Turning by William Strauss. The first is great at distilling historic stories into applicable principles to apply to your life for gaining influence over groups and individuals, as well as to defend yourself against manipulators. The latter creates a framework for understanding the process by which history repeats itself.

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Wiktor Romanowicz
Shuban Chatterjee
Allan Rousselle
Dante Ausonio
Gabriela Toderean
New comment Oct 19
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    You can find a curated selection of history books here - in his 250 list look for those in the History Category: https://www.sloww.co/book-recommendations-reading-list

I have always been fascinated by Maria Popova’s work. Often, her work is vast and extensive, proving difficult to synthesise all of her key points. Luckily, Kyle Kowalski from Sloww.co has created an amazing synthesis into 3 top lessons. Here is the article to find out more: https://www.sloww.co/brain-pickings-maria-popova/

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Corey Bennett Boardman
Alan Casey
Andrew Kirby
Gabriela Toderean
Lola Mure
New comment Oct 19
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    Kyle Kowalski himself is a great synthesizer. I love the way he expresses concepts and ideas with infographics.

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