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.
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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A few months ago something clicked in my head, and I understood the severity of the 'disjointed knowledge problem'. I recall painful years of grind and struggle, trying to avoid the shitty life I was on the trajectory towards. Yet no matter how hard I tried, I made no progress. It felt like something was stopping me. I now see that the thing stopping me wasn't external. It was internal. I didn't have the knowledge needed to understand which causes would lead to the effect I so desired. That caused me to waste a lot of time making no progress. And I can see clear pivot points in my life after consuming certain pieces of content. There's an obvious before/after, once someone had imparted their knowledge onto me. So why is there not a better, more efficient way to provide life-changing knowledge to the right people at the right time!? The internet has provided us the technology needed for this to happen. If someone knows the solution to a problem that I have, and the internet has provided the tech needed for that solution to be shared, WHY do I not know about it? Why are there billions of people suffering from problems that have simple solutions? I tried playing my part to solve this by creating my own YouTube channel. If it took me 10 months to learn a lesson, and I could share that with people in 10 minutes, what more value can I bring to this earth? But I soon realised that I was not enough. I don't know everything. In fact, I possess an infinitesimally small amount of the world's knowledge. That's why I created Synthesizer Skool. And I'm incredibly excited to announce we've just hit 1,000 members. Together, we have an absurd amount of power. And if we leverage that power in the right directions, I really believe we can make some magic. This might sound too hypey, but The Synthesizer Revolution is here! EDIT: We've now hit 2,000 members! Read my post about it here: https://www.skool.com/synthesizers/impact-income-fun
There is a passion, addiction, obsession, call it what you like for personal development, self-growth; a dedication to be the best version of yourself. The internet is inundated with self-help websites. It is rewarding to come across a 'Help Others" website; that has no other agenda but to be there for each other. You're making a difference @Andrew Kirby
No such word as Failed. Never heard of it. It's been changed to Lesson Learnt. What did you learn from Day 9? Something that when you start Day 1 again tomorrow you can put into practice? Write it down. You learn more from a setback than a 'success' My 9 year old was shooting hoops. Had to get 50 in a row. Got to 38 and missed. I said, "Cool great effort. Lets get some water" He said, "Nah" Started shooting again. Said, 'Dad you taught me to never, ever, ever give up."
What you learn from others only means something when you repeatedly put into action yourself so you recondition your subsconscious mind and it becomes automatic; your default thought process. Knowledge isn't Power. Putting Knowledge into appropriate action is Power.
You guys loved the last season of free mastermind calls, so we're bringing them back. These calls are a place for Synthesizers of all skill levels to come together and make magic happen. They're great for accountability, connecting with other Synthesizers, and brainstorming how to grow. - You can find call times in the Calendar. - @Wiktor Romanowicz will be hosting again. I will not be present. This is a place for you guys to meet, not for me to get involved. - Only available for members Level 3 or above. To give us a rough indication of interest, please comment "Attending" if you're planning on coming to one of these calls.
https://youtu.be/qdXFeyzq7HE I watched this video from dan koe which I found insightful I taught i just share here He talked about emptying your mind So he said there is a default mode network in the brain ( DMN ) this is the part of the brain that activates as soon as people stop concentrating on external tasks and shift from outward focus to inward focus Emptying your mind means letting the default mode network take over and this happens when you’re meditating at the gym or journaling when you let the DMN takeover that’s when you have insights or a discovery or you remember something and your subconscious mind brings a solution to your conscious mind So i found this really interesting because for the past 28 days I’ve been journaling everyday and I experienced what dan koe was saying on multiple occasions Because anytime I find myself worrying about a problem I need solutions to,I don’t quit get the solution right away But during journaling i just find myself figuring out a solutions to the roadblock I’m encountering it’s kind of like my brain just came up with the solution to the problem
The key to journaling is that you can't write as fast as you can think, so you have to slow your mind down to write; therefore, you get mental clarity and the process for the solution, and sometimes even the solution becomes more apparent. Thanks for sharing @Samuel Justus
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- When you are committed, you find a way. When you are interested, you find an excuse. - When you are committed, you do whatever it takes. When you are interested, you do what is convenient. - When you are committed, you do it consistently. When you are interested, you do it occasionally. - When you are committed, you take accountability. When you are interested, you cast blame. - A committed leader feels the truth helps. An interested leader feels the truth hurts. - A committed leader appreciates what they need to hear. An interested leader appreciates only what they want to hear.
Hello everyone, I posted this video 3 weeks ago and it received some backlash (mainly from the philosophy subreddit). I made the claim the David Goggins is the greatest philosopher of our time. I was so captivated by his story and saw that he was much more than a motivational speaker or athlete. The people who sent the backlash didn't even consider David to be a philosopher, let alone the greatest. They even removed my post from the subreddit because of how much they hated it. My reply to them was that yes, he is definitely not a philosopher in the modern sense: an intellectual who contributes to one or more branches of philosophy, but definitely in the classic definition: A lover of wisdom or a person who chases truth relentlessly. He reaches beyond the point of suffering and gains some crazy wisdom from it. After a while however, I started to see their point. Yes, David can be called a philosopher in the classic sense, but I was comparing him to philosophers in the modern sense (Nietzsche, Marcus Aurelius, Seneca). I also didn't really have any solid metrics to back up my claim, which makes it kind of a woo-woo claim. From this experience, I learned that: 1. I should thoroughly do my research and play devils advocate before releasing anything to the public, especially when I make such a grand claim. 2. I should make the uncertainties clear in the video and explain them more. 3. I should avoid any woo-woo type of claims/thinking especially when it comes to philosophy or science. Not just for my reputation, but for my own sake as well. I now consider this a rookie mistake and will learn from it. I want to know what you guys think! Welcoming any feedback/constructive criticism.
Rejection is inevitable if you intend to do anything original At day's end, everything said is just an opinion, what you wrote, what they said and what I've just written. You are not responsible or can control how others think and feel, so just have fun doing what you enjoy. As Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington, said, "Publish and be damned!"
In the time of the internet and life throwing many many curve balls, It feels like most things feel impossible to achieve, That is where I am at. would love to hear any thoughts on it or if anyone here has overcome the distraction era and got things done! thanks 3000 Evan 😊
@Evan Del Bigio The question I ask myself at the beginning of every day is, "How much do you want it?" I know what my ultimate goal is, and not only do I want to achieve that but also enjoy the process, the journey to get there. Why did the likes of Steph Curry, LeBron James. Ronaldo, David Goggins, Michael Phelps etc succeed? “The one thing that’s common to all successful people: They make a habit of doing things that unsuccessful people don’t like to do.” — Michael Phelps Visualize yourself in 3 years time, as the person you want to be, looking at yourself and what you are doing right now. Is it what you should be doing?
This is a great platform to make a commitment. Thanks for providing it. So on to my next promise. By the end of Friday 19th August I will publish "Listening Is An Underrated Skill" or a similar title on Medium.com. Love the challenge 😉