If you’ve listened to the podcast for a while, you’ve probably heard me say that it’s not what you learn that really matters – it’s what you live that ultimately impacts your life.
Why? It’s simple: if you don’t apply what you’ve learned, it doesn’t do you much good.
However, the irony is that how you live begins with what you learn. We can only live a better life to the degree that we learn what exactly that looks like, and what it takes to live it.
Few people know this better than Jonathan Levi, author of the new book, The Only Skill That Matters, which explores the reasons and methods surrounding learning and memory – and will teach you how to learn anything three times faster.
Alex Banayan is the only nationally bestselling business author under the age of 30 in America. His book, The Third Door: The Wild Quest to Uncover How The World’s Most Successful People Launched Their Careers, documents his unprecedented seven-year journey to interview the most innovative leaders of the past half-century, including Bill Gates, Maya Angelou, Lady Gaga, Larry King, Steve Wozniak, Jane Goodall, Jessica Alba, Quincy Jones, and many more. He also funded this journey by hacking The Price is Right, where he won and sold a sailboat to finance his dream.
He’s been named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, Insider’s Most Powerful People Under 30, and appeared across countless media outlets. He’s also an acclaimed keynote speaker, having presented The Third Door framework to Apple, Salesforce, and countless others.
Dr. Shannon Irvine has a Ph.D in neuropsychology, is an entrepreneur, high achievement mentor, host of The Epic Success Podcast, and a philanthropist.
In today’s episode, she teaches us how to neuro-hack our success and build epic lives and businesses we love – by harnessing our brain power to hardwire productivity, goal attainment, and mindset mastery.
I’ve got some sad news, which you may have already heard. One of the most inspirational people I’ve ever met, Sean Stephenson – known around the world as the “3 Foot Giant” – passed away last week, after a wheelchair accident.
Sean dedicated his life to helping people, and I was blessed to know him as a friend and mentor. Today it is my privilege to share some of his inspiration with you by giving you an opportunity to listen to the last interview that he and I did together.
So, what is the purpose of life? Today, I want to help you answer that question by asking you to consider a couple of others:
What if the purpose of life isn’t about achieving or attaining anything? What if you already have the most important thing you’ve been searching for?
I want to help you to discover the true purpose of your life and realize that you may already have what you’ve been searching for, for your entire life.