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April 11, 2018 08:31 PM PDT

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Chapter 12 - When you’re a cleaner, you’d rather be feared than liked.

- A cooler will keep his opinions to himself, a closer will talk behind your back. A cleaner will say it to your face
- A cleaner wants to beat the competition when they're at their best.
- A cleaner moves silently under the surface, doing all the work without big noise and theatrics. But when the time comes, they'll unleash the power of a tsunami and dominate
- You don’t have to be loud to be the center of attention. Actions and results lead to complete control.
- A cleaner never has to gloat about how good he is. Talk is always free. Usually the loudest person in the room is still trying to convince themselves.
- Your intimidation tactic is to be a winner. Your actions and results are what intimidates others
- Respect isn’t just about physical dominance, but intellectually & mentally which comes from discipline & self control
- Talent isn’t enough. You need to develop the mental acuity to compete & dominate through the tough times
- You earn respect by excellence in everything - on & off the court. Everything you do is a reflection of you.
- Being exceptional makes you stand out, you need to embrace setting yourself apart from everybody else
- When you’re truly obsessed with winning, you’re not concerned with feelings, compassion or loyalty

Chapter 13 - When you’re a cleaner, you trust very few people.

- Coolers are afraid of the truth. Closers dig for the truth. Cleaners know when you’re lying and wait for the truth to show itself
- Be careful who you surround yourself with, are they there for your success or for you
- A cleaner never forgives or forgets
- It’s your responsibility to surround yourself with good people
- A cleaners job is to know what skills and weaknesses everybody on the team has and it’s their responsibility to put them in the best place
- You need to be surrounded by people who will tell you the truth. No ‘yes men’
- The truth is simple it requires no rational, explanation or excuse. The truth should be simple and direct.
- Be direct with rejection, a no, should be all you need. The minute you give an explanation, the other person will keep asking until you set them straight, or give in
- Make sure you know what you know, and know what you don’t know. When you ask for advice, don’t look for the answers you want to hear, look for the advice you don’t want to hear
- When a cooler speaks you have doubts, when a closer speaks you listen, when a cleaner speaks, you believe
- You can listen to others and just add it to the information set you make a decision on

Chapter 14 - When you’re a cleaner, you don’t recognize failure. You know there’s more than one way to get what you want

- A cooler accepts what he can't do and gives up. A closer recognizes what he can't do and keeps working at it. A cleaner knows what he can do and stays with it until he decides to do something else
- If you don’t succeed at everything you do at your first attempt, does that mean you’ve failed?
- A cleaner sees failure as an opportunity to manage and control a situation and create an opportunity.
- How many different pathways can you create to success?
- Failure is only a failure when you decide it to be. As long as you keep working on success, you haven’t failed
- Success and failure are both mental states. One person’s version of success could be another one’s version of failure. You need to define the parameters by which you define success, nobody else can tell that for you
- When someone else tells you you’ve failed, that’s really them telling you that if they were you, they would have felt like a failure and given up.
- Dealing with setbacks is how you achieve success, you learn, you reassess and execute until you become successful. Nobody starts at unstoppable, you have to work there through failure after failure
- Make the choice to turn failure into success, move to the next step in your evolution
- Failure means you’ve admitted defeat and you were never serious about success
- Quitting and relentless are antithetical. 'Try' is an open invitation to failure
- Sacrifice is the price of success. Failure is the bitter taste along the path of success. Did you stop because they told you or you wanted to?
- Success is doing what others can’t. Are you willing to sacrifice and persevere where others would quit

Chapter 15 - When you’re a cleaner you don’t celebrate your achievements because you always want more

- A cooler is always the first to arrive at a celebration and the last to leave. A closer will make an appearance and then go out with his own crew. A cleaner just wants to get back to work
- A cleaner is never satisfied with success, because there’s always another goal to reach for
- Victory isn’t final, it’s just the beginning, every success can always be improved upon
- Always believing in your ability and always asking more of yourself than anyone else could
- The drive to close the gap between near perfect and perfect is the difference between great and unstoppable
- You always believe you could have done better when you succeed.
- It’s lonely to never be satisfied. When you experience success, it won’t quite be what you imagined.
- One of the biggest challenges facing highly competitive people is burnout
- Every dream you imagine isn't a fantasy, that's your deep instinct telling you it can all be real. Follow those visions and desires. And believe what you know. Only you can turn those dreams into reality. Never stop until you do.

-Final piece of advice:
The greatest battles you will ever fight will be with yourself. Always demand more of yourself than others do, because you.must always be you toughest opponent. Be honest with yourself and you’ll be able to meet every challenge with confidence and the belief that you are prepared for anything. Life can be complicated the truth is not.

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March 25, 2018 05:10 PM PDT

Topics:

The Tony Robbins Podcast - Interview Dan Heath

- Meaningful moments: We assign our own meaning to moments and that frames the tone of the memory. We assign an emotion to a memory and that feeling is what we remember.
- We can reframe a moment, by changing the feeling attached with it.
- Defining moments that are both memorable and meaningful
- The four common elements that positive experiences share:
- Elevation - experience that rises above the everyday.
- Insight - abrupt realizations/transformations.
- Pride - moments we’re at our best,
- Connection - between individuals, or between groups
- We don’t remember the average of our experiences, we remember the highlights/lowlights and the ending.
- Find ways to break the script to create moments
- Purpose and passion are both important and people who embrace their purpose are more effective

MFCEO Project
Ryan Michler - Taking Ownership of your life

- Everyone is on their own "hero’s journey" - everyone’s fighting an internal battle.
- Discovering what internal battle you are facing
- Be honest with yourself, analyze yourself, find out what’s wrong, take ownership and take action.
- We can subconsciously become bitter as we age. Meaningless days reinforce the notion that you’re not living the life that you ultimately want to be living
- When we’re stuck in this rut you have to set time aside in your day to address the problem, or at the very least reflect and discover the problem.
- Pick 3 tactics that you can do every single day that will allow you to reach a 90 day goal

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March 21, 2018 08:42 PM PDT

Topics:

The Entreleadership Podcast

- The $20 bill anecdote illustrates how a lot of us see the world and our own lives. We can ignore opportunities, because if it were possible, it would be already be happening.
- The solution is to change your mindset, if you don’t like you current position in life, your purpose is to change that purpose.
- You advance in life by bettering yourself
- Your head is for having not ideas, not holding ideas.
- Seek first to understand, then be understood

The Bigger Pockets podcast - Ryan Holiday

- Not every situation will be good, but there will always be that sliver of good in the learning for next time
- ‘Memento mori’: always remember that you’re life will end
- Ask yourself if you would do it, if nobody knew you were doing it?
- Don’t ask for the recognition
- Do it for yourself and for nobody else

The Tim Ferris Show - Ray Dalio

- The main thing is to know what you don’t know and how to overcome that
- Instead of thinking you’re right, asking yourself how do you know you’re right
- Mistakes make you learn, successes keep you doing the same thing
- Discover the principles that guide you, because that's way you create systems in life.
- Know your weaknesses and figure out how to overcome them
- Set goals, when you come across mistakes, you’ll have to deal with them and you’ll learn.
- Need determination to continually learn from mistakes over and over - and you’ll become better and better, incrementally
- Ask if you deserve to have an opinion: How do I know I am right

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March 17, 2018 07:00 AM PDT

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Chapter 6 - A Trip to the Darkside

- A cooler tries to fight his dark side and loses
- A closer can’t control his dark side
- A cleaner harnesses his darkside into raw controlled power
- Your darkside is who you really are, where you drop all of your inhibitions and are just left with actions & results
- Everyone has a dark side, your secrets & desires. All the stuff you don’t want anybody to know about
- As kids, we were all taught to stop these desires and instincts, but to be relentless adults, we need to learn how to control this darkness
- It’s not about taking stupid risks
- The most important thing is that you are the one in control of your impulses, not vice versa.
- Both champions, CEO’s and crime bosses share the same relentless attitude to win at all costs.
- You do what you have to do, so that you can do what you want to do
- A cleaner’s darkside isn’t his weakness, it’s part of who he is. It’s about breaking the rules that you don’t agree with in order to get what you want, this spills out to all aspects of your life

Chapter 7 - The only pressure a cleaner feels is that he puts on himself

- A cooler bucklers under pressure
- A closer will be clutch in a pressure situation.
- A cleaner is always clutch
- There is no such thing as a ‘clutch gene’. It's simply preparation plus opportunity and results in a predatory instinct
- A true competitor always has pressure to thrive. Being relentless is about every minute.
- The reason people don’t want to make the shot in a game winning moment, isn’t that they’ll miss, it’s that they’ll have to keep making it in the future
- For a cleaner, relaxing is something weaker people do because they can’t handle the pressure
- Don't run away from stress, run towards it - you can't succeed without it. Your success depends on how you manage and handle stress
- A closer lets external pressure affect how he thinks and plans his strategy.
- A cleaner doesn’t respond to external pressure, by refusing to acknowledge.
- A cleaner doesn’t compete with others, because they put the most pressure on themselves
- Embrace pressure, because it is a challenge that will define you. It will show you just how much you’re capable of
- Use pressure to work hard, work through the discomfort - you’ll be stronger afterwards

Chapter 8 - Go get dirty

- In times of emergency, everyone looks for the cleaner.
- A cooler waits for the plan.
- A closer studies the plan and knows exactly what to do
- A cleaner, doesn’t need a plan, he already knows every possible outcome and action he needs to take to fix the situation
- Confidence means recognizing something isn't working and having humility to know it's not, as well as the knowledge and ability to change the plan to make it start working.
- Cockiness is not acknowledging anything is wrong
- A cooler doesn’t take risks. A closer only takes risks when he knows the consequences of failing are minimal
- A cleaner doesn’t feel risk, whatever happens he knows what to do
- Few people have the ability to adapt and overcome on the fly.
- You have to be willing to fail in order to build the confidence of trying and trying again. Just because you’ve trained to the Nth degree, won’t mean your instincts won’t always be right, but that doesn’t mean you should be too timid to snap into action.
- A cleaner feels no pressure when he makes a mistake and has no issue with admitting he’s wrong and shouldering the blame - extreme ownership
- A cooler will give a lot of excuses and no solutions
- A closer will find someone else to blame
- You can’t fix something, unless you first admit it and it’s a great first step in removing the pressure made from the mistake. Once you’ve admitted it, all you have to focus on is to fix it

Chapter 9 - When you’re a cleaner, you don’t compete with anyone, you find your opponent’s weakness and attack

- A cooler does a good job and waits for a pat on the back
- A closer pats himself on the back
- A cleaner just does a good job. Because that’s his job. There’s no such thing as a meaningless game
- Within a team, a cleaner will push everybody else to perform at a level higher, they never tone back the intensity.
- People don’t want to do this because once you show the world what you’re capable of, thats what they will want all the time. Most people prefer to stay in the shadows where the pressure isn’t on them 24/7
- It’s easy to get frustrated when your team doesn’t show up. But letting emotions take control results in you not performing at your peak.
- A cleaner puts his team where he wants them to be, whilst the other players wait to be told what to do
- It’s not just about skill & talent, it’s about leadership and organizing the team, and putting where their members are able to excel
- Look at what people CAN do, don’t focus on what they can’t do. By working with people’s strengths, you leverage everyone’s abilities and fill the gaps of everyone’s weaknesses as a combined unit
- A cleaner’s job is to take control and determine what has to happen to get the results
- A professional doesn’t let everybody else down because of personal issues
- Set the example for others and that’s how you make others rise to your level

Chapter 10 - When you’re a cleaner you make decisions not suggestions. You know the answer while everyone else is still asking questions

- Inner drive is just thought without action. Where are the actions and the results?
- Passions, are just feelings. Don’t follow your passions. Work at them
- Is the glass half full or empty? It doesn’t matter, either you like what’s in the glass or not and if you don’t like it. Change it
- Every minute you waste trying to figure out what to do. Somebody else is taking action and working.
- People don’t want to act, because it will mean they're responsible for the results.
- A cleaner makes the decision, because he doesn't want anybody else making it for him
- You can waste a lifetime overthinking and overanalyzing without achieving anything
- Are you listening to others or listening to yourself. Be careful who you take advice from
- Procrastination only gets you further into a rut, because you start spinning your wheels and more problems come up as you’re waiting to solve the first problem.
- Make a plan that you will actually stick to, and do it. Don’t overcommit if you know deep down you wont do it - exercise and diet extreme
- Don’t be afraid to jump in and take action - ask what’s the worst that could happen, you’re not jumping off a cliff.
- Don't be a jack of all trades, you can’t be great at everything. Great people get paid well for being experts in one thing.
- However lofty your goals are, you can only achieve true greatness at one thing at the cost of all others
- You have to be comfortable being uncomfortable. Because you have to know how to make the tough choices and live with it
- Develop a high tolerance for physical and mental pain. A cleaner craves the pain because it’s another challenge for them to overcome
- The best get better by being focused on the details
- No matter what you do in life, will you stop when the going gets tough - pain comes with disguises - mental, physical emotional. Will you stand by your decision and resolve to continue to becoming great?

Chapter 11 - When you’re a cleaner, you don’t have to love the work, but you’re addicted to the results

- A cooler asks you to pay him less
- A closer asks how much and decides if he’ll do the work
- A cleaner doesn’t care about the money. He’ll do the work so well he knows you’ll appreciate him
- The work needed to get to the top is different to the work needed to stay at the top
- It’s easy to improve on mediocrity, it’s hard to improve on excellence.
- There are no shortcuts or luck.
- You can’t be relentless if you’re willing to gamble everything on the unknown.
- There are only situations, actions and outcomes
- It doesn’t matter what you get handed, it matters what you do with what you got dealt
- You can’t understand what it means to be relentless, until you’ve struggled to attain something just out of your reach.
- If you start at the top, you don’t understand what it takes to get there. Most people look for the elevator and never look for stairs to the top. -
- Be the person that started at the bottom and did all the work nobody else wanted to do, understands what true work is and does whatever it takes to get to the top.
- Don’t work on being flashy. Work on being consistent.
- Cleaners don’t care about instant gratification, they invest in the long term payoff.
- Think about two lists: 1- what you have to sacrifice, 2- what you’re willing to sacrifice to get what you want. These two lists must match up.
- Hard work isn’t a skill - anybody can do it. It’s your willingness to do it;
- Three steps - show up, work hard and listen.
- Anyone can start something. Few can finish
- With anything you do, there will always be distractions. What are you willing to sacrifice
All the outside stuff is a result from the hard work done on the inside
- When you’re going through a world of pain in your outside world. You continue to work hard and be professional. You never hide. Face adversity head on.
- There’s no offseason when you’re dedicated to being a winner
- There is no privilege greater than the pressure to excel

Tune in next week for the final installment in this three part series!

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February 20, 2018 08:29 PM PST

Topics:

Entreleadership - Patrick Lencioni

- Look for 3 things in new hires: Humble, Hungry and Smart

Order of man
"A smart man learns from his mistakes, a wise man learns from the mistakes of others"

The art of charm - Admiral William H McRaven

- Take things one step at a time, looking too far down can overwhelm you and be discouraging. -
- There’s a balance, so set aspirational goals and set in steps to achieve it
- Take on the hard and tough jobs that nobody wants: you'll earn a reputation of being the one that can get anything done and you'll also learn a lot
- Servant leadership - your job as a leader is to serve the team and make them the best team they can be
- The mission and the team come before the individual
- Are all your actions: Moral, legal and ethical?

Art of charm - Robin Dreeke

- Trust underpins everything in society - people that can inspire trust are great leaders
- It’s easy to lead others when you put their needs first
- The dichotomy of leadership you still need to know what your goals are
- Don’t expect reciprocity and don’t keep a score card
- By knowing your goals and their goals, you’ll come to mutually beneficial strategies
- When you expect reciprocity, you can become disappointed when the other party doesn’t give back in your ‘covert contract’ with them it will also blind you to future possibilities of help and good relationships

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January 29, 2018 07:30 PM PST

Topics:

Relentless outlines the principles that Grover used to coach and bring about not only #1 champions in the sport, but legends.

Chapter 1

- A cleaner doesn’t celebrate a championship win. A cleaner will put in more work once he has won, because he knows that winning is just the start.
- Being unstoppable means, you place no limits on yourself.
- You already know what you have to do get to the top. Almost everybody knows how to achieve a goal. Very few take action
- You do whatever it takes to get what you want, you have an insatiable desire to always achieve more
- Everything you need to be great, is already inside you. It’s just waiting for you to let go
- Five simple steps: Decide, Commit, Act, Succeed & Repeat
- Success isn't the same as talent, there are countless people out there that are talented and unsuccessful
- Truly relentless people have a dark side. Everybody has a dark side and if you harness it properly, it will drive you.

Chapter 2

- When a championship is on the line and you’re a cleaner, you don’t let anybody else lessen the load and you don’t hope for the best. You put yourself where you need to be and make every possible move, doing whatever it takes for victory.
- If you want to be great, you deliver what’s expected. If you want to be a legend you deliver the unthinkable
- It's not about talent, brains or resources. It’s about doing whatever it takes to get the results
- A cleaner’s attitude is summed up in 3 words: I own this
- They don’t just perform a job, they re-invent it, going the extra mile that nobody thought existed
- Wins are just stepping stones to the next win.
- They are called cleaners because they take responsibility for everything. When things don’t go right, they don't blame others.
- They break the rules when necessary, they are are calm and cool, collected. They get the job done. Not overly emotional.
- Cleaners only sees situations and solutions
- Failure is never an option, he won’t stop till he succeeds no matter how long it takes. They’ll die trying
- Cleaners have a dark side, that gets them to where they want. It’s a lonely place that allows them to sacrifice and endure to get to the top.
- The cleaner is addicted to the rush of success. He will alter his whole life to get it, and it will never be enough.
- It’s all about the sacrifices they make to get the end result, because the result is all that matters
- It’s important to know that it’s impossible to be a cleaner at everything, It’s the opportunity cost of life. If you’re a cleaner at one thing, you’ll give up anything else.
- Success doesn’t have a definition, because the bar keeps getting raised over the last one
- Coolers will have an amazing game, closers will have an amazing season. Cleaners will have an amazing life

The 13 traits of a cleaner:
- Push yourself harder when everyone else has had enough
- You get into the zone, shut everything else out and control the uncontrollable
- Know exactly who you are
- Have a dark side that refused to be taught to be good
- Not intimidated by pressure, you thrive on it
- In an emergency, people look for you
- You don’t compete with anyone, you find your opponent’s weakness and attack
- You make decisions, not suggestions. You know the answer while everyone else is still asking questions
- You don’t love the work, you’re addicted to the results
- You’d rather be feared than liked
- You trust very few people
- You don’t recognize failure, there’s more than one way to get what you want
- You don’t celebrate your achievements because you always want more

Chapter 3

- Trust the voice inside and know you can truly achieve what you believe you can
- Those who talk don’t know and those who know, don’t talk
- You can't train the body for excellence, until you get the mind trained. You’ll never become relentless until your mind is relentless
- Commitment, persistence & heart are immeasurable but are the true drivers of greatness
- Push past the apathy of laziness and fear today, because otherwise, this will build up day after day and you won’t believe in yourself. Do the work
- Crave the results so intensely that the work is irrelevant
- You have to be able to finish stronger than you started, this is where the mental toughness kicks in, because the mind will quit first.
- There are no secrets or shortcuts to success. It’s simple: figure out where you are, determine where you want to go, create the list of actions needed to get there and finally - do the work. It’s simple, yet not many people do the hard work.
- Life is uncomfortable, you can either be uncomfortable because of hard work, rather than from being lazy

Chapter 4

- A cooler will get pumped up by the team, the closer will pump up the team, the cleaner will stay quiet, dark, alone before the game and let it out on the field
- When in the zone, the only emotion that exists is a quiet cool anger that simmers. Never openly enraged. Like the quiet storm, leave the drama and chaos to others.
- The zone comes from a place of darkness, a place that lights up your inner cold anger.
- Thinking kicks you out of the zone, you can only be doing when you’re in the zone. It’s you alone doing what you do.
- Emotions make you weak. It’s a fast way to get out of the zone. Fear puts up walls to protect yourself and you can’t go forward because of the mental barrier. Rage makes you lash out and you become irrational and impulse. Jealousy shifts your attention to something other than what you’re supposed to be doing
- Controlled anger is the only emotion that’s helpful: you can restrain it and turn it into energy. It’s never allowed to become destructive or out of control. It’s a fine line before you become emotional and lose focus
- You have to practice the same way you would perform in a game situation, this creates consistency in your body and mind.

Chapter 5

- A cooler thinks about what he’s supposed to
- A closer thinks, analyze & acts
- A cleaner doesn’t think - he just knows
- We’re all born relentless, and then taught to relent
- If you’re good or great at what you do? Can you be the best?
- We all have self doubts and turned something simple into something complex.
- Believe in yourself and become relentless in becoming the best
- Taming people teaches them to be lesser than they could be
- This chapter is about trusting your innate instincts about a situation, assuming that you have built up enough knowledge and skill in training to be able to rely on it.
- You’re an expert, both intellectually and physically. And after this point, you can trust your instincts, because you have developed this instinct.
- You have to train and learn over and over until they become instinct and your body & mind knows what to do reflexively. The actions are automatic
- A cleaner acts in the moment, what separates them from the closer/cooler is that they react. You have to trust your instincts and not rely on your opponent to set the tone of the game.
- Instinct & talent without technique makes you reckless
- It’s a continual process of learning and improving upon what you’ve already learned
- Lots of people start things, but very few finish them, this is because they lose trust in their belief that they can finish the task at hand.

Tune in for parts 2 and 3 in the following weeks!

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January 18, 2018 09:36 PM PST

Today's Topics:

MFCEO Project
Tim Grover - Insanity, Intensity & Becoming a peak performer

- When you’re trying to achieve something out of the ordinary, your circle of relationships will try and change you because the gap between you’re levels of life will increase, instead of changing themselves, they will want to change you.
- You can determine how successful somebody will be by their work ethic.
- Everything is always your responsibility no matter how high up you get.
- When things aren’t going well you need to have the same high standard that should carry over to good times too - consistency
- Everybody always looks for the best time to tell the truth, the best time is all the time
- 3 types of people: Coolers, Closers & Cleaners
- You can change your type by doing the things that the type does.
- Extreme ownership of your current role and mastery
The little things you do all the time will cultivate the mindset that translates over to bigger and more important things
- The details matter, no matter how small
- Routines are important, a lot of high performance athletes have routines
- Always evolve to get better. You’re never stagnant
- Channel your dark side, use your own personal baggage as fuel to become a better person

The Tony Robbins Podcast
James Altucher - In pursuit of your why

- You have to find a motive that matters more than yourself
- To find your why and your passion, surround yourself with passionate people.
- Feed your mind and strengthen your body to extinguish fears
- Success leaves clues
- Reasons come first, answers come second
- Your outcome will determine your actions.
- The most important decision in life is to decide to live in a beautiful state each and every day - it’s a habit

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January 14, 2018 03:54 PM PST

Topics:

The 9 Masks of Masculinity

1. The Stoic mask - invulnerable and tough, emotionless
2. The Athlete mask - the clearest way to be an alpha is on the sports field
3. The Material mask - the amount of money in his bank account and his net worth shows his worth
4. The Sexual mask - his worth is defined by the number of women he’s slept with.
5. The Aggressive mask - violent and tough by nature.
6. The Joker mask - a sense of humor that can repel any critique
7. The Invincible mask - a man doesn’t fear anything he doesn't have time to think about consequences, they’re too busy taking action
8. The Know It All mask - a man is intellectually dominant, knows all about everything. Doesn’t need anybody to help him
9. The Alpha mask - they are only 2 types of men, alpha and betas. Winners and losers. Must win everything.

1 - The Stoic Mask:
- Warrior mindset, staying cool under pressure and not ever being seen as afraid, even if you are. Never let them see you sweat, especially as a leader.
- Being strong during times of crisis or tough events is good, it allows you to get through the crisis, the problem becomes when this tough facade becomes part of who you are all the time.
- Modern day men are less social than they used to be, but it is this social connection of yesteryear that allowed men to bond whilst doing another activity
- Encouragement from a partner in a good relationship will scientifically help us achieve goals. However, a lot of men lack the EQ in order to be open and vulnerable to partners and other men
- Traditional masculinity makes it hard for men to connect with other men, meaning that men rely more on their spouse for emotional support
- The less a person understands their feelings, the more they will fall prey to them and act inappropriately with them
- Practical steps: Start journaling, reflecting and sharing

2 - The Athlete Mask
- As a society, we associate masculinity with physical prowess.
- You have to be more than just an athlete, there are countless pro athletes that have terrible personal lives, and there are other athletes who use their fame to do good in society
- Athletes learn to put up with pain and play through it. The crowds revere and celebrate athletes who play through injuries and pain
- A lot of men watch soap operas that are disguised as professional sport leagues - allowing men to identify and live vicariously through pro teams and also allow their emotions to come through, the only time they are able to bond with other men and
- The gym is a way to control an out of control life, a way to make up for being made to feel inferior to others
- The key to happiness and success in a team, is to serve a bigger purpose - by being part of a team sacrificing personal achievements for the greater good lead to fulfillment. However, once the team is no longer around, men become lost
- People won’t remember you for your athletic accomplishments, but remember you for what you did for them
- What are you avoiding/neglecting by being too obsessed?

3 - The Material Mask
- Historically, the man’s worth is his ability to provide for the family
- There is a sense of shame by not being able to provide financially for their loved ones
- Material wealth, doesn’t mean your ideas & opinions are true. It doesn’t validate your opinion or add to your credibility
- Nothing wrong with wanting nice things, but it won’t solve your deep rooted problems
- Don’t be a man of material success, but be a man of value.
- Are you spending your money to show off to others, or to make yourself happy?
- When wearing this mask, realize that more will never be enough, because you have a results based, self worth attitude, So when you are successful at a goal, you are a successful person, but when you fail, you are a failure. You have to detach your self worth from your results.

4 - The Sexual Mask
- It’s not about intimacy, it’s about arithmetic
- Trying to please your own ego
- It’s a posturing that starts when men are boys, where manliness comes from the amount of women you can use. It’s about validating yourself
- Boys simplify sex into a binary outcome, either you did or didn’t and not about any emotional or intimacy issues
- One of the most powerful mask we wear, as many men can’t speak openly and honestly, without being jovial or crude.
- The huge non sense of double standards, what’s cool for single men, isn’t for women
- When the mask drops, and you become vulnerable and put the other person first. The woman isn’t there to serve you
- You can’t compartmentalize your life, don’t remove the emotions from the sex.
- When you become more connected to your vision for life, the less you will rely on wearing this mask

5 - The Aggressive Mask
- The pain you inflict on others, will never reduce the pain you feel on yourself
- Unaddressed anger is what keeps the aggressive mask in place. There are unresolved issues that project outwards to others via violence.
- Young boys are soaked in anger, it's the only emotion allowed to be publicly expressed. Anger and aggression become their only emotional tool
- Women are more emotionally educated than men and are not only capable of, but socially accepted to express complex emotions. Men are the opposite and have less tools at their disposal. There’s an assumption that boys will be boys and that testosterone will automatically cause aggression
- No scientific evidence to show testosterone is linked to aggression.
- If you wear this mask, channel your aggression outwardly in a safe controlled environment, a gym, a room in the house, punching a pillow. Engage in weekly cathartic shouting to let it out. At a fundamental level, you need to reflect on the pain causing your aggression

Tune in next episode for part 2!

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December 27, 2017 05:34 PM PST

Topics:

Art of Manliness
Sean Young - Stick With It

- It’s not about pure discipline, it's about tweaking little things and changing the process.
- Motivation is only temporary, because external effects don’t last
- Education is not enough. Knowledge is only potential power. Just because you know you should do something doesn’t mean you will do it
- S.C.I.E.N.C.E. framework:
Step Ladder
Community
Important
Environment
Neural Hacks
Captivating
Engraining
- ABC behaviours: Automatic, Burning & Common
- Steps (less than 1 week) - Goals (1-2 months) - Dreams (loftier)

Tim Ferris Podcast
When to decide when to quit and when to persevere?
Scott Belsky, Seth Godin, James Altiture, Debbie Millman, Chase Jarvis.

- Are the difficulties questioning your core assumptions or just getting you down a bit?
- Knowing all you know now, would you pursue this project again?
- The Dip is the part of the process where it gets super hard before it gets to the final product
- Understand that you are very rarely the first person in history to go through this process. Put your resources into similar projects where people have gone through the dip
- Do you have more assets than you had a week or a year ago, are you getting returns?
- Determine metrics in advance and benchmarks. Don’t quit through the lulls, as long as you’re making small progress every day and hitting those metrics
- What are you more afraid of, heartbreak or rejection, resentment or rejection, regret or rejection?
- Connect your dream to a mission, so that it becomes larger than you, and it’ll allow you to persist in spite of the obstacles
- Do I still believe in what I'm doing, do I care about it?
- Is it still working?

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December 21, 2017 06:18 AM PST

Topics:

BiggerPockets
Eric Barker

- Success isn’t one size fits all
- Intensifiers - qualities that are generally thought of as negative, but you can leverage to your advantage
- Think of success as the alignment between your unique abilities and the environment that rewards them
- The 3 P's: Personal, Pervasive & Permanent
- Think in terms of small incremental improvements. Consistency is better than length of action over the long run.
- It’s better to set up systems, rather than setting up goals.
- Successful people had 4 metrics:
Enjoying life, giving back, doing things important to those around them and they were achieving a goal
- Can’t be overly focused on happiness - our expectations are not meant constantly over time
- Ignoring negative emotions, might hide the ability for your to solve a problem.
- All of our emotions are data points, and emotional agility is our ability to step back and analyze these emotions in order to truly evaluate how we are going in life

Art of Manliness
Dan John

- Little things, done frequently over the life is how to accomplish greatness
- Shark habits: Respond instantly to problems and bite them (handle them) one bite at a time
- Pirate maps: Directions and principles you follow over a lifetime
- Programs: Short term fixes are not sustainable over the long run
- Performance Principles: set standards and address whether they worked or not
- Success in different aspects of life come bit by bit, little and often over the long haul.

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