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The Secret Habits of the Ultra Successful with Dean Graziosi on Impact Theory

Real estate entrepreneur and philanthropist Dean Graziosi embodied the
“mind over matter” practice to extraordinary levels.
By taking control
of and transforming his mindset he was able to stop being defined by a
past of family struggles and failing businesses, and start writing the
story he wanted to live. The author of Millionaire Success Habits
explains why getting out of your own way is the key to success on this
episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu.

Dean shares how seeing his parents struggle motivated him.
Dean and Tom discuss how to find the things you’re good at and discover your version of success.
Dean touches on developing self-awareness to change your story.

Dean talks about bouncing back from his business failing a 2nd time.
Dean explains the role confidence plays in success.
Dean breaks down some of the common myths about money.
Dean reveals the impact he wants to have on the world.

“If you're running away from pain and that's your driver, great, use it.
Actually, feel the pain more. Don't ignore it and live a life of status
quo or even a life of struggle because of that. In fact, let the pain
sink in and let it be your driver and then once you get past those, then
other things kick in that could be your motivator…”

“Every time I align my values, my soul, my purpose, whatever it is you
want to call it, with my businesses or my profits, they always soar
without having to obsess on the numbers.”

“What stands between us and where we want to go is never what we think
it is. It's not the economy, it's not the president. It's not that
somebody already dominated the health food industry or dominated
Facebook advertising or dominated TV advertising or there's no room
left. It's never that. It's always the story we tell ourselves and why
we can't achieve that.”

“I don't think we should drive for money. I think we should drive to be a better version of ourselves.”

Thanks to Tom Bilyeu and Impact Theory https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnYMOamNKLGVlJgRUbamveA

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