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How to Stop Being Realistic and Shoot for the Moon with Jesse Itzler on Impact Theory

Jesse Itzler is a self-proclaimed adrenaline-junkie taking on and
pulling off unlikely challenges such as founding a private jet company,
with no experience, after being told he couldn’t and running 100 miles
in 24 hours. His fearlessness and boundless curiosity have not only made
him a successful entrepreneur but a man likely to die with no regrets.
The best-selling author of Living With A SEAL talks about maximizing
life’s potential on this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu.

Jesse touches on his fearless drive to try new challenges.
Jesse talks about creating opportunities even when lacking experience and hearing “no”.
Jesse details his networking process and creating real bonds over time.
Jesse shares his experience and lessons from living with monks for 15 days.
Jesse and Tom discuss finding your “why” and the value of time as you get older.
Jesse reveals the Impact he wants to have on the world.

“Once you get over the fear of being embarrassed, no one likes to be
embarrassed but once you get over being scared of being embarrassed,
it's super liberating.”

“Your relationship with time is such a key component of your life
because when you get caught in the routine, times goes so quickly and
before you know it, you're 60 or 70, your relevant years are done.”

“I think if you're an entrepreneur, you have to understand the passion
is around the process as well as the product and what you're doing.
People often neglect the process but you can't shortcut it and if that's
what you signed up for, you have to respect it.“

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

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