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[…] Alderton, Elliott Hulse, Steve Maxwell, Joe De Sena, Ben Greenfield, Peter Sage and Dan Peña, are always positive, high energy individuals. Each one has their own routine, but most share some […]
[…] me of the way many wealthy people seem to think. Guests like Dan Peña show that they’re okay taking risks because they have the emotional strength to handle failure. Guests like Peter Sage do not see money as a goal in itself. They teach us to add value, and not […]
[…] be. And you know what, as much as it pains me to admit it sometimes, the old man is always right. He likes to do things properly, and if you ever get the chance to visit Guthrie Castle you’ll see for yourself that he runs that […]
I love him more. I have so enjoyed the last part. Man’s greatest burden is his unfulfilled potential. That’s right. Identify with the quiet lives of desperation, totally, since childhood. Love seeing Dan’s “soft” side. Totally agree with Dan’s self-esteem/selfishness comments, as well as his comments about beating himself. Delighted about what he says about who he makes deals with!
I am a sensitive guy, so Simon Sinek brings me a lot more joy. But I can’t hide the fact that Dan has value. And maybe, by being this way, he can move in me things others can’t..
I don’t believe that money brings character. I do believe that character doesn’t need money. People put to much into people with weath and while many people don’t have the same opportunties like he describes of building character. I do love power statements that enourage people. It doesn’t need to be about a focus on money. I see the videos are about men and did not see any women. That is a scary thought and while maybe I missed it, but women are powerful too.
This guy is interesting. The original self help BADASS. He’s like a Super Hero for self help…that doesn’t sell anything – but his course! Legit.
90 seconds and he saw through his third eye. I can’t help but laugh.
I came here by accident and I already know it wasn’t an accident 🙂 I find your content very usefull.
The back and forth is awesome, Brian. I was laughing the whole way, love it. I love how you challenged him, just loving the whole thing.
“These wing tips are older than you”
Directly following the first interview, now watching this one right at the end here that was probably the most potent thing I’ve heard yet.
Imagine the quality of craftsmanship he paid for, to want to keep a pair of shoes for longer than your lifetime. (Even if it was hyperbole)
Idk if anyone will even relate to this but that gives me chills.
I love Dan’s raw hard core approach of “JUST FUCKING DO IT”! I know we’re an emotional generation of wussies and his approach is a real slap in the face that people that truly want to be successful NEED! I think $15,000 is worth the beatdown you get at his seminar in order to get your head back on straight! I would Love to meet this man!!! A true inspiration! Thanks for the interview Brian!