Ed Mylett is one of the most inspiring speakers of our time.
He is an American entrepreneur, international keynote speaker, business coach, and author of the best-selling book #MaxOut Your Life. In the world of entertainers, business executives, and professional athletes, he’s known as the “success and fulfilment whisperer.”
In 1992, Ed Mylett joined the financial planning company World Financial Group (WFG), which kickstarted his career. He began rising through the ranks, eventually becoming the head marketing director. He also served as the Senior Executive Vice Chairman of WFG.
He became Director of Field Leadership in 2009, helping shape the future leaders of WFG.
After joining social media, Mylett’s fame exploded, with many drawn to his enthusiastic leadership style. He’s now considered one of the most influential life and business strategists, mentoring and speaking to people around the world.
Today, Ed Mylett’s net worth totals over $400 million, and he was named one of the “Top 50 Wealthiest Under 50” by Forbes magazine. He hosts the number one business podcast “The Ed Mylett Show,” where he interviews other peak-performers like David Goggins, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Jay Shetty and Rachel Hollis.
In the book, #MaxOut Your Life: Strategies For Becoming An Elite Performer, Ed Mylett shares his knowledge and advice on finding the best version of yourself and achieving the highest levels of life. He discusses creating strong habits, finding your identity, building self-confidence, elevating your physical body and developing the will to win.
In my interview with Ed Mylett, we discuss his overall mindset when it comes to success. One of his biggest goals is to inspire people to obtain happiness now, no matter their situation.
He emphasises the harmful effects of comparison and how it impacts our lives. Anytime we’re feeling anxious, depressed, insecure, etc., it’s usually because we’re comparing ourselves or our situation with someone or something else.
We take a brief look into Mylett’s childhood when he was known as “Eddie Spaghetti.” He reveals what it was like growing up and his relationship with his parents. He defines what it means to be “blissfully dissatisfied” and why it works.
I learn about his “one more” approach, which he applies to every aspect of his life. If he’s doing ten reps of a bench press, he’ll do ten and one more. If his goal is to make ten contacts in a day, he’ll do ten and one more. It’s a simple yet effective way to keep challenging yourself.
I enjoyed my conversation with Ed Mylett, and I think you’ll find him as inspiring as I did.
Join us as we discuss:
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1. Happiness & Comparison
2. Live In The Present
3. Growth And Acheivement To Serve
4. Eddy Spaghetti
5. 90% Of People Are Unhappy
6. Self Confidence
7. Push Yourself To Always Do ‘One More’
8. Be The Thermostat
9. Changing Your Identity
11. Making Money
13. Covid & Businesses
15. US, Protests, Politics
16. Future Of Politics
00:00 | Trailer.
02:38 | Brian’s introduction.
03:28 | Look for happiness, avoid making comparisons.
08:20 | Blissfully dissatisfied.
12.06 | Being self-aware.
16:16 | Learning to be satisfied.
20:26 | Growing, continuing to achieve attracts people, then you can make an impact.
23:34 | Benefit from meditation practice.
26:44 | The contrast in Ed Mylett’s life from his early Eddy Spaghetti beginnings.
31:17 | Living a life of monotonous existence: people’s environment needs changing.
33:32 | Where self-confidence comes from.
41:45 | The difference between the thermometers and the temperature controllers.
44:14 | Your identity is your key.
50:09 | What Ed Mylett learned from a shameful period in his life.
58:26 | The way he went from $40,000,000 to $400,000,000.
1:03:02 | Is playing with scared money in Poker a similar analogy to when he is working in scarcity.
1:04:57 | Money has to work for you, think about your identity: are you resting on your laurels.
1:10:14 | Everyone should have a mentor who challenges them.
1:16:12 | What Ed Mylett believes leadership should be.
1:19:06 | Ed Mylett’s thoughts on Covid-19 and its effect on the future.
1:26:04 | Can people work as efficiently from home as they can by working together in an office?
1:28:13 | Now will herald a time of huge change and progress.
1:29:36 | Ed Mylett’s take on the spirit of the American people today.
1:32:05 | Politics is polarising public thinking.
1:35:40 | The digital age culture distances people from their humanity, rather than using its ability to aid understanding.
1:39:34 | Will Ed Mylett run for President?
1:42:51 | His views on parenting.
1:49:32 | Ed Mylett talks about his faith and his relationship with God.
1:56:36 | Best and worst day of his life.
1:57:24 | What scares him.
1:59:03 | Success secrets.
1:59:45 | Brian’s summing up.
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