Episode 2; What I Did Today


Ever wonder what I do in my free time?

From hanging out with Courtney Tailor at Barnes and Noble and with Ted Danson on the set of CSI: Cyber to Krav Maga training with Roy Elghanayan, this is what a day in my life looks like.

I always tell people that the best way to learn is from experts in their fields.

If you want to be successful, take Ted’s words to heart: “I think a big part of success is willingness – the willingness to be terrified but opening the door anyway, to not let your fear dictate what you do and don’t do. Keep being adventurous.”

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Episode 1; What I Did Today


Ever wonder what I do in my free time?

You can’t be lazy, trust me.

You get to see me:

1. Get kicked out of a bookstore with Nazghol Gharai.

2. Prep for my free live talk to over 18 thousand people.

3. Train with former NBA player Pooh Richardson, and my Coral Belt Jiu-Jitsu trainer Rigan Machado.

The best part about living the integrated life, is that my staff gets to take advantage of the knowledge I learn during my training sessions.

Like Pablo Picasso said, “Never permit a dichotomy to rule your life, a dichotomy in which you hate what you do so you can have pleasure in your spare time. Look for a situation in which your work will give you as much happiness as your spare time.”

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How To Use Mental Hypnosis To Beat Mr. Fatigue


It’s do-or-die basketball time.

I’m here with former basketball player Pooh Richardson. He’s been training Madeline and Rachel on their shots.

In life and business, I like to challenge myself. If you go to a party, find the most bad ass person or the hardest person to talk to. After that, it’ll be easier to talk to regular people in social settings.

The scientific term for this is contrast bias. So when you shoot with a big basketball, you get used to that. When you switch to the smaller one, your brain thinks, “This isn’t hard at all.”

You want to flip the switch

Who are you going to hang out with that’ll make it seem easier because they’re tougher than you? Are there any changes that need to be made?

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What You Can Learn From The LA Clippers; Talking Mentors With World-Class Athletes


I went to a charity dinner put on by the LA Clippers.

During the dinner, I got to speak to Chris Paul, DeAndre Jordan, Blake Griffin, Paul Pierce, and other players on the team. I asked a few of them for their opinion on the importance of having a mentor.

Chris Paul told me his biggest mentor in life was his father.

I asked Charles Paul, Chris Paul’s dad, what he did to raise a talented son and he said, “You’ve got to be strong in your beliefs and what you believe in.”

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