Welcome back to another episode. In this episode, I talk about a book called “Talent Is Overrated” by Geoff Colvin and why talent does not exist.
In this episode, I want to share why 99.9% of the population will not do what is necessary to be successful (hint, it’s something to do with the curse of instant gratification). I’ll also talk about the importance of frame of mind.
In this episode, I talk about creativity, why you need to write every day and the enemy of creativity.
What is success? Is it making a million dollars or buying a house? In this episode, I talk about what success means to me and the difference between growth vs fixed mindset.
In this episode, I talk about being selective with the things we do in life.
There is one question that I get asked a lot ever since I started this podcast – How much money are you making? In this podcast, I talk about why it doesn’t matter. I share why I’d do this podcast forever, even if it doesn’t make me money, because making money from creative work isn’t my primary goal.
Welcome to the 100th episode of this podcast. I want to take a moment and congratulate myself for the fact that I stuck with it. In this episode, I want to talk about how it feels to run a podcast for a year. Consistency is not easy, but it’s so important when you are dealing with long-term goals.
Recently, I read this awesome quote attributed to Wesley Snipes (on his Twitter account), and I instantly copied and pasted it into my archives of useful quotes. “Don’t let the internet rush you; No one is posting their failures.” Boom! Bam! Bing! Absolutely on point. As soon as I read it, I got goosebumps, and that’s when I know something …
Success means different things to different people. Do you agree or not? I was sitting on Facebook, as per usual, doing some work, or pretending to do some work, while I stalked some of my friends and friends’ friends. And I saw that a friend of mine was visiting Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She is a major Muay Thai and Brazilian …
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