JP Sears, How To Be Ultra Spiritual

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welcome to funnel hacker radio podcast
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have a ginge ad hear this so I just want
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to make sure I would bring everybody off
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welcome everybody this is funnel
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official page Jonathan take care all
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that fun stuff course but first of all
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everybody’s welcome eyes your friend JP
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shares JB thank you so much greater yeah
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hello wonderful people listening to this
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and Dave you delightful weirdo I love
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you to death I’m thrilled to be here
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with in my friend oh I say honor this
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trip just know you have reacted or
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lacking like there’s a ton of fun but be
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Churchill polished a bit and just get
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around you’re like the best guy in the
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world just a outlet I love love this go
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I’m doing this yeah you’re you’re not
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making my self-esteem go lower what
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those wonderful words I actually I feel
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better about myself
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I’m not codependent enough I’m now
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basing myself for top of everything you
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say so I love your words my friend
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they’re beautiful first of all you don’t
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be number one YouTube sensation the
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entire universe you were to play here
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yesterday so welcome are you to the
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station
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Thank You Wow number one in the entire
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universe that sounds like a scientific
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fact if let’s I actually have my son
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research that all that I love that so
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what did I get it first of all everybody
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out there you just have to get this book
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if you haven’t got it this is my float
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right now I’m very beginning I’m the
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older spiritual by JD here so go right
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now open a new tab combine us keeping
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our talking here out of the old
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spiritual calm Jonathas boasted
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somewhere on our Conor
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page of there and get it one thing I
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wish I am worth anything
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the shirt that you’re wearing a freak on
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your slides it’s a spiritual account
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that like we were dying laughing over
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here so curiously that become a bottle
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capper tradition we’re going to be
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wearing special t-shirts just well
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actually create let me change your state
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that we are something like that I you
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know I’m my inner narcissist would like
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to say like just one JP Sears day okay
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that’s funny not yeah I have a lot of
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fun with those shirts and just you know
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little demented paradoxes that my mind
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sees so I’m glad you get a kick out of
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those two so I got I actually have a
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weird fuck out that there does before
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you so I happy posted your picture with
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master on our Facebook fan page says hey
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I didn’t have the opportunity to
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interview GG for our portal a curator
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podcast or to get glasses and a my
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Facebook fan page the warm up to a house
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where 9/11 Brandi’s done so you know I
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enjoyed it yeah and I’ll just act
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intelligent enough to answer the
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questions and I assure you if I don’t
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have a good answer I will just make up
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an answer okay
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the first one is how can I make my
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muscles more spiritual there’s a good
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question may but I think the primary way
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to make your funnels more spiritual is
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harness your funnels in such a way where
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they date don’t make you money you want
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your funnels to make you abundance in
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the form of money which is way different
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than it being about the money it’s about
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abundance there’s an abundant amount of
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abundance out there and your funnels can
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get you more of it which will also get
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you more spirituality I think I
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channeled that that felt like divine
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inspiration
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the next thing is are you always
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sarcastic or is it just for
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that sounds like a sarcastic question i
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i i am you know kind of both when I am
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sarcastic it is just for fun hopefully
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and you know sarcasm I know there’s a
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shadow side it’s kind of like scar chasm
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it can be a way of deflecting from
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oneself through inflicting pain on
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oneself for other people so sarcasm does
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head of the shadow side but for me I
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like to use sarcasm and satire as a way
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of facilitating understanding and up
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leveled consciousness and and I always
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that way no some of the time I am other
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times I’m just very sincere and it’s
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just kind of like you know do I have a
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right hand yes but I also have a left
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hand so to me a personality disorder
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would be I’m always sarcastic or I’m
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never playful but being able to be
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dynamic in both sometimes both at the
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same time I think is that a good way
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that confuse people you know what I
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actually as crazy town called a joke
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every book I love it though I actually
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wonder it does love it is so my wife is
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indeed yoga yeah one of those things
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over here and so I was going through and
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look your yoga varietals here and
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primarily doesn’t from yoga which is hot
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yoga with my wife tries to kill me it if
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so I love the definition your source and
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congeals know different offers the
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benefits of taking a sauna sweating
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profusely and he’s toxifying your body
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olive oil attributing to the mask of
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yoga the only downside is that you won’t
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be able wear your tutor dog yoga outfit
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progressive today because it’s saturated
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in sweat yeah the reason does mean so
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much to me is I have huge investment
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into Lululemon all because of my wife
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and there’s a whole other side the story
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as far as you can now get a little too
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personal
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on that side but one of those things
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where when I was traveling
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I always came home greedy here with a
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little limit back because it seems to
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soften of all of my travels but I’m
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fasting at the expense by the Buddha
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limits no I’m pretty sure so help me
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understand how did you get involved yeah
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how do I get involved with yoga you know
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bed that’s yeah here’s the answer Dave’s
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like I was going to think of what the
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answer is and by here’s the real answer
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I know what was on my mind work but when
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I was what the heck was that maybe back
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in 2010 I tore my the meniscus in my
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left knee pushing a car I was just
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pushing a car as part of a workout like
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a resistance training workout and I just
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tore the living crap out of my meniscus
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and nothing seemed to be helping it I
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was afraid I was going to have to do
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surgery and I felt like I didn’t know
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what else to do so I started doing yoga
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and it was like not even like good yoga
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it was just me having terrible form
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following along to a yoga video at home
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like an hour long thing so I probably
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wasn’t even doing yoga but in my mind I
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was like doing this picture-perfect
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poses so that really helped my knee and
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dramatic ways like I won’t pretend to
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understand exactly how where I was at
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just my body Lutz me not I don’t know
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but really helped in dramatic ways and I
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won’t pretend that since then I’ve been
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like a consistent dedicated yogi I yoga
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feels so good in my body and honestly my
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mind and emotions when I do it yet I’m I
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don’t do it incredibly regularly though
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I am getting better my my girlfriend
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beautiful woman named Amber she is full
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on yogi amongst the other wonderful
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things she is so Yoga is something that
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we enjoy doing together and she’s a
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great influence on me there as well but
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I found you know the most beneficial
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part of yoga isn’t really doing the yoga
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but the pretentiousness that we can
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adopt through yoga $200 Lululemon
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outfits is an important part of the
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ancient wisdom of yoga
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through pretentiousness in my opinion I
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love it I do I the other day I love
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first of all twelve and a half chapters
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not my best one I love Y melody never
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been done before I’ve never been done
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before so you have got this book again
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go right now go buy the book how to be
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ultra spiritual mom and one of these you
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can find in the bloom is which go
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through the table contents there’s a
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very very last one is chapter twelve and
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a half never gets done before but that
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is chapter on condensing spirituality
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one of my other favorite ones is
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religiously and religious mmm as you
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guys we have the opportunity of tearing
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down every religion out there oh well
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thank you Dave thank you can either why
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how many older spiritual yes so you know
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the it took a while to settle on the the
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title you know and the book project was
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you agreed upon with the publisher we
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thought for a while like what what do we
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want to title it and because it was
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going to be a book you know a satirical
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look of at the New Age culture spiritual
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culture we the title had to be ultra
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spiritual it already had a lot of
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momentum from some videos I’ve done and
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it just seemed to be the most on point
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with regard to getting right to the
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heart of what the book is about how to
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be spiritual about how to be ultra
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spiritual so yeah this a little bit of
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the I think the rationale or the lack of
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rationale behind the title interser
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ginger circuit and everything else it
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kind of has created before the questions
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people were asking was kinda to create
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Richard yeah yeah I love the question
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because now I get to feel like an
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eccentric artist when I answer it like
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and it is my truth I don’t really feel
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like I created the character I feel like
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I discovered the character now people
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might not be serious about how
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ridiculous is that I’m like I’m
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was listening to what I’m saying like
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how you some so cliche artistic jiggy so
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yeah the first ultra spiritual video I
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did about two and a half years ago I
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thought it was just going to be a
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one-time video and I didn’t at when I
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was making that video I didn’t really
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know I was like being a character I felt
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like I’m just going to express these
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perspectives and through dry wit which
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is it’s my natural sense of humor and
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then you know a few weeks later when it
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dawned on me like maybe I could make
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another video like okay well I had you
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know school a headband on it’s a little
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bit of a trait of the character and
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there’s like you know a certain demeanor
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of the character so it started to occur
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to me like I think that was a character
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and I want to do more of that and
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meanwhile I’m also realizing the
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character is and always has been a part
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of me I’m just going to pulling it out
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and expressing that satirical sarcastic
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dry with a part of me as the character I
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love it video and can’t see any the
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video absolutely love so I’m sure some
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wonderful but the cool thing actually in
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watching your audience I mean so the
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video you didn’t really put a lot of
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color doesn’t choose the great thing is
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that so many little has your audience is
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just thinking oh my gosh totally scary
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in a park rip it even and then we kind
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of resided going oh my gosh that he’s
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just doing an awesome job it’s all about
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making money oh yeah and so what I think
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I wanted to ask your dog is just the
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idea smart as you’re creating your
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community because you’re so than at your
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made how let it blinders give to others
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as far as how to build it soldier that
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you build yeah
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honestly I I have to say be true to
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yourself
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be freaking authentic because when when
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you you know your personal brand your
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business when you are being you you are
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you are exposing the surface area of
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yourself for people to see and connect
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to and people it to build like a real
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culture which you guys have a wonderful
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culture and I’m grateful for the the
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culture that I’ve created in my brand so
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when we are exposing our true self
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we’re allowing people to connect to us
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but when we’re trying to be something
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that we’re now we’re trying to do it
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someone else’s way you know we have a
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front which means we’re not exposing
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ourself no surface area of self is there
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therefore people don’t have anything
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real to connect to and I would dare say
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that the when we are exposing our
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authentic self the people who resonate
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with us we give them an opportunity to
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find us and become a part of our
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community when we are not being our true
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selves we are not giving the people who
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truly resonate with us we’re not giving
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them a chance to find us we’re not
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giving them a chance to see us all we’re
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doing is exposing a facade and guess
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what the people who really resonate with
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us they will not resonate with the
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society because it’s not us you know and
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I think the the idea of be your
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authentic self as authentic as you know
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yourself to be right now I know it’s a
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journey we can all get more or become
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more authentic but when we are being our
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authentic self
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it feels so risky it does because nobody
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else has ever become very successful
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being us so essentially we’re all
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pioneers when we’re taking the risk of
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being ourselves
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it’s scary territory it’s insecure
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territory it’s unproven territory but
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when we try to be someone else someone
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else who’s successful let me just act
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like them to the exclusion of all these
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parts of me then I think that feels
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safer
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so I think that words off our fears but
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I think it truly is if your baby’s mind
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set the fear-based mindset the fear of
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feeling afraid so we don’t want to feel
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the the fear of what it’s like to be our
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insecure weirdo cells so instead we try
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to do at someone else’s way and we might
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get some success with that but I don’t
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think we’ll build a deep and profound
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like deeply rooted culture in community
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out of being someone who or not that’s
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my delusional opinion anyway I think
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it’s recently I don’t know what I did
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now Tiffany is one of the things that
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we’re looking for so brings just
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unlocking life that was really want to
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make anyone some winter snow it was so
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authentic that people just get so you
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basically can keep on acting live turn
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over shirt and everything else in your
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in your basic portable character now
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hand people just connected with you so
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quickly
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who didn’t may not even seen you’re
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gonna shoot pictures on test kitchen
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you’re so often again where you go it’s
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just a lie I think oh well thank you my
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friend I appreciate you seeing that I
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certainly do my best I’m not perfect yet
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I do do my best to be me where I go I
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think it’s I realized it’s too painful
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not to it’s pretty painful to betray
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myself and try to continue being who I
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think other people want me to be and you
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know I’ll say something I appreciate
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about your your whole quick funnel
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culture is your ability to laugh at
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yourself
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I mean case in point you guys asked me
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to do a video on you guys and it’s got
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like yes but it just feels amazing and
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so that really tells me how secure you
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guys are I think one’s ability to be
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playful with themselves is indicative of
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how secure they are and how rooted they
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are in their true self and I love how
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even you know the video I made I’m but
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funnel hacking wiser than how you can
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look
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through some comments and people are
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like wow JP’s really tearing those guys
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apart he’s really against them like no
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these guys you find quick funnels you
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guys are you know how to be playful and
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and I know you guys are good buddies
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with Tony Robbins he was at the funnel
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hacking live event and I know he’s
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really endorsing Russell’s book so I
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very very honored and privileged last
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year Tony invited me to be his guest at
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his UPW FM in Dallas Texas well while I
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was there he asked me would you be
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interested in making a video you know a
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parody video about this event as yes
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that feels like a yes for sure so I made
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the video it is on my youtube channel
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Facebook page it’s called the Tony
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Robbins experience but here’s what’s
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funny about that you know when I made
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the video so Tony Robbins asked me to do
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the video so you know I would see some
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of the comments and I would get some
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hate messages some of them were saying
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like JP this was so disrespectful
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Tony helps millions of people you have
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no right to disrespect them and of
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course I’m not going to reply to these
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but you know the gist the mindset is
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you’re talking about a guy who’s playful
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enough that he knows how to laugh at
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himself in the very person you’re
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defending is the very person who asked
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me if I’d be willing to make a video
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about him in his event which I just find
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just it’s another layer of hilarious
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most of the whole thing so nonetheless I
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really admire when people and companies
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can laugh at themselves I think laughter
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at ourselves not for the purpose of
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shaming are so but for the purpose of
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being playful and understanding or so I
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really do think that’s the Fountain of
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Youth that gives us a good quality of
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life and honestly I think it helps us
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grow and expand more when we don’t take
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ourselves seriously I think seriousness
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it’s a constricted psychological
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mechanism of control and because it is
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constrictive it’s anti gross but I think
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playfulness it’s the energy of surrender
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and levity and I think that is very Pro
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growth and expansion
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okay cheers hi I’m just reading off the
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script he sent me days I know I didn’t
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even that’s actually one of the things I
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love about your book is because it is so
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playful and again I have you ever taken
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look at it how people just Spiricom the
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cool part about the book that was
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ridiculous
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you have the opportunity of laughing
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happy the whole self-improvement it ties
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it further the auspice with Tony Robbins
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do you did it there’s a lot of nation
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really great nuggets in there as well as
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far as understanding he was an
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individual and and being able to go out
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and willing to build more and I love
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that a to Mars growth kind of is what
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they were talking about at duchies
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notice that the content and growth and
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they’re always about wrote one of these
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that when we were on acid is what your
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ritual and how do you grow so two great
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stick maker yeah you know I to me it’s
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important to be productive so in the
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morning you know I sleep until about
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3:00 p.m. then I watch about three hours
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of soap operas that I’ve DVR’d
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and you know then I’m just then I
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watched the news so I can understand
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what I’m supposed to think about for the
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day on point but no an alternative
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answer which might be more truthful and
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the first one may or may not be a true
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story but it’s definitely true that it
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is a story so my morning routine first
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off I practice gratitude and my
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gratitude is typically my girlfriend and
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I sharing what we’re grateful about for
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the day as well as what we appreciate
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about ourselves and that that is
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wonderful it’s not only like okay I’m
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getting in the energy of gratitude but
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that’s also with my girlfriend it’s a
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great connected intimate heartfelt
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experience with her and then I’ll take a
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walk then I come back I make bulletproof
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coffee and then typically I’m into
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create creative mode so that might be
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writing a video script but ideally I
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at least an hour of creativity and that
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you know that’s just like our childhood
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is the formative part of our life and
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how we are as an adult can be heavily
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influenced through our formative years
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the morning that’s the formative years
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of our day so this morning routine oh
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and I cold shower that’s right after
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they granted - that’s oral I love that
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so anyway the morning routine a really
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helps the formative part of my day be on
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point connected to myself and acting
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from a place of heart alignment which in
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other words means I’m centered in myself
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and I can prioritize what are really my
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priorities rather than other people’s
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priorities and I can really bring my
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heart and soul and deliver it and tend
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to um as far as that’s kind of nada
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maybe we should film him he’s filming us
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talking oh well good
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don’t look feeling good together but in
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the meantime as we’re talking about that
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that I keep our music people asked all
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it always asking us happy created person
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guys are so lucky country how do you as
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still created your yeah first off by not
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buying into the BS limiting belief but
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we all say at times that says I’m not a
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creative person and I think the design
23:49
team so hold on let me film you guys we
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need like nine layers going here then
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then somehow we’re gonna reach
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enlightenment
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treat so yet hey doctor I was having
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this dream where I was being filmed and
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then Russell started filming me being
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filmed and it was scary to me I think
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this is just all I’ll be over soon you
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know Russell I think and Dave I think
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you guys need to start taking life more
24:29
seriously to get better results we are
24:32
software coming very very serious now
24:35
making sure to make that is and I like
24:40
how you put money in its place it’s the
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only thing that matters spoken like the
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values I carry from my father but you
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know you know you bring up creativity
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and I love like creativity is happening
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right here in that’s evoking emotions
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but nonetheless I do feel that it is a
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very dangerous limiting belief for a
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person to say I am NOT a creative person
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I think what might be more real is we
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might say I haven’t become aware of how
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creative I am yet and and I think a
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first step to unleashing our creativity
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and discovering it and developing it is
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being willing to be crappy at it and
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feel the insecure feelings around being
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crappy at creativity you know when if
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you look at an 11 month old child you
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could get inside its mind it would
25:37
probably say I don’t know how to walk
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but it would be a step of improvement if
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we got the child to say I haven’t
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discovered how to walk yet and then once
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the child begins to try to walk it is
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really crappy at walking I mean if you
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ever watched eleven months old it was
25:56
just horrible at walking but its
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willingness to be horrible at doing
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something that’s never done it and keep
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going is exactly what the allows the
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child to become an expert walker where
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it can then move gracefully if it’s
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willing to keep
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Keem the awkward walk so I think it’s
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same thing with our creativity we’re not
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willing to be crappy and awkward at it
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then we’re just going to avoid it
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because we’re really afraid of feeling
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our insecure feelings that come up when
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we judge our creativity to be inferior
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it’s not good enough well I think the
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only way it gets sharpened and on point
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is a willingness to keep doing that over
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and over again and I think a willingness
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to feel or insecure feeling is the only
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thing that’s necessary for us to have
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the willingness to keep doing it over
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and over again really sighs my
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delusional story hi Russell yeah pretty
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good I by the way what is it a new
27:02
policy at the office where everybody
27:04
named Dave has to wear the headband and
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the flower now actually I told you so
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yeah yeah and I assume it will bring
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bring the company just even better
27:19
results good you know I’m fine with like
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30 percent equity or something to take I
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feel like I’ve earned it ooh which by
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the way congratulations on the book I
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know you and I had a chance to have a
27:40
discussion on your book expert secrets I
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guess a couple weeks ago at this point
27:45
but man it’s everywhere and I just love
27:48
the buzz and excitement around it so
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congratulations I know that is that’s
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that’s a birth child of creativity that
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certainly has a lot of heart and soul
27:59
cut into it so congratulations to
28:01
yelling master hat for sure come on see
28:12
you soon Russell so that good book make
28:16
sure you get it ultra spiritual calm
28:19
don’t laugh a couple of last questions
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here there’s a problem you get over yeah
28:23
where is you today so
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is something stupid why is it important
28:32
for you to find funny or to find humor
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in everything I say that real serious
28:38
that was snatcher thank you that’s me
28:41
irony you know do we have to find humor
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and everything maybe not I think the
28:48
priority places to find humor in are the
28:51
places that three places and I think
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they’re actually all the same place but
28:57
the things that we take most seriously
28:59
the things that we get offended about
29:01
and the things we feel insecure about I
29:04
think those are the primary places that
29:07
we will get the most benefit from when
29:10
we can find humor in those places and I
29:14
and I think ultimately what humor does
29:16
when we feel insecure Ascended or
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serious about something it helps us
29:22
unattach to those beliefs practices
29:26
physical things whatever they are so
29:29
when we when we get a self I a sense of
29:32
identity in something we’re not we’ll
29:36
take it really seriously so I think I am
29:38
my business I am my car I am my
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religious beliefs when we really become
29:44
identified with something we’re not I
29:46
think that’s really dangerous so the
29:48
human heart and psyche because it means
29:50
we’re losing ourselves we’re getting
29:52
disconnected from who we really are so
29:55
when we can replace the attachment of
29:57
seriousness with the levity of
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playfulness yeah like we can still have
30:03
that cool thing in our life it can still
30:05
be important to us but the differences I
30:08
don’t think I’m that saying I don’t
30:10
think I’m my business my business is
30:13
something I have when I can be playful
30:15
with it even make fun of it in a
30:17
respectful way at times it means okay
30:20
now there’s distance between it and me
30:23
so I can find more of me rather than
30:25
losing me just having my whole sense of
30:28
self be my business so to me that’s a
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huge part of the importance of finding
30:34
humor and potentially anything but
30:36
especially the places that
30:38
hardest to find humor and the things we
30:40
take seriously we get offended about or
30:42
feel insecure about I love them and
30:46
champion is a great kind of wrap things
30:48
up there’s anything else what I love
30:49
that’s a great way to kind of tell some
30:52
more shares our community for kind of
30:53
wrap it up what is the last thing maybe
30:55
just a reiteration is something we
30:57
mentioned a little bit earlier I would
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absolutely be a cheerleader and advocate
31:03
everybody to bring more of your
31:05
authenticity to your like your personal
31:08
relationships your business
31:10
relationships your business expression
31:12
I think our authenticity always wins out
31:16
I love that Jake you’re a great friend
31:20
thank you so much for your antics don’t
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we just we looks awesome so thank you so
31:26
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31:27
thank you for having me brother thanks
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