EP 126: Never Satisfied? Is this Good or Bad?

Your thoughts control everything:

They can either unlock mountains of wealth, create unlimited freedom, and make you the happiest person alive. Or they can keep you trapped in a mediocre life where your bills drown you and misery encompasses you. 

The cold, hard truth is that most people let their thoughts steal their wealth, their joy, and their freedom. But it doesn’t have to be this way. In fact, “thought auditing” helps you transform your soul-crushing thoughts into motivation to succeed at levels you didn’t even know existed. 

In this episode, you’ll discover how to change your thoughts to unlock unprecedented amounts of wealth. 

Listen now. 

Show highlights include: 


  • How entrepreneurs can leverage their constant anxiety and transform into into cold, hard cash (2:04)
  • Why this book with a stupid title will unlock more wealth and freedom in your life than anything else you can do (7:34)
  • The insidious “Small Town Mentality” which slowly poisons you and imprisons you in a mediocre life (16:10)
  • How to succeed at levels you don’t even know exist by simply auditing your thoughts (27:25)
  • The counterintuitive way to build a legacy of wealth by helping people for free (28:25) 

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