Jay Shetty is making wisdom go viral. After spending years on the road studying as a monk he re-entered the world and began scaling the digital voice of companies to make an impact. Now with a wide-reaching following of his own, Jay is creating engaging, inspiring content for the masses. Watch as he discusses how to find your purpose and redefine entertainment on this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu.
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Jay details how meeting a monk redefined his path early on. [3:53]
Jay breaks down key steps in building your ideal life. [12:01]
Jay and Tom discuss bridging practical studies with spiritual insight. [23:30]
Jay talks about gaining self-awareness and the things that hinder it. [30.28]
Jay shares and answers the 3 questions he gets asked the most. [42:40]
Jay reveals the impact he wants to have on the world. [49:03]
“Your passion is for you, your purpose is for others. Your passion makes you happy. But when you use your passion to make a difference in someone else’s life, that’s a service, that’s a purpose, and that’s the hand. ” [22:54]
“Being able to reflect and observe the different voices inside of us is a great place to start your self-awareness because the biggest challenge is that most of us don’t know what we’re listening to. Most of us don’t even know that there is more than one voice inside of us.” [32:28]
“The highest form of empathy, love, and compassion is to meet people where they already are, rather than expecting them to change.” [50:49]
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MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
Thinking, Fast and Slow – http://amzn.to/2Crh3lU [30:30]
Start With Why – http://amzn.to/2C2HDGm [45:05]
The Bhagavad Gita – http://amzn.to/2Ho4k7c [45:48]
Exponential Organizations – http://amzn.to/2EwJtkd [46:21]
Build a Life, Not a Resume – http://bit.ly/2hrcrDg [34:12]
Dharma Model – http://bit.ly/2o0m5As [42:43]
Ikigai – http://bit.ly/2vjB1P8 [42:49]