Meagan Good

If You Want Something & Believe You Can Have It, Do This

This week’s guest on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu is Meagan Good. She is an American actress who has appeared in numerous television shows, films, and music videos as both a child and an adult. She is also the author of “The Wait” which she co-authored with her husband. In this episode, she talks about how she navigated her acting career, how to achieve your goals, and how she supports other women.

 

 

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SHOWNOTES

How Meagan Good overcame racism and discrimination [3:04]

 

Why so many people get lost on their journey and the daily practice you can do to make sure you stay the course [4:49]

 

Why Meagan Good works with young women and how to shift your perspective toward success [5:49]

 

Why Meagan Good focuses on improvement and persistence [7:36]

 

Meagan Good’s process for learning [8:30]

 

How she processes through rejection [10:25]

 

Why her Mom is her hero and what she taught her about faith [12:19]

 

How she learned the importance of work ethic and why she says success isn’t sustainable without it [15:21]

 

Why she values mental toughness in the gym as well as in life [17:45]

 

How to push yourself further than you ever thought possible [20:36]

 

How to stay hungry even after you’ve succeeded [22:26]

 

Meagan Good’s process for keeping things fresh in her career [24:00]

 

What excited her about her recent role in the movie, “Intruder” [26:05]

 

Her insights on marriage, love and relationships [26:53]

 

Where you can find Meagan Good and see her movie [34:49]

 

The impact Meagan Good wants to have in the world [35:22]

 

PEOPLE MENTIONED

 

Martin Luther King Jr.  [14:27]

 

David Goggins http://bit.ly/2WhKZLW [19:06]

 

Dennis Quaid [23:48]

 

BOOKS MENTIONED

 

The Wait https://amzn.to/2GQdsDk [32:02]

 

QUOTES:

 

“Some women are lost in the fire, and some women are built from it.” [3:04]

 

“Faith is stepping on the first step when you can’t see the rest of the staircase.” [14:27]

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