Robin Sharma

I Got Chills When I Heard This Quote (First 60 Seconds)

This week’s guest on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu is Robin Sharma. Robin Sharma is considered to be one of the top 5 leadership experts in the world. He has worked with rock stars, royalty, billionaires and many celebrity CEOs. His books, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, The 5am Club, and The Leader Who Had No Title have topped numerous international bestseller lists. In this episode, he talks about why you should wake up early and how to get clarity around your life’s mission.

 

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SHOW NOTES:

How to cultivate enthusiasm and become a high achiever [3:33]

How to optimize your energy [4:04]

Why you should wake up before the sun rises and Robin Sharma’s 20/20/20 framework [4:59]

The thing that billionaires, producers and successful people have in common [7:43]

How to turn a want into a crushing need and commit to your dreams [8:18]

Why so many people are brainwashed into believing they are not capable of amazing things [10:14]

How he bucked his 9-5 and started his business [11:30]

Robin Sharma’s detailing of the 4 interior empires [12:00]

“Nothing is more expensive than losing your joy and your peace of mind.” [12:22]

The importance of heart-set, health-set, and soul-set [13:03]

How to become braver, more courageous and accomplish more [15:16]

How to process through trauma [18:27]

How to eliminate distractions from your life [21:46]

How to unlock your inner genius [23:27]

Robin Sharma’s thoughts on patience vs. impatience [24:37]

3 traits to cultivate in yourself if you want to be a leader [25:54]

What drives Robin Sharma to keep working [28:43]

Robin Sharma’s deepest and most cherished core values [30:57]

Robin Sharma’s protocol for biohacking [33:28]

BOOKS MENTIONED:

The 5 am Club by Robin Sharma https://amzn.to/2Gnpa8e

PEOPLE MENTIONED:

Jean Michel Basquiat [9:34]

K. Anders Ericsson [10:30]

Galileo [14:35]

Steve Jobs [14:38]

Phil Knight [14:41]

Nelson Mandela [15:59]

Jack Welch [25:55]

Warren Buffett [26:00]

Usain Bolt [35:56]

 

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