Posts Tagged ‘Daniel Gefen’

89: Self Acceptance

Self pity is one of the most destructive emotions.

Even more destructive than the event that brought about the emotion in the first place.

Self acceptance, on the other hand, is one of the most powerful.

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88: Change YOUR World

How many times have you discovered your mission in life? How many times have you set massive goals for yourself?

Maybe it’s time to take a step back and work on enjoying the journey instead of focusing on the destination. 

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144: Sex, Loneliness and Real Intimacy with Rabbi Manis Friedman

Sex, Loneliness and Real Intimacy

I almost didn’t publish this because I was afraid it was too politically incorrect.  But the people have spoken and asked that it be published. So listeners be warned.

Rabbi Manis Friedman shares the true and only path to real intimacy.

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143: Escaping Prison: The Undercover Agent of Change with Peter Sage

He was sentenced to 6 months in a maximum security prison for something he didn’t do.

When I asked him what it was like to be a prisoner he said “I wasn’t a prisoner, I became an undercover agent of change”.

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142: How to Do Less to Achieve More with Ari Meisel

He’s been called the most efficient man alive.

Today I have the pleasure of speaking with Ari Meisel about doing less and achieving more.

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141: Becoming a Master Over Money

In this episode I talk about how I went from being a slave to money to becoming its master.

I also talk about what I learned from my Grandfather who survived 13 concentration camps and went from completely broke to independently wealthy 

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35: Too Many Open Tabs

Computers and phones slow down when there are too many tabs open or apps running … well our brains work the same way.

When you have too many ‘open windows’ or ‘apps running’ in your head your thought process slows down. You get overwhelmed. You feel emotionally drained. Even physically tired.

If you don’t start closing some windows you will eventually crash like an overworked computer..

One reason why children are so full of life and filled with creativity and joy is because they don’t have so many tabs open.

They focus entirely on what they are doing in that moment.

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