Mastering the inner game of entrepreneurship is sometimes confronting work. But those who do the work are rewarded in spades, in both life and business. So how does our inner world impact our outer world? What are our most common blocks to success and what do we need to know about the personal psychology of money making unconscious decisions for us?
Jack Delosa is a 5X Australian Financial Review Young Rich Lister, 2X best-selling author and the founder of The Entourage, Australia’s largest business coaching and training provider for entrepreneurs with a community of 650,000 members. Jack is also a serial investor, including in one company that became what’s known in Silicon Valley as a ‘unicorn’ or a business that goes from $0 to $1 billion within ten years.
Quotes from this episode:
"When you are so good at playing that external game, you can go your entire life ignoring your inner world."
"Personal health and wellbeing should not be about going on a retreat every now and again, coming back, going into work mode, grinding yourself into burnout and going on another retreat, which is what some people do. It's more about integrating these practices into your every day."
"No great entrepreneur was born. This is a whole paradigm shift we need to have as a culture. You look at some iconic figures that have achieved larger than life legacies (Richard Branson, Nelson Mandela, Michelangelo or Oprah Winfrey)... History has a way of holding these people up to make them seem superhuman. And they're not. They're just people who made a decision to continuously improve themselves and develop the skills required to make the impact that they wanted to make."
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The Happiness Advantage by Shawn Achor
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