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MentorBox is the new way of learning. If you're like most of our members you believe in expanding your knowledge and leveling up your skill-sets, but you just don't have the time to read the books that you know will get you there. We engineered a new, fun and engaging way to learn directly from the highest level authors and thinkers...

MentorBox is the new way of learning. If you're like most of our members you believe in expanding your knowledge and leveling up your skill-sets, but you just don't have the time to read the books that you know will get you there. We engineered a new, fun and engaging way to learn directly from the highest level authors and thinkers...
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MentorBox is the new way of learning. If you're like most of our members you believe in expanding your knowledge and leveling up your skill-sets, but you just don't have the time to read the books that you know will get you there. We engineered a new, fun and engaging way to learn directly from the highest level authors and thinkers...

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98: Law of Attraction, Why Your Success Depends On Your Mindset

8/17/2018
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“If you believe in something strongly enough, if you think about it enough, it will become real.” (click to tweet) They say that the world is a confusing place. Is that true? Or are we just letting external stimulus dictate our perception of it? When we mindfully choose to perceive the events around us in a more positive and thoughtful light, our reality becomes simplified. On today’s episode of The MentorBox Podcast, we are discussing the law of attraction. In our pursuit of success,...

Duration:00:15:34

97: Tyler Gage, How To Be The Scrappy Entrepreneur

8/15/2018
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“Our goal would often become: what do we need to do in the next 3 months to not have to call our parents to bail us out.” - Tyler Gage (click to tweet) Some companies are started in a vacuum. The founders draw up a business plan, seek out investment, and go to market on the gamble that their idea will fit into the market. And then there are the companies that constantly push their product to the public, and iterate based on consumer feedback. Which company does better? On today’s...

Duration:00:52:04

96: Mike Robbins, Why You Should Be Yourself At Work

8/13/2018
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“You don’t have to be vulnerable. But if you’re not, it’s going to be 10x harder for the people on your team to be that way with you.” - Mike Robbins (click to tweet) Monday morning means back to work. And as we sit down at our desks, we’re faced with the question: why does this feel the way it does? Over the weekend, we laugh and hang out with friends, and at work we find ourselves rigid and straight-faced. Tailoring dimensions of our personality for the workplace is inevitable, but just...

Duration:00:40:32

95: Sacrifice, Why It Should Be Your Daily Practice

8/10/2018
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“Would you choose the pastry or the ecstasy of optimized accomplishment?” (click to tweet) We all want our future reality to be superior to our current reality. But very few of us are actively choosing that course on a daily basis. We are swayed by the temptations and peer pressure of our friends, coworkers, and social circles. To pursue our goals requires a type of sacrifice that means endlessly keeping our eyes on the prize. On today’s episode of The MentorBox Podcast, we are...

Duration:00:14:41

94: Marco Santarelli, Debunking The 2 Most Common Misconceptions About Real Estate

8/8/2018
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“The United States is not one real estate market. There is no such thing as a national real estate market.” - Marco Santarelli (click to tweet) Real estate is all over the media. From TV shows like Million Dollar Listing to news reports about the fluctuating real estate market, we are undeniably being served a narrative about real estate. This story, more often than not, touches on the points that it’s easy to “flip” houses and that our national real estate market follows...

Duration:00:39:34

93: Dorie Clark, Reinventing Yourself Into Becoming A Thought Leader

8/6/2018
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“You are not the story. Take yourself out of the story.” - Dorie Clark (click to tweet) Are you working for a company or for a person? This question is more important today than ever before. The current landscape calls for businesses and products that are lead by people. Social media is structured to serve the person at the forefront of the company, the voice of the product, and the brains behind the business. That’s why on today’s episode of The MentorBox Podcast, we are joined Dorie...

Duration:00:47:35

92: Forgiveness, Why Your Toolbelt Needs It

8/3/2018
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“Guard your energy like a castle. Be militant about it if necessary.” (click to tweet) We must equally experience and observe. A healthy balance between these two forces is the recipe for success. Leaning too far in one direction will shift the balance into an unhealthy space. Those who observe too much often fall into the traps of analysis, and those who solely experience never take the time to zoom out and examine ways to improve oneself. On today’s episode of The MentorBox Podcast,...

Duration:00:13:28

91: Laura Wasser, Why Divorce Can Be Over Easy

8/1/2018
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“Sometimes people find they’re better co-parents when they’re not sharing a bed.” - Laura Wasser (click to tweet) Approximately half of all marriages end in divorce. So then why does it carry such a stigma in today’s world? If one out of every two marriages in our network are bound to end in a split, then we must adjust our idea of what it means to be married. According to the data, the likelihood of a lifetime partnership is just not in the human being’s favor. On today’s episode of...

Duration:00:53:43

90: Mike Zeller, How To Innovate Without Paying The Price

7/30/2018
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“When you have preservation as a greater focus, you’re going to lose innovation.” - Mike Zeller (click to tweet) Innovation is required for survival. But most companies forget this in their pursuit of profit. They lock on to strongly to the safe bets, those that ensure a steady gain month-to-month. However, this path plateaus over time, and the organization will become stagnant. To experience growth, resources must be allocated to innovation departments that aren’t constrained with...

Duration:00:32:05

89: Using The 4 Seasons To Hack Your Mind

7/27/2018
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“View each individual cycle of your life as a world unto itself.” (click to tweet) It’s hard to know when to work hard and when to relax. Today, more than ever before, the stress on productivity is constant. We feel we can do more with our days, squeeze more commitments into our free time, and then we will live a more fruitful life. But the reality is that we don’t. Increased productivity comes from a different perception of time, not squeezing more obligations into it. On today’s...

Duration:00:13:27

88: Alex Banayan, Why Your Success Has No Tipping Point

7/25/2018
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“My version of hacking is less Albert Einstein and more Forrest Gump.” - Alex Banayan (click to tweet) Success is marketed as something that happens overnight. But the truth is that behind every success story is a narrative of continuous hard work. Those who solely focus on getting a tad better with each day in front of them are the ones who end up at the top. On today’s episode of The MentorBox Podcast, we are joined by Alex Banayan to discuss his findings on success. Alex’s book, The...

Duration:00:51:35

82: Why Am I Not There Yet? The Answer Is Time

7/20/2018
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“Unless you break it down step-by-step and compare that potential reality to your current skillset—you are flying blind.” (click to tweet) Success doesn’t happen overnight. Our craft is a continuous grind, one that requires relentless and deliberate practice. As long as we stay focused on improving, we will eventually manifest the future of our dreams. However, this is easier said than done. On today’s episode of The MentorBox Podcast, we are discussing the timeline of success. So...

Duration:00:15:10

86: Tiffani Bova, Are You A Visual Learner?

7/16/2018
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“I don’t want to oversimplify where it’s insulting. I just want to be supportive of a concept and idea.” - Tiffani Bova (click to tweet) The 21st century attention span is short. With our Macbooks and iPhones calling for every fiber of our attention, we’ve become conditioned to instant responses of information. But education isn’t this. To thoroughly learn a subject matter requires thoughtful and deliberate practice. That’s why on today’s episode of The MentorBox Podcast, we are joined...

Duration:00:40:10

85: Is Reading More Valuable Than Live Experience? Jim Rohn vs. B.C. Forbes

7/13/2018
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“Books offer stories, ideas, information, and artistry that might otherwise be inaccessible to you at your current place and time.” (click to tweet) We can’t just read. As tempting as it might be to endlessly get lost in books, we must also choose to live our own lives. A healthy balance between life experience and reading gives us the flexibility is the secret to success. Books teleport us to new realities, but experiencing the world ourselves is what gives us the superpower to write...

Duration:00:22:54

84: Molly Beck, Why You Should Start A Podcast

7/11/2018
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“Having a podcast is an amazing ‘excuse’ to reach out and meet new people.” - Molly Beck (click to tweet) Everyone is starting a podcast. It seems that with each week, somebody you know is posting about his/her podcast. Dogs, religion, weather—the topic of conversation doesn’t matter, anything goes in this new medium. But before you dive in and start your own, it’s important to take a step back and make sure you’re approaching it as deliberately as possible. That’s why on today’s...

Duration:00:39:58

83: Carmine Gallo, How You Can Talk Like TED: The Public-Speaking Secrets

7/9/2018
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“Storytelling is the singular, most powerful tool you have to transfer your ideas to another person.” - Carmine Gallo (click to tweet) We’ve all watched a bad speech. There we are sitting in the audience, either twiddling our thumbs in boredom or squirming in our chairs from anxiety. Public-speaking is no easy task, so we must make sure we do the prep work up front to best prepare for the limelight. On today’s episode of The MentorBox Podcast, we are joined by Carmine Gallo to...

Duration:00:40:40

82: Strengths and Weaknesses: Michael Jordan vs. Marilyn vos Savant

7/6/2018
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“Determine how you want to apply your intelligence and sharpen your saw to that specific end.” (click to tweet) We all have strengths and weaknesses. So we’re left with the decision: do we spend time working on our weaknesses or do we pursue our strengths instead? By pursuing the former, we create a more well-rounded individual. But if we choose the latter, we are able to cut through the noise by specializing and being that much better than the competition. On today’s episode of The...

Duration:00:28:20

81: Matthew Smith, How To Improve Your Emails

7/5/2018
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“Design should get business done.” - Matthew Smith (click to tweet) We are bombarded by advertisements all day long. Most we ignore, but some catch our eye. It is these advertisements that we must take note of. Understanding the robust design process behind them can help improve our messaging for our own product or service. On today’s episode of The MentorBox Podcast, we are joined by Matthew Smith. Matthew is an artist, design expert, and the founder of Really Good Emails. This...

Duration:00:44:23

80: Lauren Zander, What You Should Do With That Voice In Your Head

7/2/2018
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“The voices in your head don’t belong to you. They’re like weeds growing in the garden.” - Lauren Zander (click to tweet) Our alarm clock gets set to 6AM. We say we’re going to wake up early to go the gym before work. But then the alarm clock beeps, and the voices in our heads convince us that pressing snooze is okay. This is the core of the human condition; we must negotiate the conflicting interests of our internal monologue. On today’s episode of The MentorBox Podcast, we are...

Duration:00:39:14

79: Storytelling, Your Belief Overshadows Circumstance

6/29/2018
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“Any story you tell yourself often enough will become your reality.” (click to tweet) The voices in our heads are convincing. They will elegantly apply the stories we know to the events in our lives to make sense of the world around us. This process is inevitable, so we must make sure that the narratives we choose to tell ourselves are holding us to an honest reality. On today’s episode of The MentorBox Podcast, we are discussing the importance of these stories. Why do you hold...

Duration:00:22:30