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So you might not know this…
But as a kid, I was actually kind of an idiot!
Growing up, I didn’t know you were supposed to sleep with your eyes closed 😐
Nobody ever told me you were supposed to close your eyes when you go to sleep lol…
Also, I never used soap until I was 18 or 19, because I didn’t know you were supposed to.
Man… the things my parents should’ve taught me but didn’t…
So why does this matter?
Well, even though I grew up completely oblivious to SO MANY things that were common sense, I actually ended up doing OK in life!
You figure for someone who was dumb growing up, they’d end up picking beans for a living or under disability care or something.
But right now, I live in the most beautiful city in the world just a few blocks from the beach…
With my awesome girlfriend who I’ve been with for 6 years…
And run a business that allows me to reach my full potential and work in my zone of genius everyday.
So even though my parents didn’t “raise” me in the best way possible… they did give me the ONE thing that’s led to all my success.
One thing that’s let me live a life of greatness, which I couldn’t have done without them.
So, check out this week’s podcast to see what that “Thing” is, and how you can cultivate it to achieve whatever you want in life!
Click the links above to this week’s episode (iTunes, Stitcher, YouTube).
And as always…
If you’re parents screwed raising you up, you can still fight and claw your way back.
Check out the 2 book recommendations I make that will completely change your life
(Atlas Shrugged & The 6 Pillars of Self Esteem)
AND if you want to go even deeper, I’ve created a program that encompasses all the Inner-Game mastery you will ever need.
You can check it out here (click here). It’s called The Baseline and one of my masterpieces of my life’s work.