In this new Mastery Session called The 2 Drivers of a Remarkable Life, I dig deeper into what makes heroes heroic. And how you too can step up your mindset and behavior to get there fast.
In this Mastery Session I'll walk you through insights on how to x20 the quality of your work (based on Italian examples like Moncler and Ferrari), ways to scale your inspiration (from art like Trevi) and a lesson from a master in a cheese shop to make life vastly better [thank you Roberto!].
A little while ago I came across a PBS special on one of my favorite heroes, Thomas Edison. This is a man with so many patents, who achieved so much, who was so devoted to bringing on genius into the world. He clearly changed our lives. This Mastery Session is all about is his Menlo Park, where he developed this laboratory in a huge warehouse space, where he and his small team would go to work on their inventions. It would be a place where Edison could get away from the world and where he could get his best ideas, distraction-free, to bring on what he did to the world.
Transcending what terrifies you and finding freedom from fear is one of the primary pursuits of people rising to world-class, both in their work and within their lives. The project you are most scared to do is the one that holds your greatest growth. So why flee from it? In this hot new Mastery Session, I walk you through some of my best thinking on how to become braver, stronger and more creative in the face of resistance.
It's common to hear, "I'm getting older so I need to workout less" or "I'm not 21 anymore so I need to become less of a dreamer and more practical." The vast masterpieces of art, business, science and humanity were not constructed by practical people. And many of them were far older than 21 :) In this Mastery Session, I'll walk you through some potent insights + tactics to become ageless. So you become peerless.
If you’re amped to access your hidden talents, become uncommonly true to you, install rare-air audacity and learn how to transcend what terrifies you, check out this Mastery Session on Leaving The Cult of Average. And please remember: it doesn’t matter where you start, only that you begin.
Even though I see beautiful change in the world as more people in business embrace the ideal of monomaniacal value creation and a career built on authentic contribution [business used to be only about money versus craft, community and acute service to humanity], some still feel that is they give a lot, they'll lose too much. And so I've created a Mastery Session called "How to Stop Being Used". It's pretty short but pretty valuable for you as a Leader Without a Title, A-Player and world-lifter.
Here’s the great seduction of a human life: we postpone doing what matters most until some time in the future when we hope it will all be easier. And yet, you’re smart so you know the truth: there will never be a better day than this day to step into the life you’ve always longed to live [and start becoming the person you’ve always hoped to be]. To reconnect you with the preciousness of life and to give you some tactical insights to x25 your sense of energy and fulfillment, I’ve made a new Mastery Session called 5 Things To Do Before You Die.
Part of what made people like Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa and Mahatma Gandhi legendary were the words they spoke. Please just think about it: words of hope can lift whole nations. And words of hate can destroy entire races. Victimspeak will diminish your personal output while leadertalk will galvanize it. In this short but insight-filled Mastery Session you’ll learn how the best leaders inspire and move people to brilliant results.
So often, when I travel across the planet to deliver my Lead Without a Title presentation, my beloved event attendees ask me: "Robin, when will you write a book that helps parents raise children who are leaders?" - I have no plans to write a parenting book. But what I did do, given how many people want good information on the subject, is record a new Mastery Session called How to Grow Great Kids.
In this Mastery Session I'm going to offer you some tactics that I use to make that leap from a difficult day into you being at your best again.
This episode is all about the 5 consistencies of Game-Changers, I'll share a mneumonic to help you remember these 5 insights. It's a bit of a strange mneumonic, but it's basically this: “Elephants Do Silly Postures Working.”
A job is only just a job if you choose to see it as just a job. Why would you lose the opportunity to leverage what you do every day?
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Being a leader is about what you give versus what you get. In this episode, I’ll invite you to play with 5 POWERFUL insights on shifting from scarcity to leadership.
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What I want to do in this Mastery Session is really walk you through the tools I've used in my own life to get through very difficult times.
A lot of people are very careless with their language. I mean, the words you use can lift up your energy, make you more creative. The words you use either allow you to do world-class things or the words you use deny your talents.
This Mastery Session really got me thinking about people who divorce themselves from the world and go out into the wilderness just to think and just to learn about themselves and just to be. In this world where so few of us are comfortable being alone, being in the wilderness, in this world where almost everywhere you go there's technology and there's noise and there's complexity. Almost everywhere you go people want to talk, talk, talk, talk. Just imagine what your life would be like as a creative person, as a leader, as a productive person, as a producer, as a human being if you installed a weekly ritual of going for a walk in the woods. To me, it's like a tonic from toxicity.
This Mastery Session is all about a question I get asked from time to time: "What's the true purpose of life?". Also in this episode, I take you back to my childhood and share some insights I've learned that can be of great use to you.