In this weeks brew, Josh writes about a Tony Robbins video he is revisiting, the most absurd festival he attended this past weekend and a quote from the co-founder of Twitter he is contemplating.
Proximity is often the driver of success. In this post, I tackle this thought that has been on my mind of recent.
Proximity is crucial to transforming your life. If you are in proximity to great people, content and environments -- there is no reason you can't achieve a level of success that you envision.
I've had many tipping points in my life -- some, less significant than others. The two major tipping points that I will share have shaped who I am today. And, by no means am I any better or worse than you are -- I just believe I would be in a very dark place without these tipping points.
After Dan Harris, the host of Good Morning America, had a complete meltdown on air, he searched for a solution to the voices converging in his head that ultimately lead to his mental stutters. He wrote a book called 10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works— although the title does sound a tad misleading, it couldn’t be more true. Hearing about his book lead me to Headspace which ultimately got me into meditation.