How To Become Powerful - with Robert Greene - EP 293

Humans are incredibly powerful creatures, and we all want to portray our sense of power and never want to appear weak. Sometimes certain habits or insecurities can counteract this, but luckily today’s guest is an expert in what it takes to be truly powerful.

Robert Greene is an author and speaker known for his books on strategy, power, and seduction. Robert is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, The 33 Strategies of War, The 50th Law, Mastery, The Laws of Human Nature, and most recently, The Daily Laws. Robert’s first book The 48 Laws of Power was released in 1998 and condensed 3 thousand years of the history of power into these very influential laws that are highly regarded by anyone seeking to unlock their true power.

In this episode, Robert and Tony have a very deep and insightful conversation as they dive into several of Robert’s Laws of Power. After leaving over 60 jobs, Robert shares his realization that he was not meant to work for someone else, and what inspired him to write a book about power without first having any reputation. Whether you are a business owner or feeling frustrated at your corporate job, Robert’s insight is highly valuable and will help you position yourself as someone of power. In today’s digital world with the ease of sharing anything we want online, it has become even more critical to understand what it takes to be powerful.

Key highlights:

  • Robert’s background and why he decided to become an author after leaving over 60 different jobs
  • Law #1: Never outshine the master
  • Robert’s advice to people feeling frustrated with their boss at work
  • Law #4: Always say less than necessary
  • How does law #4 apply to social media?
  • Using absence to create respect
  • Law #9: Win through your actions and not through arguments
  • Law #15: Crush your enemy totally
  • Law #18: Do not build fortresses to protect yourself
  • Law #25: Recreate yourself
  • Law #28: Interact with boldness
  • Robert reflects on having a stroke in 2018 and what he learned about life, death, and mortality

Connect with Robert Greene:
Twitter: @RobertGreene
Instagram: @RobertGreeneOfficial

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Instagram: @365driven
Facebook: 365 Driven
LinkedIn: Tony Whatley

Billion Dollar Journey - with Alex Hormozi - EP 292


If there is a skill you want to learn or knowledge you want to acquire, the information is out there, whether that be through books, podcasts, or online. While consuming content and learning from others can teach you a great deal, the best way to learn is by actually playing the part and diving into whatever it is you want to do. Once you have the foundation, the information will be more likely to stick because it becomes applicable. Oftentimes, people get stuck in a consumption cycle and never actually apply it, but today’s guest is here to urge you to get started as he shares his billion-dollar journey.

Alex Hormozi is an entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist. In 2013, he started his first brick & mortar business, and within three years, he successfully scaled his business to six locations. He then sold his locations and spent two years turning 32+ brick & mortar businesses around using that same model. He then packaged his process into a licensing model which scaled to over 4000+ locations in 4 years and he also founded and scaled three other companies to $120M+ in cumulative sales in that same time frame. Alex scaled and exited 7 companies and transitioned from CEO to the owner/shareholder position in these companies in 2020, and founded as a way to invest in other businesses. Alex is known for his expertise in customer acquisition and monetization.

In this episode, Alex shares what he has learned from being who he wants to be online, and why he thinks so many people struggle to make content that converts. Alex explains how he learned some of the skills he applies in his businesses today, and why people fail to take action despite knowing what do to. He shares how he develops habits without having the “perfect” morning routine. Alex also dives into the 4 things you need to start a business, and the question everyone wants to know: What does content creation look like in the Hormozi household? Tune in for more.

Key highlights:

  • The problem with a lot of content
  • Who Alex has looked to as a mentor or teacher
  • Alex’s views on college - is it necessary?
  • Alex’s advice to start a habit
  • Thoughts on morning routines
  • What Alex learned from having a brick-and-mortar business
  • The 4 things you need to start a business
  • What Alex likes about brick-and-mortar vs. online space type of businesses
  • What content creation looks like in the Hormozi house
  • How often Alex and Leila release content online
  • What does their content team look like?
  • What is the deal with the Hormozi font?
  • Sneak peek of Alex’s next book

Connect with Alex Hormozi:
Instagram: @hormozi
LinkedIn: Alexander Hormozi
Twitter: @AlexHormozi

Connect with Tony Whatley:
Instagram: @365driven
Facebook: 365 Driven
LinkedIn: Tony Whatley

How to Get Superhuman Confidence - with Ed Mylett - EP251


Ed Mylett is back on the 365 Driven podcast, and you already know this will be an episode packed with lessons and advice from Ed that you are going to want to take notes on. Ed is an incredibly successful businessman, creator of the Arete Syndicate, and one of Tony’s mentors. Since being on the podcast in April 2020, Ed has gone through the loss of his dad and spent the last year writing his upcoming book, The Power of One More, which is a very in-depth guide full of Ed’s powerful strategies and insight that will guide you to a happier and more successful life.

In this episode, Ed takes us through some life-changing lessons that are included in his book that will benefit anyone, no matter what stage you are in your life. Tony and Ed’s conversation brings out a side of Ed that no one has asked about before. Ed exposes how our society is programmed to avoid pain, which is keeping everyone stuck and repeating the history of those before us. You are sure to hear a perspective from Ed that other people don’t talk about because it is hard to hear, but he doesn’t shy away from the truth bombs that are guaranteed to motivate you to take action in making the changes necessary to reach the potential you didn’t think was possible.

Key highlights:

  • Introduction to Ed and what he has been up to the past year
  • Dealing with the recent loss of his father
  • The concept of “Beginning with the end in mind” from Think and Grow Rich
  • The concept of “memento mori”
  • We all have visions on our life, the issue is depth perception, you think its further away than it is
  • You are one decision away, one meeting, one relationship, one thought, one book, one podcast away from a different life
  • Most people don't meet their highest self because they are not willing to go through the pain of getting there
  • How Ed developed his listening skills as a child
  • Truth bomb that’s hard to hear: “The most insidious form of child neglect is a parent not pursuing their ultimate potential. You’re instilling in that child that it's okay to settle.”
  • Most lessons our kids learn are caught not taught
  • We are programmed to avoid pain and not do hard things
  • Successful people pursue the inconvenient thing
  • How our parents instill their limitations in us
  • Why Ed is different from other people on social media
  • A different view of Ed: What his dogs mean to him
  • How to balance being successful and maintaining your family/parenting
  • Most people are operating out of their memory and history, but happy people operate out of their imagination and dreams
  • How to get your kids to be dreamers and have high confidence
  • Surround yourself with people that say “imagine when” not “remember when”
  • Your identity is the thermostat setting of your life
  • How to train your RAS (reticular activating system)
  • Anger is the manifestation of fear
  • The importance of finding emotional control in stressful situations: equanimity
  • How his book will apply to everyone
  • How to get access to Ed’s virtual event for free

Quotes from the episode:

  • “It's not the events of our lives that define us, it's the meaning we attach to it.”
  • “On the other side of temporary pain, you get introduced to your other self.”
  • “What if the highest potential exists in something we haven't even started yet?”
  • “Success is where your life matches the blueprint you have for it. You come up with a blueprint for your life and you get it”

Episode resources

Book: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Connect with Ed

Get free access to Ed's upcoming event:
Preorder The Power of One More:
Instagram: @edmylett

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Millions Of Sheep And So Few Lions - With Sean Whalen - EP0092

Sean Whalen is the CEO of Lions Not Sheep, the global movement for men, women and children. He's earned millions, lost it all, and earned it back again.

Sean is the best-selling author of "How To Make Sh*t Happen", host of "The Revolution Podcast", and a strategic business coach.

When he’s not rocking the stage or his own podcast mic, Sean can be found riding horses with his daughter, or racing off-road trucks in the Baja 1000 with his sons.

Sean Whalen
City, State or Country
Salt Lake City, UT
Company Name & Position Title
Lions Not Sheep, CEO
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Dropping Bombs of Hard Truth - With Brad Lea - EP0083

Brad Lea is a successful businessman and philanthropist. He is best known as the founder and CEO of LightSpeed VT, a global leader in web-based training and communication platforms with headquarters in Las Vegas.

Engaging, authentic and dynamic, Brad is passionate about helping people succeed. In fact, he’s created the "Dropping Bombs" podcast to help people succeed in Life and in Business.

He’s known for dropping bombs on a wide-range of topics that educate, inspire and deliver results. Brad’s bombs are explosive strategies you can leverage to obliterate any obstacle getting in the way.

Brad Lea
City, State
Las Vegas, NV
Business / Title
LightSpeed VT, Founder & CEO
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Millionaire Car Dudes - With Andy Frisella - EP0041

On this episode, two car dudes discuss... CARS! 😎

Andy Frisella is the Founder and CEO of 1st Phorm, a 9-figure Nutritional Supplement Company.

He is also the host of the top-rated business podcast, The MFCEO Project, which has also achieved the #1 ranking for ALL podcasts on iTunes.

I discovered Andy years ago, before these well-known business accolades. I knew of him as a badass car dude, having admired his collection of cars for several years.

In this episode:

🔸How cars motivated us to achieve more success
🔸Discover which car is Andy's favorite
🔸Mustangs that run over people
🔸Buying more car than you can afford
🔸Porsches are for douchebags

Andy Frisella
City, State or Country
St Louis, MO
Company Name & Position Title
1st Phorm, Founder and CEO

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