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Complete Guide: How to Get Anything You Want in Life

I was looking through some of my older posts that I did last year and I thought I’d do something really useful and cool. I’ve compiled all the posts from my “How to Get Anything You Want in Life” Series into this post. I HIGHLY recommend you read through each and every post. I actually […]

The Power of FOCUS

First off, thanks for the encouraging comments! I’ve been 100% focused on launching a new business the last 6 months. Yes, thing are finally taking off now, PLEW! (I’l do post on that later!) Anyways… I was talking to my wife yesterday and she brought up a GREAT point regarding the ability to focus and […]

UNREAL: The Rocky Story

A friend of mine just shared this with me and I gotta tell you, I WAS BLOWN AWAY. Liston to Tony Robbins tell the Sylvester Stallone (aka Rocky) Story…

Building Your Mental Muscle

physical and mental enduranceI’m BEAT right now. My personal trainer put me through the ringer.

I did lunges today (combined with a one handed shoulder press), and what got me was NOT my muscles.

I had the muscle strength.

My heart was pumping like CRAZY. I was completely out of breath.

What got me was my muscle ENDURANCE.

You see my trainer has me do less weight but more reps to build my endurance.

He’ll gradually increase the weights as well to build up my strength.

So what am I getting at here?

You need BOTH mental strength and mental endurance to achieve high levels of success. Just like you exercise your body you gotta exercise your mind.

So what exactly is the difference between mental endurance and mental strength?

Mental Strength
: Your ability to solve problems, overcome obstacles, and come up with creative ideas. This is a KEY skill for entrepreneurs. Think about it, are there more IMPORTANT skills for an entrepreneur than solving problems, overcoming obstacles and coming up with new ideas?

Mental Endurance : This is JUST as important if not MORE than having mental strength. Mental endurance is the ability to handle high levels of stress and responsibility.

It’s the ability to persevere in the face of failure.

It’s the ability to get BACK UP whenever you get knocked down.

It’s the ability to keep going when your mind is screaming “STOP! STOP! STOP!”

You could be a genius with vasts amounts of mental strength, but if you crack under pressure, when the going get a little tough, then you’ve LOST.

“Amit, this sounds great, I GET IT! But how do I build mental strength and mental endurance.”

Other than just staying consistent and building your business, there’s one meditation technology I’ve been using that has allowed me to DRAMATICALLY increase my mental endurance AND mental strength.

I’ve been using this technology for the last 3 years, consistently.

This technology not only increases your mental focus and creativity (mental strength) over time it increases your threshold for the amount of stress you can handle.

It’s called Holosync and it’s the MOST powerful technology I’ve ever used for personal growth. One word of warning though, this technology is SUPER powerful so be sure to follow the instructions EXACTLY and NOT use it for longer than the instructions indicate (I’m SERIOUS).

Who are You REALLY Finding Fault With?

Just recovered from a mild fever that I caught on my way back from Russel’s mastermind AND I’m super excited about a bunch of ideas for new projects I’ve got, so I’ll make this post short and sweet.

Can you remember the last time you found fault with someone?

Come on, we ALL do it, even though we’d like to admit we don’t.

Now I’m NOT saying finding faults in other people is a good thing; you should definitely strive to always look for the best in people.

Here’s how to turn finding fault into a positive…

When you do find yourself finding faults in others realize that the faults you see in other people are likely faults you have yourself.

I’ve used this technique for years as a tool for introspection.


See and acknowledging your own faults is the first step towards self improvement.

LOL I know this is kinda deep, but hey, what better to follow the video of my trip to Hawaii.