How To Remove Mental Blocks And Make Your First Million – John Whiting


How To Remove Mental Blocks And Make Your First Million – John Whiting

We all could have a long, exhaustive list of why we can’t move forward. We probably have a fear of failure, an impostor syndrome, or too conscious about what others would say.

No matter what the reason is, it’s possible to triumph over them by removing mental blocks. Our guest this episode, John Whiting, helps entrepreneurs to overcome all those negative thoughts and manage them effectively. He is the CEO of Bulletproof Entrepreneur, where his lessons have served over 2,000 students. 

3 Key Points

  • Most of the time, we already know what we want to do and what we want to do. Our negative thoughts and how we handle them is what keeps us from being successful.
  • Awareness of your positive and negative lenses will help balance out your thoughts.
  • Identify what tool you need to use out of the wide range of available ones.

Cliff notes

LinkedIn was utilized to generate thousands of leads.

John met a coach who shared why a lot of things he learned from mainstream lessons weren’t working. He worked with him intensively for four days a week, for two and a half years. This is where he saw how he could overcome different mind blocks he had and allowed him to scale the agency and eventually sell it.

The lack of “how-to” information is not the problem. It’s usually about being afraid to fail, self-doubting abilities, doubting yourself, and other people’s judgements.

An inventory of both positive and negative can help to balance out how you look at things.

John and his team have ten different tools to help a person go through a thorough inventory and discharge it.

People go through life with imbalanced perceptions. But there is a way to be thorough and work through them.

“If you can’t manage your emotions, you can’t manage your money.”  – Warren Buffet.

The quicker you can balance those perceptions in mind, the easier it is for you to get back on the horse.

Just because somebody hands you a screwdriver doesn’t mean it’s the right tool to use right now. A real craftsman knows what tool to use and when.

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