EL 008: How to Train Your Brain to Achieve More – with John Assaraf
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John Assaraf was born in Israel, just like me. And just like most of the typical boys who go through a rebellious period and eventually mature, Assaraf has gone through a trouble-making time span when he was a teenager. You will hear about his story in the beginning of the podcast. It’s a “phoenix rising from the ashes” kind of success story anyone who has worked hard in their life could relate to. Learn how he cured his severe disease through the power of the brain and meditation at the young age of 22 and how he applied that state of positive thinking to his business life.
I would like to dedicate this podcast to the young people who are like John Assaraf in his teens, possessing a lot of ambition but screaming for direction on the inside, and to the people who are still confused and fearful about their future paths.
Ever wonder why some people are paralyzed by fear while others are able to stare it in the eye and continue taking action? If you’ve ever felt like fear is holding you back, you’re going to love this interview. John Assaraf is a serial entrepreneur, brain researcher, and CEO of PraxisNow, a brain-research company that creates some of the most powerful evidence-based brain retraining tools and programs in the world. In this episode he walks you step by step through a process you can use to break through mental barriers and begin taking massive action toward your goals.
To learn more about John Assaraf at http://johnassaraf.com.
In this interview you’ll learn:
• 3:29 – why business is a patter
• 8:15 – why most people don’t take action
• 22:43 – the main killers of success
• 23: 59 – failure is a key ingredient to success
• 29:03 – the importance of a vision board
• 37:03 – thought is the most powerful force in the universe
If you prefer to watch the discussion in action, here is my recorded interview with John Assaraf (please refresh your browser a few times if it isn’t loaded properly the first time):