So you say you want a revolution? Well don’t worry, it’s already happening and it has nothing whatsoever to do with the political game that the ruling oligarchs entice you to play once every four years. As the radical decentralization transforms the economy and finance and manufacturing and the media itself, the only question is whether or not you’re taking part in it. Yes, the revolution is happening, and no, it will not be televised.
Re-uploaded as TED have decided to censor Graham and remove this video from the TEDx youtube channel. Follow this link for TED’s statement on the matter and Graham’s response: http://blog.ted.com/open-for-discussion-graham-hancock-and-rupert-sheldrake/
Western civilization hangs by a thread – to rescue it, we must delve deep into the past to find out how to save the future. The fall of the Roman Empire closely mirrors the challenges currently facing Europe and North America – toxic multiculturalism, rampant immigration, runaway feminism, debt, currency corruption, wildly antagonistic politics – everything we need to know to save everything we love is written deep in the history of ancient Rome – all we need to do is look!
7 Life Lessons from Jim Rohn
1. You Attract Success
“Success is not to be pursued; it is to be attracted by the person you become.”
So few people realize this. Success is not something that you chase, it’s something that you turn into. Success comes from growth; it comes from growing bigger than the problems and obstacles that surround you.
Don’t search for success — commit to grow, commit to become, commit to do what you know to do, and you will attract success.
2. You Must Change
“Work harder on yourself than you do on your job.”
If you want change, you must change! You must work harder on yourself than you work on anything else. The greatest investment you will ever make is in yourself. Don’t invest in the stock market, if you haven’t first invested in yourself. Labor to become a better person; everyday you want to be slightly better than you were the day before.
3. Never Give Up
“How long should you try? Until.”
Never give up. If you just keep at it, eventually you will reach the top. It probably won’t happen in a year, but just imagine what could be achieved if you stayed focused for 20 or 30 years, or longer. When I say never give up, I don’t mean to imply that you should wait around for something to happen; what I’m saying is that you should make something happen.
Success is not that complicated. I like what Jim said, “Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basic fundamentals.”
4. Atmosphere is Critical
“You must constantly ask yourself these questions: Who am I around? What are they doing to me? What have they got me reading? What have they got me saying? Where do they have me going? What do they have me thinking? And most important, what do they have me becoming? Then ask yourself the big question: Is that okay? Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change.”
Who are you talking to? Who are you listening to? What seeds are being planted into your life? Atmosphere is critical! In order for your life to produce fruit, it must be planted in the right atmosphere. You wouldn’t try to plant tomato seeds in the dessert because it’s not the right atmosphere for a tomato seed to produce. Likewise, don’t try to become successful surrounded by negative people. Create an atmosphere where you can flourish. Learn to guard what you hear; guard what gets planted in your thoughts, so you can become all that you were destined to become.
5. Steady Progress
“Success is steady progress toward one’s personal goals”
My mother use to say, “Slowly but surely.” That’s exactly how your dreams come to pass when you commit to achieve them. Nothing happens overnight, look at anyone who’s successful. It’s taken them years to get there, sometimes decades, don’t think you are any different. If it took them years, don’t be surprised when it takes you years. In other words, manage your expectations, so you don’t get disappointed unnecessarily. Success is possible, but it won’t happen tomorrow, if you just began today.
Remember, success is not a single event; you don’t become a success in a moment. Success comes from moving in the right direction every day.
6. Set Your Sail
“It is the set of the sails, not the direction of the wind that determines which way we will go.”
Set your sail, or set your mind on what you want to accomplish. It’s not the circumstances of life that determine where you end up, it’s your commitment to arrive at your intended destination that determines your success.
7. Learn to See the Value of Time
“Time is more valuable than money. You can always get more money, but you cannot ever get more time.”
There is nothing more valuable than time. You can sow your time and get anything you want. You can sow your time and get more friends, more money, or better health. Nothing is more priceless than time, so never waste this precious gift. I’ve never met a rich man who didn’t value his time, and I’ve never met a poor man who did.
Learn to see the value of time because with time, anything can be accomplished!
London Real -> Dan Peña is by far one of the most eccentric American businessmen I have ever met, and I’ve seen my fair share over the years.
Dwelling in the 550 year old Guthrie Castle in Scotland, Dan was originally known for turning $820 into $450 million in the oil business in the 1980s. Since then he has taken a break from the business world to focus on mentoring elite executives and boasts a net worth creation of $50 billion. As Ripley used to say, “Believe it, or not.”
But one thing that cannot be denied is his charisma: a tantalising combination of Sigmund Freud, General George S. Patton, and the former Chairman of General Electric Jack Welsh. Dan gets straight to the point with his hard-hitting talk. No minced words and no cry babies allowed. And if you think what you see is opinionated, try having a chat with him off camera! He definitely gave me a piece of his mind.
I guarantee you will either love or hate Dan Peña, a reaction we have prided ourselves in at London Real over the years. During the interview I found myself asking that very same question, and after much deliberation have concluded that I quite like Dan Peña.
In fact I like him so much that I have decided to make it my mission to Mentor him in the fine art of the Ayahuasca Ceremony. Now we can truly unleash his power to the world.
Alan Michael Sugar, Baron Sugar is an English business magnate, media personality, and political advisor. According to the Sunday Times Rich List 2015, Sugar has joined the “billionaire’s club” with an estimated fortune of £1.4bn, and is ranked as the 101st richest person in the UK. In 2007, he sold his remaining interest in the consumer electronics company Amstrad, his largest and best-known business venture.
This is an unconventional video but I always say – “It always starts with your mindset”. Start thinking differently my friends.