I am stoked to bring my man Aubrey Marcus back on The School of Greatness.
Aubrey is one of the smartest business leaders I know, as well as a huge inspiration to me for fitness, mindset, and excellence.
Since he was in LA writing his book, we decided to record a podcast about something Aubrey knows A LOT about.
He has studied the champion’s mindset extensively and has incredible insight into what makes a champion from talking to his friends, who are world-class athletes.
This time around, Aubrey is sharing the 8 major characteristics that create a champion – and they are gold.
Get ready to take notes and be hugely inspired by my good friend Aubrey Marcus in Episode 273.
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“Who is in control of your mind? You are.”
Some questions I ask:
- How do we get into a serious relationship with our body?
- What are 3 or 4 rituals that most champions do in their daily life?
- How do you cultivate 100% belief in yourself?
In This Episode, You Will Learn:
- About Aubrey’s new book he’s working on
8 Characteristics of Champions
- Champions utilize belief to their advantage
- Champions are great students
- Champions are tough
- Champions master their minds
- Champions have rituals
- Champions are absolutely relentless
- Champions are in a serious relationship with their body
- Champions have a great team
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