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Hey there!

Julien and I had a funny 10 second cameo on Dexpedition (MTV Europe) this week.

http://www.vgtv.no/#!id=57511

(Fastforward to around 15:20 -- was a lil skit we came up with for fun, loved the idea that people who follow both RSD and Dex would suddenly have their "worlds collide" in a comedic fashion.)

btw I love how it shows the Los Angeles scene.

With high stimulus seeking hoes like in that video, and the type of culture you see here, NO WONDER you see us yelling "SLUT!!  DOG!!" at half these girls lately. :)

(Just kidding, wouldn't do that...And girls do NOT like it.)

My San Francisco program was absolutely awesome btw, I've been recording infield footage at every spare moment I have -- even running out at the end of program to hit up sets and get it in.

Hot Seat 3 is coming along nicely, it helps that I went out 2 years straight since Hot Seat 2 and am killing it with a somewhat frightening degree of precision lately.

Here's my schedule for the upcoming few months.  Come on a program with me!

December 7, 2012: Las Vegas (I'm @ Tony Robbins "Date With Destiny" earlier in the week btw)
December 20, 2012: Orlando
January 3, 2013: Los Angeles
January 17, 2013: Dallas
February 7, 2013: Aspen, Colorado
February 14, 2013: New Orleans
February 21, 2013: Miami

www.rsdfreetour.com / www.rsdhotseat.com / www.rsdbootcamp.com

I have a 3 person team that handles ALL of your questions about RSD events -- Stuart, Huey, and David -- all guys in their 20's who are highly active in the game and pimp it with instructors personally, call them any time to talk game or ask any questions you want!

NORTH AMERICA (Toll Free): +1 (888) 546 7286
EUROPE: +44 (0) 2079 934 034
AUSTRALIA: +61 280 155 522
ASIA: +81345789305

Lastly, Julien and I are going to be running "5 Day Alumni-Only Bootcamps" in New Orleans for Mardis Gras, and Miami South Beach during the infamous "Model Season" this Spring. So if you're considering attending then start looking into it now!

www.modelseasonbootcamp.com

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Okay so I've got 2 videos uploading for today, but only one of them was ready on time so we're gonna go with ONE this week and then I've got another one I'll do next week.

I realize that if you're accustomed to massive numbers of videos posted from me every week this may be somewhat of a withdrawal, but I can promise that this video is absolutely worth it!

You may remember a month ago I'd posted a video about why I didn't like math growing up, and how later I thought it was a stupid thing to say because I didn't articulate myself properly.

Basically what I was trying to say was that I've found many secrets for rapidly learning, internalizing, and IMPLEMENTING huge amounts of new ideas.

Like HUGE FUCKING AMOUNTS of new ideas.

And as a result of this simple method, my mind has become something I never imagined it could be.  And my abilities to navigate the world have evolved amazingly as well.

Well in this video I'm going to TEACH you how I do this.  Put on your seat belt cause you're in for a ride!

CLICK THIS VIDEO NOW TO LEARN THE SECRETS THAT TYLER HAS RECENTLY COME TO UNDERSTANDING ABOUT RAPID LEARNING, AND NOW SHARES....


Fun stuff huh!

San Francisco club scene is not the best for recording infield footage cause the girls are super smart but don't exactly doll up.

But this girl was 22 and highly intelligent and fun.

Guess what I cut out of the clip btw?  I actually straight JACKED her from her man, right then and there, as he chased frantically and tried to convince her to come back.

(That's why I ripped her away so fast and yelled at her to hold attention)

She loves me cause I treat her how she wants to be treated, not like her BORING dude.

I know, I know, horrible.  But her choice, it's not exactly like she couldn't see the type of guy she was getting.  Probably she was bored of him.

Anywayzzzzz fun times!

Hope you got a lot of value out of my concept for learning.

You do NOT need to be born intelligent.

Simply have a vision, walk the journey, get a sense of urgency, and allow your "RAS" to do the rest.

It's a natural process -- a sort of "vortex" you can slip into -- and if you do so, you stand to benefit from huge results.

And remember obviously that while learning amounts of new information, it only works if you GO OUT!!

GO FUCKING OUT!!  You don't learn this shit in any other way.

(Doing so makes all these videos on the frontpage very worthwhile!)

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Okay so I'm off to grab lunch and I'll see you soon.

Hit me back with comments about your thoughts on learning and internalization!!  I want to know your experiences!

Have you ever learned any new skills in the way I described?  If so, how?  If not, what will you do to change that?

Thanks for reading I'll talk to you soon! :)

Tyler
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babylonAD

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nice job man
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 Awesome!
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Damn Owen, you're such an inspiration. I wanna be like you someday.
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Thanks Owen!  I was literally just wondering about how to implement massive amounts of new information because I am getting burried at work.  I thought that if I could find tools to implement quickly I would be able to relax a little and actually catch up.  Or, perhaps I would voluntarily put more work onto myself anyways :D

Sorry for ranting guys, Thanks again Owen!
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wow, new favorite video
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Infield outburst !  Infield outburst !  Yeah !!!

Love it !

From a marketing standpoint, these outbursts definitely work. The Alex Hot Seat will be the third HS I attend - I'm even considering getting a global pass. 

And I'll definitely attend the Hot Seat 3. Meanwhile I have to keep on mackin' girls. How boring... #ThisCouldBeAJulienOneLiner
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Great video as usual.

What I find fun was your action during the Dexpedition Show. Insted of being inhibited because of all this program shooting, you actually own the reality and steal whole show for this 20 seconds. That's what  "I am the party" mentality means:)!
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Russell Brand the English comedian, in an interview, tells this story (this is word for word) of Lester Bangs the journalist who goes to see Elvis in Vegas, not long before he died. He went expecting to see this parody, this ridiculous thing, he had heard the jokes of the food, the drugs and the Memphis mafia. But when Elvis walked on the stage whoa that voice, it was Elvis fucking Presley. Inspite of everything; it never left him.

Russell Brand goes on to say, no matter what happens...I'll be alright, just me. It doesn't matter if all your looks go, if the money goes...whatever. If you cherish and grow that thing inside of you, you'll have that always, no matter what.

I always like that story.

DISCLAIMER: THESE ARE MY OPINIONS, DO NO SEEK MY VALIDATION, THINK FOR YOURSELF YOU BUTCH OF ANNOYING BASTARDS.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9czBBKof7Yo

I will be back in a couple of weeks.

DISCLAIMER: THE VIDEO AND THAT BIT OF TEXT ARE COVERED BY THE FIRST DISCLAMER.

Thanks,
Chris
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 Unbelievable, from truth about success to this the content is gold!
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machine81

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 In my journey it has been belief in myself, time management and faith in hard work that has kept me learning and growing.

Thanks for the support!!
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Hey, Tyler! I'd like to thank you all from RSD for the great job and for helping so many people. I know that I have to be responsible for my own life, but I'd like some advice. I am in my mid 20s and live in a really really small town in Brazil, with no nightclubs. Here everybody literally knows everybody, so it's impossible to do cold approach pickup, because you will meet those people every day, and I'm not part of the "cool groups". People here party in a different way - in those little town festivals that take place once a year, with gigs that take place on stages in open areas like town squares or fields, and in closed social circles, like parties for 20 friends at someone's house. Many people leave town when they are 18 to go to big cities in order to go to college, so there aren't so many young people here. I attended college in a bigger town near mine. Although I'm poor , I have a job that I love. I considered going to big cities and searched for jobs, but all of them required me to already live near the workplace in the big cities and the salary wasn't enough to rent a place (obs: The next olympic games and Soccer World Cup will be in Brazil, so the rents are going up, and for this reason, I can't afford to live in a big city). I like the self-help part of the videos that you and the other instructors post on RSD Nation, but I can't go to clubs and practice those things. I'd really appreciate some advice. Thanks for your attention.
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Awesome video loved it ! keep it coming more.
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lol i literally wait for this man to release new videos. you don't do it enough, bro.
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 For me its like, my game is becoming better, I get results, I eat clean and stuff but it seems like Im becoming more agressive, I dont know... like I insult more girls, Im more negative about womans behavior, I cant fall in love.. have you ever had that?


null. You look way better btw 
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Yo dude this was one of your best videos so far, maybe top 5 you've ever posted, including the 50min-1hr or even 2hr long ones. It was fucking clear, concise, stream of consciousness, and your long monologue didn't have any switching cameras/angles or cutting, and I feel like it made your message/ideas seem more real. Especially with no distractions in the background with the darkness and all, it was very focused delivery. Something like this from time to time with that kind of get off your ass/motivational topic is some potent amazing shit. Great video.
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Sweet. Too bad I couldn't make it up to SF, I definitely will be there in December for Alex's Hot Seat.

This video is interesting because I remember watching you're video on willpower where you shot in Arizona I believe. I remember disagreeing with it because I didn't necessarily believe in the concept of willpower. I always believed that how much "strength" you had to do something was directly correlated with how much motivation you had to accomplish said thing. That and also building habits where accomplishing something consistently becomes effortless.

The book "The Power of Habit" by Charles Duhigg helped me to realize that accomplishments aren't some great feat of willpower but implementing consistent habits that are easy to maintain.

This video is more in aligment with what I believe personally, not that it really matters but it's cool regardless.
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You jacked that guys Cab!  what a jerk you are Tyler
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Epic!!!! Look at this fucking slut, look at this dog
"can we meet in a different moment in a different place?"
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Noronha wrote:
 For me its like, my game is becoming better, I get results, I eat clean and stuff but it seems like Im becoming more agressive, I dont know... like I insult more girls, Im more negative about womans behavior, I cant fall in love.. have you ever had that?


null. You look way better btw 
hey bro can relate to what your saying ive had similar problems....where i become snarky or cynical towards the girls when they dont react the way you want....as i became better at pickup the ego around my player identity would also become bigger. You just gotta break the pattern and maintain awareness, obviously theres nothing wrong with a bit of teasing and bantering but if your becoming emotionally reactive to the birds its a sign your egos creeping in the back door:)
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Noronha wrote:
 For me its like, my game is becoming better, I get results, I eat clean and stuff but it seems like Im becoming more agressive, I dont know... like I insult more girls, Im more negative about womans behavior, I cant fall in love.. have you ever had that?


null. You look way better btw 
hey bro can relate to what your saying ive had similar problems....where i become snarky or cynical towards the girls when they dont react the way you want....as i became better at pickup the ego around my player identity would also become bigger. You just gotta break the pattern and maintain awareness, obviously theres nothing wrong with a bit of teasing and bantering but if your becoming emotionally reactive to the birds its a sign your egos creeping in the back door:)
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Awesome article/video - really deep and means a lot!  Very motivational !!

More information on how to properly get your RAS working/thinking... Thanks for the wealth of info
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kind of was in a haze for a while but knew i would eventually find a way back to my journey.

but this video put me back on track immediately. now that i've lost and found the path, i feel a major differenece between living in a haze and battling through the small stuff every day - i'm so much more happier when i'm on my path than taking the short term easy way out and i'll remeber this feeling of fulfillment every time i vier off track.

thanks again owen. one of the best vids i've watched on RSD for me personally.
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COOL VID!!! You're realiy ripping some intense subjects and its fuckng inspiring. Its so true, that life just transforms into this super interesting thing where you just want to learn more and more and more. BUT only as long as you can see the immediate value of it. Example. I read the Ultra Mind solution this summer and it tranformed my entire life pretty much over night. I stopped eating any unhealthy food whatsoever quitted coca cola, candy, crisps all that stuff. And began eating green and clean plus a shitload of recommended supplements. Now Im still eating the healthy diet, but it is exactly the same as I ate two months ago. I dont have the sence of urgency to learn more about healthy food and cook healthier and more interesting and tasty dishes - developing my skills and knowledge further. I guess I dont really see the value in it, since my diet is already super healthy and I know how to cook all the stuff, so I dont have to exert myself. 

Furthermore: I really like where you say something along the lines of "I feel blessed that I found my niche in such a young age".. Personally I love pick up and personal growth A LOT. Huge passion and source of inspiration. But deep down I still feel like its a fun hobby (the pick up, that is). I dont have the sense that it was what I was put on earth to do. I have really tried to nail what the fuck it is I love so much and so deeply that it is my absolute passion... I used to be captain for sports teams and that was definitely a path for me. I loved being a leader and ispire the shit out of people around me, but I got some injuries and am out of that game now. I think I have been struggling ever since with finding my true passion and the path I want to walk to mastery. 

Anyywways.. Funny with the Dex, how did you meet them, did they just call you or what was the case?
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Sage advice!  What I'm coming to find out as I get older is that cultivating a sense of urgency can be a detriment.  It produces too much stress on your mind which messes with your body and your thinking process.  Better to implement good habits, and respond as best as you can to what the moment brings.  You lay a lot of emphasis on knowledge, cultivating intelligence, etc...  Well and good but all that knowledge can become its own burden!  I've never seen people so in their heads as people who do pick up, myself included.  But I guess it's all part of the journey.   In my own experience of the game, I've found a similar mentality that espoused in the Matrix, "Do not try to bend the spoon — that's impossible. Instead, only try to realize the truth: there is no spoon."  More and more I've found myself taking my shifting mental and emotional landscape less seriously and realizing I'm probably wrong about almost everything I think.
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 The talk about feeling that urgency and becoming passionate about things is awesome! 

Fantastic!! 
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I was in field and therefore unable to be the FIRST poster on this article. I sincerely appologize for your inconvenience.
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Your level of passion amazes and inspires me man, I love how you spoke fast to drive home the "sense of urgency" emotionally and linguistically too

Im actually studying physicalism in philosophy right now and I'm really curious about what your views are on the mind itself
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 Great Vid!

I have noticed a lot of the same patturns on my journey. Once I get a sense of clarity I am a machine and go and go getting my diet together, exercising, going out, and gaining momentum. I run into problems when I tend to burn out though. I'll cycle through periods of being extremely "on" and killing it to periods of losing my vision and walking around in a daze. I've taken the approach of viewing these as necessary parts of the path and trying to push through them skillfully or taking them as hints that I need to rest though sometimes I feel like I am lost then found then lost again. 

What are some resources you use to clarify your vision so you can get your RAS in tune?
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 Damn Owen,

Great video. I wanna hear more about this. A lot of your followers are college aged and would greatly benefit from hearing more on this.
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Sharing your wisdom like this is so fucking humble. 
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Kindred

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This is literally so on point it's not even funny. Pure truth.

I really hope to meet you one day when I'm ready to get the most out of doing so.
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This is possibly the best video ever that I will watch over and over and never ever get tired of.

Awesome Infield Outburst of Julien's pick up lines in action and then the best speech on learning I've ever heard.

What more can you ask for..

Thank you for this Tyler.
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 Thank you Owen! 

So Much Value!

Here is what stuck with me the most: The sense of urgency. So key. I'm feeling it more and more.

Thank you.

Have an awesome time with Date With Destiny (you'll firewalk and crush your limiting beliefs :P )
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wow. great video tyler. really spoke to where im @ currently in the game. Im taking to many numbers and not trying to F close enough
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Solid shit T-bone.  I'm feeling dat passion.

I've really noticed that those little daily habits you harp on, when aligned to your overall life goals, really create unfathomable amounts of momentum over the long-term.  Suddenly 6 months have gone by and those small habits not only bring you results but suck you into pickup more and more.  

I am so addicted to going out because it just whets my appetite for more and more success.   
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#36

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 Im going to go break my TV. Great video it was inspiring. This website always has uplifting videos. bravo, Owen.
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#37

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Tyler,  I'm in SF and I want to see you or participate in one of your seminars. I'm searching in your blog, I couldn't find anything yet. Please a contact email, or number, or something
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#38

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Thanks Tyler.

I've felt guilty for not completing university, but I simply wasn't learning anything. I thought there was something wrong with me, like, why couldn't I finish I started? But that was just 20 years of social conditioning saying that my only worth and value was how well I am doing in school. I still feel bad about it, but I know my time is better spent elsewhere, like finding my niche/passion like you mentioned.

Thanks for helping me feel a little more "normal" and understood, haha.
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paradox wrote:
Lester Bangs the journalist who goes to see Elvis in Vegas, not long before he died. He went expecting to see this parody, this ridiculous thing, he had heard the jokes of the food, the drugs and the Memphis mafia. But when Elvis walked on the stage whoa that voice, it was Elvis fucking Presley. Inspite of everything; it never left him.

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Great job attacking that smoker, thats what i feel like doing everytime im in vegas. I had the same exp with math growing up never thought about it in the way your saying. Haha wonderful infield!! i was hoping you put in the part where you pretended to like hold her down and scold her... Litterally made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up when you started screaming at her. So baller. 
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#41

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 Holy shit what a coincidence. I'm pissed right now. Like, really fucking pissed, and this energy has been great for putting more into my workouts/eating/vocal practice/all other self improvement things. But the hard party is going back to fun/party mode while socializing. This vibe is definitely not good for that haha 
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 Tyler, you have no idea how much you have influenced my life. I started watching your videos my freshman year of college (I'm now a Senior) and have been watching you constantly progress and go deeper down the self-developent rabbit hole than I thought possible. I'm proud to say that mostly thanks to you and RSD, I get laid by a different girl almost every single weekend, am used to making out with multiple girls every time I go out and have an amazingly hot girl that is some fucked up version of a girlfriend that my friends think I'm insane for not dating exclusively. But more importantly what I have learned from you is what I think you always try to emphazise in all of your content. I've become incredibly confident, I have two excellent jobs that I struggle balancing my time with not because I need the money but  just because I enjoy the challenge and am honestly gratyfied for the chance to do possitive work there. I do great in school and work my ass off. I have a clear vision and clear career prospects for my future and even my relationship with my family is great. It seems that everyone around me looks to me as a source of positiveness and as an example, and it's because I honestly believe that I am. I read all the books I ever hear you recommend (and please recommend more!) and they have helped my development as much as you have. I started working out and doing a weight gaining diet not because I thought it would help with girls (I weighed 140lbs and hooked up with more girls than anyone I personally know) but because I fucking felt like being better just for the hell of it. Now I'm starting to get pretty buff and have increased a full shirt size.
I never go on RSD nation for the advice on women anymore. The shit you put out helps me become a better man. Getting girls is just a perk of being a really good man. I have also been trying Julien's ridiculous shit and it's been working amazingly, but honestly I think that I could take tactic-based advice from a crackhead and it would work just as well. It took me four years to fully grasp how that shit really doesn't matter that much.
Sorry this is long but I felt the need to let you know how much you've personally contributed to my success. I'm feel like the happiest, most badass motherfucker in the planet and SO MUCH of it is thanks to you. Your work is unbelievably important and I believe it can make a more positive impact to a person than almost anything else I know of. I will always be supporter of RSD and your work and reccommend it to everyone who is willing to try it out. Much love man.
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#43

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That's a good vid :)
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#44

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 I love the little glimpses of infield footage you're peppering into your recent vids! It's so motivational.
Watching instructors  give great content is amazing but sometimes I end up thinking 'Wow that instructor is so cool! He's an amazing public speaker, very wise etc' as opposed to 'wow that instuctor is so cool! and his game is off the chart' but now it's both. Hammers the point home. Get's my RAS back on why I'm actually going out so much. 
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 Great Stache!
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#46

Surkov

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Thank you for the video.

Btw: Tim Ferris new book "4-Hour Chef" will be also on learning and could be quite interesting for you regarding methods on how to learn efficiently.
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The Struggler

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Owen, seriously, that was awesome. Just... plain... awesome. Thanks bro.

(Going to add Covey to my reading list right now -- just finishing "Mastery" first -- shit I've got so much to read. Some days I feel lost: Reading, noting, internalised. Head's just fucking spinning).


Rog.
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#48
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Wow.
This video was one of the best ever.

Funny enough I was already aware of about 80% of the content
but the fact that all these helpful thoughts were compressed into one short video + the new ideas/angles made it exceptional.

Thank you!


Also I liked the delivery. A rant would have been less inspiring for me personally ;)
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#49

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I feel your energy in that video and the authenticity of what you're saying shows.

Totally agree with there is no good or bad, it just is and everything is good. Although we
need to be reminded of that constantly as not to get dragged back into the mud.
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Tyler sounds like his going to jump from that mountain and break that bridge in half

fucking good video
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