Mastery—it’s something many would like to have, but relatively few attain. We’ll discuss that in our Thought of the Day. And later, in today’s interview, entrepreneur and podcasting legend John Lee Dumas shares the three main characteristics of mastery itself. That and more on today’s show.
Bob’s Thought of the Day
- The relationship between your natural talent and your decision to make it happen in your journey to mastery.
- Several insights from Robert Greene’s fascinating book Mastery.
- Why mastery is a process that involves a lot of work, but is accessible to everyone.
Interview with John Lee Dumas
- Why 100 days is such an important timeline for accomplishing big goals.
- The difference between busyness and productivity.
- The 3 main characteristics of mastery, and why each one is important.
- How the Army helped instill a sense of discipline into John’s life.
- How to “win tomorrow today” by creating a master plan for the next day.
- The danger of focusing too much on O.P.A. (other people’s agendas) such as social media and email.
- How to master F.O.C.U.S. (follow on course until success) by avoiding “weapons of mass distraction” and using the Pomodoro method of productivity.
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