Entrepreneur David Meltzer had to lose millions and strain relationships to realize his definition of success wasn’t making him happy or the man he wanted to be.
To put things back in perspective he made the shift from an ego-driven mentality, to a life of service that’s connected to his Sports 1 marketing firm and his role with the Unstoppable Foundation. The author of Connected to Goodness shares why giving is worth much more than receiving on this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu.
David shares the motivation behind giving out knowledge for free.
David talks about hitting rock bottom and the values he used to re-find his humility.
David and Tom discuss what hard work really means and ways to improve the way you do it.
David defines ego and how it hinders most people.
David describes how taking accountability for going bankrupt changed his life.
David breaks down the process of creating a plan to manifest your dreams.
David reveals the impact he wants to have on the world.
“You might as well do as many good deeds as you can. Open as many doors, smile at as many people, hug as many people as you can, and then when you create your void of giving and service, ask big.”
“I believe in being more interested than interesting.”
“If you understand ego and you understand time, you can have faith to be of service.”
“The ego is the only thing that stands between you and what you want.”
“The worst thing you can do is try to please everybody and say yes to everybody. You're made by the people you say no to.”
Thanks to Tom Bilyeu and Impact Theory https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnYMOamNKLGVlJgRUbamveA