Impact Goal Rush
Impact Goal Rush

Episode 6 · 10 months ago

Pete Cohen - Creating a life by design

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Pete Cohen explains how entrepreneurs can take steps to create bigger impact through living by design, connecting with a billionaire podcast guest and the key to consistently be podcasting.

A low and welcome to the impact Gorashpodcast, my name is Wuntin and in this episode we have Pete Coin Psa, he's alongtime, podcaster and autor of eighteen books, pit's going to berevealing some of his experience working with some of the Mosesuccessful people on the planet, and he shares a funny story of a billionairepodcast guest that actually has a company going outside of this plan toextract resources on the moon, so Listenin to this episode, Hi Peed. So welcome to the impactGoarush podcast. You know so one of the things that I know that you do is youhelp a lot of entrepreneurs to be more impactful? Could you share a bit aboutwhat's your top advice for people who want to make a bigger difference? So ifyou want to go and look at what the dictionary says seems to come fromFrench word, meaning a risk taker. But then, if you ask most ultrpreneurs,they wouldn't tell you that it's about risk, if you really dissected it a real eltrepreneurs, nothing to dowith risk. You've got a calling there's...

...something you have to do and that'swhere it comes from it. It's actually comes from the Sanscript, a sanscriptword, which means there there's something in you: It's a calling, aburning desire, something you've got to do and you have to do it, and thatmeans you're an Eltrepreneur, because no one else is doing what you're doingbecause they're not you. So I don't know whether that answers your question,but ultimately my advice to an entrepreneus find what really makes youcome alive and and do it. You preach people to really design tyeur life.Could you share a bit about? You know how how people can take some steps toits debt. In answer to your question, success always leaves clues and lots ofthese people like a Jim Ron, ND and Tony Robins. An all tell you thatsuccess leaves cludes well how you going to find out what those clues are.You got to ask. You got to be curious enough to try and work it out, and youknow today was an amazing day. It's still an amazing day, but we had youknow a billionaire and Avin coming to...

...see us. Oh Re, coming to see us, hewasn't traveling. We were going to do a zoom with Woun won on zoom and he couldn't make it because he's had afire on his island in the British Virgin Islands and he listend to himtalk hell. He talks about again. Success leaves clues find out wherepeople's pain is and find a solution to the pain that people have, and I knewthat. But when I heard him say that yesterday I thought Oh yeah, that's howyou change the world right. I love that that he's able to make such a bigdifference to the will just go and study him. I mean you know I mean, goand listen and if you really want to understand, if you can be reallybothered- which I don't think most people can, but that's Aot, maybeanother conversation, but you know he's been on those of podcast. I heard himon the School of greatness and I'm eltrepreneurial enough. You know so Iwant to thanks to you actually, because you've actually really helped me withmy podcast. I thought hi was like Kat...

...pushing me, so I thought. Oh I'm goingto pick some peopl on and I'm going to interview him and now it didn't comeoff today. But you know if you've got an island if you've got an island,you've got fire on it. Then I kind of it's okay. You know he wants to Rebook,but I'm so excited about him, because it's not because he's a billionaire. Imean that's nice, but if you listen to him and you find out what really makeshim tick, what makes him tick is making his children tick. He wants hischildren to have more of an impact than he has and he's got some big guals. You know he'sgot the right to mine on the moon. You know so we've got to get wound an themoon so funny and that's the other thingabout eltrepreneus. You have to have a sense. I don't think it Wal. If Ididn't have a sense of Humori I'd, be in trouble. So Pete, one of the thingsthat you've been doing is you've, been doing the audio radio, an Yourwnpodcast for five years. Could you share a bit about your experience? What whatkeeps you motivated? What inspires you?...

Why? Why do you keep doing it? It'ssuch a good question because I could give you countless examples of thingsI've done which I've stopped. You know I've started and done for a bit, butyou know yeah. It was two thousand and sixteen January whereI started my three six five podcast and we've done pretty much an episode everysingle week. I don't actually know exactly what keeps me going, but I justlike it. I like the fact of just talking and the fact that someone mightlisten and they might take something away, plus the fact I've interviewedsome pretty amazing people as well, so we've all got a story to tell rightwell, why do you like podcasting so much what you know what why all thethings you could do? Why why podcasting? It's such a interesting medium, I thinkfor me, is about learning and being able to connect with people who aremuch more successful than me people who are making a bigger difference than me.I think that that really inspires me...

...because I like video, I like Youtubemore than facebook. You know in terms of watching good content, but the thingI like about podcast, I mean we're filming this, but the thing I likeabout podcast is that you, you have to engage some senses that, like basicallysay because you have to picture what someone is saying you have to usedifferent parts of your imagination but yeah, I think before we know everyonein the world might have a podcast awesome. So for for people who want toreach out to you pete, what's the best way and where you hanging out wet, itreally depends what people want so y. They can check out the podcast. Theycan listen to five hundred epit. I know thato four hundred episode a lot ofepisodes if they want, but if people really want to look at where they areright now in terms of goals, everything we do is for for an outcome and aim agoal. We arewe are goaliand orientated creatures and I think the root ofdissatisfaction for most people as they're, not advancing so we've createdsomething that people can check out is...

...called God. It's a Gols dot, mi three,six, five dot me: It shows you where you are with your goals. Howlikely you are to achieve them in some practical steps that people can take to make progress, because that's what wehad to do right. So thank you very much pete, but no thank you. I want to carryon, but maybe another time, maybe I'll get you on my podcast. Yes, so that was pet corn of my tree six,five podcast! Thank you very much for listening to the end and if Youwoudlike to support the podcast, please do livers a reating and review on Eppepodcast, because this would help us get this podcast to a wider audience. Forthe next episode, we're going to have pall done of BNGONE and if you've nevermet Paul or seen him present. Oh, my Gosh, you have to see him he's one ofthe most inspiring person and he's actually the CO founder and chairman ofBon Gu Ande by one give one platform...

...which I'm actually a part of, and it'sso interesting how he talks about impact and why we are all sort ofhitding towards this. This kickoff of the impact go rush yeah tune into thenext episode.

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