Paul went from being a successful multi-millionaire to hitting rock bottom in the grips of what seemed to be an insurmountable drug and alcohol addiction. His pain was so life threatening that Paul did the only thing he knew he had to do, he made the decision to turn his life around. Through recovery and a deep searching for his true identity, he resurrected his life and success in a deeper and more meaningful way. His success programs to empower people grew out of his desire to empower himself. Through teaching daily success behaviors and rituals to others, he gives the gift of life mastery to others.
Dan and Paul talk about:
Paul playing college basketball against Dr. J (Julius Irving)
Pursuing basketball dreams - facing adversity & doubt
Believing in yourself - Be dedicated to upleveling your game
Don't say "How can I do that?" Ask instead "What do I need to do to make it happen??"
Music business, touring and tour manager of Pink Floyd
"Have you Driven a Ford, Lately?"
Success, money and an expensive drug and alcohol habit
Psychotic reaction, detox & rehab
Internal confidence factor
Embrace your success, believe you deserve it
Look how far you've come
Need to access everything you need to make it happen
We're all addicts
Perseverance, Dedication and commitment
Average of the 5 people you hang out with - they should be smarter
Not everybody's going to like what you do
There's nothing to fix
What is seeking to emerge from within you?
Results = How you think, what you believe and what you're willing to do
Sculpt your life like a masterpiece
Moving through fear and demotivating challenges
Can always find reasons not to go for it
The excuse and the excuse for the excuse
Ask someone smarter for help
Where are you holding yourself back?
Creating a daily success ritual
Paul's green juice and exercise routine
Have You Driven a Ford Lately?
T. Harv Eker
Mark Victor Hansen
The Beatles - I Want to Hold Your Hand