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Impact Theory is a business and mindset-focused interview show that will teach anyone aspiring to greatness the secrets to success. The show is hosted by Tom Bilyeu - a serial entrepreneur and co-founder of the #2 Inc. 500 company Quest Nutrition and former host of the viral hit Youtube series Inside Quest (viewed over 100,000,000 times). Bilyeu is known for his passion and preparation. Always eager to truly learn from his guests, Bilyeu digs deep and brings the urgency of someone hungry to put what he’s learning to immediate use - making the show not only entertaining and energetic, but also hyper-useful.

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Impact Theory is a business and mindset-focused interview show that will teach anyone aspiring to greatness the secrets to success. The show is hosted by Tom Bilyeu - a serial entrepreneur and co-founder of the #2 Inc. 500 company Quest Nutrition and former host of the viral hit Youtube series Inside Quest (viewed over 100,000,000 times). Bilyeu is known for his passion and preparation. Always eager to truly learn from his guests, Bilyeu digs deep and brings the urgency of someone hungry to put what he’s learning to immediate use - making the show not only entertaining and energetic, but also hyper-useful.

    #190 How You Can Turn Addictive Behaviors into an Obsessive Focus | Dotsie Bausch on Impact Theory

    #190 How You Can Turn Addictive Behaviors into an Obsessive Focus | Dotsie Bausch on Impact Theory

    Addiction. Where does it originate from, what keeps us coming back to feed it, and how can we leverage it into a strength? On this episode of Impact Theory, Olympic silver-medalist Dotsie Bausch joins Tom Bilyeu to discuss such matters and explore the full depth of addictive habits to show how you can take control of your addictions and re-aim them towards new-productive outlets. They speak about the drive that suffering breeds, the other side of addiction and pain, how we are all addicted to something, how Dotsie re-aimed her addictive tendencies towards cycling, the impact therapy had on her life, why you shouldn’t be afraid to enter ‘the darkness,’ and how pushing yourself always leads to growth.
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    SHOW NOTES:
     
    Beginnings | Dotsie shares her story of first picking up cycling. [0:31]
    Suffering | Dotsie discusses body dysmorphia, anorexia, and how discipline ties in. [2:54]
    Sickness | Dotsie discusses how she pointed her pain towards hardcore Olympic training. [5:53]
    The Other Side | Dotsie shares how she overcame anorexia and ‘flipped the coin.’ [8:52]
    Addiction | Dotsie discusses how relinking the mind and body leads to powerful healing. [13:22]
    Fear | Dotsie shares how her addictions was her best friend and worst enemy. [16:42]
    Cycling | Dotsie discusses how she began to point her obsession towards cycling. [20:00]
    Miles | Dotsie shares how she went from inexperienced in cycling to ‘Olympic ready.’ [24:26]
    Go Harder | Dotsie discusses why she kept pushing herself in pursuit of greatness. [27:02]
    Compete | Dotsie discusses being competitive with oneself versus others. [30:25]
    The Darkness | Dotsie shares what it means to ‘go to a deep dark place.’ [32:55]
    Growth | Dotsie reveals how improvement is always the reward to pushing yourself. [36:56]
    Anger Stick | Dotsie shares her story of using an anger stick to release emotions. [37:59]
    Hindsight | Dotsie discusses how her story is filled with many times of not giving up. [42:46]
     
    QUOTES:
     
    “I just knew that I loved cycling and it was going to take suffering. I had learned that much, and so I was going to have to get good at suffering.” [28:22]
     
    “When you think that you are broken and you couldn’t possibly go another step, you’re only 40% of the way there.” [33:46]
     
    “I knew there was no way to getting better unless I got pretty damn uncomfortable almost every single time.” [35:46]
     
    FOLLOW DOTSIE:
     
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    • 50 min
    Why Science Is Waking Up to the Powerful Benefits of Vitamin D | Dr. Joel Gould on Health Theory

    Why Science Is Waking Up to the Powerful Benefits of Vitamin D | Dr. Joel Gould on Health Theory

    Vitamin D, gut health, and your microbiome. What actions must we take today to build ourselves up for a lifetime of undeniable health? How do we know if our diet, supplements, and environment are causing us harm rather than good? On this episode of Health Theory, Dr. Joel Gould joins Tom Bilyeu to address these questions head on and discuss the hidden benefits of Vitamin D that no one seems to be talking about. They reveal the root causes of symptomatic health problems, how your gut is influenced by Vitamin D, the negative impact of the vegan diet, how the key to aging is deuterium, why you should be eating grass-fed, which supplements to take and when, and the ‘must-dos’ to achieving optimal health.
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    SHOW NOTES:
     
    Intro | Dr. Gould shares his story of Crohn’s Disease, weight change, and treatment. [0:18]
    Root Causes | Dr. Gould introduces the importance of Vitamin D for a healthy gut. [4:59]
    Your Gut | Dr. Gould discusses why he’s only one of few that are championing Vitamin D. [7:42]
    Early Signs | Dr. Gould discusses oral health and the discoveries of Dr. Weston A. Price. [11:11]
    Discovery | Dr. Gould shares the scientific discovery of Vitamin D. [13:37]
    Trial & Error | Dr. Gould shares what the groundwork laid by Dr. Weston A. Price led to. [17:01]
    Poison | Dr. Gould shares why he refers to big-pharma as petrochemicals. [20:20]
    Health | Dr. Gould discusses the connection between the sun, diet, and Vitamin D. [24:05]
    Father Time | Dr. Gould discusses what deuterium is and how it ages us. [26:54]
    Grass-Fed | Dr. Gould reveals how humans evolved to eat things that ate grass. [31:47]
    Seed Oils | Dr. Gould lists and discusses the common seed oils we need to avoid. [35:07]
    The Villains | Dr. Gould discusses the villains that are causing harm to our health. [36:52]
    Evolutionary Level | Dr. Gould defines the levels of Vitamin D for optimal health. [39:02]
    The Third Villain | Dr. Gould discusses the effects of Vitamin D deficiency. [41:00]
    Nutrient Density | Dr. Gould reveals why a vegan diet is not as healthy as you may think. [47:18]
    Breaking Down | Dr. Gould how your diet and health decisions add up over a lifetime. [54:18]
    K2 | Dr. Gould discusses Vitamin K2, its benefits, and how we get it. [58:29]
    Supplements | Dr. Gould reveals the vitamins and minerals he supplements for. [1:01:55]
    Children | Dr. Gould discusses the power of sleep has for children’s development. [01:06:01]
    What You Can Do | Dr. Gould reveals his ‘must-dos’ for optimal health. [1:09:30]
     
    QUOTES:
     
    “… do not eat industrial seed oils, do not eat processed carbohydrates and sugar.” [25:42]
     
    “We literally utilize sunlight for so much more than Vitamin D. It literally charges the water in our bodies.” [40:50]
     
    “If you’re not sleeping properly, you are not repairing and regenerating. Simple as that.” [41:52]
     
    “Vitamin D literally is the power of sunlight in our bodes and that’s what keeps us young.” [45:39]
     
    FOLLOW JOEL:
    Website: modernhuntergatherers.com
    Instagram: https://bit.ly/35WWgco

    • 1h 26 min
    #189 Advice for Overcoming Any Obstacle | Impact Theory Q&A

    #189 Advice for Overcoming Any Obstacle | Impact Theory Q&A

    Life can be chock full of obstacles, plateaus, and seasons of stress. How do you overcome these setbacks, push through, and come out on the other side with strength and growth? On this episode of Impact Theory, Tom Bilyeu sits down to answer your questions and provide deeper insight into the power of having a solutions based mindset. He discusses how growth isn’t limited by age, how understanding your audience is key, what to do when stress is overwhelming, how to break through the plateaus of life, and how to know when to push your team further than they’ve gone before.
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    Growth at Any Age | Tom reveals why you should be learning up until the day you die. [0:46] Understanding Audience | Tom discusses the YouTube algorithm and how to utilize it. [4:38]
    Tackling Stress | Tom shares his methods and mindset to deal with overwhelming stress. [9:12]
    Overcoming Plateaus | Tom reveals how identifying your weaknesses leads to growth. [13:43]
    Leading Others | Tom shares how to gauge the amount of drive to instill in others. [19:17]
     
    QUOTES:
     
    “If you’re not taking in new ideas, then you can’t get new ideas out.” [3:52]
     
    “How you frame these opportunities is going to determine how you react to it at a physiological level.” [10:52]
     
    “…it’s as important to judge a cultural fit as it is to judge a skillset fit.” [23:08]
     
    FOLLOW TOM:
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    • 32 min
    Why It’s Critical You Firmly Establish Your Values | Relationship Theory

    Why It’s Critical You Firmly Establish Your Values | Relationship Theory

    Values, priorities, and the ‘non-negotiables.’ What do you do if your significant other isn’t valuing the same things as you and may not be walking through life with the same growth mindset? On this episode of Relationship Theory, Tom and Lisa Bilyeu sit down to discuss how you can take your relationship to a deeper level of connection through communication and a mutual understanding of shared values. They discuss how to approach your significant other when change may be needed in their life, how to open up the lines to a deeper form of communication, and the importance of openly sharing each other’s values and priorities.
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    SHOW NOTES:
     
    Initiating | Lisa and Tom discuss approaching a significant other about much-needed changes in their life. [00:27]
    Opening Up | Tom and Lisa share how to open the lines of communication. [1:50]
    Breaking Through | Lisa and Tom share how to talk to a significant other who may not have a growth mindset. [5:39]
    Values | Tom and Lisa discuss the importance of why couples should be openly sharing their values. [7:51]
    Compassion | Lisa and Tom share how to give constructive criticism in a relationship without sounding superior. [11:20]
    Balance | Tom and Lisa discuss the balance of priorities, values, and sacrifices in a relationship. [13:25]
    Cut the BS | Tom and Lisa discuss the importance of brutal honesty in a relationship. [16:20]
     
    QUOTES:
     
    “If you don’t carve out that space and say that these are my non-negotiables, you end up in a world of hurt.” [1:20]
     
    “What are the rules of this relationship? What are the values? What are the things that we as a couple are going to decide that we value together?” [7:51]
     
    “Things that are right, move you towards your goals. Things that are wrong, move you away from your goals.” [13:07]
     
    FOLLOW TOM:
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    FOLLOW LISA:
    Instagram: https://bit.ly/2TIsoKh
    YouTube: https://bit.ly/2IAbTcH
    Podcast: https://spoti.fi/2IEajGW0

    • 20 min
    Conversations With Tom | This Neuroscientist Shows You How to Unlock Hidden Strengths of Your Brain

    Conversations With Tom | This Neuroscientist Shows You How to Unlock Hidden Strengths of Your Brain

    Ideas and the power of your brain. How can we access untapped potential, at what age do we begin to face mental limitations, and where does neuroscience fit into all of this? On this episode of Impact Theory, New York Times bestselling author and neuroscientist David Eagleman sits down with Tom Bilyeu to answer these questions and address such matters as the neuroplasticity of the brain, the science behind ‘learning,’ how childhood is a crucial time for development, and the future of neuroscience. They discuss the flexibility of the brain at any age, where ideas originate from, the importance of affection and love to a child, how to experience major breakthroughs as an adult, the mysteries yet to be unlocked within the human brain, and what the future may look like within augmentation and neuroscience.
     
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    SHOW NOTES:
     
    Brain Power | David reveals how the brain remains flexible at any age. [0:23]
    Renewal | David addresses immortality, death, and neuroplasticity. [3:13]
    Change | Tom and David discuss why we change more in our youth than adulthood. [9:35]
    Parenting | David reveals what parent’s can do to spark mental growth in their children. [13:25]
    Ideas | David reveals how there really are no truly new ideas, only repackaged ones. [18:09]
    Feedback | David discusses the blend of nature and nurture that makes up who we are. [20:08]
    Child’s Needs | David speaks about the inputs needed for a child’s brain to develop. [26:32]
    Love | David reveals how love is such a powerful moving force in our development. [30:10]
    Mental Real Estate | David reveals how the brain is a system in battle for real estate. [33:22]
    Babbling | David discusses when and why children need to try to truly learn. [37:21]
    Relevance | David reveals how learning young and having feedback is crucial. [41:44]
    Breakthroughs | David discusses how breakthroughs can occur in the adult brain. [49:14]
    Perspective | David reveals how we see the world differently based on our brain’s wiring. [55:36]
    Staying Fresh | David discusses taking on new ventures and steep learning curves. [57:32]
    NeoSensory | David reveals the discoveries his company and industry are making. [1:00:10]
    New Experiences | David discusses the current and new technologies coming out. [1:12:39]
    Changes | David reveals what areas of the brain may change due to augmentation. [1:15:01]
    Memory | David walks us through the process of memory and how we remember. [1:18:48]
    Mysteries | David reveals how little we really know about the human brain. [1:22:19]
    Being Human | David discusses the core functions of the brain. [1:24:33]
    The Future | David reveals what’s on the horizon for advancements in neuroscience. [1:29:00]
    Physical | David discusses how far we will be able to push physical augmentations. [1:35:50]
    The Button | David and Tom discuss whether or not they want to see the distant future. [1:39:19]
    Twitter | David and Tom discuss whether the vitriol on Twitter truly reflects society. [1:45:03]
    Stabbing Hands | David discusses why, how, and when we truly experience empathy. [1:49:00]
     
    QUOTES:
     
    “Genius is a young man’s game.” [0:23]
     
    “Man lives two lives. The second one begins when he realizes he has just one.” [5:23]
     
    “There is no such thing as a thought out of the blue. Everything builds on what you have been exposed to.”  [18:40]
     
    “It doesn’t matter what you look at, it matters what you see.” [55:36]
     
    “If you could see society 500 or 1,000 years from now, I think it’s going to be u

    • 1h 56 min
    #188 Hilary Swank on Becoming a Beast Competitor in Work and Life | Impact Theory

    #188 Hilary Swank on Becoming a Beast Competitor in Work and Life | Impact Theory

    Strength, drive, and perseverance. How do we awaken these traits within us, ignite them to the fullest, and use them as a driving force towards reaching our goals? Two-time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank joins Tom Bilyeu on this episode of Impact Theory to discuss such questions and how each of us has the ability to persevere past hurdles in life, smash through walls, and reach new horizons. She shares what drives her work ethic that some describe as ‘legendary,’ the power of belief and a competitive mindset, why you should always be aiming, how the sharp edges of life shape us, how to overcome and master the mind, and where self-identity comes from.
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    SHOW NOTES:
     
    Legendary Work Ethic | Hilary shares how sports instilled a drive and ability to persevere. [0:53]
    Believe It | Hilary shares how her mom pushed her to work for what she wanted. [4:22]
    Competitive | Hilary shares the positives of taking on a competitive mindset. [6:12]
    From 0 to 1 |  Hilary discusses the constant state of reinventing oneself. [10:13]
    Keep Aiming | “You always aim for the bullseye, but you don’t always hit it.” - Clint Eastwood [13:48]
    Step Into the Sharp Edges | Hilary discusses why you should always be doing things that scare you. [15:51]
    Compassion | Hilary shares her story that led to the creation of The Hilaroo Foundation. [19:48]
    Purpose | Hilary discusses why ‘empowering the underdog’ is her passion. [22:43]
    Overcoming the Mind | Hilary shares her insane transformation during ‘Million Dollar Baby.’ [24:28]
    Reach Out & Trust Others | Hilary shares how she overcame claustrophobia. [27:41]
    Prepare | Hilary discusses the ‘secret sauce’ to preparing for a role. [33:08]
    Horizons | Hilary discusses what’s next for her career. [36:06]
    Identity | Hilary talks about what defines her and how it goes far beyond just winning Academy Awards. [40:02]
    A Second Act | Hilary shares her goals now that she’s back in the creative game. [45:20]
    On Point | Tom shares praise for Hilary and how you can continue to follow her. [48:38]
     
    QUOTES:
     
    “Our biggest competitor is really ourselves.” [5:51]
     
    “And so that is super important to be competitive with other people because they’re the ones that push us out of our comfort zone that we didn’t even know we were living in.” [8:15]
     
    “I have this motto. Make a choice, make it happen, and work everyday towards whatever that goal is. Step into the sharp edges, do something that scares you, don’t pull away and don’t overthink.”  [15:51]
     
    “This is what I love about acting; it’s that I get this opportunity to see how every human being has a similar quality, but then they have this thing that makes them different. We all have our unique story.” [34:03]
     
    FOLLOW HILARY:
     
    Instagram: instagram.com/hilaryswank/
    Twitter: twitter.com/HilarySwank
    Hilaroo Foundation: instagram.com/hilaroofoundation/
    Mission Statement: instagram.com/missionstatement/
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    • 56 min

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33 avaliações

33 avaliações

humano mago ,

Lifechanging topics

Great guests!

Feguell ,

Perfect to start your day!

Tom asks great questions. He takes the most out of his interviews. His directs the interview so we can get useful insights for our daily activities.
Since I listen to this everyday, the only suggestion I have is to change the format a little bit to bring some variety. Maybe interviews could be held in different places. Tom could the only one speaking some times...
Anyways, thank you so much for bringing such valuable content!

sharleli ,

Always inspiring and informative

Tom does a great job bringing out the best in his guests who are already excelling in their field, a great listen for people who are committed to improving and don’t want to settle for mediocrity

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