In this week’s episode, Billy talks with Jordan Harbinger, host of The Jordan Harbinger Show, which decodes the stories, secrets, and skills of the world's most fascinating people and turns their wisdom into practical advice that you can use to impact your own life and those around you. As a recovering lawyer and two-time kidnapee, Jordan brings his unique background and personality to every episode of the show. He’s here today because if you’re a fan of this show, you’re probably a fan of self-development, but we want to ensure you’re not getting duped into buying into messages around toxic positivity and hustle culture.
Billy and Jordan discuss:
–How his life and travel experiences influenced his genuine desire to help people develop high-value skills
–The importance of asking professionals for advice beyond your capabilities
–The meaning of toxic positivity
–His issue with “Follow your passion”
–His issue with the word “manifest"
Want more from Jordan Harbinger?
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Have a listen to Jordan’s stories about being kidnapped!
Episode 443 of The Jordan Harbinger Show: Kidnap Me Once, Shame on You
Episode 444 of The Jordan Harbinger Show: Kidnap Me Twice, Shame on Me
If you liked this episode, check out these episodes as well:
–Episode 39--Billy Shares the Lessons He Learned during His Trip to Portugal, Spain, and Dakar
–Episode 28--How to Successfully Switch Your Career with Career Coach Dr. Dawn Graham
–Episode 30--Outperform the Norm with Personal Performance Coach Scott Welle
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