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How To Develop World Class Discipline with Dre Baldwin The Dream Chaser Show

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About 2 weeks ago I was surfing around online..

 

I came across an episode of Young Hustlers where

they were interviewing internet personal branding pioneer

Dre Baldwin aka "Dre All Day"…

 

It was cool to see Dre on the Grant Cardone

Network, he was one of the first brothers

that I saw using the internet to create a personal brand online,

taking youtube to the next level and basically creating his own

TV "show".

 

I remember watching his motivation videos back in like 2009,

I can even say that he was one of the people

that inspired me to create The Dream Chaser Show.

 

So as I was sitting there watching the interview, in

the back of my mind I thought to myself how he had

put himself on that stage and created that opportunity on his own...

 

Without any special connections, luck or family "hook-ups".

 

He made it happen with good old fashion work and discipline, reaping

the rewards that come from making a decision and stinking with it.

 

How many people have you seen stick with something for

9 years (outside of going to a job everyday)?

 

Not many I'm sure, most people give up once they see that

nobody cares, and that's the reason nobody cares...lol  (think about it).

 

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Dre’s story, in 2006

he uploaded a highlight video from a basketball

workout to a new video site called youtube (it was new at the time).

 

He was using the video to get the attention of pro basketball

talent scouts that he was interested in trying out for.

 

After posting the video and forgetting about it, he came back to

it several months later to find that people

he didn't know had been watching it and were even asking

him questions.

 

Fast forward to today, since uploading his first video to

youtube almost 10 years ago Dre

has upload more than 4500 videos online that have been

viewed over 30 million times. 

 

What’s even more impressive is that he hasn’t missed a

day of doing a video in over 2000 days (that’s over 5 years

for those of you trying to figure out the math).

 

Pretty impressive, right?

 

Quick question….how much could you accomplish in your life if you

committed to putting in work everyday without fail?

 

What you’ll learn in this interview is that success in anything

is 80% about the level of

commitment that you have to following a process.

 

Put all of your attention on following a process instead of

getting a result and you're on to something.

 

Most people get this backwards, the wait to 

follow the process after

they get the results that they're looking for...

 

Obviously they rarely see the results.

 

After listening to this conversation with Dre you're going to walk away with 

a better understanding of what it takes to win and how you need to think 

in order to achieve the highest results…

 

Some things that we discussed during this interview…

 


How he changed himself from a player with no talent into one of the best
How he keeps himself motivated and focused on his goals
Why most people won't commit to a long term process
The most important talent that you must possess as an entrepreneur
The technique that he uses to trigger the subconscious to help him address challenges
What he does everyday at the start and end of his day
The difference between having a vision and a dream
How to build confidence and belief in yourself

 

Live Big, Dream Big

 

Will Lane

dreamchasershow.com

About 2 weeks ago I was surfing around online..

 

I came across an episode of Young Hustlers where

they were interviewing internet personal branding pioneer

Dre Baldwin aka "Dre All Day"…

 

It was cool to see Dre on the Grant Cardone

Network, he was one of the first brothers

that I saw using the internet to create a personal brand online,

taking youtube to the next level and basically creating his own

TV "show".

 

I remember watching his motivation videos back in like 2009,

I can even say that he was one of the people

that inspired me to create The Dream Chaser Show.

 

So as I was sitting there watching the interview, in

the back of my mind I thought to myself how he had

put himself on that stage and created that opportunity on his own...

 

Without any special connections, luck or family "hook-ups".

 

He made it happen with good old fashion work and discipline, reaping

the rewards that come from making a decision and stinking with it.

 

How many people have you seen stick with something for

9 years (outside of going to a job everyday)?

 

Not many I'm sure, most people give up once they see that

nobody cares, and that's the reason nobody cares...lol  (think about it).

 

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Dre’s story, in 2006

he uploaded a highlight video from a basketball

workout to a new video site called youtube (it was new at the time).

 

He was using the video to get the attention of pro basketball

talent scouts that he was interested in trying out for.

 

After posting the video and forgetting about it, he came back to

it several months later to find that people

he didn't know had been watching it and were even asking

him questions.

 

Fast forward to today, since uploading his first video to

youtube almost 10 years ago Dre

has upload more than 4500 videos online that have been

viewed over 30 million times. 

 

What’s even more impressive is that he hasn’t missed a

day of doing a video in over 2000 days (that’s over 5 years

for those of you trying to figure out the math).

 

Pretty impressive, right?

 

Quick question….how much could you accomplish in your life if you

committed to putting in work everyday without fail?

 

What you’ll learn in this interview is that success in anything

is 80% about the level of

commitment that you have to following a process.

 

Put all of your attention on following a process instead of

getting a result and you're on to something.

 

Most people get this backwards, the wait to 

follow the process after

they get the results that they're looking for...

 

Obviously they rarely see the results.

 

After listening to this conversation with Dre you're going to walk away with 

a better understanding of what it takes to win and how you need to think 

in order to achieve the highest results…

 

Some things that we discussed during this interview…

 


How he changed himself from a player with no talent into one of the best
How he keeps himself motivated and focused on his goals
Why most people won't commit to a long term process
The most important talent that you must possess as an entrepreneur
The technique that he uses to trigger the subconscious to help him address challenges
What he does everyday at the start and end of his day
The difference between having a vision and a dream
How to build confidence and belief in yourself

 

Live Big, Dream Big

 

Will Lane

dreamchasershow.com

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