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Making Bank - Uncovering the Success Strategies and mindset of the top 1% so you can Amplify and transform your Life and Business.

Making Bank Josh Felber

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Making Bank - Uncovering the Success Strategies and mindset of the top 1% so you can Amplify and transform your Life and Business.

    • video
    Peak Performance Playbook For Entrepreneurs #MakingBank #S8E53

    Peak Performance Playbook For Entrepreneurs #MakingBank #S8E53

    Welcome back to Making Bank. In today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with Gary Brecka, Ariel Garten, John Madsen, Dave Asprey, Glenn Dawson, Drew Canole and Jay Campbell and in this episode, you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.
     
    (1:16) Gary Brecka
    The essence of mortality can be understood in a single statement: the presence of oxygen equates to the absence of disease. This is an undeniable truth, as every disease known to humanity stems from a lack of oxygen. To maintain good health, prioritize activities that ensure proper oxygenation of your body, such as regular exercise, deep breathing, and spending time in fresh air.
     
    (6:38) Ariel Garten
    Meditating during the day helps you improve focus, enhance attention, and free your mind from wandering thoughts, reducing anxiety and cortisol levels. At night, many of us struggle to sleep because our minds are racing with thoughts. To combat this, practice meditation to calm your mind and promote restful sleep.
     
    (9:40) John Madsen
    People often invest a lot of energy into tasks that only yield 10% of the results. By flipping this and focusing on the crucial 10%, you can achieve 90% of the results with less effort. Prioritize what truly matters to maximize your productivity and efficiency.
     
    (12:52) Dave Asprey
    A moderate carb diet with occasional starch or fruit helps regulate the muscle-building molecule mTOR. While mTOR promotes growth, constant eating keeps it high, which can lead to cancer growth. Balance your diet and meal timing to keep mTOR levels in check and reduce risks.
     
    (20:45) Glenn Dawson
    Seeing a chiropractor weekly can realign your joints, but dominant muscles can pull them out of place again. To maintain alignment and relief, you must consistently stretch. Regular stretching ensures longer-lasting benefits and improved well-being.
     
    (28:16) Drew Canole
    The hunter's mind thrives on taking risks and pursuing multiple ideas, while the farmer's mind values safety, security, and gradual wealth accumulation. Both mindsets are essential for a successful business. Understanding these differences is crucial for effective collaboration and growth.
     
    (34:44) Jay CampbellAge is definitely a mental state. By taking care of your physical health through regular exercise, a balanced diet, and stress management, you can significantly enhance your quality of life. Engaging in mental activities and staying socially active also contribute to longevity. 
    Tags:
    @garybrecka 
    @ariels_musings 
    @iamjohnmadsen 
    @dave.asprey 
    @realglenndawson 
    @drewcanole 
    @jaycampbell333 

    • 40 min
    Peak Performance Playbook For Entrepreneurs #MakingBank #S8E53

    Peak Performance Playbook For Entrepreneurs #MakingBank #S8E53

    Welcome back to Making Bank. In today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with Gary Brecka, Ariel Garten, John Madsen, Dave Asprey, Glenn Dawson, Drew Canole and Jay Campbell and in this episode, you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.
     
    (1:16) Gary Brecka
    The essence of mortality can be understood in a single statement: the presence of oxygen equates to the absence of disease. This is an undeniable truth, as every disease known to humanity stems from a lack of oxygen. To maintain good health, prioritize activities that ensure proper oxygenation of your body, such as regular exercise, deep breathing, and spending time in fresh air.
     
    (6:38) Ariel Garten
    Meditating during the day helps you improve focus, enhance attention, and free your mind from wandering thoughts, reducing anxiety and cortisol levels. At night, many of us struggle to sleep because our minds are racing with thoughts. To combat this, practice meditation to calm your mind and promote restful sleep.
     
    (9:40) John Madsen
    People often invest a lot of energy into tasks that only yield 10% of the results. By flipping this and focusing on the crucial 10%, you can achieve 90% of the results with less effort. Prioritize what truly matters to maximize your productivity and efficiency.
     
    (12:52) Dave Asprey
    A moderate carb diet with occasional starch or fruit helps regulate the muscle-building molecule mTOR. While mTOR promotes growth, constant eating keeps it high, which can lead to cancer growth. Balance your diet and meal timing to keep mTOR levels in check and reduce risks.
     
    (20:45) Glenn Dawson
    Seeing a chiropractor weekly can realign your joints, but dominant muscles can pull them out of place again. To maintain alignment and relief, you must consistently stretch. Regular stretching ensures longer-lasting benefits and improved well-being.
     
    (28:16) Drew Canole
    The hunter's mind thrives on taking risks and pursuing multiple ideas, while the farmer's mind values safety, security, and gradual wealth accumulation. Both mindsets are essential for a successful business. Understanding these differences is crucial for effective collaboration and growth.
     
    (34:44) Jay CampbellAge is definitely a mental state. By taking care of your physical health through regular exercise, a balanced diet, and stress management, you can significantly enhance your quality of life. Engaging in mental activities and staying socially active also contribute to longevity. 
    Tags:
    @garybrecka 
    @ariels_musings 
    @iamjohnmadsen 
    @dave.asprey 
    @realglenndawson 
    @drewcanole 
    @jaycampbell333 

    • 41 min
    • video
    Healthy Habits for Entrepreneurs: Tips and Tricks #MakingBank #S8E52

    Healthy Habits for Entrepreneurs: Tips and Tricks #MakingBank #S8E52

    Welcome back to Making Bank. In today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with Jay Campbell, Tyna Moore, Barton Scott, Ariel Garten, Dave Asprey, Drew Canole, Gary Brecka and in this episode, you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.
     
    (2:03) Jay Campbell
    Visceral fat is hard to lose with a hormonal deficiency because it disrupts your metabolism, slowing fat breakdown and increasing storage. Address hormonal imbalances by consulting a healthcare provider and exploring treatments. Maintain a balanced diet, exercise regularly, manage stress, and get adequate sleep to support metabolic health and reduce visceral fat.
     
    (4:53) Tyna Moore
    For effective treatment, you must be healthy, as your own cells and immune system are crucial for mounting an inflammatory healing response. Without proper nutrition, exercise, and sleep, your body's stem cells and growth factors won't function optimally, making treatments less effective. It's not a quick fix; maintaining a healthy lifestyle is essential for successful outcomes.
     
    (9:50) Barton Scott
    The body gives many warning signs, but we're often too busy to notice. It's essential to view your body, brain, and relationships as both long-term and short-term investments. Prioritize your well-being to perform well today and make good decisions.
     
    (14:23) Ariel Garten
    Sleep is crucial for optimal health. Getting less than six hours per night compromises your immune system and makes weight loss harder by disrupting satiety signals and hunger-related hormones. Prioritize quality sleep to maintain overall well-being.
     
    (18:48) Dave Asprey
    On average, 15% of a person's thoughts are about their next meal. Intermittent fasting can free up these thoughts, providing a 15% mental boost. It's like gaining 15% more horsepower for your brain without any cost, simply by reducing the constant focus on food.
     
    (24:19) Drew Canole
    When you're striving to win every day with rising intensity, you need to be equally intense about your recovery. Are you getting 8 to 9 hours of sleep each night? Most people would fall short here, but it's crucial for maintaining peak performance.
     
    (29:15) Gary BreckaOral hygiene has a significant impact on optimal health. Cavitations, which are pockets of bacteria above and below your teeth, can negatively affect overall well-being. Proper oral care is crucial for maintaining health.

    Tags:
    @jaycampbell333 
    @askbarton 
    @ariels_musings 
    @dave.asprey
     @drewcanole 
    @garybrecka

    • 33 min
    Healthy Habits for Entrepreneurs: Tips and Tricks #MakingBank #S8E52

    Healthy Habits for Entrepreneurs: Tips and Tricks #MakingBank #S8E52

    Welcome back to Making Bank. In today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with Jay Campbell, Tyna Moore, Barton Scott, Ariel Garten, Dave Asprey, Drew Canole, Gary Brecka and in this episode, you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.
     
    (2:03) Jay Campbell
    Visceral fat is hard to lose with a hormonal deficiency because it disrupts your metabolism, slowing fat breakdown and increasing storage. Address hormonal imbalances by consulting a healthcare provider and exploring treatments. Maintain a balanced diet, exercise regularly, manage stress, and get adequate sleep to support metabolic health and reduce visceral fat.
     
    (4:53) Tyna Moore
    For effective treatment, you must be healthy, as your own cells and immune system are crucial for mounting an inflammatory healing response. Without proper nutrition, exercise, and sleep, your body's stem cells and growth factors won't function optimally, making treatments less effective. It's not a quick fix; maintaining a healthy lifestyle is essential for successful outcomes.
     
    (9:50) Barton Scott
    The body gives many warning signs, but we're often too busy to notice. It's essential to view your body, brain, and relationships as both long-term and short-term investments. Prioritize your well-being to perform well today and make good decisions.
     
    (14:23) Ariel Garten
    Sleep is crucial for optimal health. Getting less than six hours per night compromises your immune system and makes weight loss harder by disrupting satiety signals and hunger-related hormones. Prioritize quality sleep to maintain overall well-being.
     
    (18:48) Dave Asprey
    On average, 15% of a person's thoughts are about their next meal. Intermittent fasting can free up these thoughts, providing a 15% mental boost. It's like gaining 15% more horsepower for your brain without any cost, simply by reducing the constant focus on food.
     
    (24:19) Drew Canole
    When you're striving to win every day with rising intensity, you need to be equally intense about your recovery. Are you getting 8 to 9 hours of sleep each night? Most people would fall short here, but it's crucial for maintaining peak performance.
     
    (29:15) Gary BreckaOral hygiene has a significant impact on optimal health. Cavitations, which are pockets of bacteria above and below your teeth, can negatively affect overall well-being. Proper oral care is crucial for maintaining health.

    Tags:
    @jaycampbell333 
    @askbarton 
    @ariels_musings 
    @dave.asprey
     @drewcanole 
    @garybrecka

    • 33 min
    • video
    The Wellness Edge: Boosting Entrepreneurial Success #MakingBank #S8E51

    The Wellness Edge: Boosting Entrepreneurial Success #MakingBank #S8E51

    Welcome back to Making Bank. In today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with John Madsen, Sergey Young, Glenn Dawson, Dr. Anthony Balduzzi, Nicholas Bayerle,  Gary Brecka and JJ Virgin and in this episode, you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.
     
    (3:12) John Madsen
    We can make our lives much easier if we let go of the need to prove our worth based on how hard we work. Instead, focus on working smart and recognizing your value without overexerting yourself.
     
    (6:36) Sergey Young
    The US has one of the most inefficient and expensive healthcare systems in the world, spending 18% of its GDP on healthcare. In contrast, the UK, with better health outcomes, spends only 8% of its GDP on healthcare. Singapore and Japan, which are among the top countries in terms of lifespan and healthspan, spend just 5% of their GDP on healthcare. This highlights the need for more efficient healthcare spending to achieve better health outcomes.
     
    (12:03) Glenn Dawson
    In the morning, instead of relying on sugar and insulin, your body runs on adrenaline and norepinephrine. This makes you completely focused and full of energy, allowing you to crush your work. It's an incredible feeling. When you lift weights with these hormones active, you become a beast in the gym. To harness this power, consider starting your day with a healthy routine that boosts your natural energy levels and sets you up for a productive day.
     
    (16:12) Dr. Anthony Balduzzi
    People often suggest eating certain superfoods or following specific diets, but a different approach can be more effective. Start by asking yourself, "What is my schedule? What does a day in my life look like?" Then, design a meal plan that seamlessly fits into your routine with the least amount of friction. This personalized approach ensures that healthy eating becomes a sustainable part of your lifestyle.
     
    (21:16) Nicholas Bayerle
    Top speakers who travel three weeks out of the month have found that hydration is the number one factor that transforms their energy levels. Staying well-hydrated enables them to speak on stage for 8 to 12 hours at a time with sustained energy and focus. Prioritizing hydration can significantly enhance performance and endurance.
     
    (25:03) Gary Brecka
    Most major studies on adolescence indicate that the experiences during puberty significantly influence adulthood. In other words, if a child is morbidly obese during puberty, their chances of remaining obese for the rest of their life increase dramatically. Therefore, addressing obesity early can have long-term benefits for maintaining a healthy weight into adulthood.
     
    (28:07) JJ VirginIt's important to focus on adding nutrients before considering what to remove from your diet. Ensure you're getting enough protein and healthy fats. Remember, every diet, whether it's vegan, paleo, or something else, has its own version of junk food. Be mindful of this and prioritize whole, nutritious foods over processed treats, regardless of the diet you follow
     
    Tags:
    @iamjohnmadsen 
    @sergeyyoung200 
    @realglenndawson 
    @realglenndawson 
    @garybrecka 
    @jj.virgin

    • 31 min
    The Wellness Edge: Boosting Entrepreneurial Success #MakingBank #S8E51

    The Wellness Edge: Boosting Entrepreneurial Success #MakingBank #S8E51

    Welcome back to Making Bank. In today’s episode, we have a compilation of previous episodes with John Madsen, Sergey Young, Glenn Dawson, Dr. Anthony Balduzzi, Nicholas Bayerle,  Gary Brecka and JJ Virgin and in this episode, you will hear tips and tricks from top entrepreneurs about the guide to success.
     
    (3:12) John Madsen
    We can make our lives much easier if we let go of the need to prove our worth based on how hard we work. Instead, focus on working smart and recognizing your value without overexerting yourself.
     
    (6:36) Sergey Young
    The US has one of the most inefficient and expensive healthcare systems in the world, spending 18% of its GDP on healthcare. In contrast, the UK, with better health outcomes, spends only 8% of its GDP on healthcare. Singapore and Japan, which are among the top countries in terms of lifespan and healthspan, spend just 5% of their GDP on healthcare. This highlights the need for more efficient healthcare spending to achieve better health outcomes.
     
    (12:03) Glenn Dawson
    In the morning, instead of relying on sugar and insulin, your body runs on adrenaline and norepinephrine. This makes you completely focused and full of energy, allowing you to crush your work. It's an incredible feeling. When you lift weights with these hormones active, you become a beast in the gym. To harness this power, consider starting your day with a healthy routine that boosts your natural energy levels and sets you up for a productive day.
     
    (16:12) Dr. Anthony Balduzzi
    People often suggest eating certain superfoods or following specific diets, but a different approach can be more effective. Start by asking yourself, "What is my schedule? What does a day in my life look like?" Then, design a meal plan that seamlessly fits into your routine with the least amount of friction. This personalized approach ensures that healthy eating becomes a sustainable part of your lifestyle.
     
    (21:16) Nicholas Bayerle
    Top speakers who travel three weeks out of the month have found that hydration is the number one factor that transforms their energy levels. Staying well-hydrated enables them to speak on stage for 8 to 12 hours at a time with sustained energy and focus. Prioritizing hydration can significantly enhance performance and endurance.
     
    (25:03) Gary Brecka
    Most major studies on adolescence indicate that the experiences during puberty significantly influence adulthood. In other words, if a child is morbidly obese during puberty, their chances of remaining obese for the rest of their life increase dramatically. Therefore, addressing obesity early can have long-term benefits for maintaining a healthy weight into adulthood.
     
    (28:07) JJ VirginIt's important to focus on adding nutrients before considering what to remove from your diet. Ensure you're getting enough protein and healthy fats. Remember, every diet, whether it's vegan, paleo, or something else, has its own version of junk food. Be mindful of this and prioritize whole, nutritious foods over processed treats, regardless of the diet you follow
     
    Tags:
    @iamjohnmadsen 
    @sergeyyoung200 
    @realglenndawson 
    @realglenndawson 
    @garybrecka 
    @jj.virgin

    • 29 min

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