43 min

Mindset, Fear, and High Level Performance with Itamar Marani The Meaning Movement: Helping You Find Your Calling, Create Your Life's Work, and Make Career Change

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There's an old saying: when the student is ready, the teacher appears. I looked this up, trying to find where it came from. It's pretty unclear. But it's a truth that you know when you experience it. When you're ready to level up and learn something, related things hit you differently. Certain interactions carry more weight and penetrate you deeper than they might have in other times.

Both today's conversation and the next one I'll be releasing were those kinds of conversations for me.

As many of you know, outside of the Meaning Movement I have a few other project. And while I was recording these episodes, I had a lot happening with one of them. It was a bit of a watershed moment. If you want to know more about my other project, go to themeaningmovement.com and subscribe.

All of which is to say I needed this conversation in ways that I didn't expect.

Our guest, Itamar Marani, is a mindset coach. While that may sound a bit out there, he is anything but that. He's down to earth and strategic in his approach.

He's a former member of the Israeli special ops and jujitsu contender. He now helps entrepreneurs identify and overcome their internal obstacles.

There's something in this conversation for everyone. Why? Because every time you change you need a new way of thinking. And you can't always see what you need to change to become the next version of yourself, until you have someone helping you identify it.
In this episode you'll learn:
What Itamar does How he began his career How his military background has helped his career Why he moved on from military service What motivated his transition How he made the transition successful How to define mindset How to know if your mindset is off Three core fears that stop us from getting what we want How he work with clients on mindset issues How to improve your mindset Show notes at: https://themeaningmovement.com/itamar

There's an old saying: when the student is ready, the teacher appears. I looked this up, trying to find where it came from. It's pretty unclear. But it's a truth that you know when you experience it. When you're ready to level up and learn something, related things hit you differently. Certain interactions carry more weight and penetrate you deeper than they might have in other times.

Both today's conversation and the next one I'll be releasing were those kinds of conversations for me.

As many of you know, outside of the Meaning Movement I have a few other project. And while I was recording these episodes, I had a lot happening with one of them. It was a bit of a watershed moment. If you want to know more about my other project, go to themeaningmovement.com and subscribe.

All of which is to say I needed this conversation in ways that I didn't expect.

Our guest, Itamar Marani, is a mindset coach. While that may sound a bit out there, he is anything but that. He's down to earth and strategic in his approach.

He's a former member of the Israeli special ops and jujitsu contender. He now helps entrepreneurs identify and overcome their internal obstacles.

There's something in this conversation for everyone. Why? Because every time you change you need a new way of thinking. And you can't always see what you need to change to become the next version of yourself, until you have someone helping you identify it.
In this episode you'll learn:
What Itamar does How he began his career How his military background has helped his career Why he moved on from military service What motivated his transition How he made the transition successful How to define mindset How to know if your mindset is off Three core fears that stop us from getting what we want How he work with clients on mindset issues How to improve your mindset Show notes at: https://themeaningmovement.com/itamar

43 min