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What if we were not alone as entrepreneurs, artists, athletes & creatives?



We are trained to believe that if we are not doing something productive at every moment of every day that we are failing, that we are being left behind. That we are not working towards success.



The Psychology of Entrepreneurship, hosted by Ronsley Vaz, brings to the public discussion insights from New York Times bestselling authors, founders of multi-million dollar companies, Olympic athletes, clinical psychologists, professors, high profile musicians and performing artists.



Ronsley and his guests will cover every perspective and angle there is on the internal workings that happen in the mind of an Entrepreneur.



Through conversations with these guest experts, whether they are jet fighter pilots or athletes or singers or entrepreneurs, we will find out why we believe that we're not good enough. Why we sell ourselves short on the things that we've done. To discover what really is imposter syndrome?



In a society that makes you conform to all sorts of structures, standing out and being yourself is a rebellious act. There's never been a better time for you to be yourself.



If you are an entrepreneur, artist, athlete or creative, one who makes something that didn't exist before, then this is for you. Become a FIRST RESPONDER - go to mustamplify.com/poe and click the button.

Psychology of Entrepreneurship Ronsley Seriojo Vaz

    • Entrepreneurship
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

What if we were not alone as entrepreneurs, artists, athletes & creatives?



We are trained to believe that if we are not doing something productive at every moment of every day that we are failing, that we are being left behind. That we are not working towards success.



The Psychology of Entrepreneurship, hosted by Ronsley Vaz, brings to the public discussion insights from New York Times bestselling authors, founders of multi-million dollar companies, Olympic athletes, clinical psychologists, professors, high profile musicians and performing artists.



Ronsley and his guests will cover every perspective and angle there is on the internal workings that happen in the mind of an Entrepreneur.



Through conversations with these guest experts, whether they are jet fighter pilots or athletes or singers or entrepreneurs, we will find out why we believe that we're not good enough. Why we sell ourselves short on the things that we've done. To discover what really is imposter syndrome?



In a society that makes you conform to all sorts of structures, standing out and being yourself is a rebellious act. There's never been a better time for you to be yourself.



If you are an entrepreneur, artist, athlete or creative, one who makes something that didn't exist before, then this is for you. Become a FIRST RESPONDER - go to mustamplify.com/poe and click the button.

    74. Volume: Bitcoin 101

    74. Volume: Bitcoin 101

    You probably hear about Bitcoin on a daily basis by now. It’s on the news, in your social media newsfeed and in casual conversations around the world. But what is it? And what does it mean for the future of money? Welcome to Bitcoin 101.

    In this volume of The Psychology of Entrepreneurship…

    What is Bitcoin, and what does it mean for the future of currency?

    I’ll admit, I am not incredibly well-versed in the world of cryptocurrency. But I do know that I should be. Bitcoin is an undeniable force that we all should be paying more attention to. Luckily, I happen to have some well-known friends in this area. So, in this Clubhouse fireside chat, you’ll hear Brad Mills and Jimmy Song discuss Bitcoin. Although they don’t always use terms a beginner would understand, we try to break those down for you throughout the volume.

    If you’re curious about Bitcoin or even already have some solid knowledge on the subject, I think you’ll find this conversation fascinating. Jimmy and Brad obviously know what they’re talking about, and their passion is infectious. Our goal is that you’ll listen to this volume, then do some research of your own. Could Bitcoin help you reach your goals? Maybe it can at least give you some peace of mind for the future. All that I know for sure is that Bitcoin isn’t going anywhere, so we all should take notes.

    Other Topics Discussed in This Volume:



    The difference between Bitcoin and altcoins

    What does it mean to be “decentralised”?

    Bitcoin in the future

    Is it too late to get in on the action?



    Links & Resources:

    What are Altcoins?

    What is an NFT?

    Blockchain: What are Nodes and Supernodes?

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    Find my guests on Clubhouse! Brad Mills @bradmillscan | Jimmy Song @jimmysongbtc

    • 32 min
    73. Volume: The Freedom of Decentralised Money: Bitcoin

    73. Volume: The Freedom of Decentralised Money: Bitcoin

    What freedoms are you giving away without even knowing it? And what does freedom really mean, anyway? It turns out freedom means different things to different people. However, we’re all affected by its definition.

    In this volume of The Psychology of Entrepreneurship…

    Although freedom may be subjective, there are ways to break down how it affects all of us.

    Surprise! We’ve got another Clubhouse session for you. I really love how these conversations have allowed for multiple perspectives on the same subject, so we’re going to keep them coming. In this eye-opening discussion on freedom, I got a little help from my famous friends. This time, I’ve got Brad Mills, Jimmy Song and Scott Mitchell with me.

    We had a riveting 90-minute conversation on the freedoms we may be giving up and not even realising it. This volume is the highlight reel of the biggest takeaways from that conversation. And interestingly enough, most were centred around money. What if we have way less control of our money than we think? For years we’ve been conditioned to save, save, save, while a tiny portion of the population has been getting richer and richer, all at the expense of normal, hard-working people.

    Enter, bitcoin. Now, I’ll admit, I am not an expert on this subject by any means. Thankfully, the other guys in the room are. Since the topic was freedom, what better way to accentuate that than by breaking down the future of money. If you’re new to the concept of Bitcoin or cryptocurrency, this is a great way to learn a bit about it. The bottom line is money is directly connected to our freedom, and we should all be diving deep into that fact.

    Other Topics Discussed in This Volume:



    What freedoms are we giving up willingly?

    What does it mean to be free?

    A basic breakdown of Bitcoin

    The Capitalism cheat code

    The value of money

    Are banks the bad guys?



    Links & Resources:

    Article – What Will Happen to Bitcoin in the Next Decade?

    Study – Free People are Happy People

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    Find my guests on Clubhouse! Brad Mills @bradmillscan | Scott Mitchell @thoughthacking | Jimmy Song @jimmysongbtc | Anna Vocino @annavocino

    • 32 min
    72. Volume: Philip McKernan: Impact

    72. Volume: Philip McKernan: Impact

    Leaving a lasting impact on those around you is easier than you think. The real question is, what kind of impact are you going to leave?

    In this volume of The Psychology of Entrepreneurship…

    Philip McKernan knows how to make an impact. Do you?

    I’m sure it won’t surprise you to learn that this volume is another snippet from one of my amazing Clubhouse sessions. It is absolutely priceless to get different perspectives in a conversation. And before Clubhouse, the logistics of arranging that very thing were all a bit complicated. Not anymore. We’re able to have these powerful conversations with incredibly insightful people. And the discussions always go to a place I never expected.

    You’ll recognise Philip’s voice from Volume 1. In some ways, his words inspired the entire concept for this show. And in this conversation, he definitely doesn’t disappoint. The topic name of our room was “Use Your Voice, Make an Impact.” With the help of Cliff Ravenscraft, who you’ll hear from a few times, Philip discusses the circumstances surrounding making an impact.

    You’ve probably made an impact on multiple people in your life and don’t even realise it. Think back on all the people who have made an impact on your life. Sometimes it’s a small act of kindness or a poignant piece of advice. Or maybe someone reached out to you while you were going through a tough time. Whether it’s a major life-changing moment or a distant memory that brings a smile to your face, meaningful impacts come in all shapes and sizes. In this volume, Philip, in the way only Philip can, discusses how using your voice can make a meaningful impact in the world.

    Other Topics Discussed in This Volume:



    The most important conversation you can have

    What is bravery?

    Start with one person

    Letting people in

    Philip’s legendary Best Man’s speech



    Links & Resources:

    Philip’s Website

    Connect with Philip on LinkedIn

    The Relationship Between Pay and Job Satisfaction 

    7 Scientific Benefits of Helping Others

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    • 31 min
    How Do You Make a Lasting Impact?

    How Do You Make a Lasting Impact?

    You don’t have to be rich or famous or have a massive platform to impact the world. In fact, making an impact could be as simple as an act of kindness. When it comes to making a difference in humanity, the key is to start small. Start with one person.

    On a recent volume of Psychology of Entrepreneurship, we presented a Clubhouse conversation with legend Philip McKernan. The title of the Clubhouse room was “Use Your Voice, Make an Impact.” With the help of Cliff Ravenscraft and some insights from the audience, Philip discussed all the many ways we make impacts on people without even realising it.

    Sometimes we tend to overcomplicate things when it comes to making a difference in the world. We seem to forget that it all can start with one act, one change, one person. To get out of our heads, we need to first set our intentions. If you’re doing something positive for the sole purpose of gaining clout or some sort of accolades, the whole thing is doomed from the start. Get your head right first. Ask yourself the tough questions.

    Talk to Yourself First

    “Any human being in the world is avoiding the most important conversation they need to be having,” Philip explained. Who are you? What do you want from life? Why are you doing what you do? Does it make you happy?

    These questions seem simple enough in theory. But the truth is, once you start digging into your own psyche and determining the intent of your actions, things could get messy. But that’s a good thing. You need to make yourself uncomfortable before you can have any sort of lasting impact on anyone else. So suck it up, and get brave.

    Be Brave

    “I think real bravery is when a man or a woman stops and asks themselves, ‘Is this the life I want to live?’” Philip said. It’s easy to get stuck in the day to day grind that is life. I get it, you have a family, you’ve built a life you need to support with a reliable income. But what good are you to the people you love if you’re unhappy with your life?

    Be brave. Dare to ask yourself the questions that might shake up your world. I promise you, the people around you will admire you for having the courage to address your truth. Because if you want to have meaningful relationships and get people to listen to you, you have to show all sides of your reality.

    “It’s not until we let people into who we are and our why and what moves us importantly, do we actually get to move other people,” Philip explained. He backed up this powerful statement by telling the story of when he was terrified to speak in front of a crowd at a wedding. He was tapped to give the Best Man’s speech, and he was absolutely terrified. So scared, in fact, that he contemplated injuring himself just to get out of it. But ultimately, he faced his fear, got up on the stage, ignored his prepared written notecards and spoke from the heart. Afterwards, a person in the crowd he had never met came up to him with tears in his eyes and told him how incredibly moved he was by Philip’s words.

    Move People

    We have the power to move people. And we don’t have to become uber-successful or rich to do so. Letting people in, speaking your truth and living authentically are all powerful ways to make an impact on everyone around you.

    But you have to let people in, you have to really listen to them. “If you’re able to let those voices in, people will guide you when you’re lost,” Philip said. Those little nuggets of encouragement are there. You just have to listen to them. Let’s let go of the tunnel vision we have for making a lasting impact on the world, and let the world make an impact on us.

    To hear more of this insightful conversation, tune in to Volume 72 of Psychology of Entrepreneurship. And after you listen,

    • 31 min
    71. Volume: Problem Solvers

    71. Volume: Problem Solvers

    There are currently many global problems that need solving. The sheer amount of suffering that goes on in the world can be so overwhelming that it’s hard to know where to begin. Human beings are innately selfish. We’ve evolved this way to survive. However, if we can slightly shift our perspective or leave our minds open to unique ideas, we can all become problem solvers.

    In this volume of The Psychology of Entrepreneurship…

    Every meaningful action started with an idea.

    Clubhouse is an amazing platform where people from all over the world can discuss just about anything. If you’ve heard what I’ve put out recently, you know I’m a big fan of Clubhouse and even have a Psychology of Entrepreneurship club with over 4,000 followers. We decided to bring you the highlights from a 90 min panel discussion on How to Solve the World’s Most Meaningful Problems for this volume.

    Of course, this is a very broad subject matter. There are millions of meaningful problems and millions of ways to approach them. So I assembled some of the people I admire most to discuss different perspectives on problem-solving. Although you won’t hear from all speakers in this volume, our amazing panel consisted of Darin Olien, Naveen Jain, Trivinia Barber, Kylie Ryan, Tracey Ivanyshyn, Hayley Hobson, Matthew Bertulli, Kelsey Ramsden, Lindsay Padilla, Yuri Elkaim, Erik Huberman and Sean Croxton. I won’t go into their collective credentials, but trust me when I say they each have plenty, and I encourage you to follow all of them.

    No, we don’t solve all the world’s problems in this conversation. But we do explore ways that we can approach problem-solving from a different angle. The consensus is that real change of any kind has to start with us. So after listening to this insightful discussion, consider making one minor tweak in your life to spark change within yourself.

    To find all these legends on Clubhouse:

    Ronsley – @ronsley

    Darin – @darinolien

    Naveen – @naveenjain

    Trivinia – @trivinia

    Kylie – @kylieryan

    Tracey – @traceyivanyshyn

    Hayley – @hayleyhobson

    Matthew – @mbertulli

    Kelsey – @kelseyramsden

    Lindsay – @helloaudio

    Yuri – @yurielkaim

    Erik – @erikhuberman

    Links & Resources:

    Harvard Study on Lifestyle Changes

    Discrimination in the American Work Force

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    • 34 min
    70. Volume: Simon Cheng: Healer

    70. Volume: Simon Cheng: Healer

    Healing doesn’t have to only happen in the spiritual sense. There are so many ways to be a healer, in both your personal and professional life. Sometimes the only thing we need to do to start or facilitate the healing process is to listen.

    In this volume of The Psychology of Entrepreneurship…

    Simon Cheng didn’t set out to be a healer, but that’s what he became.

    As founder and CEO of Pique Tea, Simon loves educating people on the healing power of plants. You could say that his love of tea is really just an extension of his love of healing. Before Simon discovered the medicinal benefits of plants, he had spent an entire decade in and out of the hospital with severe health issues.

    After travelling around the world for three years learning from masters of medicinal plants and breathwork, Simon learned how to heal himself. He created Pique as a culmination of everything he learned on his journey and his passion to inspire others to find their own healing. Everything Simon does as a CEO is done to help each team member realise their true potential.

    This volume is all about the aspects of being a healer. Besides the insightful conversation with Simon, we touch on ways people all over the world incorporate healing into their cultures. Again, I’m not just talking about literal healing. Sometimes just changing the way you interact with the people around you can inspire healing.

    Also within this volume:



    What makes Pique Tea different from other tea companies

    One on one meetings with team members

    Twin engines of growth

    What Simon learned about healing through meditation

    Pu’er, the origin of tea

    The healing powers of tea

    Unleashing our collective potential



    Links & Resources:

    Pique Tea

    Connect with Simon on LinkedIn

    Video: Traditional Healers Urge Use of African Herbs

    Video: Amanda Gcabashe Tedx Talk

    Little Known Facts About Tea

    Are You a Healer?

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    • 34 min

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I really enjoy this podcast because not only does Ronsley ask the questions I would ask if I were there but he actually highlights important parts of the conversation and then goes in depth in breakouts on those specific points. He is skilled at cutting to the meat of the conversation and serving it up in perfect, bite sized chunks. It is also obvious that a lot of time and energy go in to each episode. Well worth every minute of time invested in this podcast.

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There’s a difference between pontificating and reflecting. There’s a difference between interviewing and exploring. I find myself lost in thought during these shows and I’m given the space to think and feel within the context of the conversation being had.

Your message matters to me and I’m guessing it will matter to many more.

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