Jeffrey Shaw is an author and entrepreneur. In this interview you’ll learn about how he became honest with himself by looking through the eyes of others. One of my favorite parts of this interview is understanding how we can use other people to help us grow. A big part of life is seeing a better you so you can build confidence and do the hard things that grow our career.
Highlights from the interview:
- The importance of believing that you are worthy.
- How a moment when Jeffrey was 3 years old that changed how he viewed his life.
- What does it mean to live a hell of a journey?
- How much time do we give ourselves to really quiet down and listen?
- The importance of walking to help clear his head.
- How he uses his morning practice to go inward.
- He uses mantras to help keep him grounded.
- Blending science and art.
- How he reverses his thoughts and feelings when he feels like everything is going wrong.
- He created a journal to rewire how he thought about himself.
- Why he was drawn to write in his journal during the morning.
- What key point the movie “The Secret” left out.
- You have control over what you see.
- What if you only saw joy in your life?
- How to open to the truth.
- How he put the puzzle pieces together to understand who he really was.
- We grow farther when we see what other people see in us.
- Pay close attention to what we see in our students, co-workers, family members etc. so you can help them unlock new parts of themselves.
- What Jeffrey sees in me as an interviewer.
- Dealing with shyness as a kid.
- Putting yourself at the front of the line.
- Favorite book, podcast, speaker, movie and essential tool to stay focused on the important work.
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