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I give to people today is fast forward. Where you are

Look at yourself in 10 15 20 years time and ask yourself the

That where I want to be and if the answer's no

Then you need to find a new path to just get to understand

You don't know what you need in your life until you figure out who

Everybody welcome to impact Theory you were here my friends

Potential is not the same as actually doing something with it

So our goal with this show and company is to introduce you to the

All right today's guest is a former monk whose wisdom has truly

He turned down lucrative offers from prestigiou­s companies shaved

He traveled across India Europe and England living as a monk

Studying meditating and building food and shelter programs for

But he knew that it didn't scale so driven by a desire to share

He reengaged with the world and dove headfirst into learning about

To spread as fast as entertainm­ent and to that end he joined

Accenture helping them build their digital division while learning

fast and quickly became their number one social media influencer

400,000 people along the way he also helped advise over

150 executives on their personal brands allowing him a very broad

Leveraging what he learned in 2016 he launched his own Facebook

exploded in less than 12 months his inspiring entertaini­ng and

Billion views and now he has north of 2.5 million followers.

But for places like the Huffington Post and he has interviewe­d

Shefali Deepak Chopra and countless others in the wake of his

ridiculous level of success as both a content creator and digital

He was named to Forbes 30 under 30 list in 2017 the Asian media

2016 and he was added to national

Geographic­s chasing genius counsel for which he is now helping to

So please help me in welcoming the urban monk himself the man who

Thanks for having me dude truly honor oh, man. Thank you goes both

We started rolling in my research like I normally just go watch

And I've come across you like a million times and researchin­g

Like this guy would have been interviewe­d a hundred times

And you haven't like it's insane to me like you're pumping out so

Nobody's nabbed you up yet, so this is gonna

Be really fun to really go deep your ideas are clearly very well

Thought through so there should be a lot of fun Thank You Man

Yeah, I'm patient yeah patient of having the right interview'­s the

Having it be framed correctly, so I'm very honored to be a huge

Thank you so much for having me absolutely so one thing. I want to

Having lived in London knowing a little bit about what it's like

How on earth did you buck the trend of you once said growing up in

You're either a doctor or a lawyer or a failure? yes, that's right

How like how'd you not fall prey to that yeah?

Those are my three options that was it there was no full option so

I grew up in I'm a failure. That's crazy and

How did I buck the trend I was really really fortunate?

That very early on I started to experiment with what mattered to

What people don't know about me is that I was suspended from

Trying out all sorts of things like things that people would never

Anything with all the drugs in the world. I had multiple

Fulfillmen­t and as far as long as I've known I've been chasing

I really value thrill and feeling like it might not see that

Ya know not many people do it's it's very different from 14 to 18

I was like this kid who just wanted to find new things out and

My parents rhetoric would always be well make sure you get good

And I used to think well if I can be bad and get good grades, and

why everyone's happy so that's that's kind of what I did and

At 18. I was really fortunate when I met a monk

and this monk was invited to speak and

I kind of just went because one of my friends forced me to at that

business people and marketers who who I thought that's what I was

He captivated me like no one had ever captivated me before

It was like staring at the most beautiful woman on the planet. You

That is the beginning without going into too much detail before we

That was the beginning of what changed

because I went from being someone who did only want all those

Trying to but I started hearing my own inner voice

Much more in all that noise that I had around me

I Remember one of my my parents had a math's tutor for me because

and I'd have this tutor and he'd tell me that he goes the reason

is because you're always worried about what your parents think

And that really stayed in my head

I was just like wow so as long as I'm trapped by what my parents

I can actually never find the answers to the real questions of

I lost two great friends when I was 16 one girl died in a car

One guy died because he was involved in drugs and violence that

That made me rethink everything­. I just thought to myself wait a

People that in my opinion were good people, and I just lost them

And it was kind of like this collation of little things that just

Just doesn't seem to add up and then and then meeting the monk

Completely captivatin­g and then I found out that he'd given up

And I thought to myself who does that you know? He's given up

But he seems happier than anyone. I've ever met before and he

Under whose shade we do not plan to sit

And he was speaking about this principle of selfless sacrifice and

Penetrated me right there when he said the words

Selfless sacrifice for the first time in my life, I felt a thrill

Giving up everything you have for the service of others

sounds like the best thing you could possibly do and I don't know

Spiritual kid growing up. I wasn't a religious kid growing up. I

I was just a rebel a misfit trying things out and

Experiment­al which I still consider myself and so what I started

At companies and firms and corporates thinking I was getting a

And then I'd spend the rest of my summer holidays interning in

So I'd use all my summer and Christmas holidays to just be out

And he introduced me to another 200 to 500 monks that were just

giving up everything they had and using all their skills to make

So why that resonated with you?

Which is really surprising so and maybe you're just you know so

But that would have sounded absurd to me at that time yeah

Did you already have a sense of unease that like I'm a rebel

What was it about that moment and you you you seem very aware of

So I'm hoping that some of that awareness was present then like

believe the moment was I was I always had friends who are older

I could see a lot of them in the most successful careers

Beautiful partners whatever it was but I saw a sense of lack of

I've always been an observer and I would see these people or like

Years older than me, and I'd be watching them and go is that the

Fast-forwa­rd where you are look at yourself in 10 15 20 years time

If you're in a company look at the person who's 20 years ahead of

If you're in a start-up look at what other startups have got to in

And go is that where I want to be and if the answer's no

Then you need to find a new part and for me the answer at that

from observing was know the path that my parents or

Society or the university I went to or the community. I had that

it didn't feel like the path for me, so I was almost seeking an

Fortunate that it happened to be enough lifting powerful paths as

Because that could've been possible too - so walk me through the

It's summer and so I'm living there. I'm waking up

I'm almost doing all the practices just as if you were shadowing a

I'm just shadowing a monk, and so I'm just shadowing his lifestyle

He's like one of the most elite monks, so we're waking up at like

Every day after sleeping at like 9:00 or 10:00 p.m.

And then we study these ancient Vedas which are 5000 plus years

I'm studying with the best of the best here, so he can like

And I'm learning fast taking notes then 4:00 a.m.. We go to

We do those practices with the other monks as well 6:00 a.m.

The life of a monk and falling in love with it step by step going

But I just drew myself in and I was practicing it to the tee

Right it wasn't like oh no my back hurts when I sit on the floor

I can't stay here for too long or you today when people are like

I was like no I'm gonna do it for two hours

If that's what they're doing I'm gonna give it a go because I can

The hypothesis will only be true if the experiment is carried out

So if the hypothesis is if you live like this you are happy more

Then I want to do that all right, so let's explore this then to

Creating one's own perfect life. Yes, which is pretty interestin­g

Interestin­g because I think this is so accurate to the way that

There's some grand missing thing in my life

But you took that first action so codify this for me or for

they don't know what their ideal life looks like they just know

step number one is take it seriously to find out if the hypothesis

The experiment you have to do it sincerely

What comes after that I think even one step before that is is

See we live in echo chambers. We're just surrounded by the same

You know it just doesn't happen. You don't have no one has a

You know from a town like the local monk like no one ever does

You meet people who are just like us most of the time?

and we talk about this in business bulletin if you want to be a

millionair­e spend our millionair­es if you want to be a

Tech startup spend time with you know, that's that's the common

But what if you want to find purpose and master the mind?

There's no one better than a monk who's mastered the mind so for

Opening yourself up to new experience­s, and new role models

in people so then we try and fit ourselves into the boxes that we

And I mean there's this beautiful quote that I've been saying it

But I didn't so it's by a philosophe­r and writer named Cooley, and

I'm not what I think I am. I'm not what you think I am

I am what I think you think I am

and i just let that blow your mind for now. It's a it's so

I'm not what you think I am I am what I think you think I am

So we live in this perception of a perception of ourselves

Hence my identity is made by what my parents think I should be my

University thinks I should achieve

While you're living in that bubble and that echo chamber

Getting to what you really want to do is impossible because maybe

And I think so many people feel that way today that they don't fit

They don't fit with the three or four or five careers that you're

so that process of self excavation and actualizat­ion

First requires being exposed you can't be what you can't see if I

I would never have wanted to be a monk if I never meet a

I wouldn't want to be one because I wouldn't know what that feels

I don't know what it looks like I don't know what it takes and

And I think that's the biggest challenge of our society that we're

Second step is finding that experience or role model that you're

Shadow their network with them spend time with them observe them

it takes that observatio­n being addicted to observing that

Then the third step is going yes or no does that work for me

Not everyone who's gonna go up from become a monk is gonna. Feel

But not everyone is gonna go and follow and shadow a billion anger

I want they may want the result but do they want the hard work

Focusing shadowing getting as close to the process of that

Not do I want the result ever wants to be that monk who's fully

You know can walk through as an incredible or that people just

But when you realize he has to wake up at 2:00 a.m.. Every day and

You like you know I don't want to do that that doesn't sound like

So yeah a couple things one you said he's as powerful as he is

Power being so from amongst perceptive perspectiv­e the greatest

To be able to train the mind and energy to focus it exactly where

You are completely detached and undeterred from external ups and

tough challengin­g fun excitement with the same amount of being

Without being too excited in pleasure or being too depressed in

That's great strength and great power. I heard in one of your

Literal lifeline a heartbeat in instance, you know it's it's up

And it's down and people have this sense that something like

the equanimity forever yeah, and just an even keel and you said

But what what does that resemble it resembles a flatline when you

So what is it like what I love about you is you sort of went into

But you've brought it back to the real world

Because when you talk about a monk you talk about them being

That sort of super even keel existence, which is not appealing to

So if you're bringing back that notion of power of having control

Take you everywhere­, but knowing that life. Is is the series of

What does that power look like when it's brought back?

Absolutely and actually that's the whole aim of monk training

It's it's more like a training system than it is a lifelong

It is bringing that mindset into the real world where you get to

I got to do that for real when I left being a monk around five

When I left it was like oh my god. I'm in the real world now again

I have to think about how to apply all this I'm gonna test for

All this stuff that I've learned and I was scared like I was

I was she said all those things that I've been trained not to be

Because for the first time in my life, I had to really put it into

And I love that feeling I'm so glad that I had to do that so for

Trainable to bring it into the real world. That's that's what I'm

And what it allows you to do is it allows you to gain clarity and

Because you know when you can just take a bird's-eye view from

You know when you need to get close into something. You know when

There's a beautiful verse in the Bhagavad Gita. That says that

Detachment is not that you own nothing

Detachment is that nothing owns you

And I love it because to me that summarizes detachment in a way

it's being away from everything actually the greatest detachment

That's real power. That's real strength

How many people do we know that have had fame and then that Fame

Is possible to practice even in the real world rather than saying

I'm just gonna have nothing in life

What was the best part about being a monk the best part about

Morning routine and practices are so powerful

That you can actually aspire for

because your mind is clear because your mind is clear and you

That ability to have more clarity so you can seek that which is

So I'll give an example of what I'm defined. Yes. I worry about

Ego being able to overcome envy being able to overcome jealousy

Being able able to overcome the negative of competitiv­e State

Competitiv­e state today when people are looking on Instagram or


Look at her body or look at that, and it's like that stuff's

To be able to have enough clarity to purify yourself of those

the biggest anxieties and depression­s of our time and mental

And and we know that we know that because all the mental health

Over exposure we now can have more pain

Consumptio­n in one day because of what we were exposed to then the

That's huge like that. That's ridiculous to think that one day

We consume more negative than we did in a lifetime for me being

energy and clarity to focus on self purificati­on

That is the best thing about being a monk because you have that

reflection and a process and an

Allows you to become more purified of those things so if I was the

This question when we were on the topic, but I'm gonna go back

It's important enough you gave us the three ways that you can

but define an ideal life for me mm-hmm so in an ideal life for me

organizati­on and institutio­n for me is

An ideal life is when we all have a head a heart and a hand all

Working in alignment without one or the other we start to lose

You'll find that life is stable and defined yes. Yeah, sure sure

Knowing what you want the way you picture life and being able to

that's a good head a good heart is being able to understand what

and heart one's being able to connect and tap into that

Understand­ing deeper and beyond the vision you may have painted

So I often say to people that you get to where you want in life

The path that's paved up and down is far different to the path

We pave so you can have a great head and a great vision and a

but if your heart's not able to have that resilience and be able

And have compassion and care and all of that then then you're not

Realize that we need to care and be sustainabl­e and long-lasti­ng

Wanting to pass that on that which you have wanting to give it

The idea of serving with what you have I often say to people your

Your passion makes you happy, but when you use your passion to

That's a purpose and that's the hand

Like that a lot. No I when you first said it

I'm glad you defined it because when you first said it

I thought the heart was gonna be the part about like you know just

Being tied to service so one thing that I think a lot about is

Really when I think about okay? What is a life? We're living

it comes down to neuro chemistry for me, and it comes down to

Experienci­ng this world in a way that optimizes for

Which I'll differenti­ate between a bowl of ice cream a bump of

And then I I haven't done the cocaine but the ice cream I can

Yeah, so how does that its it holds up?

But they don't bring a lasting fulfillmen­t is not sustainabl­e

purpose really does become that thing that gives you something

neurochemi­cal level deeply satisfying absolutely and

Deeply spiritual the often out tract often times

I'll hear spiritual speakers talk and I feel them sort of drifting

one why do you find that interestin­g and then - what are you doing

universiti­es, I've always been fascinated by why people do what

whenever I was reading these books that are five thousand years

finding its relevance in modern science

And I said to myself the day I can't find that I'll quit I won't

So I'm still doing that and I'm ready to quit if someone shows me

And I can't find a principal in these ancient literature­'s or

then I'll give up my faith because

For me it has to track forward, and I'll give you a brilliant book

Gratitude journals out there. There's a million scientific studies

Self-aware­ness better relationsh­ips, I mean there's so many

That shows that gratitude is great for your mind brain and

My gratitude is all over the timeless wisdom one of the first

Pay our respects to the earth for what it gives us, and you do

What is that if not gratitude when you wake up in the morning?

You thank the earth for the food you thank the earth for the water

You start your day with gratitude

Today the biggest tip on Forbes and ink and everything is start

It's it's right there these things are old, so I'll I get

It's the same way as which if I say that this business person got

And that's why they're successful because they had the right

That's a pattern so I know if I'm building a business in that

It's the same thing that pattern saves you time rather than you

creating your own process almost

It's really interestin­g life has taught me to stop believing

I think mm-hmm ahhh and the way that it's taught me that is by

Relentless­ly punishing me every time I over invest in being right

and I first got together she used to get chest infections all the

And I was like that doesn't make sense and she was like no no my

Used to just swear up and down if you if you're hot and you stand

And I was like that is the biggest load of like

Crap I've ever heard in my life that does not make sense like

Bacteria or virus like it's that simple

And she was like I'm just saying it's my grandma always said and

Oh, that's it's exhausting and then one time I went to a doctor

And my wife is crazy and thinks that

When you're hot if you stand in front of AC. It'll make you sick,

Hold on, and he was like well. She's sort of right. He's like

This is what's happening you have a mucus layer membrane in your

That's it keeps it moist keeps germs from being able to break the

And so they get trapped they go to your stomach

They're killed by the acid or whatever and he said

But if you get a crack in that then the the bacteria or virus can

Sick and it's just drying her throat out, and I was like

Whoa, and it was one of those moments where I was like how many

They're not accurate, but they're true if yes, you don't mean yes,

That's lasted as long as it as it has and I know you and I we've

But we share a real fascinatio­n for storytelli­ng. Yes, because

Emotionall­y and allows people to carry it on and pass it on and

Science and can prove any of this, but we see the patterns

We need a way to encapsulat­e the pattern we encapsulat­e it in a

We're getting lost in that the story is fake even though the

And so as I I mean it's the classic story right the more you

earn the less you realize you know mm-hmm and just as I've gotten

Really started to understand the stuff and read as much as I do

Microbiome issues and at first thinking her all of her

And then you stop passing a judgement on it and start saying what

Like what? How would we treat it then right and so there is

I'm Way more emotionall­y drawn to the science because when I can

So when you were talking about the things that you learned from

I've gotten tremendous value out of meditation­, but it's nothing

For me it was once I understood that diaphragm breathing made

Then because I understood it it like was the understand­ing becomes

Let's talk about behavioral science self-aware­ness

Have you ever looked at how much content you put out? no

It's a lot dude like when you search your name

Like to go cause I'd normally try to watch like basically

it's just it's really incredible and

Going through that stuff. It seems really clear to me that you

What would you say like is a is there a process for people to gain

You know just human behavior level, what are things that trip up

I'm a huge fan of the book Thinking Fast and Slow. I don't know if

It's a great book because for me

It's got a really close patent connection again to what I studied

Understand­ing system 1 and system 2 if anyone watching hasn't read

System 1 and system 2 as Daniel, Kahneman calls it in the Vedic

Knowing how to differenti­ate the voices in your head is the first

So break down what system 1 and system 2 are absolutely the system

To anything that happens, it's it's a stop that I can't really say

My system one naturally would be a face that I pull it I might I

That's that's the understand­ing of what system one in its your

Reaction in the moment that can be positive often for example if

You feel scared and you run that system one. That's a good thing.

Someone says something that hurts your ego, and you start

That's also. That's a negative of system one that we would refer

it's built up of conditioni­ng those responses are conditione­d

The system too is more like the intelligen­ce what I would say is

Consider system one to be more like a child system two is more

It looks more at the bigger picture

It processes that default reaction through a set of checking and

Whether that's true the child is the the one that wants everything

impatient quickly responding straight away

reacting when it doesn't get what he wants the

Intelligen­t parent and good one knows what the child wants and

Just starting there and being able to reflect and observe the

Inside of us is a great place to start your self-aware­ness

Because the biggest challenge is that most of us don't know?

What we're listening to and we don't most of us don't even know

Just getting over that line is a huge win because now at least you

In what you're hearing and that's gonna help you make better

So that was answer one does that answer your question? Oh yes and

So that's awareness now can what are like typical things that trip

In your answer just now it's like okay

If you want to become more aware

Just know that those two things are happening right you're gonna

And then one that's calculated now be aware of these two or three

The biggest challenge is that there's just so much noise?

It's like have you ever had someone in your home. Maybe it's your

Just play a really bad song too often, right

It's playing a song that you really don't have heard my wife

You go and you just play a song and just think I'll turn that off

It's been on for so long that you become immune to it like it's

It's there in the back of your mind

And you didn't manage to turn it off so the noise that I describe

Whether it's your partner's expectatio­ns all of those are like

the mind and the intelligen­ce that's one of the biggest trip ups

Was looking at I gave a presentati­on called build a life, not a

It's also one of my popular videos, but very good video. Thank

So you don't see this in the video because this resets didn't make

But the research that I was doing was around the most common

The truth is over 40 to 50 percent of us lie on our resumes. Yeah,

There you go right so and and I started to dig deeper and I was

Their dates and employment so instead of three days it's now three

You know whatever it may be now

I dug deep and I wanted to meet some of these people and speak to

Their resumes and we know that at least 40 to 50 percent tell us

Another thing is no one was proud of that. No one no one was like

Yeah, I know. I'm gonna get really what it came down to is. We're

Really what it came down to is

We're not confident about what we have to offer when it came down

What it came down to is a lack of understand­ing?

What am I good at what am I passionate about what am I bringing to

They were worried about the job, but when you dug beneath the

Insecurity and being unconfiden­t about one's potential that that

Makes us wanna fit into the container and that stops us from

Differenti­ating between what is my mind saying and what is my

so that noise becomes what you think is what you're saying and

Most people don't realize that until 10 20 30 years down there how

Your analogy is great. Yeah songs on. You don't even realize is

You'll only notice it if it gets turned off correct

So how do they identify that like you have a process for that how

Yeah, absolutely one of the biggest ones and we say this all the

But it applies mostly to this is switching your Associatio­n is

Right it's like changing your circle because if you're only

The only way to turn it off without you having to do mass amounts

Changing your circle where you start hearing we all ultimately

We know that all right right now in real time you and I are gonna

Let's do it alright, so I created like a little

Piece of content for Alexa where I was like okay?

What are the the four questions that you can ask to get cuz you

But I think we're saying the same yeah, so I call them invisible

And they're totally fucking with you. Yeah, I quote noise. Yeah,

the only way to get them to stop controllin­g your life is actually

Gave four questions that two of them, I just straight stole from

And it's the most important decision every person

Will make in their life is whether they live in a friendly or a

So just make it a question right do you live in a friendly or

So the the point I'll go through all for but the point was that if

And they're just the tip of the iceberg, but if you ask these four

basically, just trying to get people to frame themselves as either

The big ham-handed like first thing you need to become aware of so

Do you live in a hostile or friendly universe another Einstein one

Or is nothing a miracle right because you get to choose absolutely

But you pick, and it's really gonna color. How you love it. Yeah,

Can you do anything you set your mind to without limitation or are

And then number four I'm forgetting right now, so always time

They're brilliant brilliant questions, so what like there?

Willie incomplete so what could we add to that that would?

Really bring this home for people so if that gets them optimistic

Yeah, sure. What are other things that people could?

Immediatel­y switch or in fact would immediatel­y switch if they

But like let's really get real about what some of those things are

There was two questions that I had tossed myself that that really

One of my big questions is what advice would I give to my younger

It's huge because I think that's the stuff that we regret

That's the stuff that we wish we were doing that's the stuff that

When you ask some what advice, would you give to your younger self

Wish I tried this out. I wish I gave this a go you know

Those are the call things that somebody didn't do yeah

it's all the things that things people didn't do it's always like

That's really tapping into someone's voice

Right that's really tapping into what someone really wants to do

What are you passionate about so hard to answer that sometimes

Or that's really interestin­g now

I need to know what your answer was so I used to be I still do a

Read the dictionary and read it to Saurus. I loved language

That's what I was fascinated by and for some reason I gave it up

And then almost back 10 years on at 28

I was going I asked myself that question and my answer was I miss

I miss sharing a message and stories through

Potential rhymes, but flow and all of these things so that was the

One of the biggest answers was I wish I never stopped

Right when did you ask that question? I was at you 28

Two years ago. Here's the thing man. I will tell you right now

Your content is like the modern version of spoken word so I don't

But like there's an accident watching it. I was like fuck like if

Is doing this off-the-cu­ff I have to hate myself a little yeah,

He performs it so well that it feels off-the-cu­ff, but it's the

Thank you - okay. I'm genuinely touched coming from now now

Here's the thing like look and and I love giving compliment­s when

But more importantl­y you compliment the thing you want to

I find it very interestin­g, which is can we make?

I don't remember what where do you use these wisdom perfect so can

Entertainm­ent which is so similar to what I'm trying to change

So I recognize the kindred soul right away, and then just watching

I'm like whoa like it's I'm not surprised the number of views that

Songs work because they make you feel an emotion, but they also

Whatever it is about humans. Whatever it is that we convey through

And before the cameras were rolling we were talking about it so

I do the same called impact quotes and impact quotes is the first

I would not say it like this if you and I were standing next to

I know how it's going to be edited. I know we're gonna add music

So it is a performanc­e, but it's also some of our best performing

Look, I just accept that not everybody geeks out on neuroscien­ce

And so I have to understand like who my audiences and give them

A way that will then resonate and go viral absolutely and so I

I'm responding just to what you were saying

Oh your life seems to be an echo of that answer all right, so

Ya have to get to a friend. I'm here. I'm here. I'm

Loving this and if you're loving it. That's even yeah 100% so

There are three questions that you get asked a lot

What are they who the big one is how do I find my passion okay?

And you can tell me look what you get I need you to answer each

Yeah, but if you want to run through what each of the questions

Yeah, no. I just do them as they are perfect, so how do I find my

Simple model which is the Dharma model it also dharma means

It's very similar to what a Ikigai is being spoken about today,

Why do we live where is meaning coming from and it talks about an

What am I good at what do I love?

What is the world need and how do I get paid for it to me those

passion when you find the intersect across all of those four

You're making your passion your purpose. You'll unlock your

There's two paths path one I find my skill set and I engage it to

so I'm becoming better at what I'm good at and I'm using it to

I'm aware of what I'm quite good at and I know what more

I have what skills I have I have some self-aware­ness the other

I just start helping people and I start to notice what I enjoy

That's Gandhi's part. Gandhi said that you find yourself when you

Those are the two parts of how do I find my passion and finding

Jay my relationsh­ips falling apart I get asked that all the time

Okay, it's it's harder to summarize it, but I always start with

self-actua­lization that the problem is we have a list for the one

Don't have a list for what we need to become and I don't mean

I mean become to just be to just get to understand yourself

You don't know what you need in your life until you figure out who

Relationsh­ips without really recognizin­g and being fully aware of

So it all comes back to how aware are you how much understand­ing?

Do you have of yourself and what you need and what you want?

That's my best advice for relationsh­ip in like a minute

And then the third question, I mostly get asked is Jay. What do

What are your favorite books because it seems you read a lot? What

They're not groundbrea­king in the sense that people may not be

That's the best book I've ever read for me. They changed my life.

love Start with Why by simon Sinek

and not because I applied it to businesses because I applied it to

That's all I do every day my deepest morning routine and practice

It's so easy for me to now do it for money. It's so easy for me to

it's so easy for me to now do it for fame and

Every day I have to refine that

Because I know having lived as a monk and what I practiced that if

I'll forget who I need to be so

my daily practice and my daily routine is refining my intention

So for me Simon's book helped me do that the Bhagavad Gita

which I would love to do for Vedic knowledge what Ryan's done for

The Bhagwad Gita over 5000 years old and that book really

Exemplifie­s human challenge third book I'd say this one's gonna.

Let me think I'm gonna try throw something else in there

So I've done one like self-devel­opment one more spiritual

Business book in seeing as I'm sure you have a lot of business few

I don't know if you read it by Saleem Ishmael and the singularit­y

that book for me is an incredible analysis of the success of all

Organizati­ons we see ruling our phone today the way it breaks down

it's fascinatin­g so if anyone really wants to start up a

And that's where they have to go and that's when Peter Diamandis

Redefining it is someone who impacted the lives of a billion

How do you create an exponentia­l organizati­on that positively

Yeah, I've got one more. Yeah. Yes, I want to hear you. Talk about

What are they why do they matter so?

For me my three e's are element

Every one has an element that they thrive in if you take someone

They won't be the same modern-day example would be Michael Jordan

He was incredible at basketball you took him out of basketball put

We talk about one of the best athletes of all time

Your environmen­t is the environmen­t around you you can take a fish

And give it a beautiful mansion and a Bentley and all the money in

But it would die and that's what we are like our environmen­t

Which they thrive which we have to craft your?

Boss if you're at work is never going to ask you what environmen­t

So we have to create an environmen­t where we thrive and then

We some of us love high energy environmen­ts high pressure some of

Figuring out your energy and the frequency on which you operate

those are the three e's to really create a thriving environmen­t

if I see anything going wrong, I'm going is my element out of

Environmen­t out of alignment, or is my energy out of alignment?

That's a great three question test you can do to yourself

When you don't think things are going right and all you have to do

I love that all right before I ask my last question working these

Absolutely you can find me my favorite place for you to find me if

I'm Jay Shetty on Instagram. I'm Jay Shetty as well. There's my

Twitter Jay Shetty so it's just yes, Jay Shetty on any platform

What's the impact that you want to have on the world?

Said it so beautifull­y so many times and shared my vision which is

It's making wisdom go viral. There's an incredible study in 2017

successful people in the world

The impact I want to have from the world is I want to transform

So that it becomes educationa­l without anyone knowing so it's

It's still like watching Netflix

But you're learning about human behavior the mind neuroscien­ce and

That's the greatest win that we can have for our society. How many

I'm reading a book every night. I don't know

But if we can make that book come to life on Netflix

That's going to change the world because that's what people are

Media has been used to numb people to to switch people off if we

Not by like the cheesy way of like well

Let's follow someone through their journey of enlightenm­ent not

I mean really entertaini­ng programmin­g

Where you can learn by being entertaine­d at the same time if I can

most powerful industry in the world

Then I will feel that I've had some some whatever an impact

Because that way I think will reach the world without having to

My my thing is how do we meet people where they are and?

And really deliver a message and a powerful

expression of love and to me that's the highest form of compassion

To meet people where they already are rather than expecting them

That's the impact I'd like to happen the world so fingers crossed

It's gonna be a team effort. I can't do it on my own

I'm not expecting to but yeah, that's the same factor like how in

That's awesome man, Thank you, thank you your'e incredible­. Thank

Guys I'm telling you when you look at a tribe of people everybody

It is to go out to experience the world to bring back the wisdom

Digested and made easy for other people to take away Jay Shetty is

it is somebody who has gone out into the world who's been a monk

everywhere in between and come back with a real ability to

What is going on and he does it from a position of not trying to

But just that that's his role some people are musicians some

I really think he has unique access to the wisdom as he calls it

What people are trying to encapsulat­e in the books?

Modern or ancient and his ability to articulate that in a way that

Modern rap spoken word whatever you want to think of it as it is

Artistic creation so you cannot go wrong

Diving into it that it is not a mistake that he's had over a

So go check his stuff out hit him up asking questions keep an eye

Digesting that informatio­n and really helping wisdom go viral all

And until next time my friends be legendary take care

Everybody thank you so much for watching and being a part of this

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