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Last week I had the pleasure of crying my eyes out (Alex hates when I use this phrase) to a show on Netflix.
I’m a weirdo when it comes to challenges. No matter what, if you challenge me to something, I’m going to dedicate my life to being the winner.
The other day, some of the folks I work with were talking about the “fact” that investing in the stock market and bonds is a better investment than anything else… c’mon I had to get in on that.
After making my point that the best investment you can make is in yourself, they challenged me to see who could reach a revenue target faster: the stock watcher or the self-developer.
I can proudly say I’m leaving them in the dust right now.
But I digress.
There was a lot of hype built around the new documentary “Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru” out on Netflix (it should be out everywhere now).
The Tony Robbeezy fanboys on the interwebs were daring me to watch it and not cry… challenge accepted.
You already know how that ended.
The Journey of Self-Discovery
It’s an amazing documentary, you need to go see it.
I’m not promising you it will change your life.
I’m not promising you that you will leave with answers you’ve been asking your entire life.
You’ll probably leave feeling like you need to go to one of his events in person.
But what I definitely got from it, and what I can promise you will get from it, are questions.
The kind of questions that will send you on a journey of self-discovery.
The kind of questions you never thought you had inside you.
The kind of questions that if you found the answers, you know you would be a much better person for them.
I am in no way affiliated with or profiting from this endorsement, I really enjoyed it and want to share it with you.
I hope you go see it, and reply to this email and tell me how it was for YOU.
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