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//Ep #80: Purpose – Value

Ep #80: Purpose – Value

In part 2 of this week’s 3 part series, we’re going to be talking about Value. Understanding value is a big reason why this course was created.

A lot of people have the idea that their purpose was created by them, that it is something they have to be told or discover. Purpose is defined by the reason that something exists, our brain searches for people who give us these examples.

The truth of it is, we DECIDE what our purpose is! And one way we can start to decide is to figure out what value we want to add to the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What You’ll Learn From this Episode:

  • The relationship between purpose and value
  • Understanding how to create purposeful thoughts
  • Why our brains look for external proofs for value

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Speaker 1:

Welcome to the Alpha Male Coach Podcast, the only podcast that teaches men the cognitive mastery and alpha mindset that it takes to become an influential and irresistible man of confidence. Here’s your host, certified life coach and international man of mystery, Kevin Aillaud.

Kevin Aillaud:

What’s up, my brothers? Welcome back to the Alpha Male Coach Podcast. I am your host, Kevin Aillaud. Let me hit you up with some full disclosure. This is the second recording of this episode. Here’s the thing, guys. It is. It’s Monday, right? So what’s going on? What’s going on, coach? What’s happening? It’s Monday. You usually release these episodes on Friday. And I have been releasing them on Friday.

Kevin Aillaud:

Last week, I did a three-part episode on Training for Chaos, and my podcast editor loved it. He said, “Hey, let’s do another week. Let’s do another three this week.” And so, I thought about what could I do this week? What I decided was I’m going to do a … Not a three-part episode, but you guys know I’m releasing a course on how to create more money, how to create a second revenue stream, how to start a side hustle, sort of like how to release your inner value, deliver your purpose, that theme, and three of the topics that are in that course are time, value, and worth.

Kevin Aillaud:

And so, I figured I’m going to talk about those three topics on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of this week. So today we’re going to talk about time, Wednesday we’ll talk about value, and Friday we’ll talk about worth.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now here’s the thing, guys. I’m going to talk about these topics. I’m going to teach you on these, but what is in the course is going to be completely different than what I talk about now, because really with these podcasts, I’ve got 20 minutes. These courses are much, much longer, much, much more in-depth. The truth is that in courses, there’s a lot more interaction, there’s a lot more questions, there’s a lot more you guys doing at work during the lecture, during the webinar, during the engagement. With these podcasts, I’m more just wanting to explain these concepts.

Kevin Aillaud:

So the reason why this is a second take is because I like to get these podcasts out to you guys in 20, maybe 30 minutes max. I just spent 40 minutes recording the last one and I didn’t even finish. I couldn’t even get to an end.

Kevin Aillaud:

That’s the way I am with time. If you guys have ever been able to talk to me, if you’ve ever done a consultation call, or if we’ve ever met up outside of Zoom, outside of the computer screen, and if you’ve ever breached the concept or the topic of time with me, then you know I can get wild with time, I can get abstract with time.

Kevin Aillaud:

Time fascinates me like crazy. I love time. I love thinking about time. I’m following in that Einstein way of thinking that relativity, of what is this thing? Why is it so strange? Why is it so difficult to understand When we think about it, it seems like the more we think about it, the more we actually apply mental effort to it. The less we understand, the more strange it becomes.

Kevin Aillaud:

That whole ignorance is bliss, like the less we know about time, the less we think about it, the more we can just fall into it and just be around it. But when we start thinking about, it’s like what is this? This is crazy. It’s insane. I love time and I can get crazy with it.

Kevin Aillaud:

So this is the second episode. This is the second take, second recording, and I’m really going to try to bring myself down, give you guys some information about time. Then if you really want to get wild, if you really want to go down the rabbit hole of time with me, then there’s lots of ways to do that. You can join the Spartans. We can do that. You can sign up for a 45-minute consultation and we can talk about time and how you view time and all that.

Kevin Aillaud:

But for this podcast, guys, I want to talk a little bit about the model and I want to look at time and what it is and how it’s really going to serve you, because time is really the most valuable asset we have and really it’s the only thing we can’t get more of. All right?

Kevin Aillaud:

It’s so fascinating that way because everything else we can get more of, everything else we can manifest, we can bring from the future into the present, and then we can have it and we can hold it in the present. We can have a magnetism around it. We can have an attachment. I don’t want to say attachment like mentally or emotionally, but we can have this magnetism around stuff. Like this computer that I’m recording this podcast on, I have it, right? It’s in my life. It’s around me throughout time. As the present passes into the past, the computer doesn’t disappear. It’s with me from moment to moment, from present to present.

Kevin Aillaud:

So we can always have more. We can do that with stuff and money and people. The things around us can be with us in the present. But the present is never going to hold. The present itself, time itself, slips away into the past. It’s always moving. We cannot get more of it. We are aging. We’re moving into the future as it becomes our present and falls into our past.

Kevin Aillaud:

But here’s the thing. Even though we can’t get more of it, what we can do is manage it so that we can create more within the time we do have, which is, again, I know that sounds like a paradox. That is an alpha paradox. It’s like time is objective. Time is neutral. 60 minutes for you is 60 minutes for me. That’s always the same. But here’s the alpha. Here’s the alpha state on that. Within 60 minutes, we can manage that 60 minutes so that we can create more within that 60 minutes.

Kevin Aillaud:

So it’s not the time. It’s not the exterior time as a construct in its absolutism. It is the way we manage our mind around time so that we get results from time. It is a mental construct. It is a mind management theory that we use in order to create.

Kevin Aillaud:

So here’s the definition. Time is the indefinable continued progress of existence in events that happen in the present slipping into the past from the future and regarded as a sum of its parts, looked at as a whole. We look at time from life to death.

Kevin Aillaud:

So piecing that apart, that’s what time is. It’s indefinable. We cannot define it. We cannot observe it. It is a continued progress of existence. That is your life, right? That is what you do. We continually progress through time. We continually grow as we exist. That’s so beautiful.

Kevin Aillaud:

I think that it’s because of that that we want more of it. We want more days, years in our lives because we want to see that continual progression. We want to continually see what happens next.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now a lot of times we’re not consciously creating what happens next. We’re just allowing time to just deliver and just … We’re unconscious in it in that beta condition. But when we understand more time and we actively go out and create it, we see that it is valuable. We see the power of that. What is that value for you? Why is time valuable for you?

Kevin Aillaud:

Let’s get into the model. I want you guys to see the model because I want to spend some time with this one, because I think that this one’s really going to open you up to recognizing how time really is neutral. But for me to do that, first of all, I’m going to remind you of the five components of the model which represent the universal truth.

Kevin Aillaud:

I’ve talked a little bit about circumstances already, guys. Circumstances are neutral. With all the stuff that’s happening out there with the pandemic, for example, the C, the pandemic, that’s neutral, that’s objective. That’s the thing you want to know. Time is the same. It’s neutral, it’s objective, but it’s also the gift. The circumstance is not just neutral. It’s not just objective, it’s not just happening outside of our body, it’s not just out of our control, but it’s also happening for us.

Kevin Aillaud:

It’s not happening to us. We are not victims of our circumstance. We are not victims of this pandemic. We are not victims of time. Whatever is in the C-line, we are not victims of it. It is not happening to us. I want you guys to know that in addition to it being neutral, in addition to time being neutral, it’s also happening for us. Time is our gift. Whatever’s in the C-line is a gift for us.

Kevin Aillaud:

I know that that can be difficult to understand because sometimes we look at our C-line and we integrate it with our emotion, and we think it’s bad. But the truth is, guys, it’s like that kaleidoscope. If you’re under 30, you may not know what a kaleidoscope is. I’ve mentioned it before in my podcast.

Kevin Aillaud:

What it is, guys, is like this changing of geometric shapes and colors that you turn. You look through this cone and you see in the other end sort of like binoculars, but it’s one. So it’s just one of them that you look down and you spin it at the end and it changes. It changes geometric shapes and colors.

Kevin Aillaud:

But we look at all these geometric shapes and colors and we don’t think of them as better or worse. As we change the kaleidoscope, it’s not better or worse. It’s just different. We just watch it and change it. It can be entertaining. It was entertaining before the digital age. It was entertaining before TV came out.

Kevin Aillaud:

But what was cool about it was that, yeah, I mean it’s just constantly changing. You’re like, “Oh, look at those shapes, look at those colors.” But there’s not that judgment that we have around circumstances. Like with our life, we judge those shapes and those colors. We’re constantly saying this is better, this is worse, this is good, this is bad. But circumstances are not like that. Those are our thoughts.

Kevin Aillaud:

The same way we have those thoughts about the kaleidoscope, the kaleidoscope itself is just a constant change, a constant flux that is happening for us as a gift. So that’s what the C-line is. That’s what our circumstances is.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now our thoughts don’t always match that. Sometimes our thoughts are, “This is bad.” We resist. Sometimes our thought, “This is great and wonderful.” But our thoughts are what creates our subjectivity. It’s our thoughts that when we practice, they become beliefs. When they become beliefs, they give us the emotional experience.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now the emotional experience is the feeling in our body. It’s the cellular vibration. That is what makes life good or bad because of how we feel. It’s always just a cellular vibration.

Kevin Aillaud:

So those are three components of the model. We’ve got the C, the circumstance. It’s neutral outside of you and for you. We have the T-line, which is what you’re thinking about the circumstance. Then we have the feeling that you get when you think those thoughts about the circumstance. Our feelings drive our actions.

Kevin Aillaud:

So our organic machine, our body acts because of the cellular vibration that it feels that comes from the thought that it thinks and believes, and all that is choice. We get to choose that. That’s our power. That’s our volition. That’s our free will. We get to choose how we want to think. We get to choose what we want to believe so that we could create the emotion that drive our actions.

Kevin Aillaud:

The reason why we do that is because our actions give us our results, and our results determine our life and our belief system, because we create our belief system with our choices of thought, but then we reinforce that belief system with the results that we get from our actions.

Kevin Aillaud:

So let’s look at this as an example of time. I want you guys to look generally, you can look generally at time, put time in the C-line generally as like this construct, or you can be very specific about it and say one day. We’re going to look at one day or one hour, 60 minutes. So whether you’re looking at time specifically or whether you’re looking at it generally, it’s all going to be how you think about time that creates your results.

Kevin Aillaud:

If we look at 60 minutes, let’s say we’re given 60 minutes. Our boss says, “You have 60 minutes to complete this task.” That’s the thing. That’s the circumstance. My boss says I have 60 minutes. So now I’m thinking 60 minutes and my thought is that’s not enough time. My brain goes to that’s not enough. That glass is half empty. I’m looking at the glass that’s sitting there on the table and it has water in it. That’s the 60 minutes. That’s the neutral thing. But my brain says that glass is half empty. My brain says I don’t have enough time. 60 minutes is not enough time.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now when I’m thinking that, oh my gosh, maybe I go into straight fear and panic. My boss says, “You’ve got 60 minutes to do this.” Maybe I’m feeling stress, fear, panic, and all of a sudden my actions are freak out. I totally freak out.

Kevin Aillaud:

But maybe it’s not like that. Maybe I’m thinking I don’t have enough time to do that. It’s just a thought, and said that just more calm. So instead of freaking out and feeling panic and fear, I just feel a low-level stress, like just a little bit of hum of like, “Yeah, okay. Whatever you say, sir or ma’am,” like it’s not going to happen. I don’t have enough time. Now you may not say that to your boss, but that’s what you’re thinking. “Eh, okay. Whatever. I don’t have enough time,” feeling stressed.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now here’s the thing. You may think that that stress or that panic or that fear, whatever you’re feeling, comes from the 60 minutes, or maybe from the person even, because then there’s the blame. “Oh, that person. I can’t believe they were only giving me 60 minutes to do this. They’re out of their mind.” There’s the blame.

Kevin Aillaud:

But you’re thinking that maybe the stress or the fear of 60 minutes, “I only have 60 minutes. How am I going to get this done in 60 minutes?” you’re thinking it comes from the time. That’s the beta condition. The beta condition is, “I’m feeling stressed out because of 60 minutes.” But the truth is you’re feeling stressed out or fearful or in panic because you’re thinking 60 minutes is not enough time. It’s coming from the thought, not from the circumstance.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now I’m going to get back to that in a moment because there may be some pushback on that. But let me go into the action. So if you’re feeling panicked and stressed, then your actions are not going to be efficient. Your actions are not going to be calm. They’re not going to be clean. You’re not going to use that time effectively. You might procrastinate.

Kevin Aillaud:

It might be that if your thought is, “Well, I’m not going to get it done in 60 minutes. There’s no way I’m going to get it done the way I want,” that’s the perfectionist illusion. “I’m not going to get it done perfectly in 60 minutes. I don’t have enough time to get it done in a way that my boss is going to think I’m the man in 60 minutes.” That’s perfection.

Kevin Aillaud:

It’s not about the value of the product. It’s about what my boss thinks of me or what people think about me through the products. I’m not going to get this task done in a way that’s going to shine amazing light on me in 60 minutes, so I’m going to go procrastinate. I’m going to do something else. And we just don’t have enough time. That’s procrastination, putting it off.

Kevin Aillaud:

The other thing we do is buffer. And sometimes buffering is we don’t even know, because sometimes you might say, “Oh, okay. Cool. I’m just going to go to the water cooler. I’m going to get some water,” or, “I’m going to go to the refrigerator. I’m just going to get a snack. I’m going to get a handful of almonds,” or, “I’m going to get an apple from the refrigerator,” whatever it is. That’s buffering and you may not even know it’s buffering. Or, “I’m going to go watch the next episode of Cheers.”

Kevin Aillaud:

“60 minutes is not enough time for me to do this, so I’m just going to go ahead and watch TV right now. I’ll get it done later. I’ll get it done when I have more time.” That’s the move. It’s a buffer, but you don’t even know it’s a buffer because it sounds to you like a fact. Your brain is telling you that’s a fact. “I don’t have enough,” time is not a thought. It’s a fact to you, to your brain.

Kevin Aillaud:

So literally your brain is like, “Well, I don’t have enough time to get this task done, but I do have enough time to watch this episode of Cheers. So I’m going to go ahead and buffer with TV. I’m going to go and watch this episode of Cheers. Then when I’d have an hour, when I have an hour and a half, because I can’t get it done in an hour, when I have an hour and a half, then I’m going to do this.” That’s that buffering.

Kevin Aillaud:

It’s like “I don’t want to feel stressed. I don’t want to feel stressed about having this hour, of not having enough time, it’s what my brain is telling me, so I’m just going to buffer and go watch Cheers, which is going to give me that dopamine, that pleasure to make me feel better about not doing my tasks, about not having enough time, about me thinking I don’t have enough time.” That’s where the dopamine, that’s where the buffering comes in.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now the result is that my tasks don’t get done, the tasks remain incomplete, which is great evidence for your brain, because then your brain’s going be like, “See, look. Task didn’t get done. I told you we didn’t have enough time. I told you in the beginning there wasn’t enough time. Of course, we didn’t have enough time, and the evidence is that the tasks aren’t done. This is the proof that we didn’t have time. Look. Right? See, the tasks are not done, and the reason is because we didn’t have enough time. That’s why.”

Kevin Aillaud:

So your brain is going to reinforce that thought. It’s going to reinforce the belief that there’s not enough time by you looking at the result that the tasks didn’t get done. It’s not because of 60 minutes, but your brain is going to tell you that. Your brain is going to tell you that the tasks didn’t get done because there wasn’t enough time. You’re going to go to your boss and they’ll just say, “Why did these tasks not get done? Why is this the result? You tell me about this result. Tell me why the tasks aren’t done,” and you’re going to tell him or her, you’re going to tell your boss what your brain told you: 60 minutes wasn’t enough time.

Kevin Aillaud:

That is not a fact. That is a thought. Your boss may say, “You had 60 minutes.” That’s the fact. Why was it not enough time? Because then we’re getting into like, “Okay, so tell me more. Why was it not enough time?”

Kevin Aillaud:

This is where we get into productivity, we get into efficiency, because it’s not that it’s not enough time. It’s just that your brain was telling you that, and that was the result. Now, again, it doesn’t have to do with your boss. It has to do with you, because when you take this course, how to create your side business, how to create more money, how to live your purpose, there is no deadline. There is no boss, there is no thing out there saying, “Have this done in 60 minutes.” There’s just you and you. Your boss is you.

Kevin Aillaud:

Your boss is your alpha state and your employee is your beta condition. From the alpha state, your boss says, “Okay, I want this done in 60 minutes,” and your beta condition that has to say, “Well, am I going to run this unintentional model of ‘I don’t have enough time’, feel stress, go procrastinate, and buffer or am I going to run this intentional model?”

Kevin Aillaud:

This intentional model looks like this, guys. We’re not changing the time. We’re not changing the time at all. We’ll keep it at 60 minutes. But instead of your brain telling you that 60 minutes is not enough time, you tell your brain that 60 minutes is plenty of time.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now stop right there, coach. Stop right there. Mr. A. How are you going to tell me that 60 minutes is plenty of time? I’m telling you it’s not enough time, because that’s what your brain says. Your brain believes it.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now a couple of things are happening. Number one, it’s like we want to make a move from that, “I don’t have enough time,” into there’s plenty of time, but we’re not just going to slam that. We’re not going to force that down our cognitive throat. We’re not going to say, yes, you believe that you have plenty of time. I know you don’t believe it, but you’re going to believe it because you have to believe it.

Kevin Aillaud:

We have to make this change. We can’t keep living this way. That doesn’t work. We need to make the shift to neutral. We need to accept our current thinking, make the shift to neutral, and then into the thoughts that will serve us. That’s the whole ladder of thoughts. You can go back and listen to some episodes and some teachings on that.

Kevin Aillaud:

But before that can even happen, you have to accept that, “I don’t have enough time,” is a thought. If I tell you that 60 minutes is enough time, but your brain is telling you that it’s not right … We have a task, task X, that we have to do and you’re given 60 minutes to do it. Your brain is going to tell you that task X cannot be completed in 60 minutes and I’m telling you that that’s a thought. I’m telling you that we have plenty of time. You’re saying we don’t have enough time.

Kevin Aillaud:

But because you believe that we don’t have enough time, because you believe that task X cannot, like it’s impossible for task X to be completed in 60 minutes, then if I even offer the thought that we have time, that we have plenty of time, that I can complete task X in 20 minutes or 30 minutes, you’re just laugh. “Oh, that’s ridiculous. You’re being silly. Prove it. I can’t believe it. That’s impossible. You’re being delusional. You have no idea what you’re talking about. You’ve never done this before.”

Kevin Aillaud:

Again, your brain is going to start saying all these other thoughts, which was the list of thoughts I just gave you, about why your beliefs are facts, about why there is not enough time, which is not a fact. It’s a belief that your brain has convinced you is true and now you’re trying to convince me that it’s true.

Kevin Aillaud:

So the first thing we’ve got to do is understand that I don’t have enough time is a belief. It’s not a fact, It’s the glass is half empty. Look, the glass is not half empty. You’re just choosing to think that there’s a glass there with water in it. That’s the fact. You’re looking at it as half empty and you want to try to convince me that it’s half empty. But I’m telling you it’s not half empty. It’s just there. Time is just there. 60 minutes is that. That’s what we have. You’re telling me it’s not enough time. I’m telling you that there is.

Kevin Aillaud:

But that’s the move. It’s not me telling you that there is. It’s me telling you that I think there is. I believe there is. Because I believe it, I will run a different model, and you can get to this model as well, because when you think that 60 minutes is not enough time, or the time when you have plenty, whatever it is, whatever’s in that C-line, whether it’s generally time or specifically 60 minutes and you think that’s plenty, you’re going to feel differently. You’re going to feel abundant. You’re going to feel like, “Yeah, I could get that task done. Absolutely. That’s plenty of time. I can get it done in half the time.”

Kevin Aillaud:

And that kind of feeling will drive a different action. You’re going to be acting in a way where you’re planning. You’re planning how you want to use that time. You’re using it effectively. You’re using it efficiently. You’re creating more time because you’re planning ahead of time and because of the way you’re using time. You’re not out there buffering or procrastinating or freaking out. You’re simply, “Yeah, let’s go to work. I’ve got plenty of time to do this. Let’s just get it done. We have the time.” It’s a completely different feeling.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now, look, you may be acting that way anyway. You may be thinking there’s not enough time. You may be feeling stressed and you may be out there using the time anyway. You may be at deadline. It’s like, “Oh my gosh, I have 60 minutes. I’m at deadline.”

Kevin Aillaud:

But here’s the thing. Even if you’re out there using time, even if you’re out there getting the task done, you’re feeling stressed while you’re doing it. You’re still feeling that emotion of, “I don’t have enough time,” feeling stressed out, and then trying to slam your actions, that force times distance, to get the tasks done while you’re feeling panic and stress.

Kevin Aillaud:

You can still get it done feeling calm and abundant, bro. That’s what I’m telling you. It’s like how you use your time, your motor actions, how you manipulate your organic machine, you can still get it done. I know you have. I know we’ve all used willpower. We’ve all had hit a deadline, used willpower, and felt exhausted afterwards. Then we blame our project or our job for feeling tired and fatigued, so that when we go home at night, we sit in front of the TV because, hey, I’m sitting in front of the TV, I’ve worked hard all day.

Kevin Aillaud:

We haven’t worked hard all day. What we’ve done is we’ve thought about how hard our work is all day. So then we feel mentally exhausted and we go home, we want to relax. But we’re creating that feeling. So certainly we can do the work from a place of stress and from a place of high levels of effort and anxiety. But then when we’re done, we’ve just burnt out all of our willpower and we’re mentally and emotionally exhausted. Then we blame our project and tasks, like I said, because then we’re like, “Oh, I just want to relax. My job is so hard.”

Kevin Aillaud:

But that’s not the case. We could just as easily think, “I’ve got plenty of time,” feel calm and abundant and effectively use that time so that by the time we’re done, not only do we have more time to spare, but we’re not feeling so exhausted and fatigued. So then we can go home and play with our kids or we can run a second business or hang out with our wife, take our wife on a date night, whatever it is. We could do something where we have more energy because we’re not thinking, “Man, my job is so hard and stressful and exhausting.”

Kevin Aillaud:

Now the result of that is I complete and create new things, which is going to reinforce my thought I have plenty of time, because when I create and complete new things, that is reinforcing all of that cognition. It’s reinforcing that belief.

Kevin Aillaud:

That shift is the process of coaching. That shift is the move. Time doesn’t change. 60 minutes is 60 minutes. Two people, given the same amount of time, one person thinking, “I don’t have enough,” the other person thinking there’s plenty, are going to use … You’re going to see a different outcome from that 60 minutes from those two thought patterns given the same exact circumstance.

Kevin Aillaud:

Time doesn’t change. The way you think about time will change your experience and results with time. That’s what I got for you today, guys. The truth is I can continue to … I mean this is 25 minutes, brothers. The first recording was 40. I could go on and on. I could talk about time being a format of distance, that we only measure time through how we travel, covering space.

Kevin Aillaud:

But I don’t want to go through all that. I just want to give you guys that model and understand that time is a mental construct. Time goes in the C-line.

Kevin Aillaud:

Time is in your mind. You get to determine what time means to you by how you think about it. It’s like money. Is money the root of all evil or is money the path to opportunity? Depending on whether you think one or the other is going to be whether … Is going to determine how much money you have. If you think that money is evil and it makes people bad, you’re probably not going to have a lot of it. If you think that money creates opportunity, then you’re probably going to aim to have more of it.

Kevin Aillaud:

Same with time. If you think that there’s not enough time, then you’re not going to have it. There’s not enough of it. There’s not enough to go around. “I don’t have enough.” If you think there’s plenty of it, you’re going to use it. You’re going to create with it, you’re going to plan with it, you’re going to be effective with it.

Kevin Aillaud:

I’m going to go through so much more. I’m going to talk to you guys so much more about how to use your time in a way that serves you and the world in the course.

Kevin Aillaud:

But that’s what I got for you today, guys. If you want to know more about time, if you want to know more about the course, if you just want to have a question, if you’re at home with time and have questions about how to not buffer, how to not procrastinate, how to get using your time in a way that serves you, go to the alphamalecoach.com and sign up for a free 45-minute consultation call.

Kevin Aillaud:

I’m going to tell you guys now, I guess 77, 78 episodes in, those consultation calls are not going to be free forever. My schedule is starting to fill up very, very fast. And so, those consultation calls, if you want to book those, if you want to understand and recognize what causal coaching is and how … It really is, all problems or thoughts, whatever you’re struggling with, is only because of the way you’re thinking. The way you’re thinking is what you’re struggling with. It’s not what’s happening. You’re not struggling because of what’s happening out there. It has nothing to do with money or jobs or viruses. It has to do with what you’re thinking.

Kevin Aillaud:

If you really want me to show this to you and prove this to you so that you can use this tool to change your life, then sign up for a 45-minute consultation call and we’ll go through that. Or just join the Spartan Academy and start your education. Start your training on cognitive mastery today, because the more you develop your cognitive mastery, the more your quality of life changes.

Kevin Aillaud:

It’s not about circumstances changing, guys. I just told you that. It’s not about having more time. 60 minutes is 60 minutes. That’s not going to change. What changes is your belief system. What changes is the way you think about 60 minutes. What changes is the way you think about other people. What changes the way you think about yourself and your value.

Kevin Aillaud:

It’s all about you, my friend, and it’s all about your brain, the stories your brain is telling you about you. You’re in control of that. That’s the great news. That’s the beautiful news, is that you get to control that. You get to control your thoughts about time, thoughts about money, thoughts about relationships, thoughts about yourself. You have the power, and that’s what I want to show you and teach you in the Academy.

Kevin Aillaud:

So go to the alphamalecoach.com, sign up for a consultation call, or just enroll in the Academy. Get started in your training. Get started in your cognitive mastery today. If you do have any questions, you can sign up for that call or you could send me an email and I’ll answer your questions, because the world longs for what you have to offer. We’re going to talk a lot more about that, my brother, on Wednesday, when we talk about value. So until Wednesday, my friends. Elevate your alpha.

Speaker 1:

Thank you for listening to this episode of the Alpha Male Coach Podcast. If you’ve enjoyed what you’ve heard and want even more, sign up for Unleash Your Alpha, your guide to shifting to the alpha mindset, at the alphamalecoach.com/unleash.

 

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