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//Ep #82: Truth Series – The Archipelago Truth (Part 1)

Ep #82: Truth Series – The Archipelago Truth (Part 1)

What’s up guys!  It’s Monday again and we are going to be doing one more 3 part series!  This series is on different truths.  Today will be the Archipelago truth, Wednesday the Emotional Truth, and Friday will be Abundant Truth.

In today’s episode we are going to use the archipelago analogy to understand a truth about ourselves.  The island is your potential, and there are 2 types of people: one who sit and wait on shore, and those who explore the island.  Which one are you?  There is no right or wrong choice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What You’ll Learn From this Episode:

  • How the truth can feel subjective based on our relationship with ourselves
  • How we deal with isolation
  • Understanding how we can learn so much about ourselves through the current isolation

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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, and once again, it’s Monday. I know April has been a crazy month. It’s just been bananas. Three episodes a week. It’s crazy, I know, but it’s also been really fun. It’s been really fun. I’m getting great feedback and I’m happy that you guys are absorbing this and loving this and excited about this. And this week we’re going to do another three part series.

Kevin Aillaud:

My editor has been just very gracious. He’s like, “Yes, let’s do it. This is great. This is helping and we’re going to keep putting it out there.” And this series is on different truths, right? So we’ve got today’s episode, which is the archipelago truth. We have Wednesday, which is the emotional truth. And then we have Friday, which is the abundant truth. So let’s get started.

Kevin Aillaud:

But before I do that, guys, head over to iTunes very quickly and leave me a five-star rating and review. We are so close to 200. Remember, the goal is 500, and I haven’t mentioned it in a while, but the goal is 500, we’re almost at 200, which means we’re almost halfway there. And I know that that’s almost halfway, but that’s so exciting, isn’t it, so motivating, because the second half is always much more … it’s much quicker, right? I used to do that when I was working out. I was halfway through the workout. I’m almost halfway through the workout because my brain knows that the second half and I’m working towards the back half, I’m getting closer to being done than in the front half. And just being the halfway, just crossing that threshold, it’s like hump day, right? It’s like Wednesday, just getting there.

Kevin Aillaud:

Your brain kind of starts to talk, “Oh, we’re on the downslide now. We’re getting close to the end now. Things are going to momentum. We’re going to get that momentum, we’re going to get that buildup.” So we’re almost at halfway. We’re almost at 250, guy, and we’re actually two ratings away from 200. We’re at 198. So head over to iTunes, leave me a five star rating, leave me a review. Tell me what you think of the show. And if you have already done that, obviously, I truly appreciate. I know that 198 of you guys have already done that, and that’s amazing.

Kevin Aillaud:

Let’s get into this episode now. This whole episode is an analogy that will help you understand relationships. Now, when I say relationships, I mean both relationships with other people and relationship, the relationship you have with yourself. At this point, I really believe that our species is on the precipice of a mental paradigm shift, right, in the way we think about our thinking, and a lot of it will come from the catalyst of solitude. A lot of it will come from what we’re experiencing right now.

Kevin Aillaud:

That’s part of the reason why I’m putting out all these episodes, but also why in the future you’re going to see a lot of episodes on what we are dealing with, right, like the boredom, like the solitude, like the loneliness, like things that are happening now. But I want you to imagine, I want to get into this analogy, and I want you to imagine essentially a bunch of islands, a ton of islands out in this vast sea, okay, this infinite sea. And in this sea are islands. We call that an archipelago, right? We call it an archipelago and this is like a chain of islands or a group of islands in a sea.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now, every one of these islands has one person on it, okay? You have an island, you are one of the people on this island, but every island only has one person. There is no island that has two people, and there is no island that has no person, right? So every island has a person. Now on those islands, there’s all different kinds of activity going on. Every person is doing something different, but essentially, there’s kind of like a binary thought, right? There’s either the thought, there’s either the people, there’s a binary activity, there’s either the people that explore the islands that they’re on, or there are the people that try to get off the island they’re on.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now again, with this analogy, I want you to understand that not only is this sea infinite, but so are these islands. These islands are also infinite. So you can never get off the island, nor can you ever explore the completeness of the islands, because it’s infinite islands.

Kevin Aillaud:

So we have some paradox is happening here, right? You imagine a infinite sea with islands in it, and then each one of these islands is bound by infinity, okay? So we have this. Now, and again, the people that are trying to get off the island, they’re really not trying to get off the island, right? It’s not like they’re trying to escape because that’s impossible, right? The island’s infinite and the boundaries, they don’t really have boundaries. So it’s not like these people were trying to get off the island. It’s more like they just don’t want to explore the islands. So either there are people that do explore the island or you have people that don’t explore the island. They kind of just hang out on the beach, right? They hang out on the beach and they see what’s washing up on the shore.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now with these two people, what happens is, and what I want you to understand is, that the island is like you, right? It’s like your potential. It’s like going into your brain, going into your mind, going into all of the things, all the places that you can achieve. It’s like going into that alpha state. It takes the alpha state to walk into the island so that you can discover for yourself more of who you are, which is infinite, right, which is that infinite island. That’s why it’s infinite. It’s infinite potential. But by going through the jungle, you’re going to find different parts of the island.

Kevin Aillaud:

And when I say jungle, I mean different from the beach, right? We have the beach part of the island where some people just kind of hang out at and then we have the jungle part that those people that hanging out are either afraid to go into, right, or just don’t want to go into it. They haven’t had any urge, any desire, are afraid to, and that’s where some people go in to explore.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now, that’s where you find the resources. That’s where you find your potential. That’s where you find all the things that you have on this island, which is infinite. You have an independent number of resources, you have an infinite number of skills you can learn there. You have an infinite number of things you could do on this island. Some things you will be creating from the resources on the island and other things are just there, right? Other things are just there for you to discover for yourself, for you to find.

Kevin Aillaud:

But on this island, this is your island, right? That’s the thing is you own this island and it is, every one of our islands is essentially the same. It’s not mapped out the same, but it’s always infinite, okay, so that anything that you could ever want to do on this island you can find on your island, but you could also find on everybody else’s island. Even though the way it’s set up, the map, the layout, the terrain is not the same, it’s still infinite, because there’s still always is something … you can always find limitless potential.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now here’s the thing. This is where people get a little confused is when they get confused about relationships. So the relationship you have with yourself is the relationship you have with the islands, okay? The island is sort of that relationship with yourself. You going into the island, you exploring the island, you finding out more about the island, you utilizing the resources of the island, you creating with what the island has there, that is your relationship with fear, right? It’s your relationship with going into the unknown, going into places you’ve never gone before in your brain, in your mind.

Kevin Aillaud:

Remember the analogy I use of the house, guys? Right? Your brain is like a house. It’s like you go into your house and most of the rooms in the house, the lights are off. Going into the jungle, going into your island, is like turning on the lights in your house. It’s like exploring that house. But this is the island now, so you’re going into different areas of the island. And when you go into these different areas of the islands, you’re always learning new things. Now again, you could just stay on the beach, right? You may never go into the island. You might just stay and say, “Hey, I’m going to hang out on the beach. This is a beautiful beach. I love this beach.” How you choose to create the relationship with yourself is completely up to you.

Kevin Aillaud:

Nothing is ever better or worse, right or wrong, right? It’s not like you should be going into the island or should be going into the jungle. I’m not saying that at all. I’m saying when you go into the jungle, when you discover more about who you are, what are the results that you get from that? And if you stay on the beach, what are the results you get from that?

Kevin Aillaud:

There’s a couple of different things I want to talk about. Number one is relationships. The second is going to be what happens in times like this, right, in times where maybe the weather changes and you’re on the beach and now the weather is different, right? We’re no longer enjoying the sun. Now we’re enjoying … There’s some kind of storm coming.

Kevin Aillaud:

So first let’s talk about relationships. Relationships are messages that come from other islands, okay? Now remember I said that these islands are infinite, so you got to kind of bear with me on this. These islands are infinite. You can never completely explore the entirety of the island. However, the island is bound. It’s bound by the shoreline, and because it’s bound by the shoreline, the other islands have a capacity to communicate with you, right?

Kevin Aillaud:

They can communicate with you in many different ways. Maybe they communicate with smoke signals, right, so they’re creating fires on their island and they’re sending smoke signals up, and you’re looking at these smoke signals from your island. Maybe they have discovered on their island certain resources like bottles and corks and paper and ink, and now they’re writing messages, putting them in a bottle, corking it up and throwing it out into the sea and it’s washing up on your island, right?

Kevin Aillaud:

So there’s communication with other islands, but no matter what happens in that communication, there’s always going to be a misinterpretation. Or what I like to say it’s not a misinterpretation, but you’re never really in relationship with that other person, right? You’re never really standing in front of that other person communicating with them. You’re only in the relationship with how you are interpreting the messages that they’re sending to you. Right? You’re only ever in a relationship with your thoughts about this other person or about what’s happening on this other island.

Kevin Aillaud:

You may be receiving these messages in a bottle, but the intention of the message from the person who’s on the other island is not going to be the same message that you receive when you open up the bottle and read the message, because you’re going to be interpreting it from your thoughts, from your perspective on it. It’s not the direct communication. So when you have other people that are on other islands and we’re communicating with each other, we’re sending, a lot of times these messages are going to be misunderstood, miscommunicated, just misinterpreted in general.

Kevin Aillaud:

The intention of other people, what they mean and what they say from what they’re thinking, right, from what they’ve discovered on their island, and while they try to communicate with you, it’s not going to be understood directly by you. So for example, if somebody on another island is saying, “Hey, look, if you go into your island, if you walk into the jungle, you’ll find out more. You’ll grow, you’ll become more of who you are,” like some people say that have done it before. So they write this down and they throw this out there. But when you find the bottle, when it washed up on your shore and you pull the cork and you read it, it says, all it says is, “Go inside.” Right? It says, “Go inside yourself,” or, “Be more of who you are,” or, “Be authentic,” or, “Be yourself,” right? So when you read that and you’re like, “Well, what does that mean? I don’t understand what that means,” because it’s not direct.

Kevin Aillaud:

It’s not, “Take that step into the jungle, find the jungle, explore your island.” It’s not so direct. But even if it is direct, brothers, that’s the other thing is even if it is direct, even if the person on the other island, they draw a map of their island, they map it out and they’re like, “Oh, here is how I created this for me in my life. I found it here in this part of my island. I found it by walking this path and getting through this direction.” And they draw you a map, a perfect map on paper that you can follow directly and they put it in this bottle and they send it out and it washed up on your shore and you pull it out and you just look at it, even if that happens, remember, their island is not the same as your island, right?

Kevin Aillaud:

Your island is different. You could follow their map, but it’s not going to get you to the same destination they got because the way their map, the way their island is, the topography, the layout, where things are, it’s different than your island. So even if it is a map, it’s a map of their brain, not yours. It’s a map of their beliefs and their sort of emotions, right, not yours.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now, I’ve gone quite a bit into this analogy and I can continue to go into this analogy, but what I want you guys to understand is how this analogy works. What does it all mean to you? It was like, “Okay, coach. What you’re telling me is that we all live in this archipelago of isolation here. We’re all on this islands of ourselves, and it even when we think that we’re communicating or connecting with other people, we’re really not, right? We’re just really only connecting and communicating with our own thoughts about what other people are trying to tell us.” And that’s all true. That’s all true.

Kevin Aillaud:

But how do we deal with this in our current time, right, of either chosen or forced isolation, whichever it is that you’re … wherever it is your brain is at, whether you believe that you’re being forced to isolate or whether you’re choosing to isolate, right? Whatever it is your brain is telling you, depending on that, how does this analogy, how does this episode, this podcast episode, how does it help you to know this, to know this analogy about the way life is?

Kevin Aillaud:

Here’s what it is. The purpose of other people, here’s what I want you guys to know, the purpose of other people and even the purpose of your own mechanized organic movements is not to entertain you, okay? Other people are not to entertain you and your behavior is not to entertain you. People are feeling bored right now, not because they’re not doing anything, right? It has nothing to do with their actions. It has to do with the way they’re thinking about their circumstances. Right? The boredom comes from thoughts.

Kevin Aillaud:

But people have been using, for the most part, a lot of people have been using, and you know, actions to entertain themselves, right? And then they think that it’s the purpose of that action to create entertainment, but it’s not. The purpose of entertainment, the purpose of action, is to create results. We entertain ourself through cognition, right? Other people, the purpose of relationship is to grow it, to support it, to have fun and to experience. It’s not to create entertainment, just like it’s not our food’s responsibility to entertain us or other people’s responsibility to entertain us, or our behavior responsibility to entertain us.

Kevin Aillaud:

The only thing that ever entertains us is your brain, is our brain. The only thing that’s ever going to entertain you, brother, is the island, right? That’s what I’m telling you. That’s the analogy. It’s just the island. The only entertainment you will ever have is the island. You cannot escape the island. The island is bound by infinite infiniteness, but it’s also bound by a shore. There is no entertainment other than the island. The island is your entertainment. That is your mind. That is your beliefs, your cognition.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now, what seems to have happened here is that all the people who are hanging out on the beach, right? Remember that, the people hanging on the beach, they weren’t exploring their island before, right? They were hanging on the beach, communicating with other people constantly, right, kind of throwing bottles back and forth. What’s happened here is that those communications have slowed down, right?

Kevin Aillaud:

The rain’s come in, there’s a storm that’s come in. We’re no longer on the beach enjoying the sun, easily communicating back and forth, cloudless skies. We got our umbrella, we got our lounge chair, we’re hanging out there, surfboard, everything ready and we’re just kind of tossing bottles back and forth because everything’s great. The weather’s wonderful and we love it. But now the rain’s come in. Now we’ve got this storm, and this particular storm seems to be worse than many storms in the past, right? For some reason, we’ve worked up our brain to believe that this storm is worse than other storms. When in reality a storm is a storm as a storm, right? It’s just how we choose to think about it. It’s just a storm. It’s just rain coming in, change of weather.

Kevin Aillaud:

But the people don’t want to go into their island. The people that were hanging on the beach enjoying that weather, that good weather, that sunny weather, and communicating, they don’t want to go into their island for shelter, right? And there’s no sun anymore to enjoy what they already know, right, because they know the sun. They know that they want to enjoy the sun. And the messages in the bottles have now turned into smoke signals, right? Because people aren’t throwing bottles out anymore. Communications have changed.

Kevin Aillaud:

But of course this is the analogy, right? The rain has come in, the weather, the circumstances have changed and now everybody is running around in their own islands. They’re just kind of running around on their island, the beach of their island, in a panic. It’s like, “I’m not getting any more bottles anymore. Communication’s slowed down. The sun’s not out anymore. It’s starting to rain. What do I do? What do I do? Where do I go? How do I get shelter? What’s happening?” And we see this panic.

Kevin Aillaud:

But here’s the thing. This is the move, right, and this is where the analogy kind of comes in and how it helps you. You don’t need to panic, right? The weather will change. The sun will come out. In the meantime, check out that amazing island you have. All the other islands are still there, brother, right? All your friends are safe. All your friends are safe on their islands. They’re doing their thing. Now, they may be running around in a panic, but there isn’t anything you can do about it. All of your messages are filtered and they can choose to ignore your messages if they want while they’re running around on their island in their panic mode.

Kevin Aillaud:

And it’s fine. They are fine too, no matter what. No matter what they choose to do, whether they choose to go and explore their island or whether they choose to run around on the beach, there’s nothing you can do about it. But what you can do is you can go check out your island, right? You could use the change in weather to find shelter within and explore more of who you are and what you’re capable of. You’ve got an abundance of tools on your island. You’ve got an abundance of resources on your island. They are all there, all there. Go find them. They are there and they’re not hard to find.

Kevin Aillaud:

The hardest part is leaving the beach and stepping into the jungle, going into the island, that part of the island that you’ve never been before. But once you’re inside the jungle and you take a look around, you realize that you can do it. You know you’ve got this, this is your home, this is your island. You own it. There is nothing to fear on it because you own and control everything on it.

Kevin Aillaud:

That doesn’t mean you won’t be afraid. I’m not saying that you shouldn’t be afraid or you won’t be afraid. What I’m saying is that’s when you get to train your courage, right? Then you get to feel that fear and say, “You know what? This is my island. I’m going to use courage to go and feel this fear and explore anyway.” It takes courage to leave the beach if you’ve made the beach your home for so long, right?

Kevin Aillaud:

So remember brother, the beach is always there. You can always return. You can return to the beach anytime. You can communicate with other people and enjoy the sun when it comes back whenever you want to. Right? Right now we’ve got this storm going out there, but you can always come back to the beach when the sun comes back out. The difference is if you go into the jungle now, while it’s stormy, you will know so much more about your island when the sun comes back out. You will come back to the beach with new ways of communicating, right, with new styles, with new language, and then maybe in a new medium, right? Maybe instead of just sending messages in a bottle, you figure out another way to communicate back and forth.

Kevin Aillaud:

And you will enjoy the sun while you’re on the beach so much more because you won’t have any fear of the jungle within you, right? Or behind you, when you’re on your island, but you won’t be afraid of the jungle within you because you will know it. You will have owned it. Your life will not be the same, even if you return to your life on the beach when the sun comes back out.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now you don’t have to, of course. You don’t have to do anything. You could continue to run around on the beach and panic, right, of the storm. And when the sun comes back, your life will go back to a new normal, right, a post-storm normal. The sun will come back and you will set up your umbrella and chair and cooler and relax in the sun. But you will have learned nothing about your island while you were on the beach running around in a panic. You will continue to fear the jungle within you and you will continue to communicate with other islands the exact same way you did before the storm.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now this may not affect you, right? It might be totally cool. Right now you’re running around in this panic and everything’s fine. But remember that when the sun does come back out, every other island will also be in post-storm conditions, so it could be that pre-storm forms of communication may be received differently by the people on the other islands. And in some ways they may not be received at all.

Kevin Aillaud:

So here’s what I want you guys to think about in this analogy, right? In the archipelago analogy, or archipelago, sorry. I say that … This is such a hard word for me. I know I’ve mispronounced it many, many times, but it’s archipelago. In this archipelago analogy, what I want you guys to think about is, I mean, I could keep going, right? And I could keep going on and I could make this podcast episode go on for days, literally days, with this analogy.

Kevin Aillaud:

But here’s some key points to keep in mind from this episode. Number one, you are like a person living on an island in an archipelago of other archipelago of other islands, okay? You are a person living on an island in an archipelago of other islands, which all of these islands are just other people. So you are in this infinite sea living on an island as this person and this island is your potential, okay?

Kevin Aillaud:

That’s number two. The island you are on is your potential. The island can’t be completely explored, brother. It can never be completely explored because it’s infinite. Your potential is infinite. But the best part about the island is once you transcend the fear of exploring the island, right, once you transcend the fear of leaving the beach and going into the jungle, going into more of yourself, you will learn to teleport yourself to any part of the island you want, which is basically to say that once you learn to transcend the fear of discovery, the fear of going within, you’ll start to learn that you can choose to believe anything you want and create anything you want because you will no longer have the limiting beliefs that are preventing you from knowing that now.

Kevin Aillaud:

Number three, you can’t help other people with their islands or on their islands. Okay? Think about this. You can help other people help themselves, and even that is filtered through your communication and through their interpretation of your communication. So even if you want to help people help themselves, you can’t do that unless they are asking for help and open to receive that help, in an open mental state to receive that help.

Kevin Aillaud:

I mean, I know human beings, we have this connection to other human beings and we want to, when we think we know what’s best for other people, when we see other people suffering, our mind, our desire, we want to pull people out of suffering. But the truth is their suffering is our subjectivity of their experience. We don’t know that they’re suffering. Even if they say they’re suffering, we don’t know that they’re suffering. We just think that they’re suffering based on our subjectivity. The truth is their suffering may be exactly what they need to go through now in order to get to where they will be in the future. If they don’t suffer now, they may never get to that point of non-suffering. They may never grow. They may never develop.

Kevin Aillaud:

Really, even other people’s suffering isn’t about us. It’s about them and their journey. So even the thought that you can’t help people with their island, you can still rest assured knowing that they are on their islands. They are living their lives the way they are choosing to, even if it’s a subconscious choice, even if it’s a beta condition choice, they’re still living their lives the way they’re choosing to in a way that serves them. And all the time you spend trying to get them to do something different on their island, you take away time from exploring your own island. Okay? That’s number three.

Kevin Aillaud:

Number four, the weather’s always going to change, blood. I mean, that’s the truth. The weather is always going to change, brother. It’s never going to be the same, and it’s never going to be good or bad weather, right, because that’s just the way you’re thinking about the weather. The weather is going to be sunny, it’s going to be rainy, it’s going to be stormy, it’s going to be cloudy, it’s going to be breezy, it’s going to be whatever, right? That’s the way it’s going to be.

Kevin Aillaud:

And even those are subjective, right? Even to say cloudy or breezy, what does that mean? What does the wind speed have to reach for it to be breezy? How many clouds have to be in the sky for it to be cloudy? Even that’s subjective, but the weather is never good or bad. The weather is as it is and it is in constant flux. It is in constant change. It will never be the same. So if you’re constantly judging the weather on that subjectivity, then again, the deliberateness of that judgment may lead you to intentional behavior or intentional results. But if you’re just saying that stormy weather is bad and we need to run around and panic, and sunny weather is great and we can sit around and lie on the beach, then you are abdicating your life to the weather and you have no control over the weather, which means you have no control over your life.

Kevin Aillaud:

Number five, you have not been disconnected from other people. I know it feels that way. I know it seems that way. But the truth is you are never connected or disconnected from other people. All of our relationships are in our mind. All of our relationships are the stories we tell ourselves about other people. Now, here’s the thing. These stories don’t stop when the proximity we have between our bodies increases, right? When we get further apart from each other, that doesn’t mean that our stories, the stories we tell ourselves about each other, has to change, but that’s what people are feeling. They’re feeling and they’re thinking that, “Well, now that I’m not connected, now that I’m not within close proximity with people,” and connected is a thought, so it’s not that you’re not connected, but, “now that I’m not within close proximity of people, not within touching distance or sight distance, or I have to see people through a computer, I have to keep six feet or whatever it is,” all of a sudden people think that they have to change their stories about the way they think about people, about their relationships.

Kevin Aillaud:

Not true. Not true at all. What’s actually happening is we are left in our isolation listening to more of the stories our brain tells us about ourselves that we used to have other people to avoid listening to, right? We used to use the relationships we had with other people to avoid listening to the stories that our brain would tell us about ourselves. And without having those people around as much, now we have to listen to those stories. Right? Now we’re alone with our thoughts. That’s what’s happening. It’s not that those thoughts weren’t there before. They were always there, but we were using our proximity with other people, our relationship with other people, to distract us from that.

Kevin Aillaud:

So our relationships haven’t changed. We haven’t been disconnected from people. We’ve only recognized that we’ve always been disconnected from ourselves. That’s what’s happening. We’re not disconnected from other people. That’s the illusion. Our friends are still out there. They’re still there. They’ve always been there. We’re just lonely or bored because we haven’t taken the time to develop the relationship we had with ourselves before and now we’re feeling disconnected from ourselves because we were never connected with ourselves. And that is the islands. That is what I mean with this analogy.

Kevin Aillaud:

Now is the time to explore your island. Now is the time to connect with yourself because of the storm. Come off the beach, right? Come off the beach. It’s okay. You don’t have to stay on the beach. You don’t have to live your life on the beach. Come off the beach. Explore the jungle. You’ll find shelter there, right? You’ll find peace there because the storm, you’ll be sheltered from the storm. And within that jungle, even though from the beach, that jungle looks very scary, once you’re inside, once you’re there looking around and you recognize that you own that, that is your island, nothing on that island can ever hurt you, nothing on that island will ever hurt you. You may think it might hurt you, right? But that’s the fear. That’s the illusion. There is nothing on that island that can ever hurt you because that island is there for you. That island is yours, brother. Everything on there is your gift. There is treasure on that island.

Kevin Aillaud:

That is treasure island. I just thought, “That’s treasure island, bro.” It’s your island. It’s your beliefs. It’s your brain. It’s your mind. It’s your life. And that is what I have for you guys today. The archipelago truth, we are islands.

Kevin Aillaud:

If you guys want any clarity on this, if you want to try to understand what’s going on here, if you want more explanation on this view, even if you just, it’s like, “Hey, coach, I have been living on the beach, all right? I want to explore my island. I want to take a step into the jungle. How do I do that? What’s the process? Where do I go?” That is where you can now enroll in the Spartan Academy. And when I say enroll in the Spartan Academy, I mean do it now. All right?

Kevin Aillaud:

Take massive action to change your life now because what … I mean, now is the best time to do that. Certainly you can sign up for a 45-minute consultation call with me. I would love to show you guys how you could start to take a step into your jungle, right, how you could start to look at it without fear, because that’s what I do as a coach is I show you the objective … the objectivity of your island. I show you that the jungle is not to be afraid of, but that your brain is telling you to be afraid of it. So if you want to sign up for a free 45-minute consultation with me, go ahead. That’s fine. But that’s not required. Guys, you can enroll in the Spartan Academy now and begin your development of cognitive mastery and emotional ownership today in order to explore your island and create the results that you want in your life.

Kevin Aillaud:

You live on the island. Robinson Crusoe, that island, right? Make that island the island of your dreams, because that’s what you’ve got. You’re not going to get off the island. That’s an illusion. It’s not going to happen. And you can certainly live on the beach your entire life. But when the weather changes, what are you going to do? You’re going to run around in a panic, say, “Oh, how can I shelter myself from the storm, from the rain, from the wind?” You have the shelter right there. It’s the jungle. Step into the jungle. Step into your fear. Become comfortable with the discomfort. And I promise you, brother, I can guarantee it, I can guarantee it like I can guarantee you that the sun will rise tomorrow, that when you step into your discomfort, you will come out, you will find out more of who you are. You will meet yourself in that discomfort. You will meet yourself in that fear and you will say to yourself, “I can accomplish anything.”

Kevin Aillaud:

I’ll see you guys on Wednesday. Elevate your alpha.

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