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You don’t run against a bloody stop watch, do you hear? A runner runs against himself, against the best that’s in him. Not against a dead thing of wheels and pulleys. That’s the way to be great, running against yourself. Against all the rotten mess in the world.

Against God, if you’re good enough. Bill Persons. It helps you to clear your mind and reduces stress. As such, running is pure therapy for the soul.

If there’s a problem you are struggling with, go run a mile and see what happens! While running may not help you to solve all your problems, it definitely will help you through the tough times of life. Whether we’re coming back from a long run the day before or just a long day at the office, getting out the door and logging some miles isn’t always easy.

On days like these, a little motivation goes a long way. With that in mind, here’s 18 motivational quotes for a little inspiration when it’s needed most. “Run in the morning before your brain figures out what your body is doing!” – Anonymous. RUNNING AND LIFE. One run can change your day.

Many runs can change your life. “We all know that if you run, you are pretty much choosing a life of. 91 Best Running Quotes. 1. “Fast running isn’t forced. You have to relax and let the run come out of you”. – Desiree Linden.

2. “I’ve learned that it’s what you do with the miles, rather than how many you’ve run” – Rod DeHaven. 3. These quotes will inspire you to get out there and help you get through the those last few miles.

We rounded up the best inspirational running quotes for motivation to keep you fueled through your next long run. out, and sweat-purged. I love that good ache of the muscles that have done me proud.” —Kristin Armstrong, author of Mile Markers. If you can fill the unforgiving minute with 60 seconds worth of distance, run, yours is the earth and everything that’s in it, and — which is more — you’ll be a man, my son-Rudyard Kipling.

Running is a road to self-awareness and reliance-you can push yourself to extremes and learn the harsh reality of your physical and mental limitations or coast quietly down a solitary. Grow 67 Motivating Quotes That Will Inspire You to Be Successful Here they are: some of the wisest and most inspiring quotes that will help motivate you to succeed. I love motivational running quotes and sayings. I’m addicted to them, and I have them everywhere.

In fact, research shows that keeping inspirational quotes and reading them on a regular basis is a great way for keeping motivation for both the short and long term. As a result, today I’m sharing with you, dear readers a long list of favorite running quotes. “If you want to run, then run a mile. If you want to experience another life, run a marathon.” – Emil Zatopek.

Running Motivation “The human spirit is indomitable. No one can ever say you must not run faster than this or jump higher than that. There will never be a time when the human spirit will not be able to better existing records.”.

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Double up on goals: “To stay motivated year aer year, you need to have a clear vision of why you’re running.

“Runner's World Complete Book of Running: Everything You Need to Run for Weight Loss, Fitness, and Competition” by Amby Burfoot
from Runner’s World Complete Book of Running: Everything You Need to Run for Weight Loss, Fitness, and Competition
by Amby Burfoot
Rodale Books, 2009

“The year I ran best at Boston, I focused on what to tell myself during those last few miles, when it hurts.”

“Marathon: The Ultimate Training Guide” by Hal Higdon
from Marathon: The Ultimate Training Guide
by Hal Higdon
Rodale Books, 2005

It is great to win, but reframe those images of yourself as well trained, well conditioned, and coming across the tape after 26.2 arduous miles with a smile, a sense of accomplishment, and having energy to spare.

“Mental Training for Peak Performance: Top Athletes Reveal the Mind Exercises They Use to Excel” by Steven Ungerleider
from Mental Training for Peak Performance: Top Athletes Reveal the Mind Exercises They Use to Excel
by Steven Ungerleider
Rodale Books, 2005

But if there’s one thing that I have gained from my running career, it’s not the strength or cardiovascular fitness to run ten or twenty-six miles at a time, but the patience and focus to stay in the mile I’m in.

“The Incomplete Book of Running” by Peter Sagal
from The Incomplete Book of Running
by Peter Sagal
Simon & Schuster, 2019

“Running,” said Sir Roger Bannister to the BBC cameras on the fiftieth anniversary of his first breaking the four-minute mile, “is only a metaphor for life.”

“The Bourgeois Virtues: Ethics for an Age of Commerce” by Deirdre N. McCloskey
from The Bourgeois Virtues: Ethics for an Age of Commerce
by Deirdre N. McCloskey
University of Chicago Press, 2010

I ran because overcoming the difficulties of an ultramarathon reminded me that I could overcome the difficulties of life, that overcoming difficulties was life.

“Eat and Run: My Unlikely Journey to Ultramarathon Greatness” by Scott Jurek, Steve Friedman
from Eat and Run: My Unlikely Journey to Ultramarathon Greatness
by Scott Jurek, Steve Friedman
HMH Books, 2012

Ryan Hall, a veteran U.S. Olympic marathoner has said, “I don’t think about the miles that are coming down the road, I don’t think about the mile I’m on right now, I don’t think about the miles I’ve already covered.

“Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters Devotional: 52 Devotions Every Father Needs” by Meg Meeker
from Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters Devotional: 52 Devotions Every Father Needs
by Meg Meeker
Salem Books, 2016

The only sure bet as to how fast the mile will be run is to acknowledge the wisdom of the old cliché: “Records are made to be broken.”

“The Perfect Mile: Three Athletes, One Goal, and Less Than Four Minutes to Achieve It” by Neal Bascomb
from The Perfect Mile: Three Athletes, One Goal, and Less Than Four Minutes to Achieve It
by Neal Bascomb
HMH Books, 2005

Roger Bannister: Mediated Power In the 1950s every middle distance runner was obsessed with one goal: to run a mile in less than 4 minutes.

“Hope in the Age of Anxiety” by Anthony Scioli, Henry Biller
from Hope in the Age of Anxiety
by Anthony Scioli, Henry Biller
Oxford University Press, 2009

After I’ve run I feel filled by positive emotion, and I have a feeling that I can tackle any problem: if I can run on a cold, wet morning I can face any challenge that might come along in the day!

“Positive Psychology and the Body: The Somatopsychic Side to Flourishing” by Kate Hefferon
from Positive Psychology and the Body: The Somatopsychic Side to Flourishing
by Kate Hefferon
Open University Press/McGraw-Hill Education, 2013

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  • Very sad poor young guy he is very friendly young guy thank you for sharing your love for them all thank you for sharing Bless you all love your beautiful story thanks

  • yes he is like the millionaire quarter back. He does not want to point out all the facts. shoot for the moon and miss? you land in fast food or worse.

  • I’m going out to do 8 and it’s cold, windy and soggy. Why? Saying that, if I skipped I’d go through the self-loathing bit, much worse

  • When everyone is talking about there inspirational life of running marothons and I’m just trying to prepare for my mile for school

  • I hate runners. Whats the point? Running from zombies in the apocalypse?! �� ok then.

    I dont think that. I know running communities are toxic and I want to see what ppl say.

  • There are limits but you can push against those limits. Not give into those limits and like explorers see what’s out there beyond what’s known to what’s unknown. The undiscovered country!!

  • Imagine living in a world so screwed up that you’re willing to allow yourself to be executed for a crime you didn’t commit just to escape from it all.

  • I’m not religious (,but also not atheist). But this movie made me hope there is some kind of god, and heaven for people like John (I know this didn’t literally happen and for as far as we know there aren’t any supernatural humans, but things that happened to John (sentenced to jail or death because of a crime he was born with, being black) happened to a lot of (especially black) people.)

  • I’m only watching this to watch a mile (feel like a loser) but I’m proud of myself because I never really ever thought of running till now

  • All these comments saying they wan ado miles under a certain amount of hour hours or min and here I just wanna make it round one lap on the track without stopping

  • Hey look she weighs or is as light as a feather. There is pain when you push it hard but it is a whole lot easier to push the body hard when you weigh as little as 85lbs compared to 165 lbs or above. Just sayin”

  • A deeper look into the story’s characters and events in The Green Mile reveal that it is actually laden with religious symbolism, most of them related to the life of Jesus Christ: https://bit.ly/2kejaGx

  • Monastic training comes back to acceptance and surrender moment to moment. I finally realised that at my 30 day monastic stay when they had me sweeping a long driveway everyday for 3 hours only to have the wind mess it up before I was finished. My thoughts about the situation were torturing me not the actual situation. Biggest life lesson ever. It has never left me.

  • Im 11, (acc managed by parent) and im always the last to finish in practice. I have my first race next next friday, and im really really scared. Its so intimidating. Im running 800m. im gonna train as hard as i can for the next two weeks. Its my first race:(

  • I started running (distance wise) back when I was a junior in high school by joining the XC team and it was one of the best decisions I have ever made, and 4 years later I still like to run on a daily basis. It is a stress reliever, gives me some “me time” for when I run alone and it’s the best things for my health. I’m gonna keep on running till the day I can’t and that day is not today!

  • I’m 14 and want to do a marathon so bad i love running but I know I will end up dying due to my severe asmtha but I will emeber London marathon next yesr idc who says ehat ima train hard

  • How many know how the book ended? In the book John Coffey passed a piece of his life force to each of his guards and after his execution they passed it back. John Coffey paid his court required debt to man and walked away into a world that thought he was dead. Firestarter is the only movie I have seen, based on a Stephen King book, that is evenly remotely similar to the author’s intent.

  • 3 months ago I could barely run 5 minutes…now I can run 3 miles without stopping. Its been hard, but now there’s few things i love more ��

  • You think change will be made? Think of it this way. When your coming in with all you got on the finnish line tell yourself this. “Just 5 more seconds”. And then when you cross that line keep running. Tell yourself.. just 5 seconds. It’s going to hurt.. it’s going to make you wanna cry. Your going to feel pain.. cramps, your going to have a red face. But just imagine this. Run as fast as you can until you physically arent capable to. You cant stop unless your body stops. I ran 3 laps today sprinting. I fell when I I finnished. You have to get past your fear.. get past your tiredness. Go out there and just run.. never stop running. Until you fall like I did. When you fall.. you then truely will know what tired is. yo will know what it’s like to feel great. And just imagine.. 3 minutes of extra pain to soon be back at home relaxing. It ain’t that hard guys! Keep pushing!

  • After this video am like wow yes but then I get a bonus on the comments from people who are not even famous and am like WOW YES����������

  • TOM Bilyeu,Thank you and your team. Your interviews are driven and impacted on me a lot. I Hope one day be like you and help people…..you are a great team brothers

  • I need to pass a fit test in two weeks and have to be able to run 1.5 KM..in under 14 minutes..having been working my legs for over a year on a treadmill brisk walking for 15 minutes..any tips? or should I forget it?

  • I am a senior regular runner. One of the best achievements in my life is having got myself able to run.What a wonderful feeling,during and after a run! Thank God for showing me the Parth!����������

  • It was a tough year, but late Michael was robbed of his Oscar. No disrespect to Sir Michael Caine but late Michael Clarke Duncan should have won.

  • Literally, need to run my daily 4 miler, but couldn’t, so I looked up this video. This was some good motivation. It always hurts so bad right at the end of mile 3 and it doesn’t stop until the end. But that’s how it is, just like Shalane Flanagan said, just gotta push through the pain. Except my enemy is that 33rd minute lol 😉

  • My boyfriend is helping me lose a lil weight so we’ll be running/jogging every Tuesday and I’ll be jogging every Friday on my own.

    I have to start running in about 45 minutes and I’m trying to find the motivation ��

  • I’m only fifteen and everyone says I’m not overnight but I am. I want start running fifteen minutes every day for the rest of the year but I’m really scared I’ll fail myself and disappoint my self. Something I’ve never done before. I feel like I’m standing towards the seemingly impossible abostacle. Ik I can do it… If I stay true to myself. That’s why I watched this, to help encourage myself to keep moving forward. I just ask your support and that I hope you don’t hate on me. Thank you for those who believe in me.

  • Today at a meet my goal was to get 90th place because I always get 113th. Well at the meet today in 50° weather wearing a tanktop, I got 138th place�� my legs were like freezing up and it was hard to move my mouth to swallow and my lungs burned. Then I went up a hill and my legs got so tired. They wouldn’t work. At the end of the race, I couldn’t sprint. I tried but my legs wouldn’t move faster and I just jogged to the finish as people sprinted past me. UGH ��

  • DUDE! Your videos are so sick and inspiring. Gives me huge motivation for my goal to break 35min on 10k street. When is the next video coming?

  • My best in High School was a 4:28.20 mile as a Senior. These guys are unreal. My college best was a 4:17.40 mile. But I was a distance runner with a 14:01.84 5,000 meters and a 29:33.60 10,000 meters to make NCAA All-American Two-Times. My Boston Marathon best was a 2:18:16 for 56th in the World that year, and was invited to Boston without a qualifying time.

  • It’s sad that even though Paul could prove to the world that John Coffey was a miracle of God, by demonstrating his healing powers to a group of people, the world would still not be cleansed from the darkness. Vile and torturous felons like Wharton will always be around causing havoc, and no matter where John Coffey is he could magically hear the screams for help across the world.
    Coffey didn’t deserve to endure such misery, and neither did he want the magical healing powers, even though he was satisfied with those he managed to heal. All he wanted was a ordinary and jocund life with a nice soul to share his journeys with and a world he could meet with merry and blessings. Unfortunately he was under torment his entire life.
    Man feel a bit teary now��

  • This is powerful on many levels, if i was paul i would have traded my job in a heartbeat after seeing first hand what he did to help people,

  • You can do anything…. as long as you had all those connections he had to start that private jet company… great lessons here…

  • Know pain everyone. This was a life true lesson for what he said about “everyone being ugly to one and another” can one day we can accept each other or will that never happen because for all of us, you should misely say we’re walking on a path of broken glass.

  • It’s a heartbreaking line of dialogue that resonates with me. I’m tired too. However the ugliest is me and I’m tired of hurting the ones I love most of all.

  • The fact that “American Beauty” won Best Picture of the Year was the biggest snub in Oscar history in my opinion. I stopped watching the Oscars after this travesty and I have never resumed.

  • Paul had no idea that he would stand before God when he died.

    But he had no idea that he was already standing before God.

    R.I.P. Michael Clarke Duncan

  • I understand this so much. I went to college for a semester and a half (second half spend during the quarantine). At that college, there were 68K other people there during the day. Not one seemed to want to be my friend. I would talk to people, try to befriend others, but no one wanted to be my buddy. 68,000 people, no one would have anything to do with me. Not one approached me.

  • DANG! Well, so much for that! I thought I could beat some of these guys once I hit the big 50. I’m 50 now, I THINK I MIGHT be able to run a 6 minute mile with some injury-free training. Sub 5? NOPE!��These guys are AWESOME! Middle-aged bros represent!��❤����‍♂️��‍♂️����‍♂️����‍♂️��������������

  • I stopped at 18:44 to write a thank you note to Tom.

    Thank you for introducing to me an amazing person. If not for you I would never know who he is and his amazing life philosophy.

    He seems authentic, cheerful, smart, and really wise. I learned a lot from his wisdom.

  • John quote resonates on what happening to this world and its leaders. Earth is doing fine but the wickedness of humanity thats what kills and rots your soul.

  • the even sadder thing is “I’m tired of people being ugly to each other” 21 years later and this problem still exists and is even worse today RIP Michael

  • i’m tired to John wish you weren’t just a fictional character i wish i had a buddy to but seems like we destined to be lonely soldier ��

  • i run because this is what makes me happy. i do this to one day be able to inspire other people like me who are hoping for their shot at the olympics. i will make it. it’s hard now, but i will make it. i will beat my mind.

  • I’ve always loved running ❤️it’s my dream my dad doesn’t believe in me but I do I will be the best! ❤️I will be the fastest girl ever! I will make this dream happen I will keep fighting I will not give up ❤️

  • I believe God looks into your soul see the good the happiness and the sorrow you have been through he also looks into the darkness of what you mostly regret what you punish yourself I just pray he mostly looks into my soul and sees a happiness on everyone’s

  • Lord almighty can no one see the beauty & true knowledge he’s speaking?! I wish I had met him. I wish it was all real. Perhaps people wouldn’t be so ugly to one another. It may be fiction but Lord if we could not learn something now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Two decades later and people are more uglier than they’ve ever been to each other it’s just getting worse and worse I hate living in a world like this one with everyone like that

  • Possibly the only film, even after all these years, all these times seeing it.. that will still make me cry; and I don’t fight that.
    John was without doubt one of the most lovable and heart breaking characters in film, and they picked a perfect man to portray him

  • Does anyone one else realize that his initials are JC, same as Jesus Christ? I mean, it’s the tale of a man capable of performing miracles and being killed by the people he was trying to help. Obviously intentional. But for some reason only know I noticed this additional detail in the name too..

  • If you ever get sent to the chair, make sure you eat a bag of unpopped corn kernels beforehand. It’ll give everyone a little surprise later.

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  • Fuck what your thinking.
    Cause all your shit gonna be visible anyways. GOD’S SCALES.
    I don’t have those problems cause I already set my balls on them a long time ago. Knowing is half the battle.

  • I started running every since i was 11 and im 13 now. I got a bit faster but the one thing that hasnt changed is my thoughts while running which slow me down. Im an average weight for my age and Im slower than some bigger than me sometimes. Any help?

  • When I first started running I couldn’t run a quarter mile. Now I’m running 5 miles through. The mindset is key. I love this sport so much.

  • Its amazing how at this time we can relate with seeing all the pain and suffering going in the world every second, thanks to the internet we can see this, and understand the pain john coffey felt, amazing movie, what a genius.

  • This is incredible. I am 51. I learned late in life that I am a real good 1 mile, 2 mile and 5k runner.
    I am shooting for a 5 minute mile within the next 6 months. 4:19??����‍♂️����‍♂️����‍♂️. Amazing. Very inspirational. Congrats men.. very cool

  • Yeah you can find me on Instagram where I take a shit load of selfie’s of myself and show you how amazing I am and what an amazing human being I am. And I’m of course better than my wife 2

  • after reading some comments there’s something you have to keep in mind here. these guys were previously world class sprinters, so not your normal 50+ yr olds

  • I just ran a 4:49 at 51 three days ago. I feel like a sore as hell cripple right now. I was shooting for 5 minutes. Its faster now than when I ran track at age 17 years old.

  • Most impactful episode of Impact Theory I have seen so far. Loved Jesse’s explanation of how we should view time, that we should get experiences as far reaching as possible, even though there is a lot of risk involved and there will be naysayers. Also got a great insight into how relationships, not just romantic relationships, should workeach person should build the other up and be their biggest cheerleader.

  • The annoying thing about reading these comments is that everybody is talking about their own mile times and writing those down in the format X:XX, but stupid Youtube thinks they’re referring to timestamps in the video. But me… I’m too slow for that to happen with this video!

  • Wow! I ran a 4:54 in college when I was playing football so was in pretty good shape. I pretty much was throwing up after and thought that I was awesome, LOL. I was 18. This dude is 53 and already sitting down having Gatorade and doing an interview by the time I finally crossed the finish line grasping for air. Respect!

  • Homeboys heard there was an early bird special at denny’s 2oz steak, baked potatuh, side of green beans, and a cup of coffee for $4.99, end at 4:30pm (looks at watch, its 4:25pm) “hold my dentures.”

  • Checking my facts Barton had already broken the 50-54 world record 1 week before this race when he ran 4:22 for the mile in a meet in Portland Oregon.

  • He’s worth millions of dollars and dresses like a normal dude. You would have no idea he is a multimillionaire if you passed him on the street.

  • I grew up with Brad, he was amazing in high school too. Dont know how his joints still take the pounding! Love watching him run tho!

  • Tall white guy with bold head DROP just like that after 4.5 circles, n looked as though he was going to win, but never say until the last 5 yards, guy 3-4 line was waiting to strike n he did. WOW, he did not lay down even after he finished the line, sheep shape!

  • Shane was expected to break the record. He failed. The record was broken by Brad. Shane gets no record because at the time Brad crossed the line, THAT became the new record. Shane was faster than the PREVIOUS record, but never actually held the record. Multiple times I have done the very same thing Brad did; break the hearts of expected winners and shock the shit out of observers. It’s a big FUCK ALL OF YOU for counting me out. But I did my winning in X-Terra half marathons and championships and at trail races all over CA. At the age of 47, not only did I consistently win my division, but I podiumed overall. And STILL nobody knew I was a threat. I was counted out every time. Now 55, after a 7 year hiatus, I am training again. With zero training, I ran my first mile since 2007. It was a medium-hard effort 6:35 with no warm-up. I have some work to do.

  • Heart breaking scene, people today should go back and watch this maybe they could learn from it.Faith Love and Hope, the greatest of all is Love.

  • I think both of those guys have previously run sub 4. When i saw the title i saw 5:55 and thought it might be achievable for me one day

  • This touch my heart I’m crying right now, I wanna race in this exact moment.
    You know you are a truly runner when this touches your heart and makes you wanna go for a run

  • Must be on HGH!…LMAO!!!..
    Just kidding!!!..KUDOS to him and mad respect for staying with it. Those kind of times are no longer possible for most of us his age. OUTSTANDING!!!

  • The difference from hearing this guy talk and David groggins talk is night and day David groggin’s favorite subject is NOT himself but he uses himself to help others this guy’s favorite part of his life subject everything is (drumroll) himself he’s a narcissistic ahole go check out his Instagram page it’s like oh look at me look how fab I am am oh look when I wear a mask with my daddy. ad nauseam Virtual signaling

  • This goes to show here it is over a year older and this is so impactful and soooo well needed thank you impact theory for continuing to make us be a better wiser human race!!!!

  • OK the dude goes to a Jewish monastery. … a break a Jewish monastery?….. right. Maybe he should change the name of his book Never heard of a Jewish monk. Buddhist yes eye roll

  • Lucas is he’s not connected at all but he got a meeting with Warren Buffett right I really believe this guy so down to earth…. not

  • This dude who’s a multi millionaire had Groggins live. with him 4 a month wrote a book about it made a lot more dough and didn’t give groggins one red cent and brags about it. –

  • I guess I have to be the one to say it: your life yes, you, the reader of this will never look like this guy’s. Not even close. Nor will it be like david goggins’. Or mark Cuban’s. So quit watching and do something productive.

  • This guy is absolutely amazing and so inspiring! Love this interview, one of the best I have seen! Thank you so much Tom & Team, your doing such a great job!

  • I could really relate to the guests monastery experience, how life can become so slow as if you are wasting it. But, throughout all the boredom you learn that being bored is the greatest thing that can happen to you (offcurse many years later). It is through that discomfort, your brain starts to activate and focus on a way out, and that is when you evolve as a human being reaching for your highest potentials.

  • 30:49 he unfolds the idea of looking for outs…

    that resonated. how many of us give ourselves outs and quit instead of pushing and setting our mind to finishing…whatever it is. on point.

  • That was an amazing run by both Barton and Healy. I do hope that they were drug tested though after the race just to protect the integrity of the world record.

  • Why are Kenyans so good at distance running?
    https://runnerworldsnews.blogspot.com/2019/04/why-are-kenyans-so-good-at-distance.html

  • That 28 summer left quote was powerful. Do what you want, with who you want and don’t mind who might judge you because no one will be around 100 years from now!

  • This is like the serious version of that scene in Hannah and Her Sisters where Max Von Sydow says “If Jesus Christ could come back and see what’s been done in his name… he’d never stop throwing up.”

  • Tom your an amazing host asking intelligent questions and keeping the conversation moving forward keep up the great work mate luv this channel

  • Can you imagine being the jailkeeper for Christ or Socrates?
    Do you want me to let you go? I will, because keeping you here is the worst thing I’ve ever done.

  • I am tired of people being ugly to each other……that hit me hard today………

    Just be good to one another. No matter skin color, religion, sexual orientation, or anything that makes each of us different from one another.

    We are all the same inside. We all have feelings, wants, and needs.
    Respect that.
    Do what makes you happy, and just ignore it when others do the same.
    We will all be a lot happier.

    Be good, be safe, and above all
    Love thy neighbor.

  • If all the worlds mile record holders competed against each other today,with compensations for track composition,shoes diet,training techniques etc,Herb Elliot would still be number one.He was phenomenal.He used to start his “kick” towards the end of the 3rd lap and keep on accelerating to the finishing line.To knock 3 seconds of the world record,then,on that track was utter genius and shear hard training by his coach, Percy Cerutty.Wonderful.

  • Wow he’s like not asking but begging him to let him go free. And John’s speech at the end it made me immediately think of my emotional and mental health issues from depression to PTSD, etc and I guess that’s because it was what his character was also feeling and suffering emotionally and mentally too though understandably much different scenarios. A character that’s so big & strong physically and even supernaturally strong yet is weak in his mind or his weakness is his own mind? Whatever the character is saying and I may be misunderstanding it’s still a great way of a character putting something I have trouble explaining to others into something so deep and yet also simple

  • 19:43 “We invest so much time in our work resume which is important but I think it’s equally if not more important to build your life resume because that’s really an indication of who you are and what you’re becoming and that’s really a look into your true body of work”
    -Jesse Itzler

    13:38 “The people that you meet in your 20’s, rise up in their 30’s, are in great positions of powers in their 40’s. You don’t know when you’re in your 20’s whose going to make it and whose not. So treat everybody properly, respectfully, and stay in touch; And very often those relationships merge their heads years later, decades later.” -Jesse Itzler

  • I’m sorry, my bullshit detector is spiking on this guy. Great salesman and storyteller, but many pieces of his stories do not add up. I’m not doubting that he has these companies, etc., he’s just not revealing how some of his original money and connections came about. Dad owned a ‘plumbing supply house’. Which one specifically? He passes that by like it was some Mom and Pop, but that can be a multi-billion dollar business. He has the same vibe as a typical trust-funder, so I think that is probably what is going on. Might be wrong here, but I’m guessing I’m not.

  • It must be nice to be born with perfect German genetics, and to be perfect in every way, and to love this physical reality so much, to have no deep seeded trauma, and to want to live forever as a 100% un-damaged, perfect Human. Unfortunately, most people have too much trauma, and it’s difficult for a normal person to have that much desire to be here, because the unresolved trauma is like a ton of bricks, strapped to our back, holding us and breaking us down a little more each day. We are not taught the way to heal trauma, and we are violently steered away from real healing, by the total suppression of healers and real past life hypnotherapists. This guy is so amazing, and his story is amazing. But at the end of the day, our society is too heavily damaged, our psyche’s are too damaged, and we carry too much trauma. The healing of trauma, and the cessation of child abuse has to be the primary goal above all else. Children are damaged, and that damage is the underlying problem. No person that is happy has ever had an unhappy life. It’s the damage inflicted by parental abuse, that causes all problems in an adult. Child abuse is the killer of hopes and dreams, not a lack of effort.

  • Brasileiro assistindo o vídeo? Curte ai! Quer um resumo do Itzler e Goggins do livro “Living With a SEAL”? Olha a série 2 do Goggins no meu canal!

  • Tom Bilyeu You are a MASTER at interviewing! I don’t know how you do it, but I absolutely love it. Jesse Itzler I am so impressed with you and your thought process!

  • I used to run because my friends did it and it was a way for me to keep somewhat fit. Now I run because I love the lessons it teaches me about not giving up which I have applied to school and other aspects of my life. I always think “if I quit now, I’m the type of person that would quit during some important moment in my life, I need to develop the skills of perseverance”

  • Awesome interview! Really loved hearing Jesse’s excitement and passion for life. Also fun hearing his stories. Thank you for taking the time to do this and publish this Tom!