56: Arash Dibazar: Mastering the Self

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From the age of 4 to 11, Arash lived in 6 different countries including Iran, Turkey, Syria, Kuwait, England, and the U.S. Having to mix with so many different cultures, he quickly acquired the ability to read people’s expressions and body language as a means of understanding their communication. At age 11 he began what would become a distinguished martial arts career, leading him to develop his own Persian based self defense system called Panjo. Arash later gained an interest in theater and became the student of Broadway actor and director (and The Prince of Fiji), the late Manu Tupou.

After a chance encounter with the book The Game that started him on the path to meeting pickup gurus such as Mystery, and eventually becoming a personal student of James Matador. Arash combines his many backgrounds to create a style of game that is both strong and charismatic, is structured and flows naturally.

Having the confidence of a champion martial artist, the skills of an expert actor, the secrets of a master seducer, and a deep background in Zen Buddhism; Arash Dibazar now lectures regularly on subjects that affect the human condition and helps people overcome their insecurities and weaknesses to become stronger, more confident, more accomplished, and more fulfilled individuals.

Success Quotes

“All in a state of mind.” – Arash Dibazar

“If you get your mind right, you get your life right.” – Arash Dibazar

Key Points

1. Certainty is the Key to a Magnetic Personality

If you want to be the kind of man that women flock to and other men respect, then you must develop only one key trait.

Certainty.

That’s it.

If you can show up everyday with an unshakable sense of certainty about who you are, what you can accomplish, and what you are meant to do, then you will have a magnetic social presence.

You see, most people are uncertain.

They are uncertain about who they are, what they want, and what they are really passionate about.

But when you can cut through the crap, get laser focused and develop absolute clarity and certainty on who you are, who you want to be, and how you are going to get there, then you will have true power.

2. Study What You Need to Know

We live in a day and age where people are told that they need to know a little bit about everything.

They learn about history, mathematics, science, and grammar.

And while those things certainly serve us to an extent, they are not necessary for true success.

If you want to become a master at anything and achieve a level of success and happiness that you have been searching for for so long, then you must commit to studying only what you need to know.

Decide what it is that you want to do, learn what you need to learn, and then go and take action.

It might sound simple, but it works.

3. Take Care of Yourself First 

Unless you are willing to take care of yourself, to prioritize your own needs and desires, and to truly love yourself, you will always show up in the world as a broken man.

You will never be able to embrace your true power, you will never achieve real success, and you will never be fulfilled unless you first take care of #1.

This doesn’t mean that you are never nice to other people or that you just ignore the needs of others, but it means that you prioritize the things that you need and want first so that you can serve others later.

If you are constantly burnt out, tired, pissed off, and struggling, you will never be able to serve the world.

Take care of yourself so that you can truly take care of others.

4. You Know Your Purpose, So Own It

Everyone knows their purpose.

But as we age and mature, we forget and lose that purpose that is buried deep inside of us.

We all know deep down what we are meant to do, who we are meant to be, and what we are meant to accomplish, but we are just too damn scared to do it.

If you feel lost or unsure of your purpose, it’s time to wake up and realize that you know your purpose.

You know what you need to do.

And if you don’t, go lock yourself in a room for 8 hours with nothing but a pen and a pad and you will find it.

We all know our purpose… so it’s time to own it.

5. It’s All in a State of Mind 

Everything in our lives is all in a state of mind.

Success, failure, happiness, sadness.

It’s all in a state of mind.

Why is it that two people suffering from identical problems and struggles can have such radically different views on what those problems and struggles mean?

Because of their state of mind.

If you want to live the life that you were meant to live, then you must embrace this truth.

Remember that in every moment, your success or failure is all in a state of mind.

In every moment your happiness or sadness is all in a state of mind.

And in every moment your love or hate is all in a state of mind.

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