170: David Anderson: Think Less, Make More

David Anderson is an lifelong entrepreneur, and listener of the show. He graduated from Florida State University with 3 different business and finance degrees.

He is the owner of Nitroworks Marketing, an online system for revenue boosting and sales coaching. Through the years he has helped thousands of entrepreneurs increase their profit and business success, and is continuing to grow his coaching empire.

Favorite Success Quote

“Make more, think less”

Key Points

1. Take 100% Responsibility for Your Life

In every man’s life, there comes a time when he can no longer blame others for his circumstances, where he must take the reigns and accept his station in life completely.

Chances are, you will fail, and you will go through some incredible struggles. David went homeless several times, lost apartments and struggled to make ends meet, yet by making the decision to be successful no matter what, he now lives the life of his dreams.

When you take 100% responsibility for your life, you take 100% responsibility for future and empower yourself to change anything and everything you want.

2. “If You Are Going through Hell; Keep Going”~Winston Churchill 

From his parents divorce, to losing his stepfather, to failed businesses, and homelessness. David went through times of incredible struggle. But he kept persevering and made it through.

If you want to succeed in your life, business, and relationships, you must accept that hard times will come, and push through. No matter how difficult it gets, if you can keep your head up and keep moving forward, you will eventually succeed.

3. What One Man Can Do Another Man Can Do 

It’s incredibly easy to hear the stories of all these top entrepreneurs and relationship experts on the show and believe that they are somehow different from every other man alive.

The simple fact is; If they can do it, so can you.

Like we hear at the beginning of every podcast “What one man can do, another man can do. If it’s been done, it can be done again.” Never believe that something already accomplished by another is out of your reach.

You can create a life of meaning and purpose full of health, wealth, vibrant relationships and powerful personal growth, but you must first believe in yourself and your ability to achieve the goals you set.

4. Expose Yourself to the Right Experiences 

One of David’s most powerful personal development experiences was attending Andrew’s live program “The Awakening.” It allowed him to reconnect with himself and his vision, to learn incredible new skills in a short amount of time and to really begin emotional and spiritual mastery.

If you truly want to succeed in your life, it is imperative that you begin investing in events like “The Awakening” where you can learn from other men and grow into who you were born to be. Life is so full of pressure and people vying for our attention that taking even three days away from it all can completely transform you.

Experiences like this are truly one of the greatest accelerators to your growth and success. If you want to be the best version of yourself, then you must invest in your person growth is a massive way. You must invest in yourself in a way that doesn’t just leave you with more knowledge, but that leaves you a completely new and changed man, forever.

5. Shut Everything Out 

If you are feeling lost or unsure of yourself. Shut everything out. Stop listening to the news, stop listening to advice from friends and family and just take time to connect with yourself and what you want.

Who do you want to be?
How do you want to live?
What do you want to make of your time on this earth?

Spend time in silence, meditating on who you are and what your vision is. Get away from the societal and familial pressures and just reconnect to yourself, your emotions and your desires.

Influential Books

1. The Success Principles by Jack Canfield

2. The 4-Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss

3. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey


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