110: Joey Klein: A Guide to Transforming Your Life and Your Spirit

Joey Klein teaches people to consciously transform their lives using the practices he developed and has used during years of study with gifted teachers from around the world. His practical approach marries the wisdom traditions of East and West with the latest scientific studies in genetics and psychology, grounding them for the modern world.

Favorite Success Quote

“I am the center of my world.” – David Rudden

Key Points

1. If You Do What Others Do You Will Get What They Have Got 

If you are living like everyone else, you are going to get the same results as everyone else.

You cannot live the 95% and expect to get results like the top 5%.

If you are serious about changing your life, then you must commit to taking radically different action from everyone else.

Don’t do what they do.

Don’t use their vocabulary.

Don’t think how they think.

Commit yourself to playing the game at a higher level and embracing the habits, mindsets, and attitudes of the best.

This is the only path to greatness in any area of your life.

2. The First Step to Success is Awareness 

The first step to becoming successful in any endeavor is becoming aware of the habits, routines, and mindsets you have that are not serving you.

Once you have awareness of where you are, where you want to be, and what it will take to get there, then and only then do you have the power to make a shift happen.

If you are serious about success, then you need to take a step back.

Figure out where you are right now.

Figure out where you want to go and what you are willing to sacrifice in order to get there.

3. Shift Out of Fear-Based States 

Your state determines your reality.

If you are living in a fear based state you will never be able to enjoy life and achieve success.

Anytime you catch yourself falling into a state of doubt, fear, discomfort, or frustration, pause.

Become aware that you are in this state, take a deep breath, relax your muscles, and let it go.

Find 5 things around you that you are grateful for.

Anything that you are grateful for, whether it is your partner, your children, or just the chair that you are sitting on.

Fear cannot exist when gratitude is present.

They are the antitheses of each other.

If you want to escape your fear based states, then get present and get grateful.

4. What Vision do You Want to Fulfill?

Whether you are religious or not, all of you should be able to appreciate wisdom, wherever it is found.

And one passage in the Bible from the book of Proverbs stands out.

“Where there is no vision, the people perish”.

Not “Where there is no vision, people don’t do great things”

No, the people perish when there is no vision.

If you want to live a life of success, happiness, and fulfillment, then you must develop a more compelling vision for yourself and your life.

What are you working towards? What is it that you want to achieve? Who do you want to become? What legacy do you want to leave?

If you don’t have a massively compelling vision driving you forward, then you will wither away and die.

You will slowly decay as you relegate all of your dreams and ambitions to the realm of “Should have” instead of living with purpose and bringing your dreams and ambitions to life.

If you don’t have a vision, you are dying.

So stop waiting for permission to create a better life for yourself and decide right now what you want.

5. You Are Where You are Supposed to Be 

In this very moment, you are where you are supposed to be.

Every action, every misstep and every mistake that you have made up until this point has brought you to this moment and you are exactly where you need to be.

Don’t wish that things were different.

Don’t wish that you could change the past.

Everything that has happened to you has also happened for you and you must realize that everything in your life, whether positive or negative, has a purpose.

Influential Books

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Petals of Grace by Sai Maa Lakshmi Devi

The E-Myth by Michael Gerber


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