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The Rich Life presents, The Millionaire Mindcast podcast, a show that focuses on 4 important pillars that lead to unlocking a more rich and fulfilling life; Relationships, Investments, Community, and Health. Im Matt Aitchison - a multi 7-figure real estate investor, entrepreneur, speaker and educator, a Fan of Ed Mylett, Andy Frisella, Lewis Howes, Grant Cardone, and Tim Ferris!. Every week I interview badass millionaires, billionaires, and elite achievers who are “Whole Life Millionaires” by taking their wealth far beyond what dollars can buy. Join me each week for new insights on how to level up in these areas of your life as you march toward that million dollar milestone. It’s time to define what RICH means to you, make your money matter, and live life on your terms. It's time to unleash your millionaire within.
since May 1, 2016
In this episode of the Millionaire Mindcast, David Meltzer shares his journey on seeking the true meaning of happiness and love, his ride on creating the world's first smartphone, adding value to other people, and his mindset and relationships around money! David Meltzer is an entrepreneur, a top Executive Business Coach, best-seller author, Keynote Speaker, CEO and Co-Founder of Sports 1 Marketing, a global sports and entertainment marketing agency that leverages over $20 billion in relationship capital and over 38 years of business experience, bringing athletes, celebrities and businesses together to make a lot of money, help a lot of people, and have a lot of fun. He has created a platform that uses four overarching principles—gratitude, empathy, accountability, and effective communication—that has allowed him to communicate and mentor everyone from college students to c-suite executives. His mission is to “make a lot of money, help a lot of people, and have a lot of fun.” Also, he is known for his Bestselling book “Connected to Goodness: Manifest Everything You Desire in Business and Life”, “Compassionate Capitalism: A Journey to the Soul of Business” and his newest book, “Game-Time Decision Making”. David came from a big & poor family, and the only time he wasn’t happy when there isn’t enough money. He thought the money could buy love and happiness. Inspired by his extraordinary mother who works hard for their family, gives him the motivation to strive hard, earn a lot of money, buy a house and car for her. This is why he became hypercompetitive. Then, he went to the top oil and gas law school in the country because he believes being a litigator is the best way to earn more money. When he graduated, he ended up working on legal research online where he became a millionaire in just 9 months and went from there up to the Silicon Valley. He became a technology guru and a multi-millionaire at his 30s who still believed that money buys love. Things happened that later he realized that money can’t buy happiness, so shifting the paradigm. David did everything he can to be as productive, to provide value as much as he can, & be accessible to others in service, have much more peace in life, and make sure that there would be no more scarcity for him and his family. Being an entrepreneur now is through making money, helping people, teaching and empowering people to be happy, and having fun. He teaches people to substitute the fear as the catalyst of focus instead, putting health first. Moreover, according to David, fear is the sucker of souls, it will depreciate and lessen the value of everything. People should be aware of it so that we could pursue our potential and be aware of the dual consciousness and live on it. Likewise, in order to achieve the goals, we must take actions, believe in it, and surrender. Surrender is not sitting on the couch waiting for the results but living in the good consciousness & not allowing the ego-based scares consciousness to exist. David loves to look for patterns, love to be self-aware, love on forgiving himself, he doesn’t believe there are mistakes, these are only lessons and they’re going to keep on coming & they’re going to keep on teaching us until we learn them. He believes that the more he accelerates and grow exponentially the more productive he will be. Some Questions I Ask: Take us back, where did it all your journey start? (01:47) What was your first big idea that set you on the path of entrepreneurship? 04:15) How did you fall in the opportunity of creating the world's first smartphone? (06:40) When did it that mindset change around the money? (11:28) Why do people feel hard to find happiness? (18:42) How do you play on the duality of consciousness? (25:10) What are some of the truths you’ve learned through your mentors and experience that helped you level up your life? (29:55) What do you look for in individuals that you mentor closely? (33:17) What is your message to the people who don’t believe that they can be rich in all areas of life? (37:47) In This Episode, You Will Learn: The best lesson he learned as an entrepreneur. (08:11) What causes people’s happiness problem. (17:23) The 2 types of consciousness. (19:29) Why David always put health first than anything else. (20:49) How to be happy. (22:47) How to get what we want. (23:30) The real meaning of surrender. (24:01) How to test the truth in yourself through simple words. (31:30) Quotes: “I live in a world of more than enough.” “I became hypercompetitive.” “I’ve always been attracted to be the best of the first.” “We are not here to please other people, we are here to provide for other people.” “The purpose that we’re here is just to continually learn lessons.” “Money doesn't buy happiness.” “Money is important if you shop the right thing.” “Nothing is for me, everything is through me in the world of more than enough.” “Everything for everyone and everything comes through me.” “Money is exactly what faith is.” “Fear actually is a soul sucker.” “Fear is not inspirational.” “The healthier you are, the better of your family is, and the better of your work is.” “I live in a world of activity.” “There is no better time than now.” “There is no better place than here.” “You continually get the same lessons until it learned.” “Live and inspire life, if you’re inspired, you’re happy.” “Abundance is the way that we get what we want.” “Action is part of the attraction.” “Surrendering is the most aggressive behavior that a human being can take.” “I stay in a consistent persistent pursuit of potential.” “When the ego in place, it accelerates, it doesn’t depreciate.” “The ego loves to accelerate.” “The ego is nothing but corroding the inspiration.” “Our truth exists inside of us.” “What we don’t like in others is what we don’t like about ourselves.” “We’re projecting at all times our own existence and we’re projecting our own reality.” “The truth always comes out.” “What might be the truth today, might not be the truth tomorrow.” “We are on the continuing journey, to learn the lessons.” “Appreciation is also duality.” “There are a million great ideas.” Connect with David Meltzer on: Website LinkedIn Instagram YouTube Twitter Facebook