Are you looking to impact the world? Leave behind a legacy and really do big things?

Ya I thought I was too until I came across Peter Diamandis’ work and more importantly frame of mind. Having now read his books and met the man behind an enormously impressive career I must say it really made my small challenges in business and in life seem trivial and made me look to step things up in a huge way.

For some background incase you are unfamiliar with Peter’s work, he is the founder or co-founder of 17 remarkably huge businesses throughout his career so far including:

X Prize Foundation – $10 million prizes and challenges for teams who solves some of worlds biggest problems
Planetary Resources – Preparing to mine asteroids in space
Human Longevity – a company mapping the human genome and making it affordable and accessible to do in hopes of extending average human life by at least 30 or 40 years

Singularity University – “educate, inspire and empower leaders to apply exponential technologies to address humanity’s grand challenges.”

…just to name a few…

Oh and if that wasn’t enough he is also a New York Times Best Selling co-author of Abundance: The Future is Better Than You Think and now its prequel BOLD: How To Go Big, Create Wealth and Impact the World both of which are absolutely incredible books which will surely change your psyche on the state of the world and you’re ability to affect it.
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Bold really is a how to guide on thinking big and actually putting your big vision dreams out there and making them happen. I was personally pleasantly surprised at how much he truly gives away and dives into the specifics of everything from crowdfunding to the idea that to become a billionaire, solve a billion person problem.

I honestly have not met someone ever in my life who thinks bigger and bolder than Peter and I have to say – he is a genius. I don’t say this to ass kiss or the same time what he has done all boils down to a few key elements none of which are just good fortune.

Being bold is not easy but for years I had a hunch that in fact if we got over our fears of failure or of exclaiming the “ridiculous” and actually striving for it that we would actually have more people join us and make it happen than if we were just operating in our comfort zone or not too far outside of it.

I believe and am now beginning to experience how the more bold of a mission I embark on the more likely I am to succeed despite seemingly all rational logic. Peter is the shining example of such and in this episode we discuss everything from his childhood aspirations and superheroes – to what he means by being bold and some advice on how you can do it too.

I highly recommend you read the book or listen to it on audible and visit his website for more info:
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