One Decision to Change Your Life

As Tony says, “The quality of my life is the quality of my habitual emotions.” Our habitual emotions are our emotional homes. It is the state of being where we are most comfortable. It’s what we are conditioned to return to. Most people’s lives don’t change because they haven’t changed their emotional home. They live in the same emotional homes that they once returned to during times of childhood trauma or devastating situations – they live in the emotional home that’s familiar to them rather than in one that’s empowering. It doesn’t matter what happens to us or what happens around us. If our emotional homes are anger, frustration, disappointment, pity or sadness, we will react to our environments and pressures negatively. Consider people who live in physical locations where storms and natural disasters always seem to happen. A hurricane or tornado comes and wipes out their homes and businesses. They rebuild and then in a year or so it happens again. The cycle continues. From the outside looking in, it is easy to ask “why don’t these people just move?” But they can’t. This place is their home. The same can be true for your emotional home: It’s easy to see self-destructive patterns in others but when you look internally, it can be hard to see past your emotional home – the place where you have been conditioned to return. It’s where you feel safe. But if you aren’t safe there, if this place is causing you harm, you need to do the work to move. If you want to live an extraordinary life, you need to make the decision to live in a beautiful state. You need to make the decision to do the work on your emotional home to turn it into an empowering place. Only when you change your emotional home to one of peace, joy, happiness and fulfillment will you start to build your extraordinary life. When you make the decision, it won’t matter what challenges are thrown your way or what happens around you. You will be able to return to that beautiful state.

Focus on Yourself NOT OTHERS!

Speakers: Will Smith Sadhguru Denzel Washington Trevor Moawad James Lawrence Gary Vee.

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Train your brain for success

Dr. Joe Dispenza is teaching the world how to empower and heal our mind through meditation and mindfulness. His studies have proven that when well practiced these tools can put us on the path to understanding and breaking deep-rooted bad habits and even heal illnesses. The author of Becoming Supernatural explains how to stop your mind from controlling you on this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu.


Joe describes how habits and experiences shape us over time. [2:40]
Joe speaks on the relationship between your body and the unconsciousness mind. [12:10]
Joe details the power meditation can have on the way you think and live. [16:20]
Joe and Tom discuss the roadblocks of creating long-term change. [23:03]
Joe explains how epigenetics contribute to change. [27:40]
Joe tells the impact he wants to have on the world. [30:46]


“Emotions are the end product of past experiences.” [3:20]

“The best way to predict your future is to create it, not from the known but from the unknown. What thoughts do you want to fire and wire in your brain? What behaviors do you want to demonstrate in one day? The active rehearsing, then mentally closing your eyes and rehearsing the action.” [13:15]

“The moment you start feeling abundant and worthy, you are generating wealth. The moment you’re empowered and feel it, you’re beginning to step towards your success. The moment you start feeling whole, your healing begins and when you love yourself and you love all of life, you will create an equal and now you’re causing an effect.” [14:57]

“Knowledge is power, but knowledge about yourself is self empowerment.” [24:10]

Rich vs Poor Mindset

An Eye Opening Interview with Robert Kiyosaki. “The Gap Between the 1% and the 99% is Massive.” ROBERT KIYOSAKI. So what do you do?