In this episode, Jim Oliver and David Osborn discuss:
- The concept of two sides of the river and the risks of never crossing to the other side.
- The importance of working through others and hiring team members who want to make a difference and put in the effort.
- Negative thinking and the importance of goal setting and visualization.
- Positive thinking is powerful; the human brain is unable to distinguish the difference between negative and positive thoughts.
- The way to increase the joy of having money is to make a difference and give a lot of it away.
- Fear can be debilitating, but the cure for fear is action.
“You almost always get what you aim for, maybe not the way you thought you’d get it but it’ll show up.” — David Osborn
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