Chapter 5: The Tectonic Shift, Tsunami, and Undertow: Understanding The Power of Directional Pull (Part B & C) by Ed O’Keefe
There’s a paradox of success you must be aware of. At the same time your tsunami of success is finally hitting, there’s an undertow of success generated as well. Artists, athletes, celebrities, and entrepreneurs all fall prey to the undertow. Beware of the undertow.
In this episode, we discuss:
- What the undertow does
- Why even good companies fail
- The dangerous mindset of success
- Three mind freeing questions to ask yourself
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02:39 How the Mighty Falls by James Collins
00:00 – 00:13 Ed O’Keefe Show Intro
00:13 – 02:40 The Undertow of Success
02:40 – 05:05 Good Companies Fail
05:05 – 08:00 Growth Point is another test
08:00 – 11:53 The Mindset of Success
11:53 – 16:53 Three Mind-Freeing Questions
16:53 – 20:20 Pivotal Trimtab Decision
20:20 – 24:15 Freeing Questions to ask yourself
24:15 – 26:14 Ed O’Keefe Show outro
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