The Keys to Persuasion and Powerful Self-Confidence with Ed Mylett
"Things happen for you, not to you.”
As you know my biggest goal is to serve you. I really dedicate every day to trying to help as many people as I can.
When I get on a stage I try to speak to each individual person in the crowd. I try to reach out to every member of the audience and truly help them. I want them to take action, and leave with the tools they need to change their life.
I’ve been fortunate enough to become friends with an amazing speaker that is of the same mindset - Ed Mylett. If you haven’t heard of Ed before, you’ve been missing out.
“People respond to what they feel, not what they hear and see.”
Ed started out with the dream of playing professional baseball. But like so many of us, an injury changed his course in life.
Instead, his first job out of college was helping boys at a foster home who came from abused families. It’s here he found is life mission: to serve.
He saw in the eyes of these boys that they just wanted what everyone wants - to be loved and appreciated. This ended up taking him down the road of servitude later in life.
Today, Ed is one of the premier business leaders, peak performance experts, and motivational speakers in the world. He has a passion for mentoring and coaching others on what it takes to become a champion in all areas of life.
He has shared the stage and has very close personal relationships with other business legends such as Tony Robbins, John Maxwell, Phil Knight and many others.
Hear his insights on life, public speaking, and so much more on Episode 586.
“The most important gift we can give someone is to be present”
Some Questions I Ask:
You wanted to be a professional baseball player, right? (10:45)
Where are you from originally? (12:30)
How to we permanently alter what we think we’re worth? (23:38)
When did you realize things were really taking off? (32:43)
How did you learn to persuade people so effectively? (35:53)
How does someone believe in themselves? (38:28)
How did you develop belief and confidence when you were failing? (40:34)
Was there a time when you didn’t feel like you were a good person? (43:40)
What would you say is your greatest asset? (46:19)
How did you learn to present with passion and persuasion? (49:24)
What have kids taught you about life? (55:19)
What’s a question you wish more people would ask you? (59:29)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
How Ed learned to serve (13:00)
Ways people sabotage themselves (21:23)
How to associate and raise levels even with people who aren’t around you (26:35)
Who you really learn from (27:22)
The trouble Ed got in with police by trying to look rich (29:14)
The biggest addiction today (40:07)
The three types of speakers (50:52)
The #1 thing speakers struggle with (53:07)