#09 – Nate Lind – “Avoid getting cut on the cutting edge” – 2/2
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PART 2

03:00 – Personal development. NL: “Finding coaches or trainings that can help you understand more about why you do what you do”

10:05 – First thirty minutes of your day – NL: Kids and family. Wake up very early. 

13:18 – Ideal morning rutine – NL: “Spending a little bit more time for me to center”

17:16 – State of flow – NL: “Deep breathing is the most effective way. I’m also a procrastinator so, for me, start doing is the best I can do”

23:59 – If you ran a school, what non traditional lesson would you give? – NL: “Finantial literacy, but also development of the personal depth.”

25:13 – What book/s made the biggest impact. – NL: R. A. Salvatore Magitian (?) (couldn’t find the book, maybe a different name), Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyozaki and Millionaire Fastlane by M. J. de Marco

30:22 – Best advice ever given to you – NL: “Don’t get caught up on all the ‘what if’ scenarios” 

1:19:36 – Any unusual things that you eat or drink regularly? – NL: “I just started drinking coffee”

35:02 – What habbit or opinion do you have that people tend to disagree with? – NL: “Mental health situation in America, particularly for entrepreneurs” “Gender paradigme for men and women”

39:23 – What makes you happiest? NL: When I’m having fun with my family and When I’m around a group of guys when we are just being real. 

41:20 – What silly thing people should do more often? – NL: Skip

44:15 – Fight one horse sized duck or one hundred duck sized horses? – NL: Hundred small horses

48:04 – Expectations about The Cartel Mastermind convention y Dominican Republic

54:07 – About the event in May “The Sellers Cruise”

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