Not saying there's any correlation - but every time I've personally witnessed an outburst like this it's been from people furious with themselves - and when it's been in business, they've been desperate frauds too.
Important information is usually whispered, not shouted.
I think he realizes it's his gritty persona that fills seats in his seminars with type A fella's in tight suits who trade bitcoin and like to get screamed at. He calls his students cunts and they sit there unphased while they pour another glass of Perrier. If you've ever read Charles Bukowski you'd see the attraction. I wouldn't pay for a seminar but sometimes it's an a$$ kicking that people need.[/QUOTE
He's not my cup of tea either, but yeah- psychologically, he understands his audience quite well. For me the main nugget In there is "take action". Too much analysis can lead to paralysis. Better to come out with a minimal viable product and then receive customer feedback and fix accordingly, then to sit around and wonder what could have been. The "Lean Startup" is a great book about this . I have not yet read Charles Bukowski- I'll check him out !
I would agree. I think the man is compensating for something . He's evidently attained some amount of success - but it's quite possible he's exaggerated his accomplishments. Regardless , he's hysterical to watch haha .
Compensating for something?
A calculated decision to build and market a persona that differentiates himself among the Tony Robbins type gurus of the world?
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