I think this is quite interesting. And the Joe has great insights about psychology. One challenge though. His concept is "just a theory". I hate it so much when scientists and dr's and people who claim to have some "credential" figure that they can explain there idea to the layman as if it's "fact". Maybe to some degree. But in reality it's "just a theory". There's so many areas of life that we try and wrap our minds around, so that we can understand it and try and explain it to others, but in actuality "we don't know". Yes this is one unique video or I wouldn't even comment. But again, I mean you have to take it with a grain of salt. Sort of an example of what I mean is he leaves out anything to do with randomness and or luck. I girl finds a lotto ticket that someone left on a bench. She takes it home. Finds out she won. The only thing she did was one small thing. It wasn't some long drawn out meditation process. It was "dumb luck". And that changed her life to a large degree. Or someone randomly meets a perfect stranger. Some who they end up marrying, and now again a whole new life happens pretty randomly. So I'm just saying that again, whenever I hear these theories as "facts" and as if "someone's figured out how the world works", and how our minds, bodies, and life works. It's just so funny. Life has randomness built into it and or unexplained things, and or secrets that we'll never understand. That way maybe it keeps life interesting or something. And mind you I could be dead wrong. My thought too is just a theory about his theory. There's an old saying though that goes: "this one thing I know, I know nothing." I think a lot of smart people have a big problem with that. Anyway that's my 2 cents.
Now what does this have to do with network marketing. Well this and that. Self/personal development is very important when it comes to developing success in your life. Like I read in some book that if you keep healthy and or build up a good routine of diet and exercise this would significantly impact your bottom line in business. I think to some degree this could be true. As you'd have a lot more energy to commit to working on your business. But the thing is that if you want to at least improve your odds at success in your business you should also be constantly be learning and trying to "improve yourself". Maybe that way you can add more value into what you're doing or something like that. But as the saying goes "leaders are readers". Plus it can be fun once you get into it.
Because there is one thing I have noticed in that as a business person you need to be constantly expanding your awareness of what's out there, and about yourself. If you can expand your awareness it can greatly help you in business in so many ways. So for example lets say you're doing a mlm business and now lets say the MLM company goes out of business. So that means your business is ka-put! So now that you're out of business does that make you a failure? Yes and no. Yes you failed, but that's part of business. It typically will take a good 10 tries before you find something that's stable and long term. But on the other hand you didn't fail if you can recognize that "you were succeeding", you were growing your business, you were demonstrating that you had the drive to make it happen. Therefore, if some catastrophe comes along, you can "very quickly" pick yourself up and try something new, because you're "aware" that you have what it takes. Contrast that to someone else who might try something and when it fails, they never try another business ever again. Which is so sad. You probably fell a few times trying to walk as a baby, but you kept trying. Or to ride a bike or whatever. But you had to keep trying in order to eventually have success. That's the same with anything in life. I heard a good saying that goes like this.
To have success you need to recognize 3 things:
A) what am I doing (what business(s) are you doing)
B) what's working (making you real money)
C) what's not working (wasting your time)
When you figured that out, put all your time and energy into "B". Just be sure that you're positive that it's working and you've proven it. Now just speculating or assuming that a specific thing in your business is working, but not actually having any proof of it adding to your bottom line. And for some of you that sadly might mean you have to "go back to the drawing board" and find a new opportunity that might have stronger potential than what you're doing now. Or add a new opportunity and spend less time at what you're doing now. Or just change some actions and tasks that you're doing within your current MLM opportunity.
Anyway I'm really rambling here. So I'm gonna end it. But the point is that try and broaden your awareness and that tends to happen when you read a lot of success motivation type books, and watch a lot of "videos". It should slowly start to help influence your career as an entrepreneur in a positive direction. Good luck.