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Mel Robbins on Why Motivation Is Garbage | Impact Theory

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    Mel Robbins is a powerhouse speaker with one of the top 20 TEDx talks in the world.

    This former criminal defense attorney turned on-air commentator and CNN cont

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    Mel Robbins is a powerhouse speaker with one of the top 20 TEDx talks in the world.

    This former criminal defense attorney turned on-air commentator and CNN contributor exposes the myth of motivation and explains how to make the micro-decisions that will launch you into success in this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu.nnTom Bilyeu is the co-founder of 2014 Inc.

    500 company Quest Nutrition — a unicorn startup valued at over $1 billion — and the co-founder and host of Impact Theory.

    Impact Theory is a first-of-its-kind company designed to facilitate global change through the incubation of mission-based businesses and the cultivation of empowering content.

    Every piece of content Impact Theory creates is meant to underscore the company mission to free people from The Matrix and help them unlock their true potential.

    Impact Theory exists to inspire the next generation of game-changing companies and creators that will make a true and lasting impact on the world.nnCheck out Million Dollar Morning, a free gift from Mel: bit.ly/2kQVBhCnnSHOW NOTESnMel explains why she thinks motivation is garbage.

    [2:31]nnMel talks about taking control of micro moments.

    [5:57]nnTom and Mel discuss the origin of her life’s work.

    [7:16]nnMel exposes the trap of the knowledge-action gap.

    [14:07]nnTom explains why he wore his NASA t-shirt.

    [16:07]nnMel describes the science behind the 5-second rule.

    [21:56]nnMel reveals how to outsmart your brain to further your goals.

    [23:42]nnMel debunks the myth that confidence is a personality trait.

    [29:00]nnTom and Mel talk about overcoming the habits of worrying, anxiety, and self-doubt.

    [31:44]nnMel spells out the body’s physiological response to agitation.

    [36:35]nnMel shares how she used an anchor thought to overcome her fear of flying.

    [41:56]nnMel talks about her course called The Million-dollar Morning.

    [45:25]nnnMENTIONED IN THIS EPISODEnMel’s popular TEDx talk “How to Stop Screwing Yourself Over” bit.ly/1dK6evy [1:13]nnMel’s inspirational news website Inspire 52 bit.ly/2k2ybXo [1:37]nnMel’s new book The 5 Second Rule amzn.to/2kNn4Rp [1:56]nnThe spotlight effect bit.ly/2kdu5OJ [5:22]nnThe sunk cost fallacy bit.ly/1hMFIoJ [9:15]nnMetacognition, or thinking about what you’re thinking bit.ly/2kcWfZN [23:43]nnThe definition of habit loops stanford.io/2k2YdtH [24:25] nnThe storage center for feelings and emotions, Basal ganglia bit.ly/2kDPZYe [24:37]nnFOLLOW MEL ROBBINSnINSTAGRAM: bit.ly/2k6qJuC nFACEBOOK: bit.ly/2jiYP12 nTWITTER: bit.ly/2k5Lkim nSNAPCHAT: MelRobbinsLIVEnLINKEDIN: bit.ly/2jES8VF nYOUTUBE: bit.ly/2jiSRNR nWEBISTE: bit.ly/2k6pz2a nEMAIL: hello@melrobbins.comnnFOLLOW TOM BILYEUnTWITTER: bit.ly/2iyjY5PnINSTAGRAM: bit.ly/2j7vqX8nFACEBOOK: bit.ly/2hPStWonnFOLLOW IMPACT THEORYnTWITTER: bit.ly/2iC5lN3nINSTAGRAM: bit.ly/2hPSGJanFACEBOOK: bit.ly/2iystOfnnSubscribe to the PODCAST to get episodes early:napple.co/2icO5wz

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