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Billion Dollar Body

Nicholas Bayerle is on a mission to help you create your ultimate state of health, power, and confidence. We bring on the top experts such as Ryan Michler, Cole Hatter, Drew Canole, Peng Joon, Dan Lok, Navy Seals, and so many more. Listen every Wednesday for a new interview and every Friday for the exclusive Power Couple Episode featuring Amanda Bayerle.
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Now displaying: February, 2018
Feb 28, 2018

Today Nicholas talks with Dr. Robert Glover, author of No More Mr. Nice Guy, and a BDB Live 2.0 speaker. Dr. Glover is a relationship expert, having trained men in saying no to being a Nice Guy. He talks about his personal experience of saying no more to being Mr. Nice Guy and how to have a great love life.



Timestamped Show Notes:

  • [ 02:35 ] Backstory.
  • [ 05:53 ] No More Mr. Nice Guy.
  • [ 13:00 ] Who is a nice guy?
  • [ 16:13 ] Men as Leaders.
  • [ 23:12 ] Attracting Women.
  • [ 29:54 ] Unmarketing.
  • [ 33:28 ] Divorce.
  • [ 45:09 ] Embrace the Moment and The Person You are With.
  • [ 56:02 ] Failing Forward.



Takeaways:

  • There is a worldwide men’s movement that is growing and gaining traction, men’s are wanting to be better and grow personally so that they can improve their relationships and then their overall lives. Men are seeking answers by being vulnerable and putting themselves out there. Men want to feel masterful.
  • Nice guys have the temperament to be easy going and a desire to make people happy. However where that temperament goes wrong is in wanting to become who they think people want them to be and denying aspects of themselves that they think will receive a negative reaction from others.
  • Look to ascertain what is wrong in a situation before someone else has to do it for you. Look at it as dancing, men lead. You don’t have to lead all the time, but it is your job to be the leader. A relationship is about reciprocity, the woman will reciprocate the tone you set with your leadership.
  • When you are being your authentic self you have no competition when you are just meeting a woman be you and if she likes you it will be easier to maintain your relationship.  



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Feb 21, 2018

Today Nicholas talks with Trevor Chapman as Trevor shares his rags to riches story, dropping wisdom unlike any other guest before! Trevor is the host of the Chapman Show, has sold multiple businesses for 7 to 8 figures before the age of thirty-five.

 

Time Stamped:

  • [ 03:22 ] Results and the Hustle Mentality.
  • [ 10:00 ] Lasting Change
  • [ 12:00 ] Advance Business
  • [ 19:38 ] Identifying Opportunity
  • [ 24:58 ] Money and Significance
  • [ 27:57 ] Legacy and Impact
  • [ 36:36 ] What You Focus on Grows
  • [ 42:00 ] Deliberate Intention
  • [ 48:12 ] Reciprocation  

 

Takeaways:

  • We are in the midst of hype and hyperbole, a time where #beastmode #grind #hustle are top trending. There is truth in this focus, it creates the concept that what it all comes down to is hard work, grinding and the hustle, when, while those are necessary elements, if you want more deserve more. You deserve more by winning more. It’s not the virtue of the hard work that gives you the results, it’s winning. Professional athletes aren’t drafted because they work hard, they are drafted because they win. Often the ones who win do work the hardest, proving that it is a symbiotic relationship between the two.
  • When we want to make lasting change our natural tendency is to add more things to our to-do list that we are already not getting to, to give our lives for complexity. I’ve found that when we want to make a true lasting change we should ask ourselves what will I no longer tolerate? By clearing the things that are stopping you from being able to achieve, clearing your obstacle. By clearing things you give yourself that option to grow into more of what you want.
  • What we focus on grows, the grass is greenest where it is focused on. Wherever you are at, focus on what you want and if you want to deserve more, win more in what you are doing. Naturally more options will occur but there are no shortcuts, there are small quantum leaps but we earn everything we have.   

  

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Feb 14, 2018

 

In today’s episode, Nicholas talks with Yemeni Mesa about how you can transform your health as an entrepreneur while having more confidence and energy to do what you love. Yemeni has helped grow high-quality food companies, currently involved with Know Foods a Keto conscious company offering tasty healthy options. 

Timestamped Show Notes:

  • [ 03:06 ] The Back Story
  • [ 05:34 ] Health Journey
  • [ 10:42 ] Passion Uniting with Business
  • [ 16:10 ] Morning Routine
  • [ 22:15 ] Ketogenics and Biohacking.
  • [ 28:56 ] Biomes and Tests.
  • [ 34: 33] Know Foods.
  • [ 39:11 ] Mission.

 

Takeaways:

  • 3 Day Reset Fast: Water only, disposing of comforts and things that have become a crutch. Only keeping the necessary things that you need to survive. You can include meditation and journaling. Goal and Purpose: To reset your body, rest discipline, helps you become in tune and aware of the things that get in the way of your productivity throughout the day.
  • By keeping your carbs low for too long you suppress insulin and other hormones that go into the fat burning process. An occasional glucose or insulin spike bring other hormones up with it helping in the fat burning process. The whole concept of cheat days can actually be beneficial if observed correctly.

 

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Feb 7, 2018

For today’s episode, Nicholas sits down with Pejman Ghadimi, the founder of the secret entourage. Pejman has a company that does over 40 million annually, several other companies, has written 11 books and consults on exotic car purchases. Pejman has gone from a VP banker to a multimillion dollar business owner.     

 

Timestamped Show Notes:

  • [ 02:40 ] Business Process and Talents.
  • [ 09:40 ] Who is an Entrepreneur?
  • [ 11:57 ] Transitions.
  • [ 16:11 ] Applying Your Learned Skills.
  • [ 20:04 ] Learning with What You Have.
  • [ 23:28 ] Mentors
  • [ 28:11 ] Exotic Car Hacks.
  • [ 37:46 ] Finding Purpose.

 

Takeaways:

  • When you realize what your talent or skill is, the area in which you excel above most who try the same thing, you have the opportunity to find various angles and make decisions to build your life around that talent. The vehicles in which you take that talent to people is nothing more than the way to execute or share, your talent is always the core, it’s just a matter of adapting and evolving to experience and maintain success. Good long-term businesses are built off of talent, new verticals are built off of recycled resources.
  • Entrepreneurship isn’t tied to your job or type of business, however, there is also a difference between business ownership, self-employment, and entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs look to create social change and social impact, their solution being creating building a scaling a business in order to jumpstart their social influence.
  • You can learn by paying attention, using what you have, your eyes and ears. Pay attention and observe what’s happening around you, who is successful, be curious and ask questions. No matter what you do you have your eyes and ears, this gives you an opportunity to advance every single day. Own the process and your role. In whatever you do and if you do it well, staying alert and aware during that process you will learn and consume a lot of information, once you consume information you're role is to process it and then ask further questions to enhance your curiosity. We invest so much time looking for channels of learning when we are the ultimate channel, we just need to optimize ourselves to be able to consume information properly without forcing it down on ourselves.        

 

 

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