Vishen’s Life Advice Will Leave You SPEECHLESS | One of the Most Eye Opening Speeches Ever

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Vishen, NY Times best-selling author of two books, Founder of Mindvalley, speaker and activist, delivers one of the most eye opening inspirational interviews you will ever year.
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We had the opportunity to interview @Vishen Lakhiani, the founder of Mindvalley. In the interview, Vishen shares his greatest life advice, including why the world is about to go through massive disruption over the next 4 years, why you don't need a college degree, one of the most important skills in life, why you shouldn't quit your day job too quickly to work on your business, and how personal growth can completely change your life!

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"Focus on what you want to accomplish, not how you will achieve it and the rest will follow. The bigger your vision is, the easier it gets."
― Vishen

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Vishen is the Founder of Mindvalley, an incredible company helping millions of people experience personal transformation by bringing the world’s top educators under one platform and offering everything from award-winning Quests, to engaging Masterclasses. He went from losing everything at age 24 and “renting a couch for $100 a month” to one of the most incredible entrepreneurs on the planet, building Mindvalley from a little website selling meditation CD’s to a global empire with over 300 employees in over 54 countries, and reaching over 10 million students worldwide – with a goal of reaching 1 billion. His mission is to raise human consciousness, and elevate the key systems that shape humanity’s future.

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  1. I lost my job during the pandemic, I started this channel believing things will get better 💯.

  2. To the *incredible person* that’s seeing this, I wish you all the best in life❤ don’t over blame yourself, accept things and go forward. Don’t let others define what “success” is for you. Get up, learn the skills needed and get after it, all the keys to a happy life is in your hands. Keep pushing.

  3. *”Do the difficult things while they are easy and do the great things while they are small. A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” – Lao Tzu*

  4. oMG !!! Thank you so much channel owner , i really needed this right know i wish you could know i felt when i heard this sentence « you must put your personal growth first it’s more important than your business » i wish you a happy and successful life !

  5. Very informative. Really appreciate it🙏🏼
    Cheers 🍻 to the Scorpio Pluto generation and Age of Aquarius. Technology is nothing like what it was a year ago, or even 4 months ago. It’s changing rapidly. This is only the beginning.

  6. “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou
    💜 Heart-Based Manifestation YouTuber

  7. hearing all of this, this applies not just for entrepeneurs but for a hell lot of other people in school, studying etc….
    for me: im almost on the verge of doing my final exams while doing things for my project (or an “e-manga” a closer friend of mine called it) and hearing these advices reminded me of another friend that told me the same: to prioritize the personal growth…and its fairly underestimated after going through one of my own and its some of those things that could pretty much change the world if it wouldve gotten teached in school…which is not the case and also a bit hard to do

  8. To Vishen and the Chancellor: thank you for your kindness and thoughtful information.

  9. *“We cannot solve problems with the kind of thinking we employed when we came up with them.” — Albert Einstein*

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