First off, let me say “Welcome, young Jedi”!
You’ve made a powerful choice by joining this program and the trajectory of your life is about to upgrade drastically.
Having just come out of the first ever Jedi Training Camp myself, I can tell you that if you fully dedicate yourself to the program, you will astound yourself over the coming months.
I have created an experience that will expand you in all ways, I will support you to the best of my ability along the way, and remember…
Your fate is in your own hands. You will get out of the experience exactly what you put into it.
Between now and then, here are 3 pieces of content I highly recommend you study before we officially begin our work together.
#1 Documentary: The Life of the Buddha - Pay particular attention to the dedication Siddharta Gautama (the Buddha’s birth name) showed as a "super student”. It’s very inspiring and gives us a good idea of what it takes to achieve true mastery.
#2 Book: The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks – Because you will be on a track of accelerated evolution, it is important that you educate yourself on the “upper limiting problem” and learn to deal with it so it doesn’t impair your progress.
#3 Audiobook: The Power of Now by Eckart Tolle – This book is the foundation of all Jedi Mind Tricks. I recommend listening to the audiobook instead of reading the book- there’s something very powerful in listening to Eckart’s voice directly.
Over the next few weeks, focus on applying what you learn from these 3 sources. They contain very potent teachings that will already start to accelerate your evolution.
Let’s make magic happen together brother.
May the force be with you,
Welcome to Jedi Warrior Experience! I’m excited that we’re going to be continuing our Jedi journey together!
Great times, powerful insights and spectacular results ahead.
I’ve made a short video to personally welcome you to the experience and to share a little bit about some “upgrades” you can expect in the coming months.
The JWE Pre-Training Curriculum:
Jedi Mission #1: Journal on these BIG questions
Question #1- It’s 12 weeks from today, we’ve just finished the Jedi Warrior Experience and it’s been one the best experiences of your life. What needs to have happened between now and then for you to be fully satisfied with your progress?
Question #2- If you had all the money in the world but you still needed to work, what would you do? Why?
Question #3- The Jedi Warrior Experience is designed to help you massively accelerate your progress on the project(s) that matter the most to you. What project(s) are you most inspired to focus on for those 12 weeks? Tell me more about your vision for each (what do you want to create, how you want to create value for others, what outcomes do you want to achieve, etc).
Important: I want you to answer these questions in your journal first, and then type up an “executive summary” that you will email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will use your answers to tailor the JWE to your particular wants and needs.
Jedi Mission #2: Read 2 books. 1 from each category (choose your own adventure!)
Category #1- Entrepreneurship/Business:
The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss
If you want to learn more about building a lifestyle friendly business, this is the bible. Reading it in 2010 set me off on the wonderful entrepreneurial journey I’m on (chances are if it wasn’t for that book, The Feel Good Lifestyle wouldn’t exist and we wouldn’t know each other...thanks Tim!). Great foundational book for if you’re interested in entrepreneurship, unconventional living and productivity.
The Education of Millionaires by Michael Ellsberg
A Take 50 millionaires who never finished College. Ask them what were the real keys to their success. Compile those into an elegant list of 7 “core principles”. That’s what this book is about. I read it in 2012 and it really tighten up some gaps in my entrepreneurial game… #3 and #4 were game-changers for me.
Influence: The Art of Persuasion by Robert Cialdini
The single best marketing book I’ve read. Once you master these principles, you will literally have superpowers… which you can use to help more people, effortlessly sell your products/services and make more money doing what you love.
Category #2- Spirituality/Mindset:
Real Magic by Dr. Wayne Dyer
Oftentimes we think that greater success comes from working harder. In this great book, Wayne Dyer teaches us that when we align ourselves with the Universe (instead of grinding/hustling) we can achieve tremendous results… with much more ease and grace. I read this while in Peru last year and based on my experience since, I can confirm that the magic is indeed real.
Give and Take by Adam Grant
Can we be good people and still win in business? Can we keep our integrity without getting trampled by “competitors”? Can helping others lead to extraordinary success? Absolutely. In fact, the top performers in the world are those who can truly be “good people”... while keeping their eyes on the prize. This was my book of the year in 2013 and inspired to me to create a lot of the “lighthouse” philosophy I’ve shared with you.
The Art of Non-Conformity by Chris Guillebeau
Stepping out of the mold of conformity that society imposes on us is not easy. But it’s also the key to true freedom. If you want to liberate yourself from the shackles of your parents, your friends, and society at large, this book will help you tremendously. It was a true breath of fresh air for me, and I believe it will help you claim your own sovereignty even more.
Ok- there you have it! You have your work cut out of you… and of course, I want you to have fun with all this.
I believe building our dreams, becoming the best version of ourselves and upgrading our reality is one of the most fun things in the world… Do you agree? :)
If you have any questions about this, feel free to hit reply and let me know.
May the force be with you,