366: How to Move From Victim to Victor, with John Sanei
Published August 20, 2018
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    John Sanei: What’s Your Moonshot?
    John Sanei is a trend specialist, business strategist, keynote speaker, author, entrepreneur, and a Singularity University faculty member, working with clients across industries and around the world. He’s the author of the book What's Your Moonshot?: Future-proof yourself and your business in the age of exponential disruption* and also the newly released book Magnetiize: Stop the chase. Understand the change. Take control of your future*.
    Key Points

    The lens we use to look at the world and ourselves is actually how the world reacts back to us.
    What we look for is what we find.
    When you finish complaining and moaning, are you empowered or disempowered?
    We have an incredible privilege of choice to either take responsibility or to blame.

    The 3 types of victims:

    Martyr victim - the victim who feels sorry for themselves
    Arrogant inferior victim - the person who cuts others down so he or she can feel better about themself
    Arrogant superior victim - the person who thinks all problems are below them, that everybody else is a fool who can’t do anything right

    Bonus Audio

    The Importance of Kindness

    Resources Mentioned

    What's Your Moonshot?: Future-proof yourself and your business in the age of exponential disruption by John Sanei*
    Magnetiize: Stop the chase. Understand the change. Take control of your future by John Sanei*
    John Sanei's site

    Book Notes
    Download my highlights from What's Your Moonshot? in PDF format (free membership required).
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    Ten Ways to Pick Yourself Up When You’re Beaten Down (episode 85)
    How to Manage Your Inner Critic (episode 232)
    The Power of Solitude (episode 308)

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