Have you ever had a conversation with someone that changed the way you looked at the world?
I know the answer to that question because we’ve all been there.
As humans, we’re not immune to the changes that take place around us. Our environment is constantly evolving. And we must continually adapt to keep up.
One of the most rewarding experiences I’ve come to know is having your personal values and beliefs challenged. It’s not always a comfortable experience, but that’s not the point.
We’re not here to live in comfort. We’re here to grow. And we can’t grow unless we challenge ourselves.
And that’s what Mindvalley Mentoring is all about.
It’s about learning from some of the most thought-provoking mentors in the world.
The World’s Best Mentors In One Single Library Of Interviews
There’s a fascinating evolutionary theory called the Red Queen Hypothesis. It suggests that if you live in a changing environment, you must learn to co-evolve with your environment.
For most organisms, this means developing ways to survive. But sometimes, survival isn’t enough.
Our world is constantly changing. In fact, the advancements we’ve made in the past 100 years alone have revolutionized our entire existence.
To keep up, we don’t just need to change.
We need to surpass limitations and transcend.
My #1 Personal growth habit
Out of everything I have experimented with, my single biggest personal growth habit is still mentoring.
Over the last decade, I’ve interviewed some 200 unique individuals in the form of “brain exchanges.” These calls were some of the most influential conversations I’d had.
I would get on a call with these radical mentors and seek to unravel how they think — then I would find a way to rapidly integrate their best practices into my life.
I call this process “Consciousness Engineering.”
When I meet someone I admire, there are two things I immediately want to know about them:
1. What models of reality do they believe in?
2. What systems of living shape their everyday habits?
It’s the answers to these two questions that define who they are as an individual. And it’s these answers that show me their innermost values and beliefs.
Ariana Huffington, Jay Shetty, and Peter Diamandis‘ answers to these two questions might make you question what it takes to be successful in today’s world.
It certainly changed the way I looked at things.
These are people that don’t see things the way most others do. But that’s the point.
That’s how Consciousness Engineering works. And that’s what inspired me to start the Mindvalley Mentoring Program.
What is Mindvalley mentoring?
Becoming extraordinary isn’t an accident. It’s not up to chance or good luck or a perfect upbringing.
There is a science behind becoming extraordinary.
And there’s an art to it too that can be unraveled, taught, and mastered. And that’s exactly what Mindvalley Mentoring aims to do.
I’ve combined the teachings of some of the most influential, radical thinkers in the world. I’ve distilled that knowledge down into a single program that can teach you not just to survive, but to transcend.
Join Mindvalley Mentoring and learn from some of the most brilliant minds on the planet.
If you could meet your biggest mentor in person, what would you ask them? Share it in a comment below.