Every day, we are faced with decisions which can impact our happiness— what we choose to do with our time, how we react to difficult situations, and what we focus on. At the end of the day, true meaning, abundance, and happiness can only be achieved when we take control of our lives by reflecting on our experiences and practicing gratitude for all that has been given to us. And the key is ascribing the right meaning to them.
In this episode, Daniel sits with Dave Meltzer, the CEO of the renowned Leigh Steinberg Sports & Entertainment agency and co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing to talk about how we can craft the right meaning from our past. From gaining growth, joy, and wisdom through reflection and gratitude to understanding the power of success and wealth, Daniel and Dave will also help us uncover the wisdom and knowledge needed to unlock our fullest potential.
Additionally, they share lessons on putting meaning to our past as well as perceiving abundance, attaining happiness, the two types of ignorant people, being intelligent followers, never apologizing but always utilizing gratitude, and the best advice anyone will ever hear.
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David Meltzer is the Co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing and formerly served as CEO of the renowned Leigh Steinberg Sports & Entertainment agency, which was the inspiration for the movie Jerry Maguire.
His life’s mission is to empower OVER 1 BILLION people to be happy! This simple yet powerful mission has led him on an incredible journey to provide one thing: VALUE. In all his content and communication that’s exactly what you’ll receive.
03:09 “If you make a lot of money, help a lot of people, and have a lot of fun, not only will you be happy but you’ll be able to empower so many other people to be happy as well.” —David Meltzer
04:00 “The acquiring the knowledge comes from not having what you had before.” —David Meltzer
04:52 “Money is extremely important… But you also have to have the power of abundance to ask for more. And when we ask for more, we grow.” —David Meltzer
06:27 “The meaning that I give my past has to be in a trajectory of where I think I want to be in faith, that those pains, setbacks, and failures of my past are protecting and promoting me,” —David Meltzer
07:41 “The idea of wanting more was inherent in scarcity, which is why people that live in the zero-sum game are afraid to ask for help because they don’t believe there’s more than enough.” —David Meltzer
13:58 “The people that know what they don’t know and pretend like they do are the first ones to project that they know everything.” —David Meltzer
14:21 “All great leaders are intelligent followers.” —David Meltzer
19:15 “The energy of abundance is so additive and appreciation is included in adding value to the situation, instead of diminishing the value by saying you’re sorry. Apology is inherent in gratitude.” —David Meltzer
20:21 “The best piece of advice is three words: Ask-for-help.” —David Meltzer