One of the most disastrous myths is that you must take MASSIVE ACTION to produce massive change. This is not only wrong, it’s unhelpful. What is “massive action,” anyway? Does it mean you must have a fancy podcast studio, sound editor, and producer in order to start a podcast? If so, you’ll never get started.
To create massive change in you life, you need to make small changes. Consider Stefan Molyneux, who has one of the biggest podcasts in the world, reaching millions of people in a month.”
“My first YouTube video had 300 listens. Some people tried to ridicule this. I thought it was great. How many first-time speakers can draw a crowd of 300 people?”
Stefan Molyneux’s early shows aren’t particular impressive, which is why he’s a massive success today. Success is the product of the work you put in for years and more likely decades.
As millions of people abandon TV and XM Radio, Molyneux’s show will get even bigger. Podcasts are the future.
Look also at Joe Rogan’s first podcast. It was stupid, he was in front of a Macbook, and there was some weird cloud montage.
Today the Joe Rogan podcast can take people into international stardom with one appearance. The Joe Rogan Experience is the Oprah of alpha males.
If Joe Rogan had waiting to take MASSIVE action by creating a huge podcast, he’d have failed.
Danger & Play started off as a dot wordpress dot org website. I didn’t even know how to have my own dot com site.
I took small actions each day, and since then have published two successful books, produced one feature length documentary, been on FoxNews, been banned from FoxNews, and seen my profile in the New Yorker.
A three-star general even praised Gorilla Mindset.
Watch my full interview with Stefan Molyneux to learn how to improve your own life today.