Larry Ellison: Billionaire Samurai How to Achieve Ultra High Performance 10 months ago   25:07

Dec. 3 (Bloomberg) -- BLOOMBERG GAME CHANGERS follows Larry Ellison from his early days in Chicago through the founding of the multi-billion-dollar software company to his rise as the highest paid executive of the last decade with a total compensation of $1.84 billion. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Krishnendu Ray
he is mentally sick.
cristo alachouzos
6:10 why is he walking with both his dogs lmao
Nhlanhla. V Chili
What king of a person is this?...
seems like all the successful people were adopted. im considering telling my children they're adopted too to light a fire up their ass
Zach Keith
The culture is still like this
sadat ali Khan
the word Turd comes to mind.
lmao Larry sounds like a hater
Sounds like a real asshole.
William Felix
Thats what a winner is.

Winners win. I want to be a winner.

Not like all of you losers working 9 to 5 jobs and your pathetic lives.

Life is to precious to give up being a winner.
Alan Ramirez
A Titan of Silicon Valley
the groupies
Somehow success on earth stands still for owning a 200 dollar mansion being ultra rich, but when you die you can't take NONE with you. Success is also that coast guard who risks his life to safe a dog, that fireman who has a family depending on him still risking his life. If I had that money I would change the world. Then again that's why I probably will never have that. If ever so I will post it here:-)
Don't forget CIA asset.
Tim Tim
still on my computer today lol
Why did the intro look like a gta opening
Leksi Kush
Lmao at the programmer throwing shade 😂😂
Abuzer Yaseen
Larry Ellison is a winner
Martin Martinez
This guy is just a joke as Steve Jobs he didn’t create nothing he just steal ideas of other people and claim it as his
Martin Martinez
Hahaha his computer is a joke!
Why not be the best at helping the world...pricks.
I was waiting on Seppuku for 25 minutes ! I need my money back !
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How to Achieve Ultra High Performance Larry Ellison: Billionaire Samurai 10 months ago   41:41

Over the years Dr. Michael Gervais has helped Super Bowl winners, Olympic gold medalists, Fortune 500 companies and more dominate their field by molding their mindset into that of a high-performer. His insight on the psychology of recognizing and executing in high-stake moments has made him the go-to guy for anyone wanting to win at a higher level. Co-founder of Compete to Create Dr. Michael Gervais, explains what it takes to lock-in own the moments that matter on this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu.

Michael explains why he believes every great change starts with pain [2:40]

Michael talks about building relationships and balancing accountability with love. [7:55]

Michael shares lessons about nurturing relationships after a tough experience with his wife. [13:20]

Michael and Tom discuss training their emotions and the greatest fear of modern times. [20:53]

Michael breakdowns the process of building self-awareness. [29:18]

Michael tells the experience he gained while helping youth over the years. [32:34]

Michael reveals the impact he wants to have on the world. [39:14]

“The reason we grow is because we get uncomfortable and we embrace being uncomfortable.” [2:50]

“Being honest with the pain that we feel is usually the prime mover for people to do the work that is necessary to push to the edge.” [2:55]

“From clarity, we can train our mind to have conviction in stressful environments.” [11:55]

“It's vulnerability that is how we train emotional capacity. The more that we become vulnerable and demonstrate the courage to do so, we expand our capacity to feel.” [24:12]

“In the present moment is where all things high performance take place. That's where love happens. It's where relationships and the fabric of relationships are strengthened and revealed. It's where our glimpses of wisdom and potential happens.” [39:28]


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Compete to Create - [1:45]

Finding Mastery - [2:00]