Tom Bilyeu is one of the founders of Quest Nutrition. Yes, it's the company that makes those yummy Quest Bars and Cookies! His podcast and YouTube channel, Impact Theory, helps people develop the skills they will need to improve themselves and the world.
In this episode of Impact Theory, Tom interviews Rachel Hollis. Rachel is an American author, motivational speaker, and blogger. She founded Hollis Company and the New York Times best-selling author of "Girl, Wash Your Face" and "Girl, Stop Apologizing" among other books.
If you identify as a "people pleaser" and often find yourself crippled by what others think, you'll LOVE this interview.
If you're new to podcasts or (more generally) content like this, give it a solid shot for 15 minutes and build it up as you go. It won't instantly change your life, but it'll start to broaden the way you think.
Killer quotes from this episode
"I’m going to be filled with love myself...that it doesn’t matter if you love me back. I’m going to love you so hard that it doesn’t matter if you love me back. Because if I’ve got enough love for both of us, I don’t need to shape myself into someone new in order for you to approve me."
"You can’t control the variables but you can control your reaction to them and how you show up."
"Every morning, I reset my intention and tell myself ”this is where we’re going”. I would write my dreams down as if it had already happened. It is INSANE if you go read my notebooks from 5 years ago...it’s the life I have today."
"You’re celebrated in the light for what you do in the dark. What you do before anyone is awake. What you do when no one is looking. No one else is going to force you to do that, it’s on you."