How to Start Doing Things That Scare You

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We can see a white male looks privileged. We can see somebody who's well-off financially as privileged the real privilege game in our society. Is what's going on in everybody's dome, I feel, even from an entrepreneurial level within the company that people are afraid to take risks.

Well, I was a communications major. So therefore, I have to go on the communications path and then I have to be a more senior communicator. We're, placing JPMorgan Chase. You can like very soon. You can move to London.

You can move to Dubai and take the risk that people are terrified. I push people, people are in the business of no people are in the business of saying no before they asked people prefer to blame the Machine.

I'm aware. I have it at Boehner. I'm, a full hardcore open-door policy, but some people would rather go to the bathroom and vent that actually talk to me. When I've proven over the last half decade, how unbelievably safe it is to talk to me practice, I've, been thinking a lot about this lately.

I think you have to challenge yourself. Listen careers are a big. The reason I talk so much about work is it's, a scary percentage of our entire life. The amount of time you spend working in comparison to everything else you do is when you add sleeping into the equation, it gets really intense.

So I really push people here and how do you do it if it's too hard to do here, because you were a student and you're in a machine, and now you did it like. You have to try to do things outside like. I actually think somebody here off of this talk.

Who then goes and tries skiing? I don't know why I'm stuck in that today for the first time and never was a skier or cooking or going to you know an opera doing something completely uncomfortable may start the process of them doing something uncomfortable here.

I think it's practice. I think you need to by the way. Let me give you a I like to go literal once a while some hoping one person does this go volunteer at a nursing home for one day in your life, hey.

I think you & # 39. Ll, get a lot of value of what I talked about earlier, because perspective is the game and you can get it real quick. If you go into that jungle and be that's, you doing something uncomfortable.

I think people have to break patterns. I think you do something different or build courage to do something different by getting used to it. The great fortune of my life was, I was an immigrant who got picked on for not being able to speak English.

I was a terrible student. I was not good at sports. I basically lived the first 18 years of my life telling me that I was a losing player, so I got real cozy with losing I loved, losing it's. Why? I associate so much more with people that don't come from privilege.

You know whether they look that part, and I look, I view privilege. First and foremost, we don't have the date. You know we can see. A white male looks privileged. We can see somebody who's well-off financially as privileged the real privilege game in our society is what's going on and everybody's.

Dome mental privilege is number one right when uh. That's um. I I wish P. This is why I'm talking so much about parenting. We are living through the worst execution of parenting in our society because we're living through such enormous success, abundance and prosperity.

In America for the last 60 70 years, and so now parents are getting into things. You know: parents during the Great Depression struggled with going to school and yelling at the parent, at the teacher for not doing this that or the other thing.

So we're living in eighth place, trophies fake environments entitlement. There are kids in this room right now who take money from their parents and are over at the age of 22. I believe that that is the number one poison in our society.

I believe it creates enormous fake environments, it subconsciously tells children that they're, not capable and they need their parents. Help and fake environments are bad and it leads to bad behavior.

We don't. Do you know that our society, doesn & # 39, t talk about saving money at all? We don't talk about saving money at all. We don't talk about borrowing money from our parents of paying them back.

That's. What two generations ago used to do now. We just were so [ __ ] entitled we just expect. This is what you know. Everybody always asks me like hey. How do I manage you know these Millennials? I'm, like with empathy.

They were parented in an environment where, if you came in ninth, they clapped for you. I don & # 39. T think that I listen. I think this isn't a super important subject matter. I'm, not saying boost somebody and make them feel like.

I believe in I'm, a product of self esteem. My mom did the greatest job of self esteem, but she also created accountability like, and we really need to debate that We can see a white male looks privileged.

. We can see somebody who's well off financially as privileged.. The real privilege game in our society is what's, going on in everybody's, dome. (, whooshing, ), (, popping ). I have a real pleasure of getting to talk to a lot of young people in my job here at this company.

And I feel like even from an entrepreneurial level within the company that people are afraid to take risks.. Well, I wasn't a communications major. So therefore I have to go on the communications path and then I have to be a more senior communicator.

. We're, replacing JPMorgan Chase. You can, like Mary said you can move to London. You can move to Dubai and take a risk., But people are terrified of it.. So how do you get that Trish people are in the business of no.

People are in the business of saying no before they asked. People prefer to blame the machine. I'm aware I have it at Vaynar.. I have a full hardcore open door. Policy., But some people would rather go to the bathroom and vent, then actually talk to me when I've proven over the last half decade, how unbelievably safe it is to talk to me.

. So how do you do it? How do you push yourself To take a risk., Practice. Hmmm? What do you mean? I've, been thinking a lot about this lately.. I think you have to challenge yourself. Listen careers are a big .

... The reason I talk so much about work. Is it's, a scary percentage of our entire life.? The amount of time you spend working in comparison to everything else you do is when you add sleeping into the equation, it gets really intense.

( laughing ). So I really push people here and how do you do it If it's too hard to do here, because you are a student and you're in a machine and now do this. Like you have to try to do things Outside .

.., I actually think somebody here off of this talk. Who then goes and tries skiing? I don't know why I'm stuck on that today for the first time and never was a skier. Or cooking or going to an opera doing something completely uncomfortable may start the process of them doing something uncomfortable here.

. I think it's practice.. I think you need to ... By the way. Let me give you I like to go literal once in awhile I'm, hoping one person does this. Go volunteer at a nursing home for one day in your life.

, A I think you'll, get a lot of value of what I talked about earlier cause perspective is the game and you can get it real quick. If you go into that jungle. And b, that's, you doing something uncomfortable.

, I think people have to break patterns.. I think you do something different or build courage to do something different by getting used to it. The great fortune of my life was. I was an immigrant who got picked on for not being able to speak English.

I was a terrible student. I was not good at sports. I basically lived the first 18 years of my life telling me that I was a losing player., So I got real cozy with losing.. I love losing.. It's. Why? I associate so much more with people that don't come from privilege, whether they look that part.

And look, I view privilege. First and foremost, we can see a white male looks privilege.. We can see somebody who's well off financially. As privileged. The real privilege game in our society is what's going on in everybody's? Dome.

Mental privilege is number one. Right.. This is why I talk so much about parenting.. We are living through the worst execution of parenting in our society because we're living through such enormous success, abundance and prosperity in America for the last 60, 70 years.

, And so now parents are getting into things. You know parents during the great depression struggled with going to school and yelling at the teacher for not doing this that or the other thing.. So we're living in eighth place, trophies fake environments entitlement.

There are kids in this room right now who take money from their parents and are over the age of 22.. I believe that is the number one poison in our society.. I believe it creates enormous fake environments.

It subconsciously tells children that they're, not capable and they need their parents help and fake environments are bad. And it leads to bad behavior.. Do you know that our society, doesn & # 39, t talk about saving money at all? We don't talk about saving money at all.

. We don't talk about borrowing money from our parents and paying them back. That's. What two generations ago used to do.! Now we just ..., we're, so fuckin entitled. We just expect.. This is what you know.

Everybody always asks me & quot, Hey. How do I manage these millennials & quot? I'm, like & quot With empathy. & quot. They were parented in an environment where, if you came in ninth, they clapped for you.

( laughing ). Listen. I think this is in a super important subject: matter. I'm, not saying boo somebody and make them feel like I'm a product of self esteem. My Mom did the greatest job of self esteem, but she also created accountability.

, And we really need to debate that.