Tom Bilyeu (@TomBilyeu) interviewed Jordan on his Impact Theory Podcast earlier this year, and the episode was so well-received that Tom has been kind enough to let us share it here with you!

What Tom Discusses with Jordan:

  • Jordan’s three rules for improving your relationships — and not poisoning them.
  • How — and why — Jordan wound up giving tours in North Korea.
  • What Jordan did to overcome his childhood shyness and become someone who talks to people in public for a living.
  • Jordan’s method for developing body language and esteem and the value of deliberate practice.
  • Jordan and Tom discuss the process of building relationships and common mistakes people make.
  • And much more…

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On this episode, Tom interviewed our very own Jordan Harbinger to talk about a lot of things — primarily why your network means more than names on a list, and the secret to making powerful friends. Listen, learn, and enjoy — and make sure to subscribe to Impact Theory if you like Tom as much as we do!

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Note: Timestamps match podcast audio, not video above — those timestamps are available in the notes on YouTube!

  • Jordan explains how he ended up giving tours in North Korea and what initiated his attraction to the forbidden. [04:28]
  • Jordan details his early path into podcasting and its evolution into a business. [06:22]
  • Jordan explains how he overcame his shyness as a youth. [18:20]
  • Jordan describes a method for developing body language and esteem and the value of deliberate practice. [20:42]
  • Jordan talks about the art of learning and the value of having a coach. [24:53]
  • Jordan and Tom discuss the process of building relationships and common mistakes people make. [33:32]
  • Jordan touches on reinventing himself and his brand. [41:27]
  • Jordan breaks down the relationship between action and suffering. [51:01]
  • Jordan reveals the impact he wants to have on the world. [53:34]

THANKS, TOM BILYEU!

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