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iCreateDaily Podcast - iCreateDaily Podcast 16th June 2020
Personality Isn’t Permanent with Benjamin Hardy
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Personality Isn’t Permanent with Benjamin Hardy

Best Selling Author and Visionary Leader

Wow! I loved this visit with Dr. Benjamin Hardy an organizational psychologist and bestselling author of Willpower Doesn’t Work and a new book titled Personality Isn't Permanent.

Benjamin’s articles are amongst my favorites. If you follow this podcast and also our articles on iCreateDaily, you'll likely get the connection to our core message of creating the life you want to live and Personality Isn't Permanent.

Ben's blog has been read by over 100 million people and featured on Forbes, Fortune, CNBC, Cheddar, Big Think, and many others. You can find those relevant links in the show notes at page end.

More About Benjamin Hardy

Benjamin is a regular contributor to Inc. and Psychology Today, and for 3 years running, he was the #1 writer, in the world, on Medium.com.

You will want to join his over 400k email subscribers because his articles are profoundly insightful. In fact, I see Benjamin as a modern day stoic philosopher and visionary leader.

Benjamin lives in Orlando, Florida, with his family. And speaking of family, Benjamin and his wife Lauren adopted three children in February 2018 after years of fighting the foster system in order to be able to. Then one month later, guess what happened? Yep… Lauren became pregnant with twins, who were born in December of 2018. So within one year, they had 5 children!

I’m delighted to get to speak to one of my online virtual heroes and mentors, and in particular to talk about his epic new book (as well as book launch tips for you authors and creators).

Personality Isn’t Permanent, Break Free from Self-Limiting Beliefs and Rewrite Your Story, by Benjamin Hardy, PhD

Once you set an identity of the future self you want to be, you set a goal to create that identity.

~Benjamin Hardy, organizational psychologist, author, philosopher

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Tune into this elevating "Personality Isn't Permanent" with Benjamin Hardy

You'll learn about:

  • How to create your future self
  • Deliberate practice
  • Set goals
  • The few big things that took Benjamin from no email list to now, over 400k subscribers
  • What is a Landing Page and why it makes a difference in growing your brand
  • An alternative view to Benjamin's Personality Isn't Permanent book thesis offered by Ben himself
  • What trauma does to growth and development of the personality
  • The problem with personality tests
  • The essentiality of creating your future self
  • How your goals create your personality rather than vice versa
  • Benjamin's success habits
  • Ben's future self

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dvWIyLrljI

Show Links & Notes:

Free chapter of Personality Isn't Permanent

Benjamin's Blog

When the Going Get Tough -we've featured Benjamin's TEDx in this article

DotCom Secrets by Russel Brunson

Adam Grant - an alternative perpective

Stumbling on Happiness TED by Dan Gilbert

Ellen Langer books - "So beautiful! If you haven't read them, you'll be bathing in them because they're so beautiful." Benjamin Hardy

Choice Theory, by William Glassner

Powers of Two, by Joshua Wolf Shenk - Ben's favorite book on creativity

Who Not How, by Benjamin Hardy and Dan Sullivan

The Wisdom of Your Cells by Dr. Bruce Lipton

ADDITIONAL QUOTES:

"Human beings are works-in-progress that mistakenly think they're finished."

~Dan Gilbert, Harvard Professor of Psychology, author, b.11/5/1957

"We don't predict the future, not because we can't but because we don't."

~Dan Gilbert, Harvard Professor of Psychology, author, b.11/5/1957

"We spend a lot of time remembering the past and think that that's our identity, but we spend very little time imagining the future."

~Dan Gilbert, Harvard Professor of Psychology, author, b.11/5/1957