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Can You Stop Your Negative Thoughts?!?

Stopping thought is way simpler than most people think – that’s why it’s only the first step on your journey once you realize how much suffering runaway thoughts create in your life.

In fact, you use this ability all the time – but you’re unaware you’re doing it. That means you’re unable to tap into your true power to master your thoughts and up-level your being.

In this video, I explain how thoughts can actually become a tool to reach greater levels of consciousness and abundance. If you want to hear more, you can jump to the full episode of the podcast right here.

Episode 5 – How to Develop Emotional Intelligence

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Rob and Sarah start off by examining where our emotions are really coming from. Are they reactions to external events or caused by internal thoughts? Rob talks about how certain emotions are “stuck emotions” and can take over our identity if we don’t manage them. Then he teaches an easy trick to combat powerful emotions that you might be struggling with. Rob explains why emotions are a natural “alarm” and can alert us about the way we are making meaning.

We also dive into why it’s hard to express our emotions. Limits in our language may be holding us back. We cover how “being with” emotions can help you process events. This is a path to being healthier and more emotionally mature. We teach you how to break the cycle of repressing emotions and why we shouldn’t always “numb out.” After this episode, you’ll understand how to manage all types of feelings. This should help you become more grounded and fulfilled.

Episode Topics:

  • Where emotions and feelings come from
  • How to combat “stuck” emotions
  • Tips on how to be with powerful emotions
  • Why it’s important to express yourself
  • Ways we “numb out” in order to not feel emotions
  • How to communicate our emotions more effectively

Episode 4 – Is Your Reality Trustable

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In this episode, Rob explains the biggest fundamental error in the human condition. Rob and Sarah delve into the topic of truth. We discuss if there are trustable truths, or if your reality is actually a delusion. We talk about how this universal mental error might cause you to be living in fear. Then we explain why humans actually have limited access to truth. Because of biases, our own senses, and a general information overload. Plus we talk about the difference between subjective and objective truth, and how to live in the “we space.”

Then Rob shares some of the consequences you might be up against if you don’t challenge truths in your life. He teaches a few different ways you can get better at growing a healthy skepticism. Rob and Sarah then agree that it’s more true to question truth then to just believe it. And talk about how you can apply this to your life.

This episode will help you learn how to find truth, and recognize biases and opinions. We encourage you to shift your perceptions so that you can find more connection, and more wisdom. We want for you the freedom to experience life without being afraid and overwhelmed.

Episode Topics

  • Why Your Reality Could be A Lie
  • The Consequences of Not Questioning Truth
  • Subjective Vs Objective Truth
  • How Our Access to Truth Can Be Limited
  • Widening Your Perspective on Yourself and Others
  • The Skill of Questioning Truth
  • Navigating Truth Can Deeply Change Your Experiences
  • Learning Real Wisdom

Episode 3 – Your Biggest Mental Error and The Single Key to Becoming “Unstuck”

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Rob helps you get “unstuck.” He explains the universal key to being more confident, productive, and fulfilled. We’re going to share with you more about beliefs, as well as introducing “opinion” and “truth.” We’ll define each concept and show you how they’re connected. Plus we’ll talk about how, like thoughts, beliefs can be conscious or unconscious to you.

We’ll also dig into how being delusional might not be all that bad. And how certain delusions may be helpful in different situations. Finally, you’ll learn the one big error we keep making that is leading to a cycle of separation. Rob and Sarah share how to detach from your own “beliefs.” Doing so allows you to have profound change and grow in your path to mental mastery.

Episode Topics

  • The Universal Key to Being “Unstuck”
  • Deep Dive on Opinion vs Belief
  • Why Truth is Weird and Complex
  • The Fundamental Error Humans Have in Their Thinking
  • How to Master Profound Personal Change

Episode 2 – The 10 Second Test to See If You’re Delusional and How to Recode Your Mind

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This episode does a deeper dive into optimizing our own cognition. We explore how our beliefs can cause procrastination, self-sabotage, and other limiting behavior. Plus, Rob shares a simple 10 second test you can do to see if you have a “delusional mind.”

We also define the word “belief.” And discuss why most people get triggered when someone challenges their beliefs. We cover different cognitive biases. How to hack our mind so we can see through our biases and take back control of our thoughts.

We also share a new way to change your meaning making so you can be healthier, happier, and more successful. Lastly, we debunk the myth that “positive thinking” is enough to create better outcomes. And tell you the way to reset your mind so you can experience deep meaningful change for yourself.

Episode Topics

  • Where Thought Creation Comes From
  • Big Mental Delusions that Keeps Us Trapped
  • How to See “Mental Blind Spots”
  • Conscious and Unconscious Meaning Making
  • Cognitive Biases
  • The Game of the ‘Familiar’
  • The Power Behind Optimizing Thoughts
  • What’s Really Required for Deep Meaningful Change

Episode 1 – The 4 Levels to “Hack” Your Mind to Eliminate Anxiety and Overwhelm

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Welcome to the Rob Scott Show.

Our first episode addresses thinking and thought creation. Rob and Sarah dive into how “being lost in thought” doesn’t have to be your default setting in life. Rob defines the 4 different levels of consciousness, so you can learn how to not stay lost in thought. We also define what “not thinking” really means. And why meditation is often misunderstood.

Additionally, Rob will teach you a tip on how to bring yourself out of overwhelm and anxiety. It only requires a simple mental switch. We cover why having a higher quality of mind can be essential in improving all areas of your life. We also challenge the traditional associations with the word “sensual.” And show you it’s possible to experience both “being and doing” by using a little bit of mental mastery.

Episode Topics:

  • Back to Breath Meditation Challenge
  • The 4 Levels of Consciousness
  • Thoughts vs Experience
  • Redefining Meditation
  • The Power of the Present

The Power of Story

Looking at today’s news headlines, there appears to be a lot of uncertainty and anxiety in our world.

In many ways it seems like we are more divided than ever.

How did it get this way?

It relates to the concept of “story.”

Whether we are conscious of it or not, many of us are running a story called, “We are separate”.

Are you running this story?

Check out this 2 minute clip to find out…

If you want to hear the full talk click here.

Where do you find yourself running the story of, “I’m separate”.

What would happen if you started looking for the ways you are connected instead?

I think it would alter our reality and change the world we live in.

What if you looked at the person walking past you on the street and searched for commonalities instead of automatically list your differences? What would that feel like for you? What do you think it might feel like for them?

What if you sought out ways to connect with people instead of distance yourself? How would that change your life?

If we all put more of our attention on connection I think there would be less war, less political tension, more unified causes, healthier relationships, etc.

The power of changing our “story” is really the key to changing our reality.

Rob Scott – Talks at Google

I want to share something amazing with you. I recently took a cross country trip to do something I’ve never done before.

I was invited to give a “Talk at Google,” which is kind of like a Ted Talk but, you know, at Google. So, I had the chance to present “my material” to an audience of Google employees – right inside their main office.

What’s it like being right in the heart of Google? Amazing, actually. There’s video conferencing screens on virtually every wall. The vibe is incredibly cerebral, everyone deep in thought and focused on their work, obviously doing cool stuff. Food pods seem to be every 30 yards or so, and they have workout space that has to rival NFL pro teams. I was blown away.

Here’s the video to check out my talk (please jump over to Youtube, like it, and comment when you check it out):

There’s no question that Google is at the forefront of the movement for a more connected planet. They’re driving massive changes right now in how human beings interact with one another in the outside world.

So I was incredibly excited to talk with them about how we make internal change happen.

If you’ve been following my stuff at all, you know I’m a huge advocate for finding fulfillment and mastering our inner game while making external changes. Why? Because our potential for success is ultimately limited by our beliefs and our internal view of the world.

Our ability to impact and improve the world around us is hugely impacted by our control over our own mental state. The less freedom you have over the choices you make, the less good you’ll be able to do for others.

Here’s the promise I made to the people at Google:

“You all want to make a difference… This time should make a difference. So let’s open to the possibility that this talk could profoundly change you.”

Listen, I know you’re busy just like all those Googlers. So I’ll make the same promise to you…

Set your intention for change when you carve out the space to watch this. Get rid of all your distractions just for an hour or so. Bring your full awareness to this, and get ready to begin your journey toward a deeply fulfilling and productive life.

Please let me know how it goes for you in the comments. And if you want to know more about “Identity Shifting,” check out what’s going on over here:

PS – OK, I can’t not share this. I met a lot of cool people at Google, but one of the coolest had to be Chade-Meng Tan. He’s Google’s “Jolly Good Fellow” (yes, that’s his actual job title) and just got nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize! I definitely recommend you check him out. Just Google him ;)

Meng and Rob at Google

Meng and Rob at Google

6 Tips To Become Naturally Thin

Being “naturally thin” or “thinking thin” sounds like something out of another outrageous diet book or passing fad. But expert Marna Thall is tells us that you can lose weight without dieting. For more than 14 years, Marna has been studying and applying the laws and behaviors of the naturally thin to help people transform their lives and achieve the bodies they want and a life of balance and abundance.

Marna is an expert in the area developing a naturally thin life. Her story of rising from an overweight teenager in middle school to a naturally thin adult inspires thousands of people around the globe. Marna has authored several products, including “Naturally Thin Secrets” and the best selling challenge called “The 30-Day Blaster Challenge.”

Many overweight people would consider themselves “Naturally Fat,” so why can’t it be the other way around? And what sorts of behaviors and mindsets do the “Naturally Thin” use to stay that way? In the teleseminart I did with Marna she explains tons of counterintuitive tips and strategies to become naturally thin.

Here are 6 of the ‘Nuggets’ Marna has developed and techniques she uses to stay Naturally Thin (be sure to listen to the entire audio below for tons more information):

Honor your body and really check your eating habits. Eat because your body wants to eat and not eating based on emotions. Listen to your body and how your feeling. Be aware of the impact that food is having on your body.

Eating is like going to the bathroom. Going to the bathroom is purely physical, you don’t go to the bathroom when you do not need to. Same with eating, eat when you are hungry and not when you crave eating. You don’t crave going to the bathroom, you either do it naturally or you don’t.

When you are hungry, grab a piece of paper and write down what you need. Begin free writing and you will begin to address your emotions. Why are you feeling this need and what can you do to remedy this need without eating just because.

Deal with emotional things on an emotional level and deal with physical things on a physical level.

If you love going out to eat…Great! But add more to the food than just the eating. Think about what you will wear at dinner that night and how you will feel socializing with others. Bring other pieces into the picture and take the food out of focus.

Use a clock or a timer. When you are drawn to food and feeling hungry set a timer for 30 minutes. Do something you love to do for that half an hour (take a bath, read, socialize, shop). If after that 30 minute activity you still want to eat then you have now given yourself permission to do so….Don’t Say No, but take time to feel and connect with your hunger.

This interview was just tons of fun and I know you’ll get a lot out of what Marna has to say. Check it out here:


To learn more about Marna check out her website by clicking here. To get her free gift on how to beat emotional eating visit her sign up page by clicking here.

The 4 C’s Of Career Success

In this talk I interview Bud Bilanich who is known as The Common Sense Guy. He is a career success coach, motivational speaker, author and blogger. He specifically works with people in the corporate world, although his advise will literally work for anyone.

Bud’s information is powerful and straightforward. We cover “The 4 C’s of Career Success” which are Bud’s insights on achievement and being your best day in and day out.

Clarity, Commitment, Confidence and Competency have guided Bud throughout his successful journey. He is sharing them with you so they can guide you on your personal journey to the career and life success you want and deserve.

Clarity – Clarity of purpose and direction is fundamental to your career and life success. Success begins with a clear picture of how you define it, create a powerful mental image of your success.

Commitment – It’s simple. Success is all up to you, and me, and anyone else who wants it. We all have to commit to taking personal responsibility for our own success. I am the only one who can make me a success. You are the only one who can make you a success. Stuff happens, so choose to respond positively.

Confidence – If you believe in yourself and your success, you are likely find ways to make that belief come true. Surround yourself with positive people.

Competence – There are four key competencies that will help you become a career and life success: You have to be able to create positive personal impact. You have to be become an outstanding performer. You have to be a dynamic communicator – in conversation, writing and presentations. You have to build and maintain strong relationships with the people in your life.

Listen to the interview here:


To learn more about Bud and get his free Success Tweets gift, please visit his website by clicking here. You can also read Bud’s blog here.