Why You Should Stop Setting Goals And What To Do Instead


In these personal improvement notes from Eben Pagan’s Advanced Learning and Teaching Seminar you’ll discover how to make the results you want to have in your life show up automatically without setting goals and without any “The Secret” woo-woo bullshit

Hey You, Goals

It’s Lewis a.k.a. Nerd #2.

One thing you must keep in mind when seeking improvement is that getting feedback is crucial.

Feedback is the key to doing things better.

There’s two approaches to enhancing an area of your life:

1) Keep doing the same thing which intensifies the signal. We are all guilty of doing this in some area of our life. This causes frustration which is natural because you’re often getting worse and worse results.

2) We observe what we’ve done and we modify our behavior in the future based on what we’ve done.

One thing to keep in mind: Teaching and Learning Are Connected

There’s a loop in your mind that connects them to each other and effects both of them – The teacher teaches, the learner learns. The teacher is affected and they change their behavior and teaching style as they get feedback from the learner. The learner learns and gets feedback from the teacher and changes their approach to getting results as well.

And this all fits within a unique paradigm of learning which says . . .

Level 0 Learning is that of merely having an observation . . .

Level 1 Learning is where your behavior actually changes and . . .

Level 2 Learning is where you change you which leads to many of your behaviors changing.

Think about these levels in the context of these examples…



Eben Pagan & Joe Polish On Getting Access To And Learning From Masters

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See in these personal improvement notes on Eben Pagan’s Advanced Learning and Teaching seminar the quickest way to slay the obstacles that keep you from what you want

Hey You, Phelps

It’s Lewis a.k.a. Nerd #2.

Eben Pagan believes that one of the fastest and most efficient ways to learn and evolve that is 10x better than any other method is to work directly with a master – 1 on 1 coaching with them getting direct mentoring feedback.

But first you’ve to figure out what you want to accomplish and then see if you can identify someone who’s an absolute master of that universe.

Tony Robbins is brilliant at this. His mindset matches Eben’s. He figures why take longer to get the result I want when I can seek out the person who’s the greatest at doing or teaching it and learn what they know?

I wish he still did his Power Talk interviews because this was him seeking out people who were masters and then he gave you an outstanding hour + long introduction to who they were and what they were all about.

Through these interviews was how I first found out about Jay Abraham, John Wooden, Marva Collins, and many more masters.

And then at a level above that, he sought out even more masters for his Mastery training events. One guy he brought out in particular, Pete Egoscue has changed my physical body for the better forever.

Every single one of the people have impacted my life positively and what I’ve learned from them will stick with me until I buy a ticket to the next existence. Yeah, the lessons and behavior changes I’ve encountered are THAT significant.

And these hard-hitting impressions were all made through reading and listening. I can’t fathom what results would be had had I sought them out for a 1-on-1 consult.

How Do You Seek Out Experts and Mentors?


4 Master Steps To Getting Your Audience’s Full & Excited Attention

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When you see these notes from the internet marketing expert Eben Pagan and world famous master trainer Wyatt Woodsmall’s Advanced Learning and Teaching Seminar you’ll forever have the template for the perfect opening to a presentation

Hey You,

It’s Lewis a.k.a. Nerd #2.

If there’s one universal principle that has and will always ring true till the end of time when it comes to getting a group of people to anxiously anticipate what you’re about to teach them it’s that of making a “Big Entrance”.

And no, I don’t mean coming out on stage on a Harley or having pyrotechnics exploding all over or having half-naked chicks dancing on the stage and ending their choreographed dance in a way that allows you to walk in between them like this scene from Coming To America . . .


More likely than not, you’re not gonna have all of this at your disposal.

Unless you’re a mega-celebrity, you’re gonna walk out in front of a group (or be put in front of them online via webinar or on the phone line through a teleseminar) and all you’re gonna have is a microphone and the words you plan on speaking.

And the first words in the first 3 minutes that come out of your mouth set the tone for you either crushing this presentation and having people wanting to kiss your mother and father for having blessed the planet by smushing genitals with each other and creating you . . . or wishing they could be anywhere but in your annoying, boring, and rambling presence.

Who Are You?

I believe that if you’re still with me you’re a person who’s got a gift to share with an audience who feel like kids who are lost and are looking for answers – an audience who feels like this at heart…


The Most Important Learning You Could Ever Have

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Personal improvement insights from Eben Pagan’s Advanced Learning and Teaching Seminar


Get ready to experience this level of joy

It’s Lewis a.k.a. Nerd #2.

On Monday, we talked about how the way you’ve been learning your whole life is wrong in this post here.

And today, I want to tell you about something you’ve never learned to master even though it’s the most important thing you could ever learn to master.

Most people think their head is the most important part of their body. It is important, but our heart is majorly important as well.

The ancient Egyptians used to value the heart more than the brain believing that’s where all of thoughts came from which is why when someone died, they would preserve the heart and throw the brain in the garbage. Primitive idiots, right? Nope.

As a science journalist, Daniel Goleman reported on the brain and behavioral sciences for The New York Times for many years and what he revealed was that the Egyptians were onto something.

His 1995 book, “Emotional Intelligence” was on The New York Times bestseller list for a year-and-a-half, with more than 5,000,000 copies in print worldwide in 40 languages, and has been a best seller in many countries.

The research conducted for this book found that emotional IQ was more important to your success than your mental IQ was. 

The only problem is that no one taught you about this when you were growing up and in Daniel’s books he tells you what to do, but not how to do it. Today you’ll finally see how to learn the most important skill you need but first let’s answer the question of . . . 

What Is Emotional Intelligence?


Personal Improvement Notes On Why The Way You’ve Learned Your Whole Life, Is Wrong

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What Can You Learn About Personal Improvement, Teaching and Consuming Content From The Man Who Could Teach You To Speak A New Language In 5 Days? Answer: A Metric Shit-Ton.

Hey You,

It’s Lewis a.k.a. Nerd #2.

I’ve been studying Eben Pagan’s Advanced Learning and Teaching Seminar and I came across a guy I think you should know about.

Wyatt Woodsmall, the gentleman who is co-presenting at this seminar with Eben has had the good fortune to model a man he believes to be one of the greatest educators of the 20th century.

Modeling is the process of analyzing the specific behaviors and thinking patterns of another person or system in order to duplicate their successful results.

Michel Thomas was world famous because he could teach you to speak a new language in 5 days.

He lived to be 90 years old and Wyatt and his wife published a book not too long ago chronicling how he did what he did; The Future of Learning – The Michel Thomas Method.

Have You Ever Been The Victim of “The Blind Leading The Blind”?