Name Product: Brian Johnson – 180 Philosophers Notes
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– Are you ever ashamed you’re not reading and growing as much as your overachieving co-worker, or your know-it-all best friend? later that you’re still slacking?
– Do you ever wonder how much faster you’d be growing in your career… if only you had more time and a more efficient way to absorb information?
– When a friend or an article informs you about this brilliant must-have new book, do you ever make a mental note to read it… only to realize 1 year later that you never got round to it?
– Is there an ever-growing stack of books on your bedside table that you just can’t find the time to read?
Is your bookshelf a minefield of guilt and regret?
Have you ever noticed that many of the most successful people in your life have one thing in common?
From your entrepreneur friend. To your rockstar co-worker. To your rich uncle. To your role model, whether it’s a visionary like Steve Jobs or a life hacker like Tim Ferriss… all these people have a tendency for growing really, really fast.
See, average Joes spend years stuck in the same rut. But people who grow fast are always thinking bigger. They’re the ones experimenting with bold new strategies at work. They’re the ones trying out exotic new hobbies. They’re the ones challenging the status quo, and shaking up old practices in their professions and communities.
Why? Because most successful people dive headfirst into the river of information and big ideas that push them forward…
…by wolfing down the books, learning materials and wisdom that keeps them ahead of the hungry pack.
And as you’re about to see… we’ve found a way to quickly and easily upgrade your life with the power of these books – minus the paper cuts… yellow highlighter-stained fingers… and coffee-fueled sleepless nights suffered by other less fortunate wisdom seekers.
So, young grasshopper: are you ready to hack the ‘rules’ of learning – and absorb the contents of dozens, even hundreds of books… in the same time it normally takes to read just one?
How selling all his businesses and moving to Bali gave Brian Johnson the freshest idea that’s ever happened to books… since books.
<em>Brian Johnson is a law school dropout turned serial Founder & CEO of multiple multi-million dollar companies committed to elevating the planet. His portfolio includes personal growth company en*theos, meditation technology outfit Blissitations, and the transformational social networking movement Zaadz.</em>Brian Johnson is a law school dropout turned serial Founder & CEO of multiple multi-million dollar companies committed to elevating the planet. His portfolio includes personal growth company en*theos, meditation technology outfit Blissitations, and the transformational social networking movement Zaadz.
Meet Brian Johnson. Brian is a prolific entrepreneur and philosopher with a knack for founding multi-million dollar web businesses.
But a few years back, Brian got tired of the weather. So he sold his businesses for millions, and moved halfway across the world… into the warm, tropical embrace of Bali.
This was a man with more than enough money and plenty spare time. So in between climbing coconut trees and running on the beach, he spent the next few years devouring all the books he’d been meaning to read for years.
And so Brian lost himself in the words of transformational leaders like Eckhart Tolle. Stephen Covey. Martin Seligman. Joel Fuhrman. Tony Robbins. And hundreds more.
Only after giving up his life and moving to Bali did Brian finally have the time to read all the books he’d been putting off for years…
And thanks to what he did next, you won’t ever need to do anything as drastic.
Because for each book he read, Brian scribbled down detailed notes from the big ideas he had learned, so he could pull them up whenever necessary.
And when he began sharing these notes with his time-strapped friends, he realized how useful they could be to people who are way too busy to read one book a week – let alone a dozen.
So as the demand for his notes grew, and tales of Brian’s exploits reached our ears, we knew this had to get out to the world in a big way. And that’s how Philosophers Notes came to be.
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