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The Mindset of A Youtube Superstar – Prince EA

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Famous YouTube Star and rapper Prince EA has created a massive buzz around his conscious self help advice on Youtube, sharing knowledge and great insight into self development with his friends, fans and followers.

One of his videos has nearly reached 9 Million views and he has made it a habit to continuously create highly shared and highly viewed videos for the world.

His videos, “Can We Auto Correct Humanity?” and “Why I Think This World Should End” have amassed millions of views in just one to two months.

Prince EA has the golden touch when it comes to creativity and YouTube stardom.

Listen on as he shares his advice on developing a mindset that will help you build a huge online following like he has.

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  1. Evan

    Mar 21, 2016 at 5:30 am

    Prince EA is a fascinating individual and I look forward to his evolution and new videos 🙂

  2. Sherran Strong Bard

    Nov 28, 2014 at 10:34 am

    Prince EA has inspired me! He is a kind yet provocative speaker. He has a solid effective message. I have thought many times if we had a living prophet how would he walk, talk, look? I feel Jesus would want the prophet to be able to reach those God intends to hear the message or love, faith and hope. He, the prophet, would need to be able to relate to, reach, talk like and even dress like the ones he can help. He wouldn’t be in a three piece suit. Our modern day prophet would look like Prince EA.

    I am sure Prince EA would not feel as though he is a prophet. Prince is modest in every way, not drawing attention to himself but the subject. He would speak to the event and reach the masses. He speaks from the heart and using his own experiences. Honesty and pure raw emotion. So would we recognize a modern day prophet? Jesus can use anyone. He doesn’t have to have them standing in a pulpit. Jesus took to the streets, so did Prince. Jesus dressed the way everyone dressed.

    I am very happy to meet Prince at this time in my life. As a 64 year old “white” woman in America, a grandmother of vulnerable kids, teaching the generation that can and will change the world, good or bad, Prince has taught me so many things. I have shared and used his videos in my teaching others. I don’t have to personally invent the words they need to hear, I can use Prince to expose them to what they can hear. He can speak to them what I can’t!

    The future is ours to behold. I am eager to see how Prince and his words mold the changes, even in me.

    • mary murillo

      Nov 29, 2014 at 5:42 am

      I, too, am a white woman of 65, and am so impressed with Prince EA. I never cared for rap music, but started getting linked to Prince EA’s messages, here on Facebook. This world needs his wise messages. He is amazing.

  3. Tor Refsland

    Nov 27, 2014 at 9:04 am

    Hi Joel,

    great interview Prince EA.

    I really like what you guys are talking about. In order to stand out from the crowd, focusing on quality and consistency is key. And last, but not least, being yourself and lead with your heart.

    People nowadays are almost immune to the traditional push marketing. They are fed up by being force-fed ads, and they are sick of being terrorized by companies` having screaming contest with their megaphones yelling “buy from me, buy from me!” Peoples bullshit radar has been highly developed through the last years, and if you aren`t being yourself, you will be spotted right away.

    Focusing on bringing great free value to other people, without expecting anything in return. That is true content marketing 101.

    Tor Refsland

  4. Tyler Washington

    Nov 26, 2014 at 3:27 pm

    Prince EA, you are very inspiring and I love every single video you made. Also I would love to add that

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How To Relentlessly Live In Your Potential – Ben Kelly

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Millionaire Entrepreneur, Speaker, Trainer and Investor Ben Kelly shares his principles with you for Rapid Transformation.

Ben Kelly was a financially crippled bricklayer with large debt along with a debilitating mindset and low self worth as he struggled for purpose with a feeling of very little hope of a better life.

However, Ben managed to turn that around in 2 short years through a strong desire to learn, grow and apply all that he learned in facing his fears and identity attachments that held him back.

Ben leads a movement of thousands around the world, speaking to large groups throughout Australia, the US, the UK and Asia sharing the lessons he has learned and the process that helped him to go from a depressed bricklayer unable to voice himself to being able to confidently speak to thousands on how life can change in a moment with a strong growth mindset and a willingness to leave behind what is not in service to your greater self.

His successful network marketing business has allowed him, along with his sister Peta to retire their single mother of four “Christine” and alleviate all of her financial burden. Ben loves travelling the world to lead people to their own empowerment, growth and expansion so they can step into greater expressed versions of themselves.

 

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6 Ways to Expand Your Consciousness for More Success – Garrain Jones

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Garrain Jones is a powerful transformational leader and speaker who has broken through barriers most would see as impossible.

Every industry he has stepped into he has achieved a high level of success and he continues to expand his network into the millions and networth into the multiple millions because he continues to challenge the way he looks at his potential and his life. He loves teaching others how they can do this too.

In this podcast episode Garrain shares 6 interesting ways to expand your consciousness so you can achieve more success. He also shares a powerful exercise to create clarity and power in your life, this episode is not to be missed.

 

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Garrain Jones is the author of “Change Your Mindset, Change Your Life” and is a leader who believes that you can create whatever you believe and that you put your heart and soul into.
 

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How to Share Your Vision and Ideas With The Super Wealthy – Kevin Harrington

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Kevin Harrington is an American entrepreneur and business executive. Harrington is the founder of “As Seen On TV”. Kevin has appeared on the television series Shark Tank and has launched over 500 products resulting in more than $5 Billion in sales worldwide.

 

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5 Habits Of Radically Authentic Leaders – Malaine Lea

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New Jersey’s very own Women’s Lifestyle Architect and 6 Figure Transformational coach “Malaine Lea” shares the habits of Radically Authentic, Highly Impactful and Incredibly Intentional Leaders.

As a Lifestyle Architect Malaine Lea loves supporting you in redefining and designing who you really are from the inside out.

 

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Many of you are running around like mad trying to manage your time. You’re reading productivity hacks, taking cold showers and waking up at 5 am.

You’re doing all of this because you want more time to do what you love.

Let me hit you in the face with one technique that has allowed me to win back time, so I can do what I love.

Stop replying to everyone…

You get emails asking you to do stuff.
You get asked to do an intro.
You get asked to speak at an event for free about your area of expertise.

Here’s the problem:
YOU KEEP RESPONDING TO EVERY REQUEST OF YOUR TIME.


What’s the answer?

The answer is really simple like everything I write. Are you ready?
Stop replying to everyone.

I learned this technique the hard way. When I was looking to interview entrepreneurs in 2014 about their story and share it in the form of a blog post, I didn’t get many replies.

I’d email very successful people who have achieved the impossible and get nothing.

Radio silence.
Donuts.


Why don’t your idols respond to requests for their time?

There’s many reasons.

  1. They have too many requests and could never humanly answer every single one.
  2. They have limited time and can’t fit everybody into their schedule.

The second reason is the most important. Your idols don’t respond because that’s their way of saying no.


No response is the best response.

By responding to every request of your time, you go down the rabbit hole of endless back and forth conversations.

Let me illustrate this point with a short story.

A US startup approached me on LinkedIn and asked me to advise them on their social media strategy. They offered me equity in return for my expertise.

The product was not something that aligned with who I am, and I was heading off to Europe on holidays and had no time to draft a proper reply.

I sent no response to their request.
They messaged me a second time.
I sent no response to their request.

Then, I got sucked into responding. I felt my moral compass telling me to reply and tell them no. On top of that, the startup had a very well known person in the social media industry join them. FOMO kicked in.

I replied and that’s where everything went wrong.

Once I replied to the request I got daily reminders and emails with pitch decks trying to convince me why they were the one startup who could beat Instagram. The claims of how much traction they had got more and more ridiculous.

“Eventually, a simple request of my time turned into a daily debate”

They wouldn’t leave me alone. I began to regret my stupidity for responding in the first place.

If a request of your time doesn’t resonate with you, and you don’t feel like saying “Fuck Yes” when presented with an opportunity, say NO.

Don’t be tempted by a request of your time. 
Say no.


Not replying is what works.

People generally give up after one email or direct message asking for your time. I’ve tested this theory a lot and it has almost always turned out to be true.

As soon as you reply, you become like a lawyer in the High Court trying to defend someone who is accused of murder. Your time is yours. You only get one life.

“You don’t need to justify yourself, your time, or your goals to anybody”

YOU HEAR ME? NOBODY!

The way you win back time and make room for what’s important to you is to fight the temptation to reply to every request that comes your way.

Quit giving away your time like free balloons at a car expo.


You end up making up lies.

The problem with replying to every request of your time is you can end up making up lies to get out of doing something. Or you may end up exaggerating or putting forward excuses that aren’t entirely true.

This causes even more problems for you because if the requester knows people within your network, they may find out you’re not being honest.

Why construct a grand plan that takes more of your time to respond to a request?

It’s easier to say nothing at all.


Silence says it all.

Smart people who ask you for stuff will know that after a week, if you haven’t responded, you’re probably not interested.

Silence is the best response. After all, if someone really wants you to do something they’ll chase you, they’ll follow you up and they may get a mutual connection to intro them to you.

Many pitches and requests are poorly written or incredibly selfish.

Fight back with silence. Don’t reply. Stop replying.


You’re not missing anything.

The temptation to respond can also be caused by the fear that you’re missing out.

Maybe someone is contacting you to fund your idea.
Maybe something you wrote is going to be published in the New York Times.
Maybe the request will lead you to direct a Hollywood Movie.

All of these false ideas are what’s causing you to respond to everybody.You’re worried you could miss the jackpot or your lucky break.

The harsh truth is that these opportunities are earned through hard work.Genuine opportunities that will excite you are clearly articulated and your gut feeling will guide you better than you think.

You’re not going to miss out on winning an Oscar for a movie you made because you didn’t reply to an email”


Not replying isn’t rude.

We feel we must reply to every request of our time. We have a fear that we will be accused of being rude.

This belief is false also. There’s nothing rude about not replying. We all get lots of emails and messages online and we can’t answer them all. People will understand when you don’t reply. If they don’t understand then that’s a problem with them, not you.

Don’t feel you have to reply out of politeness.

<<<>>>

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Tim is best known as a long-time contributor on Addicted2Success. Tim's content has been shared millions of times and he has written multiple viral posts all around personal development and entrepreneurship. You can connect with Tim through his website www.timdenning.net

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  1. Evan

    Mar 21, 2016 at 5:30 am

    Prince EA is a fascinating individual and I look forward to his evolution and new videos 🙂

  2. Sherran Strong Bard

    Nov 28, 2014 at 10:34 am

    Prince EA has inspired me! He is a kind yet provocative speaker. He has a solid effective message. I have thought many times if we had a living prophet how would he walk, talk, look? I feel Jesus would want the prophet to be able to reach those God intends to hear the message or love, faith and hope. He, the prophet, would need to be able to relate to, reach, talk like and even dress like the ones he can help. He wouldn’t be in a three piece suit. Our modern day prophet would look like Prince EA.

    I am sure Prince EA would not feel as though he is a prophet. Prince is modest in every way, not drawing attention to himself but the subject. He would speak to the event and reach the masses. He speaks from the heart and using his own experiences. Honesty and pure raw emotion. So would we recognize a modern day prophet? Jesus can use anyone. He doesn’t have to have them standing in a pulpit. Jesus took to the streets, so did Prince. Jesus dressed the way everyone dressed.

    I am very happy to meet Prince at this time in my life. As a 64 year old “white” woman in America, a grandmother of vulnerable kids, teaching the generation that can and will change the world, good or bad, Prince has taught me so many things. I have shared and used his videos in my teaching others. I don’t have to personally invent the words they need to hear, I can use Prince to expose them to what they can hear. He can speak to them what I can’t!

    The future is ours to behold. I am eager to see how Prince and his words mold the changes, even in me.

    • mary murillo

      Nov 29, 2014 at 5:42 am

      I, too, am a white woman of 65, and am so impressed with Prince EA. I never cared for rap music, but started getting linked to Prince EA’s messages, here on Facebook. This world needs his wise messages. He is amazing.

  3. Tor Refsland

    Nov 27, 2014 at 9:04 am

    Hi Joel,

    great interview Prince EA.

    I really like what you guys are talking about. In order to stand out from the crowd, focusing on quality and consistency is key. And last, but not least, being yourself and lead with your heart.

    People nowadays are almost immune to the traditional push marketing. They are fed up by being force-fed ads, and they are sick of being terrorized by companies` having screaming contest with their megaphones yelling “buy from me, buy from me!” Peoples bullshit radar has been highly developed through the last years, and if you aren`t being yourself, you will be spotted right away.

    Focusing on bringing great free value to other people, without expecting anything in return. That is true content marketing 101.

    Tor Refsland

  4. Tyler Washington

    Nov 26, 2014 at 3:27 pm

    Prince EA, you are very inspiring and I love every single video you made. Also I would love to add that

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How To Relentlessly Live In Your Potential – Ben Kelly

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Ben Kelly

Millionaire Entrepreneur, Speaker, Trainer and Investor Ben Kelly shares his principles with you for Rapid Transformation.

Ben Kelly was a financially crippled bricklayer with large debt along with a debilitating mindset and low self worth as he struggled for purpose with a feeling of very little hope of a better life.

However, Ben managed to turn that around in 2 short years through a strong desire to learn, grow and apply all that he learned in facing his fears and identity attachments that held him back.

Ben leads a movement of thousands around the world, speaking to large groups throughout Australia, the US, the UK and Asia sharing the lessons he has learned and the process that helped him to go from a depressed bricklayer unable to voice himself to being able to confidently speak to thousands on how life can change in a moment with a strong growth mindset and a willingness to leave behind what is not in service to your greater self.

His successful network marketing business has allowed him, along with his sister Peta to retire their single mother of four “Christine” and alleviate all of her financial burden. Ben loves travelling the world to lead people to their own empowerment, growth and expansion so they can step into greater expressed versions of themselves.

 

Click Play below to listen to the podcast episode with Ben Kelly.


 

 

 

Ben Kelly Quote
 

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6 Ways to Expand Your Consciousness for More Success – Garrain Jones

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Garrain Jones is a powerful transformational leader and speaker who has broken through barriers most would see as impossible.

Every industry he has stepped into he has achieved a high level of success and he continues to expand his network into the millions and networth into the multiple millions because he continues to challenge the way he looks at his potential and his life. He loves teaching others how they can do this too.

In this podcast episode Garrain shares 6 interesting ways to expand your consciousness so you can achieve more success. He also shares a powerful exercise to create clarity and power in your life, this episode is not to be missed.

 

Click Play below to listen to the podcast episode with Garrain Jones.

 

 

 

 

Garrain Jones is the author of “Change Your Mindset, Change Your Life” and is a leader who believes that you can create whatever you believe and that you put your heart and soul into.
 

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How to Share Your Vision and Ideas With The Super Wealthy – Kevin Harrington

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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Kevin-Harrington

Kevin Harrington is an American entrepreneur and business executive. Harrington is the founder of “As Seen On TV”. Kevin has appeared on the television series Shark Tank and has launched over 500 products resulting in more than $5 Billion in sales worldwide.

 

Listen to this Addicted2Success episode to find out how you can share your vision in the most effective way

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5 Habits Of Radically Authentic Leaders – Malaine Lea

Joel Brown (Founder of Addicted2Success.com)

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New Jersey’s very own Women’s Lifestyle Architect and 6 Figure Transformational coach “Malaine Lea” shares the habits of Radically Authentic, Highly Impactful and Incredibly Intentional Leaders.

As a Lifestyle Architect Malaine Lea loves supporting you in redefining and designing who you really are from the inside out.

 

Click Play below to listen to the podcast episode with Malaine Lea.

 

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