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Distractions

We spend hours watching, playing with, sharing, talking about, and investing our time into other people's visions, dreams, and goals, and not working on our own. Why?

The NBA Finals... love it and a juicy distraction!

Media & Political Daily Drama... heartbreaking and a juicy distraction!

A new Netflix or HBO show... yeeees, and a juicy distraction!

A hot new Wekend song... sexy and a juicy distraction!

Top Gun, Jurrasic Park... Hot and a juicy distraction!

IG, Tik Toc, Facebook... ugh, and a lot of juicy distractions!

This is a solo episode with Alex, he talks about:

All of these things can be valuable and important as well. But for so many of us, these things often pull us away from our own goals and dreams. We spend hours watching, playing with, sharing, talking about, and investing our time into other people's visions, dreams, and goals, and not working on our own.

Why?

Because we are more likely to get the positive, safe, fun, enjoyable feedback we desire that also feels safe, and we don't have to be with our fears of failure or criticism in putting our stuff out there. It is scary, vulnerable, and risky to spend hours working on our book, poetry, music, art, clothing lines, opening our bar, or other business, passions, desires, or dreams and maybe not getting the feedback we need, want or worst bombing. So we find incredible ways to distract ourselves. Capitalism loves keeping us busy, distracted, and buying from fear. When we are scared, unfulfilled, or unhappy, we spend money to make ourselves feel better.

And we can buy and spend, and have fun with all that...

But we could also be creating, and we can still consume in a supportive way. We can consume and create and have it all. But we'd have to get present to why we are avoiding our putting our stuff on the back burner for someone else first.

You can connect with Alex Terranova here:

Instagram: @InspirationalAlex

Website: www.TheDreamMason.com

Email: Alex@TheDreamMason.com

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Alex Terranova is a Performance & Success Alchemist and Author, a Breaker of Limiting Mental Beliefs, a recovering asshole, a lover of Philosophy, Personal Growth, and Mezcal. I am the docile tone behind hundreds of podcasts. Legend has it a former reality tv show villain and was dubbed "The Anti-Excuses Coach" by Yahoo Finance. Since 2015, I have coached hundreds of successful & influential individuals & businesses to thrive financially, enjoy better relationships, and achieve their stretch goals and deepest desires, all with less stress, drama, and difficulty.

As a Professional Certified Coach & the Founder of DreamMason Inc., I have uniquely combined raw, direct, and bold masculine tactics with a magnetic, playful, and spiritual feminine ease. For my clients as well as myself, I am passionate about and believe Integrity, Commitment, Vulnerability, Trust, and Faith make up the core of Authenticity, which provides access to living an exceptional life of abundance, love, & joy.

I am the author of Fictional Authenticity, the coauthor of the bestselling book Redefining Masculinity, and the forthcoming book How Dreams Are Built. I have hosted & appeared in over 400 podcasts including top-rated shows such as The University of Adversity, The Primal BluePrint, Success Unleashed, and have interviewed hundreds of the world's highest-performing, wise, and successful leaders on The DreamMason Podcast. I have been featured on NBC, FOX, Yahoo Finance, Disrupt Magazine, Thrive Global, and Elephant Journal.

I have worked with athletes, rockstars, seven figure entrepreneurs, executives, & leaders in; LinkedIn, Shutterfly, Godiva, LGYC Power, and Coldwell Banker.




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