In this episode, William Green speaks with Arnold Van Den Berg, who spent the first years of his life in hiding during the Holocaust & overcame enormous obstacles to become a renowned investor. Here, Arnold shares practical tools, techniques, & principles that helped him gain control over his mind & body so he could lift himself out of poverty & depression. His mission: to guide & empower others on their journey toward happiness, success, & prosperity.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN:
00:00 - Intro
06:09 - How this conversation fulfills Arnold Van Den Berg’s decades-old dream.
09:43 - How he began his career by collecting garbage & working in a gas station.
12:35 - How a stranger’s kindness changed him forever.
21:01 - Why Arnold grew up believing he was dumb & was going nowhere.
39:35 - What he learned from his mother’s incredible courage in Auschwitz.
52:33 - How he fell into a deep depression & rebounded from it.
1:03:27 - How self-hypnosis enabled him to change his beliefs.
1:11:45 - What resources can teach you to harness your subconscious mind.
1:19:50 - What techniques he uses to counter negative thoughts.
1:43:43 - How he nurtures his physical health.
2:07:59 - How to become happier by helping others & giving love.
2:13:20 - How to build & sustain positive habits.
2:23:15 - What gives Arnold the greatest joy.
Disclaimer: Slight discrepancies in the timestamps may occur due to podcast platform differences.
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