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226: Professional Victims

ARE THERE PROFESSIONAL VICTIMS?

I wish I could answer no, but I can’t. Unfortunately, the truth is that there are many professional victims, and their club is growing exponentially in today’s world.

This episode explores the victim mindset that I have labelled Rearden Syndrome. The name refers to a principal character, Hank Rearden, in Ayn Rand’s 1957 novel, Atlas Shrugged. The book quickly became an entrepreneur’s manifesto, and it still is today.

Our podcast guest is Randy Gage, a mega-successful entrepreneur, multi-millionaire, international award winning speaker, and prosperity trainer and coach to people around the world who are committed to their personal and financial growth. Atlas Shrugged has been and still is a powerful inspirational book for Randy.

Here are a few of the life changing insights you’ll find in my conversation with Randy Gage:

  • The true nature of the professional victim
  • The personal and financial habits of a victim
  • How and why victims get addicted to blame
  • The shocking truth that we all teach people how to treat us.
  • Why you may let others decide what you are worth
  • The importance of value creation in the 21st century
  • Why you should face the fear of getting paid for your value rather than your time

You can listen to this episode passively or actively. By choosing the latter, you are choosing to live into a self-directed empowering narrative for a very fulfilling life.

BOOKS IN THIS PODCAST

Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand

Mad Genius by Randy Gage

Risky is the New Safe by Randy Gage

Radical Rebirth (available later this year) by Randy Gage

WHERE TO FIND RANDY

www.RandyGage.com

Randy Gage on Twitter

About the author, Louis

Louis Di Bianco is a stage, film, and TV actor. He teaches acting and improvisation to professional actors as well as business people who want more clarity, confidence, and power in their communication.

Louis will help you develop your innate storytelling skills and achieve greater influence and persuasiveness in your business and your life.

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