Aaron Bare on The Rich Equation Podcast (Ep. 58)
On this episode of The Rich Equation Podcast, Ashish is joined by Aaron Bare. In this episode, Aaron talks about his book and makes us reimagine innovation. He talks about famous entrepreneurs and what exponential ideas we can learn from them. Ashish and Aaron talk about regular entrepreneurs, and how they can disrupt their industries and apply an exponential mindset mentality.
01:50 – talks about his book Exponential Theory and exponential MBA (mindset, belief, and attitude)
03:20 – Aaron talks about “Shooting for the Moon” vs “Mars Shot” mentality which is a mindset that makes us grow exponentially
06:14 – Ashish asks Aaron if regular people can apply the “Mars Shot” mentality and how can you do it
10:43 – Ashish asks Aaron to share insights with legacy companies (those that have been around for 20-30 years) on how they can apply this exponential mindset
16:48 – Aaron gives advice to those entrepreneurs experiencing a season of doubt and lacking confidence in their ideas
21:39 – Aaron talks about hyper-competition, failing forward, and growing from that
25:53 – Ashish asks Aaron what advice he has for the young entrepreneurs who has a “get-rich-quick-mindset” and still has 20 to 40 years of their career ahead of them
30:50 – Aaron talks about negative self-talk and what behaviors and habits we should impart in our lives every day to create those behaviors we want
34:49 – Why just having an MBA (Master’s degree) is not going to get you where you want to go in today’s economy
37:08 – Ashish asks Aaron about his habits and rituals that help him perform at his highest level
40:04 – Ashish asks Aaron what he is most afraid of
42:00 – Why we all need to become the best “YOU”
43:18 – Ashish talks about the difference in mindset of the phrase, “I’ll believe it when I see it” vs “I’ll see it when I believe it”
45:00 – Ashish asks Aaron what it means to live a rich life
Listen to the full episode here.
Aaron Bare is an Strategic Facilitator and a Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and #1 Amazon Bestselling Author of Exponential Theory.