Here’s a snapshot of a few things we talked about…
- Introduction [00:00:00]
- Who is the Clark Kent, When it Comes to Matthew Korban? [00:01:26]
- What was He Working as When He Learned About His Health Issues? [00:09:05]
- How Not Having a Mentor Hurt Him in the Long Run? [00:11:08]
- What Was The Medical Condition He Was Diagnosed With? [00:12:56]
- How He Was Able to Mentally Coach Himself That He Could Help Other People? [00:21:40]
- What is The Difference Between a Coach and a Consultant to Him? [00:26:38]
- Does He Believe in Balance and Why Did He Not Go Back to Consulting? [00:30:33]
- One Thing He Wishes He Had Implemented Sooner to Accelerate His Journey? [00:39:14]
- Where to Find Matthew Korban [00:46:09]
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
In this episode, Casanova talks with Matthew Korban. He shares his journey, how he spent his childhood in the streets of Beirut, Lebanon, what motivated him to work harder and give his kids stability, how learning from a doctor that he only had five months left to live changed his mindset, how not having a mentor hurt him in the long run, why he started coaching others, and much more. Have a listen.
- “This was the first 13 years of my life – running, just for my life and hiding in shelters and bombs and stuff. …”
- “I knew I wanted to give my kids stability and this somehow determined what I wanted to do in life…”
- “It did not occur to me that everything isn’t money, the everything is something else. It’s the balance. It’s the father figure. It’s the man in the house. It’s the husband. This is it’s everything, plus this…”
- “At this moment I didn’t have anything to lose. He said five months, I said do the surgery, he said, if I do the surgery, you might not wake up or you might wake up and live for five days or maybe you could live, and I said, do it…”
- “Most of the time we forget to celebrate ourselves. We forget that we do so many good things, so many good things, but we put a lot of pressure on ourselves…”
- “Our childhood determines what we are today, it’s like childhood programming…”
- “My methodology that I did is I ask questions and I present probabilities based on many examples and based on many scenarios that could happen…”
- “I don’t believe in stepping out of your comfort zone, I believe in moving and dragging your comfort zone with you…”
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