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Lewis Howes

Lewis Howes is an American author, entrepreneur, and former professional Arena League football player. He hosts The School of Greatness, a talk show distributed as a podcast. Learn and hear the stories from various successful people around the world, become inspired, motivated and educated with the SCHOOL OF GREATNESS.

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  • As always, I’m pleasantly surprised at how great your guests are on the show! Your easy interview style is a perfect play to the “experts” you have on. I love being introduced to new gurus of thought.

  • This was by far the best content I have seen on Utube thus far! Mathew you are amazing and your humility and advice goes a long way ! With all the bs as Advice out there has been confusing and frustrating. Your content is real and raw and profound and thanks for asking Mathew all the raw questions ,brilliant !

  • I think relationships boil down to good chemistry. some people have a spark to them that is magnetic. I think that spark comes from someone that is genuinely happy on their own. It’s something that can’t be taken from them. I think relationships work if two people who are genuinely okay on their own come together and having the other person in their life just adds more to their own happiness. To keep chemistry going 10, 20, 30 or 40 years down the road I think a couple should never stop dating. Go to the movies, plan a romantic date weekly, write to each other etc…

  • I loved this the girls used to drop handkerchief story to choice the man they liked. Reminded me old Turkish movies. I think I should have been living in those days.

  • Fascinating topic Lewis! I loved how Matthew shared that there's that mystery that's needed in a long term relationship. I always challenged with people being open and honest with me and some of my friends in long term relationships say that that intrigue/mystery is so crucial! I can't believe I am saying this but as a child I dreamed about getting married/going down the aisle and sometimes its the furthest where my mind can conceive living. It could be still trying to navigate my career and working to increase my income but I feel marriage may not be suitable for everyone! I definitely believe some people are not suitable for monogamy. Thanks for sharing this!

  • This interview touches on so many valuable elements! Lewis, you are a great interviewer too! You chime in at the right time with clarifying questions and thoughts. This reminds me of one of my favourite quotes about love. It is from the book The Prophet by Khalil Gibran. "Give your hearts, but not into eachother's keeping. For only the hand of Life can contain your hearts. And stand together yet not too near together: For the pillars of the temple stand apart, And the oak tree and cypress grow not in each other's shadow." This quote speaks to the interview in keeping that spark of desire by maintaining space, creating that mystery. You two are a great team up!

  • I think u make some very good points here, however I think u feel that u r pressed to have an answer for every question. It's ok to say "I'm still bewildered by that one" or " I'm not sure but worth diving into a little further etc"
    I don't think u know really what u r saying when it came to the marriage/divorce question bright up. If you would like to know why, please don't hesitate to ask me. But definitely a question I think is very important to address this day and age. I mean after all this get the guy and get the girl, where does it end, so I think a few pointers on keeping one another and reasons why should also be addressed. Keep up your wonderful work 🌸

  • Way too many things I don't agree with on what this guy says about relationships. The second he said he was a fan of Christopher Hitchens I knew we weren't going to see love in the same way.

  • While Matthew Hussey offers some good advice here and in his videos, it's frustrating and a bit of a turn-off to hear him saying things like he "can't stand" the law of attraction, "self help" industry, and similar concepts. Sure, it's fine if he and others disagree, but I found his way of expressing his disagreement to be judgmental of others who hold a different opinion. The law of attraction has gotten a bad rap. I can speak from personal experience, that the LOA works, when used appropriately. It's not about sitting on my couch envisioning 1m bucks. It's about understanding that our thoughts create our reality and taking inspired action to achieve the vision/dream life I have for myself. It's about getting myself to a state where I feel genuinely happy with myself, which then attracts similar experiences/things I want into my reality. "Ask and It Is Given," by Abraham Hicks is one of my top three favorite books–it has been life-changing for me. I also find some of Hussey's advice to reach the point of being too prescriptive/orchestrated–i.e., say these things and do these things in xyz situation, and you'll "get the guy." Sure, I get that "be yourself" or be "heart centered" is vague, and I don't particularly like that advice, either, but there IS some truth to "be yourself." It's about finding a balance. As a woman, I don't like feeling like I need to DO ALL THE THINGS and say all the right things to meet a good partner for me. Sure, it's important to get out of my comfort zone and develop skills to improve my confidence, but I don't want to feel like I NEED TO completely change myself in the process. I want to be able to stay grounded in who I truly am and embrace that, while also embracing growth/change in the process.

  • Thank you 🙏🏽
    I really loved your show!
    I am learning so much valuable information and I feel blessed to have found your podcast… You are so real and to the point with all your questions. The quality of people you interviewed are of great value… love it 😍 🥰

  • damn he's so right about relying too much on one part of yourself, I would over rely on my looks for validation and confidence. slowly building up my character and other qualities I have

  • Lewis, I loved the part when you asked Matt “What’s the worst thing you can do in dating… being yourself?” Haha. It’s funny but there is certainly an amount of truth to it. Great interview.

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