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  • Writer's pictureDhiren P. Harchandani

1-2-3 Inner Game

Updated: 7 days ago

Today's Highlights:

  • 1-2-3 Inner-Game

  • My highlight of the week

  • 7 brutal lessons

  • Management vs Leadership

  • A poem every father should read

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Launching my book last week, I felt like the luckiest person in the world.

I am surrounded by amazing people, both near and far, who have gone above and beyond for me. 

From rescheduling flights and arranging a babysitter to staying up late and waking up early to join us virtually, the support has been incredible!

The experience of bringing a book to life has been one of the most rewarding moments of my life.

I am deeply grateful for all the support, messages, voice notes, and feedback I have received. 

Thank you all for being part of this journey.

I'm wishing you a fantastic week ahead! 


Here are some Inner Game perspectives to consider this week: 

1 question from me…

What is it that you succeeded in that people want?

2 quotes from me...


"Nothing has ever been achieved without enthusiasm, bring it!"


Change has never been this fast, and it will never be this slow again.

3 insights from me... 


If you want to be happy, you have to be present, to be present, you must be honest at all times.


I can get myself in a state to solve any problem after I have meditated and exercised. 


You don’t want the thing you want the feeling the thing will give you.


My highlight of the week - My Book launch

I am excited to share the photos of the event here.

You may also watch the event video in case you missed it. 

Lastly, here's a fun reel of the event.


Take my word for it, that's me!

When I was younger, I battled to get sober, started multiple 7-figure companies, got burned out, and hit the lowest point of my life.

Here are 7 brutal lessons I wish I had known sooner:

1. Meditate

Meditation helps in many areas of life. It keeps your mind calm and improves your clarity of thought. I meditate daily for an hour; it is one of my non-negotiables.

2. Say 'No' more!

Saying 'yes' too often leads to commitments you can't handle and results in average work. Pick selected tasks and put your 100% into them.

3. Health is wealth

This cliché is the ultimate truth. Everything falls apart if your health is compromised. Take care of your health. It's the best tool for achieving success.

4. Discover your 'Why'

Understand the 'WHY' behind everything you do in life and business. A real purpose is essential for long-term success. Without a solid 'WHY,' you will give up at the first inconvenience.

5. Beat your bad habits

Identify your triggers and change your response. Understand which situations trigger your bad habits like drinking or smoking and how you respond to them. Then break the habit by responding differently.

6. Relationships >>> money

Don't chase short-term monetary gains. Real wealth lies in the relationships you build over the years. The network I've built is one of the reasons I am where I am today.

7. Embrace consistency over intensity

Intensity for long periods will lead to burnout, as it did for me. Intensity isn't sustainable. You might have it today but not tomorrow. Consistency, however, lasts forever.


Management vs Leadership  

This symbolizes the precise and directive nature of management.

While the lighthouse surrounded by sailboats, captures the essence of leadership: guidance, vision, and inspiration.

The true art lies in mastering and balancing these roles to achieve extraordinary results.


Some of the things I read and listened to this week:


I'm rooting for you to have even more success.



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