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UFC rankings update: Anthony Smith gains ground at light heavyweight – BJPENN.COM

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The official UFC rankings have been updated after last Saturdays UFC Vegas 15 card, and there have been a handful of interesting changes.

While the card lost its originally scheduled Curtis Blaydes vs. Derrick Lewis fight at the last minute, it still featured one ranked fighter as top-15 light heavyweight contender Anthony Smith submitted Devin Clark in the short-notice main event.

That win was enough to move Smith ahead of his former victim Volkan Oezdemir in the light heavyweight rankings. Smith and Oezdemir were previously tied at No. 6, but after UFC Vegas 15, Smith stayed put at six, while Oezdemir dropped down to No. 7.

See the updated UFC rankings below (via MMA Mania):

Note: +/- = movement in rankings *NR = Not previously ranked (T) = Tie


1. Khabib Nurmagomedov 2. Jon Jones 3. Israel Adesanya 4. Stipe Miocic 5. Kamaru Usman 6. Alexander Volkanovski 7. Dustin Poirier 8. Max Holloway 9. Petr Yan 10. Justin Gaethje 11. Deiveson Figueiredo 12. Conor McGregor 13. Robert Whittaker 14. Tony Ferguson 15. Francis Ngannou


Champion: Deiveson Figueiredo

1. Brandon Moreno 2. Joseph Benavidez 3. Askar Askarov 4. Alex Perez 5. Alexandre Pantoja 6. Brandon Royval 7. (T) Kai Kara France 7. (T) Rogerio Bontorin +1 9. Matt Schnell 10. Raulian Paiva 11. David Dvorak 12. Tim Elliott 13. Tyson Nam +1 14. Jordan Espinosa -1 15. Amir Albazi


Champion: Petr Yan

1. Aljamain Sterling 2. Cory Sandhagen 3. Marlon Moraes 4. Cody Garbrandt 5. Frankie Edgar 6. Pedro Munhoz 7. Jose Aldo 8. Jimmie Rivera 9. Raphael Assuncao 10. Dominick Cruz 11. Rob Font 12. Merab Dvalishvili 13. Cody Stamann 14. Song Yadong 15. Marlon Vera



1. Max Holloway 2. Brian Ortega 3. Zabit Magomedsharipov 4. Yair Rodriguez 5. Chan Sung Jung 6. Calvin Kattar 7. Josh Emmett 8. (T) Jeremy Stephens 8. (T) Arnold Allen 10. Sodiq Yusuff 11. Dan Ige 12. Shane Burgos 13. Ryan Hall 14. Bryce Mitchell 15. Edson Barboza



1. Justin Gaethje 2. Dustin Poirier 3. Tony Ferguson 4. Conor McGregor 5. Dan Hooker 6. Rafael dos Anjos 7. Charles Oliveira -1 8. Paul Felder 9. Diego Ferreira 10. Al Iaquinta 11. Kevin Lee 12. Beneil Dariush 13. Islam Makhachev 14. Gregor Gillespie 15. Drew Dober



1. Colby Covington 2. Gilbert Burns 3. Leon Edwards 4. Jorge Masvidal 5. Stephen Thompson 6. Tyron Woodley 7. Demian Maia 8. Michael Chiesa 9. Neil Magny 10. Vicente Luque 11. Geoff Neal 12. Anthony Pettis 13. Belal Muhammed 14. Robbie Lawler 15. Khamzat Chimaev



1. Robert Whittaker 2. Paulo Costa 3. Jared Cannonier 4. Jack Hermansson 5. Yoel Romero 6. Darren Till 7. Derek Brunson 8. Kelvin Gastelum 9. Uriah Hall 10. Chris Weidman 11. Edmen Shahbazyan 12. Omari Akhmedov 13. Marvin Vettori 14. Brad Tavares 15. Ian Heinisch


Champion: Jan Blachowicz

1. Glover Teixeira 2. Thiago Santos 3. Dominick Reyes 4. Aleksandar Rakic 5. Jiri Prochazka 6. Anthony Smith 7. Volkan Oezdemir -1 8. Nikita Krylov 9. Johnny Walker 10. Misha Cirkunov 11. Magomed Ankalaev 12. Ryan Spann 13. Jim Crute 14. Paul Craig 15. Ovince Saint Preux



1. Francis Ngannou 2. Curtis Blaydes 3. Jairzinho Rozenstruik 4. Derrick Lewis 5. Alistair Overeem 6. Alexander Volkov 7. Junior dos Santos 8. Shamil Abdurakhimov 9. Augusto Sakai 10. Aleksei Oleinik 11. Walt Harris 12. Sergei Pavlovich 13. Blagoy Ivanov 14. Ciryl Gane 15. Andrei Arlovski


1. Amanda Nunes 2. Valentina Shevchenko 3. Weili Zhang 4. Rose Namajunas 5. Jessica Andrade 6. Joanna Jedrzejczyk 7. Germaine De Randamie 8. Holly Holm 9. Aspen Ladd 10. Katlyn Chookagian 11. Nina Ansaroff 12. Cynthia Calvillo 13. Yan Xiaonan 14. Claudia Gadelha 15. Julianna Pena



1. Rose Namajunas 2. Joanna Jedrzejczyk 3. Yan Xiaonan 4. Carla Esparza 5. Nina Ansaroff 6. Claudia Gadelha 7. Michelle Waterson 8. Marina Rodriguez 9. (T) Tecia Torres 9. (T) Amanda Ribas 11. Mackenzie Dern 12. Angela Hill 13. Virna Jandiroba 14. Felice Herrig 15. Livinha Souza



1. Jessica Andrade 2. Katlyn Chookagian 3. Lauren Murphy 4. Cynthia Calvillo 5. Jennifer Maia 6. Jessica Eye 7. Joanne Calderwood 8. Roxanne Modafferi 9. Viviane Araujo 10. Maycee Barber 11. Andrea Lee 12. Gillian Robertson 13. Alexis Davis 14. Antonina Shevchenko 15. Montana De La Rosa



1. Germaine de Randamie 2. Holly Holm 3. Aspen Ladd 4. Raquel Pennington 5. Irene Aldana 6. Julianna Pena 7. Ketlen Vieira 8. Yana Kunitskaya 9. Sara McMann 10. Marion Reneau 11. Lina Lansberg 12. Macy Chiasson 13. Sijara Eubanks 14. Pannie Kianzad 15. Julia Avila

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Luis Pena expects to meet Khama Worthy in the middle and see who drops first at UFC on ESPN 12 – MMA Fighting

Posted: June 30, 2020 at 1:44 am

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Luis Pena looks at his upcoming fight with Khama Worthy in a similar light as the rest of the MMA community.

The lightweight bout takes place this Saturday at UFC on ESPN 12, which emanates from the UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

Violent Bob Ross has won three of his last four, most recently picking up a dominant unanimous decision win over Steve Garcia at UFC Norfolk in February.

Worthy garnered a lot of hype after a first-round knockout win over highly touted prospect Devonte Smith at UFC 241 this past August in, arguably, the biggest upset of 2019. Admittedly, when Worthys name was presented, Pena wasnt all that surprisedit just wasnt the type of matchup he expected at this point in his career.

Khamas definitely someone thats been on my radar since he knocked out Devonte Smith, Pena told MMA Fighting while appearing on What the Heck. Devonte was on my radar, so when he took out Devonte, I looked at it as, All right, theres another guy in the mix that could be there.

So it wasnt something I was super surprised with. But I told my managers I was looking for someoneIm not gonna say biggerbut more tenured in the UFC. This is my seventh walk to the octagon, this will only be his second. Not taking anything away from him like that, but I was hoping for someone around my same experience level in the UFC.

Pena has always had a calming presence about him, but since being able to meet his biological father and brother over the last couple of years, he feels at ease in his fighting career.

The soon-to-be 27-year-old wasnt overly thrilled with his most recent performance over Garcia, despite being so dominant from beginning to end. With this matchup on Saturday with a wily veteran, Pena feels this can be the type of matchup that fans can completely buy into.

I really like the matchup and I really like how our skill sets align, Pena said. I think this is a good matchup, not just for me, but the fans. We can go out there and put on the show everyone expects from us.

When, also, appearing on What the Heck, Worthy was asked to give his thoughts on the matchmaking by the promotion and compared it to the UFC on ESPN 10 fight between Andre Fili and Charles Jourdain.

After watching that exciting, back-and-forth showdown at 145 pounds, two guys that are about to fight each otherover 1,000 miles apartbegan to share the same thoughts.

Its funny he brought that fight up because watching it, I got the same feeling, Pena said. I have a feeling were gonna go in there and let it all hang out. Its gonna be very technical, very violent, and theres probably not gonna be a lot of ground work. Were gonna meet in the middle and see who drops first, I think.

Heading into his second fight as a member of American Top Team, Pena is elated to show how much he has learned sharing the mats with the likes of Mike Brown, Jorge Masvidal and Dustin Poirier, the latter of which will headline Saturdays card against Dan Hooker in a pivotal 155-pound matchup.

With the wisdom and knowledge he has picked up over the last six-plus months, Pena is ready to paint his next portrait.

I wanna say third-round TKO, but I can see us going to a decision, Pena stated when asked how he sees the fight playing out. Khamas very tough and its gonna be hard to get him out of there. Hes fighting for a lot just as much as I am.

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(Is He a Scam?) An Interview with Dan Pena "The $50 …

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Every day it seems like there are new influencers and gurus popping up out of nowhere.

Most of them promise the same things

Freedom, money, power, love, influence.

A one-way ticket to the good life.

Some of them are able to deliver on their promises and authentically share invaluable insights and lessons that help average people achieve above-average results.

But many of them, in fact, I would argue mostof them, make vacuous promises that they cannot keep. They exaggerate their success and lifestyles to trick people out of their hard-earned money.

So where does Dan Pena, one of the newest gurus on the block, fall on this spectrum?

Keep reading to find out if he really does help men grow stronger.

*Note: I am not affiliated with Dan Pea in any way and receive no financial compensation for this content. What follows is my honest opinion after interviewing and researching him further.

Dan Peais a motivational speaker, entrepreneur, and business consultant who began his business journey from the bottom.

As a young man, he founded the company Great Western Resources and turned a $1,000 investment into more than $430,000,000, taking his company public in 1984, and acting as the Chairman and CEO until the early 90s when he was kicked out of the company.

However, in the aftermath of his departure, Dan successfully sued GWR for a sum of nearly $4,000,000 and used those funds as seed capital for his ensuing business ventures.

Dan has started, sold, and consulted businesses in dozens of different industries from coal, oil, and natural gas to publishing to his most recent endeavor, seminars and business training.

Today, Dan Pena acts as the founder of the Quantum Leap Advantage and runs high-ticket seminars at his castle in Scotland where he teaches aspiring entrepreneurs how to create a successful business and achieve financial freedom.

Dan has written multiple books, appeared on stages all across the world, and was even interviewed on the Joe Rogan Podcast.

One of the most common points brought up by Dans opponents (people who believe hes a scammer or con artist) is that there are no records of Dans alleged successes anywhere on the internet.

At first, I was inclined to agree. Despite numerous hours spent browsing Google, Reddit, and Quora, I was unable to find any concrete evidence that Dan had actually achieved the things he claims to have achieved.

However, upon further consideration, this actually makes sense.

Most of Dan Penas personal successes were achieved in a pre-internet era and there are indeed old newspaper snippings and interviews that confirm him as the Founder and CEO of GWR and many other companies.

Furthermore, its worth noting that, unlike a Ferrari or Lamborghini which can easily be rented by anyone with $1,500 and a valid drivers license, Dan Penas extravagant lifestyle and abundant wealth are all but impossible to fake.

Dan Penas castle, private jets, and a fleet of luxury vehicles all serve as a testament to his credibility and the fact that hes been featured on The Joe Rogan Experience, The Cardone Zone, and countless other big-name media outlets suggests that he is, for all intents and purposes, a legitimate businessman.

Furthermore, after speaking with several of Dans most successful Quantum Leap Advantage graduates (a one-week event that costs more than $25,000), Ive noticed that none of his students seem to harbor any ill will towards their mentor. I have yet to find a graduate who claims that Dan Pena is fraudulent or that the information taught at his seminar is anything legitimate.

But what about his claim to be the $50 Billion Man? Is Dan Penas net worth reallyso extreme?

First, its important to note that Dan has never claimed to have apersonalnet worth of $50 billion. Rather, his claim is that he has generated $50 billion in total market value through his mentees, consulting clients, and equity deals.

Unfortunately for Mr. Pena, there is no way to verify this number and it seems (after listening to his other interviews) that the title is nothing more than a marketing ploy designed to attract attention and establish credibility.

And Ill be the first to say it, he needs to cut the b.s. and provide proof of his claims. This marketing tactic does nothing but denigrates his actualachievements and credibility and, at this point, hes already established himself as an industry leader and has no need to rely on such immature shock and awe marketing.

After completing my research and concluding thatdespite his hyperbolic claims and irreverent styleDan Pena is the real deal, I sent his publicist an email and asked if he would be willing to be interviewed on the Knowledge for Men podcast. He kindly agreed and I was pleasantly surprised by the value of his interview and his no-nonsense style.

Here are just a few of the most important lessons I learned from my interview with Dan Pena.

1. Stop Thinking and DO

One of the most powerful lessons that Dan shared during our interview was also one of the simplest.

Most people spend too much time thinking and second-guessing and not enough time doing.

We live in an age of abundant information. With the click of a button, one can download the ideas and thoughts of millions of individuals straight to their computer. Any issue you face can be solved by a quick Google search, and any history test can be aced with a glance at Wikipedia.

However, this information has come at a cost.

Now more than ever, individuals are in states of permanent planning, the gung-ho, ready, fire, aim mentality of past generations has vanished, replaced instead by an attitude of sparse action taken only after extensive research. We constantly search for the perfect solution, refusing to take action until we arecertainthat we are following the right course of action.

But the simple truth is that you willneverhave all of the information. There is no perfect solution and true certainty is the domain of the foolish and narcissistic.

To achieve success, we must realize that experience is the best teacher of all, we must feel the fear of failure and take action anyways. No more sitting and waiting to have all the information, to have the perfect plan laid out.

Identify your goal and take action now. Start small. Fail forward fast. And commit to constant growth and evolution as you learn and adapt to new challenges.

The future belongs to the action takers. Be one of them.

2. Your Friends Determine Your Future

Show me your friends and I will show you your future. The words of John Kubleur ring true now more than ever, you cannot be a high achiever while associating with low performers. It is key that you seek out high-quality relationships to fill your life with people who will push you, convict you, and challenge you to rise above mediocrity.

If you cannot find people in your area, then, as Charlie Munger put it, make friends with the eminent dead. Read classic works, fill your brain with the words of the wisest individuals past and present, because who you associate with will be the key to your future.

There is no force on planet earth that will impact your life as much as the people you choose to associate with.

If you spend time with high-quality people who are on their own mission and pursuing their own ambitions, you will be encouraged to do the same.

If you spend time with low-quality people who waste their days glued to a screen, watching an endless stream of porn, and numbing their lives with drugs and alcohol, they will pull you down to their levellike crabs in a bucketand keep you there as long as they can.

3. Schooling and Money Arent Essential For Success

The lack of a college degree is no excuse for poor performance. Some of the greatest businessmen and talents of our time deferred college in favor of pursuing their goals. You must realize that the keys to success are never external, but internal.

You can have every damn degree and accolade in the world, but without passion, without fire for what you are doing, you will never be a success. It is far better to be a high-school dropout willing to work 20 hour days to accomplish his dreams, than a Harvard graduate dreading every task before him.

This is not to say that you shouldnt go to college, rather that you must stop relying on your degrees and higher education to help you achieve the success you desire.

You have inside of you everything you need to succeed.

You have the hunger, ambition, and resourcefulness required to bridge the gap between where you are today and where you want to be. But its up to you to use them.

4. Mentors Are the Most Essential Part of Achieving Success

Mentors are the force multiplier on your path to success, they can direct you to where you want to go, and help you avoid the missteps that are so commonly made. When searching for a mentor, you must realize that it is their time, not their money that is the most valuable asset they have to offer.

You must also realize that you bring very little to the table for high caliber mentors that they do not already have, so you must make up for this lack of financial and business resources with a burning passion to succeed.

Something most people fail to realize is thatmostsuccessful people want other people to be successful too. They believe that life is a journey, not a competition. And when they find someone who is young, hungry, and willing to take action on their advice, they are more than happy to mentor and coach them to the next level.

If you dont have a mentor, find one.

Find someone who is living the life you want to live and listen to every word they say. This simple action could mean the difference between a life of mediocrity and a life of unparalleled success.

5. Focus on Your Passions and Forget the Rest

All the money in the world isnt worth a damn if you are forced to do things you hate to earn it. If you truly want to be a success in life, you must heed the old cliche and follow your passions. Find something that excites you so that you tap dance to work in the morning.

Find something you are so pumped for that you dont need an alarm to get up, because you couldnt even sleep knowing that there were missing out on time that you could have been pouring into your lifes dreams.

Do work that fills you up, that makes you feel alive, that sets your soul on fire and gives you meaning in a world so devoid of it.

6. When You Fail: Pivot, Dont Quit

During our interview, Dan was open about his many business failures. Like every great entrepreneur, he experienced just as many (if not more) failures and setbacks than he did successes. And your journey will be no different.

Many times over the course of your journey, you will fail. That is a simple fact of the game.

Marketing campaigns wont work, products wont sell, businesses will tank, relationships will end, passions will burn out and you will find yourself time and time again faced with gut-wrenching failures that make you question your very worth as a man.

In the words of Kurt Vonnegut, So it goes.

Theres nothing you can do to rewind and fix a failure, all you can do is learn from the mistake and pivot before your next move.

When something you have invested heavily in fails, dont waste precious resources trying to salvage a lost cause and dont quit unnecessarily. Simply pivot. Tweak your business plan, your product, or your approach until you are able to achieve the success youve been working towards.

7. Focus on the Few Not the Many.

With the excess of information and opportunities nowadays, it is quite easy to get sucked into the trap of multi-focus.

Its easy to try every new tactic and strategy you see (from Facebook ads to YouTube videos to Instagram marketing) .But if you want to succeed, you must have single-focus on one important strategy or idea at a time.

Identify the one thing that, if accomplished, would create disproportionate results in your life and business.

And investallof your energy into making it happen.

Focus on the 20% of tasks, that will get you the 80% of results and leave the rest to the dogs.

After concluding my interview and research, I believe that Dan Penaisa legitimate businessman with a lot of value to offer ambitious young men looking to make their way in the world.

I dont always agree with his brash and often bully-esque style and I dont buy his $50 billion title.

But I do believe that Dan has walked the walk. He can help you achieve your goals and give you the guidance you need to rise to the top.

He might call you some nasty names while he does it and he might share a few bullshit stories to shock you into attention but at the end of the day, much like Tai Lopez, I believe Dan Pena is who he says he is and is worth your time (even if you have to take some of his claims with a grain of salt).

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Dan Pea probably isnt a man youve heard of before, but there are literally a gazillion reasons why anyone seeking success should pay attention to him. For one, he grew up in a small barrio in Los Angeles and was thrown in jail five times for crimes that were alcohol-related, but he managed to turn his life around by taking $820 and building it into a $450 million fortune in eight years time after taking his oil company public.

Recently, Pea has started coaching, inviting mentees who pay $15,000 into his castle in Scotland to learn the Quantum Leap Advantage (QLA), a method he says he used to build his own tremendous wealth. Why such a steep price, you ask? Well, its not steep according to Pea, as he claims QLA mentees have built more than $50 billion in equity and value from learning his secrets. For that sort of exorbitant return though, mentees shouldnt expect his seminar to be a walk in the park people have been rumored to piss and sh*t themselves going through the experience.

Pea is also known to be completely uncensored. Brian Rose of London Reel was a recent attendee at one of Dans seminars, and he recounted someof the things Pena said during the very first day:

You f*cking CUNTS are weak and unaccomplished, which is why you are here in the first place. But all that changes tomorrow when we go deep and find out why Mommy and Daddy didnt love you. Guess what? I dont give a SHIT why! When you leave here you wont have an action plan, you will have a WAR PLAN. And I NEVER leave a man behind.

And dont do any of that networking bullshit, thats for losers. You are here to work on yourselfI dont want to see any business cards or electronic messages.When I see you guys swapping spit, my dick goes limp.

I could easily kill three of you myself, or at least two of you with my bad hip. So if anyone wants a piece just let me know. And if I see any phones or laptops I WILL FUCKING BREAK THEM.

Even while pushing 70 years of age, Dan Pea is hardcore. Hes bungee jumped in the worst conditions possible and hes jumped out of planes without a parachute. Why? Because he f*cking can. Hes hunted live buffalo, bears and boars and killed them with nothing but a handgun and a knife their heads are proudly displayed on his wall. Pea lives in a badass castle out in Scotland with butlers who constantly tend to him, he has maids who travel with him everywhere, and hes a U.S. Army veteran. Watch out, Dos Equis man, for you now have a true contender in the title for the Most Interesting Man in the World.

Recently, I had the pleasure of catching up with Dan Pea over the phone. Having met many successful people in the past, including billionaires, celebrities and politicians, I didnt agree with everything he had to say. At the same time though, his criticisms and ideas are the type of things people normally dont have the balls to deliver. Listening to Pea is like getting a full shot of testosterone.

Asked about his coaching program, Pea said:

I dont consider myself as a personal development guy. Those are are all titles I really dont understand. What I am is, Im a super high-performance coach. Money is not everything in life, but its the only thing anybodys kept track of since the pharaohs My pyramid has got to be bigger than your pyramid. I believe that we are put on this earth, whether you believe in Buddha or whoever you believe in, to be all we can be.

Not many people who seek success really attain it, and Mr. Pea has a straightforward reason why:

What I see is most people not just kids, but middle-aged and even older people they cop out, they blame it on somebody else. They blame their lack of success and/or their failures on circumstances. They blame it on interest rates. They blame it on they didnt go to a good enough school. They blame it on theyre too fat. They blame it on my tits are too big, my ass is too big, my nose is too big, Im Chinese, Im Mexican, Im Japanese whatever the f*cking reason is, they always got an excuse why they dont fulfill their potential. Mans greatest burden is unfulfilled potential. Ill be 70 years old my next birthday and Ive seen a lot more people than I can count, men and women, boys and girls, that havent fulfilled their potential cause they give up.

Although conventional wisdom asserts that money isnt everything, Pea heavily disagrees.

When your mom has Alzheimers and your dad has emphysema or your 14-year-old sister is pregnant withwhoever,you need money to solve these problemsWhat money allows you to do, and what wealth creation allows you to do, is to have more choices in life. For those of the kids that wanna save the planet, they believe or worry about global warming and they believe and worry about all these other things, the problems that we have in Europe. Go get rich and then take your money like Bill and Melinda Gates, Warren Buffett, and solve the problems. Dont just bitch about them! I tell people, Go out and be successful and then you can use your success as an instrument to help others. I see too many of the kids dont do that. They think that carrying signs around parks is gonna save the world. Well, thats not gonna save the world! Let them go out and solve the problems of the world by creating wealth and then using that wealth to solve the problems.

But Dan isnt just about criticism, as he has a lot of encouraging words for success.

You can accomplish almost anything through clear, absolute and laser beam focus. Im often asked, If you were 20 years old, what would you tell the 20-year-old Dan Pea today approaching 70? Ill only them just one thing Just f*cking do it. Dont think about it. Dont ask so many questions. Dont Google it, dont spreadsheet it, dont Wikipedia it. Just f*cking do it! Know that part of the process is that youre gonna make mistakes, part of the process is that youre gonna stumble. Part of the process is like a high-tech startup: Youre gonna pivot, youre gonna morph, youre gonna change. Know that and dont be worried about it. Fail but fail fast! But most people are afraid because were taught to want to fit in, be like other people and not stand out. You show me your friends and Ill show you your future.

Although the seminar requires a solid financial commitment to go, Pea says its not entirely necessary.

Weve got many people that have made tens of millions that have just used the book, used the product, and thats what I would suggest. You dont have to go and come and see Dan and spend twenty grand at Castle Seminar. The Castle Seminars are for the people that wanna make the ultimate commitment. They wanna be in the ultimate fight, UFC of success, and theyre willing to pay the price both financially and emotionally cause I kick the sh*t out of you.

Perhaps the most interesting part of our conversation was when he started comparing the entrepreneurs of today and the past.

The kids today arent willing; the kids today they give up too easy because the kids today have too many excuses. You look at the entrepreneurs that are in Silicon Valley, lets just take them for an example that is one of a million percent of all the kids on the planet. They are not representative of anything. They are not representative of a generation. Before them, they have Hewlett-Packard, who is actually at the forefront of Silicon Valley. With HP, theyre born in Silicon Valley 60 years ago. And those guys were billionaires when a billion meant something. Not when you became a billionaire like Im not taking anything away from Zuckerberg, hes a smart kid but I mean the billionaires of 50 years ago were really billionaires. The billionaires today they got their money from an IPO or from PayPal or wherever, thats great. But today theres more opportunities to get wealthy than there was 50 years ago.

I find the younger generations give up too soon and they have too many excuses to blame their lack of success on a previous generation. My generation and the generation after me didnt blame our lack of success on anybody other than ourselves. The millennials say the people fucked it up in the 80s; greed fucked it up in the 80s My children, who have rich parents, which is me, and so their attitude about life is a lot different. Now the only saving graces that Ive been very hard on I dont give my kids any money, I paid for their education to go to school, but now theyre out on their own. I am not leaving my kids any money; my money is all going to charity. I dont give a fuck if my kids love me. I just want them to respect me when Im dead.

Even for a man as successful as himself, Pea still has regrets in life.

People ask if I have my life to live over again what Id change. Number one, I would have set higher goals. Higher goals because Ive fulfilled 90 percent of what Ive said Id fulfill, but I would have set higher goals. I would have gotten involved in coaching probably earlier because Im really f*cking good at it. Thats an understatement Im not good at it, Im probably and Im not being a bragger, but the numbers speak for themselves. Im the most successful high performance coach on the face of the Earth and Ive created more wealth than the whole industry cumulatively put together.

In a world where many are all talk, its important to know whos for real and who is full of sh*t. When asked how to differentiate between people who are worth time and those who are not, Pea said people should ask themselves two questions.

Is this guy or gal where you wanna be? If he or she is not where you wanna be, then stop. Number two: Did he or she make it ethically, morally, legally? Now the answer to those two questions, 99.99 percent of people that youre ever gonna meet, the answer is no, no and no. Most people are living quiet lives of desperation.

Currently, Dan Pea has about 40 people hes mentoring for a year outside of his castle. He also has a potential reality show coming up and has been meeting with agents out in Los Angeles, California. For anyone interested in winning a free Castle Seminar, you can apply here. All you have to do is submit one question that Dan Pea will answer on his podcast. You can also take his success test, which he claims has a 95 percent success rate when measuring whether you have what it takes to be a high performance guy.

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How do you become a billionaire? My mentor, Dan Pea, known as The 50 Billion Dollar Man, tells us to stop blaming family, economics, and circumstances. If you want to become a billionaire, Dan Pena says its easier now than 50 years ago, but our snowflake generation must do the one thing that prevents success.

By snowflake, were not talking about the stuff that falls from the sky and melts in your hand in the winter. What were talking about is mental toughness. To give you some perspective, Dan Pea was the kid at school who got beat up and who beat other people up. That molded him into the high achiever he is today which the missing trait from most people.

Now, as a high performance coach who can take a mentees income from seven figures to eleven, hell cut straight to the point with brutal honesty about why youre not successful, and he wont hold back from calling you names. Its how he shows tough love, believe it or not.

Dan once told fans at a show, If I leave here with anybody liking me, Ive failed. He truly believes in helping people, and hell drag you across the finish line. He believes you have the potential to be a millionaire or a billionaire. But he wont be your friend.

It was my deep respect for him when I was a young kid in my twenties that motivated me to seek him out as my mentor, to take my business to the next level. When you choose someone to be your mentor, you want someone much more successful than yourself.

He was high-performance, but he believes most people these days are not high-performance. Its why they fall short of their own expectations, and why he overcame a violent and tough past to become a highly sought after mentor.

Ive only had three mentors in my whole life, and hes only the second, because Im very selective about who I choose as mentors. However, asking him to become my mentor wasnt easy.

Dan Pena wasnt someone you could just call up, book an appointment, and pay to coach you about business. He was the recipient of many awards. The ll wrd, hn Rgn wrd, n f th Yr wrd and nrtnl Ldrh wrd.

He has names like The 50 Billion Dollar Man and The Trillion Dollar Man. Many people wonder about his net worth.

Its believed hes worth 50 billion because of his business ventures, position as CEO of various corporations, book sales, and the Quantum Leap Advantage coaching program that creates billions of dollars in revenue for his mentees. Many say his 50 Billion Dollar name is from the 50 billion dollar value he gives to his mentees.

Learning from Dan Pena is not the usual experience where you go to training at a hotel or conference centre. He lives in, and teaches his mentees in a 15th century castle, called Guthrie Castle.

He was the founder and CEO of various companies including Great Western Resources Inc and Guthrie Group, named after the castle. Before that, he worked in real estate, and before that, he was in the military to reset the disastrous path he was on in his youth.

He grew up with a father who set the bar low, and just wanted his son to stay alive. Dan exceeded those expectations, but in a different way. He threatened to kill a teacher and was expelled not just from the school, but from the entire school district.

Over the years, he was the one being beaten up and beating up others. He ended up in jail five times before he finally changed the direction of his life and served in the US Army before going to college.

When you compare these two phases of his life, you wouldnt have expected a ex-jailbird to become a mentor of billionaires. His past shaped him as a person and hardened him to set a high bar for performance. And if you challenge him, expect an answer like a battle cry.

Dan Pena doesnt know what fear is. The discipline he learned in the military, and his experience in real estate and business became the foundation for the Quantum Leap Advantage.

Its a methodology to teach people to develop that level of toughness that creates massive profits. His mentees include Brian Rose of London Real and dating coach Jason Capital, who describe their QLA experience as shock and awe and brutal.

The Quantum Leap Advantage (QLA) is a system to increase wealth that is for everyone and also not for everyone. What does this mean, and what do you learn in the QLA exactly? Its been called the week long extravaganza at Guthrie Castle, and people who have taken the seminar have grown from 7 to 11 figures in their business.

The system is about geometrically growing your wealth, starting with no money. Dan Pea developed this proven formula that has 40 years of success. Since 1993, Dan has coached and mentored thousands and created multi-millionaires.

The QLA is not for everyone in the sense that not everyone can afford the price tag to learn from Dan Pena in person. But its also a system open to anyone who wants to learn all the video presentations from the seminar are available free and online.

So whats the catch? If you can watch episodes of the Quantum Leap Advantage (QLA) seminars at Guthrie Castle and read information about the seminar on his website for free, why arent most of us billionaires already?

First, to be successful, you need to change your expectations, realign your goals and redefine your comfort zone. Not everyone likes to stare into the abyss and face their darkest fears about themselves. Not everyone wants to get uncomfortable and change old habits, even if those changes will raise them to a whole new income level.

Second, they need to empty their cup and commit to learning a new way of thinking. The QLA, the one you find on Dans website, showcases several audio and video presentations. The issues that Dan addresses in these seminars are the most critical issues in the business community.

Some of the topics covered in Dans QLA are the myths, lies and misinformation fed to us for years from success gurus; the importance of hanging out with like-minded people who are also high-performance; and how you can maintain a laser-beam like focus. He also talks about high self-esteem and its role in how much wealth you accumulate.

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Third, people who really do want to change their lives and reach a new income level, will. Dans business advice about how to dominate your industry, and create winning leverage and massive profits, show his mentees how to set up their business to achieve the results they need.

Dan Penas own story is proof that what he teaches can be achieved. He started the company Great Western Resources Inc with $820, a phone, and a leased fax machine in the spare bedroom of his home. In eight years, he turned it into a $450,000,000 empire ($1,000,000,000 in todays dollars).

This level of success was why I wanted Dan Pena as my mentor, but he didnt want me as his mentee. Not at first. I called his receptionist on a daily basis, not giving up, until she knew me by my voice and until Dan finally agreed to meet with me.

It was 2003 when Dan Pea said No to mentoring me. But I was persistent, calling his office daily until he finally agreed to meet with me in L.A. and have breakfast there. That was the beginning of my transformation.

I wasnt the TEDx speaker in the trademark red suit back then. At the time, I was a young kid with glasses, wearing an oversized, cheap suit. Dan met with me for two hours, asking me many questions as if I were the VIP because I was doing most of the talking. Then I gave him a gift that he has treasured for 15 years.

It was symbolic. The frog on a stone was a symbol from QLA training meaning that you have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find your prince. Its an allusion to the fairytale, The Frog Prince, about a princesss kiss transforming a frog into a prince. My life was transformed from my experience at Guthrie Castle.

Dan Penas QLA seminar was not like the motivational, business, or marketing seminars that I had attended in the past. None of those came close to my week long Castle Experience. I called it the Quantum Leap in my personal and business life.

To start with, I felt very uncomfortable in that environment. At the time, I was still sharing a one bedroom apartment with my mom in Canada. I could barely afford the price tag for the flight to the castle and the training. But I could see how the environment was crucial for the transformation to occur.

When you are at the castle, you are surrounded by wealth triggers. There were antiques. Crystal glasses. Large, beautifully furnished rooms. When you are surrounded by wealth, it triggers wealth. And thats what made me uncomfortable.

I wasnt used to living in such extravagance. But it was there that I learned many valuable lessons, including why some people who study the QLA dont become billionaires. It depends on each persons desire to achieve what they want.

I used to think I was working hard by putting in 10 to 14 hour days, but I realized after QLA that I wasnt. After a seminar day that ended at around 6 or 7 pm, I found my mentor working in his office. He told me, kids these days arent high-performance. Kids cant even spell high performance.

One of the reasons the kids in the current generation (at 71, Dan Pena is old enough to be a father or grandfather to most people), wont become millionaires or billionaires is they arent raised the way they used to be.

Dan Pea says that we have a snowflake generation, and he isnt referring to how every snowflake is unique. It means the new generation melts under pressure.

They arent used to being held accountable. In fact, they now have safe spaces where they can go to chill out if they are feeling stressed. This high degree of protection wont help them to become stronger when under stress.

They dont realize that the more you suffer, the more stress, and the more stress, the more success. Nothing great is ever achieved with little effort.

We have changed from Dans generation. For example, in a soccer game for kids today, there are no winners. Its about participation in sports. But thats not realistic. When you have a job at a car dealership or at a bank, you dont get rewarded just for showing up.

The problem is, the parents of these kids werent conditioned for high-performance, and now we have a generation of people who are also not trained for high-performance. The exception would be kids of world class, gold medalist athletes, or children of parents from a military background.

A snowflake is a kid that melts under pressure, not because they lack education. They lack leadership. Dan Pena remembers being shut into a closet when he misbehaved, and he was left there until the school day was over. He doesnt regret the experience. He says it made him tougher.

If youre wondering if youre a snowflake, there is a snowflake test on Dan Penas website. The original snowflake test asks questions such as

Some of these questions are meant to make you uncomfortable. Dan Pena was never uncomfortable with making people uncomfortable. He once said, If you like me at the end of this talk, then I did something wrong. Love is great, but I dont need it. Respect will do.

He is a firm believer in the saying, What gets measured gets accomplished. If were uncomfortable with change, if we melt under stress, we wont be able to set goals and accomplish them.

Also, we must set our goals higher than our goals. If our goal is to become a millionaire, then well never become millionaires. If our goal is to become billionaires, we will never become billionaires, and next, Ill explain why.

We only change for two reasons. Desperation or inspiration. If we want to be high performance, then we must have high self esteem. High self esteem will get you to your first million if your goal is to make 100 million. Self esteem will get you to your first 100 million if your end goal is to make a billion.

Heres why. Many people teach you how to become a successful entrepreneur. Youll find books in bookstores about the mechanics of starting and selling a business. Youll even find books about the drier aspects of a business, such as tax issues, business plans, and writing letters of intent. Good how to information thats also useful if youre having trouble falling asleep.

Dan Pea wrote Your First 100 Million because he noticed when he was teaching the Quantum Leap Advantage seminars that key points were missing in most books that teach you how to grow your wealth.

None of these other books teach you how to prepare your mind for becoming super successful. They dont teach you how to adjust your perspective just slightly to make the Quantum Leap to make millions of dollars over and over again.

If you want to make your first 100 million, you need to make some sacrifices. The price for super success means long hours, waking up early, not spending time with friends and family, missing their birthdays, and taking risks because youre willing to aim for bigger goals.

A high performance person is prepared to deal with failure and the lessons that come with it. They cant anticipate everything that will happen, and if they think they can, then they wont be. The best plans dont follow a script.

Dan Pena says that, The truly successful high performer understands that the strategies and skills which he marshaled to generate the first Quantum Leap can be called upon to repeat that success over and over. Thats why he doesnt hang onto this first venture like some sort of corporate teddy bear. He is secure enough in his abilities to build it up,then sell it off for a bundle. And start the process over again.

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Whats the difference between making a million dollars and making a billion dollars? When youre thinking about becoming a millionaire, youre focused on the dollar amount. You will never succeed beyond your highest expectations.

Parents want their kids to be better than them. If they are one level above poverty, that means their kids will be two levels above poverty. If they want their kids to be millionaires, then the kids must desire to become multi-millionaires. Dan says he now seen teenagers who have studied the QLA methodology who are now millionaires flying around in jet planes.

Becoming a millionaire is a high possibility, even for teens. But how do you become a billionaire? Statistics show that there are over 2000 billionaires in the world today, with self-made billionaires making up 67 percent of them. There are now more billionaires than at any time in history.

One billion dollars is a significant number. People have asked, if you have that much money, what can you buy for a billion dollars?

You can buy the L.A. Lakers or the Chicago Cubs if you like sports. Or, if you like cars, you can get a 1963 Ferrari GTO and still have a bit left over. And if you like to travel, you can buy the Solomon Islands, or a round trip to the moon.

I once asked my mentor why some people take QLA and see tremendous results and others dont improve. Ive seen this happen with my own mentees. Dan Pea says the answer is implementation. If you dont implement what you learn, if you dont take action, you wont become a millionaire or a billionaire.

So if you want to make a billion dollars, the main difference to go from millionaire to billionaire is to be passionate about what you do.

Dan Pena says, Find something that you love. Find something that can change a billion lives you make a billion lives betterand the odds have become geometrically better for you to become a billionaire.

Dan Pena is an accomplished high-performance business coach who has moved his mentees from 7 to 11 figures in their businesses. His tough upbringing and time in the U.S. Army gave him the discipline to reach billionaire status.

The Quantum Leap Advantage (QLA) is a business system that he developed from his own business experience. Unlike other methodology, it also teaches you the mindset and focus you need for a high level of success.

The Snowflake Generation is the new generation of people who melt under pressure. They werent brought up with expectations of high performance and they cant handle stress.

Making Your First 100 Million teaches you about the price for success and is based on the seminars from QLA.

How To Make A Billion Dollars is a question many ask themselves because it is easier now than 50 years ago to become a billionaire. The goal is achievable if you set your goal higher than your goal, and you are passionate about helping billions of people.


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Home Blog Dan Penas Net Worth and Life Story Net Worth: $450 Million Age: 75 Born: August 10, 1945 Country of Origin: United States of America Source of Wealth: Entrepreneur Last Updated: 2020

Daniel S. Pena, Sr. earned the nickname of the $50 Billion Man because of his high drive for success. He is the founder of Quantum Leap Advantage (QLA) Methodology, a well-respected author, and his mentees have a combined net worth of more than $6 trillion.

As of 2020, Dan Pena has a net worth estimated at $ 450 million.

Pena did not come from a family with generational wealth. His father was somewhat famous because of his role as the lead investigator of the Robert F. Kennedy assassination, but that was the extent of their fame.

It was a military household since Penas father served as a Lieutenant Commander in World War II and Korea before becoming a CIA operative. His home was a place where tough love was the practice.

Crime and violence were also prominent in East Los Angeles in the late 1950s when Pena was a child.

It took several stints in jail for alcoholism before life began to change for Dan Pena during his high school years. His father even told local officers to beat him if he was misbehaving in public.

Pena would eventually earn a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from San Fernando Valley State College in 1971.

Pena took the foundation of his education to turn an $820 investment into a company worth over $450 million. Great Western Resources Inc. formed in 1980, provided natural resources like petroleum to the market. He served as the CEO of the organization until he and the Board of Directors had a falling out about a decade later.

It was a global operation that involved drilling, onshore, and offshore that had 22 coal mines at the height of its influence.

Pena then used his experience to form an independent consultancy firm called The Guthrie Group in 1997. He is still active as the Chairman and Founder.

Pena currently resides in Guthrie Castle, which is located in Angus Scotland. It was initially constructed in the 15th century, although the structures were updated in the 19th century to reflect modern needs.

Guthrie Castle was purchased in 1984 by Pena from the Guthrie family after it had stayed in their family for over 400 years. He restored the home to its original condition, added a golf course, and then opened it to the public for about 15 years beginning in 2003 to host weddings and corporate functions.

It now serves as Penas private home once again.

Pena provides week-long seminars at Guthrie Castle using his QLA Methodology that takes participants through the foundational steps of being successful. Workshops include information about how to raise capital, how to overcome obstacles when pursuing an idea, and the seven necessary steps to achieve super success.

The philosophy of Pena and his mentees is straightforward: there are no free lunches. Each person must work hard to earn what they get in life. If you have the guts to follow his steps, then you can start obtaining the wealth that can support your family for multiple generations.

The consensus of Dan Penas seminars is positive when reviewing forums, blogs, and websites that discuss QLA Methodology. There is no fluff or feel-good stuff to worry about with his workshops. His focus is on growth. You can live a comfortable life and relax, or you can choose to pursue your goals and dreams.

If you choose the latter, then Dan Pena can help you find the success you want.



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Conor Scott The Sunflower, Belfast

Andy White The American, Belfast

The Unholy Gospel Band, Both Barrels Betty, Drew Hamill Band etc The Liggers Ball, Kellys, Portrush

Saturday December 28

Joshua Burnside, Jarlath Henderson Duncairn Arts Centre, Belfast

Daithi Voodoo, Belfast

The Skallions The Glassworks, Derry

Sunday December 29

Acoustic Dan The Black Box, Belfast

Tuesday December 31

The Bonnevilles, Swall Monkey, The Peculiar etc The Errigle, Belfast

The Vibes, Amy Montgomery, The Skallions etc Suited & Booted, The Empire, Belfast

Space Dimension Controller, Phil Kieran Voodoo, Belfast

Friday January 3

Dea Matrona The Black Box, Belfast, 1pm

Ryan Robson-Bluer Oh Yeah, Belfast

Cup O'Joe Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast

Saturday January 4

Nine Below Zero The Black Box, Belfast

The Utopia Strong Ulster Sports Club, Belfast

Tuesday January 7

Gary Edward Jones Something About Simon, The Black Box, Belfast

Thursday January 9

King Creeper, Anto & The Echoes, The Caged Hearts etc The Empire, Belfast

Friday January 10

Paco Pena The MAC, Belfast

Glasshouse Bowie's Berlin Trilogy, The Black Box, Belfast

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And So I Watch You From Afar Jettison, The MAC, Belfast

Blue Rose Code, Malojian The Black Box, Belfast, 2pm

Martin Stephenson & The Daintees The Black Box, Belfast

David Keenan The Empire, Belfast

Rixe, United Bottles, Takers & Users, The Jollars Oh Yeah, Belfast

Rhys Lewis The Glassworks, Derry

Sunday January 12

David Lyttle, Joseph Leighton The Black Box, Belfast

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Elder Druid, Slomatics, Nomadic Rituals etc Voodoo, Belfast

Snow Patrol The Limelight, Belfast

Portico Quartet The Black Box, Belfast

Happy Out Nerve Centre, Derry

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Badly Drawn Boy The Black Box, Belfast

Altan Duncairn Arts Centre, Belfast

Saint Sapphire The Speakeasy, Belfast

Rachael Boyd, Junk Drawer, Conor Mason Figure 8 by Elliott Smith, Oh Yeah, Belfast

Sunday January 19

The Darkling Air The Black Box, Belfast, 2pm

Tuesday January 21

Petrol Girls, Sister Ghost McHugh's, Belfast

Ryan Bingham The Black Box, Belfast

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This is Billionaire Dan Pena's Ultimate Advice for Students and Young People. Now 73 years old and one of the richest men alive, he has a working class background and failed out of University 3 times before eventually graduating from college and becoming known as the trillion dollar man.Try Audible and Get A Free Audiobook: thanks to London Real! Check out their awesome channel here:

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Dan Pena, also known as the 50 billion dollar and trillion dollar man, is an American businessman and mulitmillionaire. He is the founder of Quantum Leap Advantage Methodology and chairman of The Guthrie Group, an investment consortium.

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Dan Pena who is officially known as Daniel Steven Pena Sr. is an American businessman, philanthropist and business coach whose fame is as a result of his eight-day Castle Seminar. Its focus was on Penas methodology of Quantum Leap Advantage which according to him produced $50 billion in both value and equity. Pena is not only an author but also a public speaker. Keep reading to know more about Dan Penas net worth in 2019.

Dan Pena was born in 1945 on 10th August. His birthplace was Jacksonville, Florida, the United States of America. There is little information available about his family, wife, and children.

Pena attended the California State America, Northridge. From there, he earned a BS degree in Business Administration in 1975.

Before joining the university, Dan served in the US Army. He stopped serving as an officer in 1969 and entered the University immediately. As soon as finished college, Pena started working in real estate. Later, he joined Paine, Webber, Jackson & Curtis. Next, he joined Bear Stearns. Subsequently, Dan became not only the CEO and president of Kennedy Industrial Inc. but also JPK Industries, Inc.s chairman.

As of 1982, Pena became the founder of a Houston-based natural resource company known as Great Western Resources Inc. He left the position in 1992. Dan is also the founder of Guthrie Group named after Guthrie Castle found in Scotland. He started the investment consortium at a place called the Channel Islands in 2002. As far as the Philippines is concerned, he has an investment in iZone Technologies. Dan is its founder and once served as its chairman.

Regarding technologies, he organized Hackathon events. Their purpose is to support the youths in discovering new technologies.

Between October 2012 and January 2015, he ran a series called The Quantum Leap Advantage. It was in the form of podcasts posted on iTunes as well as the Podbean. Also, the Ask the 50 Billion Dollar Man. He released his version of the latter called the Reflections and Confessions of the 50 Billion Dollar Man.

Then, he started a YouTube series, Dans Response to Bullshit. Dave Asprey also featured Pena in his Podcast. Asprey who is also referred to as biohacker is the man who created Bullet Proof Coffee.

Dan has also supported various charities including Missionaries of Charity, The Holy Family Foundation as well as the Holy Family Mission in Sri Lanka. In addition to that, Pena is an author of several books.

Dan received a Latin Business Association in 1981. They termed him as an outstanding business owner. A decade later, first joint graduation commencement speech. In 1997, Pena was the finalist for that years Telly Awards. He received a John Regan Award, Man of the Year Award as well as Inspirational Leadership Award among others.

Dan Pena has an estimated net worth of about $50 billion according to his acclamation in various sources during interviews. His primary source of income is his business ventures. In addition to that, he is a public speaker, business coach and founder of various organizations. Dan also made money when he appeared in podcasts. He has a series on a YouTube channel as well. Besides that, Pena has written books and their sales have contributed to his current net worth.

Dan Pena is the man behind the Quantum Leap Advantage. He was appointed as a member of Order of Saint John by her majesty the Queen, Elizabeth II. Pena also contributes money to many charities. His contribution to technology is also undoubtedly. He has been a president, the founder, a chairman or a CEO of several corporations and organizations as well.

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Dan Pea is by far one of the most eccentric American businessmen I have ever met, and Ive seen my fair share over the years.

Dwelling in the 550 year old Guthrie Castle in Scotland, Dan was originally known for turning $820 into $450 million in the oil business in the 1980s. Since then he has taken a break from the business world to focus on mentoring elite executives and boasts a net worth creation of $50 billion. As Ripley used to say, Believe it, or not.

But one thing that cannot be denied is his charisma: a tantalising combination of Sigmund Freud, General George S. Patton, and the former Chairman of General Electric Jack Welsh. Dan gets straight to the point with his hard-hitting talk. No minced words and no cry babies allowed. And if you think what you see is opinionated, try having a chat with him off camera! He definitely gave me a piece of his mind.

I guarantee you will either love or hateDan Pea, a reaction we have prided ourselves in at London Real over the years. During the interview I found myself asking that very same question, and after much deliberation have concluded that I quite like Dan Pea.

In fact I like him so much that I have decided to make it my mission to Mentorhimin the fine art of the Ayahuasca Ceremony. Now we can truly unleash his power to the world.


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