Episode 7: A journey to achieving greatness. An interview with Rafael Lovato Jr., one of the worlds greatest competitors.

Whether you are in business, are an athlete, or want to better yourself, this interview with Rafael Lovato Jr. shows one man’s journey on how to achieve greatness, and how you can apply these principles to your life to achieve success.  Rafael stopped by the Budokon University to better understanding how the Budokon system can add power, flexibility, movement, and longevity to any athlete's career.

 Although Lovato is known as a successful competitor in high-level competition, he is particularly notable for being the third American (B.J. Penn being the first) to win the World Jiu-Jitsu Championship as a black belt.

Rafael (6'3" 185) is a black belt under Carlos Machado, the oldest of the Machado family. Rafael has had a long and formative training history with Xande and Saulo Ribeiro, one which began after he competed against Saulo in the finals of the 2003 Arnold Classic, when Rafael was just 19 years old.

Rafael is currently 6-0 as a professional fighter and is expected to face Chris Honeycutt at Bellator 189 Live on Spike Sports.

Episode 6: Learn how to use language to empower greatness

Did you know that our feelings are based on the questions and key words we say to ourselves and how we respond to them? What internal dialogue are you having with yourself right now?

In this episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto discuss the use of words and how much impact they have on others and how the internal conversation you have with yourself determines your state of being.

Episode 5: There is no Right or Wrong

Is what I am saying really the right thing?  How come what's right for me, is wrong for someone else?  Today Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto help break down the different constructs between "right and wrong," and how we are constantly negotiating between the two.  When you start to adopt the belief that there is no "absolute" right and wrong, you can begin to remove negative mental roadblocks from your life.

Episode 4: Beliefs & how they shape your reality

In this episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto talk about beliefs and how they shape your reality. Constructs are the products of beliefs. We see them take shape and form as cultures, religions, perspectives, opinions, and general reality. Beliefs trap the human mind in fixed ways of being, seeing and doing everything. As a result, our entire reality is built upon them. How do we change them to create the reality we want?

Episode 2: Building a brand for your movement business & how to market yourself [Part 1 of 2]

In this two-part episode, Cameron Shayne & Mark Baratto discuss how to build a brand specific to the movement community like yoga teachers, fitness professionals, martial artists and movement coaches, and how to market yourself socially.

Book reference:  The Richest Man in Babylon by George Clason