Tom Bilyeu is Co-Founder of Quest Nutrition which was named the 2nd fastest growing private company in America with over 1400 employees and 57,000% growth.
Tom’s mission is to end metabolic disease…
He also hosts a thought leadership show called Inside Quest where he features people like Tim Ferris, Russell Simmons and many more. If you want to get out of the matrix then listen to Tom and his youtube channel.
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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- [0:24] Dr. Jeremy’s introduction of Tom Bilyeu, his guest.
- [1:19] The lowest point in Tom’s journey: quitting Awareness Technologies.
- [3:40] The biggest and worst sacrifices Tom made when working for Awareness Technologies.
- [4:16] Tom’s proudest moments.
- [8:00] Why ketogenics may be the best fight against cancer we have.
- [11:05] How to connect with Tom.
In this episode…
Nobody has been more successful in business than Tom Bilyeu. His company, QuestNutrition is one of the fastest growing businesses out there. But he’s had his share of low points on his journey toward success, and none of them were more difficult than the moment he came to realize that money doesn’t buy happiness. On this episode you’ll hear it from Tom’s own mouth and discover what drives him not that his pursuit of money for the sake of money is gone.
“The only thing money is good for is facilitating something else.” That’s what Tom says during this conversation – and what he means is that naturally, money can provide a lot of good things for your life and for others – but if you don’t put your focus on the value the money will allow you to provide to the lives of others, you’ll be miserable as you chase it.
We’ve all heard that “the love of money is the root of all evil,” and it’s easy to see why. Greed, extortion, manipulation, and all kinds of other vices have been known to flow out of people who only care about money. But What Tom has to teach us on this episode, a life lesson that he learned the hard way, is that the purpose of building a huge business that generates lots of revenue is to serve others. That’s a purpose that fuels generosity, not greed. Find out more of the hard lessons’ Tom has learned on this episode.