May 30th, 2024

Episode #52

Geographical Americans vs. Philosophical Americans

Plenty of people living in the United States claim to be unhappy. Meanwhile, plenty of people living in other countries yearn for the unique freedoms the United States offers. In this episode, the second in a two-part series, Dan Sullivan and Mark Young share three mindsets that anyone—even non-Americans—could adopt to feel better about their lives.

In This Episode:

Unhappy Americans are dominating the narrative.

The left feel negatively about America’s present and past.

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness is entirely geared to individuals.

Happiness has to be worked at and earned.

The United States is exceptional in how it encourages and rewards innovations of useful knowledge, skills, and techniques.

America is the only country geared to encourage individual success and achievement.

The United States is not a convincing argument. It’s a compelling offer.

There's a segment of the population that occupies the ranks of higher education and it’s all about argument.

Entrepreneurism is the most highly rewarded activity in the United States.

Confident people don't shout.


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