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Those who achieve significant success possess a vision which reaches far beyond self. They are the people who challenge the social norms and commit to breaking new ground. Learning, growing, and evolving to provide a foundation for generations to come. This is the Infinity Effect.

 

This channel is a place where thought leaders, industry experts and influencers provide access to decades of experience, knowledge, and wisdom to empower your self improvement. And in so doing, affect the trajectory of your life to leave a legacy of your own.

 

Amongst it all we document our own efforts as we embody the principles of the Infinity Effect within our own lives, giving you a look behind the curtain, demonstrating our commitment to ongoing self improvement and showing up like it counts.

 

The Infinity Effect is an opportunity to experience a paradigm shift through accurate thinking to achieve increased success and create meaningful change within our world.

 

Stop thinking small. Think infinite.

Sep 23, 2019

In this episode of the podcast, we discuss the two types of stress: eustress and distress. Many people make the mistake of combining them together under the umbrella term 'stress' and confuse them as being the same thing. In fact, there is actually a good kind of stress, a positive stress. That's eustress.

Since there...


Aug 26, 2019

In this podcast John Sader, Michael Peroumal, and Garry Pesochinsky talk about an Australian cultural phenomenon known as tall poppy syndrome.

People who stand out for having obtained success can be attacked and criticized by those who perceive this success as an affront; this is Tall Poppy syndrome in action. Tall...


Aug 5, 2019

In Episode #14 of the Infinity Effect podcast, John Sader and Garry Pesochinsky discuss an issue that's present in every facet of life from business to parenthood: admitting when you made a mistake.

The school system indoctrinates us to perceive mistakes as a bad thing, which has resulted in a widespread stigma against...


Jul 22, 2019

Michael Peroumal and John Sader share their thoughts on the proverb "Fake It 'Til You Make It" and discuss several different interpretations of the meaning behind faking it until you make it.

While the the concept can be beneficial and productive (as research into body language and posture has demonstrated) there...


Jun 24, 2019

John Sader and Garry Pesochinsky discuss why self discipline is an essential trait to possess. They share some self discipline examples from their own lives and share some tips for developing self discipline and learning self discipline in both a professional and personal capacity.

If you liked this episode, remember to...