Michael Johnson is a Business Mindset Consultant who has helped thousands of entrepreneurs learn the necessary tools to find their superpowers, upgrade their emotional operating systems, and deal with the challenges of life and business.
Feel Good challenge – It’s time to learn to feel good. Are you up for the challenge?
3 Value Bombs
1) It is your right to feel good. Take control and learn how to feel good from the inside out.
2) Our emotional operating system governs how we feel and how we respond to the things going on in the world.
3) Nobody outside of yourself has the control to go into your internal system and make you feel anything.
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Today’s Audio MASTERCLASS: Upgrading Your Emotional Operating System for the 21st Century with Michael A. Johnson.
[1:12] – Michael shares something he believes about being successful that most people disagree with.
- The skill set of mechanics aren’t as important as the skillset of the mindset.
[1:57] – Michael talks about Majic for Life.
- For artists, dancers, and creative art – it represents their soul through art and creativity.
- For athletes – it represents their heart and soul that helps them find that zone.
- For entrepreneurs – it represents the balance and alignment of mind, body, and soul.
[3:25] – What is a LIFER?
- A lifer is someone who is in it for life
- L is to learn thyself. You’ve got to learn what and who you are – and how you operate.
- I is to imagine the possibilities. We have to get into the place where we can imagine what’s possible.
- F is to free your mind. We’ve got to get to a place where we are open and we are free from the constraints of past generations and limiting beliefs.
- E is to engage your soul. The feeling inside out is the most important thing.
- R is to represent our experience. We have to look at what we’re experiencing and represent it in a way that we want to see it. R also stands for re-present – don’t live so far away in the future or the past.
[6:46] – Why is it so important that we upgrade our emotional operating system?
- Now is the time that we can say something and get that message across the world instantaneously.
- We have so much bombarding us with media and this ability to have instant access to the entire world.
- The need to upgrade our emotional operating system has become massive because we have to learn how to manage our own emotions from the inside out.
- Our emotional operating system governs how we feel and how we respond to the things going on in the world.
[14:13] – What does Michael mean by “we do our emotions.”
- Nobody outside of yourself has the control to go into your internal system and make you feel anything.
- Understand how to turn on and turn off the emotions.
- We have so many stories and representations in our world that prove to us that somebody with no arms and no legs can live a healthy and extremely happy life – because they learned to give meaning to their situation.
[16:47] – What can we do today to start upgrading this emotional operating system that we’re all dealing with?
- We have to realize, actualize, internalize, and finalize.
- Every day you have a choice to make something a little better or a little worse.
- We have to create our first SOP for emotions and our mindset.
[21:41] – Michael talks about the “Feel Good Challenge.”
- It’s all about learning how to feel good. We are all human, and we all have this challenge of how to feel good on a regular basis.
- We need our emotions because these are our navigation system for us to lead a beautiful life full of amazing experiences. We deserve to be able to feel good.
- If you only ever feel good because of something that happened outside of you, you’re headed down a really dangerous path.
[26:58] – Michael’s key takeaway and call to action for Fire Nation.
- It is your right to feel good. Take control and learn how to feel good from the inside out!
- Sign up for the Feel Good Challenge and it will change your life forever!
Lights that spark Fire Nation. JLD here with an amazing conversation about upgrading your emotional operating system for the 21st century to drop these value bombs. I brought Michael Johnson on the mic. He is a business mindset consultant who has helped thousands of entrepreneurs to learn the necessary tools, to find their superpowers, upgrade their emotional operating systems in deal with the challenges of life and business. And today for our nation, we'll be talking about your emotional operating system and why it might need an upgrade. We're going to talk about it pretty controversial topic, which you'll be hearing later. And the first step you can take right now to upgrade your emotional operating system and so much more.
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Michael say what's up to Fire Nation. And what is something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with
Fire Nation, Michael Johnson here. I'm excited to be here with you guys.
1 (1m 35s):
You know, one of the things that I believe about finding success and being successful is that the skill set of mechanics aren't as important as the skillset of the mindset. And so many people rely and fall back on the mechanics, but, but the mindset really is where it all comes back.
0 (1m 56s):
Mindset, Fire Nation. It starts between the years, you know this, and we're talking about upgrading your emotional operating system for the 21st century. So let's start off by talking about your personal development company called Majic For Life. What is Majic For Life all about?
1 (2m 16s):
Well, through the years, Majic For Life has kind of come to mean a lot of different things. For a lot of people. I have been privileged to work with artists and dancers and the creative arts. And for them, it represents the ability to share their souls through their art and through their creativity for the athletes that I've worked with, it re represents their heart and soul that kind of helps them find that zone, that one zone place that all of our athletes are trying to get to. And for my entrepreneurs, it represents the balance and alignment of the body, the mind, and the soul that inspires us to uplift those that we're privileged to impact and lead through all of these crazy ups and downs and our experience that we go through.
1 (2m 56s):
So, you know, through the years that that Majic name for our company has come to sort of have its own little acronym. We say move and motivate, align, and allow joy in the journey inside out inspiration and create with clarity. And it sort of kind of keeps us on path and on track to be able to remember what Majic For Life is really all about.
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I call my listeners Fire Nation. I mean, people who are listening to this podcast right now, I lovingly refer to them as Fire Nation. And my artist is all about lifestyle, freedom, location, independence, financial freedom, and fulfillment. You Michael, call your tribe lifers. So I'm kind of curious, what is a lifer and what is being a lifer all about life?
1 (3m 43s):
There is a sort of a fond name that I came about with one of my early mentors. And she pulled me aside and said, you know, that that client that you have, you know, they're a lifer, right? And I said, well, what do you mean? And she pointed out that they were in for life. They were, they were going to follow me to the ends of time. They're going to be a client forever. And, and one of the things I did at that point was learn about what made them so passionate about continuing and following the path and being on track to attain their goals. And so lifer stands for learn thyself. That's from the very beginnings of, of philosophy with Socrates and you, you've got to get inside, you've got to learn what you're about and who you are about and how you operate.
1 (4m 33s):
And then the, I stands for imagine the possibilities we have to get into a place where we can imagine what could be possible because the things that exist in our world today, we're a far cry from even imagined from most people, you know, even a century ago. So we have to be able to get in and imagine the possibilities and the F stands for free your mind. We've got to get to a place where we are open, and we have freed our mind from the constraints of past generations, the constraints of our own limiting beliefs. And that's a process you have to get in and free your mind. We then move to the E, which stands for engage your soul.
1 (5m 15s):
We have to get to this moment in time where we start to realize that the feeling the inside out is the most important thing, how we feel, how we are engaging our soul every day will determine what we observe. It'll determine what we experience in our world. And that leads us to the last one, which is our, and I usually capitalize that R because it stands for a couple of things we have to re present our experience. And that means two things. One, we have to start to look at what we're experiencing and represent it in the way that we want to see it, not the way that everybody else wants us to see it, but the way we choose to live our lives, the way we choose to feel.
1 (5m 57s):
And it also for re present, we've got to get present again. So many people are living so far in the future or so far in the past, and they are their past. We have to get re present again. And so to be a lifer means to embody these things and to be on a continuous journey that allows us to remember, we are lifers we're in this for the long haul, and we're going to do these things on a regular basis.
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When you said free your minds, I could not help, but thinking of that great Envogue song free
1 (6m 31s):
Ma and the
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Rest will follow. And I was just like, Oh, that's the perfect words right there for your minds. And the rest will follow and Fire Nation. So many of us need to do just that we need to free our minds and then the rest will follow. And of course, all the other letters and all the other words and descriptions you used for lifer were, was so powerful for very obvious reasons. So really appreciate you sharing that. And I want to talk specifically about our emotional operating system and why we need to upgrade it in the 21st century. Well, you know, there's
1 (7m 5s):
This interesting thing happening with the pandemic and with all this stuff going around, we're in an unprecedented time, but not of necessarily the pandemic, it's a time where we can say something and get that message across the world instantaneously. And that means that in this 21st century, our message can get broadcast to everybody. But that also means that we can be influenced by messages coming at us left and right from this person and that person, this political view, that political view, this idea of living in this way, that, or an idea that that way of living is no good.
1 (7m 48s):
So we have so much bombarding us with media and with this ability to have instant access to the entire world. And so the need for upgrading our emotional operating system has become massive because we have to learn how to manage our own emotions from the inside out and what we've accidentally. And I mean, I like to look at the world as a very positive place. I think there are a lot of really amazing things happening for goodness sakes, the world spins, and we don't have to do anything about it. The sun rises and sets, and we don't do anything about it. It just happens. So there are a lot, there's lots of good going on in the world. So this emotional operating system is our own internal operating system, much like our operating system on our phone.
1 (8m 34s):
We all know that when we get an operating system on our phone, that needs an update, our phone starts acting slow. It starts acting weird and we start to freak out about it. And then we go, well, okay, I should do this. Well, my wife came to me the other day. She said, can you help me update my phone? It's just not working the way it needs to. I look in, there's an update. That's been there for like two months. It's been sitting her phone. And so as I look at it, I realize, okay, well, we just have to install this new update to get your phone working better. Again, as we look, there's no space, there's no space. She says all her videos and pictures and everything she wanted to keep from the past on her phone. I said, well, we have to get rid of some of this.
1 (9m 14s):
She's like, but I don't want to. Those are all my memories. Those are all the things that I've brought with me. I said, well, if we don't get rid of some of this, we can't update the operating system. And so finally we download all her pictures. We get them all off. We update the operating system. It took a whole bunch of space. And then all of a sudden you're thinking great. I did it. I upgraded my operating system. Now what? Now she comes back to me and complains that everything's in a different place and everything works differently and she doesn't know how to use it. So then she has to go through the learning curve of dealing with this new operating system. So our emotional operating system basically governs how we feel, how we respond to the things that are going on in our world.
1 (9m 56s):
The information that's coming in gives us knowledge of what's going on around us, but we get to interpret it. And our ability to interpret it, actually wasn't taught to us along the way. We didn't learn it in elementary school. We didn't learn it in middle school or high school or even college. There weren't any classes teaching us how to use our emotional operating system. And, and I got to a point where I just felt like, gosh, you know what? It is time for us to learn how to use this operating system. Now that causes challenges because for some people they have so much of their space blocked up. They don't have any space to put in. And that was where that lifer idea came in of, of free your mind.
1 (10m 38s):
You have to open up some space. Once you download that new operating system on how to use your emotions, how to use your ability to feel and give meaning to the experiences that you're having. Now, all of a sudden you have this new operating system and most people come back and say, Oh my gosh, I don't know how to use it. What do I do with it now? And so this is why right now in today's world with so much bombarding us, we have to learn how to use our own internal operating system to take our life to the next level so that we're not being run by our external forces and things outside of us. But we're actually being run by our own stuff from the inside
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1 (13m 56s):
No, I've come across this subject so much, and I've taught it through the years with so many of my clients in so many of the people I've been privileged to help get to that next level. And whenever I say we do our emotions, it's a S it's a slightly strange way of talking about it. But what we mean by that is that nobody can stick their hand inside your head and squeeze the hypothalamus gland in the back of your head and say, you must be happy. You must be sad. Nobody can do that. Nobody outside of yourself has the control to go into your internal system physically or otherwise and make you feel anything.
1 (14m 38s):
So, one of part of our creed is that no one can make me feel anything and no thing can make me feel anything. I do that work. I do the job of making me feel something. So then how do I do that? Well, I do that by actually going in and understanding how to turn on an emotion or turn off an emotion. And I always tease and say, well, if I can teach you how to turn on an emotion, then you clearly have a representation now that you can turn it off. And that tends to be a bit controversial. A lot of people, you know, lash back at me at times and say, well, gosh, you can't turn that off. If I'm feeling this way, there's no way to turn it off. Well, the thing is is that you gave it the meaning and yes, it may be hard and yes, it may be a challenge.
1 (15m 22s):
And yes, there may be some work for you to learn how to give it different meaning. But we have so many stories. We have so many representations in our world that proved to us that somebody who has no arms and no legs can live a healthy, happy life and be extremely happy because they've learned to give meaning to their situation that others could not have given, but they learned how to do it. They learned how to take their world, give it the meaning that they felt was best and it was best for them. And that in itself proves over and over again that we can indeed do our emotions. Now, I'm not saying it's easy and I'm not saying that there isn't work to be done, but we do indeed do our own emotions.
1 (16m 4s):
And we do have control and it's time really for people to start working on taking back that control.
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Personally, I like specific advice. Fire Nation likes specific advice. So Michael, what are some things that we can start doing today, like literally today to start upgrading this emotional operating system that we're all dealing with,
1 (16m 28s):
Start by sort of mapping out what we're going to talk about. I believe there are four things that we really got to keep our focus on. We're going to realize actualize, internalize and finalize. I love the eyes, right? Cause it helps us see. So, so we're going to start with realize the first thing here is we, I teach this concept for better or worse, and we all know those words, right, for better or worse comes with a contract that we sign for all time and eternity, right? And that contract is usually in a marriage. And what we typically forget is to make this contract between our conscious mind and our subconscious mind. If we can sit down and have that conversation with ourselves, which isn't weird, you're not strange.
1 (17m 9s):
You're not crazy. If you're talking to yourself, you have that conversation. You say, listen, I, no matter what have a choice, no matter what to make something a little better or a little worse, every moment, every day, every second, every minute I have a choice to make it a little better or a little worse. I'm going to choose as often as I possibly can to make it a little better. And it doesn't have to be a lot better, could just be a little better. And that's the first part. That's the real realization portion. We are realizing that, Hey, we have a choice. So that's number one. Number two, we go into actualize. And this is where we talked a little bit about that. Upgrade to our system.
1 (17m 50s):
And so we have to download that update. We have to start the process of downloading that update. That means we gotta find our books. We gotta find our coaches. We gotta find our podcasts, our masterminds, that we're going to sign up for our courses, that we're going to take our challenges that we're going to do. We've got to find these things and we have to start the process of downloading the update. Now, of course, there's a lot that comes with that because as we said earlier, if there's no space for it, you're out of luck. So we have to get to that point where we're downloading the update. And that is a huge piece. Now, number three, we go into an internalize state. We want to get it inside. We have to start actually doing the update, not just downloading it.
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I think a lot of people get stuck in this phase where they go, Oh, I just got this new book and I read the whole thing and it was amazing, but they never actually start the update. So we have to create time every day that you commit to being selfish. Yeah. I said it, it's the crazy thing. You have to be selfish. Selfish comes first. And I know that might also be a little bit of a bee in people's bonnets, but we have to put on the oxygen mask first. They say it on the plane. Every time we get on why? Well, because at a certain hype in the air when you're flying as fixation I can't even say it now.
1 (20m 58s):
as fixation I can't see it either. I just lost it. I can normally say it. as fixation. I hope someday I'll be able to say it, but that kicks in within seconds. Put your oxygen mask on first and you try to be the hero. Save the people next to you. You'll be dead before you even can get the mask on at all. So it's really, really Valiant and people are really heroic and I get it, but we don't have to be martyrs. We can put our own oxygen mask on first and we can make sure we are sound and solid. And that's where we start to update that, that download that we just took in. We have to start taking the time every day to commit to being selfish. We have to get ourselves better. We have to make time for that. And then four, we have to finalize. We have to create our first for many of us, our first SOP for our emotions and our mindset as business owners and entrepreneurs, we create SLPs all the time for business. In fact, one of my mentors says that if you do something three times, then you need to create an SOP for it. Now SOP stands for Standard Operating Procedure in case you didn't know it. Right. And what I find fascinating is that we will create SLPs for our VA's our executive assistants for all the people in our company, our system are, our employees will create SLPs for everything. But when it comes to our emotions and mindset, we tend to forget to create SLPs. We need our standard operating procedures to make sure that we are track to attain our personal legend. And unless we set up those SLPs, it won't happen. Right? What you focus on grows. And we know that. And so we have to set these SLPs up.
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Are you ready for this brother? I looked it up as fixation. Yes.
1 (21m 2s):
As as fixation man, I kept, I can say it, but today it just, you got me nervous jazz
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as fixation and let's end it with a bang. Michael, you have a challenge called The Feel Good Challenge. Tell us more.
1 (21m 16s):
The Feel-Good Challenge is going to be rocking. We are starting soon. So by the time you hear this, it'll be right around the corner. And The Feel-Good Challenge is all about learning. How to feel good. Now at first, and maybe at face value, it seems like this isn't that big of a deal, but really, truly, if you think about it, how often do you spend in your day not feeling good. You look at some of the most successful people in the world and you go, well, gosh, I really want to be like them. I really want to do what they're doing. I really want to have the success they're having. And they look so happy.
1 (21m 57s):
And in many instances that is true, but we are all human. And we all have this challenge of feeling good on a regular basis. And that could be anything from feeling stuck, feeling lost, confused, sad, depressed. Those are all things we experience frustrated, angry. But how much of that are you doing on purpose? You see all of our emotions have a place. They all have a lovely spot in our world. So to say that you shouldn't ever be sad is not a sensical. You know, it just doesn't actually jive. We need our emotions, the dark emotions and the light emotions, because these emotions are a navigation system for us to be able to lead a wonderful and beautiful life full of amazing experiences.
1 (22m 49s):
And we deserve each of us each and every one of you deserve to be able to feel good and not just accidentally and not just externally. Cause this is huge. If you only ever feel good because of something that happened outside of you, you're headed down a really, really dangerous path. You see, the media has taught us to rely on our outside experiences to tell us how we should feel and things like death, worry, fear, sadness, depression, all of these different emotions that are really just navigational indicators for our life.
1 (23m 29s):
Those things we've been told how to feel. We've been told what we should be doing. We should we've been told how we should react. And those are things you can figure out for yourself. Those are things that if you do the work, you can learn from the inside out how to feel sad on purpose, how to feel angry on purpose. They all have their appropriate time and their appropriate place. You can also learn to feel happy and I'm not talking the happy that when you go to Disneyland, everything's like, woo, yay. And maybe a little bit fake. I'm talking about the happy that isn't excited and bubbly. I'm just talking about the normal calm. I am content and peaceful and happy with my life and with what I'm doing, learning how to feel good is what that's all about.
1 (24m 19s):
Now. Here's the thing. This challenge is set up for 21 days. And so it's a nice a 21 day challenge. And in that 21 days, what you're going to learn is you're going to learn how to feel good on purpose, on demand and from the inside out. And so if you can imagine a little teeter-totter in your mind right now, right? And you got two people on each side, if one person's heavier, it just sits all the way down to that one side. And it doesn't Teeter totter back and forth. What we want to do is we want to find a balance and an alignment within ourselves where we can actually choose to be happy on purpose. Now, when I say happy, I'm using happy as the represent representing emotion. If you want to feel sad on purpose, that actually is part of your happy.
1 (25m 1s):
You may be choosing to feel sad on purpose. When my grandfather passed away, I wanted to feel sad on purpose, but I also understood it well enough that I could turn it off when I was done. And that's something that so many people don't have the skill for it. We haven't been taught, right? We want to have on demand, access to our emotions and our feelings. We want to then move to the internal side of how we feel. Not the external. We can all go binge-watch friends. I totally get it. I've done it too. And yeah, that might make us feel good for a little bit, but we have to learn how to feel good from the inside out, not from the outside in. And what we want to do is we're going to learn how to get all of those resources prepared and learned over that 21 days so that you can feel good on purpose, on demand and from the inside out.
1 (25m 52s):
And so this is really what the feel-good challenge is all about. It's going to be a blast. We're going to meet every day for 21 days. We're going to really upgrade your internal operating system so that your emotions are yours to control
Fire Nation. That concept of feeling sad on purpose.
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I hope that's resonating with you because it's resonating with me. I mean, there's some times when you need to give yourself permission to not feel on fire, to not feel super happy, to not feel like life is perfect, but to just let it feel how it's supposed to feel in that moment, because that's okay. So Michael, in just a couple sentences, and I'm going to challenge you here, brother, a couple of sentences. What is the one takeaway you want to make sure that we get from this entire chat today, give us a final call to action about where we can find out more about you and your awesome stuff. And then we'll say goodbye, listen,
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It's your right to feel good, right? And as a pursuit of happiness is your right it's time to take back control, learn how to feel good from the inside out. And you can do that by going over to TakeTheFeelGoodChallenge.com/fire. And you'll find the information to sign up for the feel-good challenge. And we're going to change your life forever.
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Change your life forever. Michael doesn't make bold statements unless you actually consider that a bold statement. So your nation, you're the average of the five people you spend the most time with. And hello. You've been hanging out with MJ and JLD today. So let's keep up that heat and head over to EOFire.com type in Michael in the search bar. And the show notes page will pop up for everything we chatted about today. Best show notes in the biz, EOFire.com. Michael, thank you for sharing your truth, your knowledge, your value with Fire Nation today, for that we salute you and we'll catch you on the flip side. Hey, Fire Nation today's value bomb content was brought to you by Michael Johnson. If you're ready to rock your own podcast, check out our free podcasting course, where I teach you how to create and launch your podcast for free FreePodcastCourse.com I will catch you there, or I'll catch you on the flip side.
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