Victory Lap
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“Would You rather be at war with yourself and at peace with the world, or at peace with yourself and at war with the world?”— Nipsey Hussle On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss “Victory Lap” Here we breakdown a few lyrics from our favorite album of the year-- Victory Lap. Nipsey Hussle’s debut album and the most recently nominated Grammy for “Best Rap Album”. Here, the lyrics serve as the narrator of Nathan’s entrepreneurial journey for the past 4 months. Tune in as we discuss Imposter Syndrome, betting on yourself, the abundance mindset,  Nathan losing $14,000, the two versions of America, and more.

Time Stamped Topics:

  • [4:22] - Pouring Into Yourself/ Imposter Syndrome
  • [13:30] - Questioning the Process / Being Patient  
  • [17:40] - The Importance of Planning  
  • [27:50] - Developing an Abundance Mindset
  • [41:45] - Reinvest in the Business: Keep Betting
  • [46:50] - Risk Taking vs Living in Fear
  • [52:20] -  Speaking Things Into Existence?
  • [56:40] -  Losing $14,000 on a Deal

The BYLU Takeaways:

  • Create a plan but be open to the process and timing
  • Speaking into instance does not mean the absence of action.
  • Your success as an entrepreneur is dependant upon the quality of your support system
  • When you take action failure is introduced.
  • Don’t let the short-term financial needs cause you to go astray from your purpose


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