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Peter: It`s beautiful. Katie Byron, who is also in this podcast, talks about her four questions, and her second question is, “How do I know it`s true?” And that seems to be a very relevant question. If you say, “I`m ugly” or “I`m weak.” It`s true? You could even say, “Yes, I probably think that`s true” because they were convinced. They were domesticated. It`s your belief system. The following question: “How do I know this is true?” Help you challenge this next hypothesis. You can recognize this name because he is the author of one of the most influential books of spirituality of our time. I met don Miguel to discuss how we can transform these four chords into our lifestyle, from our children being harassed, up to more, and what is really important in life. Peter: If you`re a small child, if you`re two, three, four years old, it`s a matter of life and death, which means that if I take away my love for my child, they need it to survive, so it`s not just an opinion that goes with a punishment or a reward; It`s really a matter of life and death. For the beginning of the new year, we discuss mutual aid with Don Miguel Ruiz`s best-selling book, The Four Agreements. Fitness guru and author Alec Penix comes to this discussion the Stacks Book Club. The book sets up four pillars that we must follow in order to live a happier and freer life.

There are no spoilers today, so come and see us for this conversation about personal growth and self-love. Peter: That`s good. The fourth agreement, the last agreement: always do your best. Miguel: Perfect, and so we create a masterpiece of [inaudible 00:10:54], which is the story of our life because we create history, we create our own reality. We create our own world, and because we create this world with conditions, with a conditional love for ourselves, we can say that we create our personal hell or our personal heaven. As soon as we see what the problem is, I offer the solution, which is those four agreements. If you are the artist who creates your own world, which is a masterpiece, you must be impeccable with your world, because you will create your reality with your world [Crosstalk 00:11:40] with the world, then the story will be wonderful. You create your own personal sky. Peter: And a little later in this podcast, in this conversation, I want to talk about this very particular point, because from a communicative point of view, I think you`re doing this brilliantly, that you`re writing a book that can really reach a very large group of people, regardless of education, regardless of prior knowledge, in a way that affects people. So I`d like to talk in a minute about how you did this trial.

Before I do that, let`s talk about the book itself, and you start talking about the problem that requires us to have these four agreements, and that problem is related to what you call the domestication of people. Can only talk about a small amount of money? Peter: Welcome to the Bregman Leadership podcast. I`m Peter Bregman, your host and CEO of Bregman Partners. This podcast is part of my mission to help them get massive traction on the most important things. We are honoured to have Don Miguel Ruiz with us today. He wrote the number one bestseller, the Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom. Miguel just told me that the book was on the New York Times bestseller list for seven years, but it came back 20 years later and became number one on the New York Times bestseller list.