5 Harmful Myths You Learned In School

28. jan.. 2019
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2. 6 Pillars Of Self Esteem - Nathaniel Branden
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4. Essentialism - Greg McKeown
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6. The War of Art - Stevem Pressfield
7. Influence - Robert Cialdini
8. A New Earth .- Eckhart Tolle
9. Awaken The Giant Within - Tony Robbins
10. Radical Honesty - Brad Blanton

Buckle down and grab your self-development hat…
Today we’re going to BUST some myths.
It’s pretty interesting how counterintuitive the life advice given by our parents, school and society is. Today we will explore some of this advice.
If I didn’t break these beliefs, Charisma On Command wouldn’t have existed...
⏰TIMESTAMPS⏰
0:44 - Myth #1: You Need Credentials
2:34 - Myth #2: Wealthy People Got Good Grades
4:25 - Myth #3: Unlimited Freedom Makes You Happy
5:50 - Myth #4: Your 20s Are The Best Time To Grind
7:35 - Myth #5: People Are Born Artists And Create Art When Inspired
9:10 - Book Recommendations
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Kommentarer
  • I was fortunate to have a professor who would say to the class: Millionaires use arithmetic, math majors look for jobs.

    A WaltonA WaltonMåned siden
  • Another myth: a general business degree from a mediocre school is more practical than an arts degree from a Top-Three school for that art form. The real rags-to-riches stories I know all involved either the arts or time in the military! I'm shocked, too.

    L.W. ParadisL.W. Paradis2 måneder siden
  • I learned more watching this vid than I ever did in grade school altogether, lol

    Matt LudwigMatt Ludwig2 måneder siden
  • I really hope that every medical doctor treating me in any point of my life does have credentials.

    Ana P.Ana P.3 måneder siden
  • Plz more books ur amazing!!!

    Anderson PhilipsAnderson Philips5 måneder siden
  • As someone who gets good grades this is very scary. Basically saying that all my hard work means jack sh*t😐

    Luca von MayerLuca von Mayer7 måneder siden
  • I hated school because everything I did was seen as weird or boring. It turns out that after I graduated, my habits were actually good for the real world.

    Aj OrdillasAj Ordillas9 måneder siden
  • Oh God so many troll people on the internet

    TerrificInspectorTerrificInspector9 måneder siden
  • maybe having a degree doesn't bring happiness but when you don't have it it brings unhappiness.when you go somewhere and start working properly and then you are paid less than the others who exactly do the same thing you do because if the manager pay you the same amount others will riot because they have a degree and they thing they deserve more money for it.

    Amir MardyAmir Mardy11 måneder siden
  • I was taught that the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell, while it is actually just an ATP factory.

    Butch The *festive* BullyButch The *festive* Bully11 måneder siden
  • In school if you failed in the exam, you're a failure for the rest of your life

    Yaman SalemYaman SalemÅr siden
  • Tbh School is a waste like if ye dreams involve goin to school go for it

    LofiBoy 733LofiBoy 733År siden
  • Take a gander at The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle, Charlie. Thank you, for all you guys have taught me!!👍🤟🤪

    Tobi-Wan RodriguezTobi-Wan RodriguezÅr siden
  • Finally Fast Lane getting some love!

    Temuge NamjilsurenTemuge NamjilsurenÅr siden
  • Calculus... Good.... What lies is he feeding us?!!

    Collin ShawCollin ShawÅr siden
  • The average person wants over 100 hundred things, a sick person wants 1 thing. Keep your feet on the ground and enjoy life.

    MichaelMichaelÅr siden
  • At least everyone knows that mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell thanks to school.

    Uiros RiosUiros RiosÅr siden
  • What did you do in Brazil?

    jakejoke rjakejoke rÅr siden
  • Could you please upload this video to "Carisma al Instante" (with Spanish subtitles) ???? Thanks!!!

    Magdalena NogueiraMagdalena NogueiraÅr siden
  • don’t tell me this dude good grades are all i have

    claireclaireÅr siden
  • The last myth was really important for me to bust. As a comic, people assume you're just naturally funny. Out of the thousands of jokes I've written in the last year, maybe 10% was actually good. If you want to find gold, you have to dig for it.

    Jake RyanJake RyanÅr siden
  • A myth I learned was that not succeeding in one thing means your not succeeding at all

    Berry’s Antics!Berry’s Antics!År siden
  • I would like to see you make a video when you are in your 40's about these myths

    jj jjjj jjÅr siden
  • The Harmful Myth I learned in School: Being in the highest ranked section means you are smart and are likely to have better jobs ( I'm from the Philippines so our education system is different) TBH as a honor student in a class full of honor students not all the people are smart but they worked hard to be in the section so that they will go into the best schools and get accepted to have a lot of job opportunities. To me determination and sacrifices are the keys to success

    LonLeeJinji is MeLonLeeJinji is MeÅr siden
  • The only youtuber who doesn't edit each 5 seconds

    FoloxFoloxÅr siden
  • I learned that being 'too good' is detrimental. Not that you need to be badly behaved, but it's so important to not be a pushover, or too agreeable. It is so important to stand up for yourself and disagree sometimes. Schools should implement healthy debates more regularly.

    Jules SmithJules SmithÅr siden
  • The problem with making a career out of art is that it'll turn into work. You run the risk of turning something you enjoy into a chore and lose all motivation for it.

    Kevin RuppertKevin RuppertÅr siden
  • Thankyou so much truly inspiring i needed your channel ✨

    Princess KitanaPrincess KitanaÅr siden
  • Next up: How to be skilled at everything

    Usha DaniUsha DaniÅr siden
  • How do you remember what was written in those books?

    Covet01Covet01År siden
  • Credentials are HR's excuse if you fail. You misdirect the meaning of them by thinking of yourself. It's a much bigger risk for the HR person to hire someone without them. We must give respect to people that risk to hire people without creds.

    Georgi GeorgievGeorgi GeorgievÅr siden
  • The it's-not-all-about-getting-credentials thing, that works for some professions, but not for others. If you went to see a MD and they told you they never went to med school, well, I don't know what you would do, but *I* would find another doctor. If you're going into some sort of science, you're going to need the education.

    It's Just BreeIt's Just BreeÅr siden
  • Very good video. The school system has become less important. I would recommend reading "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" and "Why "A" Students Work for "C" Students and Why "B" Students Work for the Government" They both build on this ideology that grades and degrees are not the most important thing in life.

    Caleb PartridgeCaleb PartridgeÅr siden
  • I today started school and cant stand it

    Bryan RigbyBryan RigbyÅr siden
  • I've ditched the idea of university cus I already know how I'm gonna get into the job I want to do. I want to spend my early 20s having fun going places without the restrictions of work.

    Neon_GreenNeon_GreenÅr siden
  • If I try to say this to my mom she will guildtrip me until I pass out

    asgard demasiaasgard demasiaÅr siden
  • Apart from highly technical, medical or scientific fields, getting a degree with worthless. There is no white collar job you can't learn how to perform with a little on the job training. Acquiring a skill is by far the best and most secure method earning a living.

    IslandSoundzIslandSoundzÅr siden
  • “If you don’t think money can but happiness then you don’t know we’re to fucking shop”

    KingXXIKingXXIÅr siden
  • I struggled with my grades so much in my youth because school was boring to me... and that created problems with my parents and they said to me so many times things like "If you don't get good grades, you won't be able to enter a good university and if you don't get a degree, you won't have a good paying and decent job". That made me suffer economically for more than 10 years, as I flunked from the University and never got a degree. I think deep inside I believed that since I never got good grades, or had a degree, what I deserved was... bad paying jobs. Powerful stuff, and it has taken a lot of effort to remove that belief from my being.

    Omi UmaOmi UmaÅr siden
  • Great great great great book list!

    Alexandra ViolaAlexandra ViolaÅr siden
  • As a boss with many employees, i would fire any employee that manifested the behavior recommended in The Four Hour Work Week. That book didn't impress me.

    Par5EaglesPar5EaglesÅr siden
  • Thank you so much. This video is very helpful.

    Ömer BaşÖmer BaşÅr siden
    • ~ Glad you're finding it helpful!

      Charisma on CommandCharisma on CommandÅr siden
  • I thought he was gonna say something different about the 20s. I’m a doctor and I’ve been in school basically until my late 20s and now at 30 I feel like that was a decade wasted for me. Everyone my age is ready to settle down because, like Charlie said, they all made their 20s into something fun, but I feel like I’m just getting stared but it’s too late.

    hipnhappeninhipnhappeninÅr siden
  • The myth I learned was after making 75000/yr happiness doesn't go up. The number is actually 125000/yr.

    Scott BensonScott BensonÅr siden
  • School trains us to be sheep, not the wolf.

    Buddy BoerkoelBuddy BoerkoelÅr siden
  • 0:44 - Myth #1: You Need Credentials 2:34 - Myth #2: Wealthy People Got Good Grades 4:25 - Myth #3: Unlimited Freedom Makes You Happy 5:50 - Myth #4: Your 20s Are The Best Time To Grind 7:35 - Myth #5: People Are Born Artists And Create Art When Inspired 9:10 - Book Recommendations

    WolfGuyWolfGuyÅr siden
  • It’s NOT who you like but who likes you

    Jack SmithJack SmithÅr siden
  • I disagree that good grades don’t lead to success (financially speaking) Good grades are required to attend professional programs like Medicine, Law, and Investment Banking. These are not attainable without high GPAs and pedigree. I see what you’re trying to do, but your advice may misguide younger audiences.

    Shawn SShawn SÅr siden
  • The war of art isn't in audible...

    V. BironV. BironÅr siden
  • The first myth seems to happen in America mostly because education isn't free so universities won't benefit from not having many people in universities.

    sun flowersun flowerÅr siden
  • This is 100% true. My high school English teacher during my Junior year in high school showed up his transcript for his all four years in high school and it was honestly very shitty grades. He became an English teacher and he even got kicked out of English his Junior year. Mostly D’s and maybe one or two C’s for every class every year. Then he got D’s and F’s his Senior year. And he considers himself successful. And if you consider yourself successful, then that is success.

    Homeboy_BrandoHomeboy_BrandoÅr siden
  • The greatest myth I learned was "To do what you loved and don't consider the money. If you go to a job you love then that's all that matters." I wish I had aimed for the highest paying job no matter how much I liked it. By making the money, you are able to do what you love on your own terms. You're quality of life is higher. You're needs are met. You're able to save for the future.

    AnonymousAnonymousÅr siden
  • You came ot Brazil? Is there a video on that story?

    Arthur MorganiArthur MorganiÅr siden
  • I thank god i dont have to wait for an ad to end to come read the comments

    TH CTH CÅr siden
  • Marketing is a key to success

    daou jadddaou jaddÅr siden
  • Omg !!!! You are the best And you described my life, I don't have degrees too and I started my own business at the age of 19 . Thank you so much

    Ara colqueAra colqueÅr siden
  • You should do a video with chris Farley as the example

    The Brandon RisnerThe Brandon RisnerÅr siden
  • Great video! I've found that some professors aren't spreading these myths anymore. They're sharing similar bits of wisdom as you

    Mitchell SMitchell SÅr siden
  • Myth: reading self-help books will make you rich

    Martin LotzMartin LotzÅr siden
  • Discovering Charisma on Command was the best thing that ever happened in my life.

    Music With BobMusic With BobÅr siden
  • Thank you for doing what you do

    Taylor TimbrookTaylor TimbrookÅr siden
  • Apparently missing a lot of school makes you have bad grades...wrong. I'm a straight A student and I've missed like 25 days of school, but because it doesn't affect my grades I basically get away with it

    Selena WarrenSelena WarrenÅr siden
  • no way sherlock

    SubSubÅr siden
  • You know I'm in grade 10 I do physics and the rest of the sciences purely cause I wanna I know that school is not gonna make your life in future automatically better so Luckily I already knew this so yknow I can make smarter decisions as in fuck college and University lmao

    GrassEaTerGrassEaTerÅr siden
  • Even though it's not offered to a lot of high schools, I had no idea what I wanted to do, so I took business classes, clerical as in typing, business English, accounting/bookkeeping, etc so when I got out I would have some things to work with. I don't know why this was looked down upon and Votech, which I wanted to go for data processing which would have meant a lot in today's market. My mother wanted me to go to college and refused to allow me to learn to do something, you know, skills. Also, a degree in the 80s and 90s meant something more than it does now. However, having skills such as clerical and votech can really help.

    Shannon ReynoldsShannon ReynoldsÅr siden
  • The books he actually recommends in the video (not the ones in the description atm): 1. The prosperous coach 2. The millionaire fastlane 3. Stumbling on happiness 4. The 4-hour workweek 5. The war of art

    Shafer HartShafer HartÅr siden
  • CHARISMA BREAKDOWN IDEA: Cap'n Jack Sparrow

    Mitchell CoxMitchell CoxÅr siden
  • I’ve been binge watching all your vids and I love your channel so far!!! New sub 😎

    Francis Tyler CaldFrancis Tyler CaldÅr siden
  • Could you do a video about being charismatic and magnetic when you're not physically attractive.

    AceRidesBikesAceRidesBikesÅr siden
  • You look like the guy from the Netflix show You.

    Jesse BoutJesse BoutÅr siden
  • I learned way more than 5 my friends...

    Great VibesGreat VibesÅr siden
  • I have a problem and i wanna know what to do. Hung out last night with this cute girl i knew from around and her friend and my friend. We went out to eat after an even where we saw each other and it honestly went very well. (We are all high school seniors btw) My friend was proud of me because i actually got the girls to go out and by the end of the night it was super relaxed and i could be myself. My friend said i should casually her the next day but im only getting one word replies. Its totally different from when im in person with her and i want to have a conversation and keep in touch i just dont know how. I watch a lot of your videos and i thought you could help with this situation. How do i go about approaching this situation?

    Bobby_DweckBobby_DweckÅr siden
  • "...and stop doing those things you've been told to do." Exactly how I live my life, and I'm happy every day.

    FlowUrbanFlowFlowUrbanFlowÅr siden
  • Here is another business model: 1) Mary and have kids young, 2) Hold an ordinary job and support the family, 3) Make it big in your 40’s. This way you have energy to raise the kids, form a bond with them and the wife can recover better from childbirth and still look sexy after. Faroese style!

    DanDanÅr siden
  • Myth: It only gets better.

    FruityPebsFruityPebsÅr siden
  • I would say one of the biggest myths is that wealth equals success. I wanted to be successful my whole life, but since I didn't have any specific goals, I also thought wealth would be it. That's not how it works though, I never really cared so much about money, I just wanted success so probably even if I got rich I would not have felt successful. For there to be success, there has to be a goal.

    DesimereDesimereÅr siden
  • I'm in a great dilemma... I haven't watched the video yet, but my final board exams are coming and I want to do good in it. Should I watch this video or not?

    KanvaKanvaÅr siden
  • Your going to Brazil story definitely reminded me of the intro of four hour work week when the author asks the question on what’s the worst possible thing that could happen if he went backpacking in another country. Thanks for the recommendation for the book I’m loving it so far. I’m barely one chapter in but I know I’m gonna love it

    your keto best friendyour keto best friendÅr siden
  • make a video about Attitude.

    Joshua VilllarosaJoshua VilllarosaÅr siden
  • The Latin community doesn’t have a choice but ACTUALLY get good grades

    ArcTitanArcTitanÅr siden
  • Here's the thing... good grades (and going to university) don't equal success, but they improve your odds tremendously! So please... stop with the "good grades are not that important" thing.

    Manuel Cunha RochaManuel Cunha RochaÅr siden
  • Holy fuck this channel has grown like crazy since I was last here haha, good job Charlie, that's awesome you deserve all your success mate!!

    Pamela MertzPamela MertzÅr siden
  • can you do a tyson fury (the boxer) breakdown? he is very charismatic

    Long JohnLong JohnÅr siden
  • Think about publishing your own Charisma book?

    MartinBalanagMartinBalanagÅr siden
    • ~ We do have one on Amazon called "Charisma on Command". Feel free to check it out. :-)

      Charisma on CommandCharisma on CommandÅr siden
  • Agree man! i read Rich Dad Poor Dad when i was 20, an that book click with me it was at first like enter a new world and I try to follow some of the advices, and i failed a lot, an then realize after earning some money that yeah what matters is what you do with your time an how you spend it, rather than how much you earn.

    Diego CastilloDiego CastilloÅr siden
  • Agreed! Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Ma were dropouts or rejected by prestige universities. School teaches compliance and fear of failure - the exact opposite of what’s needed to succeed in the world.

    DanDanÅr siden
  • I got into my field without a degree, just practiced the craft long enough. I sometimes get asked about my formal education and often it seems to blow minds that you can actually not get one. I mean getting a job you want without grinding a degree for a few years first? We are conditioned to think that it's impossible or at least achievable only by the likes of Bill Gates, unique and brilliant people. And I'm just a regular dude.

    Michał BaronMichał BaronÅr siden
  • Harmful myths I learned in school was pewdiepie was a zombie nazi

    Do_not_care 00Do_not_care 00År siden
  • I’m a 15 high school student and I have a huge favor to ask, could you make a video on filtering friends? I’m at the point with people to where I only truly consider about 2 or 3 people my friends. I tell myself it’s ok but I know in reality there has to be something done about it. But at the same time, I don’t wanna be a jerk about it. I would appreciate it COMPLETELY if you made a video on picking out who is fake, and who is trustworthy, essentially filtering them. Thanks.

    Raven CurtsingerRaven CurtsingerÅr siden
  • Stop making me buy all these books! lol Actually thanks for the recommendation.

    TheRoseWitchTheRoseWitchÅr siden
  • 7:00, spot on. Needed that, cheers

    Connor WildeConnor WildeÅr siden
  • this video topic is 1000 percent on point!!! thank you for this.

    Johnny FantazticJohnny FantazticÅr siden
    • ~ Glad you're digging it, Johnny!

      Charisma on CommandCharisma on CommandÅr siden
  • Ok but why did u say calculus is one of the good things we learn in school?

    CrazypopCrazypopÅr siden
    • Jokes twas a good video

      CrazypopCrazypopÅr siden
  • My life lessons : Stay away from people who say The masses..... having a degree...... The top one percent...... Here in my garage ....... I read one book a day...... School didn't thought you....... There are 'x' type of people and I know them all...

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  • Second point is what every one says after reading rich dad poor dad

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  • A myth is that the “Real world” is harder or even a thing. if you didn’t have any hardships growing up then it was easier to focus on school and then feel a culture shock when you finally leave and move out but that isnt the case for a lottttt of people

    Jay DrakJay DrakÅr siden
  • *Please make a video on Thomas Shelby from the Peaky Blinders !*

    CheesusCheesusÅr siden
  • The myth I learned in school was that they would be the best years of my life.

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  • One is that I needed it Btw I didn’t and nobody does unless you want to be a doctor or something like that

    Cameron WicalCameron WicalÅr siden
  • Most rich people have rich perants. Marks, mindsets, everything.

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