LeBron James: How To Become Exceptional

17. des.. 2018
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Lebron James is a legend and he never fails to impress the world with his next level plays
However, there’s so much more to Lebron than how he dunks and dribbles on court
Today we’re going to talk about Lebron’s charisma and mindsets and how we can learn from him as a leader

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0:22 - Point #1: Turning Challenges Into Motivation
2:12 - Point #2: Focus On Your Locus Of Control
3:06 - Point #3: Don’t Obsess Over Vanity Metrics
4:40 - Point #4: A Philosophy That Is System Oriented
5:34 - Point #5: Leaders Make It About Other People
6:44 - How To Make Amazing First Impressions
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  • ...and now

    August WilloughbyAugust Willoughby15 dager siden
  • 1. The ability to *transform challenges* into something motivating 2. Focus on your *locus of control* 3. Don't get caught up in *vanity metrics* 4. A philosophy that is *process and systems oriented* -> The score takes care of itself.

    Luis BerenguerLuis Berenguer8 måneder siden
  • It would be an improvement if you quickly showed the 4 tips at the end of the video.

    Luis BerenguerLuis Berenguer8 måneder siden
  • Disagree how this man takes on learning and challenges. I feel like it takes away from the meaning of winning. People focusing on the victory can still win.

    [GD] Annoe[GD] Annoe9 måneder siden
  • This helps me a lot !🙏🏾

    Gregg VernetGregg Vernet10 måneder siden
  • He's a Satanist an illuminati member, i don't trust him.

    Vaskar SigmaVaskar Sigma10 måneder siden
  • this didnt age well did it. Lebron now is against human rights

    minimini11 måneder siden
  • You can post this vid again but re-name it: learn how sarcasm works. 🤣🤣

    MADZMADZÅr siden
  • Honestly I had no idea he was this kind of person. He seems like a great man and leader!

    Avina FilmsAvina FilmsÅr siden
  • Damn. Throwin that shade on Westbrook hahaha

    Thao TranThao TranÅr siden
  • LeBron isn’t charismatic, though. He is just a good athlete. He throws his teammates under the bus when things don’t go his way. He whines.

    Banana FanafoferryBanana FanafoferryÅr siden
  • i clicked off once he said lebron almost never argues with the refs

    poop dealerpoop dealerÅr siden
  • He is 6'8 with supernatural genes. If he wasnt the person he is it would be a disappointment. If I wasn't 5'5 freshman and instead 6'2 like him i would be a phenom to

    Noah SylvesterNoah SylvesterÅr siden
  • I would love it if you'd do a video analyzing Charlize Theron. Her personality is pretty dominant and sarcastic but can come off as intimidating and can leave people divided. Some think she's charming and charismatic which other's think she's being bitchy or insulting. I'm very curious about what you think

    savagenature1savagenature1År siden
  • video on Howard Stern pls

    Insomnia322Insomnia322År siden
  • Isnt Lebron James the one who pretends to get hit and purposely falls over whenever someone gets too close to him during a game, even when they didn't touch him?

    Lynx StormsLynx StormsÅr siden
  • lebron is the best GM, the knicks should pay him to trade for them

    cuzmariosaidsocuzmariosaidsoÅr siden
  • Sprite Cranberry?

    Chef JaylinChef JaylinÅr siden
  • why you gotta shit on westbrook like that

    Ikome CheforIkome CheforÅr siden
  • God doesn't put you in situations you can't handle. So True!!

    Frank Mack IIFrank Mack IIÅr siden
  • great video. LeBron is the GOAT

    Mulatto WorldMulatto WorldÅr siden
  • 3:21 damn you didn't have to call Westbrook out like that! lol I'm the biggest Bron fan but he deft. pads his stats at times

    Oleg POleg PÅr siden
  • Love this channel but there are so many problems with this video. LeBron is an amazing athlete/specimen but a reluctant competitor and a poor leader. The mere fact that he calls himself the GOAT yet throws his teammates under the bus anytime the team fails to reach expectations, that just screams poor leadership. I will not be looking to this man as an example of how to treat my colleagues.

    Enoka 'AkaEnoka 'AkaÅr siden
  • nice one.. good insights

    CollideTVCollideTVÅr siden
  • First of all you need to be able to control the narrative and make everyone believe that you are the goat like LeBron did...

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  • Lebron doesn’t like fucking challenges. He joins his challengers.

    jay scottjay scottÅr siden
  • I’m not a “hater” or whatever you would call it, but I’ve seen LeBron argue with referees plenty of times. I’ve also seen him argue with referees while the rest of the players are on the other side of the court and his team is 4 on 5 trying to defend. Doesn’t happen often but it does happen.

    Jp PraterJp PraterÅr siden
  • LeBron is a rare breed of a celebrity that is also a positive role model. You never hear anything bad about the guy out partying or gambling or beating his wife or any kind of scandal. He seems like a genuinely good person, and that's not too common for folks of his status.

    racewiththefalcons1racewiththefalcons1År siden
  • What are you talking about? LBJ has always mentioned he is always aware of history. He is 100% aware of stats.

    MrBlendMrBlendÅr siden
  • Shots on Westbrook 🤫🤫

    Malzhar DizonMalzhar DizonÅr siden
  • About Luka Dončić? He's 19 year old European playing in the NBA for half a season and already one of the most popular players on the All star voting. His playing is great, but I think there must be a charisma factor there, too ...

    Pat TernPat TernÅr siden
  • I would like to suggest Jenna Marbles for your next charisma breakdown. She's really interesting and inspiring,I always wondered how can someone be so self confident and funny. I want to learn how to be like her.

    Nikolett H.Nikolett H.År siden
  • 3:20 that westbrook shade thooooo 😂😂😂😂😂

    HushTvHushTvÅr siden
  • anyone knows where i can find that clip of that Bill Walsh speech

    maky lavendermaky lavenderÅr siden
  • go 3-6 in the finals, get 3 coaches fired and blame teammates

    Mo AMo AÅr siden
    • Yup. Lebron Blames is a total scumbag, SJW snowflake, and professional victim.

      Frederick0220Frederick0220År siden
  • Russell Westbrook at 3:25 👀

    SeanSeanÅr siden
  • Lebron's the goat

    Januel DagasuhanJanuel DagasuhanÅr siden
  • wade and lebron was the best duo in the nba

    max sorentomax sorentoÅr siden
  • I didnt see this confidence last year when he got swept in the finals.

    vinuzovinuzoÅr siden
    • vinuzo He had plenty of leadership. Everything said in this video showed more so than not in those finals. He had a suffering team but brought them to the finals? That’s what I thought.

      Coilin DonaghyCoilin Donaghy11 måneder siden
  • I've been such a big fan of your videos for years good sir, but I really feel I have to share another perspective as a Native American from a very poor community. I loved the second half of the video. But the first half sounded so based in a privileged-mindset that I felt it ignored the fact that LeBron comes from a community where tons of talented hard working kids like him DON'T make it. But of course, we will continue to focus on him as if he's "proof" people from his community can make it, when in reality, he is another lucky exception as most statistically don't and won't. I feel that without a healthy amount of realism and awareness of the systemic and institutional oppression that exist in the world that you came from, a trained "positivity/progress only" mindset can conveniently turn you into a compliant status-quo-friendly talking head that promotes boot-strap theory, meritocracy and victim-blaming that in the end, will not seek to challenge the very system that oppresses your community or actually remove the barriers that your people experience. I cannot shake the bitter taste of the "this is good for me/us" mindset. I'm very much aware of the trappings of victim mentality, but I refuse to to silence my vocal/mental objections to my peoples' existence so that I could become a "leader' that ironically will eventually blissfully ignore the very injustices that are holding us back. None of the words I heard from LeBron felt like they were based in reality. Athletes like Kaepernick on the other hand, inspire me as the opposite I'm what I'm speaking in objection to. Thoughts? How do you balance a "I will make it" mindset and a "what we/I'm going through is wrong" sense of justice?

    Courage the ActorCourage the ActorÅr siden
  • Just, please stop saying things like "people use not having a father as an excuse to not succeed." Please, read about historical and generational trauma, childhood trauma, and resiliency before you make ignorant statements like that. Inspire people, that's what you do. You don't have to tear the usual mainstream scapegoats down to make a point. Everyone knows that black people tend to not have present fathers, that is not why black people are the most arrested and persecuted portion of society. Look up the new Jim Crow, school to prison pipelines, or de jure housing segregation (the Housing Act of 1949), just to name a few. People that succeed IN SPITE of hardship are the exception, and should not be used to bagger people that endure real struggles.

    Jenafer DelaneyJenafer DelaneyÅr siden
  • I resonated with process orientation.

    Buddy BoerkoelBuddy BoerkoelÅr siden
  • What if I don't want to be exceptional or a leader? I'm perfectly content being little old me.

    Cobrakay2003Cobrakay2003År siden
  • dont be like lebron, his IQ is in the single digits

    FAKABAKA CHUBAKAFAKABAKA CHUBAKAÅr siden
  • ❤️

    Nando n NandoNando n NandoÅr siden
  • It’s all about perspective

    JxvrJxvrÅr siden
  • Celebrating the success of others around you is a great one.

    Dylan MillerDylan MillerÅr siden
  • Darko Milicic forever

    Sun TzuSun TzuÅr siden
  • Wow what an amazing video! Thank you so much for this. God bless 🙏

    kevin rosaskevin rosasÅr siden
  • Yes!

    Akinkunmi CookAkinkunmi CookÅr siden
  • “elevating his own defensive game” lol he stopped playing defense like 2 seasons ago. Didn’t even want to guard Kd at any point in the finals.

    Davian OconnelDavian OconnelÅr siden
  • Lebron in defense? Im out. :)

    Jeremy JolitoJeremy JolitoÅr siden
  • i didn't understand the tip number 4 about philosophy of process and system rather than philosophy of result

    hzk coderhzk coderÅr siden
  • Do you want sprite cranberry ?

    Имянной ФамильевИмянной ФамильевÅr siden
  • Thank you for your videos bro!

    Mr. BMr. BÅr siden
    • ~ Our pleasure!

      Charisma on CommandCharisma on CommandÅr siden
  • Do a vid on Drake

    Alex SmithAlex SmithÅr siden
  • Do LaVar Ball.

    Luke SnowLuke SnowÅr siden
  • “When someone seeks...then it easily happens that his eyes see only the thing that he seeks, and he is able to find nothing, to take in nothing because he always thinks only about the thing he is seeking, because he has one goal, because he is obsessed with his goal. Seeking means: having a goal. But finding means: being free, being open, having no goal.” -Siddhartha

    hipnhappeninhipnhappeninÅr siden
  • You lost me at the point where you claimed that he never complains to the refs... Lol what the fuck am I hearing

    Les VegetablesLes VegetablesÅr siden
  • Do a video about Tom Hardy as Alfie Solomons on Peaky Blinders

    Samuel TaylorSamuel TaylorÅr siden
  • 3:25 LMAO shade at Westbrook

    We Are Rip CityWe Are Rip CityÅr siden
  • LeGOAT James

    We Are Rip CityWe Are Rip CityÅr siden
  • Kobe is killing it on the mentality front so now LeBron thinks he should do the same. He's nowhere near either of those two with his team play or attitude off court

    ThisIsTheEndPt2ThisIsTheEndPt2År siden
  • James: "Always blame your team mates and always beg for help while holding your team management to ransom if they don't do what you tell them to".

    ThisIsTheEndPt2ThisIsTheEndPt2År siden
  • Where is your patreon ???

    Paulina PilkytePaulina PilkyteÅr siden
  • Can you do a video on Aubrey Plaza?! 100% worth your time, I promise you!

    Rj Barber IIIRj Barber IIIÅr siden
  • watching this while in bed eating candy. im definitely a loser

    folumbfolumbÅr siden
  • 3m:19s in woooooooooow

    Roton RenardoRoton RenardoÅr siden
  • mila kunis charisma breakdownnnnnnn

    Maisie HMaisie HÅr siden
  • *MILA KUNIS CHARISMA BREAKDOWN*

    Maisie HMaisie HÅr siden
  • The thumbnail says don’t focus on goals, yet at 4:10 he said he had a goal to be the defensive player of the year.

    tom modotom modoÅr siden
  • great breakdown!

    Lorenzo MarchLorenzo MarchÅr siden
    • ~ Glad you liked the analysis, Lorenzo!

      Charisma on CommandCharisma on CommandÅr siden
  • Can’t deny his leadership ability

    Soulo SmithSoulo SmithÅr siden
  • What’s the music at 1:20?

    Michael LopezMichael LopezÅr siden
  • Some casual Russell Westbrook shade on triple-doubles

    dloc999dloc999År siden
  • He is Sneak dissing Russel Westbrook, That’s tuff but facts

    Rugor BensonRugor BensonÅr siden
  • Great video. Being a leader will change your life for the better. If you study greatness and practice what they preach then eventually you will become a great leader yourself

    Wealthbuilderz TVWealthbuilderz TVÅr siden
  • Here's a secret: for there to be leaders there have to be followers.

    R-TypeR-TypeÅr siden
  • I really recommend you to do a video about Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel. He's a great politician and a great speaker

    Jeff JeffJeff JeffÅr siden
  • WTF lebron is the ultimate but effective enough stat padder. He doesn't make his teammates better and has been a horrible defender for years. This video is seriously out of touch.

    7777År siden
    • you must be a Kobe nut hugger

      Mulatto WorldMulatto WorldÅr siden
  • Explains why he punched a whiteboard and broke his hand. And proceeded to cry about the refs.

    7777År siden
  • He loves the challenge so much he demands two prime allstars wherever he goes or loses 'patience'.

    7777År siden
  • 3:19 i see you throwing shade at Westbrook Lol

    Bronguero NoleBronguero NoleÅr siden
  • LeBron is the GOAT. Don't @ Me

    Bronguero NoleBronguero NoleÅr siden
  • Lebron never gonna win DPOY but maybe Defensive player of the post season (if that existed) xD

    Young StewYoung StewÅr siden
  • Lebron's defense has been terrible the past 2 years. I am a huge Lebron fan, but to highlight defensive effort made me cringe a bit. Still the new age GOAT though.

    Dr. W No LsDr. W No LsÅr siden
    • Dr. W No Ls he’s been playing better lately on d

      Angel MercedesAngel MercedesÅr siden
  • do one about how to deal with defeat in an argument

    K33waK33waÅr siden
  • Lebron doesn't complain about the calls, he cries about them haha. Relax, jokes aside ownership is important in anything.

    Justin NishimuraJustin NishimuraÅr siden
  • What's the name of the background song from 1:21 - 2:05? Thank you very much!

    JanekJanekÅr siden
  • Can you do a video breaking down Bono's charisma over the years?

    Valentyna BelofskyValentyna BelofskyÅr siden
  • I’d rather take advice from Michael Jordan 🤷‍♂️

    Ludovic BreixoLudovic BreixoÅr siden
  • 6:10 where can i buy that knit?

    픽토그램픽토그램År siden
  • disliked because of the russel westbrook shade

    Chandler ClarkChandler ClarkÅr siden
  • Make a video about Kobe Bryant's Mamba Mentality

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  • idk if Lebron really defends all that well. Like he'll never switch out to the perimeter to even contest the open 3

    BIGPOLISHMANBIGPOLISHMANÅr siden
  • Fantastic video!

    A Matter of FilmA Matter of FilmÅr siden
    • ~ Glad you liked it!

      Charisma on CommandCharisma on CommandÅr siden
  • 3:18 - should be Russell Westbrook "rebound" highlights lol

    Go PaoloGo PaoloÅr siden
  • lechock is definition of stat stuffing. lmao SF playing PG. does't even make plays. He just passes and tell people to shoot so he gets assist. MJ and Kobe didn't have 7+ assists with triangle because it's not player system. that's why lebron has losing record in the finals. PLAYER SYSTEM IS TRASH. maybe it worked in the east in the past with 0 super star other than heat/cavs. lmao you had 3 all stars too from same year. you SHOULD BE making finals. that's same as making 2nd round in the west during lechhock east era.

    GokublueGokublueÅr siden
  • Well made video. Keep up the good work.

    caloy6981caloy6981År siden
    • ~ Thanks! Glad you like it. :-)

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  • You should do a video on rami malek

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