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The Four Interior Empires

For individual personal growth and prosperity, in the book, The 5 Am Club by Robin Sharma, he teaches us about the four interior empires, mindset, heartset, healthset, and soulset. These are your four pillars in life:

  • Mindset is your psychology and you can have a great psychology and strong beliefs. But if you have a toxic heart you're going to sabotage yourself.
  • Heartset is your emotionality and so if you have a stone psychology, when you're full of sadness, pain, and anger, you haven't forgiven people, you're not going to be creative for not getting world-class.
  • Healthset is understanding that energy is even more valuable than intelligence. Your healthset is about your vitality, energy protection, and living a long life so you can serve and do great things.
  • Soulset is connecting to your higher nature and noble virtues every morning while the rest of the world is asleep.


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