Episode 165

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It’s easy to go on YouTube and find entrepreneurs who are showing off their fast cars and big houses with promises that if you buy their course then you can have these things too. Is this the same in jiu-jitsu with instructionals promising that this single technique will completely change your game? In this episode Carter and Mo discuss cocky people in jiu-jitsu, Charlie Munger versus Enron and how there are no shortcuts.

• Does jiu-jitsu humble you or can there still be cocky people in the sport? (01:26)
• People in business who are really just selling hype (07:18)
• Don’t follow the flashy guys, listen to people like Charlie Munger (09:30)
• People who try to sell shortcuts in jiu-jitsu(12:22)
• Is lineage meaningless? (14:07)
• The affiliate scam (15:14)
• Will people move away from the affiliate model in jiu-jitsu? (17:37)
• The Ponzi scheme that was Enron (19:13)
• Wanting to just do things the right way (23:44)
• There are no shortcuts (24:49)

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