Dean Graziosi

How Matthew McConaughey Taught Me The Art of Livin’

By Tanner

As I sat across from Matthew McConaughey last week, I couldn’t believe my luck. Here I was, Dean Graziosi, talking to one of Hollywood’s biggest stars and most inspirational figures. And let me tell you, the stories he shared with me were truly incredible.

Matthew spoke about how he had learned to rethink tough obstacles in his life, to see them not as roadblocks but as opportunities. “Life gives us red lights sometimes,” he said, “but often those red lights are actually green lights in disguise. They’re telling us to slow down, to take a breath, and to look for a different path forward.”

As he spoke, I found myself nodding along, feeling more and more inspired by his words. And then he said something that really struck a chord with me: “Find your frequency.”

“Your frequency?” I asked, intrigued.

“Yeah,” Matthew replied. “Your frequency is like your personal energy. It’s the vibration you give off to the world. And when you’re in tune with your frequency, everything just flows. You attract the right people, the right opportunities, the right experiences.”

I sat back in my chair, taking in his words. It made sense. I had always believed in the power of positive energy and mindset, but Matthew was putting it in a whole new light. And then he told me something that blew my mind even further.

“You know, Dean,” he said, “we spend so much time taking care of our physical health, our mental health, our emotional health. But what about our soul health? Our spiritual health? That’s just as important, if not more so. That’s what really gives us meaning and purpose in life.”

I sat there for a moment, feeling the weight of his words. It was true. We often neglect the spiritual side of ourselves, focusing only on the tangible and material. But what about our inner selves? Our souls?

Matthew continued, “That’s where ‘The Art of Livin’’ comes in. It’s about living fully, in every sense of the word. It’s about finding joy in the simple things, like a sunset or a good conversation. It’s about being present in the moment, instead of worrying about the past or the future. It’s about living with passion and purpose, and not just going through the motions.”

As he spoke, I felt a fire ignite within me. This was it. This was what I had been searching for. And I knew that I had to share it with others.

Over the next few days, Matthew and I continued to talk about ‘The Art of Livin’’ and the strategies he had developed over the years to live a more fulfilling life. He taught me how to focus on the things that truly mattered, how to let go of fear and self-doubt, and how to tap into my own inner strength and resilience.

And as I listened, I felt myself transforming. I felt more alive, more present, more joyful. I felt like I was finally living the life I had always wanted, and it was all thanks to Matthew and his incredible insights.

So now, whenever I’m faced with a tough obstacle in my life, I think back to our conversations and remind myself that it’s not a red light, but a green light in disguise. I remind myself to find my frequency, to connect with my soul, and to embrace ‘The Art of Livin’’ in every moment.

And you know what? It works. I feel happier, more fulfilled, and more alive than ever before. So if you’re struggling with something in your life, I encourage you to take a page from Matthew’s book and embrace ‘The Art of Livin’”


Dean On:
Get This
Exclusive Content:

Take the 30 day Better Life challenge starting today.

Join the Family

Receive the latest tips via email.