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The 10 Steps to Help You Overcome Jealousy Here is how to stop jealousy from sabotaging your relationships.

By Lewis Howes

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Few, if any, guests are requested back on my show as much as the one and only Chris Lee.

He is a powerful transformation coach who has impacted my life and thousands of other lives deeply.

I know I'm not the only School of Greatness student who loves learning from him either.

You guys ask me when he's coming back on all the time, and today is the day!

Chris is returning for his SIXTH EPISODE (!!!) and this time, he chose a topic I've rarely heard discussed: jealousy and how to deal with it.

Not only does Chris list out the 10 steps to identifying and overcoming jealousy in any kind of relationship you are in, but he gives real life examples with each step so you can absolutely relate and let his wisdom sink in.

I was excited to learn these steps myself, as I've struggled with jealousy in many relationships and it's still something I work on today.

Get ready to take notes and open your heart to do an honest inventory of how you may be sabotaging your best relationships with this vice.

Here's a huge welcome and thank you to our favorite coach Chris Lee on Episode 225 of The School of Greatness.

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In this episode, you will learn:

What healthy jealousy is (versus the non-healthy kind we usually think of)

The power of self-worth to diminish jealousy

10 steps to overcome jealousy

  1. Acknowledge and accept you are jealous (and that it is a breakdown)
  2. Get feedback from the person you are jealous of (or a third party who can see you are jealous)
  3. Ask yourself, "What is my reward for being jealous?"
  4. Identify the prices you are paying for being jealous
  5. Get to the source (What are the beliefs/interpretations I have about myself?)
  6. Let go of those beliefs/interpretations
  7. Create a vision for what has been missing (that has made you jealous)
  8. Create an action plan
  9. Have a support system
  10. Celebrate your victory
Lewis Howes

New York Times Bestselling Author, Entrepreneur, Coach

Lewis Howes is a New York Times bestselling author of The School of Greatness and The Mask of Masculinity. He is a lifestyle entrepreneur, high performance business coach and keynote speaker. A former professional football player and two-sport All-American, he is a current USA Men’s National Handball Team athlete. He hosts a top 100 iTunes ranked Apple podcast, The School of Greatness. Howes was recognized by the White House and President Obama as one of the top 100 entrepreneurs in the country under 30. Details magazine called him one of “5 Internet Guru’s that can Make You Rich.”  Howes has been featured on Ellen, Good Morning America, The Today Show, The New York Times, People, ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Men’s Health and other major media outlets.

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