Working With Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra and Diana Ross – Thomas Bähler – S2Ep1

To Get What You Want

The Right Questions to Ask to Get What You Want w/ Thomas Bähler

Thomas Bähler shares with us his extraordinary wisdom on how to live a life that fulfills you and is of service to others. Do you know what you want?

Develop the right actions and get more focus just by asking these deceptively simple questions, plus find out why you don't need to envy celebrities.

Incredible stories behind legendary musicians, and life lessons on success.

Thomas is an acclaimed American singer, composer, songwriter, arranger and producer. Throughout his career, Thomas has worked with amazing musicians such as Billy Joel, Barbra Streisand, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross, Frank Sinatra, Cher, just to name a few. He was a close associate of Quincy Jones, and he was an associate producer and arranger of “We are the World.” Thomas composed music for Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson, directors Steven Spielberg and Barry Levinson, magicians Siegfried and Roy, Super Bowl halftime shows and other high-profile stage productions. Mr. Bähler is also an accomplished author and has completed his first novel, “Anything is Possible”, and his latest book, “What You Want Wants You.”

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“Be a good host to the ideas that come to you.” -@tbahler

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What You'll Learn From This Episode:

  • What does it mean “What You Want Wants You”
  • Why you do get what you want if it serves others
  • What’s Thomas approach on mentoring
  • What’s the first question Thomas asks to those looking to be mentored
  • Why the story you tell makes all the difference in your life
  • Everyone wants to be seen and gotten
  • Why you should always approach others from a place of service
  • What can we learn from some of the biggest stars ever
  • Why when creating something you should always think of the journey you’re in
  • What you should do when you feel stuck
  • Why Thomas trusts the Universe so much
  • Why it’s more important to focus on the “what” the the “how”
  • Thomas Bähler’s legacy.

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