Personal Development Renegade Uncovered


For over a year I have been jokingly calling my biz partner Barry Dunlop a “personal development renegade”.

Eventually, he gave in, and decided to use the name.

Here is his first ever personal development renegade video.

Feedback welcome(ish) ;-)


  • Amanda Evans

    Great video and very true, who cares what other people think about you, if you like you and you like what you’re doing that’s all that counts. Will you be featuring more of these personal development tips here?

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  • Dean Hunt


    Yes, I will occasionally publish them here. But make sure you are following at

    And if you use Twitter, follow:

    @midascode and @deanhunt08

    Glad you enjoyed them, we had a lot of fun making them, and this is the tip of the iceberg from Barry.

    Exciting times ahead.


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  • Dirkster

    Good stuff. Thanks Barry and Dean both. Actually a good reminder for me.

    Miss you both!

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  • Mark Edward Brown

    Hi Dean,

    Thanks for introducing us to Barry, he is cool. I devour anything that has to do with connection, leadership and networking so his lesson was spon on.

    I was introduced to your blog by Alex Sysosef, wow, never seen a guy with a 6B reader following.

    Keep this incredible content coming,

    Mark Edward Brown

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  • Renegade Conservatory Guy

    Hi Dean

    Where did Barry get the RPDG name idea?


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  • Jenna Lloyd

    Everyone should have Barry’s words written on their bathroom mirror to see each morning!

    Other people’s opinions of you are a greater reflection of who and where they are, than of who and where you are.


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  • John Halderman

    Good tip from Barry.

    It’s far too easy to allow yourself to get wrapped up in other people’s opinions isn’t it?

    The bottom line is that you are responsible for you and the life you lead.

    Being yourself and going your own way may get you resistance from others, but remember most new things get resistance. Inventions, new ideas, etc.

    Getting involved in this online voodoo will get you some ‘nice’ opinions from some. You are just not following their defined comfort zone – so what!

    Be nice – but be yourself.


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