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Aaron and I talk through this wonderful post from Gregory Admunson (the OG Firebreather) that are labeled as “A road less traveled.” These are the things that easy in concept but very difficult to live. Gregory Admunson IG Post (w/Coach Divine) - https://www.instagram.com/p/CLFVUBNAqmK/ Self mastery in service of others is the key to happiness, purpose, and fulfillment. The cause of the effects in your life are your thoughts. Choose the hard right over the easy wrong. The short term pain of discipline always feels better than the long term pain of regret. Spending time alone with God is the most important part of your day. Be decisive, yet do so with the utmost tenderness. Cultivate skillfulness in both action and non-action; in movement and stillness. Be quick to listen, restrained in speech, and slow to anger. Positive thoughts lead to positive words, which produce after their kind, resulting in positive experiences within every area of your life. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
You can’t control how people act, but you can control what you accept from them. 1: Being talked down to. 2: Disrespect of your time. 3: Gossiping about others. 4: Manipulation. 5: Losing control of self-talk. Read the original article here: https://jamesmsama.medium.com/5-behaviors-mentally-strong-people-dont-tolerate-7b502e7a88a --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
Mas Oyama

Mas Oyama

2022-04-2242:05

A short biography and review of the founder of Kyokushin Karate, a sect of karate known for their emphasis on physical conditioning and full-contact sparring. NOTES *Oyama devised the 100-man kumite; which he went on to complete three times in a row over the course of three days. He was known for his toughness. If you blocked one of his strikes you would in turn be injured. He was injured during the 3 day Kumite, but continued on, prepared for a 4th day, it’s rumored to not have happened because no-one else had the disire to continue with him… *He was also known for fighting bulls bare-handed. He battled 52 bulls over the course of his lifetime, supposedly cutting off the horns of several and killing three instantly with one strike, earning him the nickname of “Godhand”. *Later in life, Oyama suffered from Osteoarthritis. Despite his illness, he never gave up training. He held demonstrations of his karate, which included breaking objects. *Oyama wrote over 80 books in Japanese. *Oyama died at the age of 70 in Tokyo, Japan on April 26, 1994, due to lung cancer. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
Detachment

Detachment

2022-04-1127:53

at does it mean to “detach” from a situation or person and how it can help you make better decisions in business and in life. – “You have to detach from those emotions—step back from them a little so they don’t control you. You can do that by taking a deep breath and telling yourself to calm down.” ― Jocko Willink “Hey all I’ve listened to Jocko talk about detaching on his podcasts but am not understanding what he means by it. Can someone expand on what it means and give a few examples of what it would look like? Also if I’m prone to be emotional during certain situations how can I develop my degree of detachment? Thank you in advance!” link Find a way to detach from your plan. Step away from your drafts. Have someone else review your outlines. If you’re leading others, remember that their feeling of ownership is important. You’ll always have that feeling, because you have other people looking to you to lead. Find opportunities for them to reinforce their own feelings of ownership. Link Detachment Jocko realizes that everyone (including himself) tends to use faulty judgment when they let emotions and ego get in their way. By removing these variables, the correct decision becomes much clearer. A tactic he often uses is to “detach himself” from the situation to see things more clearly. For example, when faced with a difficult decision he will mentally remove himself from the situation and pretend he is only a bystander and offering unbiased advice. This will allow him to see the situation in a new light and oftentimes highlight where he went wrong. Ever notice how you can give your friends great advice but it’s tougher for you to follow your own words of wisdom? That’s because you’re letting emotions and biases come into play when the decision affects you personally. Remove the emotions and make the correct decision. Link Discipline Equals Freedom: Field Manual by Jocko Willink https://www.amazon.com/dp/1250274435/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_THYZMYDTB6DT7VQFV5VA --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
In this episode I talk with Coach Matt Walmsley about his approach to coaching and his personal growth as it relates to his own fitness and coaching. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
Heather and I discuss the book written by Sensei Larry Isaac “Wherever the Path Leads”. A gripping and honest look at a martial artist making his way through the 60’s in America to Vietnam and training Karate in Okinawa. — In this autobiography of Sensei Larry Isacc’s life through being a Marine in Vietnam during the 60’s and chronicling his history through training Martial Arts across the world. This book is a great story of a man who learns to use his martial arts training to become the very best version of himself he could be. His is a story of true transformation coming from the south during the 60’s in America to being deployed to Vietnam and full combat to his finding Karate and eventually training with the old masters in Okinawa (the birthplace of Karate). --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
What it means to work on your self improvement, the coaching life, therapy through psychedelic exploration and generally being the best human we can be. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
How to work at HUMILITY

How to work at HUMILITY

2022-03-0701:05:36

Heather and I talk through one of Ryan Holiday's posts on humility. Turns out there's more to it than you may have thought. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
In this two part show Aaron (Grizz) and I talk through Echelon Front's (Jocko) post on the mindset for victory and how they can apply to your every day life and business. https://www.instagram.com/p/CLFzqJIMSle/ Part 1: Laws of Combat Cover and Move - Teamwork, no silos, if your team fails everyone fails. Simple - Simplify the mission, keep communication simple, clear and concise. Prioritize and execute - Detach, relax, look around and make the call. Dectralized Command - Everyone leads, everyone follows, team understands what to do and why they’re doing it. Don’t wait for orders, lead/execute. Part 2: Mindset for Victory Extreme Ownership - No excuses, no blaming others, own all the problems. Default: Aggressive - Make it happen, move fast, seize initiative, mitigate risk, solve problems. Innovate and Adapt - New tactics emerge, technology evolves, educate yourself Humility - Check your ego, Ego is the number one killer in business and in life. Discipline = Freedom - Being disciplined with high standards leads to more freedom, flexibility, agility and speed of action. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
In this two part show Aaron (Grizz) and I talk through Echelon Front's (Jocko) post on the laws of combat and how they can apply to your every day life and business. https://www.instagram.com/p/CLFzqJIMSle/ Part 1: Laws of Combat Cover and Move - Teamwork, no silos, if your team fails everyone fails. Simple - Simplify the mission, keep communication simple, clear and concise. Prioritize and execute - Detach, relax, look around and make the call. Dectralized Command - Everyone leads, everyone follows, team understands what to do and why they’re doing it. Don’t wait for orders, lead/execute. Part 2: Mindset for Victory Extreme Ownership - No excuses, no blaming others, own all the problems. Default: Aggressive - Make it happen, move fast, seize initiative, mitigate risk, solve problems. Innovate and Adapt - New tactics emerge, technology evolves, educate yourself Humility - Check your ego, Ego is the number one killer in business and in life. Discipline = Freedom - Being disciplined with high standards leads to more freedom, flexibility, agility and speed of action. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
It is a story about a single freelancer (bounty hunter) who is learning how to be a strong leader (crime syndicate boss). It is a compelling arc for anyone who is charged with a leadership role in their job or is an owner operator at their own small business. Let's dig in... SPOILER WARNING, DON'T LISTEN IF YOU HAVNE'T SEEN THE SERIES YET. :) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
Anger

Anger

2022-02-0646:57

Some in’s and out’s on Anger and how it can manifest itself into Aggression, as well as how you can control your emotional reactions to it all. Heather and I talk through some different aspects of ANGER based around this really compelling article on it and how it manifests itself into aggression. We talk through some ways to look at your emotional vocabulary as you work to come to terms with controlling your response to emotions/anger. There are eight key ideas about the psychology of anger that most people don’t understand. If you want to change the role of anger in your life, you must first understand how it really works. 1. Anger is different to aggression. Don’t confuse the emotion of anger with the mental or physical act of being aggressive. 2. You can’t control anger directly. We can influence our emotions indirectly via our thoughts and behaviours, but we can’t control them directly. 3. You can control your aggression. Even though aggressive thoughts and behaviours can become habitual, they are still fundamentally under our control — especially if we do the work to become more aware of them and how they work. 4. Trying to control your anger makes it harder to control your aggression. “Anger Management” is a misnomer; it should be called “Aggression Management.” 5. Rumination and venting only intensify anger. Strive to address the source of your anger, not the anger itself. 6. The emotion of anger is not negative or bad just because the actions that follow it often are. Getting judgmental with yourself for feeling angry only makes it harder to respond to anger constructively. 7. Anger feels good, which means we often seek it out and try to maintain it. Avoid using anger as an emotional crutch and try to cultivate healthier ways of dealing with emotional pain. 8. Anger takes many forms, from mild impatience to road rage. To better understand your anger, increase your emotional vocabulary. Full article by Nick Wignall on Medium here: https://medium.com/mind-cafe/the-secret-life-of-anger-6b0629ec7fa7 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
Detachment

Detachment

2022-01-3124:41

Some ways that detachment can become part of your strategic tool set in dealing with stressful situations and making life decisions. According to Meriam Webster the definition of “Detach” is; to separate especially from a larger mass and usually without violence or damage. Jocko Willink cites “Detachment” often on his podcast when he’s discussing how he led his team of Navy Seals in Iraq. Remaining emotionally attached to something or someone can cloud our judgement. Often we will accept certain things to get what we want, just because we want it. Have you thought about how it’s so much easier to give others advice but extremely difficult to follow your own advice yourself? Emotion, ego and all the different types of Biases we may be experiencing can and will cloud your judgement. It’s easier to give advice to others because you are not emotionally invested in the outcome. ‘’When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but with creatures of emotion.’’ Dale Carnegie If you can operate from a strategic position instead of one of emotional response you will have a huge advantage over most of the people you will ever deal with. A tactic that Jocko will use when he’s making a decision is to “detach”. He will try to remove himself from the situation by imagining himself as a third party, a bystander so that he can work to see thing without any emotional bias. This approach can be a super-power when you are reviewing past actions and decisions. Look at a situation as if it was someone else. What advice would you give them. Detach from yourself. The Observer Do whatever you need to do to be able to observe a situation instead of participating in it. It may be that you need to take a deep breath and center yourself, that’s okay. It may be that you need some time, so tell the other people involved that you need a few and then go and actively think about things. This is the easy part. The hard part is knowing you need to take that step back so you can detach. It’s like the story about slowly boiling a frog: If you drop a frog in a pot of boiling water, it will of course frantically try to clamber out. But if you place it gently in a pot of tepid water and turn the heat on low, it will float there quite placidly. As the water gradually heats up, the frog will sink into a tranquil stupor, exactly like one of us in a hot bath, and before long, with a smile on its face, it will unresistingly allow itself to be boiled to death. We have to consciously work on what it takes to have some level of self awareness. You need to develop your own set of personal red flags to let you know that you need to detach. The Thinker When you are able to successfully detach from a situation on whatever level you can see things more clearly and make strategic informed decisions about what reaction or move you want to make. However it is not just optimal to use the method of detachment to control your emotions. Jocko coaches us to learn to use detachment as part of our creative process. If you can detach from the expected outcomes you have in a thing, you can see it from different angles that you previously could not see it in. “Don’t cling to a mistake — Just because you spent a lot of your time making it” Sometimes when we want something bad enough we will overlook most of the shortcomings in others or sacrifices we will wind up making to get the things we want. When we have an emotional investment in something or someone we want things to work out, so we accept changes we would not normally accept. We let people cross boundaries we would not normally let them cross when all things are equal in the end. I have personally experienced this type of scenario in a business relationship I entered into with someone who, after some d --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
Some different types of people you should look out for in your life and some good times you should stay quiet. 6 types of toxic people you should avoid https://www.instagram.com/p/CWaoXwrgXKQ/ The Vampire AKA - parasites, creepers or climbers They’ll use you either emotionally or financially (or both) and suck the best out of you. The Cactus AKA - jealous Always jealous of your success profesionally or personally. Won’t be truly happy for you, usually criticise you or gossip about you. The Chameleon AKA - Two face They want what you give or have and will pretend to be what you need to get at it. The Bosser AKA - Controlling, Big egos You are a tool for them to get what they want.  Use control tactics to satisfy their own ego or lack of ego. As long as you do what they want, you’re good, but rebel and you’re as good as garbage. The Broker AKA - Deal makers, conditional friends Have a give and take attitude towards relationships. It’s always conditional with them as you do what they want or they won’t do what you want. The Sympathy Addict AKA - Attention Seekers, Drama Students Always a reservoir of drama and conflict. Need attention no matter how they get it. Always in need of sympathy by showing themselves as victims of whatever. Bonus: When To Be Silent “It is better to remain silent at the risk of being thought a fool, than to talk and remove all doubt of it.” ― Maurice Switzer https://www.instagram.com/p/CY9SPuXNPn9/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
Some straight-forward tactics for working on your mental strength which in turn will help battle anxiety and stress in everyday things. Accept your thoughts Accept them for what they are. Don’t try to suppress them, they won’t just go away. You need to explore them - even if they are insane or silly or scary. Build Your Gratitude Try to think about 2-3 things you are grateful for, or for someone you’re grateful for. It will help center you and keep you focused on what matters. Keep Your Perspective If you are anxious or stressing about something. Try to reduce it to either it’s most simple form or out to its most ridiculous extreme. Most of the time we are telling ourselves a story or creating a narrative that isn’t real. Put Your Mind At Peace Build a plan. When something is stressing you out or is a real problem you need to solve. Create a plan of attack; What result do I want? How long do I have? How do I get from point a to point b. What is the first, second and third step. —- Be Polite but not Nice… Nice people never rock the boat. They never speak up. They let people talk over them. Their opinions get dismissed and mocked. When good people don't stick up for themselves, the world gets overrun by pricks. Make Your Needs Known Say What You Mean Nip Bad Behavior in the Bud Be Honest Think in Terms of Respect Stand Up for Yourself “Interrupt” People / Get Involved Say "No" Way More Often Than You Say "Yes" Put Yourself First (in a Good Way) Realize That It’s Ok to Be Competitive https://medium.com/mind-cafe/10-empowering-ways-to-be-less-nice-and-more-free-7801238f08f2 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
We discuss ways you may be angry and not really know it as well as ways to look at changing your overall mindset - we also dig into some of the "Great Resignation" and what we've seen with that so far as it relates to mindset and anger. You might be angrier than you think you are https://medium.com/personal-growth/5-signs-youre-angrier-than-you-think-72ccc4acd0b1 There’s nothing wrong with being angry. It’s a normal human emotion and has a great many important functions. But if you’re in denial about your anger that’s when you can get into trouble. These 5 signs are useful indicators to help you explore the role that anger may or may not play in your life: Control (lack of control) Chronic Anxiety Rumination Passive-Aggressive Communication Venting Hypercriticism 3 Things That Changed My Mindset Forever https://medium.com/mind-cafe/3-things-that-changed-my-mindset-forever-f4dbdea0b340 Realizing that you are not your thoughts Staying in a bad situation will not make it any better The way you treat other people is a projection of your own internal struggles https://www.instagram.com/p/CWoJvGdLYNH/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
Talking about journaling and note taking to help you deal with life stress, planning and other things like anxiety. There are five different categories of information that have the biggest impact on your future self. 1. Creative ideas 2. Big wins 3. Cues and signs 4. Big lessons and questions 5. Actions and experiments https://medium.com/better-humans/the-5-bullet-log-a-note-taking-system-to-increase-self-awareness-and-learn-more-from-life-8150b8d2b322 The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure By Grant Cardone https://www.amazon.com/10X-Rule-Difference-Between-Success/dp/0470627603 The Compound Effect By Darren Hardy https://www.amazon.com/Compound-Effect-Darren-Hardy/dp/159315724X Future Me Emails https://www.futureme.org/letters/new --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
Here are some great topics that Heather and I cover that you may be doing or not doing; Dream, Listen, Read, Snooze, Connect & Chill. Nice topics from an older ‘Robinhood’ email newsletter: https://snacks.robinhood.com/newsletters/ Dream: Why focusing too much might prevent you from doing your best work. Feeling burned out because you are doing too much self improvement or just plain working too hard? https://www.npr.org/2021/03/21/979183329/too-much-focusing-is-draining-heres-a-better-strategy Listen: The very pressing need for everyone to quiet their egos. Do you listen to truly listen to others or are you just listening long enough to formulate your own response? https://getpocket.com/explore/item/the-pressing-need-for-everyone-to-quiet-their-egos Read: The 50 most influential books of all time, from The Bible to The Communist Manifesto. Lots of really great, classic, all time great books on this list, we haven’t read many of them but totally plan to… *saracsm https://oedb.org/ilibrarian/50_books_that_changed_the_world/ Will Smith’s new book: https://willthebook.com/ Snooze: Why you stay up late, even when you know you shouldn’t (and how to stop). What is your ‘wind down’ routine? Do you have one or do you focus more on your morning routine? https://www.wired.com/story/sleep-procrastination-psychology-tips/ Connect: What you’re saying when you give someone the silent treatment. Sometimes what you don’t do can harm you as much as what you do… https://www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2021/03/psychology-of-silent-treatment-abuse/618411/ Chill: The three types of rest you need to really relax after work. True rest—the type that leaves you feeling energized, inspired, and like you can take on the world–requires three key elements: Relaxing your mind Relaxing your body Relaxing your expectations https://www.fastcompany.com/90616422/rest-you-need-to-really-relax --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
Going over Mark Manson’s “3 Ideas That Can Change Your Life” PDF with Co-Host Heather Bauer. This is a good one. “3 Ideas That Can Change” Your Life Review by Mark Manson Check the full PDF out on GoodReads here you can also get it by getting his Email Newsletter here All changes are based in ideas. Ideas give us new perspectives and from those new perspectives we’re able to change our behaviors. In this small report, I’ve put together three ideas that have influenced my life and which I believe can influence yours. Idea #1: The Two Minds Idea #2: How to 80/20 Your Life Idea #3: Believe Not What’s True, But What’s Helpful I didn’t come up with these ideas myself. If you look around hard enough, you’ll see them pop up in all sorts of places, from business, to NLP, to generic Self Help, to various forms of therapy. This is just my take on them and some of the ways I’ve applied them. I hope you get something out of them. Via Mark Manson --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
We will go over this great post from @investinggoal and take a look at 7 ways you can become a not only truly dangerous human being but someone everyone wants to be like. https://www.instagram.com/p/CWiyyfnPZG1/ Workout - Take care of your body, staying fit lets you deal with stress better. Do what you say you’ll do -  Your word is your bond. Stop caring what other people say - Don’t live your life by other people’s judgements. Control your reactions - Don’t give other people power over you by being triggered by what they say or do. Invest in yourself - Get better 1% every day. Knowledge + Skills = Power. Stop competing with others - You won’t beat anyone at their own game. You can only be better than you were yesterday. Build a future - While others are playing these games, build legacy by making an impact on the world around you no matter the scale and focus on what matters most to you. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/warriormindset/support
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