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Elizabeth Grace Saunders is the founder and CEO of Real Life E® a time management coaching and speaking company that partners with individuals on the journey from guilty, overwhelmed and frustrated to accomplishing more with peace and confidence. All time management coaching is done virtually and can support you in managing your time and staying productive while working remotely. McGraw Hill is the publisher of Elizabeth's first book: The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment: How to Achieve More Success With Less Stress. Harvard Business Review is the publisher of her second book: How to Invest Your Time Like Money. FaithWords is the publisher of her third book: Divine Time Management: The Joy of Trusting God's Loving Plans for You.Elizabeth has appeared in Inc magazine, The Chicago Tribune, and on NBC, ABC, and CBS. She was selected as one of the Top 25 Amazing Women of the Year by Stiletto Woman.Elizabeth’s time coaching clients have the opportunity to go through her exclusive Schedule Makeover life transformation process through phone coaching and custom action guides or in-person training. Notable moments in this episode:(22:16) - how to have better time management between work and family(30:06) - a spiritual approach on time management to allow you to trust the process(43:19) - Elizabeth’s #1 habit to better your time management***Follow Elizabeth:Books - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - Website - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
This week we have Justin Crocker on the show to talk about his time as Green Beret and his evolution to Director of Counterterrorism after graduating from Yale with a post-graduate degree. The focus is on his learnings and development that occurred through exposure to the elite in the military and academic realm. He has continued with his pivots as he is now focused on the entrepreneurial journey with his wife as they “kick “off their woman-only kickboxing gyms. Justin decided to focus on prioritising family, and in doing so has created a family-orientated mission, we dive into this journey too and his thought process behind why he felt it was the necessary thing to do.Justin was born and raised in a military family in the East Bay Area of California. After graduating high school in 1998 Justin joined the U.S. Army as an Airborne Infantryman. In 2001 Justin left the Army to attend The Ohio State University where he earned his B.A. in 2005 and was commissioned as an Infantry Officer in the U.S. Army. Justin served once again in the U.S. Army from 2005 until June 2022. During his career, Justin attended various military schools including the U.S. Army Ranger School, the Special Forces Qualification Course (colloquially known as the Green Berets), Jumpmaster School and the U.S. Army Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape School (also known as SERE School).Justin retired from the U.S. Army in June 2022 after more than 20 years of combined service. He is married to his beautiful wife Adrian and they both share two amazing kids (Travis, 6 and Victoria, 7). Justin and his family recently moved to Carmel, Indiana. It was a pleasure interviewing Justin, a true gentleman, we are sure that you will get much out of his story and the lessons imparted. Notable moments in this episode:(08:20) - how Green Berets manage ambiguity(11:28) - can someone learn to be calm or is it an innate trait?(28:13) - how does an Ivy League college transform a Green Beret?***Follow Justin:LinkedIn - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
How can we break free from the familiar failures of management and leadership that can’t seem to truly inspire employees and teams in today's uber competitive world? By breaking free from the tired leadership methods of the past. If anyone knows about what it takes to change course and follow the unexpected, innovative paths to high achievement, it’s Urs Koenig.It Is High Time to Shift Our Leadership from THEN to NOW!Many of us struggle with how to best lead our teams in today’s fast paced, messy, cutthroat business climate. We face challenges which did not exist twenty or even ten years ago. But the prevailing methods of leadership come from the past, having been handed down from past generations of managers and executives.But what worked back THEN does not work NOW.The old ways of leading do not reflect new realities and are failing to inspire new generations. Outdated leadership approaches are reducing productivity, increasing turn over, squashing the potential of our people and ultimately are killing profits. But what if the way we lead our teams matched the pace of our rapidly changing world? What if we moved from slow moving silos to fast execution at the customer facing front line? What if we shifted from top down, command/control leadership to a more bottom up, purpose driven and human centred approach?Shift from THEN to NOWHow has what we’ve learned about leadership of the past changed the way we lead today? How do we best inspire our people in today's fast paced, high stake business environment? THEN, executives and managers used heavy-handed scare tactics to try and pull productivity out of their employees. NOW, sharing and empowering are two of the most important tasks managers must master. THEN, all employees focused on the boss. NOW, managers and employees work and learn together in service of the mission. From kicking down to helping up. From hidden agendas to radically transparent sharing. Urs Koenig and his five-part leadership model is your guide to shifting from THEN to NOW, that will transform your leadership, your teams, and your organization.Make sure you check out the episode to hear more!Notable moments in this episode:(16:19) - what is it actually like for executive coaches?(19:07) - a framework to help you adapt your leadership style(33:35) - Urs’ #1 habit to be an open leader in 2022***Follow Urs:Facebook - Instagram - LinkedIn - Twitter - Website - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
Robin Taub is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA), keynote speaker and award-winning author. Her latest book, The Wisest Investment: Teaching Your Kids to Be Responsible, Independent and Money-Smart for Life, gives parents the information, strategies and inspiration they need to teach their kids about money.Robin has held professional positions in both audit and taxation at two of Canada’s largest accounting firms, and spent five years in the complex world of Derivatives Marketing at Citibank Canada. She is also passionate about improving opportunities for women CPAs to advance into positions of leadership. From 2008 until 2017, she was a member, and then Chair, of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada’s Women’s Leadership Council.Robin graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree (with High Distinction) from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. She earned her Chartered Accountant designation and went on to complete the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants’ (CICA) In-Depth Tax Course. Robin values lifelong learning and participated in the Canadian Board Diversity Council’s Director Education Program.She lives in Toronto where she and her husband have raised two (mostly) money-smart young adults, a son and a daughter. For fun, she loves to snowboard, cycle and go to concerts.Notable moments in this episode:(09:57) - why isn't financial literacy taught at schools?(13:14) - having the right conversations around money to prevent financial stress(29:12) - habits we can give our kids on financial literacy***Follow Robin:Book - - LinkedIn - Twitter - Website - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
In addition to being a retired Marine Corps Infantry Officer and decorated combat leader, Mike Ettore served successfully as a C-level executive in a publicly traded professional services firm with annual revenue in excess of $1 Billion. His unique background enables him to understand the personal and professional challenges that senior business leaders face on a daily basis. Mike brings a wealth of practical, real-life leadership expertise and presence to every coaching engagement and serves as a catalyst to accelerate change and the achievement of positive results.Working with forward-looking companies and select individual executives, Mike provides senior leaders with a confidential and neutral sounding board to discuss the leadership challenges they are experiencing.Notable moments in this episode:(16:04) - the similarities between business and the US Marines(42:36) - the three hard questions every CEO needs to ask their executives(46:21) - when to be a mummy/daddy and when to be a mother/father***Follow Mike:Books - Facebook - LinkedIn - Podcast - Twitter - Website - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
Justin Zorn and Leigh Marz take us on an unlikely journey—from the West Wing of the White House to San Quentin’s death row; from Ivy League brain research laboratories to underground psychedelic circles; from the temperate rainforests of Olympic National Park to the main stage at a heavy metal festival—to explore the meaning and importance of silence and the art of finding it in any situation.Golden is a field guide to getting beyond the noise—not just the noise in our ears, but also on our screens and in our heads. Drawing on lessons from neuroscience, business, spirituality, politics, and the arts, Marz and Zorn explore why auditory, informational, and internal silence is essential for physical health, mental clarity, ecological sustainability, and vibrant community. They show how to go beyond the ordinary rules and tools of mindfulness to help individuals, families, organizations, and whole societies dial down the noise and find pristine attention.In this engaging and unexpected rethinking of the meaning of quiet, Marz and Zorn make the bold and convincing argument that we can repair our world by reclaiming the presence of silence in our lives.Notable moments in this episode:(13:04) - how does society deal with the uptick in noise?(22:25) - how silence can help executives flourish in their organisations(27:51) - what to do when heightened stress kicks in and having to make difficult decisions***Follow Justin Zorn & Leigh Marz:Book - LinkedIn (Justin) - LinkedIn (Leigh) - Website (Justin) - Website (Leigh) - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
Dr Jo Mitchell is a clinical and coaching psychologist and Co-Founder of The Mind Room, an innovative and creative psychology community in Collingwood, Victoria. Jo works with individuals and organisations to manage mental illness and build wellbeing. Her current focus is on wellbeing design and immersive cultural experiences that promote mental health beyond the therapy room. Jo has an applied and academic interest in wellbeing science – including ACT, positive psychology, mindfulness and technology - and completed the first Australian PhD in this field. With over twenty years of experience in mental health, business and sport (including AFL, Olympic and Paralympic sports and Orienteering) Jo is motivated by creative collaborations that make positive health and social change.Notable moments in this episode:(18:22) - how you can be flourishing in your life(33:10) - this Japanese study of 30,000 people shows which people live longer and healthier lives(45:00) - take on these habits to start having a fit mind today***Follow Jo:Facebook - Instagram - LinkedIn - Twitter - Website - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
Her life is all about Gold: a kind of modern-day ‘Alchemist’: from studying geology of gold, to a Paralympic gold medal and explorer of both the inner world as much as the outer. Karen started her working life as a geologist in the Bolivian Andes, researching gold, but a life-changing accident left her paralysed from the chest down. She moved away from being a ‘rock-doctor’ to exploring both outside and within. She loved to discover and to find ways to align mind, body and spirit to do extraordinary things. This has led her to ski across icecaps, kayak at extreme latitudes of the planet, and handcycle the world’s biggest mountain ranges and longest rivers. Karen believes we create results and happiness from the inside out. Utilising our thoughts – the language of our mind, and our emotions – the language of our body, we can create health and freedom. She believes that with desire, awareness and resources, and permission to unleash who we truly want to be, anything is possible.Today she is the author of 3 books, and her purpose is about helping individuals and organisations ‘Find Inner Gold’: turning challenge into opportunity, through the process of digging deep to find the essence of presence, performance, possibility and inner calm.Notable moments in this episode:👀 (06:15) - the moment Karen became a paraplegic❓ (27:00) - this mechanism will get you curious in fearful situations🛡️ (38:39) - avoid these because they’re giving you limiting beliefs***Follow Karen:Facebook - Instagram - LinkedIn - Twitter - Website - Wikipedia - YouTube - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
Welcome to episode 4! We have a special guest, a psychotherapist and relationship coach, Bede Draper. You may remember when he first appeared on the podcast back in episode 20.Bede Draper is a New Zealander who has a MSc and has been formally trained in Western methods of psychotherapy and Western philosophy. He spent 14 months studying under Swami Dayananda in India. He has an avid interest in Vedic psychology as unfolded by Swami Dayananda and now uses this psychology as a foundation for his psychotherapy and life coaching practice. As a young man he was in a Roman Catholic religious order studying to be a priest.Notable moments in this episode:(21:36) - how we as a species have fallen away from what we say and do(36:35) - understanding our values / what we want(43:28) - do this if you are arguing with your spouse***Follow Bede:Website - https://beingfreewhileliving.orgWebsite - - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
Early in her career, Sonia was told that “while you could learn to manage, you could not learn to lead.” She told herself “you’re either born a leader or not.”Years later she realised that leaders are actually developed over time through direct experience, passion, and resilience. Leadership isn’t about who has the loudest voice or even how much you know.Regardless of your title, your background, or whether you’re introverted or extroverted, YOU have the potential to be an inspiring and influential leader. True power derives from the ability to make other people powerful. If you can inspire someone to tap into their strengths with confidence and be exceptional, you are a leader.Notable moments in this episode:👀 (09:56) - having an upbringing where you were “invisible” growing up🚀 (19:35) - how you can transition from a technical specialist to influencing and leading a team🗡️ (47:00) - the practical steps you can start today on building confidence***Follow Sonia:Facebook: Instagram: LinkedIn: Website: YouTube: ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
Admiral Sandy Stosz started out in the US Coast Guard as an ensign serving on polar icebreakers, conducting national security missions from the Arctic to the Antarctic. Her forty-year career is filled with leadership lessons gleaned while breaking ice and breaking glass as the first woman to command an icebreaker on the Great Lakes and to lead a US armed forces service academy. Along the way, Sandy served for 12 years at sea, commanding two ships, and led large Coast Guard organizations during times of crisis and complexity. She finished her career as the first woman assigned as Deputy Commandant for Mission Support, directing one of the Coast Guard’s largest enterprises. She has lectured widely on leadership, and has been featured on CSPAN and other media outlets. In 2012, Newsweek’s “The Daily Beast” named Sandy to their list of 150 Women who Shake the World. She volunteers in leadership roles for several organizations and runs Sandra Stosz, LLC. Sandy enjoys hiking, swimming, birdwatching, beachcombing, and spending time with her family.In her new book ‘Breaking Ice and Breaking Glass: Leading in Uncharted Waters’, Admiral Sandy Stosz draws upon 40 years of extensive leadership experience and wisdom to provide tools that will help leaders navigate complexity to reach their goals and succeed at every level.Notable moments in this episode:🎯 (21:42) - how women can take extreme ownership of their own path without getting bogged down in victim mentality🪖 (30:45) - what advice to give to women who are leading male-dominant teams🗡️ (50:29) - the practical habits you can take on today to become a better leader***Follow Sandy:Book: Twiter: Website - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
“Addiction nearly killed me, but on that fateful day in October, I received a gift. Call it what you will: a perspective shift, an awakening, or simply dumb luck — that’s not important – what matters, is that it completely changed the course of my life.”This week on the show we are joined by Brian Pennie, he is an author, speaker, PhD candidate, and university lecturer.His used to be very different, however. On October 8 2013, he experienced his first day clean after 15 years of chronic heroin addiction.In what seemed like an instant, the world seemed to glow. The colours were more colourful. Sounds were more cheerful. Things that were once hollow were now full of depth. Brian felt more alive than ever before and he has looked back since.Captivated by this sudden change, he started to question why he felt so alive. He didn’t see it at first, but then it hit me. It had tortured me my entire life. The voices in his head, the stories that he spun himself – the ones that drove his anxiety and, in turn, his addiction – were gone. For as long as he could remember, thinking had consumed him – his mind racing about what he thought needed to do – but the voices were silent, and his anxiety was gone. The race was over and his new life had begun.Over the course of the next few years, he acquired a substantial publishing deal to write his first book. Brian continued to win several academic awards including a fully funded (€100,000) PhD scholarship in Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience. Brian secured lecturing positions at both Trinity College and University College Dublin where he teaches the neuroscience of mindfulness and addiction.Today we dive into the power of our narratives, the space between our ears and the criticality of its health. Notable moments in this episode:🗡️ (12:42) - what coming to terms with rock bottom looks like❤️ (39:46) - how to view the role of identity during change🔒 (47:16) - the practical habits you can take on today to embrace change***Follow Brian:Book: “Bonus Time” - LinkedIn: Twiter: Website - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
“I feel privileged to help people stand in their story and courageously take concrete action steps that can have a lasting impact. I’m here to help you and or your family get moving on a path towards wellness.”Thomas has been a licensed therapist since 2002, when he graduated from NYU with his Master’s in Social Work. Since then, he has been providing therapy & coaching services to children, teens, adults and their families. For the last 20 plus years, he has coached and provided therapy to thousands of individuals, couples, families, executives from myriad cultures, circumstances, and walks of life. Through this process, he is continually awed by what his clients are capable of when they lean into discomfort and make choices from their center rather than from fear.He is the former Co-Founder of Innovative Therapy Solutions (ITS), which was a heart-centered, comprehensive, holistic therapy group practice that served clients of all ages. There he learned the importance of being a servant leader and developing a culture obsessed with the client experience as well as promoted empathy, connection, creativity, innovation, authenticity, hope & healing. He is the former Clinical Director of a Wilderness Therapy Program for teenagers with high-risk behaviors and co-occurring (dual diagnosis) disorders from all over the world. In this role, he learned how to get families unstuck & moving towards healthier patterns quickly. As the former Director of the Center for Hope, a mental health clinic, serving a diverse tapestry of clients he learned the importance of providing individualized & tailored solutions. As the former Family Wellness Director of an elite Addiction Treatment Center serving adults with co-occurring (dual diagnosis) disorders, he learned that in order for true healing to take place the whole family must create a new normal.He will help you identify your & your family’s strengths & weaknesses as well as identify the shift that needs to happen to move you and your family towards success. Notable moments in this episode:🗡️ 06:27 - what does a high-performing family look like?❤️ 25:20 - what it means to be empathetic with our kids🔒 40:54 - are we robbing our children of their opportunities to create resilience? ***Follow Thomas:LinkedIn - Website - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
A thick fog of disruption has rolled into your life. Maybe your entire industry just went into freefall. Or your business is struggling mightily. Perhaps your career path has been upended.Whatever your situation, the world as you know it has changed. You may feel despair, fear, even anger. You have no idea what to do next. Is there a way through this?YES.That’s the answer executive and entrepreneur David Giersdorf presents in Hard Ships, which details his four decades of experience navigating brutal disruptions in the cruise ship industry and achieving innovation and growth.David knows disruption—and how to find a way through it. In addition to navigating his fair share of personal disruptions, he’s helped major companies, small businesses, and individuals withstand catastrophe, including the Gulf Wars, Y2K, 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, the Great Recession, the H1N1 pandemic, and notable industry disasters.Then when COVID-19 swept the earth, and the $45 billion annual revenue cruise industry lost $65 billion in market value, David’s experience and advice guided companies toward recovery.Drawing on counsel David has given countless clients, companies, and career professionals, Hard Ships helps people facing disruption, particularly those struggling in the aftermath of COVID-19. What works to stabilize the cruise industry works anywhere for anyone, from publicly traded companies to self-employed freelancers.Hard Ships repurposes David Giersdorf’s hard-learned strategies for any situation, from pandemics and market panics to everyday personal change.A clear, practical, and immediately applicable guide, Hard Ships offers step-by-step guidance with diverse, real-life examples to navigate dark storms, make sense in the fog, and steer back into clear waters.Notable moments in this episode:💥 18:17 - the untold truth of cruising industry during COVID-19😲 25:05 - why you need David’s framework around chaos and disruption🗡️ 39:43 - the six protocols to survival, stability, success***Follow David’s Journey:Get your copy of ‘Hard Ships’ - LinkedIn - Website - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
If you’re like most people, chances are you’re feeling the daily grind of go-go-go, do-do-do. And maybe that’s starting to wear on you but you’re not quite sure what to do, since those platitudes of “just slow down, learn to meditate” aren’t resonating. The good news is that you have an intrinsic toolkit you can apply to rest and rejuvenate all your key body systems. It’s called the Downstate, and Dr. Sara Mednick is here to tell you how to access it—and how it can truly change your life.In her new book, The power of the ‘Downstate’, it’s about the key to rest and rejuvenation on a cellular level—and how to maximize it for energy, balance, and vitality.Professor Sara C. Mednick is a cognitive neuroscientist at the University of California, Irvine and author of The Hidden Power of the Downstate (Hachette Go!, pub date: April, 2022) and Take a Nap! Change Your Life. (Workman). She is passionate about understanding how the brain works through her research into sleep and the autonomic nervous system. Dr. Mednick’s seven-bedroom sleep lab works literally around-the-clock to discover methods for boosting cognition by napping, stimulating the brain with electricity, sound and light, and pharmacology. Her lab also investigates how the menstrual cycle and aging affect the brain. Her science has been continuously federally funded (National Institute of Health, National Science Foundation, Department of Defense Office of Naval Research, DARPA).Notable moments in this episode:💥 08:18 - what this study is saying about stress correlated to your stress😲 37:22 - what is happening to your mind-body during high-pressured environments🗡️ 45:53 - the habits you can start today to be working effectively in Downstate***Follow Sara’s Journey:Books - LinkedIn - Instagram - Website - Twitter - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
Medically and militarily Jed has relied on grace and hard work to ground him and help him excel. These principles helped him score in the top 2% on his national emergency medicine exam, go straight through US Army Ranger School and earn Honor Graduate in the Army’s Airborne and the Special Forces Dive Medical Tech courses.Outside of Medicine, Jed is passionate about service and fitness. He is an Isopure athlete and loves helping non-gym people work simple common sense fitness into their lives. Additionally, Jed has done humanitarian work on four different continents and teach clinical Ultrasound courses to Physicians in Panama and Peru. Domestically he is regularly involved with the Boys and Girls club, Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Organization and the Denver Children’s Hospital Burn Camp.Notable moments in this episode:🗡️ 13:35 - the knife attack Jed dealt with in his first year as a doctor😲 30:15 - how a brisk walk can be better for your health than a HIIT workout⬆ 34:49 - what people can optimise during covid***Follow Jed’s Journey:Men’s Health articles - Instagram - - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
Mark Bowden is a world-renowned body language expert, keynote speaker, and bestselling author. Voted Global Gurus’ #1 Body Language Professional in the world, Mark’s unique GesturePlane™ system of nonverbal communication helps audiences maximize the power of using their own body language to stand out, win trust, and gain credibility every time they communicate. Founder of communication training company TRUTHPLANE®, Mark’s live and virtual keynote speeches and training prove invaluable to business leaders and teams from influential companies across the world including Zoom, Shopify, Toyota, KPMG, American Express, the US Army and NATO; and prime ministers of G7 nations. Mark has years of experience training business and political leaders across the globe on how to use their body language both live and over digital media most effectively for superior communication. His bestselling books on body language and human behaviour, translated into multiple languages, are: Winning Body Language; Winning Body Language for Sales Professionals; Tame the Primitive Brain; and Truth & Lies, What People are Really Thinking. Mark is a regular instructor for Canada’s #1-ranked EMBA program at Kellogg-Schulich School of Business, and he is President of the National Communication Coach Association of Canada. Mark’s highly acclaimed TEDx talk “The Importance of Being In-Authentic” continues to reach millions of people, as does his own YouTube Channel and the weekly YouTube sensation “The Behavior Panel” as featured on The Dr. Phil Show. He is a go-to media commentator on the body language of politicians, celebrities and public figures, appearing regularly on CNN, CBS, and Global News, and he is frequently quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and GQ Magazine.Notable moments in this episode: 😨 15:53 - how our brains process body language❓ 27:13 - why is it important to make people not indifferent towards us?😲 48:22 - the #1 thing you can do today to get better with body language***Follow Mark’s Journey:TEDx talk - Books - LinkedIn - Website - Instagram - Twitter - Wikipedia - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
Vernon based, BC born and raised, Leah Goldstein challenges all who hear her message to push themselves past their perceived boundaries and live lives without limits. As a little girl, Leah wanted to be Bruce Lee and became the World Kickboxing champion at 17. Leah then set her sights on the Israeli Defence Force and became the first female Elite Commando instructor in a male-dominated climate, where she had to fight for every advance she made. When part ofLeah’s anti-terrorism squad were brutally murdered, Leah was sent an anonymous note that she was next. She was released from the Israeli Military to pursue her dream of becoming a pro cyclist. After a horrendous bike crash, she was told by doctors she would never ride again let alone walk without a cane. Leah continued to prove disbelievers wrong when she placed first in the women’s solo division of the world’s most arduous 3000-mile, single-stage cycling competition, Race Across America. In 2021, at 52 years old, Leah has made history as the first female to WIN the overall SOLO Division in the 39-year history of Race Across America. From terrorist attacks to crashes and prize-winning podiums, Leah’s auto-biography “No Limits” shares her mental endurance and incredible never say never life story. No Limits is not about being fearless but about being unstoppable. With intensity and humour, “No Limits” demonstrates to the reader the possibility to move beyond perceived limits; it shares stories of fighting bullies, sexism, terrorism and the ongoing battle against the fear of a merely ordinary existence.Notable moments in this episode: ❓ 21:17 - the importance of leaving a career because of YOUR dreams, not someone else's😨 31:53 - the dangers of being a female Israeli commando⚔️ 48:22 - winning a race across America on a bike***Follow Leah’s Journey:Documentary trailer - Facebook - LinkedIn - - Instagram - Twitter - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
RJ Singh is a corporate and ultra-endurance athlete, family man and is dedicated to the pursuit of self-mastery. His mission is to lead by example and share the Ultrahabits needed to achieve ultra-performance in all areas of your life.His own journey involved chronic dysfunction which included violence, crime, youth detention, jails, and chronic addiction. With the support of mentors and frameworks, RJ embarked on the path of overcoming. Through his own experiences, he developed his own framework which empowered him to rebuild and refocus his mind, body, and spirit which in turn has led to limitless possibilities.By RJ’s example and his interviews, this will provide you with the tools in the form of #ultrahabits that will enable you to perform at your optimum, ultra-performance as we call it is our true north as a movement and our sole mission is to help you to get there.Who’s the other voice in this episode? That would be Tofe, RJ’s editor.Notable moments in this episode: ❓ 10:03 - the defining moment that lead to addiction from age 13😨 21:37 - at rock bottom on the way to death⚔️ 38:54 - the most vital thing you need so you can build a habit-based mindset today***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Oberit - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast - ***Follow Tofe’s Journey:LinkedIn - Podcast - Website - Instagram -
Learn how to have a growth mindset from an Ironman, executive athlete, and super mom of five!Joy McAdams lived and learned that there is no such thing as balance. It’s all about collaboration. True success is finishing with it all, not sacrificing one to have the other. It’s all about your mindset and creating ways to grow that mindset to accomplish your goals. It’s the ability to lead others while staying authentic and staying true to yourself.Joy is also a LinkedIn Influencer that has built a community of over 100,000 followers and reaches 2 million viewers per month. She has spent the last 12 yrs teaching medical practices how to grow their practice through relationship building in the medical community and social media contentNotable moments in this episode: ❓ 08:59 - the #1 thing to teach your kids early on😅 23:27 - what it’s like to lose everything and hit rock bottom with $0 in your name⚔️ 38:30 - how you can habituate a growth mindset today***Follow Joy ’s Journey:Facebook - Instagram - LinkedIn - Twitter - Website - ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - - - Instagram - LinkedIn - Strava - YouTube - - the podcast -
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