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S3E31: A Reminder on How to Slay That Giant Ahead of You

April 28, 2019 No Comments

Every great goal is achieved by first overcoming a giant obstacle in the way. Even the best Competitors in the world first had to learn how to become someone capable of overcoming the obstacle. On this week’s episode, hear a lesson by the world’s greatest on how to train yourself to become someone capable of slaying the giant. Please leave us a review at: https://apple.co/2tMgSzZ Click here to Support the Show Shop the Gear: Use code PODCAST…

S3E30: Brian Cain, Building Mental Toughness

April 24, 2019 No Comments

No matter how hard you work or how dedicated you are to achieving your goals, if you don’t have the right mental attitude, you’ll struggle to do your best. Closing that gap between where you are and where you want to be comes down to learning mental toughness and employing strategies for success. This week, mental performance coach Brian Cain talks about how to go from having an average mindset to an elite one, through focusing…

S3E29: If You Don’t Like It, Do Something About It

April 21, 2019 No Comments

But don’t do that. Benches cleared Tuesday during a baseball game between the Kansas City Royals and Chicago White Sox after Royals pitcher Brad Keller hit White Sox batter Tim Anderson in the ribs in retaliation after Anderson hit a home run and flipped his bat celebrating. Let the kids play. pic.twitter.com/J4s4I7cM4p — Chicago White Sox (@whitesox) April 17, 2019 Benches clear in Royals-White Sox after Brad Keller hits Tim Anderson in the 6th inning. pic.twitter.com/u9IhZ56AvP…

S3E28: Randy Jackson, Culture Beats Strategy

April 17, 2019 No Comments

For Coach Randy Jackson, culture is key. This week on the podcast, we hear from Jackson about team-building and co-creating team culture to create a framework both players and coaches buy into. After all, he says, if a group has common goals and speaks the same language both on the field and off, they are primed for success, even if they don’t always win. The way to build that strong culture lies in having a dialogue…

S3E27: How to Overcome Self Doubt

April 14, 2019 No Comments

Today I’m sharing my own struggles with self-doubt and the three-step action plan I implemented to overcome those doubts. If you’ve ever doubted your abilities, your path, or your situation, listen to how these three actionable steps can silence those doubts and build your self-confidence. Please leave us a review at: https://apple.co/2tMgSzZ Support the Show: Use code PODCAST to get 15% off your next order in the Compete shop here. Support the Sponsor: Use code CED_STRIKE_30 to…

S3E26: Ryan Schultz: ROMWOD, KillCliff, and Finding Success In Your Roots

April 10, 2019 No Comments

To be successful as an adult, it’s important to go all the way back to your roots and remember what’s at your core. That’s a key point from this week’s guest, entrepreneur Ryan Schultz. Schultz has been involved with numerous brands and projects on the rise, including ROMWOD, or Range of Motion Workout of the Day. Good business practices are based on good principles, Schultz says. And those often stem from the values you learned as…

We Beats Me

April 8, 2019 No Comments

As the Texas Tech men’s basketball team takes to the court tonight against Virginia in the NCAA men’s championship, all eyes will be a perceived ragtag bunch of players who have united for the school’s historic run. In fact, of the five starting players for Tech, none were a coveted 5-star recruit coming out of high school nor even an all-star level 4-star recruit. Texas Tech starting 5 Tariq Owens – 185th in 2014 3⭐️Jarrett Culver…

S3E25: Be Thankful You’re Not Ready Yet

April 7, 2019 No Comments

I know what it’s like to be frustrated by the fact that you aren’t where you thought you’d be by now. We start after a goal with big dreams in our eyes, and 1, 2, or 5 years down the road, our current reality isn’t what we’d expected – and we still have farther to go. Be glad for the delay. If you’d gotten your wish from the start, it could’ve ruined your entire journey. Hear…

Why Baseball is the Perfect Teacher of How to Be Successful in Life

April 4, 2019 No Comments

Spring is marked not by the changing of the seasons and blooming of the flowers, but by the cry “Play Ball” as Opening Day signals the start of a new baseball season. Fans filled with hope pile into stadiums around the country to enjoy America’s past time and watch millionaires hit 90mph fastballs into the stands. Millions more climb onto wooden bleachers to cheer on their own little league slugger as he/she takes their Saturday afternoon…

S3E24: Geoff Woods, The ONE Thing

April 3, 2019 No Comments

Sometimes you need to take a step back and look at the habits you have. Do they keep you on the right track? Are they taking you in a direction you don’t want to go? Are they allowing you to stagnate, instead of moving forward? After all, it’s the habits we practice that shape the futures we have. So, it’s critical to envision where you want to be, and find ways of moving toward that in…

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