The Ultrahabits Podcast

Ultrahabits

At Ultrahabits we are interested in “elevated” habits and optimised designs for livings, here we go under the hood with our guests to understand the minutia and to understand what processes and systems they engage or research that result in ultra enhanced living. Our guests include executives, academics, athletes, the science and medical community and much more!

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From growing up with learning and reading disabilities, to barely passing public high school, to multiple suicide attempts, to living on the streets and on welfare—Darren Jacklin was fated for failure. Throughout his upbringing, he was repeatedly told that his abilities would forever keep him from amounting to anything. For years he accepted this destiny and even succumbed to its weight several times until someone believed in him.This pivotal moment completely reshaped his life, giving him the power to believe in himself for the first time. Since then, Darren has trained over one million people in forty-eight countries, four continents, and 157 Fortune 500 Companies. He has rung the Closing Bell at NASDAQ twice, served on high-profile public and private Boards of Directors, and currently leads a Global Mission towards Global Philanthropy Projects through his Private Family Foundation.As a successful corporate trainer, world-class public speaker, and investor; Darren shares the transformative experiences that have allowed him to find his purpose.This insightful memoir takes you on a journey of successes and failures from the perspective of someone who knows what it’s like to give up on life and achieve great success. Darren’s life has been transformed by embodying persistence. Until I Become is centred around this theme in the hopes of inspiring you to do the same.Here’s what to expect in this episode: ✅ 9:50 - The fundamental steps Darren took after multiple suicide attempts✅ 33:05 - This #1 mistake Darren made with goal-setting can save years of your life✅ 51:57 - The two most important questions everyone needs to ask themselves for living a fulfilling life***Follow Darren’s Journey:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darren-jacklin-71402a2/?ppe=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/darrenleejacklin Twitter: https://twitter.com/MegaManifestor Website: https://darrenjacklin.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/darrenjacklin/ ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook - facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/Rate the podcast - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits

1 dic

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This Marine shows us how his battle with a rare disease helped him level up and become stronger.To be able to bounce back from adversity is a skill.It takes practice and experience to get back up when life punches us in the face.That’s why you need to know about Jeff Harris.On Dec 25, 2018, Jeff collapsed from exhaustion and dehydration. Within hours he was admitted to the hospital for aspiration pneumonia and eventually diagnosed with Esophageal Achalasia.Achalasia is a very rare disease (1/100,000) that prevents peristalsis which helps push food down to the stomach. It literally destroys the muscles and neurons of the esophagus making swallowing an extremely painful and challenging experience.And Jeff A guy that has seen it all. 🪖 U.S. Marine⏫ Leadership expert and scales organisations💊 A mentor to others suffering from rare diseases and cancer.🏃 Elite athlete📘 Author and SpeakerSo when you’re stuck, Jeff is the guy to help navigate you out of the trenches.Here’s what to expect in this episode: ✅ 12:51 - The transferrable traits from Marines to business✅ 22:35 - The #1 leadership reason why employees leave their jobs✅ 28:42 - Cultivating the habits needed to overcome a rare disease.***Follow Jeff’s Journey:Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffharris1775/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/montis.man/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeffrey.harris.7902 ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook - facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/Rate the podcast - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits

24 nov

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The absolute extremes; why some are compelled to push beyond the edge and what can hyper-driven business people learn from these folks? There’s the neuroscientist continuously violating his brain to override his disgust response. The hardcore wrestler turning natural-born agitation into curated ultraviolence. The architect hanging from hooks in her flesh at weekends, to better get out of her head.The ultrarunner who draws parallels between his current pursuit and his former life smoking crack.The BDSM don helping people flirt with death in order to feel more alive.The ballet dancer who could not separate her identity from her practice until at death’s door.And the porn star-turned-MMA fighter for whom sex and violence are two sides of the same coin.Where this is going is there is a part of human nature compelled to test our own limits. But what happens when this part comes to define us?Which is a reason I wanted to deep-dive with Jenny Valentish, who has a new book out, ‘Everything Harder Than Everyone Else’.It’s about people willing to do the things that most others couldn’t, wouldn’t or shouldn’t. By delving into their extreme behaviour, there’s a lot that us mere mortals can learn about the human condition.Jenny is also a journalist who freelances for The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Guardian, The Saturday Paper and Rolling Stone.Here’s what to expect in this episode: ✅ 20:53 - The upside to trauma✅ 31:38 - How to apply compartmentalisation to switch between the roles we play✅ 35:02 - How to avoid addiction taking over from discipline in your home life***Follow Jenny’s Journey:Books: http://www.jennyvalentish.com/books/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JennyValentish Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennyvalentish_public/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenny-valentish-9954781a/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jennyvalentish Website: http://www.jennyvalentish.com/ ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook - facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/Rate the podcast - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits

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17 nov

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How we can be better allies for womenMen need to fully appreciate just how crucial their support of promising junior women can be in helping them to persist, promote, and thrive in their vocations and organisations. As women succeed, lean in, and assume leading roles in any organization or work context, that culture will become more egalitarian, effective, and prone to retaining top talent.That’s why you need to listen to David Smith, PhD.A former Navy pilot, Dr. Smith led diverse organisations of women and men culminating in command of a squadron in combat and flew more than 3,000 hours over 30 years including combat missions in Iraq and Afghanistan.As a sociologist trained in military sociology and social psychology, he focuses his research in gender, work, and family issues including bias in performance evaluations, retention of women, dual-career families, military families, and women in the military.Be sure to put your notifications on for the episode tomorrow! Here’s what to expect: ✅ 10:22 - The origins of the challenge for women in the workplace✅ 24:43 - Why exactly women benefit from having male mentors✅ 44:04 - How organisations can embody the habit of encouraging women mentored by men***Follow David’s Journey:Books “Athena Rising”: http://www.davidgsmithphd.com/thebook Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/davidgsmithphd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidgsmithphd/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidgsmithphd/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/davidgsmithphd Website: https://www.workplaceallies.com/ ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook - facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/Rate the podcast - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits

10 nov

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Honesty and integrity or dishonesty and toxicity, you need to choose.OR ELSE you will lose your employees and customers.It comes down to four factors: Clear Identity, Accountability, Governance and Cross-Functional Relationships.And when executed, your team will tell the truth, behave fairly and active with purpose at work.Who’s the mastermind behind all of this?His name is Ron Carucci, a best-selling author, a 2x TEDx speaker, a regular Forbes and HBR contributor and so much more.Ron also works with CEOs and executives pursuing transformational change for their organisations, leaders, and industriesHere’s what to expect in this episode: ✅ 9:14 - What honesty practices Best Buy implemented to go from the brink of bankruptcy to profitable✅ 20:27 - How the honesty principles tie into psychological safety✅ 30:33 - The honesty habits firms can start practicing today***Follow Ron’s Journey:Books “To Be Honest”: https://www.amazon.com/Be-Honest-Power-Justice-Purpose/dp/1398600660 Forbes articles: https://www.forbes.com/sites/roncarucci/?sh=2fb47c9056d5 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roncarucci/ TEDx talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v234mvaUQ4o&t=362s&ab_channel=TEDxTalks Twitter: https://twitter.com/RonCarucci Website: https://www.navalent.com/ ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook - facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/Rate the podcast - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits

3 nov

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How will you prepare your organisation to profit from radical change?Well this former HP global futurist shows how you can future-proof your business.So you can identify “Rogue Waves” that can destroy your business.Who’s the mastermind behind all of this?Jonathan Brill is an expert on resilient growth, innovation, and decision-making during uncertainty. He was a senior leader and the Global Futurist at Hewlett Packard, where he directed long-term strategy programs, a creative director at frog design, and the managing partner of innovation firms that created over 350 products. Today he is the managing director at Resilient Growth Partners and a board member at Frost & Sullivan, a major market intelligence firm with offices in 46 countries. Here’s what to expect in this episode: ✅ 5:57 - How to prepare for a rogue wave✅ 15:45 - The absurdity Jonathan had to convince people when he was the Futurist at HP✅ 30:12 - 6 principles from his actionable framework for driving change ***Follow Jonathan’s Journey:Book “Rogue Waves”: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1264257155/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?creative=9325&creativeASIN=1264257155&ie=UTF8&linkCode=as2&linkId=ee848d448c8021b9c55503574d15a0d8&tag=jonathanbrill-20 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanbrill1/ TEDx talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcAX_IInjG4&ab_channel=TEDxTalks Twitter: https://twitter.com/jonathanbrillWebsite: https://www.jonathanbrill.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsl6BKqvm9lWd0rpCeMGATg ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook - facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/Rate the podcast - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits

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27 oct

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In 2012, Craig made a choice. He exploited the warranty policy of one of the world's largest tech companies for his financial gain.He was arrested by the FBI on 10/1/13 and eventually sentenced to 2 years of Federal Prison.He lost his wife, his homes, cars, career, and identity. He was suicidal. He wanted nothing more than to die.A well-timed visit from his best friend, followed by a visit from his Mum and Aunt, turned it all around.It was from here that he reinvented his life from scratch.Today, Craig Stanland has taken what he’s learned and specialises in working with people who want to reinvent themselves so they can create the extraordinary lives they've always wanted.He’s a Reinvention Architect, the author of the best-selling memoir, "Blank Canvas, How I Reinvented my Life After Prison," and a speaker with a TEDx titled, "How I Learned My Greatest Worth in Federal Prison." ***Follow Craig’s Journey:Book “Blank Canvas”: https://geni.us/LifeafterPrison Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/craig_stanland/ LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/craigstanlandTEDx: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrkG9VQzqIo Website: www.craigstanland.com ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook - facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

19 oct

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When you’re in the leadership trenches dealing with day-to-day challenges, it can be difficult to connect your leadership work with the results your people produce. Oftentimes, you know you’re not being the best leader you can be, but there’s no blueprint on how to do it differently. This Wall-Street Journal Best-Selling author outlines his proven leadership principles in a clear, direct way. He sweeps away the mystical fog surrounding leadership today and lays out the essential steps for success.Martin G. Moore is the former CEO of CS Energy. After a 33-year-long career, in which he worked his way up from an entry-level position in software development to later becoming a CIO, an SVP, and a Head of Strategy, Martin traded in his corner office for an enriching career as a leadership performance expert at Your CEO Mentor.Here’s what to expect from the former CS Energy and leadership performance expert: ✅  15:50 - The repercussions of businesses who are incredibly inefficient✅  32:20 - Why your business will always win with strong single-point individual accountability✅  40:27 - What no bullshit leadership actually looks like ***Follow Martin’s Journey: Book “No Bullsh!t Leadership” - https://www.martingmoore.com/thebook  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/yourceomentor  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/yourceomentor/  LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/martin-moore-075b001/  Podcast - https://www.yourceomentor.com/leadership-podcast  Website - https://www.martingmoore.com/ | https://www.yourceomentor.com/  YouTube - https://www.linkedin.com/in/martin-moore-075b001/ ***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

13 oct

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Jaquie Scammell is obsessed with Service: helping people first serve themselves so they can better serve others.Referred to as Australia's leading customer service expert, she is the Founder/CEO of ServiceQ and the creator of the Service Habits Program. Jaquie devotes her time to organisations, leaders, teams and individuals who are seeking growth emotionally, relationally and spiritually so that their service interactions leave people better than when they found them.With a vision to change the way businesses think and behave when it comes to Service, Jaquie and her team at ServiceQ, work with leaders in every industry to help transform their team's mindset, habits and ultimately elevate their service culture.Her work is underpinned by a strong foundation of mindfulness. A trained yoga, meditation & pranayama teacher, Jaquie has an approach with leaders that is easy, human and relatable.Her unique teachings reveal a deep appreciation for the human side of business and through practical experiences, have built a philosophy that concentrates on the leaders of the organisations first, equipping them to spread the spirit of a service mindset throughout their team's culture.***Follow Jaquie’s Journey: Book “Service Habits” - https://jaquiescammell.com/service-habits-book/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/JS.Management.Consulting/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jaquiescammellofficial/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jaquiescammell/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/jaquie_scammell Website - https://jaquiescammell.com/Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey: Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habits Apple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373 Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHp Facebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQ Website - ultrahabits.co/

6 oct

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What if I told you, there’s a better way of dealing with it.That’s because traditional conflict management has failed you.This guy was a former Canadian federal government lawyer and an experienced ​​conflict management consultant.His book, The Collaborative Path introduces a collaborative model to replace the debate format used for generating decisions and solutions, and even for having conversations. To have both better solutions to situations and stronger relationships among participants, Patrick provides an easy to learn, easy to use 6-step process to change the leadership conversation.In this episode:✅  8:14 - Why debate is not the best form of problem solving✅  16:12 - What people get wrong with collaboration✅  30:52 - Where sales environments can drastically improve their culture***Follow Patrick’s Journey:Book “The Collaborative Path” - https://www.amazon.ca/Collaborative-Path-Communication-Problem-Solving-Decision-Making-ebook/dp/B08P5JQZLS/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=The+Collaborative+path&qid=1607019584&sr=8-1LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrick-aylward01/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCssuaj56S5ij6aHjtVCgsSg***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

29 sept

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Pat has broken world records and created some of his own. In 2016, Pat ran 4417km in 65 days in his Spirit of India run from Kanyakumari to Kashmir, to raise awareness of the beauty of India and its people and to raise funds for the Nanhi Kali foundation, supporting the education of the Indian girl child.Pat has been awarded the high honour of the Order of Australia for his contribution to ultramarathon running, politics and charitable works. He was winner of “Achiever of the Year” (2000), awarded by Prime Minister, John Howard and National Geographic's Adventurer of the Year in 2012.Pat has raised millions of dollars for causes during his 30-year running career including Lifeline, Cancer Council, The Red Cross, Diabetes Australia and the Nanhi Kali foundation for the education of India's girl child.In this episode:✅  17:37 - The ultimate way to build resilience✅  25:21 - What responsibility actually looks like✅  28:36 - What leadership traits Pat had to get him into politics***Follow Pat’s Journey:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/patfarmerathlete/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/patfarmerathlete/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/patfarmer/Twitter - https://twitter.com/patfarmerrunnerWebsite - https://www.patfarmer.com/about***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

22 sept

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Jack Daly is an experienced and inspirational sales trainer and sales coaching expert, who inspires audiences to take action in the areas of sales management, corporate culture, and sales training.He brings 30 plus years of field-proven experience from a starting base with CPA firm Arthur Andersen to the CEO level of several national companies. Jack is a proven CEO/Entrepreneur, having built 6 companies into national firms, two of which he has subsequently sold to the Wall Street firms of Solomon Brothers and First Boston.Jack’s role as a sales trainer extraordinaire has helped craft “street tested” sales methodologies that help create truly successful sales professionals and profitable companies. His professional sales trainer know-how has turned him into an accomplished sales coaching authority and author of books including Hyper Sales Growth, The Sales Playbook for Hyper Sales Growth and Paper Napkin Wisdom, all Amazon #1 Bestsellers.Jack is an Ironman on five continents and has completed 95 marathons in over 50 states. He was married to his high school sweetheart Bonnie for 48 years before her passing in 2017 and is the proud grandfather to two grandsons and a new granddaughter. Jack received his B.S. from LaSalle University, an MBA from Wilmington College and held the rank of Captain in the U.S. Army.In this episode:✅  0:13:58 - The counter-intuitive way to sell; don’t pitch✅  0:24:44 - Are you focusing on the right activity?✅  0:45:12 - This will give you a solid competitive advantage***Follow Jack’s Journey:Books - https://jackdalysales.com/product-category/books/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ironmanjackdaly/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ultramarathon/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jackdaly/Twitter - https://twitter.com/ironmanjackWebsite - https://jackdalysales.com/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/mrjackdaly***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

15 sept

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Named by TIME magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World,” Dean Karnazes has pushed his body and mind to inconceivable limits. Among his many accomplishments, he has run 50 marathons, in all 50 US states, in 50 consecutive days. He’s run across Death Valley in the middle of summer, and he’s run a marathon to the South Pole.On ten separate occasions, he’s run a 200-mile relay race solo, racing alongside teams of twelve. His list of competitive achievements includes winning the World’s Toughest Footrace, the Badwater Ultramarathon, and winning the 4 Deserts Challenge, racing in the hottest, driest, windiest and coldest places on earth.A NY Times bestselling author, Dean is a frequent speaker and panellist at many running and sporting events worldwide.In this episode: How Dean transitioned from a corporate background to a world-class elite runner How Dean has maintained focus with having a family and growing a business Why business and running is related***Follow Dean’s Journey:Books - https://ultramarathonman.com/booksFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/DeanKarnazesInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/ultramarathon/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dean-karnazes-50688b9a/Twitter - https://twitter.com/DeanKarnazesWebsite - https://ultramarathonman.com/Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dean_Karnazes***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

8 sept

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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.In this episode: What does it mean to be free while living Radical Transformation of the individual, why is it important to address “the condition” How we rearrange our values***Follow Bede’s Journey:Websites - https://beingfreewhileliving.org | https://www.manability.com.au/about/ ***Rate the Ultrahabits podcast: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

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25 jun

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Oscar Trimboli is an author, host of the Apple award-winning podcast Deep Listening and a sought-after keynote speaker. He is passionate about using the gift of listening to bring positive change in homes, workplaces and cultures around the world. Through his work with chairs, boards of directors and executive teams in local, regional and global organisations, Oscar has experienced firsthand the transformational impact leaders and organisations can have when they listen beyond the words. He believes that leadership teams need to focus their attention and their listening on building organisations that have impact and create powerful legacies for the people they serve – today and, more importantly, for future generations. Oscar is a marketing and technology industry veteran with over 30 years’ experience across general management, sales, marketing and operations for Microsoft, PeopleSoft, Polycom, Professional Advantage and Vodafone. He consults to organisations including Air Canada, AstraZeneca, BAE Systems, CBRE, Cisco, Commonwealth Bank, Energy Australia, Estia Health, Google, HSBC, IAG, Macquarie Bank, Microsoft, PayPal, Qantas, Reebok, SAP and TAL. Oscar lives in Sydney with his wife Jennie, where he helps first-time runners and ocean swimmers conquer their fears and contributes to the cure for cancer as part of Can Too, a cancer research charityIn this episode: Communication, the lost art of listening, the cost of not listening The five levels of listening The four villains of listening***Follow Oscar’s Journey:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/oscartrimboli/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/oscartrimboli Website - https://www.oscartrimboli.com/  ***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

17 jun

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Joel “Thor” Neeb sits on the board of several national organizations and is the co-founder of a military support corporation. As Afterburner’s CEO, he leads a team of more than 70 elite military professionals. He has helped achieve strategic objectives and foster elite teams for Fortune 100 companies within the tech industry, pharmaceuticals, finance, medical devices, retail apparel and several NFL teams. Before being a CEO, Joel was a former F-15 mission commander with more than 2,500 missions flown in fighter and training aircraft. A tactical leader of 300 of the most senior combat pilots in the Air Force and oversaw the execution of a $750M/year flight program. In 2010, Joel was diagnosed with Stage IV cancer and given a 15 percent chance to live. During this time, he co-authored Survivor’s Obligation to tell the story of his cancer journey and his resolve to live an intentional life with whatever time he had left.In this episode: Finding out his son got cancer the same time he did How we can thrive from post-traumatic growth How tech companies can apply the same principles as the military to be more creative***Follow Joel’s Journey: Book - https://www.amazon.com/Survivors-Obligation-Navigating-Intentional-Life/dp/1934617474/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Joel-Thor-Neeb-534160660284376/  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/joelthorneeb/  LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/joelneeb/  Twitter - https://twitter.com/joelthorneeb  Website - https://www.afterburner.com/ ***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey: Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habits Apple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373 Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHp Facebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabits  Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/  LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/  YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQ Website - ultrahabits.co/

10 jun

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Shay is an All American / All World ranked triathlete, former black bear researcher, burn survivor with scars over 65% of his body, Bestselling author and sought out motivational speaker.  At the age of 8, Shay was set afire by a neighbor’s child and credited with saving the life of his 7-year-old friend. Despite being told he’d never play sports again, enduring over 35 surgeries the last 36 years, Shay is a 4x IRONMAN, 4x member of Team USA, 25x IRONMAN 70.3 athlete, ranked top 1% of IRONMAN worldwide, and has competed in 11 triathlon World Championships in 7 countries on 4 continents, including the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.  As a high-performing corporate, Shay has delivered exponential growth in multiple industries for over 20 years. He is a proven sales leader with demonstrable growth contributions in attracting private equity investments, including the bankruptcy turnaround of an automotive company with a successful PE exit in 2008 and a significant healthcare growth and PE exit in 2017.In this episode: Shaping identity and insecurities after returning to school from the tragic burn incident How Shay has maintains a high-performing corporate job all while training at an elite level all while he is a dad of five and husband Applying goal distractions to stay on track with priorities***Follow Shay’s Journey:Book - https://shayeskew.com/book/  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mrshaysq LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/shayeskewTwitter - https://twitter.com/shayeskew Website - https://shayeskew.com/ YouTube - https://youtube.com/user/shayeskew  ***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

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3 jun

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After a decade-long addiction to crack cocaine and alcohol, Charlie Engle hit bottom with a near-fatal six-day binge that ended in a hail of bullets. As Engle got sober, he turned to running, which became his lifeline, his pastime, and his salvation.  He began with marathons, and when marathons weren't far enough, he began to take on ultramarathons, races that went for thirty-five, fifty, and sometimes hundreds of miles, traveling to some of the most unforgiving places on earth to race. The Matt Damon-produced documentary, Running the Sahara, followed Engle as he led a team on a harrowing, record breaking 4,500-mile run across the Sahara Desert, which helped raise millions of dollars for charity. Charlie's growing notoriety led to an investigation and a subsequent unjust conviction for mortgage fraud. Engle would spend sixteen months in federal prison in Beckley, West Virginia. While in jail, he pounded the small prison track, running endlessly in circles. Soon his fellow inmates were joining him, struggling to keep their spirits up in dehumanizing circumstances. In his book, Running Man, Charlie Engle tells the gripping, surprising, funny, emotional, and inspiring story of his life, detailing his setbacks and struggles--from coping with addiction to serving time in prison--and how he blazed a path to freedom by putting one foot in front of the other. This is a propulsive, raw, and triumphant story about finding the threshold of human endurance, and transcending it. In this episode: How he got Matt Damon to executive produce his run across the Sahara Life in prison and changing lives through his personal mission Why Charlie creates his own hurdles in life***Follow Charlie’s Journey:Book - https://www.amazon.com.au/Running-Man-Charlie-Engle/dp/1476785783  Facebook - https://m.facebook.com/charlieengleruns Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/charlieengle/Twitter - https://twitter.com/charlieengle Website - http://www.charlieengle.com/  ***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

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27 may

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Adharanand Finn is the author of Running with the Kenyans, which was the Sunday Times Sports Book of the Year, won Best New Writer at the British Sports Book Awards, and shortlisted for the William Hill Sports Book Award. He is an editor at the Guardian and a freelance journalist.As well as his writings, Adharanand hosts running retreats. These retreats are distinct, unique and hosted in collaboration with someone from Adharanand's journey through running, someone who may change the way you think, and possibly even how you move.In this episode: How the Japanese corporate system is tied in with running The different styles of ultrarunning across the globe What habits are needed for someone to start running especially if they’re overweightFollow Adharanand’s Journey:Books - http://thewayoftherunner.com/books Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/adharanandfinnbooks Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/adharanand/ Podcast - http://thewayoftherunner.com/podcast Twitter - https://twitter.com/adharanand Website - www.thewayoftherunner.com ***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

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20 may

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Meet Ian, who for over the past twenty years has coached dozens of CEO's and senior executives through Foresight’s Global Coaching and have mentored many more in career transitions.Ian has an abiding interest in the development of people's capabilities and relationships (including my own), their identification of opportunities and the magnitude of what people can achieve and contribute in their lives.And to add to the credibility, Ian has also been chairman and a director or CEO of around 30 companies.In this episode: The importance of 'Virtuous cycles' in building who you are in your relationships or your business Using ‘Freedom hours’ and the leverage it can bring Playing each shot to make the next one easier to benefit collaboration in your relationshipsFollow Ian’s Journey:Book (Mental Spinach) - https://www.jessandianpollard.com/the-bookInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/jessandianpollard/Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ian-pollard-12b79212Twitter - https://twitter.com/Jess_IanPollardWebsite - https://www.jessandianpollard.com/***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

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13 may

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Meet the guy who is known as ‘Britain's Mike Tyson’.Capturing the attention of rapper 50 Cent and world boxing champion, Anthony Joshua, his menacing ring persona, he prefers to be called 'Freezy MacBones', has only added to the intimidating aura that surrounds the explosive light-heavyweight.A quick glimpse at the social media account of 'Freezy MacBones' reveals a collection of startling stoppage wins and the 'peekaboo' fighting style that Tyson adopted during his destructive world title reign.He has perfected this old school approach, even switching trainers after being advised to become more orthodox, and 'exciting offers' have been made ahead of the 31-year-old's entry to the pro ranks. Not bad for a guy who only began boxing four years ago after arriving from Ghana in 2012.In this episode: Imposter syndrome and managing fear Embracing losing, managing your ego The work ethic and habits of a boxerFollow Freezy’s Journey:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/freezymacbonesofficial/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/freezy_macbones_official_***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

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6 may

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Dan Markovitz helps organizations improve execution. He has worked with clients throughout the US and Europe. Past clients have included Microsoft, WL Gore, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Jabil, CamelBak, Clif Bar, Goodyear Tire, and dozens of smaller companies.He is a faculty member at the Lean Enterprise Institute and teaches at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, the Stanford Continuing Studies Program, and the Ohio State University’s Fisher School of Business.He’s a dynamic speaker who has keynoted conferences around the world, and the author of two books—A Factory of One and Building the Fit Organization—both of which were honoured with Shingo Research Awards.In this episode: The four steps process of the Conclusion Trap. The costs of getting decisions wrong. What are signs that we are jumping to conclusions?Follow Dan’s Journey:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/markovitzconsultingWebsite - www.markovitzconsulting.com***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

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29 abr

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Dr. Sean grew up around the fitness, health, and wellness industry. And when he graduated Chiro school, he ended up opening a clinic and a CrossFit gym. He didn’t want to be that Chiro who tells you, “You need to this exercise and be on “X” program.” Then, pat you on the back and say see you next week. He works with people and athletes, who don’t want to deal with pain and injury anymore. And at the same time, don’t want to stop their training or don’t want to keep modifying their workouts every time there’s a workout that has overhead movements. With hands-on experience running a gym that does functional movements and treating people with injuries or previous injuries, which surface from having to move functionally, Sean started getting busier. And because of his unique approach he started getting requests from clients that used to see him but moved to another city asking for workout programs.In this episode: The importance of making ourselves obsolete. Why it’s important to work on yourself five times more than your business. Why Sean uses the saying “start and then move out of your fishbowl” as a guide to mentorshipFollow Sean’s Journey:Facebook - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sean-pastuch-02ba88109/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/drseanpastuch/***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

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22 abr

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Living in an era with the highest standards of living, many of us have become comfortable living on others terms. Our inability to deal with emotions has held us back from connecting to ourselves.So how do we climbing out of the trenches of despair? With the lessons and guidance from Mark Kluwer.A former Wim Hof method instructor, Mark is the founder of Elevated Springs. Where he runs one-day events and retreats to reignite your fire within as an opportunity to seek change, growth and to connect. A rite of passage.A facilitator of personal transformation experiences and has been travelling the country sharing his passion for the life-changing power of connection - to yourself and others.In 2016, he was fortunate enough to discover the power of ice baths and the breath. Since then he has studied the benefits and hosted ice baths for thousands of people, bringing it back to ancestral roots.In this episode: The repercussions of generational toxic human behaviour. How we can live from our hearts, not our heads. Mark’s relationship with Wim Hof, the catalyst for his transformational change to others.Follow Mark’s Journey:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MarkkluwerInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/mark.tiger.kluwerWebsite - https://www.markkluwer.com***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

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15 abr

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Anthony Trucks is a former NFL Athlete, American Ninja Warrior on NBC, international speaker, host of the Aww Shift podcast, and the founder of Identity Shift coaching. He uses cutting edge science and psychology to upgrade how you operate so you can elevate your life and business to reach your full potential.After being given away into foster care at 3 years old, being adopted into an all-white family at 14, losing his NFL career to injury and more he learned how to shift at a very young age, and now his life mission is teaching others how to Make Shift Happen in their lives.In this episode: How our beliefs, thoughts and actions become our identity, and what happens when we get anchored to an identity that is not serving us? The training we do gives us the competence that develops confidence, which in turn drives the identity. Why an action-mindset trumps all.***Follow Anthony’s Journey:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonytrucks/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/AnthonyTrucks/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/anthonytrucksTwitter - https://twitter.com/AnthonyTrucksWebsite - https://anthonytrucks.com/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClyP-udb2nYMS9bsO_psN8g***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

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8 abr

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Our brains aren’t built for this world.They are built to keep us alive.The brain shortcuts that kept us safe for 200,000 years are the same ones that today prevent us from living our most powerful, productive, and purposeful lives.However, when we fear less, we make room for more. More creativity, connection, abundance, innovation, and joy.We deserve to forge beyond the limiting instincts that keep us locked into stress and anxiety.This conversation with Dr. Rebecca Heiss explains how we can identify when our brain goes into survival mode and the effective methods to ensure we live to thrive, not survive.In this episode: How to replace Automatic Negative Thoughts (ANTs) and instincts with alternative methods Types of fear we carry and how to harness them correctly Why Rebecca recommends the book ‘Bad Feminist’ to give us a better understanding of evolutionary gender roles that create confusion around masculinity***Follow Rebecca’s Journey:Upcoming book - https://www.amazon.com/Instinct-Science-Backed-Solutions-Increase-Productivity-ebook/dp/B08GKZJKSZ/ref=sr_1_1?crid=8PRCWDS0MFAO&dchild=1&keywords=instinct+rebecca+heiss&qid=1609344790&sprefix=instinct+rebec%2Caps%2C153&sr=8-1 LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rebeccaheiss/Facebook - facebook.com/drrebeccaheissInstagram - instagram.com/drrebeccaheiss  Website - Rebeccaheiss.comIcueity Website - icueity.com ***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

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1 abr

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As one of the first women to fly the Apache helicopter in the U.S. Army, leading line units on three continents, Polson combines her passion and firsthand experience in and study of leadership and grit to deliver world-class keynotes and training to companies and organizations on leadership and grit.After serving for a decade in the armed services, Polson earned her MBA at the Tuck School at Dartmouth and led outstanding teams in the corporate world at Microsoft. Today, Shannon is the founder of The Grit Institute, a leadership consultancy committed to whole leader development and a focus on grit and resilience.In this episode: A fearful time when the enemy had locked onto her chopper. How to pursue excellence in the face of fear and doubt. How the ‘Stockdale paradox’ proves why optimism isn’t the cure for adversity***Follow Shannon’s Journey:Book (The Grit Factor) - amzn.to/2RQTDjBLinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/shannonhpolsonInstagram - instagram.com/aborderlifeTwitter - twitter.com/aborderlifeWebsite - shannonpolson.comCompany website - thegritinstitute.com/***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - ultrahabits.co/

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25 mar

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In 2008, Ben Azadi went through a personal health transformation of shredding 80 pounds of pure fat. Ever since, Ben has been on a mission to help 1 billion people live a healthier lifestyle.Ben is the author of three best-selling books, The Perfect Health Booklet, The Intermittent Fasting Cheat Sheet, and The Power of Sleep. Ben has been the go-to source for intermittent fasting and the ketogenic diet.He is known as 'The Health Detective' because he investigates dysfunction, and he educates, not medicates, to bring the body back to normal function.  Ben is the founder of Keto Kamp; a global brand bringing awareness to ancient healing strategies such as the keto diet and fasting.In this episode: How intermittent fasting is ideal for a big week at work Fasting and disease prevention, how does it repair the body Societal norms on food and, things that confuse us and the misconceptions***Follow Ben’s Journey:Website: www.benazadi.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebenazadiLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/benazadi/Facebook: www.facebook.com/thebenazadiYouTube: www.youtube.com/ketokamp***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - https://anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  https://www.facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - https://ultrahabits.co/

18 mar

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What is the great lesson we have with the pain we go through in life?By adopting an action mindset known as ‘Sisu’.Sisu is a Finnish concept described as stoic determination, the tenacity of purpose, grit, bravery, resilience, and hardiness. It also seems to contribute to something that I have named the action mindset: a consistent, courageous approach toward challenges that at first seem to exceed our capabilities.This is where RJ speaks with Emilia Lahti, the founder of Sisu Labs.In her work, she integrates elements from both science and spirituality and what she views as the biggest challenge of our time is that of consciousness and how to support people in self-realization. The purpose of this is to have a competitive edge too because to be compassionate, human-centred and have integrity makes people work better and it creates better results in the long run.Emilia has a master's degree in social psychology from the University of Tampere in Finland and in a master's in applied positive psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a former student of Dr. Martin Seligman and began researching the Finnish construct of sisu under the mentorship of MacArthur Fellow recipient and research professor Dr. Angela Duckworth in 2012.In this episode: The importance of trusting your gut, the relevance of your gut-brain. Why perpetuating positivity through micro-actions is ideal to build effective habits How we have lost connection with our bodies and intuitive side.Follow Emilia’s Journey:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/emilialahti.officialTwitter - https://www.twitter.com/emilialahtiFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/sisulabLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sisulab/Homepage: https://www.sisulab.comFollow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - https://anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  https://www.facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - https://ultrahabits.co/

11 mar

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What does it take to be a great leader? Many people believe leadership is about characteristics and that it's something you either have or you don't. Once listeners understand that leadership is not a temperament but a choice, they are more apt to engage in their own development.  Choosing to engage in certain habits leads one to create incredible amounts of loyalty and followership. Dr. Peterson provides counsel and coaching to senior leaders in a variety of industries. Emphasizing leadership style and credibility, effective communication, and relationship building as building blocks to leadership success, she helps propel her clients towards excellence.  Dr. Peterson is a highly sought-after speaker where she shares the CRA message of Admired Leadership®- a viewpoint that emphasizes the behaviours that characterize the world’s most effective leaders. Dr. Peterson is a leadership professor at the Thunderbird School of Global Management where she advises and delivers executive education to a variety of global companies. In this episode:  The difference between Style vs Personality in great leadership  How an individual can be agile between the different roles they play in their life  Why New Zealand’s Prime Minister, Jacinda Arden is considered a great leader ***Follow Suzanne’s Journey: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/suzanne-peterson-948b761b8/ Admired Leadership - www.admiredleadership.com Admired Leadership Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/company/admired-leadership/ ***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey: Anchor - https://anchor.fm/ultra-habits Apple - https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHp Facebook -  https://www.facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQ Website - https://ultrahabits.co/

4 mar

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This is the remarkable story of how Joe Foster developed Reebok into one of the world's most famous sports brands. RJ and Joe deep-dive into Joe’s background and how he started Reebok in 1958 with his brother in Bolton, England and transforming it into a global household brand.Joe’s recent book ‘Shoemaker’ is a powerful tale of triumph against all the odds, revealing the challenges and sacrifices that go into creating a world-beating brand; it is also the story of how a small local business can transform itself, with the right products and the right vision, into something much, much bigger.In this episode: How Reebok was able to adapt and be nimble in their early days against Nike and Adidas. Why Joe swears by finding your ‘gatekeeper’ to create your own opportunity and luck. Joe’s biggest distraction was when building Reebok.***Follow Joe's Journey:Buy his book - https://www.amazon.com.au/Shoemaker-Reebok-Untold-Lancashire-Changed/dp/1471194019 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/reebokthefounder/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/JWFosterheritageLinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/joe-foster-a38a4b10b/Twitter - https://twitter.com/Reebokfounder***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - https://anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  https://www.facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - https://ultrahabits.co/

25 feb

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What if we used data and science to have our habits work for us?Dr. Gil Blander is internationally recognized for his research in the basic biology of ageing and translating research discoveries into new ways of detecting and preventing age-related conditions. Gil is the Founder & CSO of InsideTracker, a data and science-based company that have already helped thousands of people improve their lives by improving their bodies from the inside out, using personalized recommendations for nutrition, supplements, and lifestyle.In this episode: Why Gil dedicates his life to helping people live a longer, better life. The roadblocks people can have with adopting a scientific-based approach to wellness and health. A solution to a complicated healthcare system in the U.S.***Follow InsideTracker’s journey:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/InsideTracker/Twitter - https://twitter.com/insidetrackerInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/InsideTracker/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/insidetracker/Website - https://www.insidetracker.com/Follow Gil's Journey:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gilblander/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/gilblander/***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - https://anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  https://www.facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - https://ultrahabits.co/

18 feb

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Meet the man whose purpose is to transform 100 million people to get people off the couch by running an obstacle course. Joe Desena is the founder of Spartan, a movement that challenges and transforms people from around the world to live healthier and embrace life's challenges.In this episode: Joe's philosophy on why it is imperative to embrace a living of 'Manufactured Adversity'. How wrestling can keep us prepared in life. The most important value to embody when nothing is going right.***Follow Joe's Journey:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/realjoedesena/Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/user/SpartanRaceTubeLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/josephdesena/***Rate the Ultrahabits podcasts: - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits***Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Anchor - https://anchor.fm/ultra-habitsApple - https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHpFacebook -  https://www.facebook.com/ultrahabitsInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/ultra.habits/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Wx-9NQ81K_4mZYCmoNGvQWebsite - https://ultrahabits.co/

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11 feb

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28 ene

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