The Primed Mind Podcast

Elliot Roe

The Primed Mind Podcast is for anyone looking to take their life to the next level by unlocking their mind's full potential. Host Elliot Roe is known as one of the top mindset and performance coaches in the world, working with top performers operating in the most demanding industries in the world.

With this mindset podcast and the Primed Mind app, Elliot introduces you to some of the world's top minds and shares the most effective mindsets, systems, and strategies that help you become the best version of yourself.

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This week's guest is Dr. Sheila Kilbane, a board-certified paediatrician, integrative medicine practitioner, and author of the book Healthy Kids Happy Moms.   Much of the talk you hear in the high-performance world is about optimizing and improving one's self, and as important as that is, the health and well being of your family has a huge impact on your potential.   In this episode, Dr. Sheila Kilbane joins the show to discuss how to make high-performance living a family affair.   Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Nov 9

32 min 36 sec

NFTs? Metaverse? Minting? Cryptopunks? Bored Apes? Lazy Lions? You might be wondering what is an NFT and why someone would pay thousands or even millions of dollars to purchase one. While some people see them as “just pictures on the internet,” others view them as the future and back up that belief with huge sums of money.  Celebrities such as Tom Brady, Steph Curry, and Reese Witherspoon are getting in on the action, and Visa even made headlines when they purchased a Crypto Punk NFT for over $150,000. This week’s guest goes by the online handle of Keyboard Monkey, and he’s one of the most successful NFT traders and a prominent influence in the field. With a decade of experience in trading stocks and cryptocurrencies, he was able to spot the NFT trend early on and take full advantage of the upswing.  This week, he joins the show to break down the mindset driving these astronomical values, explain the space in as simple terms as possible, and describe the success principles that allowed him to spot this trend and become an early adopter. NFTs? Metaverse? Minting? Cryptopunks? Bored Apes? Lazy Lions? You might be wondering what is an NFT and why someone would pay thousands or even millions of dollars to purchase one. While some people see them as “just pictures on the internet,” others view them as the future and back up that belief with huge sums of money.  Celebrities such as Tom Brady, Steph Curry, and Reese Witherspoon are getting in on the action, and Visa even made headlines when they purchased a Crypto Punk NFT for over $150,000. This week’s guest goes by the online handle of Keyboard Monkey, and he’s one of the most successful NFT traders and a prominent influence in the field. With a decade of experience in trading stocks and cryptocurrencies, he was able to spot the NFT trend early on and take full advantage of the upswing.  This week, he joins the show to break down the mindset driving these astronomical values, explain the space in as simple terms as possible, and describe the success principles that allowed him to spot this trend and become an early adopter. Download Our App: www.PrimedMind.com Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Sep 13

29 min 50 sec

Leonel Franco’s dream was to become a professional soccer player. However, when he fell short of that goal he was forced to shift his focus on other athletic endeavors.  In fact, the day the door closed on his soccer career was the same day he first stepped foot into a CrossFit gym. The competitive atmosphere of the gym allowed him to tap into the best version of himself, and he quickly started preparing to compete in the CrossFit games.  In this week’s episode, Leonel joins Elliot to discuss the mindset that allowed him to channel disappointment into opportunity and his journey to winning the title of the Fittest Man In Nevada. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Aug 10

32 min 5 sec

Robbie Bent is the CEO and Co-Founder of Inward, a company looking to solve the world's loneliness problem by creating digital and physical communities around mindfulness and breathwork. Robbie's background isn't something you'd typically associate with a breathwork practitioner. He got his start in finance, started and rapidly grew a tech startup, and eventually moved into the crypto space, becoming an early employee of the Ethereum Foundation.   In this week’s episode, Robbie joins Elliot to discuss his shift from a success-at-any-costs mindset to hosting breathwork classes in his garage-turned-bathhouse and how this led him to founding one of the most innovative companies in the breathwork space. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Jul 26

31 min 33 sec

Michael Lovitch is a co-founder of the Baby Bathwater Institute, a private membership community for highly successful entrepreneurs and founders.  The first question most people ask is, “What the heck is Baby Bathwater?” and while the name might sound a bit funny, it’s one of the most prestigious communities in the entrepreneurial space due to the methodical curation from Michael and his team.  In this week’s episode, Michael and Elliot dive deep into the power of community building and why you should start building yours immediately if you’re not already doing so. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  

Jul 5

35 min 33 sec

Lindsay Hadley is the founder of Hadley Impact, an agency that works with nonprofits, corporations, celebrities, and influencers to come together and create a huge social impact.  She's partnered with huge brands such as Coca Cola, to the most influential non-profits like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and UNICEF. She's even helped facilitate massive initiatives with the United Nations In this week’s episode, Lindsay and Elliot dive deep into the power of networking, how to create impactful human connections, as well as how turning competition into collaboration creates truly amazing results for everyone. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  

Jun 14

35 min 42 sec

Marla Mattenson & Julian Colker, known as the Intimacy Experts, teach couples in business together how to grow their companies without sacrificing the quality of their relationship.  Having been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Oprah, NBC, ABC, CBS, this powerhouse couple is co-creating a world where full expression, heartfelt appreciation, and wild play are the backbone of success in business and life. In this episode, Marla and Julian join the show to discuss the power of play and why any high-performer who neglects their relationships will grow to regret it very quickly. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  

Jun 1

30 min 43 sec

Rudy Rodriguez entered the Navy at the age of 18 with the dream of becoming an astronaut. After ten years in the service and having received his pilot wings, it looked like that dream would soon become a reality. That was until Rudy unexpectedly failed a physical evaluation, immediately ending his career in aviation.  Forced to make a decision between a different placement in the Navy and accepting an honorable discharge, Rudy decided to pursue an entrepreneurial path.  After finding success in building sales teams for companies running large live events, Rudy once again found it necessary to change directions when the COVID-19 pandemic eliminated that entire industry in just a matter of weeks.  In this episode, Rudy Rodriguez joins the show to discuss turning adversity into opportunity when life forces you to pivot. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  

May 19

32 min 23 sec

Dr. Amy Killen is an anti-aging and regenerative medicine physician specializing in “Sex and Skin.”  As an ER doctor with three young children at home (including twins!), and a husband working out of state, she found herself in a state of chronic stress.   After noticing similar stress patterns in her patients, she decided to pivot her practice to focus on performance, anti-aging, and longevity.  She joins the show to share her story of recovering from chronic stress and share her best tips for improving sexual health and optimizing for longevity. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Apr 13

33 min 32 sec

The Primed Mind Podcast, including any references, guest statements, links, or other knowledge resources, is for informational purposes only. This podcast does not provide any medical or professional advice. Please speak to your doctor before starting any new fitness or diet routine or before consuming any supplements.  Shawn Wells, known as the Ingredientologist, has formulated over 500 supplements and held titles such as Director of Research and Development for Dymatize Nutrition and Chief Scientific Officer for BioTrust Nutrition.  In this episode, Shawn shares his journey of overcoming major health obstacles, developing a strong sense of self-worth, and learning the importance of self-care for long-term performance. He discusses his supplementation philosophy and shares the most promising supplements and ingredients he’s currently working on.   Shawn has recently released the book The Energy Formula, where he shares his six pillars for gaining focus, being more productive, and living longer. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Apr 6

35 min 49 sec

Michael Cazayoux’s story begins with overcoming significant substance abuse issues, starting at a very young age. Since then, he's gone on to win the CrossFit team games two years in a row, build a large podcast, and run an incredibly successful nutrition coaching company. His most recent project is called Soul Searching Adventure, where he takes men on backpacking excursions and creates a transformative experience in the process.  Click play to discover what it took for Michael to finally overcome his addictions and how he uses what he learned to help others make breakthroughs in their own lives. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Mar 30

34 min 14 sec

Have you ever been told it’s not polite to talk about money? From a young age, most of us are taught to avoid tough conversations around money and quickly develop limiting beliefs and misconceptions about finances that dramatically reduce our potential to generate wealth.  Brie Sodano is a personal finance expert who’s looking to change all of that. After hearing every limiting belief there is in her work as a stockbroker, she founded Sheep to Shark to help people reframe their relationship with money, allowing her clients to tap into their full earning potential.  In the episode, Elliot and Brie tackle many of the most common limiting money mindsets and give you strategies for breaking out of your financial comfort zone. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  

Mar 23

31 min 46 sec

At just 14 years old, Jason Koonce already started his first business, buying and selling sports cards. He’d often skip school and travel to card shows, searching for hidden gold in collections others were trying to offload. Now, he’s one of the world’s leading experts in one of the fastest-growing alternative investment markets in the world.  People used to think it was “cute” when Jason told them he bought and sold sports cards for a living. Now athletes, celebrities, and institutional investors are coming to him for his advice on how to take advantage of this modern-day gold rush.  Check out this week’s episode to discover how Jason was able to turn his childhood hobby into a multi-million-dollar business. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  

Mar 16

29 min 24 sec

After leaving the military, Steven quickly climbed the corporate ladder, building a solid business reputation across Europe… He even wrote a bestselling book about his experience at war. But even with all of that external success, he still felt lost. After reaching a breaking point, Steven spent eight months at a monastery, rediscovered his identity, and created his purpose and meaning from the inside out. He now consults with some of the biggest brands in the world on company culture and growth strategy. In this episode, Steven Eugene Kuhn reflects on his humble, small-town, beginning to working with huge brands, celebrities, and royalty, and all the challenges he faced in-between. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Mar 9

31 min 47 sec

After becoming a mom, two-time NPC Bodybuilding Champion Charlene started a business and spent less time at the gym—too busy for love or friendship. But when the stay-at-home order forced her to reconsider, she realized she had been depriving herself of human connection. Seeing opportunity in the global crisis, Charlene created Social Gym Club, an innovative platform for fitness-focused people to interact and build connection. Check out this episode for Charlene’s story, plus tips and advice for getting started on the entrepreneur journey. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Mar 2

31 min 58 sec

Tom Wang flunked out of three colleges because of poor grades. His friends thought he was a loser. His family thought he would fail. But Tom conquered the doubt and created his success on his own terms… After finally finishing his degree, he made it his goal to earn $100,000 in the first year—and he crushed it. Then, he discovered Amazon and built his first thriving business, which he exited in 2021, and now he coaches other FBA business owners. What did it take for this entrepreneur to go from a zero to one of the top salesmen in his industry to successful businessman? Listen to this episode to hear Tom’s journey. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Feb 25

31 min 7 sec

Could the poison from an Amazonian frog improve mental performance? With its centuries-long history of use in Peru and Brazil as a tool for hunting and healing, the ceremonial use of Kambo shows promise for mental, emotional, and physical health… But the scientific jury is still out on whether or not the effects are real and measurable. However, Jonathan Gold of Planet Kambo has experienced it himself, and he’s a firm believer. In fact, he’s made it his mission to share Kambo with the world. Inside this episode, Jonathan shares how the practice has helped him and his clients gain a performance edge. Click play to catch the story. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Feb 16

34 min 22 sec

Eric Malzone dreamed of a life beyond the corporate sales grind… So, when his friend asked if he wanted to open a gym together, he jumped on the opportunity. Over the next decade, Eric grew successful brick-and-mortar businesses, cultivated his network, and followed through with his vision. He’s built an empire for himself, and now he teaches others in his industry how to do the same. What does it take to become an entrepreneur and leave the nine-to-five behind? In this episode, Eric shares what he learned from taking the big plunge, tackling failures, and pushing through challenges along the way. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  

Feb 9

33 min 38 sec

Unlock your greatness on demand with the Primer Mind app.  What's it like to create something most people think is impossible?  Inspired by the $430,000 auction of the first AI artwork ever created, Ben Kovalis and his friend set out to turn this science fiction into reality—and make it affordable for everyone. Their company, Art AI Gallery, features one-of-a-kind artworks generated entirely by computer algorithms. Even more incredible, it teaches itself to create more and more mesmerizing pieces over time! What started as a clever idea has grown past anyone’s wildest expectations, captivating artists and art lovers around the world. Catch the incredible story (and learn how it works) inside this episode. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Feb 2

32 min 47 sec

Imagine for a moment—if you could access vast resources, what might you be able to accomplish? How quickly might your ideas become reality… if only you had the money? The good news is there’s funding available, waiting to be invested. But how can you tap into it? In this episode, co-founder of Breather and Practice, and bestselling author, Julien Smith talks about how he unlocked the universe of venture funding and stayed ahead of the game as CEO of a fast-growing company. Plus, he shares tips for business owners seeking outside investment for the first time. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  

Jan 26

34 min 15 sec

Devin Alvarez’s road to success wasn’t a straight shot. Disillusioned with military duty and deep into alcohol, he struggled to find meaning in life… In this episode, Devin Alvarez, CEO of Straight Hemp, shares how he transformed PTSD and anxiety into his greatest mission: helping others with plant-based products. Listen to Devin’s story and get inspired. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Jan 19

34 min 12 sec

Meet Ben Knegendorf, the unlikely businessman. As a full-time forklift operator in a Walmart distribution center, he dared to dream of a different life. A life free from the timeclock. A life where he could choose how to invest his energy and money. A life without limits and on his own terms. When he sold his side hustle for a year’s salary at the warehouse, he realized he could kiss the old job goodbye. Listen to this episode to learn how Ben unlocked his freedom from the nine-to-five through curiosity, gumption, and determination. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Jan 8

33 min 5 sec

From calming your mind to healing your body to making you live longer… Can the breath really do all that? Science says the benefits are real! Bestselling author James Nestor traveled all over the world, collecting stories and working with researchers, to create his book Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art. In this episode, he shares the transformative journey this writing project took him on, the incredible successes he encountered, and how you can start using your breath to supercharge your mind and body. Click play to learn more! Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  

Jan 3

32 min 54 sec

How much faster could you make progress in your career or business if you had the opportunity to focus on only your highest-leverage and most enjoyable tasks?  In this episode, SEO expert, digital strategist, and serial entrepreneur Nick Eubanks talks about the freedom he gained by handing over the CEO title. After his business started to plateau, Nick realized he could better serve his company by releasing control and focusing on his strengths of growth marketing and developing new ideas.  In early 2020, he hired a CEO to free up his time and mental energy to focus on his strengths and talents. Listen to this episode to hear Nick’s wisdom and insight on business leadership, along with helpful tips on funneling more traffic to your website. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Dec 2020

34 min 32 sec

In a world of lockdowns, isolation, and remote work, communication skills are more important than ever. Whether it's communicating with your team or catching up with friends and family, virtual spaces are where connection happens in today's world.  While this may feel like a massive shift, the principles of good communication stay the same.  It’s not just what you say but how you say it with tone and body language. Zoom calls are here to stay, so we invited Blake Eastman of The Nonverbal Group to share some tips and tricks to get you on the path to better video calls. Struggling to keep your employees engaged in your virtual meetings? Don’t be a snooze fest! Check out this episode for some insight into where you might be going wrong—and how to fix it. Blake and his team are the experts on body language, especially when it comes to business. Not only does The Nonverbal Group research what makes great communication, but Blake coaches executives and business owners on how to make theirs better. Listen to this episode to learn more. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Dec 2020

35 min 32 sec

It doesn’t matter where you come from, what your family is like, nor the circumstances you find yourself in today—you are absolutely capable of climbing your personal mountains. In this episode of the Primed Mind Podcast, David Shurna of No Barriers shares how you can break through and find purpose and strength, no matter what you’ve been through. No Barriers is a nonprofit organization which empowers people to redefine life after adversity and trauma through a combination of a six-month online course and challenging outdoor expeditions, like kayaking the Grand Canyon or climbing the tallest mountain peaks. Through their work at No Barriers, David and his team given new hope to disabled veterans, who defy all odds and rediscover purpose, community, and vision for their lives. They also empower others who have been through traumatic events, and they equip teens and their teachers to handle the challenges life brings. Struggle and hardship are universal in the human experience—how do you respond to it? Do you allow your past to limit you? Let this episode inspire you to break through! Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  

Dec 2020

33 min 18 sec

You’ve probably seen the flashy clips of stuntmen doing crazy jumps, but maybe you’ve never heard of the martial arts side of parkour. It’s not just about showing off… In fact, parkour is incredibly challenging, both physically and mentally. It tests your knowledge of self. It builds confidence. And it teaches you to trust in your abilities. In this episode, long-time parkour trainer Matthew Barnes talks about developing his mental fortitude through parkour, bringing these mindset skills to business, and taking big entrepreneurial leaps. Not only has Matt challenged himself with backflips and running jumps, but he’s also built LAEF (Local Agriculture Expansion Foundation) with his wife to connect small farms with local consumers and cut down on their costs for marketing and payment processing. How do you know when to take risks? Matt says it’s all about dancing on the edge of your mental limits while staying well within your physical ones. Listen to this episode to learn more! Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  

Dec 2020

31 min 45 sec

Do you struggle with sleep? You won’t want to miss this episode of the Primed Mind Podcast. When it comes to high performance, quality sleep is perhaps the most crucial component to your day-to-day success. Everyone knows that not getting enough of it drains your cognitive functions, your energy levels, and your health… But knowing facts isn’t enough! Due to lifestyle habits of modern living, many people find quality sleep to be elusive. What’s the secret to a good night’s rest? Well, there are a lot of ingredients that go into making a solid sleep schedule… And the good news is that sleep is a skill you can learn! Our guest for this episode is Mollie McGlocklin, founder of Sleep Is A Skill, a company that teaches people how to get to sleep, stay asleep, and wake up ready for high performance, using a combination of behavioral changes, accountability, and technology. You, too, can learn how to get a good night’s sleep! Inside this episode, Mollie shares some practical tips and tools you can start using today to improve the quality and quantity of your rest. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Nov 2020

34 min 30 sec

Start Your Free 7-Day Trial Of Primed Mind Plus Alone on a stage with a mic in hand, all eyes on you—how do you perform? Lars Callieou, a 17-year veteran stand-up comedian who has been featured on stages in 25 different countries, has a lot of insights to share about being a high-performer.  In this episode, he reveals how he handles the pressure to perform, dealing with hecklers, and learning the most valuable insights from his worst performances. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Nov 2020

33 min 18 sec

Click Here To Enroll In John Assaraf's Free Brain-A-Thon Live This Saturday, November 14th It’s easy to set a goal… But what does it take to make it reality? Most people struggle to get out of the wishing and wanting stage—what’s holding them back? See, goal setting and action taking happen in two completely different parts of the brain… To bring them together, working in harmony towards your goals, you’ve got to upgrade the operating system that runs your biocomputer. And the key is in your subconscious habits. The good news is you can reprogram your operating system through awareness, intention, and action! In this episode, bestselling author John Assaraf shares strategies for making your dreams your reality. Not only is John an expert on self-development, but he brings together world-renowned researchers for the annual Brain-A-Thon event to share the latest in tools, techniques, and conversations in neuroscience and neuropsychology. Listen to this episode to learn more! Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Nov 2020

31 min 4 sec

Fedor Holz may have retired from playing poker full time, but that doesn’t mean he’s been sitting on his hands… Over one weekend this past summer, Fedor scored over $2 million in online tournament wins, and he’s been exploring his other passions in life, like coaching clients and building businesses. In fact, Fedor is the cofounder for Primed Mind, and we’ve got some exciting content in the works for the Primed Mind community! In this episode, Fedor talks about doing what you love, how it can evolve and shift over time, and what it means to journey down the path of least friction… Where do you feel the most flow in your life? Follow that to find fulfillment. Listen to this episode to learn more! Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode.  

Nov 2020

37 min 9 sec

From piloting fighter jets in the highest level of the Navy to exiting the multimillion-dollar oil and gas company he built, Mike Brown shines as a high achiever. But after ticking all the boxes of accomplishment and still feeling empty inside, he realized he needed to give more meaning to his life than wins… In this episode, Mike reflects on his journey to find significance in self-acceptance, self-love, and fulfilling relationships with the people that matter to him most. He shares how he applied his military training to business decisions and created wealth for himself and his family, along with some tips for exiting your company at the right time. These days? Well, Mike is slowing it down and enjoying the ride. He is growing as a father. He’s taking the time to do the things he loves doing. He doesn’t know what his ‘next big thing’ will be… But he’s OK with that, too. Listen to this episode to hear Mike’s story. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Oct 2020

39 min 51 sec

What does it take to raise kids for a rapidly changing future world? Katie Wells, founder of Wellness Mama, joins me in this episode to talk about building her kids’ education from the ground up. The sad reality is that the public school system hasn’t changed much in the last hundred years—so is it really prepping our children for a successful future? Forget test taking. Ditch the grading system. Finish all schoolwork in the morning and let them be free to play creatively all afternoon. These are some of Katie’s fresh ideas on raising her six children into capable, confident, and entrepreneurial adults. In this episode, Katie shares her framework for homeschooling her kids, how to encourage critical thinking and creative skills, cheap ways to keep your kids healthy, and managing your family like a business. Catch this episode to hear the conversation! Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Oct 2020

37 min 13 sec

After finding himself feeling empty after climbing the ranks at Oracle, Tim realized there’s more to life than profits. My guest today is Tim Kelley, author of True Purpose. He consults and speaks all around the world to executives and business leaders about creating meaning and a mission. He helps profit-based companies to transform into profitable purpose-based ones. And what’s the result? Usually, it means more employee engagement, more aligned employee retention, and more profits. Does your business have a purpose? Listen to this episode to learn more. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Oct 2020

33 min 57 sec

When she started research for her book on luck and control, Maria Konnikova had no idea of the surprising path this project would take her on… She studied psychology at Harvard and got her PhD from Columbia University – who would have guessed that she would turn poker professional? Certainly not her grandmother! What started off as a psychology book project turned into winning the internationally televised PokerStars Caribbean Adventure tournament and a Team Pro deal from PokerStars and eight months of full-time tournament play… Maria went from having zero experience or interest in poker to becoming a professional in an impressively short amount of time. It takes commitment, self-awareness, and simply putting in the hours to achieve proficiency (and mastery) in anything you want to accomplish. Listen to this episode to hear Maria’s incredible success story… Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Aug 2020

28 min 19 sec

To maintain high performance while growing your business to the next level, you’ve got to outsource some of the work. That way, you can focus your time on doing what you do best. Our guest for this episode is Nathan Hirsch – he knows all about effective delegation. In fact, he created his company Outsource School to share everything he knows about it. But before that, Nathan founded, grew, and eventually sold FreeUp, a virtual assistant platform. His career began in the early days of Amazon, selling college textbooks. After some time, he found he couldn’t do it all himself – and he made more than a few hiring mistakes… Can you relate? Time management is vitally important for the high-performing person. Listen to the episode to learn about creating systems for workload delegation and outsourcing, costly hiring mistakes to avoid, and how to keep drama from overtaking your workforce. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Aug 2020

29 min 11 sec

What if you could snap your fingers and generate a state of gratitude, energy, and confidence? Well, that’s exactly what this week’s A-Game Advantage guest, Nicholas Spohn, teaches his clients to do. Nicholas is a hypnotherapist and performance coach who specializes in using body language to create specific emotional states allowing you to access peak performance on demand. In this episode, Nicholas shares his four steps to creating powerful body language patterns, and how you can start implementing them in your own life today. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode

Jul 2020

29 min 31 sec

Bob Dalton is the founder and CEO of Sackcloth & Ashes, a mission-driven company that gives a blanket to a homeless shelter for each one purchased. He shares his motivation for wanting to become a social entrepreneur and reveals the personal story that inspired him to action. Bob and Elliot discuss the exciting road ahead for Sackcloth & Ashes, how Bob balances a busy work life with his family life, and how you can support whatever cause calls to you. Listen in to learn some valuable tips for becoming a social entrepreneur – and learn the advice Bob would give his younger self when he was just getting started. 3 Key Points As a social entrepreneur, understand who is the true hero. Trust your gut and continue to move forward. Collaborate, join a cause, and support it! Contact/Resources Primed Mind – Elliot’s Mindset Coaching App Bob’s Website Sackcloth & Ashes

May 2020

26 min 7 sec

Stephan Spencer, an author, speaker, consultant, podcast host, founder of Netconcepts, and leading expert in Search Engine Optimization (SEO), is an optimization pro – in all areas of life. He shares why being experimental, comfortable with uncertainty, and willing to put yourself out there is key to success, and proves it with his own story. Stephan explores the value of SEO and he explains why he sees it as the “operating system of the internet”. Listen in to learn what SEO can do for you and your business, what to watch out for, and why it’s an asset – and hear why SEO is like a chess game where you can move your opponent’s pieces, too. 3 Key Points Don’t be afraid to put yourself out there! Distinctions make a difference and everything is an experiment. Be comfortable with uncertainty in SEO and life. Contact/Resources Primed Mind – Elliot’s Mindset Coaching App Stephan’s Website Marketing Speak Podcast Get Yourself Optimized Podcast A Free 15-Minute Consultation

May 2020

29 min 38 sec

Bill Schuffenhauer, a leadership, employee engagement, and personal development speaker and coach, shares how he shifted his mindset to become a 3-time Olympian and silver medalist despite an extremely challenging start. Bill now sees his journey in a positive light and explains how he shifted his mindset to push past his tragedies. Now, he helps leaders and corporate teams transform and succeed by finding their bigger “why” – and he’s never been happier. Listen in to learn why mentorship is so important and get inspired to write your story and finally live your dream. Click here to access the full show notes & extra content for this episode and to listen to all of the other episodes! 3 Key Points Your tragedies or downfalls don’t define you. You can write your own story. Be consistent. Contact/Resources Primed Mind – Elliot’s Mindset Coaching App Bill’s Twitter Bill’s Facebook Bill’s LinkedIn Bill’s Website

Apr 2020

29 min 35 sec

Alexandra Stockwell, a relationship and intimacy expert, knows what it takes to have a committed relationship that is deeply passionate, satisfying, and fun. She helps couples who just know their relationship could be better so they can up-level their relationship and their quality of life. Alexandra and Elliot discuss some common issues couples have and the surprising discovery she has made about conflict resolution, compromise and taking responsibility (it’s not what you’d think!). Listen in to learn an exercise that’ll get your relationship moving in the right direction – and hear some tips for communicating with your partner in a way they’ll understand. Click here to access the full show notes & extra content for this episode and to listen to all of the other episodes! 3 Key Points You can have a committed relationship that is passionate. Cultivate curiosity by asking open-ended questions. You are 100% responsible for your relationship. Contact/Resources Primed Mind – Elliot’s Mindset Coaching App Alexandra’s Website Alexandra’s Book

Apr 2020

32 min 23 sec

This week's guest is Dr. Stephen Cabral. Dr. Cabral is a Board Certified Doctor of Naturopathy and founder of the Cabral Wellness Institute. An important part of being a high performer is being better prepared than your competition, and right now, all of our biggest competition is the COVID-19 virus and the impact caused by our attempts to combat it. Dr. Cabral joins us to share some proactive measures you can take to boost your immune system, giving you the best chance to stay healthy and safe. Being well prepared will go a long way in easing stress and anxiety, which, as you'll hear, can wreak havoc on your immune system. Click here to try Elliot Roe's Primed Mind app for free Click here to access the full show notes & extra content for this episode and to listen to all of the other episodes!

Mar 2020

33 min 14 sec

Want To Make 2020 Your Best Year Yet? Join The 20 Days To A Primed 2020 Challenge John Assaraf, New York Times bestselling author, founder of NeuroGym, and leading mindset and performance expert, shares the science behind rewiring your mindset to get rid of self-sabotaging patterns. John shares about his troubled childhood and how his first mentor taught him the difference between “interested” and “committed”. He gives practical “innercises” to change your mindset and make decisions free of fear or self-limitation. Listen in to get tips from his latest book – and learn the first step towards achieving your biggest dreams and goals so you can get there faster. 3 Key Points When you truly commit, everything changes. Get out of your comfort zone in order to reprogram your brain. Interruptive patterns change neural networks. Contact/Resources Primed Mind – Elliot’s Mindset Coaching App John’s Website John’s Instagram and Facebook page FREE Brain-A-Thon John’s Book - Innercise

Jan 2020

32 min 53 sec

In this episode, Jamie Seamans, a life-long entrepreneur and cofounder of Garage Kings, shares how to scale a business you love. Jamie opens up about his biggest challenges and how he kept hustling – even when his wife was uncertain about his vision. Jamie and Elliot discuss learning, growth and mentorship, and Jamie explains the stages of business he believes are best for each. Listen in to hear the three things Jamie thinks about daily, why it’s dangerous to connect your purpose with your job, and the number one thing every entrepreneur must know about their business. Click here to access the full show notes & extra content for this episode and to listen to all of the other episodes! 3 Key Points Get the momentum going from the beginning! Get clear on your purpose and don’t just link your purpose to your job. Life is stages of letting go. Contact/Resources Primed Mind – Elliot’s Mindset Coaching App com - Website Garage Kings - YouTube

Dec 2019

26 min 49 sec

In this episode, Steph and Shay, a power-couple that has successfully trained and coached couples for a decade, explain how to enhance and strengthen your relationship with your partner. Steph and Shay share their journey to becoming relationship coaches and vulnerably share about their own personal relationship. They give real-life examples of transformed relationships and give some tips that are sure to make a difference in the way you communicate. Listen in to learn about “love crumbs”, reestablishing rapport, and the true purpose of relationships – and get a peek at what they offer in their courses so you can perform at a higher level alongside your loved one. Click here to access the full show notes & extra content for this episode and to listen to all of the other episodes! 3 Key Points Weak communication is the #1 root issue in relationships. A strong relationship is key to high performance. The true purpose of a relationship is wholeness. Contact/Resources Primed Mind – Elliot’s Mindset Coaching App Steph and Shay’s Website

Nov 2019

31 min 55 sec

In this episode, Scott Young, the author of the bestselling book Ultralearning, explains the difference between traditional learning and ultralearning. Scott describes the qualities of an ultralearner and breaks down what we must do to activate knowledge. Elliot and Scott discuss why it’s important to be direct and why we lack the ability to transfer our knowledge from the classroom to real life. Listen in to hear the steps you can take to become an ultralearner so you can learn and use whatever you choose. Click here to access the full show notes & extra content for this episode and to listen to all of the other episodes! 3 Key Points Tailor the way you learn to your specific goal. The easiest path isn’t always the most effective. Be deliberate and direct. Contact/Resources Primed Mind – Elliot’s Mindset Coaching App Elliot’s Survey  Scott’s Website Scott’s Book - Ultralearning

Nov 2019

30 min 37 sec

In this episode, Justin Kavanaugh, owner and head coach at the Sport and Speed Institute, shares why mindset comes first – even for athletes. Justin explains how the mind-body connection is integrated in his work and why his program taps into not just the body, but the mind and spirit. Elliot and Justin discuss why any successful person must be rooted in their passion, purpose and principles to be truly fulfilled. Listen in to hear some tips from Justin on how to get an advantage and perform at your best.   Click here to access the full show notes & extra content for this episode and to listen to all of the other episodes! 3 Key Points Training the mind comes first.  To excel you need passion, purpose, and principles.  The biggest power is being able to mentally turn on and off no matter the circumstance. Contact/Resources Primed Mind – Elliot’s Mindset Coaching App Justin’s InstagramThe Sport and Speed Institute website

Oct 2019

30 min 11 sec

In this episode, Elliot speaks to Nir Eyal about his new book 'Indistractable.' Click here to access the full show notes & extra content for this episode and to listen to all of the other episodes! 3 Key Points Distraction is anything that takes you away from what you intended to do. Traction is anything the moves you closer to what you intended to do.  The first step to mastering distractions is learning to manage internal triggers. Work hard and go home. Contact/Resources Nir’s Website Indistractable Book Distraction Guide  Schedule Maker

Sep 2019

27 min 37 sec

In this episode, Bill Perkins, a successful businessman, hedge fund manager, and high-stakes prop better, reveals the ripple effect he loves to see from prop betting. Bill explains the difference between something that’s impossible and something that simply requires hard work and resources, and shares how he tries to bring out the best in people. Elliot and Bill discuss his upcoming book “Die With Zero” and what he believes is the biggest mistake someone can make. Listen in to learn how to get real results – now. Click here to access the full show notes & extra content for this episode and to listen to all of the other episodes! 3 Key Points Your beliefs inform your behavior. Change your beliefs, change your behavior.  Always do your best and recognize the possible.  You aren’t going to live forever and your resources aren’t static. Contact/Resources Primed Mind – Elliot’s Mindset Coaching App Bill’s Instagram Bill’s Book – Die With Zero

Aug 2019

27 min 53 sec

In this episode, Lauren Zander, the co-founder of Handel Group, reveals how to identify and interrupt destructive behavioral patterns. Handel Group is a renowned corporate consulting and life coaching company dedicated to teaching people how to realize their personal and professional visions. Elliot and Lauren discuss the Handel Method and how she came to develop it for herself and those she teaches. Listen in to learn “how to human better” by stopping the lies and realizing a worthwhile dream.   Click here to access the full show notes & extra content for this episode and to listen to all of the other episodes! 3 Key Points It’s important to study our parents and our epigenetics. You need basic principles to produce actual change. Don’t lie to yourself and others.  Contact/Resources Primed Mind – Elliot’s Mindset Coaching App Lauren’s Website – Handel Group

Aug 2019

29 min 6 sec