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Aug 26, 2019

A leader is someone who sets examples, provides a vision, inspires others and establishes an effective communication protocol. Whether you’re applying that leadership to coaching professional athletes, running a business or even parenting, Justin Su’a is who you want to look to for the best advice.

 

Justin is the performance psychologist for the Tampa Bay Rays and he’s coming back to the Brute Podcast this week to dive into the psychology of parenthood and the benefits of watering down your child’s ambition. He also covers a few tips on how to better lead yourself so that you can lead others at work, at home and in life. 

  

Topics:

 

03:10 – Watering children’s ambition

18:52 – Teaching humility

25:53 – Nothing is impossible

41:30 – Find something to focus on

50:26 – Process-oriented goals vs. result-oriented goals

 

Links:

 

Twitter

Instagram

 

Books:

 

Insight – Tasha Eurich

Parent Pep Talks – Justin Su’a

Essentialism – Greg McKeown

The One Thing – Gary Keller and Jay Papasan

The Power of Habit – Charles Duhigg

 

Reviews:

 

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Aug 19, 2019

Adee Cazayoux is back on this week’s Brute Podcast to join Michael in discussing six new tips on how you can improve your relationship.

 

Listen as they share a unique dialogue technique that can be used for conflict resolution and see why they say you should be training your partner like a dog.

 

If you haven’t caught your favorite power couple on their new podcast, the WAG Podcast, be sure to give it a listen for weekly updates from the Cazayouxs as they cover topics of health, nutrition and relationships.

 

 

Topics:

 

03:20 – Tip #1: Regulate yourself

16:26 – Tip #2: Phones away!

20:40 – Tip #3: Have novel experiences together

26:15 – Tip #4: Use IMAGO Dialogue Technique

35:00 – Tip #5: Have better sex, more often

41:10 – Tip #6: Praise your partner

 

Notable Mentions:

 

IMAGO Dialogue Technique

 

Books:

 

Getting the Love You Want Harville Hendrix

 

Reviews:

 

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Aug 12, 2019

Title: The Warrior, the Athlete & the Leader

 

Mark Divine is a retired Navy SEAL commander and New York Times best-selling author. He is also the founder of SEALFIT, an integrated functional fitness and mental toughness training program, and Unbeatable Mind, an intensive online training program for gaining mental clarity, increased focus, physical fitness, and increased awareness.

 

He will be joining the Brute Podcast for a second time to talk about self-evolution, including the principles of yin & yang in our daily lives.

 

In this episode, Mark hones in on the five domains of SEAL training, understanding negative patterns and the benefits of box breathing.

 

Topics:

 

04:50 – Self-evolution

16:00 – Yin vs. yang

20:20 – 5 Domains of SEAL training

27:02 – Heading into the unknown

35:57 – Implementing yin & yang into your life

38:50 – Box breathing

46:02 – Negative patterns 

67:20 – Starting a morning routine

 

Links:

 

markdivine.com     

unbeatablemind.com

sealfit.com

 

Books:

 

A Book of Five Rings – Miyamoto Musashi

Integral Meditation – Ken Wilber

 

Reviews:

 

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Aug 5, 2019

Julien Pineau’s brainchild, StrongFit, originally started as a gym with a focus on strongman training. Little did he know it would evolve into a full-on education program dedicated to teaching the fundamental patterns of human movement. 

 

So he’s returning to the #BrutePodcast this week to share some of the core principles of movement and performance that make StrongFit what it is.

 

Listen along to understand his ideas of “staying in flow,” intensity vs. volume training, and the difference between reward and value in sport.  

 

 

 

Topics:

 

06:20 - Staying in flow

20:11 - Reinforcement learning

41:40 - Vulnerability and athletics

46:07 - Reward vs value

59:03 - Intensity and volume in sports

 

Links:

 

Instagram

Strongfit.com

YouTube

 

Reviews:

 

 

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