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Optimize your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual life with interviews from experts in fitness, meditation, psychology, travel, and entrepreneurship. If you like Tim Ferriss, Joe Rogan, Dave Asprey, or Ben Greenfield, you'll be inspired. Come by part of our community led by Matt Wilson co-founder of the travel company Under30Experiences.
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Now displaying: February, 2016
Feb 29, 2016
Tony The Fridge is not afraid to tell the world that they can beat cancer and depression. He ran 30 marathoms in 30 days with a refrigerator on his back.
 
Listen in as Tony shares some incredibly personal anecdotes from his childhood abuse, battle with depression, and suicide attempt that led to his quest to run across America with a refrigerator on his back.
 
Tony also tells me off for asking about "fitness hacks" because he insists there is no easy way out.
 
"Make your life a movie," Tony tells me, and "do what you were meant to do." 
 
"Find a purpose that is bigger than you and find out who you are," Tony continues... 
 
This is a truly inspirational interview and one that you will not want to miss whether you are seeking motivation to get out of bed every morning, start that project, or go on your epic quest.
 
 
Want to get involved and help Tony fight cancer? http://www.justgiving.com/tonythefridge
 
 
Books and Movies mentioned:
 
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
The Strangest Secret by Earl Nightingale
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Feb 22, 2016
Craig Ballantyne says more structure = more freedom on this week's podcast!
 
Our interview about The Perfect Day Formula: How to Own the Day and Control Your Life is filled with actionable steps on how you can develop your own personal commandments using Craig's 5 Pillars of Success.
 
Want to learn to say no more?  How about starting a "Not To Do" list?
 
And yes, there is even a ton of valuable information on sleep-- one of our favorite topics, using the 10-3-2-1 rule. 
 
Books mentioned:
The Perfect Day Formula by Craig Ballantyne
On Writing by Stephen King 
 
and... a link to the best information I've ever heard about sleep from our friends at Barbell Shrugged
Feb 15, 2016
Brandon Epstein from Zen Dude Fitness gives us his formula to create "identity statements" and condition your psychology.  Brandon's visualization exercises help re-wire your brain through the concept of neuroplasticity.  
 
The art of happiness is one that few people understand but today we share with you actionable items for how to work towards it.
 
Brandon doesn't talk like a neuroscientist however... we actually talk much more about how things feel, trusting our intuition and even about psychedelics used in a medicinal, therapeutic way.  
 
Do you have to live the Four Hour Work Week and live abroad in Colombia running your own business like Brandon and Tim Ferriss do? 
 
Listen in for the answer to this and many more.  Show notes can be found on the newly redesigned Under30CEO.com.
 
Learn how to find freedom in your life and make your friends jealous with the Under30Experiences Escape Manual.
 
Join us on a trip to France, Iceland, Machu Picchu, or Costa Rica through our travel company through young people Under30Experiences.
Feb 8, 2016
Steve Kamb from NerdFitness tells us about his transformation to super nerd to superhero... Instead of reading Harry Potter for the 19th time Steve took a deep look at his behavioral psychology and learned how to turn into a badass adrenaline junkie.
 
Steve has lectured at Google, Facebook, and Vanderbilt University and is the author of the new book Level Up Your Life.
 
Hear about how Steve traveled to Monte Carlo, Machu Picchu, the Great Barrier Reef and the Great Wall of China like Tim Ferriss in the Four Hour Work Week... and then went on to build NerdFitness.com.  
 
Listen in for productivity hacks, life hacks, biohacks, and everything in between.
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