Greetings, SuperFriends, and welcome to this week’s show. We have a very special treat for you this week! My guest today is, as the New York Times described her, “The queen of the self-help memoir,” and a leading authority on happiness and satisfaction. From topping the New York Times bestseller’s
Greetings, Superfriends. This week, I’m excited to bring you another bona-fide superhuman. Get this – my guest Dr. Kirk Parsley is not only a former Navy Seal and all-around athlete (having seriously competed in football, track and field, power lifting, boxing, multiple martial arts, volleyball, and crew). He’s also a doctor.
In a lot of past episodes, we’ve talked about how habits are probably the most important element of self improvement and sustained personal growth. Unfortunately, a lot of the force behind habits requires near superhuman self discipline. Fortunately, today, we’ve managed to get THE expert on self discipline on the
Supplements. No other word inspires as much simultaneous confusion and controversy among fitness enthusiasts and biohackers. It seems that every other week, scores of supplements move back and forth through the various lists: “must-have,” “highly dangerous,” “banned for competition,” “completely ineffective.” Furthermore, opinions are highly divided on supplements; while many agree that
Greetings, Superfriends! I’m so excited to bring you this week’s guest, Mr. John Michael Morgan. He’s been called “The Chuck Norris of leadership,” and is known for his high energy and passion when teaching proven strategies designed to help achievers reach their goals. Since our show is all about improving
Greetings, superfriends! Welcome to this week’s show. My guest today is Tayo Rockson, a “third culture kid” using his difference to make a difference. Growing up on four different continents, he has been able to bring a unique perspective and inspirational stories that empower people to make a difference in