Tripp Lanier has coached Navy SEALs, best-selling authors, and entrepreneurs to align their lives with their career and relationships. He covers topics guys are hungry to explore but typically only discuss after a few beers. Each episode consists of real world, practical advice so guys can get out of the rat race and live a life of purpose and meaning. Guests range from Tim Ferriss to Laird Hamilton to Navy SEALs to zen masters to “ordinary” guys living extraordinary lives. Topics include: mindset, purpose, power, relationships, sex, overcoming fear, lifestyle design, and spirituality. Read Tripp's latest book, This Book Will Make You Dangerous.
When you tell her she’s being ‘hormonal’ why does it typically erupt in flames? Why do heated conversations have a tendency to spiral into infernos? And is it more important to win the fight or find a solution?
Adrian Grenier (Vincent Chase from HBO’s Entourage). While Chase’s life was a fantasy, Adrian’s life behind the scenes had its share of ups and downs. Today we dive into his insatiable need to prove himself, the event that kicked his ass,
If you’re even remotely familiar with the world of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu then you know that Rickson Gracie is nothing short of a legend. He has a new book called “Breathe: A Life in Flow”. It’s a fantastic read not only because his life story is so inte...
If you speak the truth could you lose your career? Is there more to life than striving for something we don’t already have? Dr. Zubin Damania aka ZDogg MD aka Doc Vader on breaking the mold, playfulness, and waking up. https://www.thenewmanpodcast.
Ever feel like it’s you against the world? Does imposter syndrome give you the sense that at any moment it’s all gonna come crashing down? And how does this pressure to perform put us in a version of hell? Today we talk about pressure,
Are you focused on what’s important or just trying to put out fires? Do you ever get overwhelmed by all of the ideas in books and podcasts? And what does it mean to be ruthless? Optimize force of nature and CEO Brian Johnson and I catch up after his...
Are you trying to achieve the impossible or just get through the week? What are the necessary keys for turning your work into play? And is grinding yourself to a pulp really the best way to accomplish a big goal?
Are you fixated on who you should be or who you truly are? Are you exhausted from trying to control so many things that seem out of your control? And what if your goals are really just lies rooted in fears and wounds?
Does your partner give you a hard time because you want more sex? Do you blame your work or family for getting in the way of what has you feel alive? And what do power and pleasure have to do with us becoming grumpy old men?
If you were wearing blinders, how would you know? What if your perspective on the world — instead of the world itself — was the thing truly holding you back? And why do some psychedelics have such a profound,