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.
Have you ever suffered from “imposter syndrome”? - Are you okay with simply chasing money or do you want your work to be meaningful, too? - And how often do you tell yourself, “I will figure this out”? - Today,
Do you feel guilty for wanting more out of life? - Is it possible to outgrow your current profession or relationship? - And would you have to blow up everything you care about in order to make a big change? -
How important is it for you to be in control? - Do you ever feel like your life is out of alignment with your values? - And what does it take to forgive someone who has hurt you deeply? - Today my wife,
Lebron James spends $1 million dollars per year on his health. What do you spend to ensure that your body doesn’t hold you back? Functional Medicine Health Consultant Jon Mitchell is here to challenge the dogmatic,
Tripp Lanier discusses facing our fears of failure and criticism. Here are a few brief lessons learned from legendary Rush drummer, Neil Peart about living life on your own terms. Crush procrastination and mental resistance.
As someone who makes a living coaching others to accomplish goals, Tripp discusses how our goals can become a trap. Plus: Glorifying busy-ness, how our mindless pursuit “more” is lazy, and why our need to prove that we’re not a failure is making us wea...
After coaching successful men for over 15 years, Tripp boils down what kills our freedom, aliveness, and peace of mind. Does success really mean we’re stronger? How can we get off the hamster wheel of “more, more, more”?
Following Your Passion is Hard as Hell. My friend Eric Goodman is the creator of Foundation Training. He’s built a global movement by empowering people to overcome back pain. But like many passion-driven businesses,
Are you bored with the whole left vs right, culture war gridlock? What if there was a way that this dumpster fire could make us stronger? And could you possibly find common ground with your bigot uncle this holiday season?
David Perel gave up his dream of being a pro racing driver and became a tech startup founder. But dreams die hard. In this crazy story, David recalls his bold (and sometimes reckless) choices to go against the odds to race at the highest level.