The New Man

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.

https://www.thenewmanpodcast.com

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 32m. Bisher sind 338 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle 11 Tage erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 6 days 17 hours 48 minutes

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episode 269: Motivation, Clarity, and Why Kids Suck (This Book Will Make You Dangerous Excerpt) - Tripp Lanier


Do you depend on motivation or confidence to do what’s best for you? - What if you’re stuck because you don’t know what to do? - And why do kids suck? - In this excerpt from This Book Will Make You Dangerous,


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 2020-08-11  8m
 
 

episode 268: Dealing with Analysis Paralysis and Self Sabotage (This Book Will Make You Dangerous Excerpt) - Tripp Lanier


Do you believe you have commitment issues? - Why do we sabotage ourselves? - And how can we overcome analysis paralysis so that we can start taking meaningful action today? - In this excerpt from This Book Will Make You Dangerous,


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 2020-08-04  10m
 
 

episode 267: Is it Time to Redefine Yourself? — JP Bouvet


JP Bouvet is a world class drummer that has lived through one of my recurring nightmares — twice. In this talk we explore our fear of face planting in front of others, the importance of meaning in our work,


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 2020-07-28  36m
 
 

episode 266: Kyle Kinane Interview - Trampoline in a Ditch


Comedian Kyle Kinane (Comedy Central, Trampoline in a Ditch) discusses why we need to laugh at ourselves, getting caught up in comparisons, and confronting our fear of rejection. - You don't have to settle.


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 2020-07-22  47m
 
 

episode 265: Jaimal Yogis on Mindfulness, Meditation, and Riding Emotional Waves


Jaimal Yogis (Saltwater Buddha, The Fear Project) on mindfulness, meditation, and riding emotional waves. - Also discussed: fatherhood, common misconceptions about meditation, and the trap of trying to outrun what makes us uncomfortable. -


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 2020-07-14  46m
 
 

episode 264: Fear of Failure and Choosing to Play Big (This Book Will Make You Dangerous Excerpt) - Tripp Lanier


What if the fear of failure wasn’t the thing holding us back? - Could the freedom we deeply want be available to us right now? - And how could we quickly shift into a perspective that challenges us to play big? -


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 2020-07-07  9m
 
 

episode 261: What Can a Porn Star Teach You About Sex? — Erik Everhard


Erik Everhard, author of Unleash Your Sexual Superpowers has been in the porn industry for over 20 years. He’s had sex with over 4,000 women. Today we discuss what it was like to have such a unique career, how he ended up feeling lost,


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 2020-06-30  1h8m
 
 

episode 263: The Key to Negotiating and Resolving Conflict - Kwame Christian, American Negotiation Institute


Do you get pissed off when someone says something that goes against your values? - Do you believe that negotiation is all about winning and getting the best of the other guy? - And is calling someone out the best way to make positive change? -


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 2020-06-22  32m
 
 

episode 262: Is it Safe to Talk About Race? — Mark Palmer


Does it seem scary to talk about race? - How is racial tension similar to an uncomfortable Thanksgiving dinner? - And what if the thing that would make a difference is much closer than we could imagine? -


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 2020-06-15  1h3m
 
 

episode 260: This Book Will Make You Dangerous by Tripp Lanier - Starbucks Shootout


Have you ever wanted something so badly that you screwed it up? - Why do our efforts to “get it right” usually end up with us getting it wrong? - And how does fear block our ability to be more energized, creative, and bold? - Today,


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 2020-06-02  8m