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Musings on the story, science and power of adversity

Andy Ramage

SA 060: Andy Ramage on How the Right “Process” Can Help You Consistently Execute on Healthy Habits & Routines

Andy Ramage, co-founder of One Year No Beer, talks about his upbringing, his struggles to give up alcohol, and the things he learned along the way in developing consistent habits and routines. Guest Bio: Andy Ramage is the Co-Founder of One Year No Beer, a challenge to give up alcohol and focus on healthy alternatives,…

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Mike Merriam

SA 059: Mike Merriam on How You Are Closer Than You Think

Mike Merriam, author of “Closer Than You Think” shares how his life changed when he was diagnosed with lung cancer. But this turned out to be a misdiagnosis; he did not have cancer. He shares how he felt at that point and how his mindset was changed. Guest Bio: Mike was born in 1977 in…

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Turning Adversity into Opportunity

Bounce Back and Thrive: The Secret to Turning Adversity into Opportunity

We all face adversity in our lives in dramatic and small ways. How can you take action and turn adversity into opportunity today? Orignially published in Tiny Buddha “Sweet are the uses of adversity which, like the toad, ugly and venomous, wears yet a precious jewel in his head.” ~William Shakespeare                                                                         It’s hard for…

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Chris Sajnog

SA 058: Chris Sajnog on the Science of Skill Development, Learning How to Shoot Like a Navy Seal

In this episode, I interview Chris Sajnog, bestselling author of ‘How to Shoot Like A Navy SEAL,’  who talks about skill development in shooting, and the 7 techniques for building any skill regardless of talent level or experience. Guest Bio: Chris Sajnog (pronounced Sigh-Nog) is the bestselling author of ‘How to Shoot Like A Navy…

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being a good dad and husband

This Is Why It’s Easy To Be A Dad, And Hard To Be A Husband

By Nick Dinardo Originally published on Thought Catalog, Yesterday, my son woke up at five in the morning.  As much as I want to wake up with him, sometimes it can be tough.  On this particular morning, it was really tough.  He screamed at the top of his lungs for his bottle.  I picked him…

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