Podcast #301: Getting Unstuck From Procrastination and Domestication (with Kevin Geary)

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My first collaboration with Kevin Geary, integrative health coach and founder of RebootedBody.com.

WARM-UP:
-Intro, the mission of Rebooted Body
-Kevin's weight and health issues
-the "high fact, low execution diet"
-Rebooting Children
-fear, shame, guilt and making excuses
-conquering negative self talk
-the impotence of willpower

GETTING UNSTUCK:
Kevin's Article: Unstuck: A no-nonsense guide to getting uncomfortable and winning big

Step 1: Put on your hazmat suit and discard your toxic beliefs.
Step 2: What you think and how you behave aren’t married happily ever
Step 3: Reject magic pills. Do the fucking work.
Step 4: Difficult takes a day, impossible takes a week.
Step 5: Be willing to invest in yourself.

TANGENTS
-Fitness and weight-loss gimmicks
-micro-behavior techniques

Look Closer:
RebootedBody.com - http://rebootedbody.com/

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2 comments

  1. Holy shit, what a great show! I definitely have some new words to live by, but my favorite pearl of wisdom was this one: “Sometimes you win, and sometimes you learn.” Thanks again for all you do, Brett.

  2. I’m a first-time listener and this seemed like a great podcast until I heard the host eating on air. Perhaps all the food talk was a trigger, but it was distracting from an otherwise fantastic discussion with Mr. Geary, who is owed an apology.

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