In today’s episode of The Dad Edge, we interview Justin Holland, popularly known as ‘Juice,’ who completed the 75 Hard challenge with us in The Dad Edge Alliance. How would the 75 Hard help you? Listen to his mental and physical transformation.
Do you feel like a slave to your to-do list? Are the things you spend your time and energy on brining you any closer to becoming the man you can be? Today we’re going to talk to an everyday dad about how to become the master of your schedule.
MMA fighter Josh Tyler is also the co-founder of Savage Gentleman, a retail brand and ethos that believes that men are both savages and gentlemen.
Josh is here to reveal his secret to remaining calm in the chaos of the cage. He tells us how to employ emotional intelligence, communication, and self-awareness in a masculine way. Josh also talks about how he’s applied what he’s learned as an MMA fighter to entrepreneurship and family life.
When it comes to committing to our goals, we often let ourselves down. We’ll sleep in instead of getting that workout in. We’ll give in to that junk food or extra beer. We’ll put off our big dreams for another day. No one will know that we didn’t follow through. But if we have to answer to someone else, the whole game changes. Today we talk about how you can start reaching your goals with an accountability partner.
What are the best ways to build mental resilience?
Ben Aldridge is the bestselling author of How to be Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable: 43 Weird & Wonderful Ways to Build a Strong, Resilient Mindset.
In this episode, Ben explains how to plan mental, physical, and skill-based challenges that will accelerate our growth and develop a tolerance for being uncomfortable.
Are you ready to get uncomfortable and build a more resilient mindset?
As men, we are usually are all or nothing. We have the tendency to set extreme goals, and if we have one setback, we take that as proof we can’t succeed and give up entirely. But if we practice have both self-compassion and accountability, we can forgive ourselves, dust off, and get back on track. DEA Commander Paul Richardson tells us how.