129: Finding Focus For Free - with Steven Kotler
Have you been feeling lost lately? Maybe you don't feel motivated or maybe the things you once loved aren't bringing you joy anymore. That's where Steven Kotler comes into the picture! If you haven't heard of Steven, he's an author, researcher, and strong believer in finding your passion. Today, Dave and Steven are talking about the specific techniques you can use to increase flow skills and start making your life more meaningful today.If you like this episode (and we know you will!), be sure to check out Steven on Instagram (@stevenkotler) for your daily dose of inspiration!--Dave's first-ever book, Get Out Of Your Own Way, is OUT NOW! This book is for everyone, and we mean EVERYONE: women who loved Girl Wash Your Face, men who did or didn't read Girl Wash Your Face, personal development skeptics, personal development devotees, anyone and everyone who has a life and knows it could maybe get a little better if they could just get out of their own dang way! LET'S GOOOOOO! -> http://bit.ly/gooyowpodYour Fave's Faves is available now! The latest podcast from the Three Percent Chance network features hilarious interviews with actors, musicians, athletes, influencers, gamers and more, sharing their five favorite things in any category they want! Hosted by author Rachel Hollis, Your Fave's Faves brings you stories from your favorite celebrities you WON'T hear anywhere else. Subscribe now to be the first to listen on Wednesday the 18th! -> http://bit.ly/yourfavesfavesEver wanted to go on a run with me? Now you can - anywhere, anytime! Download the RISE App today and access a full library of content that's always growing featuring workouts with me, Dave, as well as a diverse roster of coaches to fit any workout journey. The RISE App is for everybody and every body, so get started today: http://bit.ly/riseappdave
128: The Life-Changing Benefits of Blind Ambition - with Chad E. Foster
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What if we worked as hard to listen to someone else’s truth as we did to share our own? Each week author Dave Hollis brings radical candor straight to your headphones via breathtakingly real conversations with authors, activists, and anyone with a story to tell. The results are poignant, hysterical, and heartbreaking - sometimes all inside the same episode. Catch new content every Thursday.