S1E4 – Inside the Mind of a Navy Seal: Grit and Resilience with Command Master Chief Paul Tharp


Grit and resilience aren’t natural skills you’re born with. They’re something that you have to build. It’s something you can learn. Over his incredibly successful career, Command Master Chief Paul Tharp has built such an incredibly resilient mind that he now teaches aspiring seals how to do it too.  Listen to this week’s episode of…  continue reading > 

Cold Shower Therapy for iOS is Brand New

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Man tip: if your (cold) showers aren't up to snuff. Get a new shower head. They're cheaper than you think and can turn your boring morning cold shower into an invigorating morning pump wake up experience. Do it now, there may or may not be another #cst announcement on the way soon. A photo posted…  continue reading > 

Protect The Asset


In a delusional spiral of self-sabotage, whenever I feel behind on something or need to push to get something done, I usually follow a pretty distinct & repeatable process: The first thing I sacrifice is sleep. Then it’s fitness routine. Then it’s food. Almost always in that order too. Protect The Asset In Essentialism, by…  continue reading > 

S1E3: 2 Strategies to Keep You Going When You Don’t Feel Like It

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Anticipating that things will get tough on the road to Impossible things helps to set you up to be prepared for the disappointments that are destined to be along your way. If you expect it, you can prepare for it, so it doesn’t ruin your progress. Keep moving. Listen to today’s episode of Impossible Radio…  continue reading > 

Why You Feel Like Crap


So. You feel like crap. You’re not quite sure what it is, but something is “off.” You need to fix it. Here’s what’s up. Everyone has their ideal life – how they want to be. Then you have your daily life. It’s SUPER tempting to think that the majority of your unhappiness is due to…  continue reading > 

S1E2: How Kyle Maynard Bear Crawled Up Mt. Kilimanjaro


If there was a list of people most qualified to talk about resilience, Kyle Maynard would be at the top. Born without arms and legs, Kyle has been tackling mountains, both figurative and literal, one step at a time. He’s literally crawled to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak on the African Continent, does…  continue reading >