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Things are easy for world-class performers, right? Navy SEALs, astronauts, NYT Bestselling authors, Olympic gold medalists... doesn't success just comes naturally for them? In this podcast, All American wrestler, TEDx speaker, and personal performance and executive coach Jim Harshaw Jr. breaks down false beliefs about success, failure, and your potential for success. He interviews world-class performers like Tim Ferriss, Ken Blanchard, Jack Canfield, Shannon Miller (Olympic gold medalist), R ...
 
Learn the Spartan mindset. Founder & CEO of Spartan Race and NY Times best-selling author, travels the globe seeking and answers authors, academics, athletes, adventurers, entrepreneurs, CEOs and thought leaders. It will shift your thinking, make you laugh and and give you the tools you need. He’s on a mission to find the secrets to success in all aspects of life. Not only does Joe interview epic people, he has brought together an amazing panel to break down and analyze every aspect of these ...
 
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Action Plan: https://jimharshawjr.com/ACTION Free Clarity Call: https://jimharshawjr.com/APPLY There’s no perfect marriage, only perfectly imperfect partners who are intentional in making things work to experience the greatest marriage ever! A clinical psychologist and licensed professional counselor respectively, Jeff and Jessica Jennings are the …
 
Success through Failure - that’s the name of Jim Harshaw Jr’s podcast, he and Joe De Sena (founder & CEO of Spartan) examine attitudes toward failure and the power it can have in your life. Jim also shares his 4 part framework - a framework he discovered was in place in all of the most successful periods in his life. The episode ends with a candid …
 
Greek scientist Apostolos Atsalakis, founder of PNOE, and athlete Alex Wisch join Joe De Sena, founder of Spartan, to talk about metabolism, zone workouts, and VO2 max. Apo is the co-founder of PNOĒ which adapts a breath analysis test that was known for over a century, to allow the mass adoption of metabolic analysis (RMR and VO2Max testing). He gr…
 
“You can’t run a race if you’re not thinking about the type of food, the fuel you’re putting in your body. And if you’re a kid growing up in New York City, and you’re going to school, you can’t think about math if the stuff you’re being fed is not good fuel,” says Jeffrey Zurofsky, chef and entrepreneur. This week’s classic episode is about the ben…
 
“There’s some brutal optics, and you see the crappy things going on out there, and every now and then we’re reminded that there’s way way more good than there is bad,” says Yancy Culp, co-host of the DEKA Series. Today, Jarod, Yancy and Johnny Waite all get together to talk about what it means to be grateful and how caring for others will impact yo…
 
“Someone took the hand you’re complaining about and won with it” said John Henry. A Dominican-American entrepreneur and investor. Henry has been named to the Forbes 30 Under 30, Inc 30 Under 30, Adweek Creative 100, The Root 100, and Ebony Power 100 lists. John Henry, Cofounder and Co-CEO of Loop, and Joe De Sena, founder and CEO of Spartan, talk a…
 
Action Plan: https://jimharshawjr.com/ACTION Free Clarity Call: https://jimharshawjr.com/APPLY The world should never have heard of Devon Harris yet he became a 3-time Olympian, an author, and a highly sought-after international motivational keynote speaker. Devon was raised in the slums of Kingston, Jamaica, yet he graduated from the prestigious R…
 
“It’s that important. It’s like, basically you approach recovery as if it’s like your most important workout of the week, but you do it everyday, probably,” says Nicole Mericle. Spartan Up Endurance Series host, Johnny Waite, talks with Nicole Mericle about her recovery from tearing her ACL, and how we can find the mindset to recover and come back …
 
“If you’re not so confident or you’re not where you want to be, there are skills that we can develop to get there, so, don’t worry,” says Craig Siegel, Founder of Cultivate Lasting Symphony and The Host of The CLS Experience. Today we talk with Craig Siegel about how you can develop skills and tools to replace limitations with possibilities and opp…
 
Are you doing future you any favors? Dorie Clark, author of "The Long Game" talks with Joe De Sena, founder & CEO of Spartan, about the value of thinking long term and taking time to think strategically. Dorie Clark has been named one of the Top 50 business thinkers in the world by Thinkers50. She is a keynote speaker and teaches executive educatio…
 
Action Plan: https://jimharshawjr.com/ACTION Free Clarity Call: https://jimharshawjr.com/APPLY How do you survive the holidays? What are the things that put you in the best position to have a great experience through the holiday season? Do you have a love-hate relationship with the holidays? Maybe you love getting together with people... but not re…
 
“...To know that it’s okay to fail, basically. Because if you don’t fail...it’s okay to not always succeed, because if you succeeded all the time, then you’d have no reason to try harder,” says Matt Segal, professional climber. This week’s classic episode will help you find the advantages in failure in all aspects of life. We look to Howard Chang a…
 
“The work should not be on the individual to figure out how to be healthy. We should show up for them to show them, in all ways, how to be healthy. Whether it’s movement, whether it’s eating, whether it’s sleeping, whether it’s-- you know, if you’ve got to see a doctor, then why should you have to see four different specialists? And then, have to l…
 
Action Plan: https://jimharshawjr.com/ACTION Free Clarity Call: https://jimharshawjr.com/APPLY What if, through a simple shift in thinking, you could shrink your to-do list, shorten your work hours, and be happier? University of Virginia professor and author of SUBTRACT: The Untapped Science of Less, Leidy Klotz, reveals how in this episode of the …
 
“He said, ‘No, no. Not to my boss.’ I heard him say it. I said, ‘Hassib? Is that you?’ He said, ‘Yes.’ I said, ‘Can you help me?’ He said, ‘What I can do to help you?’ So, I gave him three names, let them look, because nobody knew I was there. Two hours later, they told me that I was lucky they didn’t find anything on me, they have orders to releas…
 
“I had done enough to know, like, okay, there's nothing to prove here. I either push forward because I love this, and this is what I am meant to do, or I stop. There was nobody that was going to be like, ‘Yeah he couldn’t cut it as a doctor,’” says Marcus Filly, 6x CrossFit Games athlete, expert fitness coach, and founder of Functional Bodybuilding…
 
What can Spartans learn about high performance from professional baseball? Brandon Guyer spent seven years as a Major League Baseball outfielder, now he coaches athletes and he's trying his hand at Spartan Races. In the Spartan Up podcast interview, he tells Joe De Sena (founder and CEO of Spartan) how he got to that elite level and his advice for …
 
“Core Values” is just a buzzword, they say. I say, “It’s your life’s compass.” “Core Values” is not just a buzzword. There’s a reason why gurus and life coaches often preach about the importance of core values; about having a mission and vision statement in your life. So why? What are core values? How exactly do they improve your life? Your success…
 
“It’s a snowstorm and they had already run 10 miles in the morning, they had skied all day, black double diamonds. And they were going out, it was dark, freezing cold, and they were going out for another 10 mile run! And Prefontaine was like, ‘Ah, Frank, maybe we should just do 5,’ and Frank’s comment was, ‘No one in the world is training harder th…
 
“That’s a culture that not everyone’s cut out for, and that’s okay, right? So that happens in organizations. Not everyone’s cut out to be, necessarily, in this particular culture. But let's talk about it honestly and you know just keep everyone's dignity intact along the way,” says Ralph Rajs, COO of Forma Gym, and long-time friend and business par…
 
Action Plan: https://jimharshawjr.com/ACTION Free Clarity Call: https://jimharshawjr.com/APPLY How do the best in the world handle failure? What keeps them going? What makes them extraordinary? Michael Chandler grew up in a typical blue-collar, hard-working, middle-America household. He attributes a lot of his work ethic to the example his parents …
 
“How much can I experience and not just, you know, ‘I saw the hotel lobby. Cool.’ I want to be able to experience stuff. And being physically fit and capable allows me to expand that world so much more,” says Ralph Rajs, COO of Forma Gym, and long-time friend and business partner of JC. Ralph came on the podcast to drop some knowledge on how he liv…
 
“We use a term all the time, ‘balance.’ I don’t like that term. Life isn’t about achieving balance, it’s about integration,” says now Major General and Chief of Chaplains of the United States Army, Chaplain Solhjem. This week, we have another classic episode with a couple of the highest respected people we’ve had on the podcast. General Stanley McC…
 
Today we take our quest for resilience to the next level with data-backed insights from George Bonnano, Professor of Clinical Psychology at Columbia University where he heads the Loss, Trauma, and Emotion Lab which has studied resilience in the face of extreme adversity for 25 years. He's the author of the new book "The End of Trauma: How the New S…
 
Action Plan: https://jimharshawjr.com/ACTION Free Clarity Call: https://jimharshawjr.com/APPLY What do you actively pursue to become a lifelong learner? What media do you consume to achieve this? For the 6th time (starting with episode 4 and now 322 😲), Charlie “The Spaniard” Brenneman is back on the Success Through Failure podcast for another craz…
 
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