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"joe de" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

03:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"joe de" Discussed on The Art of Charm

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"joe de" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

03:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"joe de" Discussed on The Art of Charm

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"joe de" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

05:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"joe de" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Rows right 'cause when you're in there you're with denzel washington your added new york stock exchange couple of wise guys are in the corner so that you could not get a a c at that table now. Many in our audience would love to have a mob. Boss mentor finance mentor to help. Pave that way for them. What are the lessons. That you've learned along the way in terms of keeping mentors attracting mentors and obviously now mentoring others from people way smarter than me. Much better educated. I've been told it's ridiculous. How many meetings. I take how many people i talked to. How random is it is in other words. You should set your strategy figure out who your mentors who your friends are people want to do. Business with an idealist. Always take an approach Meeting lots of people it leads. You down rose that you otherwise wouldn't go down right. It leads you places. You think into things i might not have made it to. Why might not got the pool business. I might not have had a table at jiji. Stay friendly with everybody talked to everybody and then you would be surprised how people just say yes if you ask for help. Hey i'd love to touch base with you once every two weeks. I don't wanna waste your time. I love to pick your brain. Would you be my say s. I say us now. If you don't listen to me sammy long email. That i got a read your waste might like i'm not interested in but a vicious is very quick and i can help of course so my message to folks out there would be talked to a lot of people. Don't sit on your couch waiting for like a meteorite to hit you in the head go out and get it make your own lock make your own connections and then ask as the order as we would say on wall street and certainly getting their early going above and beyond when you do get that opportunity of a mentor sharing some information with you following up and then of course not making it transactional just about. Hey what can you do for me. Goes a long way towards winning over these highly successful people who can guide you who can shape you now as a parent and we'll get into the spartan values and we sort of laugh about this earlier spartan household you know. What are those lessons and values that you're bringing to your kids to help them reach the same level of success you know. I had a huge advantage right. I had my dad. I didn't know it was an advantage at at the time but anytime we business so and so just opened up a pizza place. He's selling those pizzas for you. Know eleven dollars a pie. It'd probably cost them three and it was just regular conversation. He was holding a college class for me. I didn't know it constantly talking about business. And so even just through. Most i was. I was picking up so i can needs to do that more. I'm not doing that or not what i am doing. A lot of is a we work hard. We might not be the smartest we not might not be the best look but we work hard as what we do. And so these kids rob every morning work and you heard my wife earlier like all right. We're gonna learn latin. I never learned latin. But i know a lot of smart people in latin. So we're gonna learn that way you're gonna speak manner. You're going to speak spanish. We're going to do math every day. And just when you think you know. We finally got a moment to breathe. We're gonna do more work because that's what we do. We work right. That's the ethos in this house. We eat healthy and we train and we swept we take care of ourselves. And so you know. I definitely need more of those lessons. That on slowly seeping into their brains on business. Because they're going to have to survive. They're going to have to go way to make a living right. One of the basement for our programs and fathers that come in is to make them aware of how much children are watching them and picking things up they may not be getting the lesson the you want him to get in that moment when you sit them down but they're picking up everything else the minute you sit them down and tell us what i want you to learn. It goes in one ear out the other. However your behaviors the way you think the way you framed things your perspectives. All that after years they pick up and they start implementing in their own lives and something that you mentioned. There is very important right now. This is a difficult time with covert and everything but the one thing that you do not hear a lot in the media is what we need to do for our own health for our own immune systems to eat to stay healthy and i would love to hear your take on that and what you have for your coaching clients and for your children in this time when getting sick is certainly on. Everyone's minds first of all you got to get outside. The hell am i to give advice on this stuff. I didn't study at formerly right. I'm not a doctor. I mom was into this seven days. You know the race the first race. She introduced us to was it. Thirty one hundred mile. Run around one mile loop in so we got the task. I didn't do that event. We got to test ourselves doing really tough events all over the world and find out what works in with dozen for our bodies our brains and overtime at least for.

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"joe de" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

05:20 min | 2 weeks ago

"joe de" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Thank you everyone for tuning in and let's kick off today show now. We have a guest who is extraordinary today. We're speaking with joe descente. Joe is the founder and ceo of spartan race. That's the world's leading obstacle race. Joe's also a new york times bestselling author and to be honest. He has quite a colorful pass which we will get into you were super excited within today about the spartan lifestyle and of course ask him some of our listener questions from our mailbag. So we'll be answering your questions together with joe. Welcome to the podcast joe. Thanks for having me. I can't get anybody who wants talk to me. So i'm just like the beer. Well we definitely wanna talk to you at first. We were researching a little bit and and heard a very interesting story about a mentor. You had a very early in your career. We even call that at the age of eleven you had a crime boss living next door. Who became your mentor. How did that happen. Yeah so. I grew up in the neighborhood. That was riddled with with organized crime. Whatever reason for the five family bosses moved to this neighborhood. It wasn't necessarily the neighborhood You would envision like cars burning. It's actually a really nice neighborhood. All these bosses were in this neighborhood and parents get divorced. My dad is is having a really tough time with his business my neighbour. Who's the boss of banana organized crime family at the time. He's what's going on. Invites me over outs on a saturday morning and says hey you can come clean the swimming pool on a pay thirty five dollars a week. He had three daughters. I was like his son. I lived next door. I had red hair. I didn't really fit in the look. All these guys. You know dark skin dark hair. And i started cleaning the pool and cleaning the pool and he says kid over the years. They taught me a bunch of lessons but very early on his can teach a few things. If you're going to be here at eight. Am you show up at seven. Forty five on. Time is late cleveland till you go above and beyond you clean to clean the shad straighten up the lawn furniture. Clean the windows. Even though i'm not paying you for that you've gotta make yourself invaluable. Might come home. it's got to be like. Oh my god. I can't live without this guy and then there would never ask for money. You'll get paid you provide value. Those are three lessons that stuck with me throughout life that have worked in a in a big way and so i like to tell them. They came from the most unlikely source. But i'm really valuable lesson. This sort of sounds like a bronx tale right. And so i'm kind of curious to what your dad had to say while you were working for all of these guys and putting together a business that was dealing with all their pools home cars and we'll funny enough. The the business turned into a business of just that i had seven hundred customers at its peak. I paid for my my way through with it. And most of those customers you know seventy percent five hundred of those customers were affiliated in some way with this this way of life i was perfectly fine with it i would. I looked up to it. I mean they look at children in africa for example that grow in places where there's lots of marathon runner successful marathon runners and they wonder if the air is the water. What is it know what they find is not just a marathon or anything. It's the young kids growing up seeing the previous runner who hasn't mercedes up on the hill. Nice house and the young kids want that. So i was no different. I was a young kid that wanted that. I wanted that big house. I wanted that respects the nice cars the rules of hundred dollar bills in the pocket right so so there are lots of my customers. I was proud of it. I was happy with it. I think my dad was happy. I was a hustler that i got after that i worked hard and i think he just made sure that i never crossed the line right. He saw a lotta guys make the mistake. And my dad had to had to straddle the line. I come from an all italian family. You could read between the lines there were. There's you know not everybody went the right way and so my dad just like any father would with his son and his daughter was just making sure that i didn't cross the line but it was hard because i wanted across the line. I just wanted to. I you know i thought it and right in the data's trying to jibe children now kids. Don't listen the data about or mom about eating healthy. Forget about like not doing bad stuff right like we're attracted to it. We don't know any better anyway. He tried and he succeeded. he succeeded. I i you know. I got lucky i i. I ended up going wall street. And i got my fix on wall street. The funny thing is not allowed. You know this if anything is that neighbor. Because he went to jail. He had a table at the hottest restaurant. New york Radios standing table. There and i got that table and that table really helped catapult me on wall street because anybody would do business with you to get get a seat at the table.

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"joe de" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

02:36 min | 5 months ago

"joe de" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

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"joe de" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

07:33 min | 5 months ago

"joe de" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

"Mental fortitude, and I have a very special guest on the line joining us live here from Vermont Joe. He's actually the allender of the Spartan race and is author of this book. Cook Spartan Up Joe, thanks for joining me on the show. Thanks for having me I feel. So out of my league year. Dude I really enjoy being on your your podcast you and I have have met. We're geeking out over performance and you're the founder of sparring raise. What have you? Would it be known assist the common thread of the people that at you attract for these races? What are they do Jim Issue? It's a mom. It's a monk. It's a marine. It there's no set person. It's I get I get so many emails on a daily basis I. Know I know your theory on emails there. It is the the incoming persons agenda but the emails are actually reward from me because they read something like this. Hey, Joe, just to change my life I'm no longer drinking. Hey, Joe I just want to change my life I lost one hundred pounds as makes sense in the. So these amazing joy stories that you're getting through email at you've repaired somebody's relationship or they've a they overcame a big health challenge. They've had this this level of success. How do you attribute that to the races? Like what are they going through that process that leads to that transformation? Why would imagine again, you're a lot smarter than me but just. From from from Flintstone, let's call me a flint. So you're jets and I'm a Flintstone. Perspective Not. A lot changes if you sit on the couch and you eat popcorn and watch net flicks. Like you're not gonna all of a sudden have a lightning bolt moment on the couch and your life changes. On. The other end of the spectrum you're out of race. You're scared out of your mind. You've been training for a because you don't WanNa get hurt. You meet nine thousand people there. You're now in Mutt and you're like, you've been told your whole life to not get dirty. You're completely covered in mud. You're crawling under barbed wire. You've been told your whole life stay away from Barclays don't get God right and and your next to a green beret or a mom who's crying. You, get to a rope client. You go through this whole thing you can't breathe. You're sweating. You're you're thirsty you're hungry. You're saying you're never gonNa do this again sounds terrible. Right? You come to the finish line you're so elated. You're like Oh my God. I do that again. I'm much more powerful than I thought I. was I do more than I thought I could I'm never gonNA complain when I lose the remote control and a house anymore you can't get stronger by reading a book about pull ups right and we know that knowledge by itself is not is not power you have to put into action and so when you take people through these racist ten million, I mean just young people who are listening ten million people on through this race. Or more probably now, and they're going through transformation process where they're doing things. They never thought a should or could do and by going through that process, it's visceral. It's like experiential learning non learning necessarily I love books but a lot of people just read a book and just let it go there looking in my book to say all those great. Ideas but if they don't actually do the work, they're not going to get the results. Now. That's exactly right. You GotTa, do you gotTa put the time in you gotta lean in so for resilience mental toughness, he's using interchangeably fortitude. So you're saying that what is it like muscle something that all of us no matter our age or stage are back in you. You would know better than me but what I've done thousands of interviews in this is what I say hopefully, don't prove me wrong what I say as a child world pretty resilient. We wouldn't have lasted as a species as long as we have on the planet. So doesn't matter. Color size shape move become out as babies were pretty resilient creatures and then we learned helplessness. Although wrapped, we get told what are limits are God for Your Book Right? We we get put in a box. We start to get our own heads of what we're capable of or not K. Blah and and so I call that your frame of reference the goggles you're wearing through life. When you do hard shit. Really hard. It's gotta be something that scares the crap out could it could be a planned concert? Piano Carnegie Hall could be anything could be an incredible interview but something that really scares you pushes you to change all your habits leading up to that hard thing You transform and some of that, some of that basic resilience, some of that stuff that's deep down inside somewhere that's been masked over with layers of bubble wrap sneaks its head out and. If you grab hold of it. and You keep running with it, which is what I did on. You can go pretty far. For me it was. I will. I've done. 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"joe de" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

03:26 min | 5 months ago

"joe de" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

"Can with every free moment to achieve your goal that's disciplined. If, you're not. You're wasting your own time you waste everybody's time? Wasting time, that's a dream. It's not goal. Let's just a hope. Do. You believe in writing things down creating goals, logs, things like that. Is that something that? Yeah, you want to write it down. And then you want to track the work that you're doing and then make sure review it and create a feedback loop and make sure you're actually doing the work you said you would work that's required to achieve that goal. And be honest with yourself. Looking you know take inventory are you really doing the work necessary? A lot of people say they are yeah. It's tough when You're ultimately. Lying to yourself. As if though like. Because at the end of the day, like if you're trying to pretend to be somebody that you're not or you're saying that you're doing these things, other people and Internally Letting yourself down you're only failing yourself. So what's the point? I just I never understood that like mindset of like. I mean I'm sure we've all been through it. I've been in a position where I would just completely blind fully lying to myself about. Just. Dump things. It's not true. I didn't do that I didn't commit I committed to that but I didn't actually go or whatever the case may be. How how can someone? Get. Over. The fear Of moving out of their own way, I find that that is such A. Huge paradigm shift especially like the younger. The younger human. So you know eighteen to thirty years old that constantly. Walking and tripping all over themselves when at the same time what they envisioned, what they what they want to do is not in line with their day to day action but they speak about it every single day and they sincerely mean it and they're genuine about it. It's not like they're trying to you know commit fraud in essence of who they are and what they want to achieve what what is that is it something that? Just as simple as just to shift. Or I think I believe in fire ready aim? Sit around. And you're taking aim and you're getting ready you never actually get. got it I I believe even if you have you access an opportunity. If you see something you WanNa get after you just start. You just take the first step you leave the shore. And you FFA. Oh, you fucking figure it out because ninety nine percent of us are never gonNA do it we're gonNA talk about it. We're GONNA think about it. WE'RE GONNA dream about it never GONNA do it. So I just believe in just start. Just, do it. Is it fearful. Yeah. Done. ANYTHING WORTHWHILE AS I love it. I think that's beautiful way end it. That was absolutely incredible. You're awesome. You're awesome. Thank you so much for doing this. It means the world. To of the few DOT COM..

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"joe de" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

03:24 min | 5 months ago

"joe de" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

"Yeah I'm in the middle of a podcast you're on the podcast now podcast in about grit and grind, and they were saying they were saying that you know somebody like you who's in the hot tub lot. Back. Now. He's a funny guy that the reason I want him to get on the podcast. was He's got five boys. Roy has become a national level wrestler and how do you do that and it's true grit and grind. He grinds those boys every single day he makes me look like Mickey Mouse so so But. But listen if you know Elon Musk's ex wife, she would say if you want you know achievement, you want extreme success that requires extreme sacrifice. You'RE GONNA piss a lot of people. A lot of people didn't like Steve Jobs. People didn't like Michael Jordan like that's just the deal. So if you WANNA BE MEDIOCRE You'd be fine after. Any Grit and grind we we need his net flicks where do you WanNa go you gotTa make that decision decide what's good for you but I'll tell you one thing. I can't imagine at the end of your life. You're sitting on a chair and say man I'm I'm so glad I was mediocre. I just Kinda skated by. Yeah I'd kill myself. Right. Yeah, it's just. I don't know. I. Don't understand that frame of mind like. An and I think just this'll be good transition. A lot of people define success as like multi millions and billions of dollars in this Saturday the other. So because that's their definition of success, they find that. They. Can choose to live a mediocre life when in reality if you're busting your balls and your fulfilled and you're doing everything you can you're pouring everything into it and you're finding fulfilment and happiness and your version of success and that's success in my opinion right? It doesn't have to be quantified by monetary means. Now I quantify it by monetary means because I wanNA make an impact. And I believe the more impact you make the more money it'll be there but it's not the money that is driving me personally. So when it comes to finding discipline in the things that you want to achieve, how would you I develop discipline I feel like that would be the foundational piece. Right after mindset would you agree because you'd have to create state first thing you want to do is figure out what that purpose is what that track that goal is make sure that goal lines up your values and beliefs. Okay. In other words. If you value health and wellness, but you smoke cigarettes every day. You think that's like. We're not aligned. Lately Line, you're passionate about the thing you're you're getting after. Posted on a wall tattooed on your arm. That's the thing you're going after. Next thing you do is you commit but you commit by writing down. What you're GONNA do everyday about. What are you GonNa do if your goal is to climb, Everest will then every day every single day you gotta be working towards all you got to be disciplined about your practice to getting up Mount Everest are you practicing glacier goggles? Do you have an ice axe? Are you climbing mountains? Are you climbing stairs when you're in the city? Are you learning and reading books? Are You doing everything? You.

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"joe de" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

03:57 min | 5 months ago

"joe de" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

"So. So it's even more important to take on hard challenges and finish it. Because the more tracks, you can lay start to finish the more successful you'll be. Wow That's, unreal? Unreal that you can actually quantify it now with science. Yeah I see in the brain don't. Grant. Yeah, don't quit piano. You started playing piano and then you're like, oh, it's too hard I. Don't. WanNa. Do it you left a gap in the brain That's How can you make an excuse now? Can make an excuse or they stay line up here every day they line up on my door and they say jobs campus too hard. I WANNA go home my new responses. We don't accept resignations here. Get back to work. Love. Love it. Love it. On the on the subject of Grit since we've got about ten more minutes of this call and I just think it's just so impactful. Grinding the sister of Grit I would say or the brother. To me. You know working twelve to fourteen hours a day doing something that I absolutely hate. But all the while understanding that I have this this outcome whether it be three years down the line five years a decade it doesn't matter is what keeps me going through? You know minute by minute hour by hour day by day. What would your representation of grinding be? Is it just doing the work or is it being intelligent when you're doing the work or is it just buckling down and just striving for success all the while understanding that the success may not be the destination it could be very well journey or it could be something that you're going to achieve a completely different avenue. That's something that I've. uncovered in my life, I come from a marketing background and I've done that for fourteen years and then all of a sudden in the midst of that, my whole, it just changes and what I do for a living now is completely the opposite what I had been doing and it was like everything that I had been doing up point built this repertoire each taught me how to. Market myself and understand how to build websites and and brand and create content. But all the while an understanding that I can do all these things by myself. I don't eat my team I don't need this that or the other and it all helps with what I'm trying to do or what I have been doing in my day job. So would you say that grinding is like? Something that you go in blindly or it's something that you have a set goal, you just need to be able to develop the grit in order to grind, and then you just grind with this like almost blind inevitability that you're just gonNA reach whatever it is you're gonNA reach at that at the end game. So it makes sense I think grinding is is just a moment in time Where where it sucks I? Think I think it's that ability to stay disciplined to make that commitment to be vocal about it, and then grind through every single day all day you know young kids now define grinding as playing video games I got grind. That's not grinding late. Right grinding is it sucks. You're sweating. You're pushing you don't feel like you're making any progress and you continue to grind through. That's that's grinding. But what I think you gotTa, you gotTa Lay that commitment out on the table. You gotta be vocal about it. You gotta gotta hanging above your bed and whatever that thing is. And then you've got to be disciplined about what you're going to do to get that thing. And then all day every day you gotta do it until you achieve and that doesn't mean after ten days quick because buying it didn't work and doesn't mean after one hundred days you quit. Hold, on one second undergo I I'm in the middle of PODCASTS, but we're talking about can you hear me?.

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"joe de" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

04:19 min | 5 months ago

"joe de" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

"That natural state? Listen I. Had I had eight pit bulls on this farm. and. They were tough when there may be just like humans tough when Davies and then they hang out in the house and they have fed on demand and it's snowing out they don't WanNa go out in the snow and ride, and then they all like literally change in front of me, and then they got lost in the woods three days and they can't back with porcupine needles in their eyeballs and they were like a little more rugged and it was like, okay, you're back in the game. But. It's GonNa require some more more pine needles. I'm with you. What if what if the scenario is that? One of the scenarios that I've been see particularly with people are closest to me as they say that they want it they say that they wanna change the say that they wanna make these commitments but nothing happens their actions in the routines are identical to how they were yesterday the day before that. So what do you say to somebody like that? How can you get someone out of their own way? Can you help someone get out of their own way or is it at this point you just? You just kind of leave them alone you're showing them the tools if given the gate to the yellow brick road or what have you, and at that point becomes, it's completely all on them. What are your thoughts on that I got billionaires kid here a lot of people send the kids on the farm adults to work on and help them find exactly what you're talking about at their grip back. Yeah This kid. Privileged background. You went after the first three or four days. and. Now is attitude is all today I wanNA chop wood instead of dill when everybody else is doing And so I just went to general store here in town. And he was I wanNA talk to me and I just waved and I. Moved on and he said, what's the matter you're not talking to? I said no, it's not that I said listen. We have a program here. That helps you get what you want. Otherwise, you would not have come here. You came here for something. You've got to trust the program. But what happens is when it gets hard like in this example. They, tap out. And they start to whoever they are doesn't matter. They start to make up these crazy stories and excuses and bullshit about like, Oh, I needed to learn I gotta learn how to fish too..

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"joe de" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

05:52 min | 5 months ago

"joe de" Discussed on Habits Of The Few with Mo Naboulsi

"I'll tell you one thing. I can't imagine at the end of your life. You're sitting on a chair and say a man I'm I'm so glad I was mediocre. I'm so glad I just Kinda skated by. Welcome. To the habits of the field what we got for? Discuss habits, rituals and mindset tactics that you can use to reach your version of success, and now here's your host. Mobile Noble seed. So I would say a little bit environment a little bit Erin Ding My Dad went broke he was on top of the world. So that impacted me a really positive way even though it was awful when it was happening, it wasn't so good for him. mom was yoga meditation health food and extreme level that was helpful and I just had I had a fire in my belly is wanted to achieve and prove that I was tough. So. Confluence of a whole bunch of things. I mean, I'm practicing on my kids right now and I'm I'm saying, all right. How do I build some some of these skills? How do I get him resilient? How do I get them gritty? So you watch all the TV you want Mandarin. You'RE GONNA do math every single day we're going do death camps on on the farm where you're not gonna be able to sleep in the house and you're going to be an old water hike in the mountain and in pain and. Food..

"joe de" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

02:11 min | 6 months ago

"joe de" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

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"joe de" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

03:15 min | 6 months ago

"joe de" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Dad says. Don't be a pussy. Really. Wow Kid says that kid says. If your mom spent one day in these conditions, you would both be dead. Dad says you need to embrace it. Oh boy hang on I'm going to read you the. Maybe the dashes said Fuck you do it with you while it gets better, because at the end I did have dad. I had the parents come. Dad finally says. Do you want us to call Joe? Called lighten up on you. Kid says you clearly never met this guy. He is a psychopath. Okay? This is an illegal camp run by a crazy person. This is a fifteen year old kid who has tricked kids to come here to farm work for. Manual Labor. And he punish US whenever he feels like it. And if your mom were here, you would understand that you put your son in a dangerous situation, but instead you're sitting on a fancy couch in our home laughing at our son's serious health concerns wow! Needless to say the kid. Thank me at the end. So. How long was he there fourteen days? Fourteen days. He's five days in when these five days. And I could read I got. Around in the next you know what nine our message to them. What will we took the phones? Once once I got the tip off right. We took the phones and there was no way out and the message to them was when you can't change your situation. You Change Yourself. You're fucking stuck here. Figure it out and. What I just read to makes it sound a lot worse than it actually was i. mean it was probably being dramatic. Dramatic is, and it's hard work, but kids need it. You're not getting that. To understand that you can struggle and you can. You can realize that sometimes when things are really hard to. Do you think Oh my God I got to stop doing this, but once you do it and you complete it. You have a satisfaction. This sense of satisfaction that you did something really difficult. That is a replaceable. Some kids never get that and they stay. Stay fat and stupid their whole life and some kids. They get these little lessons, and they realize like you can push yourself, and you can get somewhere you know some kids get real lucky and get involved in sports. Or martial arts early and one of the best benefits of Sports. You realize that through hard work you get improvement through improvement. You get success through success. You get that big dopamine rush. You get that good feeling confidence you get this. You get sometimes. I didn't but you knowledge that you can do something that's difficult and you can overcome even though it feels like you can't like i. that's one of the beautiful things about the belt system of martial arts. You start off as a beginner you start off as a white belt, and then as things go on, you get a new belt and they when your instructor takes your old belt off and ties your new one off. On like you have this amazing feeling of accomplishment like wow, and then you know that there's a goal. The end of the rainbows, a black belts like I might get to be a black belt someday. It's real. And then you know other people that do get their black and you're like. Wow, what's it like like? You know you see people that a little bit ahead of you in the race like this is incredible. See People, the model, other other successful people models see those black belts all right. You see disciplined people. You know.

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"joe de" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

03:49 min | 6 months ago

"joe de" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"That's the thing that always happened I. Mean I've had friends at lost a ton of weight and they would have these big flaps of skin he had, and they wanted to get it removed, but this guy didn't this guy. His whole body shrunk. Was this a dom De st? No told us about this or with his someone I recall. But I'm looking for pictures to see I heard about it and stuff. Yeah, I heard about it, but that was the fascinating part of the story to me was like Whoa. Look this guy. Not only did he live off of his fat and IV vitamin DRIPS. That's what he took for a whole year, so lived off of his fat. Is Body, had you know hundreds and hundreds of pounds of fat to Lucy lost at all, but that his skin shrank was fascinating to me and man. If we could convince people to try that. Again? I don't know if that's the healthiest way to do it. I mean what kind of long term damage you're doing. If any so, I'm a believer again, no scientific. Until like time and I say to myself. We never had an abundance of food. You and I couldn't walk into a grocery store and have access to. If we had food, we had food and so I would think our stomachs, and our digestive system. needs time. It's not used to just constantly taking food on demand 'cause I don't like I don't think our stomachs are made for that so i. don't know about fasting for a whole year. That's different right, but also you have to get to that crazy state to be able to do that. You've already abused your body to the point where hundreds and hundreds of pounds overweight man that that's not normal anyway. That's tough that doesn't. Doesn't even like you. Go back to hunters and gatherers. That wasn't even possible now. No, they wouldn't have been able to do that. I mean and he was probably laying in a bed or probably not very active. Probably yeah, so this guy. You just say you're just any is much salad as you want as much fruit as you want, but that's it. And just by doing that, these long walks, and how how long are these? Walks taken doing ten mile hike on the in the beginning as you can imagine, those were really long hikes. Right and and probably two miles an hour, so five hours to get that dumb, but as he lost weight, and he got more fit, he hustled, and on the farm on our farm in Vermont. It's hilly so I could either send them on through the fields which we did in the beginning, but eventually now he's climbing mountains to. And and then I started adding weight now he's got to carry it little ten pound sandbag and a twenty pound sandbag, so we just kept upping the ante as his body adapted to what we were doing to him and he just kept boom. Get taken off weight while yeah, and so after eighteen months to let them have a cake. No not. But I'll tell you what. Somebody heard about what I did. And this guy shows up number to calm. And he's three hundred. Thousand wants to get the two hundred. And I said all right head up the mountain. You'RE GONNA sleep in the cabin because I just went through all that time with the other guy. and. We're going to be much more efficient here first week. You're only eating apples and clean out your system. I gave him giant Bushel of apples put him on top of the mountain. Thirty days we had them down to two hundred pounds, and what's thirty days I was? Found their days. That seems scary, scary hike in raw fruits and vegetables and. Here's a guy that sedentary truck driver, and not really moving around much eating shit foods I mean it's not rocket science. Right you each food. You're not active. You're gaining weight a good food. You're very active, was weight and His girlfriend picks him up at thirty days. and. They fucking leave the farm. UNBEKNOWNST to me. I go straight to Ben and Jerry's. And he put on like eighteen fucking.

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"joe de" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

08:21 min | 6 months ago

"joe de" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"My guest today is a very fascinating in fun guy. He's the founder of Spartan. Race. He's a businessman, a motivator, just a free thinker and a really cool guy. Please welcome Joe descente. The Joe Rogan experience. PODCAST. Hello Joe how are you? We're rolling owner. Matt Nice to meet you, thanks. So the Kettle Bell You bring this fucking thing everywhere you go literally to I lived overseas and I started it. Started I had a six hundred ninety six pound guy come to the farm. Six years ago and he wanted to. He wanted help lose weight and I helped them over eighteen months. Get Down to two hundred and sixty five pounds. Wow, and one of the methods. I used to motivate him. Was I said as you lose weight, I'll carry weight. And eventually I was carrying one hundred pound sandbag. Fast forward, and we can get into I moved overseas with my family, and I tried to carry that hundred pound sandbags I had made that commitment to them, and they wouldn't let it through TSA. So when I landed in in Asia I, asked my wife, I said Hey. Could you order a twenty count stupid? I'm carrying a Santa? Can you order a twenty pound Cowbell I'll just carry a twenty pounder around, so I'm not a complete fraud. And she confused pounds with K. Kilograms, and I ended up with a forty four pounder, and it just became. My shtick might thing. So when you say you carry it everywhere, you go everywhere with it i. go everywhere with it so pandemic during the pandemic I haven't. I wouldn't carry it if we were going to a grocery store, but if if I'm traveling to see you or I'm going anywhere in the world, kettlebells come with me. Vegas anywhere. You take it as a carry on a of depends on the country we operate in a lot of countries, and every country treats it differently so some US flights. They'll let me carry it on which is strange. Others. They asked me to check it. They won't let you bring a pool cue on a plane. Yes I say it's like a weapon while so, is that not like a weapon? Well, my answer to them as you'd have to be pretty fucking strong. Pretty fucking. Smash, somebody would one of those things now, but they've let me bring on planes. China doesn't mind at all. India in India. You love this. They asked me to put it in someone else's luggage. So in other words, somebody had just dropped off their luggage. I'm checking the catalog. Stick it in that blue suitcase. Get it when you get to the other end. You don't even know who the? person is so, that's insane so I get there and I have to explain to this person in the oyi Ym opening their suitcases to get to get. This particular case no this. Is like so. What did they say when? They were confused. They don't know, but if you act with authority like they just assume maybe I work for the airline or who knows Oh my, God. That's hilarious. That's so ridiculous. That's. That standard behavior in India. Well. How many times you've been over there I've been to India twice. It's happened twice in India. Thing. It's somebody else's bag. Somebody else's bag in the Middle East. They give me a sentence which I for. I can't recall, but basically says it's going to be up to God if this comes out the other end. Really. They've lost a dozen of them in the United States, and the United States wants. You'RE GONNA love this I. Get to JFK and there are two stories in the baggage claim so I go to the large luggage area because I'm hoping that's where the kettlebells should be but i. hear some noise on a conveyor belt above me sure enough. The fucking catalog comes flying down the steep ramp combing. It almost takes out TSA. Customs Officer Dental embarrass, say dental all the stainless steel right, but I walk over embarrassed. Pick up the cattle bill and walk out the. I bought a bowling ball bag like with a roller on it about one of those for kettlebells but I was like what am I doing? I stopped, I stopped. It's just too much of a pain in the ASS. Because I don't like to check luggage I carry my shit like the Kerry Japan they the woman will wrap it perfectly as if it's like Godiva chocolate, wrap it in and cardboard tape. It put a little handle and high heel shoes. She'll carry at one hundred yards like she sweating and carefully place it. You know and location so they they're very detail oriented a different culture over. Yeah there. They have like one of the lowest death rates and lowest up problems with covert like they're. One of the country's at handled it the best and we were trying to figure out why I think it's probably. They're really good at following rules very disciplined. Wear masks all the time when they're sick. They weren't so I lived there for a year and. During Cova did I put together this phone call that happened every morning. I called it the warrior. Call Five twenty seven am, and I had all our teams from a forty plus countries. Get on the call thirty minutes. Give me an update from Japan. Give me an update from China. Give me up for France just very quick, and they shut down Japan right away I. Mean they did not fuck about and and you know they're not shaking hands in Japan right. They've got the bow. Taxi! Drivers are wearing gloves. They don't mess around, so no, no surprise that They killed it right away. It's so interesting how human beings that you know basically not much different than there from a different climate, different genes, but. It's just amazing. How differently they live! It's it's amazing how they all have like when I was in Japan I've only been once, but when I was in Tokyo's like everyone is so polite like you're walking down the street and it's like there's no garbage anywhere. It's very clean, but yes yet it's very packed. There's a lot of people and everyone is very friendly like the way they handle everything. Everything's very polite very orderly. One thing I found interesting I couldn't go to the gym unless I went back to my hotel room and put a long sleeved shirt on. Kuzan your mom, your mom I can. Yeah. They wouldn't let me show. You cannot have any visible look at least in the gym that I was working now every everywhere and and You know they're simple little things. They did to affect human behavior like we couldn't find garbage cans on the street like you would New York or somewhere else so you find yourself in a situation where you can't dispose of the garbage right so now you're sticking in your pocket so within a month. You're not creating garbage anymore. because pain in the ASS right. You're figuring out how to. Use Less and get rid of less like so they've changed behavior. Subways spotless. I didn't watch. I didn't actually get on any of the subways, but. Everything was spotless was weird and people within. Yeah, right? Yeah, smoke smoke a little too much as They drink a lot to where they don't really get fat. Yeah it's very unusual culture. If you follow back to, you, know the warrior. Culture the Samurai and their I mean their long history of martial arts. It's really kind of mazing that this. This island had so much innovation, and so much so much mastery of hint hint combat of of swordsmanship of sort making. Pretty incredible culture there. They're the Germans. We like to say of Asia. Air Tight. Yeah, so what we do doing over there. Why are we there for the year so after I help that that guy lose that weight Do that by the way he lost four hundred pounds Yeah, close to it so. Eighteen months. That's amazing. It was amazing you're not going to be. We may be at odds on this, but I went and I'll tell you why we went raw fruits, vegetables only, and here's a guy that was eaten eight eight egg mcmuffins a day for breakfast and two liter sprites Jeez right, so we get.

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"joe de" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

05:27 min | 8 months ago

"joe de" Discussed on The Ikonns

"If you did thirty burgers before you get on the train, it's on us or the bus or whatever it is I. Don't know Russia actually had something set up. We do squats in the subway system, and there's a mirror a camera to check on you. What else? There's a lot of generals and colonels and sergeant majors that have been retired or tapped out of the military probably thousands of them I would get those thousands and I would put them in inner cities, not because I want military state, but have them. Them help clean up the education system in those tough places having straighten out those kids that are very rambunctious and have add in carrying guns or drugs, or whatever so neighborhoods military guys and gals could big ones and vaping would not be allowed in this country if I was. Why don't even understand the point? Why would we allow private companies to make money off killing our citizens and you know everybody would hate me I. Don't even understand marijuana and alcohol outside of medical for medical I. Don't get it. I understand rubbing alcohol. I don't. Why do we have to train? I'm the same makes. One of the discussion we've had with. In their data shows even in those countries I think in Latin. America there's some countries actually implemented for example advertising for sugary stuff or you. Thought attacks I mean sodas. One of the main reasons you know people. Especially children become obese. Trump wants to make America great again. The problem is you. Don't make America great again by screwing up the environment. If you make America great again by getting everybody six pack, you get everybody a six pack and they start taking care of themselves. They'll start taking care of environment. They'll start. Everything will get better, so he needs to change his slogan to make America fit again and I could take care of it overnight. Literally overnight I could fix this whole I agree. So. Now kind of flipping into a bit and one of the things he mentioned. Of course it's it's a challenging time for all businesses. However, I believe we're GONNA. Get through it and we're GONNA. Go on the other side I however I. Believe you know for you to reach the success that you have in regards to know where Miami one hotel. There's a sparring Jim. They're they're spartan races. All over the world is tough. Maters will now the company that you said You just acquired which? Of course is an interesting times. You buy a company like that has to do with you know. Physical interactions is definitely difficult time however. Even getting to this point, right where you have how many employees in total you have now if your organization's while we were at five hundred eleven before the the virus showed up so now we furloughed many people so obviously you away started movement. There's a lot of people listening right now as well want to know like. How do I build a business? Business how do I believe seem and all that stuff for you? If you'd have to also kind of just narrow it down to people, a lot of people want to be entrepreneurs now right, and in fact it might be a great time for people to become entrepreneurs right now because there isn't going to be a lot of jobs out there, so what's? What's for those people who may have that what it takes to be entrepreneurs number one what to expect for them. Should they even go there? And if there are going to go there, what should they expect? What should they do? Actually succeed in this game entrepreneurship couple thoughts I have another hacked by the way, and then I'll go to that..

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"joe de" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

04:56 min | 8 months ago

"joe de" Discussed on The Ikonns

"We've added purpose to seven million lives just like it happened to me I don't know I feel like. I would be a fraud if I didn't take this job on. And I measure success. The number of lives change so i. say it a lot. We talked about commitment earlier. You talked about commitment I'm a very committed individual, but I use some hacks on how to become that committed committed like a pit bull. I say it often. It becomes part of my narrative. I say it out loud. I say it's posted. So I have no choice I'd be a fraud. If I didn't deliver so I'd be lying to you if I didn't tell you that every single day I wanna quit GonNa bed late at night, hundreds of emails, my computer broke yesterday probably five hundred miles behind right now headaches all day into personal dealings with employees. Customers pissed off because of Corona virus. I WANNA quit. But can't my back is against the wall because I've had this conversation like I'm having with you a thousand times out loud..

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