86: How to Develop “Man Skills”. Online Jiu Jitsu Training. Install Pride Into a Team. Shifting Mindset from Individual to Leader.

0:00:00 – Opening

0:04:52 – How to hold workout discipline when you have a hard physical job and kids, facing burn-out.

0:20:00 – How to install pride into a team/battalion/individual.

0:23:51 – How to develop “man skills” in an intellectual environment.

0:42:17 – Should you always be detached?

0:47:53 – Thoughts on The Gracie Academy online school and other Online Jiu Jitsu training.

0:55:06 – What to do when you have an egomaniac boss but you seek to LEAD.

1:02:34 – How to shift your mindset from individual contributor to manager.

1:14:25 – Why have Jiu Jitsu belts/ranking if they are not to be strived for?

1:33:57 – How to step into a manager role when everyone else has more experience than you.

1:40:49 – Training tips for LEO and Security Forces.  And should we attack insurgents?  Or the ideology itself?

1:46:47 – Is it unrealistic to train Jiu Jitsu with many many past and existing injuries?

1:58:53 – How to successfully deal with suicidal thoughts.

2:08:25 – Support, Cool OnnitJockoStore stuff, with Jocko White Tea and Psychological Warfare (on iTunes)Extreme Ownership (book)The Discipline Equals Freedom Field Manual. Origin BrandOrigin Jiu Jitsu Immersion Camp.  Origin Brand.

2:31:33 – Closing Gratitude.

2 thoughts on “86: How to Develop “Man Skills”. Online Jiu Jitsu Training. Install Pride Into a Team. Shifting Mindset from Individual to Leader.”

  1. Notes to your listener with the question “How to hold workout discipline when you have a hard physical job and kids, facing burn-out?”

    1: Consider upping your calorie intake. While quality of food is important, when I worked 15 hour days on a construction site and rock climbed with every free moment, I found that the only way to sustain my energy levels was to eat more than what made me full and to do so frequently (more than three times per day). Important to note that this was high quality food.

    2: Pick a workout plan that is also an activity that you’re passionate about and stimulates your imagination. For me, this was rock climbing. Instead of being a grind that I would dread at the end of a long work day, I’d look forward to it, itching for the day to be over so I could engage in my passion. Find your passion and do it, this alone will boost energy, as most burn out comes from the mind.

    3: Meditate, meditate, meditate. Meditation will not only help you stay in touch with yourself and your passions, which will infuse you with energy, it will improve the quality of your sleep, and thus provide direct energetic increases into your body. Awareness feeds passion, passion feeds energy, energy feeds awareness. Let the cycle begin.

    Stay passionate, stay aware, and stay strong. Good luck!

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