• Give to Grow - Mo Bonnell | EP117

    11 JUN. 2024 · In a recent interview with Mo Bunnell, renowned author of "Give to Grow," we delved deep into the transformative power of generosity in professional networking and personal growth. Mo's insights, gleaned from years of experience and extensive research, shed light on how the simple act of giving can unlock doors to success in both business and life. One of the key takeaways from our conversation was the idea that genuine generosity forms the bedrock of meaningful connections. Mo emphasized that networking isn't just about transactions; it's about building authentic relationships rooted in trust and mutual benefit.  By giving without expectation, individuals can foster a culture of reciprocity that leads to long-term success."Give to Grow" isn't just a catchy phrase; it's a philosophy that Mo passionately advocates for. He shared numerous anecdotes illustrating how acts of kindness and generosity have opened doors for him personally and professionally.  From offering assistance to a colleague in need to connecting two individuals who could benefit from each other's expertise, Mo's stories underscored the ripple effect of generosity in networking.Moreover, Mo provided practical strategies for incorporating giving into one's networking approach. From identifying ways to add value to others to leveraging social capital for collective growth, his advice was both insightful and actionable.  By adopting a mindset of abundance rather than scarcity, individuals can cultivate a network of supporters who are eager to reciprocate their generosity.But perhaps the most profound message of "Give to Grow" is that giving isn't just about advancing one's own agenda—it's about making a positive impact on others and the world at large. Mo stressed the importance of finding fulfillment in the act of giving itself, rather than solely focusing on the rewards it may bring. Ultimately, he believes that by embracing a spirit of generosity, individuals can not only achieve professional success but also lead more meaningful and fulfilling lives. My interview with Mo Bunnell and his book "Give to Grow" left me inspired and equipped with a newfound understanding of the power of generosity in networking. By embracing the principles outlined in his book, individuals can unlock endless opportunities for growth, both personally and professionally. So let's heed Mo's advice and start giving generously—together, we can all grow and thrive. What to expect in this episode: (03:46) - The misconceptions around sales today. (07:59) - How to deal with multiple stakeholders simultaneously. (14:37) - Does technical expertise or business acumen lead to better customer engagement?(20:35) - How much does curiosity a critical factor in sales? (24:41) - Why relationships will always win in sales.(29:19) - Why there needs to be a balance of optimism vs pessimism in sales. (35:11) - Are you giving to get? (39:48) - What people get wrong about reciprocation. (44:25) - How sales people will lose leverage in a deal. (46:55) - Mo's top habits when it comes to sales. *** Follow Mo: Books - https://www.amazon.com/stores/author/B07DF7BBTT Facebook - http://facebook.com/bunnellideagroup  LinkedIn - http://linkedin.com/in/mobunnell/  Website - https://bunnellideagroup.com/  X - http://x.com/mobunnell  *** Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey:Apple – http://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373 Spotify – http://open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHp Facebook –  http://facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram – http://instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn – http://linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ Strava – http://strava.com/athletes/32692468  YouTube – http://youtube.com/@Ultrahabits Website – http://ugventures.coRate the podcast – http://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits
    53m 1s
  • The battle with alcohol and drug addiction - Gregory Hobelmann | EP116

    28 MAY. 2024 · In the realm of addiction recovery, few stories resonate as deeply as that of Dr. Gregory Hobelmann. A renowned anesthesiologist, Dr. Hobelmann's journey is a testament to the human spirit's capacity for transformation and renewal.Behind the esteemed professional facade, Dr. Hobelmann battled a hidden demon: addiction to alcohol and drugs. Despite his medical expertise, he found himself ensnared in the throes of substance dependence, struggling to break free from its suffocating grip. Yet, amidst the darkness, a flicker of hope remained.Dr. Hobelmann's path to recovery was not swift or easy. It was marked by setbacks, moments of despair, and the humbling realization of his own vulnerability. However, with unwavering determination and the support of loved ones, he embarked on a journey of self-discovery and healing.Through sheer grit and resilience, Dr. Hobelmann emerged from the shadows of addiction, reclaiming his sobriety and rediscovering his purpose. But his journey didn't end there. Fueled by his own experiences, he dedicated himself to helping others traverse the treacherous terrain of addiction recovery. As a beacon of hope and inspiration, Dr. Hobelmann has touched countless lives, offering compassion, guidance, and unwavering support to those in need. His compassion knows no bounds, and his commitment to healing extends far beyond the confines of his medical practice. Dr. Hobelmann's story serves as a reminder that redemption is always within reach, no matter how dire the circumstances may seem. It's a testament to the transformative power of resilience, perseverance, and the human spirit's capacity for renewal. Today, Dr. Hobelmann continues to inspire others with his unwavering dedication to the cause of addiction recovery. Through his advocacy, education, and tireless efforts, he's not only changing lives but reshaping the narrative surrounding addiction, destigmatizing it, and fostering a culture of empathy, understanding, and healing. In a world fraught with challenges and uncertainties, Dr. Gregory Hobelmann stands as a beacon of hope, illuminating the path to recovery and reminding us all that, with courage and determination, redemption is always possible. What to expect in this episode: (02:01) - ​​Early beginnings about Gregory's journey (10:02) - What addiction looks like on a macro level today (15:19) - What happens to addiction when drugs are becoming legal (21:58) - Struggling as an addict while studying to become a medical professional (27:25) - How does the medical and recovery communities work together to keep people sober(36:11) - How has data analytics helped with helping people stay sober? (38:11) - What you can do if you think you have an addiction? (41:15) - How you can get someone to take ownership of their own issue *** Follow Gregory: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/greg-hobelmann-76a476174/  Website - https://www.ashleytreatment.org/  *** Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey: Apple – podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373 Spotify – open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHp Facebook –  facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram – instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn – linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ Strava – https://www.strava.com/athletes/32692468 YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/@Ultrahabits Website – https://ugventures.co/ Rate the podcast – https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits
    45m 59s
  • Gut Instincts: Navigating Health with Your Second Brain - Dr Vincent Pedre | EP115

    14 MAY. 2024 · 🌟 Exciting News Alert! 🌟 We are thrilled to share that we had the incredible opportunity to sit down with none other than Dr. Vincent Pedre, a leading authority in gut health and holistic wellness. In our enlightening interview, Dr. Pedre shared invaluable insights into nurturing a healthy gut microbiome and achieving optimal well-being. Dr. Pedre's expertise shines through as he delves into the fascinating world of gut health, emphasizing its profound impact on our overall health and vitality. From debunking common myths to offering practical tips, every word he spoke was a treasure trove of wisdom. One of the key takeaways from our conversation was the importance of nurturing our gut microbiome. Dr. Pedre enlightened us on how our gut health influences everything from digestion to immunity, mental health, and even skin health. His holistic approach to wellness emphasizes the interconnectedness of the body and the pivotal role the gut plays in maintaining balance. Throughout the interview, Dr. Pedre's passion for empowering individuals to take charge of their health was palpable. He provided actionable steps that anyone can incorporate into their daily routine to support a healthy gut, such as incorporating probiotic-rich foods, reducing stress, and prioritizing sleep. Moreover, Dr. Pedre shared invaluable insights into the significance of gut-friendly foods, lifestyle practices, and supplements that can promote gut healing and optimize overall well-being. His holistic perspective on health resonated deeply with our audience, inspiring them to embark on their own wellness journey. We're incredibly grateful to Dr. Vincent Pedre for sharing his expertise and empowering us with knowledge that can transform our lives. If you missed the interview, fret not! Stay tuned for the release, as we'll be sharing the full conversation soon. In the meantime, let's take Dr. Pedre's teachings to heart and prioritize our gut health as the cornerstone of our well-being journey. Here's to embracing vitality from the inside out! What to expect in this episode:  (03:03) - The repercussions of a doctor working 100 hour weeks on no sleep. (07:52) - Researching gut health in the 90s. (17:56) - Why aren’t doctors being trained to look outside of traditional medicine? (21:06) - Why we need to focus on our gut brain. (27:27) - How to navigate the complexities of gut health issues. (31:42) - How diet plays a part in brain and gut health. (34:44) - how food contributes to autoimmune disease. (47:37) - What you can do today tobetter your microbiome. Follow Vincent: Book - https://pedremd.com/the-gutsmart-protocol-book  Courses - https://pedremd.com/work-with-me  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/DrVincentPedre  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/drpedre/  LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/vincent-pedre-m-d-3319405b/ Website - https://pedremd.com/  X - https://twitter.com/DrPedre  YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDQ2r8kcQraOLE0Bi_DZZbg  Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey: Apple – podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373 Spotify – open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHp Facebook –  facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram – instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn – linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ Strava – https://www.strava.com/athletes/32692468 YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/@Ultrahabits Website – https://ugventures.co/ Rate the podcast – https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits
    54m 14s
  • What is the quality of our kids education today? - Giulia Cuzzilla | EP114

    30 ABR. 2024 · Guilia is my son’s tutor, she has been working with him over the past nine months as we have been working to fill some of the gaps and strengthen some of areas of weakness. Over the course of our relationship, I have come to realise that children across the community are experiencing challenges, and whilst this may have always been the case I wanted to talk to Guila about the educational system, changes, and the myriad of varying philosophies that can make navigating the process as a parent super difficult. Giulia is a qualified primary school teacher with over a decade of teaching experience.She has experience teaching in a range of  ettings,including as a TESOL educator in Italy where she taught English to primary and high school students, as well as to adults. She also spent three years teaching Indigenous children of all ages in remote communities in Western Australia where she also gained a post-graduate certificate in Early Childhood Education. Through these experiences Giulia came to a deeper understanding of the importance of a structured and systematic approach to the teaching of reading and writing. Giulia has worked privately as a Multisensory Language Specialist (MSL) for the past five years, teaching children with dyslexia and dysgraphia. She has also trained with Ron Yoshimoto in phonology and morphology. Giulia has a particular interest in developing older students’ writing skills, which includes supporting their understanding of basic sentence structure, to helping students to clearly articulate and express themselves in longer stretches of writing. As Director of The Ranges Learning Centre in the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Giulia works with parents navigating the often-overwhelming world of supporting a child with learning differences and advocates for them within the school setting. She performs diagnostic assessments, writes reports to assist parents at home and within schools, and also takes small groups of students. What to expect in this episode:  (03:45) - Where innovation in education stems from. (09:45) - What other systems are more effective than English? (15:52) - The current dilemma with the Australian public school system. (19:28) - Teaching impact from COVID. (22:47) - How much different are Australian private schools vs public? (23:56) - How parents can be proactive with literacy intervention. (27:50) - Signs that show if your children are struggling with their education. (31:45) - Habits that parents can do at home to help their kids become literate. *** Follow Giulia: Website - https://therangeslc.com.au/ *** Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey: Apple – https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373 Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHp Facebook –  https://facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram – https://instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn – https://linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ Strava – https://www.strava.com/athletes/32692468 YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/@Ultrahabits Website – https://ugventures.co/ Rate the podcast – https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits
    37m 19s
  • How to scale your business - Bill Gallagher | EP113

    16 ABR. 2024 · Scaling your business does not have to be hard. This is according to business growth & scaling expert Bill Gallagher. For some small, medium or even large organisations, scaling and achieving year on year growth is super difficult. The question is why, and more importantly, what can you do if you find yourself in a business where your role is to help the organisation grow. Today’s conversation is about unfolding the steps you can take with your team to direct your business forward.  Bill Gallagher has helping leaders of scale-ups in a wide variety of industries for nearly 20 years to set themselves free and achieve their highest potential as leaders. Bill’s playful, funny and irreverent style and creative approach makes him an ideal coach for leaders who are looking for new ways to break through their own resistance and achieve the mindset that will allow them to achieve growth of 10x or more—while still having fun! With more than 36 years of entrepreneurial and executive experience and 18 years coaching and training leaders who want to improve their leadership and performance, he now works with leaders and teams in over 28 cities and 13 countries. He has led four companies as CEO/owner and was a partner/executive in two others as they grew from startup to more than $500 million in annual revenue. A former DJ and radio executive, Bill hosts the Scaling Up Podcast. In his free time, he is an avid surfer, sailor, skateboarder, pilot, scuba enthusiast and recovering triathlete. Happily married for more than 20 years, he and his wife Lori live in the Oakland Hills and are parents to two grown children. Whether you are in a new business or one that has been in the market for a while and may be a bit stale on the growth side, this is a conversation that you are going to want to check out! What to expect in this episode: (04:36) - Leading a large business while neglecting health (09:08) - What to do if my company is stagnant (23:44) - How to get the most out of your team (29:09) - What it’s like coaching inmates in maximum security *** Follow Bill: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/scalingupbizcoach/  LinkenIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/billgall/  Podcast and blog - https://scalingcoach.com/blog/  Website - https://scalingcoach.com/  X - https://twitter.com/billgall  *** Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey: Apple – podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373 Spotify – open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHp Facebook –  facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram – instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn – linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ Strava – https://www.strava.com/athletes/32692468 YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/@Ultrahabits Website – https://ugventures.co/ Rate the podcast – https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits
    37m 2s
  • Streets, Schizophrenia, and Success in Tech - Apollo Ellis | EP112

    2 ABR. 2024 · Imagine living life with Schizophrenia but having no idea. Today's conversation is with a special guest, my childhood friend Dr. Apollo Ellis. He is known as one of Silicon Valley's top programmers in the tech industry, but the road to get there was incredibly difficult. The connection between schizophrenia and drug abuse From addiction, depression and ultimately a diagnosis of Schizophrenia, his story is no short of a miracle, and certainly the outcome of a deep desire to be more in life. Apollo and I had shared in the madness of addiction and the streets as teenagers, we were truly lost in the wilderness.  We were amongst the worst within our circle of friends. Through the Valley: Streets, Schizophrenia, and Success in Tech Apollo Ellis's journey from the streets of the 1990s San Francisco Bay Area to the heights of Silicon Valley is a tale of extraordinary resilience. Growing up in a world dominated by hip-hop and street culture, he faced daunting circumstances. Narrow escapes from the drug game and gang violence left their marks in the form of PTSD and addiction. Homelessness and Schizophrenia Homeless at the age of twenty, Apollo made the pivotal decision to return to school. Choosing education as his lifeline, he began to reconstruct himself. When a diagnosis of acute paranoid schizophrenia threatened his story again, he stayed his course and went on to graduate from UC Berkeley. Today, Dr. Apollo Ellis is a renowned expert in computer science and technology. He has earned a Master’s degree and a PhD from the best institutions in the world and worked at many Fortune 500 tech giants like Intel, Apple, Sony PlayStation, and Facebook.  In Through the Valley, we accompany him on this journey from the precarious streets, through schizophrenia, to Silicon Valley's pinnacle. It is truly a testament to the power of determination and of an unyielding pursuit of the right to chase one’s dreams. What to expect in this episode: (00:04:24) - Becoming a meth baller from early teens. (00:47:04) - Navigating learning while having Schizophrenia (01:21:26) - Insights on how to publicly share your mental health journey. *** Follow Apollo: Book - https://www.amazon.com.au/Through-Valley-Streets-Schizophrenia-Success/dp/B099XBTQR5 LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/apollo-e-481621a0/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/apollo.ellis *** Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey: Apple – https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373 Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHp Facebook –  https://www.facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ Strava –https://www.strava.com/athletes/32692468 YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/@Ultrahabits Website – https://ugventures.co/ Rate the podcast – https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits
    1h 27m 16s
  • How to develop good reading habits - Nicholas Hutchison | EP111

    27 FEB. 2024 · How to develop the habit of reading It seems that the act of reading a book is a dying practice for the mainstream.With the development of video, podcasts and short form content we are all about convenience and speed of consumption.But what do we lose when we start to close the books? What's the true cost of losing our interest in actually reading a book? Benefits of becoming a consistent reader If you want to learn more, you're going to want to check out this next episode with Nicholas Hutchinson. We dive into the benefits of reading, some obvious, and some not,more importantly we discuss the actions you can take to develop better reading habits. Tips for building better reading habits Nicholas Hutchison stands as the visionary force behind Book Thinkers, a growing 7-figure marketing agency that seamlessly bridges the worlds of authors and readers.In just over 7 years, he has organically built a platform that reaches over 1,000,000 people each month. Nick’s podcast, BookThinkers: Life-Changing Books, is a global top 2% show that features captivating interviews with world-class authors such as Grant Cardone, Lewis Howes, and Alex Hormozi. Cultivating reading habits Through the use of his platform, Nick has helped hundreds of authors expand their reach to hundreds of millions of readers and drive significant revenue growth as part of their book campaigns. His services include short-form video production, podcast booking and social media book reviews. Building better habits Nick has now dedicated his life to helping millions of readers take action on the information they learn and rise to their potential through his books, speaking, and personal brand as a whole. This was the inspiration for his new book, Rise of the Reader, where he dives into the strategies for mastering your reading habits and applying what you learn. *** Notable Highlights (02:46) - Falling in love with reading (06:04) - How to Implement what you’ve read and learned (12:30) - Read as much as possible (28:28) - Writing a book and scaling *** Follow Nick: Website (personal) - https://nickhutch.com/ Website (company) - https://bookthinkers.com/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/bookthinkers/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/nicklovesbooks/ Instagram (company) - https://www.instagram.com/bookthinkers/ *** Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey: Apple - https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHp Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ Strava -https://www.strava.com/athletes/32692468 YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@Ultrahabits Website - https://ugventures.co/ Rate the podcast - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits
    44m 56s
  • Exercise to beat depression - Ben Singh | EP110

    20 FEB. 2024 · Should exercise be the first course of action for people with mental health issues? According to recent research by Dr. Ben Singh and his team at The University of South Australia, physical exercise is 1.5 times more effective than medication or counseling. So for many this is obvious, the problem is that the people that generally need to be moving their body to affect their mental health aren't the ones doing it. There is a benefit in counseling, and at certain times medication is needed. But the question needs to be asked as to how we can get those with mental health issues to implement a consistent exercise regime in their lives. The exercise solution to our mental health issues are always available, and the consistent benefits can have a profound effect on our lives. Dr. Ben Singh obtained a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology, Master’s Degree in research, and PhD at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Brisbane. Dr. Singh is currently a fellow at the University of South Australia (UniSA’s), Allied Health & Performance. UniSA’s Allied Health & Performance deliver high-impact research in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of health issues. We partner with industry to address global health challenges and work collaboratively to solve them. Areas of research strength include pain sciences, rehabilitation, and high performance in sport. UniSA’s community clinics provide affordable services to members of the public while giving students valuable opportunities for practical learning. Our clinics include physiotherapy, podiatry, dietetics, and exercise physiology. Their graduates are tomorrow’s health workforce: resourceful, engaged, and ready to create positive change in health and wellbeing, both locally and globally. UniSA’s mission is to solve critical health challenges, build strong relationships, and produce outstanding health professionals. Notable moments in this episode: (04:41) - Mental health and Exercise (06:57) - Medication vs. Exercise (09:19) - Benefits of exercise (10:10) - Getting active with exercise: start small (11:10) - People who exercise are less likely to get depression *** Follow Ben: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ben-singh-a72504197Twitter - https://twitter.com/BenSinghPhD *** Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey: Apple - https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHp Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ Strava -https://www.strava.com/athletes/32692468 YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@Ultrahabits Website - https://ultrahabits.co/ Rate the podcast - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits
    38m 22s
  • The Health Habit - Amantha Imber | EP109

    13 FEB. 2024 · How are your new year’s plans and resolutions going? Many people struggle to realise their new year's resolutions. The reason is because the same person with the same bad habits is making them. So, what can we do about it? Amantha Imber has the answers. Her recent book The Health Habit is a big part of our conversation today, the takeaways will help you navigate towards better habits in your office and home life. Dr Amantha Imber is a psychologist and founder of Inventium, a behaviour change consultancy. She has helped over 100,000 people at organisations such as Google, Apple, Disney, LEGO, Deloitte, Atlassian, Visa, and others improve their productivity, performance, and wellbeing worldwide. After struggling for years to make positive health changes stick, Dr Imber leveraged her expertise in psychology to successfully overcome her own challenges with fitness, nutrition and sleep. She now equips people around the world with the tactics and motivation to transform their health habits. In 2019, Amantha was named as one of the Australian Financial Review’s 100 Women of Influence. In 2021, she won the Thinkers50 Innovation Award (described by the Financial Times as the ‘Oscars for Management Thinking’). Amantha is also the host of the number one ranking business podcast How I Work, which has had over 5 million downloads. Amantha’s thoughts have appeared in Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Entrepreneur and Fast Company and her last book Time Wise was an international bestseller. Make sure to check this episode out, live on all podcast platforms and Youtube today. Notable moments in this episode: (03:29) - What is Inventium? (18:21) - Productivity in an organisation (22:47) - Can you measure productivity? (22:10) - Working from home vs. In the office: which one makes you more productive? (30:15) - The Health Habit *** Follow Amantha Imber: Books - https://www.amantha.com/books/ Website (personal) - https://www.amantha.com/ Website (company) - https://inventium.com.au/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/amanthaimber *** Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey: Apple - https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHp Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ Strava -https://www.strava.com/athletes/32692468 YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@Ultrahabits Website - https://ultrahabits.co/ Rate the podcast - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits
    1h 1m 16s
  • Fighting Scared - Robin Horsfall | EP108

    6 FEB. 2024 · What happens when you mix a poet, political thinker and a special forces soldier all in one? You get Robin Horsfall. Most of us know the man from his remarkably insightful commentary on complex political situations and global injustices. His writing is insightful, thoughtful and incredibly poetic. A lifelong soldier, literally before he was old enough to drink, Robin takes us into his early days of soldering into the life as British SAS and ultimately to his love of the pen. Robin is a man of principles, service to family and country, with the view to always seek truth and justice no matter what the sacrifice. Born in Farnham, Surrey, UK. Following a divorce from his birth father, his mother Hazel married his step-father, who adopted him and gave him the name Horsfall. A broken family life adversely affected his education, so he left school in 1972 at the age of fifteen and joined the army as a boy soldier. Despite a long period of isolation and bullying by his peers, he became a full member of the Parachute Regiment in 1974 and served three tours of Northern Ireland. In 1978 he volunteered for SAS selection and passed on his second attempt in March 1979. He went on to qualify as a Paramedic and Sniper. He was a member of the SAS counter terrorist team that assaulted the Iranian Embassy in London in 1980, helping to rescue the nineteen hostages who had been held for six days. Robin has had an extraordinary life and has been speaking about it at events both small and large for over 10 years. Make sure to tune into the show to hear this man’s incredible journey. *** Notable moments in this episode: (04:55) - Words are the most powerful thing we have (08:06) - What is ‘Fighting Scared’? (20:42) - Most difficult process of becoming an SAS (35:22) - Life lessons Robin learned from martial arts *** Follow Robin Horsfall: Books - https://robinhorsfall.co.uk/books/ Website - https://robinhorsfall.co.uk/ *** Follow & Subscribe to the Ultrahabits Journey: Apple - https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-ultra-habits-podcast/id1551339373 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0eWBOT8L1ShaRy5aoPxOHp Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ultrahabits Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ultra.habits/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/rj-singh-801a0436/ Strava -https://www.strava.com/athletes/32692468 YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@Ultrahabits Website - https://ultrahabits.co/ Rate the podcast - https://ratethispodcast.com/ultrahabits
    50m 33s
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