This week Brad Loyet and Matt Kresko are joined by the great Michael Easter on pushing your limits. Michael is a health and fitness writer for Men’s Health, professor at UNLV, author of The Comfort Crisis, as well as co-founder and co-director of the Public Communications Institute. He has also been featured on many podcasts including The Joe Rogan Experience.
Michael lends his expertise and presents the case for pushing the limits of one’s comfort zone and the importance of reconnecting with nature. He also gives an analysis of the current state of the workforce in the post-Covid world.
This episode helps you gain a new appreciation for pushing the limits in order to improve one’s psychological health. Difficult tasks that seem insurmountable create life changing moments that help put life in perspective.
Stop problem shopping, push yourself out of your comfort zone, listen to this episode and improve your life. Michael Easter is here to guide the way.
In order to grow, you have to step out of your comfort zone.
There’s a lot of things in life that are hard to go through, but on the other side is a lot of self-improvement in a variety of ways.
Most people make change for one of two things: inspiration or desperation.
[00:26] Introducing Michael Easter
[01:18] Comfort Zones
[04:06] Three Day Effect
[10:15] The impact of Covid on the workforce
[14:17] Marcus Elliott and the art of Misogi
[19:33] Prevalence-induced concept change
[24:53] Life changing moments
[29:45] More on Misogi
[32:00] The Joe Rogan Experience
[34:17] Onlyfans Inquiry
If you loved this week’s conversation with Michael Easter on pushing your limits, you may want to check out these previous episodes!
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