(#267) Pat Flynn returns to the podcast this week for a stellar interview covering a variety of topics, including how to be better at almost everything. Pat shares his unique approaches to minimalism and generalism and why these are such good things. Pat Flynn is a 'fitness minimalist' and co-author of the book Paleo Workouts For Dummies. He has written extensively about how to get more with less at his primary website, Chronicles of Strength
. Pat always brings massive value and insight about training and so much more. This session was a lot of fun and it's loaded with great information, including all the details about his upcoming book project. Here's what you'll learn this week.
- What Pat does to maximize training this time of year
- A minimalist training session example he recently did
- Nutritional strategies around the Holidays
- How Pat describes his nutritional approach
- The importance of protein supplementation
- Why sustainability is essential for nutritional success
- Pat's secret protein bar...
- Why it's not a good idea to get "H-angry"
- Key learning strategies that Pat uses to take action
- What his upcoming book is all about
- What is skill stacking - and how to use it to your advantage
- Why great is the enemy of good (a contrasting viewpoint)
- The rule of 80% - how most can successfully use this strategy
- Why there's a lot of advantages to being a generalist
- Pat shares his top 5 skills to be successful
- How to develop the skill of focus
- The daily mediation practice he implements
- What his morning ritual consists of
- He discusses the painful process of writing a book
- Actionable closing advice after listening to the interview...
- And, the strategic application of focused-goal-setting
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