Dean Dwyer: Make Shift Happen, The Paradox of Success, and Skipping



Back by popular demand, today’s episode of the Fat-Burning Man Show is with Mr. Dean Dwyer. My first repeat guest, Dean is a unique thought leader in our community, an unmitigated shift disturber, and a terrible juggler. Here’s proof.

 

 

We stole a little time for a terrific introspective chat on the way to the speakers’ dinner at PaleoFX a few short weeks ago. Tons has happened since then; I’m very happy to report that Dean’s new book, Make Shift Happen, and podcast have shot up the charts and people are seriously starting to pay attention to this man.

Well-deserved. We need more Deans in this world.

Dean’ book, Make Shift Happen, is a journey through the psychology behind behavioral change, how to handle the associated challenges that accompany transformation, and ultimately how to maintain a healthy body and mind.

His style is at once witty, shamelessly silly, and completely serious. It is and is not a Paleo book. In my opinion, it’s much more. And you guys will definitely enjoy it.

In the show, Dean and I cover:

  • How Dean tackled his latest slip-up with diet and exercise (a hard shift)
  • Why taking pictures to monitor your weight loss is far more effective than a scale
  • Why paleo isn’t an all you can eat meatfest (or how eating red meat 7-10 times a day isn’t a good plan)
  • The Paradox of Success
  • How the “skipping” workout kicked Dean’s butt
  • How drinking butter might make you fat
  • And tons more…

Cool, here’s the show.

 

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2 comments:

  1. Anne-Marie Hogenbirk says:

    Hi Dean,

    Have been reading your book “Making Shift Happen” over the past few days, and when you wrote “Log like Captain Kirk”, that really hit home (am trained as a scientist). I have been changing my ideas about food over the past year (there has been a lot to “unlearn”) but personally haven’t analysed my own food intake past recording it in a weekly fill-in sheet.
    Could you give me the name / company of the software you’ve used to become a more mindful eater?

    Thanks from down-under,

    /Anne-Marie
    I have tried to find

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