How are you doing out there?
I know it’s been a rough year for a lot of us, but while some people simply get bowled over by the trauma, chaos and failure others simply seem to get stronger.
So how do we develop ourselves into the type of people that benefit from chaos?
Well, today we’re here with my friend Thane Marcus Ringler, a former professional golfer. Thane is now a speaker, development coach, host and creator of The Up & Comers show, an author of “From Here to There: A Quarter-Life Perspective On The Path To Mastery.”
On today’s show we’re chatting about:
- How to get through school with your creativity intact (easier said than done)
- The importance of hugs and real life interactions
- How writing makes you a better thinker (and the danger of outsourcing our thinking to tweets, posts and likes)
- Recognizing and embracing the rhythms of life
- How to develop ourselves into the type of people that benefit from chaos
- A simple question to help identify your passion and life purpose
- And tons more…
Let’s go hang out with Thane.
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Where To Find Thane Marcus Ringler
ThaneMarcus.com is the headquarters for everything Thane is working on, so definitely check out the website.
He’s got a blog, a link to the podcast, and he’s got a couple of online courses that just launched to help you develop discipline and grow self-awareness, which Thane explains are the 2 core competencies for good self-leadership.
“I’m all about self-leadership, because if we can’t lead ourselves well, we’ll never be able to lead others effectively.”
And you can find Thane’s podcast, The Up & Comers Show over at TheUpandComersShow.com.
You can also keep in touch with Thane on Instagram @upandcomersshow, on Twitter @upandcomersshow, and on Facebook @upandcomersshow.
And be sure to grab a copy of Thane’s excellent books, “From Here to There: A Quarter-Life Perspective On The Path To Mastery” as well as “Catalysts for Hope.”
And once again, you can find more about Thane and the great work he’s doing over at ThaneMarcus.com.
Before You Go…
Here’s a note that came in from Arthur in the Tribe. He says…
“This week my cousin invited me to be a guest chef for one of her high school culinary classes. The theme was “food from different regions around the U.S.”, so I chose Tex-Mex and showed them how to make the Wild Chicken Enchiladas. In the class I went through every ingredient, explained how and why each ingredient was chosen, and discussed processed foods versus real foods. They were super engaged and asked lots of questions. It was great! Super exciting and fun. It’s amazing how much I’ve learned about food observing the Wild Diet. :). Thanks Alyson Rose for the recipe! And thank you Abel James Bascom for sharing all of your knowledge.
On a different note, over Christmas break my in-laws stayed with us and my wife and I showed them how to eat wild. They couldn’t believe how much weight I lost since they saw me in August. My father-in-law has Type 2 Diabetes, and his blood sugar remained extremely consistent the entire time he was at our house. He said that has never happened before for so many days in a row (about a week). I think I convinced them to go wild. They are back home now, but my mother-in-law constantly texts my wife asking about ingredients and if she can eat it or not. Super cool. :)”
Arthur, thank you so much for sharing this! This warms my heart, and it’s the reason we do what we do.
I’m thrilled that the high school students are into it and even your family. Everyone can benefit from eating the Wild way, so thanks for sharing it with them.
And you dear listener, if you’re out there, if you can think of someone who you care about, who you’d like to share this free show with, please do.
Share fatburningman.com, share the podcast link on whatever platform you use.
I would love to get in touch with you, as well, if you want to hit me up. if you have a question, you can always email me over at email@example.com.
And also a quick note of congratulations to Kyle M. and Katie R. for winning our Wild Pie Baking contest over the holidays.
Excellent job cooking up those Wild desserts! We’ve got a package of Wild Superfoods goodies in the mail to you soon. Thanks for joining in the fun.
And if you’re looking to get started with Wild Superfoods, I highly recommend that you check out Vitamin D Stack.
Now, we’ve upgraded the formula without increasing the price to 5000 IU per serving, so you get a whopping amount of vitamin D, as well as the cofactors with vitamin A, E, K1 and K2.
So be sure to check out Vitamin D Stack and make sure that you’re topped up on vitamin D.
Makes it nice and easy by having Vitamin D Stack around. I know it’s easier said than done, catching the rays this time of year.
It’s been in the single digits and below zero here in Colorado, so as much as I want to be outside catching rays every day, at 8,000 feet it’s not always feasible.
So I stay topped up on my vitamin D levels by hitting the Vitamin D Stack. And you can too by visiting WildSuperfoods.com.
And while you’re there, be sure to check out our Vitamin C Stack, Fizzy C, Adrenal Stack, Mega Omegas, Probiotic Spheres, Collagen Cocoa, Future Greens, much more to come.
Check it all out at WildSuperfoods.com (right now, only available in the U.S.)
And one other quick announcement, if you are international or state side, is that our new app is ready.
It’s called the Wild Challenge, and you can learn more and sign-up by going to fatburningman.com/app.
Keep in mind, we have to set you up with an account in order to use that app, so make sure that you go to the web page first before downloading the app and trying to sign up there.
So, to do that, right now you can go to fatburningman.com/app to get the Wild Challenge and sign up.
We’ve got done-for-you meal plans, recipes, tools for tracking meditation and intermittent fasting.
We’re running giveaways on our newsletter, as well, so make sure that you’re signed up here on fatburningman.com and we’ll hook you right up.
What did you think of this conversation with Thane Marcus Ringler? Do you have a favorite quote from the interview? What skills are you working towards mastering? Drop a comment below!
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