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Summer With Ethos // 4 For 7 | Maddie Rinaldi / Brian Johnson / Lane Yerrick / Khandice Baertsche | 07.25.21

Ethos Church

Ethos is a life-giving community committed to keeping Jesus at its Center. We are on a mission to love all people in Jesus' name so that we may all Know God, Find Freedom, Discover Purpose, & Make a Difference. EthosOH.com Small Groups: EthosOH.com/Community ServeColumbus.org

42mins

26 Jul 2021

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How to Create Anti-Fragile Confidence (Part 3) – Brian Johnson

The New Man

Are you focused on what’s important or just trying to put out fires?Do you ever get overwhelmed by all of the ideas in books and podcasts?And what does it mean to be ruthless?Optimize force of nature and CEO Brian Johnson and I catch up after his new venture, Heroic made history by becoming the first company to raise $5 million through crowdfunding. Today, we discuss dealing with pressure, distractions, and developing anti-fragile confidence.FWIW, this conversation took place after I had to reschedule because the 5G vaccine nano-bots hijacked my brain.Let’s dive in.In this interview:When the finish line is really a starting lineDealing with pressureThe importance of a big “why”Finding the sweet spot for your big goalHow do you train a hero?Plus:What’s the game you’re playing?How to deal with doubtDeveloping anti-fragile confidenceDealing with discomfortDoes discomfort mean you’re on the wrong path?And:Self-betrayal and grinding vs self-alignment and gritWhat if the thing that scares you is the thing that will energize you?What’s the question that gets us out of a victim mindset?How do you figure out what to delegate?What does it mean to be ruthless?As well as:Are you reactive or focused?Are you fierce with your focus?Doing what’s right even when you don’t feel like itWhat’s the fastest way to make a big change?Getting stuck between optimizing and maximizinghttps://www.thenewmanpodcast.com/2021/07/brian-johnson-antifragile-confidenceYou don't have to settle. Click here to learn the same mindset principles that Tripp Lanier uses with his coaching clients — including Navy SEALs, executives, and entrepreneurs. The Daily Toolkit is available for immediate download.https://thenewmanpodcast.comMost men will let fear get the best of them. This book is not for most men.This Book Will Make You Dangerous is a swift kick in the ass that will make you laugh out loud. It’s a practical guide to play for what we truly want, to get over ourselves, and have a ton of fun along the way.This Book Will Make You Dangerous is now available at DangerousBookstore.com.http://dangerousbookstore.com

45mins

6 Jul 2021

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EP 104 - Lessons Learned In The Spring Woods w/ Brian Johnson

Apex Fireside

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1hr 32mins

8 Jun 2021

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Brian Johnson, Cal Football Director of Performance

The Performance Podcast | Strength Training, Olympic Weightlifting, Performance, Fitness, Speed | Wil Fleming and Coach Dos

On this episode Coach Dos and I interview Brian Johnson, the director of football performance at Cal Berkley.  Coach Johnson (@_coachbee1) fills us in on his philosophy of training. How he progresses and regresses movements and what it takes to be a successful coach.  We are brought to you by https://1kilo.shop, check out their awesome weightlifting gear. 

37mins

18 May 2021

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Episode #151 Balancing Weight Gain and Continued Speed and Power Improvements with Cal Football's Brian Johnson

Muscles and Management

*SHOW TIMESTAMPS FEATURED AT THE END*In this episode, Cal Football Sports Performance Coach Brian Johnson comes on the show to give his take on building size and adding weight to an athlete without adversely impacting their speed and power output.To start, Brian talks a bit about the process of starting at a new school or with a new organization and the challenges that can come with that. He also touches on his development as a coach and how his own college and pro playing career shaped him as a coach.From there, Brian talks a bit about adapting as a coach when things change and then the conversation turns to adding weight to an athlete's frame while also keeping their speed and power output in mind.All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Episode Timestamps3:20 - Intro for Brian5:51 - Process of Coming to a New Place11:00 - How to Handle Job Opportunities 17:50 - Brian’s Time in the NFL22:30 - Brian’s Development as a Coach34:01 - Adapting as a Coach45:20 - Testing and Using Data53:00 - Workload Management1:00:05 - Final ThoughtsSupport the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)

1hr 4mins

5 May 2021

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Light Hearted ep 117 – Jane Outram & Brian Johnson, Sumburgh Head, Scotland

Light Hearted

Listen to the podcast with this player:The lighthouse at Sumburgh Head, established in 1821, is the oldest lighthouse in the Shetland Islands, a part of Scotland. The light station is on a dramatic promontory at the southern tip of Mainland, Shetland, the largest of the islands and the fifth largest island in the British Isles. It was designed by Robert Stevenson, one of the most prolific and celebrated lighthouse engineers in the world. The tower is 56 feet tall, and the light is about 300 feet, or 91 meters, above the sea. Because Sumburgh Head is exposed to severe weather conditions, the walls of the lighthouse were built twice as thick as usual. Sumburgh Head Light Station. Wikimedia Commons photo by Ronnie Robertson.The station was automated in 1991 and the former keepers’ houses and the other buildings except for the lighthouse tower are now owned by the Shetland Amenity Trust. The Trust has renovated and restored the buildings to create a world-class visitor attraction.Brian Johnson’s connection with Sumburgh Head Lighthouse goes back many years, beginning when he took a position as Supernumerary Assistant Keeper in 1969. Most of Brian’s lighthouse career was spent as a mechanical technician. He refurbished the foghorn at Sumburgh Head, and on special occasions visitors can watch as he expertly starts the diesel engine to sound the foghorn.Brian Johnson (Shetland Amenity Trust)Jane Outram first visited Shetland for three weeks and is still there 18 years later. She initially worked with the archaeological team of the Shetland Amenity Trust. When a position as a guide at Sumburgh Head became available in 2015, she jumped at the opportunity. Then, in 2019, she made the move to the site supervisor position.Jane Outram (Museum of Scottish Lighthouses)Here is the transcript of the interview:JEREMYD’ENTREMONTI'm speaking today with Jane Outram and Brian Johnson, whoare associated with the Sumburgh Head Lighthouse in Shetland, which is part ofScotland. Thanks so much for joining me today, Jane and Brian. I reallyappreciate it.JANE OUTRAMThank you, it’s great to be here.JEREMYFirst of all, can you explain where the Shetland islandsare and where Sumburgh Head is?JANEYes, of course. So Shetland is an archipelago of around100  islands, 15 of which are inhabited.And we are located approximately a hundred miles off the northern tip ofmainland Scotland and due west of Bergen in Norway. And Sumburgh Head is therocky headland at the southern tip of mainland Shetland. This is where theNorth Sea meets the North Atlantic.JEREMYSo how do people get to Shetland from mainland Scotland?JANESo there are two options for getting to Shetland. You cantake an overnight ferry from Aberdeen, which takes between 12 and 14 hours, oryou can fly. And there are several flights every day from Scottish airports,including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness , and Aberdeen.JEREMYOkay. I was reading that the weather conditions atSumburgh Head can be very harsh. So what sort of weather do you get there?JANEWell, really, the weather here is no worse than any exposed headland in Northern Scotland. Lighthouses by their very nature and purpose tend to be situated in very exposed locations. And I'm often surprised that even on a windy day, how sheltered it can feel within the grounds of Sumburgh Head. But overall, it doesn't rain very much in Shetland. And we have mild winters with temperatures between five to ten degrees warmer than other places on the same latitude. And this is down to the influence of the Gulf Stream. That's not to say that we don't get our fair share of wind here. Margaret Anderson, an assistant keeper's wife, told us that she could remember watching her husband, Leslie, on his hands and knees against the strength of the wind, trying to reach the tower. And Tommy Eunson, who was an occasional keeper at Sumburgh Head from 1968,

45mins

2 May 2021

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Master Amazon Advertising For Your Business With Brian Johnson

The Sales Podcast

Find your best CRM for sales for free here.Get all of the notes and links for every episode of The Sales Podcast.Overcome your toughest sales objections with these sales training flashcards.Get a signed copy of Wes's book here.Grow your sales with this on-demand video series, Make Every Sale.Know your sales numbers with this free Sales Calculator.Connect with Wes:TwitterLinkedInInstagramFacebookSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-sales-podcast/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

49mins

29 Apr 2021

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The Ultimate Road Trip with Brian Johnson

The Ultimate Road Trip Podcast

This week's guest fronts the world's biggest rock band - AC/DC's lead singer Brian Johnson is also an authority on cars, and it's a real privilege that he joins me on the Ultimate Road Trip podcast. Along with the the usual 5 URT questions, we talked about his general love of cars and motor racing and how all things automotive have played an important part in his life. There are the TV shows which he's presented over the years, covering both music and cars, and then of course we talked AC/DC, and how the band approached the release of their 17th studio album 'Power Up', despite the pandemic.  Thanks again for listening, please share/follow or subscribe! The five elements that make up the Ultimate Road Trip...1. What's the car - make, model, colour2. Why that car3. Destination......anywhere4. Passenger5. Seminal soundtrack

45mins

17 Mar 2021

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How Do You Deal with Criticism? (Part 2) – Brian Johnson

The New Man

Are you following the herd or taking the lead?What’s driving your chronic dissatisfaction and frustration?And how can rubbing people the wrong way be an indicator that you’re on the right track?Heroic Public Benefit Corporation founder, Brian Johnson returns for part 2 in our series. Today we talk about trolls, anger, and using our deep fear of being misunderstood for a greater good.When we see someone do the extraordinary, most of the time we only see the impressive outcomes while the gritty, uncomfortable, awkward stuff stays in the shadows. This series is a behind the scenes look as Brian undergoes his own hero’s journey to bring Heroic into the world.As a coach, I help people navigate this uncertain, challenging terrain everyday, and my hope is that by witnessing Brian’s ups and downs, we can take away some wisdom for our own journey’s.At the time of this recording, Brian’s raising $11 million to get the ball rolling, and Heroic stands to be the first company in history to raise $5 million through crowdfunding. There’s so much more to his grand vision, and you can learn more by visiting wefunder.com/heroic. In this interview:Why do we criticize people who are more courageous than us?How to tell if you’re playing the victim?How can anger and criticism be used for good?Are you defensive or curious?Can you learn to challenge others without vitriol?Plus:Ken Wilber “No one is 100% wrong.”How to address toxic comments on social media?What kills a democracy?What is Cosmic Rage?How to combat the erosion of common decency?And:What’s beyond attention economics?Why become a Public Benefit Corporation?How do you act in a sacred environment vs social media?What’s the difference between anger and aggression?How to feel more full and satisfied on a daily basis?https://www.thenewmanpodcast.com/2021/03/brian-johnson-heroic-2You don't have to settle. Click here to learn the same mindset principles that Tripp Lanier uses with his coaching clients — including Navy SEALs, executives, and entrepreneurs. The Daily Toolkit is available for immediate download.https://www.thenewmanpodcast.com/Most men will let fear get the best of them. This book is not for most men.This Book Will Make You Dangerous is a swift kick in the ass that will make you laugh out loud. It’s a practical guide to play for what we truly want, to get over ourselves, and have a ton of fun along the way.This Book Will Make You Dangerous is now available at DangerousBookstore.com.https://dangerousbookstore.com

8 Mar 2021

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Episode 387: Brian Johnson, RM, Active LDS, Age 23, Solving Porn

Listen, Learn & Love Hosted by Richard Ostler

My friend Brian bravely shares his journey with pornography which started at age 11 and is now largely solved. Brian shares all he has learned in his journey and the role of Dr. Cameron Staley (Episode 345) and the Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) approach as part of the Life After Pornography Program (check out their website https://www.lifeafterpornography.com/ or their Instagram/Facebook @thelifeafterseries) to finally be in a much better place. If you want to better understand why you use pornography and have more mindful and compassionate tools to resolve it, please listen to this podcast. Also, please listen if you want to help others. You can also check out my October 2020 Ensign article https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/ensign/2020/10/young-adults/7-tips-for-overcoming-pornography-useThank you Brian for bravely sharing your story. It takes the shame out of the equation and allows more to find hope and healing. You are one of my new heroes.

1hr 9mins

4 Mar 2021

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