David Goggins Former Navy Seal & Author of Huge Book 'Cant Hurt Me’ [Business, m
‘I come from hell, I had to persevere through a lot, I got judged growing up so all I want to truly do for people is be for the fucking underdog’ From ultra-marathons to Guinness world records, David Goggins is considered to be among the world’s best ultra-endurance athletes. In this raw and real interview, he discusses with Rob his journey and the reasons why he continues to push himself every day. Listen in to find out how you could tap into your power and change your life. KEY TAKEAWAYS Anyone can be who they want to be if they are prepared to find their purpose and the power within them. How does someone listening get more committed, achieve more success? Finding your purpose can be a challenge because there is too much noise in the world. It’s vital to be quiet in your mind and look for the truth about yourself and your purpose. Every day is a battle because your mind wants to choose the path of least resistance. I choose the battle because I don’t want to be ordinary. It’s overcoming yourself at all costs whatever that takes. It’s about being at a point in your life where you don’t care about being judged. You know yourself; you’ve put yourself through hell and walked the walk to be where you are. Once you can recognise all these bad experiences are the ultimate training ground for life, you start looking at your past very differently. What do you do it get in control of things? I do lots of visualisation and self-talk. I know I have the ability now to go to a place that is hyper-focused and accomplish some amazing feats because I allowed my mind to be open to the possibilities of what I can achieve. What is failure for you? It is something you should be afraid of and that’s why you should out and challenging yourself to fail. If you are not failing at something it means you’ve set your goals to succeed and they are not set high enough for growth and achievement. I knew going into all the challenges I have taken that was there a high possibility of failing, it took me several attempts to achieve and it was failing that drove me to ultimately succeed. Without failure you don’t accomplish anything, you are looking for those seconds and the feeling when you finally work out how to succeed at the challenge facing you. Most of us fail in life because we are worried about what everyone else is thinking, we live by the narrative of other people. You’ve commercialised very well, how have you managed to pivot into business? I’m not about money, you have to first be authentic and know what your brand is, everything I do and say is authentic to me. When you truly want to help someone out that’s when you have a business. Your business is when you have a good product that helps others. My business is true to who I am, I’m here to help you. BEST MOMENTS ‘How I grew up was the ultimate training ground for my mentality’ ‘You are allowing other people to shackle your mind’ ‘I realised that once I started talking to myself in the right way I was in control’ ‘We don’t do those things we are not good at, but we have to own both our strengths and weaknesses’ ‘Everyone has a power within them, but many are mediocre everyday’ [Business, mindset, entrepreneur, disruptors] VALUABLE RESOURCES Can't Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds book by David Goggins https://davidgoggins.com/ https://www.instagram.com/davidgoggins/ https://www.facebook.com/iamdavidgoggins https://robmoore.com/ bit.ly/Robsupporter https://robmoore.com/podbooks rob.team ABOUT THE HOST Rob Moore is an author of 9 business books, 5 UK bestsellers, holds 3 world records for public speaking, entrepreneur, property investor, and property educator. Author of the global bestseller “Life Leverage” Host of UK’s No.1 business podcast “Disruptors” “If you don't risk anything, you risk everything” CONTACT METHOD Rob’s official website: https://robmoore.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robmooreprogressive/?ref=br_rs LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robmoore1979disruptive, disruptors, entreprenuer, business, social media, marketing, money, growth, scale, scale up, risk, property: http://www.robmoore.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
An accomplished endurance athlete, Goggins has completed over 60 ultra-marathons, triathlons, and ultra-triathlons, setting new course records and regularly placing in the top five. He once held the Guinness World Record for pull-ups completing 4,030 in 17 hours, and he’s a sought after public speaker.
Between the training and three attempts, Goggins did more than 67,000 pull-ups in nine months. But more than his physical endurance Goggins showcased the power of repetition. He tried three times to accomplish this goal Learning from each attempt Never accepting he couldn’t meet the challenge Not listening to the negative comments - that he didn’t have the physical strength to do it Four pull-ups an hour doesn’t seem like much. Over time, it becomes increasingly more challenging to the muscles, but increasingly more empowering to the mind.Small numbers grow through consistent repetition. Small numbers are boring and don’t seem useful in the grand scheme. But small numbers are a necessary step before getting to the large numbers.“You have to callus your mind to overcome your doubts and failures and keep moving forward.” - David Goggins ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
DAVID GOGGINS IS THE BEST MOTIVATOR | EP. 015 | Shakin' It Podcast | FT. @hennyhao
Shakin' It Podcast
In this episode, Gilleon, Solomon, and Henry go and talk about why DJ's are shakin' it, weed brownies at band class and how marijuana effects a person, and motivation to get back to a better place and be better. (Like how Henry ran his first marathon).
#23 - The Life You Create, Gratitude, and David Goggins
In today’s episode Smitty and OB are excited to announce their first sponsor, The Cold Plunge. They are offering listeners of Becoming Ronin $150 off their first Cold Plunge purchase. The discount link: https://plunge.pxf.io/qnXvLN Smitty then dives into a story that he’s never talked about in regard to being unhappy and the lightbulb moment that snapped him out of it. The guys talk about, 'The Life You Create,' and the importance of using gratitude every single day. Smitty talks about Ronin Challenges and using David Goggins as his inspiration - even though Goggins would NOT approve. Finally, the guys talk about one of the most important factors in growing and being inspired. *For a full list of show notes, timestamps & important links from this episode visit: Becoming Ronin Podcast TIMESTAMPS [0:00] Exclusive Discount on Plunge Tanks [5:30] How to artificially induce stress to live a better life [9:10] How Smitty harnesses David Goggins advice when training [12:00] The importance of taking small steps to improve your physical performance [15:09] How to achieve your goals easier with gratitude [22:30] What does it meant to truly be happier? [25:00] Gaining control of your life, empowers you to help others [28:00] The Life I Created for Myself [31:40] Smitty’s best piece of advice for turning it all around [37:35] What you don’t control, you endure [40:35] The biggest parenting fail [42:35] How to become a “luckier” person [45:10] Allowing yourself to be inspired kills the ego RESOURCES: The Cold Plunge ($150 OFF!)
Our guest today needs no introduction. Tune in to hear David Giggins sit down with Dr. Mark Costes in this episode of The Dentalpreneur Podcast. EPISODE RESOURCES http://www.truedentalsuccess.com Dental Success Network Subscribe to The Dentalpreneur Podcast Visit the Dentalpreneur Podcast website Write a Review on iTunes
If You Feel LOST, LAZY & UNMOTIVATED In Life, WATCH THIS! | David Goggins
Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
When it comes to mental toughness, discipline, and being hardcore like no other, very few people can stand with absolute confidence. By now, you’ve realized how hard life is. Maybe your future didn’t work out the way you and your family expected. Maybe you’re convinced the world you grew up in is hostile, dark and heartless towards someone like you. Living with a victim mindset isn’t going to change your situation. Learning how to meet yourself where you are and stare at your inadequacies with total and radical honesty may be the most difficult thing you ever do, but perhaps it’s the only way out of the messed up life you’re living now.David Goggins, former Navy Seal, ultra marathon runner, athlete and total badass knows what it takes to build a level of mental toughness very few people truly know about. His radical approach to building himself from an overweight “nobody” to one of the toughest people alive makes many people uncomfortable, but inspires the heck out of many more. If you’re looking to break out of a mindset that’s keeping you stuck, save this episode and listen to it over againSHOW NOTES:0:00 | Introduction0:20 | Face Your Darkness & Master It6:57 | Taking Souls Not the Easy Route14:12 | The Accountability Mirror23:40 | Testing Your Mediocrity34:45 | Find Yourself In the Insecurities43:50 | Look Into Your Cookie Jar1:08:26 | Train Your MindsetQUOTES:“If you think that I’m some unhappy guy you’re wrong. Having lived the life I’ve lived, and seen the other side, not being afraid to attack what was in front of me has made me happy.” [0:46]“If I don’t give you all of me, why the hell am I here? [...] People take so much offense to me. You will never learn from people if we always tap dance around the truth.” [5:48]“I want to be the very best, and the very best may not be ‘I’m number one.’ The very best is, did I leave everything inside of me out there, [...] I’m running against myself in everything I do. [13:43]“I got to experience the beauty of true f*cking will power, true f*ck you, I’m going to fail, I’m going to f*cking fail, I’m going to f*cking fail, I’m going to f*cking fail, and I will succeed.” [20:41]“I chose the path of most resistance, talent not required.” [21:48]“You gain knowledge through suffering, and on the other end of suffering is a world that very few have ever seen. It’s a beautiful world cause that’s where you find yourself.” [26:21]“All the energy and fuel you need is right in yourself. It’s all there. You got a lot of stuff to do to overcome [...] I found drive in my own insecurities.” [33:56]“When you can find drive in your own doubt, fear, insecurities, you become very unstoppable.” [34:15]“Even though I was standing erect, my mind was in a fetal position.” [42:09]“I had to build calluses in my brain the same way I built calluses on my hands.” [47:24]“The only you’re going to ever get to the other side of this journey is you have got to suffer to grow. To grow you must suffer.” [50:48]“In times of suffering we forget how hard we really are cause [...] suffer is the true test of life.” [1:06:18]Follow David Goggins:Website: https://davidgoggins.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/davidgoggins Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidgoggins/
Behind the Scenes of David Goggins 4x4x48 Mental Toughness Challenge
Mind Over Matter: Podcast
Episode 417 - In today's podcast, my friend Andy Schneider joined me to share our behind the scenes experience of running the 4x4x48 challenge. In this physical feat, you have to run 4 miles every 4 hours for 48 hours. Learn how we persevered and proved - that mindset is everything! 💥 https://heatherhakes.com/ 🤯 Learn how to Reprogram Your Mind: https://heatherhakes.com/ 📝 Mindset + Manifesting Course: https://heatherhakes.com/course/ 💯 1:1 Coaching: https://heatherhakes.com/coaching/ 📚 Read my book: https://heatherhakes.com/book/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heather-hakes/support
43 | David Goggins 4x4x48 Challenge! My Journey to 48 Miles in 48 Hours as a Mom of 2 Little Boys: Training, Setbacks, and DOING THE DANG THING!
The Tough Love Mom Podcast - Postpartum Weight Loss, Postpartum Fitness, Breastfeeding and Weight Loss, Postpartum Journey
Recently I took on the David Goggins 4x4x48 Challenge. That means this average, non-ultrarunning mama ran 4 miles every 4 hours for 48 hours! (That comes out to 48 miles in 48 hours, still can't wrap my mind around that!) Part of the reason I take on hard things like this is because it allows me to realize that my limits go way further than my mind tells me. The other part of the reason is you. I don't want you underestimating what you're capable of forever, so if seeing or hearing my journey through this spurs YOU on to test your limits and challenge what YOU think you're capable of, mission accomplished. This episode is unlike anything I've done before because before and after each 4 mile leg throughout the challenge I recorded a little voice memo so you could get an inside look at how I was feeling, what I was thinking, and how I faced and overcame some crazy roadblocks during those 48 hours. There were a LOT of takeaways I share after the fact, so stay tuned for those because golly if they don't apply to the postpartum fitness journey, I don't know what will! ENJOY — the good, the bad, the ugly... AND the crazy! Join the Tough Love Mom Squad on FB!!: https://bit.ly/toughlovemomsquad Instagram: @mrslizhenderson Connect: email@example.com Wanna work together, friend?! Here to help you get disciplined and lose weight! ＞＞ Fitness & Nutrition Tools for Sustainable Postpartum Weight Loss: If you‘re struggling to find a fitness & nutrition plan that‘s will fit your nonstop schedule and not leave you feeling hungry all the time, get access tot he tools that I personally used to lose 90 pounds with my first & 60 with my second! https://forms.gle/Mpy4HDgm4KRVXTUbA ＞＞Private Coaching Sessions: Already know nutrition and have workouts you know you like, but can‘t seem to lose weight, get control of your schedule, create routine, or manage your mindset? Or community just not your thing, but you still need help? Let‘s grab a 1 hour session and map that out. Snag a private coaching package! https://bit.ly/unstuckcoachingsession
4x4x48 Challenge: Everything you need to know to do this David Goggins Challenge
Any Given Runday
In this episode of the Any Given Runday Podcast, Seán talks about his preparation for the 4x4x48 Challenge (Running 4 miles, every 4 hours for 48 hours) as well as how he got on in the challenge and advice he would have for anyone doing it