“I love the idea of someone looking out their window at 5am during a snowstorm to see me on mile 10.”
Myles Biggs returns to talk about how he continues to push the boundaries of his potential and put the principles of “Unseen Work” to use.
Myles Biggs is a lot of things…an author, storyteller, marketer, coach, father, podcaster. But the thing that stands out to me over the past 5 years of knowing Myles, is his incredible ability to commit to something (a habit, a physical challenge, cutting out cookies) and take consistent action over time to make it a reality – something most people struggle with.
How often do you set a goal or commit to a new habit only to quit a few days later? It’s all about small daily actions that lead to bigger things over time.
If you’re a fan of David Goggins, long distance running, or find yourself short on discipline, this episode is for you.
“I’ve chosen to do all of these hard things, which makes it that much easier to handle the hard things that I don’t get to choose.“
Some of what we discuss:
- Having something to train for vs. working out because you should
- Consistency, discipline, habits, self-control
- Test, learn, grow (a simple framework for decisions)
- Being results oriented
- Overcoming mental chatter & becoming a doer
- Using AI to help you hire talent
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