part 2: the limitless human – joe de sena

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By Wesley Chapman the Founder of A HUMAN PROJECT and Ryan Andrews: Talking hard hitting real issues to start a human conversation. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
after interviewing the incredible joe de sena from spartan race in our last episode, wes and ryan wanted to chat a little longer about the amazing examples from joe, so we're back for some more on what it means to be limitless! links to check out: spartan race homepage spartan up podcast spartan death race learn how to do burpees from joe A HUMAN PROJECT podcast on the power behind words secret life of walter mitty with ben stiller A HUMAN PROJECT podcast on prioritizing and making time A HUMAN PROJECT podcast on breaking the internet and superficial role models A HUMAN PROJECT podcast on easy steps to build a strong marriage joe de sena's spartan up! book modules from superhuman.life other interesting links & references from natalie "if at first you don't succeed..." we all know that we're suppose to try and maybe even try again in order to achieve our goal. according to the scots, robert the bruce coined that phrase while hiding out in a cave from the english. feeling pretty down and miserable (he was in a cave, after all), he noticed a spider trying to spin a web in the corner. it kept falling, but continued to get back up and push on until the web was complete. this motivated robert the bruce to not give up and try, try again until he successfully held the scottish throne. regardless of where or what motivated the concept of not giving up, it takes a lot of courage to succeed in something, just as the cowardly lion states in wizard of oz. a friend of mine recently posted on social media about a lesson she learned from her daughter jumping off the couch with a little engine that could mentality, pep talking her way to successfully reaching her goal as she shifted her thoughts from "i think so" to "i can." it can all start with daily affirmations like this! this is natalie martin. we can do it!

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