Happy New Year everyone! It’s 2019, the weather’s warm on the east coast, and there’s opportunity in the air.
For the avid Suiting Up Podcast listeners, you may recall me teasing a final, year-end highlight show – publishing my favorite moments from the guests of 2018.
Here it is.
We decided to take this to another level by synchronizing themes. On today's episode, you'll hear from folks like Steve Nash, Christian Fuchs, and Kyle Harrison on work ethic; then Jay Dyer and Mike Levine on specific working habits; then Erika Nardini and Adam Grant on soft skill and personal development; as well as true wealth and career fulfillment from Tony Robbins.
I found -- with the help of my Chief of Staff, Andrew Manning -- that these moments are not only incredibly retrospective, but can provide us with a jumpstart to the new year. Let's get to work.
Suiting Up Podcast is a show that explores the psychology, playbook of tools, and strategies of the most influential people in sports, entrepreneurship, and entertainment.
|3:35||Steve Nash - What Defined Steve Nash As A Player|
|7:15||Christian Fuchs - Developing Work Ethic|
|12:15||Jay Dyer - What Traits Does a High Performing Athlete Exhibit?|
|19:30||Kyle Harrison - How Kyle Continued to Improve|
|23:35||Mike Levine - Why Vino Loves Sales|
|28:05||Erika Nardini - Developing Soft Skills In Younger People|
|33:05||Tiki Barber - Defining success|
|38:40||Tony Robbins - Defining True Wealth|
|42:45||Adam Grant - Being a Giver That Has a Successful Career|
|45:50||Rich Antoniello - The Importance of When|
|48:00||Rob Pannell - Reliving the final seconds of the gold medal game|