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Have you ever done something totally crazy? Something that stretched your imagination, challenged your expectations, and pushed you to physical lengths you never thought possible?
Jesse Itzler did all those things, and he joins us today to talk about the wild ride of hiring a real-deal, bad-to-the-bone navy seal to whip him into a kind of physical and emotional shape he could never have predicted for himself.
Jesse owns NBA’s Atlanta Hawks, pioneered the coconut water craze, and runs more miles than gas can drive a car. He’s a machine, he’s a madman, and he’s here to get you inspired to just…keep…going….
Tune in for an amazing adventure of will, determination, and ambition. You won’t want to miss it!
In this episode, you will…
- Get insights on pushing yourself beyond everything you thought possible
- Learn that when your brain says, “Done,” you’ve still got 60% left
- Hear how to do so much more than you have been doing
- Realize it’s possible to forge mental toughness
- Discover how to get comfortable in discomfort
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00:00 – 01:25 Teaser
01:25 – 01:38 Ed O’Keefe Show Introduction
01:38 – 04:26 Episode Introduction
04:26 – 06:20 Jesse Itzler and his book
06:20 – 09:57 Race experience & meeting David Goggins (SEAL)
09:57 – 12:26 Convincing David to live with him
12:26 – 14:34 Sara’s reaction with Jesse inviting a SEAL to live with them
14:34 – 18:41 David (SEAL) moving in with Jesse’s family
18:41 – 20:58 Mental Toughness and Awareness
20:58 – 24:34 Pushing the limits, being capable of doing so much more
24:34 – 26:05 Workouts
26:05 – 30:03 The most fun workouts
30:03 – 33:00 Kevin Garnett bonding with David (SEAL)
33:00 – 36:00 Going a business meeting with David (SEAL)
36:00 – 40:57 Skinhead Story
40:57 – 42:46 Ed’s black-belt friend (Lloyd Irving)
42:46 – 45:40 David’s level of security
|45:40 – 47:44 Jesse’s Advice to David
47:44 – 55:26 Jesse’s Career, Super Power, and Network
55:26 – 58:16 Jesse’s Go NY Go
58:16 – 59:23 Any influence that Mark Cuban had on Jesse
59:23 – 60:17 Being a part owner of the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks
01:00:17 – 01:05:44 Hell on The Hill Event and #2016OfEverything
01:05:44 – 01:06:46 Ending Remarks
01:06:46 – 01:10:50 Invitation on Time Collapsing Mega Conference
01:10:50 – 01:11:20 Ed O’Keefe Show Outro
01:11:20 – 01:12:12 Thank you from Ed
01:58 Marquis Jet
02:02 Warren Buffet
03:43 David Goggins
03:45 Sara Blakely
30:11 Kevin Garnett
42:22 Lloyd Irvin
46:25 American Sniper
58:30 Mark Cuban
1:06:02 Lewis Howes
1:08:11 Roland Frasier
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