We have a warrior on the podcast today…..as you all know I am working my way down the alphabet and got stuck at the word wimp. Sam Morris is a keynote speaker, inspirational leader and creator of Zen Warrior Training. I am stoked to have Sam on the show. Welcome to the Nice Guys on Business podcast Sam!
Before we get into the meat of this episode Sam, lemme read this “One fateful night in 1999, my sense of wholeness was gone in a split second. Just a moment before, I was having the time of my life. Talk about that night.
You spend a mess of time on your blog talking about the Should Police. Help me identify them for a moment.
I love your “other half must die” philosophy, meaning your partner or anyone else for that matter complete you. Can we talk about that for a sec?
Tell the nice guy community why you are what you think you are? Age is just a number, your welfare is what you make of it and stop giving a fuck what other people think. Is that your attitude or is that that attitude of everyone that’s a winner?
Tell our community ok….tell our funknfans what they can do starting right now to change their life…even before they stop listening to this episode.
Mind and body…we all have those two things. What holds most of us back from getting maximum productivity and output from them.
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