Questions To Ask Yourself with Tripp Lanier

With over 15 years of coaching busy, high-achievers, Tripp Lanier shows how to stay present and be guided by your internal direction.

Tripp Lanier is a professional coach, author of This Book Will Make You Dangerous: The Irreverent Guide for Men Who Refuse to Settle, and host of The New Man Podcast. I loved interviewing Tripp as he’s an honest guy who asks thought-provoking questions. 

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Since 2005, Tripp has spent thousands of hours coaching people all around the world to get out of the rat race, become an authority in their field, and make a great living doing the work they were put on this earth to do. 

As entrepreneurs, it’s easy to get trapped in the hustle cycle. This episode will help release you from this trap and focus on what really matters to give you that ‘aliveness’. Tune in as we discuss issues with saying ‘no’, setting dangerous missions, unfulfilling vision boards, and reading old journal entries.

Talking Points
  • The correlation between being dangerous and being productive (0:51)
  • Managing uncertainty (3:58)
  • The comparison game (8:10)
  • How to identity what really matters to you (11:39)
  • Dealing with resistance (23:44)
  • The relationship between finality and productivity (25:53)
  • Creating missions as experiments (28:17)
  • Four questions to ask yourself at the beginning of your day (33:58)

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"A high-performing sheep is still a sheep."

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