It’s Okay. You Don’t Have to Settle.
Learn the Small Steps That Make Big Changes.
The Daily Toolkit teaches you the bare minimum practices and mindset tweaks Tripp uses to coach Navy SEALs, business owners, and other coaches. It’s now available in a free, very short ebook (or audiobook).
What You’ll Learn:
How to develop clarity and direction so that you don’t spin your wheels.
How to kill “busy-ness” so that you can be more effective by doing less.
How to access your inner-visionary and manage your day effectively so that you do what needs to be done.
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People hire me initially for results – to make great money doing what they were put on this Earth to do. That’s why they write the check.
Along the way we create something far more powerful. Their lives are no longer a rollercoaster of pressure, striving, and self-criticism. They’re no longer dragged around by the fear, bullshit, and drama that drowns so many others.
And that’s priceless.
Watch Videos Featuring Tripp Lanier
Enjoy the Latest Podcasts and Articles Below
Tripp Lanier discusses facing our fears of failure and criticism. Here are a few brief lessons learned from legendary Rush drummer, Neil Peart about living life on your own terms.
As someone who makes a living coaching others to accomplish goals, Tripp discusses how our goals can become a trap. Plus: Glorifying busy-ness, how our mindless pursuit “more” is lazy, and why our need to prove that we’re not a failure is making us weak.
In this interview:
The trap of proving we’re not a failure
Why protecting, pleasing, and proving kills our peace of mind
Trying to carry 6 gallons in a 5 gallon bucket
The shadow side of goals
Having a great life that’s unfulfilling
The difference between comfort and peace
Using your emotions as information
After coaching successful men for over 15 years, Tripp boils down what kills our freedom, aliveness, and peace of mind. Does success really mean we’re stronger? How can we get off the hamster wheel of “more, more, more”? And what would it mean to define success and strength on your own terms?