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.

Tripp Lanier

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Enjoy the Latest Podcasts and Articles Below

A Bold Way to Start a Relationship — Tripp and Alyson Lanier

A Bold Way to Start a Relationship — Tripp and Alyson Lanier

Do you face your challenges alone or do other men have your back?

How does our desire for a plan or vision become a trap?

And what’s the key to making a commitment in relationships?

Alyson and I continue where we left off in the episode entitled, Should You Settle or Blow Up Your Life? Today we talk about making bold moves, the value of a men’s group, and how I almost killed our relationship by acting like a nice guy.

In this interview:

Outgrowing a split lifestyle

Starting Tripp’s first men’s group

The Way of the Superior Man by David Deida

A bold way to start a relationship

Plus:

Moving from discomfort into aliveness

When trying not to screw it up starts to screw it up

Wanting the truth vs comfort

Making a smart commitment

Waiting for the perfect plan is a trap

You don’t have to settle. Click here to learn the same mindset principles that Tripp Lanier uses with his coaching clients — including Navy SEALs, executives, and entrepreneurs. The Daily Toolkit is available for immediate download.

https://thenewmanpodcast.com/

From Imposter Syndrome to Being Unf—kwithable — Ash Ambirge

From Imposter Syndrome to Being Unf—kwithable — Ash Ambirge

Have you ever suffered from “imposter syndrome”?

Are you okay with simply chasing money or do you want your work to be meaningful, too?

And how often do you tell yourself, “I will figure this out”?

Today, The Middle Finger Project author Ash Ambirge is here to discuss how she went from growing up in a trailer park to middle class success to sleeping in a K-Mart parking lot with only $26 to her name to eventually making seven figures.

In this interview:

Growing up in a trailer park

Being mentally tough

Being willing to rock the boat

Striving for middle class

Why becoming “normal” was so disappointing

Plus:

Dealing with imposter syndrome

The feeling of “I don’t know what I’m supposed to do next.”

Doing work you’re proud of

Wanting our work to align with our values

Feeling guilty for wanting more out of life

And:

Ash’s “sleeping in a K-Mart parking lot” story

“I will figure it out.”

The key to being “Unf*ckwithable”

The trouble of not having your own money

Learning how to provide value

You don’t have to settle. Click here to learn the same mindset principles that Tripp Lanier uses with his coaching clients — including Navy SEALs, executives, and entrepreneurs. The Daily Toolkit is available for immediate download.

https://thenewmanpodcast.com/

Should You Settle or Blow Up Your Life? — Tripp and Alyson Lanier

Should You Settle or Blow Up Your Life? — Tripp and Alyson Lanier

Do you feel guilty for wanting more out of life?

Is it possible to outgrow your current profession or relationship?

And would you have to blow up everything you care about in order to make a big change?

Today my wife Alyson and I pick up where we left off in the previous episode entitled, The Emotionally Constipated Control Freak. In this conversation we explore taking responsibility for what we want, the seduction of settling, and the one question that kicked me in the gut.

In this interview:

Living a split life

“Stop being a spoiled brat.”

Focusing on problems vs solutions

Feeling guilty for wanting more out of life

Plus:

Have you outgrown your life?

The Drama Triangle – Victim, Persecutor, Rescuer

Shifting from bitching to focusing on what you want

Are you defensive or curious?

The fear of being broke and alone

And:

“Do you feel like you’re settling?”

The myth: “I have to blow up my life in order to make a change.”

Are you being lulled to sleep?

Waiting for the perfect, safe plan

The phone call that changed Tripp’s life

Interviews and videos discussed:

David Emerald interview

Drama Triangle video

You don’t have to settle. Click here to learn the same mindset principles that Tripp Lanier uses with his coaching clients — including Navy SEALs, executives, and entrepreneurs. The Daily Toolkit is available for immediate download.

https://thenewmanpodcast.com/

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