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Episode 001 - Dr Eric Meyer

“If you have doubt, if you’re depressed, if you’re uncertain—start by helping someone else. A person will find empowerment through that.” - Eric Meyer

Every challenge is both mental and physical.

Trying to separate the two is a fool’s errand. Anxiety at work calls for deep breaths and slowing the heart down. And a good workout requires muting the voices of doubt saying, “It’s time to go home.”

The people who constantly put themselves in these challenging circumstances grow by learning to deal with these voices on a regular basis.

That’s why on today’s episode of the Life Uncharted Podcast, we are joined by Dr. Eric Meyer. Anesthesiologist by trade here in the United States, Eric found a new patient population by serving farm and mountain populations overseas. A doctor, climber, and high-altitude medical specialist—he has summited Mount Everest two times and was part of an infamous expedition at K2 that resulted in one of the deadliest days in mountaineering history. But had Eric not been there, the day would have been far deadlier.

Tune in to this episode to hear Eric’s story—how he has climbed the infamous K2, what he thinks is most important for young people, and why we should embrace the areas outside our comfort zone.

 

Episode 002 - Julian Carr

"I go through this process of getting to 100%. And when I do, not a single cell in my body doesn’t know because I’ve already pre-lived and pre-visualized it.” - Julian Carr

 

Our fears can take control of us.

Just when we think we’re capable of handling anything that comes our way, a bubbling anxiety will grab the steering wheel of our mainframe and send the inner monologue into a spiral.

But that’s because we don’t make an effort to shift the focus. That fear snowballing can be shifted and shaped by driving it into the places of critical thought. This type of mindfulness is easier said than done.

That’s why on today’s episode of the Life Uncharted Podcast, we are joined by Julian Carr. Julian is a pro skier, the CEO and Founder of Discrete Clothing, and recently launched the Cirque Trailrunning Series. Tune in to this discussion to learn how he focuses his energy, stays productive and healthy, and what the future holds for this madman.


 

Episode 003 - Lonnie Mayne

“Leadership is getting people to believe in something they can’t see.” - Lonnie Mayne

A leader must know how to follow.

While this might sound counterintuitive, it is the secret to success. When the person at the top entrusts those below him/her to make the right decisions, the collective whole feels empowered to do their best work.

But many companies today don’t follow this recipe. They infuse fear into the company culture as a cheap way to make people do their work. While the tasks may be getting accomplished, this compression actually stunts innovation.

On today’s episode of the Life Uncharted Podcast, we are joined by Lonnie Mayne. Lonnie is the CEO of Red Shoes Living, a team of leaders who has helped businesses grow 817% over the last few years by creating a culture focused on making a positive impact in the world. As an internationally recognized speaker, Lonnie shares his expertise on standing out in the way you live, the way you interact with people, and your overall contribution in the world.  

Tune in to this conversation to hear the key components of his philosophy, the most frequent mistakes he comes across, and what it was like having Andre The Giant come over for dinner as a young child.


 

Episode 004 - Travis Haley

I don't believe you can actually teach somebody anything. I believe you can only share a pathway to a door that somebody has to open themselves if they want to." - Travis Haley

Planning for the future doesn’t necessarily mean a better future.

Whether it’s writing out notes before a meeting or detailing an itinerary before a trip, our tendency to try to plan the future is often a futile effort. The reasons for this are twofold: we run into obstacles that shift what we thought would happen and over preparation can take us out of the moment.

That’s why on today’s episode of the Life Uncharted Podcast, we are joined by veteran Force Reconnaissance Marine, Travis Haley, to discuss his resourcefulness. Travis has served combat tours in Middle East, Africa and Central Asia, and in this conversation, we dive deep into how he is able to stay present in such high-pressure moments.

 

Tune in to this conversation to learn more about Travis’ story and how to apply his models and frameworks into your day-to-day life.
 

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