If you’ve ever wanted to get better at, well, anything…you’ll love this conversation about the inspiration behind Bryan’s new book, Make the Leap.
“A leap… is something that you can build systematically into your improvement cycle and your expectations.”—Bryan Green
In a results-focused world, we can sometimes lose sight of the powerful processes that impact our goals, and shape who we become along the way.
If you’ve ever wanted to get better at, well, anything…you’ll love this conversation about Bryan’s recently published book, Make the Leap: Think Better, Train Better, Run Faster
From feedback loops to the concepts of engagement, hidden training programs, and everything in-between, Bryan and Jon go into several of the strategies that, when applied, can improve the journey of anyone striving to Go Be More.
(2:08) Finding value and feeling the impact of social media efforts…
(7:34) Achieving a milestone and the meaning of “Make the Leap”…
(10:29) Jon’s personal leap…
(14:46) “…it all starts in our heads.” The truths behind the subtitle “Think Better, Train Better, Run Faster”
(17:14) How a Learning Theory class changed an approach to running…
(20:26) What was the motivation behind writing a book? And what was the experience like?
(24:40) Making the shift from finishing the book to selling the book… and where was the actual starting line? (A peek into one of Bryan’s leaps.)
(29:00) Feedback loops, leap cycles, optimal training principles, and many other aspects to thinking more productively…
(34:37) Why feedback loops generate leaps…
(37:22) Applying quality, recovery, and consistency to feedback loops—Jon’s experience.
(43:32) The leaps may be similar but the details are different.
(44:20) What’s a leap cycle?
(46:36) “But I don’t think that this is necessarily applicable solely to running, even though it’s extremely helpful for anybody that’s trying to improve as a runner.”
(48:46) The impact of feedback loops on social media…
(50:36) Comparing next steps and North Star goals…
(53:58) Action steps to getting the most from the book…
Recorded January 22, 2021.
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