The You Project Podcast

The You Project Podcast is a 30-90 minute dose of inspiration and education hosted by Craig with great stories, ideas, strategies and lessons from high-performers in sport, business, science, media and health.

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LATEST EPISODES

#276: Coaching Humans

Lisa Alexander is one of the winningest coaches in Australian Sport and after nine years at the helm of our national netball team (the Diamonds 2011-2020), Lisa walked away with a winning record of eighty-one percent. In this episode of TYP, we talk about the evolution of coaching (in all areas.. sport, business, health, life), what it takes to get the best out of people and why being a successful coach in any domain is largely about awareness, empathy, emotional intelligence, psychology and communication. Enjoy.

#275: Lies, Taboo and Bullsh*t

Marketing genius, thought leader, story teller and straight-shooter Simon Hammond is back to chat with us about the key themes and messages in his new book.. Brutal Truth: Surviving in a world of Lies, Taboos and Bullsh*t. At first glance (listen), some of his ideas might seem somewhat controversial (brutal, even) but be patient because when he eloquently explains why inequality is not the same as discrimination (among many other interesting ideas), it becomes apparent that, while he sounds like a hard-arse, he’s actually someone who cares about deeply about people on a micro (individual) and macro (societal) level. This was a good chat.

50Crates.com.au

#274: Menopause, Man-opause and Middle-Age

Exercise Physiologist, Educator and all-round Grouse Chick, Unna Goldsworthy is back and this time, hormones, emotions, exercise, hot flushes, body composition, lifestyle, grieving through Menopause and something called ‘Meno-spread’ (good grief!) are on the conversational menu. Enjoy.

 

#273: Managing in the Mayhem (a workshop)

A few weeks ago, I decided to run a free workshop for people who were hurting and struggling and for those needing a little inspiration, encouragement and support. The first one booked out in two hours (1,000 people), so we ended up running three workshops over three weeks. This episode of TYP is the audio from our second session and it runs for nearly an hour and a half. We cover lots of territory, ranging from the cognitive, emotional, physical and practical, through to the philosophical, existential and spiritual. If you’ve heard me speak often, feel free to give it a miss, although revision, reminders and reinforcement never hurt. Love ya guts.

#272: Laughter, Bare Feet and Slumpy Posture

This was one of the funniest chats I’ve had on TYP with a great Mate, who also happens to be one of the most down-to-earth, intuitively intelligent and gifted practitioners I know. He’s also highly inappropriate, swears like me and seems to have no apparent filter. Perfect. OD (Ian O’Dwyer) is back and this time we explore the mental, emotional and physical health benefits of fun, laughter and play, we discuss the way emotion ‘lives’ in our body and we also talk about slumpy posture (kyphosis), biofeedback, having hard (but necessary) conversations, life in lockdown, self-experimentation, finding our optimal operating system and self-awareness. So not much at all, really. Enjoy.

feelsoma.com

#271: Lessons from Failure

Among other things, this is an episode about my numerous failures and f*ck-ups and how those things became lessons, opportunities, growth experiences, resilience builders and motivation to do better. It’s also a broader conversation about the ‘psychology of failure’. That is, the way we think about it, talk about it, process it, understand it and sometimes, turn simple ‘outcomes’ into catastrophic failures.

#270: Dealing with the Uns (part 2)

Through no fault, choice or desire of our own, most of us are currently dealing with all things ‘UN’… uncertain, unpredictable, unfamiliar, unwanted, unknown, uncomfortable, unhappy. Which is both interesting and challenging because we humans like the opposite of all those things. We like predictable, known, familiar, comfortable and happy, which is why right now, a significant increase in anxiety, depression, sadness, fear and a myriad of related mental health issues are telling us that, for many people, Covid is as much (if not more) a psychological, emotional, sociological and economic threat as it is, a biological one. TYP Fave Anna Feringa is back with Craig to go deep on the Uns. 

annaferinga.com.au

#269: Dealing with the Uns (part 1)

Through no fault, choice or desire of our own, most of us are currently dealing with all things ‘UN’… uncertain, unpredictable, unfamiliar, unwanted, unknown, uncomfortable, unhappy. Which is both interesting and challenging because we humans like the opposite of all those things. We like predictable, known, familiar, comfortable and happy, which is why right now, a significant increase in anxiety, depression, sadness, fear and a myriad of related mental health issues are telling us that, for many people, Covid is as much (if not more) a psychological, emotional, sociological and economic threat as it is, a biological one. TYP Fave Anna Feringa is back with Craig to go deep on the Uns. 

annaferinga.com.au

#268: Body Transformation Programs

In this episode of TYP, I discuss the Pros and Cons (yes, there are both) of body transformation programs. And while it might seem like a singular focus on a singular topic, it’s actually a much bigger (and broadly relevant) conversation about everything from consistency, mindset, temporary behaviours, expectations, self-sabotage, why people fail and post-program bingeing to subconscious programming, organisation, goal-setting, accountability and (of course), creating lasting transformation. 

#267: Bodyweight, Body-fat and Body Composition

Depending on the assessment tool, my body can be classified anywhere on the continuum from borderline obese (height-weight chart, BMI) to very lean (body composition analysis). No wonder people get frustrated and confused. *Note: Apologies for the audio quality in this episode. Few challenges in lockdown recording conversations over the ol’ interwebs.

#266: The Slippery Slope of Addiction

I was recently interviewed by Jack Nagle on his Podcast ‘Real Drug Talk’ and I think this is a conversation that many people will find interesting. Jack and I first met working at DayHab (our major sponsor); the one-time teenage ice addict and the boofhead Exercise Scientist. Among other things, Jack questions me about my thoughts and experiences around all kinds of addictive and obsessive behaviours, working with addicts, the ‘less-conventional’ addictions, my somewhat obsessive and addictive personality (I used to run 365 days a year, even when I was injured or sick) and the bullet I may have dodged by not picking up a beer when my mates did.

#265: Oldies Lifting Heavy Sh*t

Dean Mawby, is a pioneer in the area of strength training for the 60 plus age group and this is a great chat about an important issue. I’ve long been an advocate of strength training for our ‘more experienced’ citizens, with benefits ranging from the obvious physical, practical and medical, to the not-so-obvious social, emotional and cognitive. Everything from improved strength, function, bone density endurance, balance, energy and overall physical performance, to improved self-esteem, confidence, happiness and quality of life. If I created a drug for our older population that could do what strength training can (1) that shit would sell like hotcakes (2) everyone would take it and (3) I’d be rich AF. *Note: as is often the way with Zoom recording, we had a few minor audio glitches in spots. Apologies.

realstrengthstudio.com

#264: Seek First to Understand…

This turns out to be something of a teaching session, with me banging on about everything from empathy, awareness and consciousness to communication, connection, subjective reality and viewing the world through someone else’s window (journey, stories, beliefs, values, culture, fear, experiences, emotions). Mostly though, it’s a conversation about the importance and value of understanding (but not necessarily agreeing with) other people and the variables that drive human behaviour (good, bad or indifferent).

#263: Why Do I Say Yes, When I Should Say No?

This might be my favourite short episode of TYP. I love the topic and information in this instalment because it’s relevant, relatable and real for everyone. Why? Because we all say yes, when we know we shouldn’t. People-pleaser anyone? Scaredy-cat? This episode is actually one of the thirty sections from my online audio program. It hasn’t been released (free to the public) until now. Enjoy.

#262: Workplace Mental Health (and other stuff)

Anna Feringa is an expert in Workplace Mental Health (super interesting for right now), Author, Trainer and International Speaker who is passionate about building a deliberate, energising and healthy culture in workplaces. Sadly, Mental Health is now the leading cause of workplace disability globally. Despite the serious subject matter, this was a fun conversation (believe it or not) with an outstanding (and funny) communicator who ‘gets’ it. You’ll like her. Enjoy.

annaferinga.com.au

#261: “Easier Said Than Done”

On a semi-regular basis, someone responds to one of my messages with this enlightening revelation “that’s easier said than done”, to which I reply, “of course it is; literally EVERYTHING is easier said than done”. I will lose weight and keep it off forever (easy to say). I will quit smoking (also easy). I will change my life (easy). I’ll never do that thing again (just more words). Which is why saying stuff is way more popular than doing stuff; it’s easy and requires no actual sweat or ongoing effort. People who know me, know that “it’s easier said than done…” is one of my ever-present messages, which is why I push people to step out of the theory (idea, intention, plan, goal) and into the practical process. The doing. As a Coach, all I can offer people is words (of encouragement, instruction, direction, education) which may or may not (when relevant), translate into action. FYI, I may momentarily step onto my soap box during this episode. Shocking, I know. Enjoy.

#260: Transition-ABLE: The Power of Transitions

JoAnna Ferrari lived male for 53 years. She was successful in business and happily married with 3 children for 23 years before finally making the difficult decision and commitment to transitioning her gender from male to female. Her announcement sent a shockwave through her entire world that caused her to lose everything; family support, friends, career and nearly, her life. ‘JJ’ as she prefers to be called, had the kind of professional and personal life people dream of but the dream ended and the nightmare began when she openly told the world about starting her gender transition. Today JJ is happy in life and has again become a well-respected business coach, transition/performance consultant, requested keynote speaker and author. As you might imagine, this was interesting! Enjoy.

#259: Meditation, Medication and Dedication

Imagine a funny, likeable, clever bloke who stands in front of audiences for a living to inspire, tell stories, encourage, empower and educate. A knockabout bloke who is one of Australia’s most sought after speakers. A bloke who’s succeeded in business and worked at the pointy end of a small organisation called Facebook. Now, imagine a bloke who suffers from PTSD, is medicated every day for depression, is a sexual abuse survivor and is a bloke who suffers from overwhelming and crippling anxiety. Well, that bloke is Nick Bowditch and this conversation was one of my favourites on TYP. Enjoy.

nickbowditch.com

#258: Lessons from the Whiteboard

Over the years, I’ve posted more than three thousand whiteboard messages on my @whiteboardlessons IG page and thousands more on my two FB pages. So, when Melissa showed up for episode 258 with 14 randomly picked whiteboards for me to explore, explain and expand on, I had zero idea what she had chosen or what I would be talking about, until she shared each one with me live as we recorded the episode. I think it turned out well. See what you think. 

#257: Listener Q and A (with Bobby Cappuccio)

This was going to be a two-part Q and A session with Bobby and I but it wound up being one long-ish episode. I apologise in advance as there are a few moments where the audio is not awesome (totally listenable though) and we manage to talk over each other a little, as is often the way when there’s a slight delay chatting with someone on the other side of the world. Nonetheless, we covered some interesting topics and had fun. Enjoy.  

#256 Self-Help vs. Helping Yourself

I started this episode thinking I was heading in a certain direction (topics, discussion, themes) and, as is often the way with a good conversation, I was totally wrong. We went somewhere totally different and what transpired was something much more powerful and interesting than my lame plan. It’s not often that Melissa lets her guard down and opens up about her thoughts, experiences and challenges (probably because I talk too much) but that all changed in this episode. This is my favourite Melissa and me episode. Enjoy.    

#255: John McMahon (The Rev)

John McMahon is an interesting character with an interesting past, who’s living an interesting life, helping troubled teens navigate their own challenges and hopefully, to avoid some of the things he didn’t. Complete with Harleys, ink and colourful past, the Rev (as he’s known) is anything but typical and while his approach to working with kids is not exactly Chapter 4 of the ‘Psychology for Teens’ manual, maybe that’s why his words and work resonate with both kids and parents alike. This was a fun conversation.

#254: Tiff Cook Punches People in the Face

Tiff Cook booked in for a coaching session three years ago and hasn’t stopped stalking me since (her words). And while she continues on her own personal and professional development journey, it’s fair to say that she’s been doing her own share of empowering, inspiring and coaching others towards their best lives. Tiff has a really interesting story and this conversation ended up being about one third podcast, one third coaching session and one third therapy session (for both of us). Enjoy. 

#253: The Science of Exercise (Part 2)

Exercise Physiologist and Elite Conditioning Coach Russ Jarrett (M.Ex.Sci.), joined me for a slightly-sciencey chat about all things fitness and exercise. Along the way, we discussed progressive overload, program design, finding the right ‘dose’, how and when adaptation happens, training intensity, recovery, over-training, kids training, periodisation, weight training for strength vs. power vs. hypertrophy vs. muscular endurance and lots more.

 

#252: The Science of Exercise (Part 1)

Exercise Physiologist and Elite Conditioning Coach Russ Jarrett (M.Ex.Sci.), joined me for a slightly-sciencey chat about all things fitness and exercise. Along the way, we discussed progressive overload, program design, finding the right ‘dose’, how and when adaptation happens, training intensity, recovery, over-training, kids training, periodisation, weight training for strength vs. power vs. hypertrophy vs. muscular endurance and lots more.

 

#251: F*ck Plan B

Tony Doherty is a Business Man, Entrepreneur, Fitness Industry Pioneer, Gym Owner, Business Partner of Arnold Schwarzenegger and among other things, the Godfather of Australian Bodybuilder. He’s also interesting, creative, funny and a curious mix of brutality and compassion. Tony and I go way back, we’re good mates and this was a fun chat. If you’re easily offended, it may not be for you.

 

#250: Anxious Kids (and Grown-ups)

Not only is Dr. Jodi Richardson an expert in the field of understanding, explaining and treating anxiety, she’s also been dealing with it personally her entire life. So when she writes (two books on the topic), talks and teaches, she’s speaking from, not only an academic, research and clinical perspective, but also from a place of lived experience. This is a great chat and I learned a lot.

 

#249: Metacognition: Thinking about Thinking

Your mind is ‘You HQ’; it’s your cognitive, social, personal, professional, academic, creative and practical headquarters. It’s the place where stories are told, decisions are made, habits are formed, data is processed, lessons are learned, meaning is given, beliefs evolve, fears are embedded, understanding grows, confusion prospers, problems are solved (and created), calm and chaos are neighbours, life is shaped and personality reality is created. This Episode is a conversation I had recently with Tiffanee Cook on her podcast, Roll with the Punches. It is essentially a conversation and about the why, how and ‘what-the-f**k’ of thinking.

#248: Acceptance-Commitment Therapy

Carly Taylor is an Educator, Nutritionist and Coach who uses a combination of Acceptance-Commitment Therapy, Stoic Philosophy, Japanese Psychology and Neuroscience to help people do stuff, change stuff, learn stuff and unlearn stuff (it has a lot to do with stuff) and to improve the quality of their lives (mindset, energy, choices, performance, outcomes) along the way. Oh, she’s also married to that shy little wallflower, Paul Taylor.

carlytaylorcoaching.com.au

#247: Changing The Way We Age

New TYP favourite, Dr Ingrid Nielsen (Psychiatrist) is back and this time we dive into exercise, nutrition, lifestyle and all things health for our ‘more experienced’ folk. Among other things, Ingrid tells us how she increased her bone density by 36% (unheard of), is able to build muscle (function, performance, strength, power) in her seventies, completed a competitive 10k run five months after a knee replacement (at 72!) and has the V02 Max of a typical 37 year-old. She also shares her considered medical and personal thoughts around self-management (mental, emotional, physical, behavioural) as we age. As my mum would say, this episode ‘is a goodie’.

#246: What My Body Taught Me

My body and I go way back. We’ve spent years together. Sometimes connecting, sometimes not. We’ve often been at odds about the best course of action with things like food, sleep, exercise, stress and lifestyle because not surprisingly, my body has always been concerned with health, healing, recovery, energy and performance, whereas for much of my life I operated in the tastebud nirvana, instant gratification, comfort and convenience space. It took a while (only a few decades) but I finally came around and began to pay attention.

#245: Secret Women’s Business

I’ll be honest, the ‘business’ wasn’t really so secretive but it was definitely an interesting conversation focused on understanding and navigating the female experience (pre-pubescent through to post-menopausal) from a metabolic, hormonal, nutritional, recovery, energy management, exercise, sporting, performance and general health perspective. If you’re a dude, this is probably not (so much) for you, but feel free to listen and learn something. I did. Unna Goldsworthy is an Exercise Physiologist, University Lecturer and Clinician who works primarily with women.

@goldyguts

#244: How I Manage Me

My biggest challenge has always been managing me. Specifically, managing my mind, body, emotions, energy, choices, actions, reactions, resources, finances, relationships and time. If I can’t manage me (effectively), I can’t manage my life. Over the years, I’ve developed a self-management system based on a series of questions, relating to the micro, meso and macro of my life. This episode is about that. Enjoy.

#243: The Economic Pandemic

Covid 19 is wreaking havoc on a range of fronts; physically, mentally, emotionally, socially and of course, financially. On this episode of TYP, money man Jason Cunningham is back talking with Craig about managing our budget, career, business and sanity in the middle of these economically uncertain times. Enjoy.

#242: How to Stop Giving Up (part 2)

Some of us have spent our lives ‘almost’ doing things. And sometimes we’ve actually done it. And then we’ve undone it. Starting. Stopping. Losing. Regaining. Focused. In the zone. Out of control. Inspired. Can’t be bothered. Productive. Destructive. And not because we’re bad, weak or flawed but rather, because we’re human. This episode of TYP is a coaching session (of sorts) focusing on the cognitive, emotional, practical and behavioural components of creating lasting positive change. It turned out being longer-than-expected, so we have a part 1 and part 2 to the conversation. Enjoy.

#241: How to Stop Giving Up (part 1)

Some of us have spent our lives ‘almost’ doing things. And sometimes we’ve actually done it. And then we’ve undone it. Starting. Stopping. Losing. Regaining. Focused. In the zone. Out of control. Inspired. Can’t be bothered. Productive. Destructive. And not because we’re bad, weak or flawed but rather, because we’re human. This episode of TYP is a coaching session (of sorts) focusing on the cognitive, emotional, practical and behavioural components of creating lasting positive change. It turned out being longer-than-expected, so we have a part 1 and part 2 to the conversation. Enjoy.

#240: The Introvert with the Extrovert Job

I worked with Justin Peckett back in the day when he was a St. Kilda Footballer (252 games) and I was Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Saints. His high tensile hamstrings, lower back and hips were my nemesis. In those days he was a laid back (almost in a coma), introverted professional athlete who loved a drink, loved his team mates, only spoke when necessary and tended not to waste energy. On anything. Ironically, the introvert now spends his work days in front of audiences (teams, companies, organisations) talking about organisational change, leadership, teamwork and human performance. We had a fun chat. Enjoy.

#239: Is Work-Life Balance BS?

Paul Taylor is back and this time he and Craig explore the relationship we have with our job (career, business) and the potential impact (good or bad, positive or negative, productive or destructive) ‘work’ can have on us from a mental, emotional, physical and social perspective. Among other things, they discuss what ‘work-life balance’ (that old chestnut) actually means and whether or not it’s a good metric for creating a healthy approach to our professional life. Oh, and Paul also talks about how a specific skill he acquired in the military (blowing up submarines) hasn’t really been transferable to the corporate world. Surprising, I know.

#238: The Psychology of Eating

I started thinking about this topic when I was the thirteen year-old human Labrador, eating everything he wanted and almost nothing he needed. Usually, when nobody was paying attention. Which might explain why I was called Jumbo, not Craig. Cheesecake anyone? The fascination continued as a young (and somewhat leaner) gym instructor, talking daily with club members about their ‘what, why and how’ of eating. Decades later, it’s a conversation I’ve had literally thousands of times with thousands of people and in my opinion, it’s a crucial piece of the health puzzle that doesn’t get enough air time. If you and food have an ‘interesting’ relationship, this episode is definitely for you.

#237: Culture, Leadership & Inspiration

A while back Craig chatted with Nicole Goodman from the Business Essentials Daily podcast and they had an interesting (and brief) chat around what it takes to create a business environment and culture where people feel valued, important and excited to go to work!

#236: Outside the Echo Chamber

This is the fifth time Bobby has been on TYP and while he’s always great, this was (for me) the best conversation we’ve had. He is truly one of the smartest people I know (and I know a few) and his ability to bring together neuroscience, human behaviour, personal experience, story-telling and humour is quite remarkable. I’ve known him for decades and in this conversation, he shared things about himself (big things) I’d never heard. Among other things, we talk about confirmation bias, challenging beliefs, blind faith, dealing with rejection, self-worth, identity, being wrong, the online battlefield and stories from Bobby’s violent, abusive, dysfunctional childhood. So, not much at all. Enjoy.

#235: Addicted to Almost Anything

Addiction doesn’t only happen around drugs, gambling, booze and sex. It also happens with food. And work. And shopping. And plastic surgery. Being in control. Attention seeking. Fame. Danger. Exercise. Stealing. Gaming. Comfort. The truth is that most of us are (have been, will be) addicted to something at some stage. It might not be one of the more familiar addictions but it’s there, it’s real and it causes us to hide decisions and behaviours because deep down, we know we’re being irrational, unhealthy and/or self-destructive. In this episode of TYP, Craig and his brother from another mother (Geoff Jowett) talk about their issues and more broadly, the capacity we all have to fall into the addiction trap.

#234: How to Build Muscle

My fascination with muscle (size, appearance, strength, power, speed, function, sporting performance, muscular endurance, health, self-esteem, confidence) started forty years ago, as an insecure and curious teenager. Apart from human behaviour, it’s maybe the thing I’ve studied most. Academically, incidentally and experientially. It’s impossible to do this topic justice in ten podcasts, let-alone one, but let’s call this a beginning. 

#233: Craig Presenting Live

This episode is the audio from a closing keynote Craig delivered a few years ago at the Australian Health and Wellness Summit in Melbourne. In it, he talks about bringing all the lessons, ideas and concepts shared by the other speakers (throughout the day) together and turning the theory into real-world decisions, actions and outcomes. He’s somewhat inappropriate, somewhat fun and somewhat motivating. So, normal. Enjoy.

#232: Dr Ingrid Nielsen

Ingrid Nielsen was a socially awkward kid born in South Africa in 1947. She became a nun at 16 (for five years). A medical student at 21. A Doctor at 27. Married at 30. A mother at 30. Was a forensic pathologist at 30. She completed more than 7,000 post mortems in 7 years (in Johannesburg). Was married to a cheating husband for five years. Divorced at 36. Became a single mum of three young kids (1, 2 and 4) at 35. Qualified as a Psychiatrist at 39 (after years of further study).  Emigrated to Australia at 44. Was a work-aholic until 65. Was depressed for an entire year (at 55). Started working out (and having fun) at 65. Ran her first marathon at 68. Retired for two weeks at 69 and is currently working full-time as a Psychiatrist in a large hospital in Adelaide (at 72). Ingrid is an inspiration.

#231: Rules, Rituals, Tribes and Cults

Simon Hammond is an Australian author, entrepreneur, journalist, business advisor and international keynote speaker. Like Craig, he is fascinated with thinking, rules, rituals, human behaviour and cults. Yes, cults. He’s also interested in why we keep doing what doesn’t work, why we’re slow learners and why we don’t like the brutal truth (so much so, he’s written a book about it). He also believes that many of us are unintentionally training ourselves to be less resilient, less adaptable and more likely to capitulate under pressure. This is a fun and fascinating chat (one that involves the boys planning their own cult).

#230: The Twenty-Year Over Night Success

Peaks. Troughs. Wins. Losses. Breakthroughs. Breakdowns. Life. These days Matt Collins is a journalist, radio host and podcaster but to say that it’s been a challenging journey to get where he is, would be a massive understatement. This a great chat with a regular bloke who has persevered when most would have given up.

#229: Perseverance

So many people are great at starting things. Projects. Programs. Diets. Courses. Transformations. In fact, some people have been starting things for years. Decades even. But finishing those things? Or persevering? Nah, not so much. Some people have been ‘almost’ changing their life for decades. In this episode of TYP, Craig talks about one of the least-sexy components of the personal development journey and why it matters so much.

#228: Learning by Doing

I love talking with people who have turned their theoretical something into an actual something. Their idea into action. Passion into purpose. Intention into outcome. Potential into excellence. People who have dreamed, planned, executed and created in the middle of their insecurity, self-doubt, inexperience and fear. People who have built resilience, competence, confidence and effectiveness through doing what most avoid. For almost forty years, I’ve been watching people from all walks of life, all professions, all academic backgrounds, all personalities and all levels of ability, outwork and out-perform the majority. In this episode of TYP, I chat with Tommy and Josh from ‘The Daily Talk Show’ about what it truly takes to succeed.

#227: The Science of Selling (Why We Buy Stuff)

There’s that (kind of) famous saying that says ‘stop buying things you don’t need, with money you don’t have to impress people who don’t care about you’. Or something like that. My version is a little sweary-er. Adam Ballesty is a clever marketing bloke who has been running campaigns, building brands, developing strategies, leading teams and selling stuff to the masses for years. Sports stuff, fitness stuff, training stuff and booze. Lots of booze. I’ve always been fascinated with marketing because the ‘what, how, when and why’ of selling shit is essentially a study in behavioural psychology. 

#226: Goal Setting (a free workshop)

In this episode of TYP, Craig puts on his coaching hat and shares a 12-step goal setting process that he’s been using with clients (and personally) for years. This is practical teaching session with an abundance of ideas, questions and strategies, so you may want to take notes. Enjoy.

#225: Fasting, Longevity and Self-Experimentation

Rebel Dietician Vicky Kuriel is back and this time we go deep on the potential benefits of fasting (in all its forms), instinctive eating, social eating, emotional eating, self-experimentation, biological variability, insulin resistance, type two diabetes (and how to avoid it), living (much) longer through diet and why she has better genetics than her husband. 

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