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The Resilience Prescription (RRX) is a collection of three shows (The Cut the Crap Show, Create Your 8™, and Brain-Jiu-Jitsu) hosted by Ryan Caligiuri that are designed to help you build resilience as you learn tools, strategies, philosophies, and stories on how to cope with the stresses of life, develop a positive mental attitude, and become a beacon of positivity and resilience for your family, friends, company, and community.
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The Resilience Prescription (RRX) is a collection of three shows (The Cut the Crap Show, Create Your 8™, and Brain-Jiu-Jitsu) hosted by Ryan Caligiuri that are designed to help you build resilience as you learn tools, strategies, philosophies, and stories on how to cope with the stresses of life, develop a positive mental attitude, and become a beacon of positivity and resilience for your family, friends, company, and community.
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    Brain Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) #32 - How Men Can Learn to Be More Vulnerable

    Brain Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) #32 - How Men Can Learn to Be More Vulnerable

    This week the BJJ Crew talk about being vulnerable and how it's helped them in life.



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    • 55 min
    Brain Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) #31 - Learning From One Man's Big Life Mistakes

    Brain Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) #31 - Learning From One Man's Big Life Mistakes

    This week the crew talks about a former instructor of Ryan's who made some big mistakes in life and the crew uses his lessons as an opportunity to learn.
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    • 1 hr 44 min
    [Brain Jiu-Jitsu] #30 - How Community Can Be a Cure for Mental Illness

    [Brain Jiu-Jitsu] #30 - How Community Can Be a Cure for Mental Illness

    The BJJ Crew welcomes Community Leader, Stu Starkey to the show to discuss community and fatherhood.
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    • 1 hr 25 min
    [The Cut the Crap Show] #169 - The Progress Paradox

    [The Cut the Crap Show] #169 - The Progress Paradox

    This week on The Cut the Crap Show, as part of the Resilience Prescription, Ryan breaks down the book The Progress Paradox: How Life Gets Better While People Feel Worse, into a handful of golden nuggets!
    Get your free 3-day trial of getAbstract and access over 20,000 book summaries by going to: http://getab.li/rrx

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    • 44 min
    Brain Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) #29 - The Crew Answers BJJ Fan Questions!

    Brain Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) #29 - The Crew Answers BJJ Fan Questions!

    The BJJ Crew takes fan questions from a single dad trying to get his side business and body going, someone who struggles with follow-through, a person who is looking for a new circle of friends, and someone trying to find their way in life.
    This weeks episode is brought to you by Oura Ring. Use our link to get $50 off your ring and a free sizing kit --- http://OuraRing.com/RRX.

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    • 1 hr 42 min
    [The Cut the Crap Show] #168 - Broadcasting Happiness with Michelle Gielan

    [The Cut the Crap Show] #168 - Broadcasting Happiness with Michelle Gielan

    This week on The Cut the Crap Show, as part of the Resilience Prescription, Ryan talks to Michelle Gielan, the author of Broadcasting Happiness: The Science of Igniting and Sustaining Positive Change.
    Download the free PDF summary of Get Momentum over the next 7-days using the link: http://getab.li/rxxhappiness
    If you're too late and can't download the title, then get your free 3-day trial of getAbstract and access over 20,000 book summaries by going to: http://getab.li/rrx

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    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

priyasankara ,

Good one

Enjoy

Kevin Paul ,

This One is Different

So why should you listen to yet another "book-summary-productivity" podcast? Three reasons. Reason #1 - The books selected are heavy on practicality and very light on the woo-woo. Reason #2 - Ryan does his homework! He is prepared for every interview, and he dives into the "deep cuts" of every book, not just the superficial hits. Reason #3 - Ryan has a superb interview style. He lets the authors speak for themselves - with just enough interjection to keep a nice flow, and just enough person comments to make the interview a legit conversation.

keshaniv ,

Fantastic podcast

I can’t recommend this enough! Lately I’ve been shaving golden nuggets from an episode with my team in meetings because it’s so powerful and I want to help improve the lives of my coworkers and family. I’ve share some episodes by texting out links, I wish I had more time to cover every episode there’s just so much info!

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