57 min

Baseball MPM - #6 - Exit Your Comfort Zone The Brian Cain Mental Performance Mastery Podcast

    • Self-Improvement

In episode #6 of The Baseball MPM Podcast With Cain and Casey, Brian Cain, creator of the Mental Performance Mastery (MPM) Coaches Certification and one of the World’s most sought-after MPM Coaches is joined by Eric Byrnes as a pinch hitter in place of Sean “The Mayor” Casey for this episode.

Eric Byrnes is a former Major League Baseball Player with over a decade of service in the big leagues. Since his retirement from baseball he has been an analyst with the MLB Network and continually challenged himself to exit his comfort zone. Byrnes has completed multiple 100mile runs, a triathlon across america and set the world record for speed golf and complete 245 holes in 12 hours.

In this podcast we dive into the importance of challenging yourself, exiting your comfort zone and the key aspects of Byrnes daily routines that keep him sharp, in shape and at the forefront of the relentless energy movement.

Other key aspects of our call are:

The importance of consistency

Establishing a routine - what’s now, what’s next

You Can’t Force It, If You Need To Stumble Forward, Stumble Forward

The importance of accountability partners and team

The critical importance of taking massive action and just doing it

The mindset that today is going to be a great day

How to make brushing your teeth - An exercise to get present

How Byrnes uses Coffee, Reflexology Board, The Quote of The Day

Why it’s massively important to get outside - Sweat Before Screens

Why to Check Your Calendar The Night Before

The importance of keeping a Capture List and a detailed Calendar

Time is our most precious resource, how to use it properly

Why we want to have a routine and be really good at adapting and adjusting

We are constantly creating the energy in the energy cycle

The More Energy You Give -> The More Energy You Get

Concepts must be scientifically grounded - Stands up to the reality 



You Become The Average of the 5 People You Hang Out With

The Importance of Dopamine Jumps

How Kobe Bryant


You can engage with Brian Cain (@BrianCainPeak) Eric Byrnes (@ebyrnes22) and Sean Casey (@themayorsofficemlb) and Zach Sorensen (@zsorensen4) on instagram and twitter. 


Today's show is also brought to you by Organifi. Go to https://organifi.com/mentalperformance for 20% off.
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In episode #6 of The Baseball MPM Podcast With Cain and Casey, Brian Cain, creator of the Mental Performance Mastery (MPM) Coaches Certification and one of the World’s most sought-after MPM Coaches is joined by Eric Byrnes as a pinch hitter in place of Sean “The Mayor” Casey for this episode.

Eric Byrnes is a former Major League Baseball Player with over a decade of service in the big leagues. Since his retirement from baseball he has been an analyst with the MLB Network and continually challenged himself to exit his comfort zone. Byrnes has completed multiple 100mile runs, a triathlon across america and set the world record for speed golf and complete 245 holes in 12 hours.

In this podcast we dive into the importance of challenging yourself, exiting your comfort zone and the key aspects of Byrnes daily routines that keep him sharp, in shape and at the forefront of the relentless energy movement.

Other key aspects of our call are:

The importance of consistency

Establishing a routine - what’s now, what’s next

You Can’t Force It, If You Need To Stumble Forward, Stumble Forward

The importance of accountability partners and team

The critical importance of taking massive action and just doing it

The mindset that today is going to be a great day

How to make brushing your teeth - An exercise to get present

How Byrnes uses Coffee, Reflexology Board, The Quote of The Day

Why it’s massively important to get outside - Sweat Before Screens

Why to Check Your Calendar The Night Before

The importance of keeping a Capture List and a detailed Calendar

Time is our most precious resource, how to use it properly

Why we want to have a routine and be really good at adapting and adjusting

We are constantly creating the energy in the energy cycle

The More Energy You Give -> The More Energy You Get

Concepts must be scientifically grounded - Stands up to the reality 



You Become The Average of the 5 People You Hang Out With

The Importance of Dopamine Jumps

How Kobe Bryant


You can engage with Brian Cain (@BrianCainPeak) Eric Byrnes (@ebyrnes22) and Sean Casey (@themayorsofficemlb) and Zach Sorensen (@zsorensen4) on instagram and twitter. 


Today's show is also brought to you by Organifi. Go to https://organifi.com/mentalperformance for 20% off.
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

57 min