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Join JT, host of the Consequence of Habit Podcast, as he explores how habits relate to happiness and success or lack thereof. Each Tuesday, JT pulls the curtains back on his own habits, good and bad, and talks to others who have made massive changes in their lives by changing their habits.

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Join JT, host of the Consequence of Habit Podcast, as he explores how habits relate to happiness and success or lack thereof. Each Tuesday, JT pulls the curtains back on his own habits, good and bad, and talks to others who have made massive changes in their lives by changing their habits.

    CoH Episode 86: The Return of Heavyweight MMA Fighter, Patrick Brady

    CoH Episode 86: The Return of Heavyweight MMA Fighter, Patrick Brady

    “The successful warrior is the average man with laser-like focus.” ― Bruce Lee
    This week I sat back down with heavyweight MMA fighter Patrick Brady just 36 hours before he stepped into the octagon for another war. 

    Patrick and I discuss balancing his family life, starting a business, and maintaining sobriety all while trying to become the oldest fighter to make it into the UFC. Patrick is a living example of the impact habits can have on our mental health and success, both good and bad. 
    In This Episode:
     
    Renovations by BRAD
    Patrick Brady on Instagram
    Few Will Hunt
    Art of War Cage Fighting 
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    • 1 hr 18 min
    CoH Episode 85: Future of CoH and the Podcast with JT Frank

    CoH Episode 85: Future of CoH and the Podcast with JT Frank

    “Planning, tenacity, and force of will through personal effort or by working with others: these are the ways control-circuit dopamine lets us dominate our environment” - Daniel Z. Lieberman and Michael E. Long, The Molecule of More: How a Single Chemical in Your Brain Drives Love, Sex, and Creativity—and Will Determine the Fate of the Human Race
    This week is a solo episode where I discuss some updates with CoH and the future of the podcast. I also give my thoughts on a recent discussion Sam Harris and Morgan Housel had on the Making Sense Podcast when they described the difference between Rich vs Wealthy. I found their discussion thought-provoking and identified similarities in the work we’re doing at CoH.
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    • 12 min
    CoH Episode 84: Scientist, Author and Broadcaster, Professor Adam Hart

    CoH Episode 84: Scientist, Author and Broadcaster, Professor Adam Hart

    “Evolution is not striving towards a grand plan, some relentless quest towards the perfect future solution” - Unfit for Purpose, WHEN HUMAN EVOLUTION COLLIDES WITH THE MODERN WORLD.

    This week JT is joined by English scientist, author, and broadcaster, Professor Adam Hart. JT and Professor Hart discuss his most recent book, Unfit for Purpose WHEN HUMAN EVOLUTION COLLIDES WITH THE MODERN WORLD. They take a deep dive into how the modern world is changing at a pace that humans are evolutionarily unable to keep up. Professor Hart explains how many biological adaptations that evolved to help us survive and thrive in a very different world are now working against us. JT and Professor Hart cover topics including:

    ·  Technologies' effect on the modern brain
    ·  How our fight or flight is triggered in the modern world
    ·  Endless supplies of high caloric foods and GMOs
    ·  Ways to find purpose in this quickly evolving landscape
    In This Episode: 
    Adam on Twitter | Instagram
    Purchase "Unfit for Purpose WHEN HUMAN EVOLUTION COLLIDES WITH THE MODERN WORLD"
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    • 1 hr 1 min
    CoH Episode 83: Retired Navy SEAL and founder and Managing Director of One More Wave, Alex West

    CoH Episode 83: Retired Navy SEAL and founder and Managing Director of One More Wave, Alex West

    This week on the pod , JT is kicked out of the host seat by Chris Norris!

    Chris speaks with Alex West. Alex was born in South Africa and moved to Kansas City, Kansas when he was 10. He spent 20 years and conducted 15 combat deployments in the SEAL Teams, retiring in 2018.

    He is the founder and Managing Director of the veteran surfing non-profit One More Wave. Currently, he is in his second year of graduate school at Pepperdine University, intending to become a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). As an LPC, he hopes to impact the veteran and first responder mental health space.

    In This Episode: 
    Chris Norris on Instagram
    Alex West on Instagram
    One More Wave on Instagram | Website

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    • 54 min
    CoH Episode 82: Sober Sis Founder Jenn Kautsch

    CoH Episode 82: Sober Sis Founder Jenn Kautsch

    “Bad habits are spiraling slides that drag you round and round down the narrowing end of a cone that eventually ends up in a dark, tight, confining spot. Good habits are hooked wings that steadily grow in girth and strength. At first, they grasp and climb until those beautiful wings can lift the bearer out of the darkness and above the clouds to heights few ever experience.” ― Richelle E. Goodrich, Slaying Dragons: Quotes, Poetry, & a few Short Stories for Every Day of the Year

    This week’s guest knows a lot about the impact habits can have on our lives, both in a positive and negative way. Over 5 years ago she made the decision to take a hard look at her own bad habits and has gone on to help other women do the same thing, specifically around issues related to alcohol. This week I sat down with the Founder of Sober Sis, Jenn Kautsch. Jenn and I discuss how we can have a regimen of good habits and still be enslaved by negative ones that compromise us in profound ways. See below for Jenn’s bio:

    "I'm Jenn (aka SoberSis). I'm a new empty-nester and people ask me all the time what I'm going to do in this next season of my life. Well, you're looking at it. I feel passionate about making it safe for women to have a conversation about alcohol without judgment, labels, or rules. I'm a retired "grey area" drinker. Around the middle of my 40's, I was tired, feeling stuck on auto-pilot, and ready for a change. I didn't want to enter the big 5-0 the way I did 40. I took a closer look at my life. My health...mental, physical, and spiritual. I began to find out ways to have more energy, better sleep, and really stay present in my own life. I began to realize wine wasn't doing me any real favors. In fact, it was undoing a lot of my hard work during the day (I call it the detox just to retox loop). It had also become like an emotional crutch to lean on during times of anxiety or even boredom!

    So, I started the 21-day reset for women because I wanted to share what I have learned and experienced first hand. Currently, close to 20,000 women from all over the world have participated. We're more of a sisterhood and a real community of women pursuing being present and soberminded. Each person has the opportunity and space to renegotiate their relationship with alcohol. We are not a sobriety club although many of us do choose to enjoy an alcohol free lifestyle.

    I've spent time taking a break from drinking without having to use willpower or feeling deprived. In fact, I'd say it has turned into more of a mindful lifestyle. Learning the science behind what my body/mind was experiencing has empowered me to make different choices. It's like I was living a somewhat divided life, constantly feeling in conflict and stuck in an internal tug-of-war. God really brought me freedom by bringing together the mind-body-spirit connection so I could live a more wholehearted life. That's how I want to live now in my 50's and beyond.
    In This Episode:
    Sober Sis Website | Facebook | Instagram | Video
    21-Day Reset Challenge

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    • 1 hr 32 min
    CoH Episode 81: Coyote Collective Co-Founder and Brand Director, Connor Koch

    CoH Episode 81: Coyote Collective Co-Founder and Brand Director, Connor Koch

    This week I’m joined by Coyote Collective Co-Founder and Brand Director Connor Koch. I became interested in Connor and his story because of the unbelievably beautiful pictures he posts on his social media, as well as the short documentary film he and his closest friends made called, A Study of Self: Methods and Madness.

    To be honest, I didn’t know where this conversation was going to go or what I was going to ask. Unlike most of my other guests, there wasn’t very much out there on the intraweb to help me get ready for this interview, other than to know that Connor has a deep love for the outdoors and does an unbelievable job documenting his experiences exploring them. With that said… to say this conversation exceeded my highest expectations is an understatement.

    Connor and I dive deep into what it is that motivates us and how our ego can compromise what, on the surface, can seem like a Nobel cause. Connor describes how a random act of kindness made him question his own priorities and motivations, a story that literally brought tears to my eyes. We also discuss the importance of mentors, of which Connor has had some amazing ones, including Erik Weihenmayer (the first blind person to climb Everest) and Dr. Paul Stultz. I truly enjoyed my conversation with Connor and believe this will be the first of many. Be sure to check out the below links to learn more about Connor and the work he and his team at Coyote Collective are doing.

    In This Episode:

    Coyote Collective Instagram | Website
    Connor Koch Instagram| Website
    Erik Weihenmayer

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    • 1 hr 31 min

Customer Reviews

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34 Ratings

34 Ratings

MRok330 ,

I need more of this!

One of my go-to podcast!!!

Christopher Littrell ,

Perspective!!

JT brings perspective to life through his inspiring guests and personal stories. He has taken it a step further by organizing a non-profit aimed at positively impacting people’s lives. CoH is a must listen!!

ElevatedBasketball ,

Pound for pound my favorite podcast

COH runs through a gauntlet of guests ranging from explorers to extreme athletes to extreme human beings to simply interesting people
Every episode is extraordinary in its own way
JT holds it down doing something bigger than himself, creating a platform for others to share their stories and reach those who need to hear them!

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