49 min

Episode 15: Tripp Lanier – Asking Questions, Our Emotional World, And How To Avoid Playing Small Discover The Road with Kirk Wheeler

    • Careers

Tripp Lanier is a men’s coach and host of the The New Man Podcast, where has has interviewed experts and authors from a wide range of fields including Laird Hamilton, Tim Ferris, Steven Pressfield, and more.  The tagline of the show is “Beyond the macho jerk and the new age wimp” and it takes off from there. In his podcast he explores many ideas on what it means to be man it today’s world.

I met Tripp through a previous guest on the show, Alex Gibson and was really glad to be able to speak with him about how he started his podcast, some of the techniques he uses with his coaching clients, and what it means for him to serve others.

In this conversation we explore ideas like attachment, projections, appreciation, and small actions we can take to expand our emotional worlds.

Late in the interview he catches me on a math problem about frogs that I have been mulling over ever since (my answer, not the frogs….)

I am really excited to have Tripp on the Podcast for two reasons.


He has the ability to clearly articulate common problems that we all face as humans and ways that we can see them with new eyes.
As he says in this interview, he makes his living asking questions and I am inspired by his curiosity.

IN THIS EPISODE:

How he started his podcast
Why he left a thriving business to become a coach
Why he meditates
How he lets his own curiosity drive the show he creates
The story of the four frogs

DISCOVERY QUOTE:
“I’m amazed at how much more powerful I feel, when I allow myself to have a dynamic emotional life.” [Tweet This]

CONNECT WITH TRIPP:
TRIPPLANIER.COM | THENEWMANPODCAST.COM | FACEBOOK  | TWITTER

Tripp Lanier is a men’s coach and host of the The New Man Podcast, where has has interviewed experts and authors from a wide range of fields including Laird Hamilton, Tim Ferris, Steven Pressfield, and more.  The tagline of the show is “Beyond the macho jerk and the new age wimp” and it takes off from there. In his podcast he explores many ideas on what it means to be man it today’s world.

I met Tripp through a previous guest on the show, Alex Gibson and was really glad to be able to speak with him about how he started his podcast, some of the techniques he uses with his coaching clients, and what it means for him to serve others.

In this conversation we explore ideas like attachment, projections, appreciation, and small actions we can take to expand our emotional worlds.

Late in the interview he catches me on a math problem about frogs that I have been mulling over ever since (my answer, not the frogs….)

I am really excited to have Tripp on the Podcast for two reasons.


He has the ability to clearly articulate common problems that we all face as humans and ways that we can see them with new eyes.
As he says in this interview, he makes his living asking questions and I am inspired by his curiosity.

IN THIS EPISODE:

How he started his podcast
Why he left a thriving business to become a coach
Why he meditates
How he lets his own curiosity drive the show he creates
The story of the four frogs

DISCOVERY QUOTE:
“I’m amazed at how much more powerful I feel, when I allow myself to have a dynamic emotional life.” [Tweet This]

CONNECT WITH TRIPP:
TRIPPLANIER.COM | THENEWMANPODCAST.COM | FACEBOOK  | TWITTER

49 min

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