In this week's episode, Billy and Brian talk to Scott Welle--author, speaker, and founder of Outperform the Norm, a global movement that helps people achieve peak performance in their personal and professional lives--about:
--how he got started running marathons and doing Ironman triathlons
--the pivotal moments in his life that helped him reach optimal peak performance
--how self-limited beliefs get in our way of outperforming
--the need to blend hard work with soft skills
--the difference between discipline and motivation (and which one you need more of)
--why the best athletes and CEOs work with coaches around performance goals
--how doing what you love is still considered work (and why it's dangerous to say otherwise)
--the role risk plays in our ability to outperform the norm
--landing a speaking gig at Lambeau Field despite being a long-suffering Minnesota Vikings fan and the inner turmoil that gig is causing him to feel.
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