Today's guest is a speaker and motivational expert who wakes up every day with one mission; to impact the lives of entrepreneurs and business owners across the world.
Not only does he coach on mindset, but he lives it. Having been in the army and transitioning back to civilian life, he went through his own ups and downs. Now he can bring real-life experience to those that listen to his story.
Here to help you master self-doubt and accomplish what you want out of life, please welcome Nate Bailey.
https://www.natebaileyspeaks.com https://www.100milemindset.com Hey Bailey everybody. What's up, man? Not much, man. How are, how are you? Good. Thanks for jumping on learning from others. I appreciate the chance to kind of flip the mic. You know, you're kind enough to have me on your podcast and, and now we're doing the other side of things. So, um, let's, let's just start with the usual, you know, I like to ask my guests two questions.
First one is what are you good at? And what are we going to be learning from you today? Yeah. Okay. Um, yeah, I just got prompted with this, but that's all right. I mean, that's what I do. So, uh, it should be pretty easy, but, um, I'm a coach, so I I'm really good at helping people with their mindset and getting them to really get into action.
That's required to, to get what they want inside of their life, as well as, um, you know, really like leadership. Type trainings and teachings, teamwork, communication, um, perseverance preparation, execution, and really all of that, primarily through experiential training is what I'm really good at. Like, um, in-person physical type.
Uh, experiences, not in a classroom, really getting them to kind of get out of their box and, and really to push them and expose some things that they've had going on in their life and getting them to work together with some complete strangers coming together as a team, and really getting them to extract what they're learning.
In those experiences so that they can bring those home and apply them into their life. Okay, cool. So I got a lot of things I want to dive into on that, but, um, before we do, uh, the second question I like to ask, uh, you can answer it as serious or as a non serious as you want, but, uh, opposite. What are you not so good at?
Yeah, that's a man. I'm sure. There's a lot of things that I'm not so good at. And, uh, you know, what's coming to mind right now might be like, I have two daughters and, uh, I definitely am not very good at, uh, braiding their hair, taking care of some things like that. But, uh, I do my best, but they, they let me know about it.
Right. So how old are your daughters? Um, 12. So, yeah, she doesn't even let me come close to her hair right now, but the. The other is a 10, just turned 10. So they just turned 12, 12, and just turned 10. Yeah, my youngest, I have a daughter. She's two. She'll be, she'll be three here pretty soon. So yeah, like I'm, I'm like waiting for that.
I'm not there yet, but I'm waiting for the like, Hey, let's do this girl thing, dad, and don't screw it up. Yeah, absolutely. That's great though. Well, alright, so a couple things, when you were telling us, you know, what you are good at a couple of things kind of stood out. The first area I'll start is you had mentioned, I think the phrase you used was like experiential coaching.
So can you talk more about that phrase and, um, like give us maybe some examples of what you bring your groups into doing. Yeah, you bet. So, uh, one of the events we have is what we call immersion. And so we have women that will cut like a group of women that will come in or a group of men. And, um, we'll take them, we'll take them to the beach and we'll take them to kind of a Hill or a mountain or we'll take them outside.
And, uh, We'll put them through a lot of different physical evolutions. We'll kind of put a