Recovering Workaholic Dads Podcast
A growth mindset is all about learning, making progress, and continuing to improve in important areas of your life.
- As an employee or business leader, that might look like improving a process, innovating a product or service, or becoming a more influential leader.
- At home, it might mean being a more connected and influential dad.
- With your spouse, it looks like improving your emotional quotient and building a better relationship with open, honest, and vulnerable communication.
- With your health, it means getting more fit, strong, and flexible.
- With your hobbies, like golf, it could mean enjoying the game more or improving your score.
- And with friends, it might just mean connecting more frequently and at a deeper level.
My challenge for you this week is to adopt a growth mindset in one area of your life and really work on improving it. Leave a comment and let us know how it goes.
As of this recording, I’m 49 years old. And like other folks who are getting older, it can be tougher to stay fit and keep your health in check. But when can you make the time to workout?
In this episode Brad shares a stupid-silly secret about how to use the getting older process as a way to create a healthy exercise habit.
In this episode, coach Brad White shares a few recent experiences related to values, healthy boundaries, and self-discipline.
When playing golf, how often do you check your phone? Are you able to unplug and relax? When you have a meeting scheduled, how often do you cancel the meeting because someone else wants that time?
Ultimately, you should be making decisions and living your life in ways that honor your values and priorities. The goal of this episode is to help you reflect on your values and be more mindful of the choices you are making every day.
In the episode, Brad interviews Michael G. Dash, Author of Chasing the High. This fascinating interview shares a glimpse into the life of an addictive personality, which is highly relatable to workaholics, alcoholics, rushaholics, etc.
Michael shares the story of being an entrepreneur, the son of a workaholic entrepreneur, and the devastating impact on your mental and physical health when you let those demons control your thoughts and actions.
Michael’s story travels from one addiction to another, until he finally found how to create positive and productive habits to change his life, and how to live in a FLOW state.
Learn more about Michael at https://michaelgdash.com. Also, check out his webinar for entrepreneurs dealing with such addictions at https://michaelgdash.com/fate. Finally, go buy his amazing book at https://chasingthehighbook.com.