How to become a very high performer – with Tony Stubblebine (Part 1)

Want to become a high performer? This guy gives GREAT tips!This episode was sponsored by my new favorite tool, “Video Skins”, at //

Tony Stubblebine is a very impressive guy. His company, (formerly Lift) has been backed by Tony Robbins, Tim Ferriss, both co-founders of Twitter, and has hundreds of thousands of members.

We had such a great conversation that covered so much ground that I ended up breaking our talk up into 2 parts.

In Part 1 we go over:

– What the #1 biggest factor is when trying to reach goals

– What Tony says is the key to stress management

– How “priority framing” helps you get a lot more done every day

– The importance of meditation as a performance practice (not necessarily for spirituality, but for business)

– How to cope with a lack of motivation

…and a bit more about how Tony’s been able to grow his business into the successful company it is today.

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Links and Resources Mentioned: – Tony’s company, helping people achieve their goals

Apply to be a coach – How to become a coach

Serial – a podcast from the creators of This American Life 

Call Your Girlfriend – a podcast for and about long-distance best friends – a guided meditation company for which Tony is an advisor

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