Have you ever felt like you were just going and going, putting out hard work and being productive, feeling like you were on top of the world, yet still struggling underneath it all?
Matt talks about how several events in his life grabbed his attention and helped him realize that the ‘Australian male’ was not well trained in the art of emotional resilience. Matt talks about how people these days think that “feeling bad is uncoolâ€ and shows us a better way to deal with tough emotions than beer or drugs.
What you will learn from the interview
-Matt’s specific 6-minute meditation routine that helps work through adversity
-How high performance entrepreneurs need planned recovery just like athletes
-Matt’s concept of â€œEmotional Resilienceâ€
-His upcoming book â€œBeer, Whine, Spiritâ€ – a direct response from adversity in his life
-You are going to feel bad when you have adversity in your life. Adversity is a signal to change something – how you learn from it is what matters.
-What we can learn from the communities of the developing world – to ask for help form our friends and community
Deepak Chopra influenced Matt’s thinking