(#277) Jason Khalipa, World Champion Athlete, Entrepreneur and Author of the new book As Many Reps As Possible, joins the podcast this week to discuss the winning mindset that has made him so successful in his many endeavors.
Jason Khalipa is a CrossFit World Champion, first-time book author, and lifelong competitor. He’s a devoted father of two and CEO and founder of NCFIT, a global company aimed at making fitness effective, fun, and accessible.
It should be stated that while I am not a Cross-Fitter (I’m a weightlifter and kettlebell practitioner), I fully enjoyed this chat learning about the mental framework that has made Jason so successful in business and athletics.
While Jason’s success is remarkable, he’s extremely humble and open in sharing the winning mindset that has made him unstoppable in business and life.
Here’s what you’ll hear about this week on the show:
- The 2 big things Jason and I have in common
- Hear about “the day that things changed” and how that impacted his life
- What was the turning point in his life that transformed his focus and drive
- Why he decided to write the book?
- The highly-effective visual model to focus on what you can control
- What was his first exposure exercise training – and how things evolved
- Why he likes most about the AMRAP training philosophy
- What is the AMRAP mentality? And how this impacts all phases of his life
- Best advice to “fix bad thinking and get in the right mindset”
- Jason explains the 5 parts to the AMRAP mentality:
- Know Your Why
- Focus On What You Can Control
- Work Hard
- Shift Gears
- What’s the downside of AMRAP?
- When someone finishes reading the book – what is the the #1 thing he hopes reader take away?
- What has been the #1 thing that has made him successful – as an athlete and in business?
- If he had to do things all over again – what would he have done different?
- How his physical training today compares to 2008 when he was named “the fittest man on earth?”
- Learn about his highly successful global business NCFIT
- Learn about his corporate wellness initiatives
- What is his typical day – what the key things he must do each day to be successful
- What’s been his greatest life lesson, so far?
- He shares his book writing process – How easy or hard was it to write the book?
- What book has impacted him the most and why?
- Simple, actionable closing advice for every listener…
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SHOW NOTES & LINKS:
- Jason’s Philanthropy Page
- As Many Reps As Possible (Jason’s Book)
- How To Win At The Sport Of Business by Mark Cuban
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