Welcome to the first ever Tactical Takeaways episode of the podcast. This is a new, experimental episode format that I am hoping will serve as an actionable supplement to the rest of the great conversations and content we’re bringing you every single week.

I say this is a supplementary format, because every full conversation we have on the podcast is always guaranteed to be chock full of entertaining stories, valuable tips, and amazing wisdom from outstanding people. So while I have no desire to ever stop having those conversations, I felt like there was something missing.

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And I felt like what was missing — what I might hope to see from a show that publishes longer conversations that cover a TON of ground — is something that is

  1. Curated: Not a comprehensive summary, rather just some of the most important points from the full conversation
  2. A tight & compact format: Something I can listen to easily on a trip to the store, etc.
  3. Highly actionable: When I listen to other shows, my brain immediately starts wondering “How could I easily put this into practice?” So I wanted to provide examples that you, the listener, could put into action right away.

In this first Tactical Takeaways episode, we’re revisiting the conversation with Resilience and Performance Consultant Neil Wattier back in Episode 45, where I’ll give you my 3 biggest takeaways from our conversation. Then, for takeaway #1, you’ll get to choose from 4 simple tactical actions you can take right now to improve your resilience.

So give it a listen here or on your podcast app, and drop a comment to let me know if you enjoyed this new experimental format!

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