You aspire to be courageous in your career and in your life. You are at your happiest when you are fully challenged, living an adventure, not driven by fear. But you struggle - and sometimes avoid - the difficult situations you face in your life. At the Last 8% Morning, we understand this challenge and have spent years developing skills to help you use your most difficult situations as opportunities to transform so you can live more courageously, with less regret, and have the impact you want to have in the world.The Last 8% Morning podcast gives you the insights and skills to manage your emotions so you can face and and not avoid your most difficult situations. In the Last 8% Morning, Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry, co-founder of the Institute for Health and Human Potential and NY Times best-selling author of Performing Under Pressure, personally guides you through a morning routine which integrates Movement (walking) + Mindfulness + Mental training exercises. Designed over the last 24 years worki... more
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There is a 5 minute of greatness in each episode and the other 20 minutes is yoga and breathing exercises… good if that is what you are looking for, but not for me
I’ve been listening to The Last 8% Morning for the last several years, and NOTHING has proved to be a better resource for centering my thoughts and providing guidance when facing change or difficult situations. As leaders and collaborators, no matter what your role or industry, you should be listening (and moving) to this podcast! I wish it was a daily podcast and not weekly (and completely understand why it’s not), but I will often listen to past episodes that correlate to whatever I’m facing ... more
I have been listening to JP’s podcasts and this is my week 3 and I can say it has helped me focus on things that are important versus the noise my mind makes all the time. It definitely gives you tools to have in your bag to deal with difficult situations. Thank you for the insightful sessions. I am every day feeling grateful for these podcasts.
Just listened to this weeks podcast, “How do you show up when you’re under pressure”. Loved it! Been listening and walking to these podcasts on and off for over a year now and I recognize that my day is always better when I start with The Last 8% Project. Thanks JP, looking forward to many more walks with you!
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