Nov 15, 2018
Logan Gelbrich is a high performing, cerebral adventure is that living on the fringes of his life, a truth seeking zone that operates as the path to reach peak expression.
He is the owner and a coach of Deuce Gym in Los Angeles, a high performance gym that is regarding as a community to it's loyal members. The former pro baseball player for the San Diego Padres transferred his high performing work ethic into a highly successful entrepreneurial career life. He is a writer and a speaker that gives seminars around the world (HOLD THE STANDARD) teaching on leadership and reaching peak expression.
A LOT to respect in that robust list of accomplishments, action + contribution.
Now let me speak from a NON resume language about Logan:
Logan is a switched ON, curious, reaching, growth mindset, remarkable expression of a human that is here to live from the highest expression of himself in every single minute of his life to the best of his ability AND support others who hold that aim intention to do the same in theirs.
And he IS doing exactly that. I can honestly tell you that this conversation elevated my mind in the most stimulating, expansive way and I have NO doubt it will offer you the same effect.
In this episode you will learn:
The effect of structured Apathy to outcomes
Logans transition from pro baseball into entrepreneurship
The power of journaling and reflective writing
Skill transferring and how Logan applied it into his career path
The importance of seeking challenge that demands the most out of you
Dave Ghrol’s inspiring journey to his renowned success
Getting vulnerability and reaching for your peak performance in life
Logan’s passion for coaching in leadership and coaching
Why it’s NOT about more information when it comes to advancing ourselves
Hold The Standard seminars: what and why?
How being SELFISH can be the highest contribution to the world
Why we need feedback for improving
The value of High performance conversations in + OUTSIDE of sport
The value of curating what matters to you in your life
Routines and minimizing what we can’t control + when we need to act outside of them
The importance of Directionality
Asking ourselves “how we may be wrong” throughout our lives for infinite growth
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I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on this episode!