Taking Action In Spite of Fear with Rory Miller

On today’s episode I spoke with Rory Miller about the between the roles that we fill and our identity as men, what the military taught him about gratitude and why failure should not be the last thing your body or mind remembers of a certain experience.

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On today’s episode I spoke with Rory Miller about the between the roles that we fill and our identity as men, what the military taught him about gratitude and why failure should not be the last thing your body or mind remembers of a certain experience.

Rory is a husband, father, veteran & entrepreneur whose purpose is to inspire others with the desire to fulfill their potential, and the confidence in their ability to achieve it

“A lot of people think that in a terrible situation, that they’ll rise to the occasion. The truth is, you’ll always fall to the level of your training”

Rory Miller

Key takeaways in this episode:

  • Why training is so important to how you react in stressful situations
  • What it was like to jump out of a plane for the first time
  • How your values and the way you were brought up shape the creation of the frameworks you use throughout life
  • Why being a lone wolf just doesn’t lead to anything good in today’s day an age
  • The importance of having a tribe of people that know, love and trust you
  • An exercise that any man can do to determine what your values are even if you don’t happen to know what you stand for

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