Write, Publish & Market Your Book to Build Your Business & Brand
Melanie Johnson and Jenn Foster review tips from expert Dave Asprey, during SellerCon 2019, about his story, healthy habits, and how to feel bulletproof.
In 2004, Dave Asprey — Bulletproof founder, CEO, and Father of Biohacking — was on a trek in Tibet, and at -10 degrees Fahrenheit, his energy was plummeting. He staggered into a guest house, where a local handed him a creamy cup of yak butter tea.
That tea changed his life. It rejuvenated his mind and body, and the biohacker in him wanted to understand why the tea made him feel so good. So, he got to work.
Bulletproof is built on the science that helped Dave lose 100 pounds and transform his life, going from brain fog and fatigue to laser-sharp focus and abundant energy. Bulletproof is Dave’s story. It’s your story, too.
Bulletproof products are backed by the latest research, ancient knowledge from Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine and a steadfast commitment to quality — oh, and plenty of Bulletproof Coffee.
Learn more about Bulletproof: https://www.bulletproof.com
Video URL: https://youtu.be/1NS6dZzc4js
Listen Below or Watch the Video.
For access to all of Elite Expert Insider podcasts visit:
Check out the Journals below that were discussed in the podcast:
- Make sure, right when you wake up, that you’re moving. Make sure you get those 10,000 steps in a day; do a more a morning, walk a night walk and then get those 15 minutes of a hardcore work out a week.
- Get into the right schedule for your body when it comes to eating and exercise. Make sure that you are putting good food into your body that isn’t processed. Pay attention to how the food makes you feel, and be intuitive about your eating experience.
- Put your phone on airplane mode and make sure you have a progressive alarm. Avoid tech until you have fully woken up, and allow yourself to have a miracle morning.
“So his whole aspiration is how to be really fit, how to maximize your clarity in your brain and your energy, and live long great life.” (3:44)
“We’ve always heard, all the time, is that your mental matters. What you think about matters. ” (7:42)
“Everything’s always about the win. They don’t think about all of the failures that led up to that win. It’s the faluires that help you learn and understand and help you win in the future. ” (10:35)