Can You Achieve Everyday Excellence? with Joe Templin

We are all creatures of habit. Who we are, what we accomplish is a culmination of our habits. Everyday excellence start with auditing our habits and deciding which ones to keep and new ones we may need to reach our goals.

Joe Templin wrote the book on Everyday excellence, literally. He shares his insights on how you can start to achieve everyday excellence in your life. He is a physicist, financial planner, entrepreneur and philanthropist.

Takeaways From This Episode

  • Do you audit your habits?
  • Would you benefit from The Stockdale Paradox?
  • The starting point for Everyday Excellence
  • Once someone becomes a champion they are changed
  • Why you want to review your day
  • How does your internal dialogue affect your goals?
  • The podcast listener discount

Mindset and Development

  • What was Joe’s most successful failure?
  • What was his biggest surprise in the fitness industry?
  • Where does he go for his personal and professional development.

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Things Mentioned on This Episode

Satori Moment

  • Zen Buddhism has a beautiful concept known as satori — or what we might call in English a “satori moment”.
  • Satori refers to a deep, abiding insight in which someone sees and understands the true nature of the universe and of reality itself.

The Stockade Paradox

Additional Reading