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Oct 30, 2019

In today’s episode of the One Year No Beer podcast, Chris Barez-Brown joins the show. Chris is the founder of Upping Your Elvis, a movement designed to bring more energy into the workplace and to help individuals level up their performance in business and in life. Chris is a speaker, the author of four books, and a regular writer for publications like GQ Magazine and the Harvard Business Review. 

Chris started out his adult life in the army, but says that his military career didn’t last long because he quickly realized that he was more of a lover than a fighter. So, he went to college and earned a degree and started pursuing the things that he thought he was supposed to want – a job with an expense account, a car, a chance to climb the corporate ladder. And then he found that those things didn’t make him happy either, so he made a drastic change. Now, he says he’s on a mission to help others love their lives as much as he does. 

“The important thing is it’s always all about making sure every individual has a bit more awareness, a bit more choice about how they show up.”

Upping Your Elvis is about a belief that when you have the right energy, things go smoothly and life is fun and easy. And if you don’t have the right energy, the opposite happens. Chris says the first thing that’s important to do is make people aware of their own energy and help them understand how it works. Then they need to figure out the things that enhance and improve their energy – this can include anything from nutrition to exercise to time management. Finally, people have to learn how to prevent their energy from being depleted. 

In today’s interview, Chris also talks about his own experience going alcohol-free. Chris says that he’s currently at around 100 days without alcohol. While he’s gone without alcohol for short periods before, Chris says that going alcohol free for an extended period is a different experience that’s had unexpected benefits. He also talks about the change in perspective that can be achieved by identifying and breaking a big habit, such as drinking alcohol. To hear more about Chris’s work and life, listen to today’s episode. 

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CHRIS BAREZ-BROWN’S LINKS

Upping Your Elvis: https://www.uppingyourelvis.com/

Clear Your Head in Just 60 Minutes: https://www.uppingyourelvis.com/talk-it-out

Oct 23, 2019

If you’re interested in a fun and versatile way to work out, you might be interested in the kettlebell. And if you are interested in learning about the kettlebell or improving your skill with the kettlebell, then today’s guest is somebody that you need to know about. 

Taco Fleur is a certified kettlebell trainer and the creator of Cavemantraining, one of the most well-known kettlebell training programs out there. In today’s episode, Taco talks about how he got into kettlebells and what it is about kettlebells, specifically, that he’s so attracted to. 

“But overall for ourselves, we enjoy the kettlebell more. It’s just so versatile.” 

Taco also talks about teaching beginners to work with kettlebells, and what kind of exercises and routines are appropriate for those just getting started. He also explains how beginners can find out what type of kettlebell they should choose for themselves. He talks about where Cavemantraining started, how long it’s been around, and where it’s going next. 

Taco also talks about his relationship and history with alcohol, and whether he’s up for another alcohol-free challenge. Listen in to hear more about Taco’s background, his work with Caveman training, and what type of kettlebell routine he would choose to do if he could focus on only one routine for 30 days in a row. 

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TACO FLEUR’S LINKS 

Cavemantraining

Cavemantraining on YouTube

Cavemantraining on Facebook

Cavemantraining on Instagram

Cavemantraining on Pinterest

Cavemantraining kettlebell training group on Facebook

Oct 9, 2019

Everyone has something that they’d like to fix about themselves, whether it’s related to their drinking habits or substance use, their professional status, their diet and exercise habits, or some other areas of their lives. But how do you get started on fixing something that’s important for you to change in your life? Today’s guest may have the answer. 

Today’s guest is Shaa Wasmund. She is an entrepreneur, public speaker, and author. In 2015 she was awarded an MBE for ‘Services to Business and Entrepreneurship’. She’s also been named one of the top 20 most influential entrepreneurs in the UK by the Sunday Times.

“If you own your own business, your business can never outgrow you. You can’t have business growth without personal growth.”

Shaa avoids alcohol and other substances scrupulously, with the exception of an occasional small sip of champagne for toasts at weddings. In today’s interview, Shaa explains her feelings about alcohol and other substances and why she avoids them. 

Today’s interview also covers Shaa’s latest book, How to Fix Your Shit. Shaa talks not only about the messages and lessons in the book, but also about her struggle to get the book written in the first place, and the difficulties involved in pursuing a creative project and seeing it through to the end.

Shaa discusses her online educational company, which focuses on teaching consultants, coaches, and others how to leverage their knowledge and skills into becoming 6-figure experts. She explains the importance of self-worth and being specific about what you want to do with your career and professional life. Listen to the episode to hear the whole conversation and learn more about what Shaa has to teach. 

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OYNB Website: https://www.oneyearnobeer.com/ 

OYNB Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Oneyearnobeer/ 

OYNB Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/199505820380513/ 

OYNB Twitter: https://twitter.com/oynbuk/ 

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Email: info@oneyearnobeer.com 

Shaa’s Links

Shaa’s Website: https://www.shaa.com

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