Episode 336: Brad Stulberg and Shalane Flanagan – The Practice of Groundedness

Brad Stulberg and Shalane Flanagan are on the show today! 

Brad is a researcher, a writer, and a coach on human performance, sustainable success, and wellbeing. He was on the podcast previously talking about his book the Passion Paradox. He has also written Peak Performance and his newest book is The Practice of Groundedness that just dropped this week! Brad’s work has appeared in The NY Times, Wired, The Wallstreet Journal, Washington Post, LA Times, NY Magazine, Forbes, Sports Illustrated and other national and international outlets. He works with executives, entrepreneurs, physicians, and athletes in his practice. He is the co-creator of The Growth Equation, an online platform dedicated to defining and attaining a more fulfilling and sustaining kind of success. One of the athletes that Brad has worked with over the years is Shalane Flanagan.

Shalane is a 4-time Olympian, an Olympic Silver Medalist, and the 2018 NYC Marathon Champion. She is also an American Record Holder. She is a two time NY Times Bestselling Author for her cookbooks. She wrote Run Fast Eat Slow and soon her and her co-author are releasing their newest book Rise and Run.

Show notes:

Shalane on Instagram

Brad on Twitter

The Practice of Groundedness

The Growth Equation

Bonus part of the conversation on Patreon

The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave

Crossing the Unknown Sea by David Whyte

Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach

Rise and Run by Shalane Flanagan and Elyse Kopecky

Run Fast Eat Slow by Shalane Flanagan and Elyse Kopecky

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Comments

  1. Jarrod

    Episode 336 was terrible. First off, did he really do research? Some of what he said is not in line with APA published research. Also, he sounded like a whiny moron. Half of what he said was common sense, the other half was idiotic.

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