Spartan Up! Motivation from Spartan Race
About This Show
Chasing the secrets to success
Spartan Race founder & CEO and NY Times best-selling author Joe De Sena travels the globe seeking and answers from experts like Sir Richard Branson, Steve Pressfield, Barbell Shrugged, and many more. Joe’s interviews with authors, academics, athletes, adventurers, CEOs and thought leaders will shift your thinking, make you laugh and and give you the tools you need. He’s on a mission to find the secrets to success in all aspects of life. Not only does Joe interview epic people, he has brought together an amazing panel to break down and analyze every aspect of these interviews. We give you the ultimate blueprint and action steps to assimilating these powerful conversations into your own life.
Most Recent Episode
100: The 7 Best Spartan UP! Interviews
7 days ago
One hundred episodes in, Joe, Delle, Johnny, Colonel Nye and Sefra talk about the guests that resonated with them the most. Spartan UP! has interviewed writers, athletes, generals, monks, CEOs, entrepreneurs, nutritionists, farmers, lawyers, doctors, explorers...to garner their unique spin on what it takes to succeed. There have been one hundred different answers, one hundred stories on how to live a fulfilling life, but many common threads. These inspiring people are telling us it’s okay to be afraid, but not to live in fear, to have a why, but live in the moment, and to find a passion (or passions) and follow it with all we got. Lessons from 100 Episodes: 1. Have a why. 2. Life is a series of moments. Live each one. 3. A challenging life is a satisfying life. 4. The first step to success is getting off the couch. 5. Surround yourself with good, supportive people. Lose those who aren’t. 6. Persevere, but if you find yourself on the wrong path, be prepared to go a different direction. 7. Aim to be a whole person, mind, body and soul. 8. Those who succeed aren’t afraid to fail, often. 9. Experiences are much more valuable than things. 10. Whatever you are doing, no matter how big or small, commit to it wholly.