Make Life Epic Podcast with Jim Simcoe
About This Show
Check out the Make Life Epic Podcast w/Jim Simcoe to learn how to be happier and more successful in every area of your life. Learn how to build confidence & self-esteem; find your purpose and make your relationship fantastic.
The show is an optimistic and humorous look at life and how to make the most of it. Show guests are everyday people doing amazing things. Past guests have included a sex therapist, a best selling author, a Costa Rican yoga retreat CEO, two crossfit gym experts, a fitness blogger, etc.
Geared for the Gen X Generation (and the people who love them) you’ll learn life lessons from the music of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tupac, Stevie Wonder, etc. You’ll see what sports gods like Tom Brady, Serena Williams, Michael Jordan all have in common and how you can apply it in your life.
The show tackles common challenges we all face like how to get unstuck in life; how to build trust in your relationship; finding your life’s purpose, etc. It's your time so let's get epic!
Host Jim Simcoe is a Gen Xer and the author of Hero Up: Unleash your Inner Hero and Make Life Epic. He’s a father, husband, surfer, RHCP fanatic and fish taco lover. He lives two miles from the beach in San Diego. Follow him at: @JimSimcoe on Twitter. For guest considerations, email Jim@jimepicallday.com.
Most Recent Episode
How to Run a Half Marathon (and why you should do it)
You can train and run a half-marathon. You may think you can’t but I believe you can. On today’s podcast you’ll hear how I was able to train and run a half marathon successfully despite a multitude of injuries (past & present) and despite utilizing a training program that was largely devoid of running. You’ll learn from Tricia Moore, my coach, on how you can train and run a half marathon successfully no matter what physical shape you’re in, past injuries you have, etc. She lays out the foundation for training as well as her beliefs on why running a race can be so empowering for anyone. I’m living proof of someone who’s not designed to run: I’m slow & have messed up knees & back from sports; 47 years old; a few extra lbs and a general dislike of running:) Yet I run races for the insane sense of accomplishment at the end. I run for the runner’s high, I run for the freedom and I run to feel better about myself. You can too. So if you have any interest in building self-confidence & creating a life where you are the superhero, then listen to this podcast. Tricia breaks down the steps to go from couch to race. Honestly it’s probably easier than you think and it’s totally worth it. Because signing up for and completing a half marathon is not only within your reach, it’s also one of the best things you can do for yourself. Check out the show..