Go Be More Podcast

Go Be More Podcast

At Go Be More our philosophy is to be yourself, take small steps, and chase big dreams. Each week we interview inspiring guests and discuss strategies and mindsets to break out of your constraints, build positive momentum and pursue the life you were meant to be living.

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July 31, 2021 51 min

“I call it an explorative mindset for racing… ‘Let's see what I can do,’ rather than, ‘This is what I need to do.’” - Katie Zaferes

Today's guest is Katie Zaferes, a two-time Olympic Games qualifier and 2019 ITU World Triathlon Series Champion.

For Katie, the road to Tokyo has been anything but smooth. We not only explore her mindset as a world class triathlete, we also talk about what’s been going on in her life since the on...

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“I genuinely believe that we should be learning our entire life. And there's a part of me that feels excited for when I'm 78 years old, and all the things I will have learned.”

Difficult conversations can very often lead into areas of personal growth.

Lifelong runner Tina Muir doesn’t shy away from these discussions as she builds her two successful running podcasts, Running for Real and Running Realized, and continues to chal...

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“My successes tend to come after moments that felt like my biggest failures.” - Shannon Rowbury

It’s easy to view great athletes through just the lens of their training and results. But in this episode, you’ll be reminded there’s so much more to a balanced life.

Shannon authentically shares her thoughts on dance, recovery, competing, advocating, and parenting. Her intentional approach to every life endeavor is refreshing and inspirin...

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“I like to try new things and just keep bettering myself in whatever it is that I'm trying to challenge myself at the given time.”

Being a top-level athlete in an event that involves chugging beer AND running laps might sound too good to be true for most people. 

But for Chris, it’s a serious, albeit fun, reality.

Listen in as he, Jon, and Bryan chat about “pouring” (pun intended) yourself into physical challenges, entrepreneurial...

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“I didn't really have a vision. It was just like these little wins that kept me going and really inspired me to create more.” - Kelli Hashimoto

With the intent to make her friends smile, Kelli found a way to connect her artistic abilities with her love of the running community. 

And as a result, Runnergrams was born.

Listen in as she and Bryan chat about the challenges in the creative process, scaling up entrepreneurial ideas, and...

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“Find the stuff that you enjoy doing. If it's spending time with your family going to the beach, going to museums or parks or whatever, schedule all that stuff in first and then figure out how to schedule all the work stuff around that.”

As entrepreneurs, we can forget that powerful brands are usually a result of many iterations along the way. 

And successful business journeys take TIME.

Matt, Bryan, and Jon dig into this reality ...

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“Replenishing, stretching, icing, therapy, sleeping, and the mind frame are important. So for me, you know, even when you’re sleeping you’re training. I really believe it was a 24/7 job.” - Meb Keflezighi 

Today's guest is Meb Keflezighi, arguably the greatest marathoner in US history.

Meb has been someone I've looked up to for more nearly 30 years! In many ways, I've been chasing Meb ever since I became a runner. My co-h...

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“We’ve been talking a lot about goals and especially North Star goals, big goals. The reality is if you’re trying to achieve a really big goal, you’re going to have to achieve some level of mastery, some level of expertise in order to achieve it.”—Bryan Green

Are you trying to master something? 

Jon and Bryan take a deep dive into the five levels of mastery, the importance of mental representations, and the power of purposeful practi...

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“It doesn't matter how passionate we are or how much desire we have if you're doing things in a very ineffective and inefficient way. It's hard to sustain the effort. It's hard to really make progress.”—Jon Rankin 

If you believe there’s value in collaborating and positive impact through conversation, then you’ll love this episode.

Jon and Bryan recount some of the “ah-ha” moments from recent episodes—thanks to compel...

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“I can say now, I was really trying to live with intention. That's what it comes down to.  Trying to make decisions based on what felt right, what felt good, and what I think is the right step to take.”

Many admire a life lived with intention, passion, and purpose, but few dare to figure out what that looks like—and pursue it.

Dani Reyes-Acosta left an envied corporate job with Nike to determine how her passions and skill sets co...

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“We're not just thought leaders, we're practice leaders. We practice what we teach. So you have to live it.”

Some podcasts have so many nuggets of truth that you commit to listening more than once. Geoff and Bryan’s conversation is one of these.

Geoff has a system for honing in on the one thing that will bring about the best results. 

He walks Bryan through the exact ...

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“I think ideas are nothing without that grind. And it's the same with running, you can have all the talent, but you have to be able to get through the setbacks that come. Whether that's injuries or poor performance. It’s just being able to keep pushing through.”

“Giving back” is a desirable achievement but something that is not always prioritized. 

Except with Nick M...

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“For whatever reason, I had some ability that was a little bit better than average at being able to put all my eggs into that basket and deliver on a consistent basis.” --Peter Gilmore

Admiration flows out effortlessly when a person’s success results from their work ethic, perspective, and consistent application. 

In this conversation, you’ll hear about Peter Gilmore’s caree...

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“If I can get myself physically and mentally ready to go, I know I'm going to beat a lot of people that maybe I shouldn't beat, even before I get to that starting line.”—Garrett Heath

There are times when you meet someone and think, what you see is what you get. Despite their “greatness” in a particular arena of life, they STILL are so down to earth.

That describes G...

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“I always keep thinking about high jump at some level, or the technique, and part of what drew me to the event was the analysis and the refinement and trying to settle and find what is the ideal, best way to do it.”—Amy Acuff

It’s always refreshing to meet someone who approaches life with a hunger to learn and a drive to find creative ways of connecting skills with passions...

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“The thing that was most important was how I approached it psychologically… And I didn't just kind of achieve those things. I blew them out of the water.”—Jon Rankin

When placed together, reflection and conversation have an uncanny way of bringing about clarity and NEW lessons learned.

After listening to Jon and Bryan discuss goal-setting, you’ll be compelled to view your goal-setting strategies through a different filter.

(2:30) ...

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“I think a lot of times people think, 'Oh, this guy was talented from the beginning. He was crushing and dominating from the very beginning.' And that's not true. You know, it takes time to be great, no matter what you do in sport, business, life. Whatever it is you're doing, it takes time. So, you know...you can still make it, even though you're not th...

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“A leap... is something that you can build systematically into your improvement cycle and your expectations.”—Bryan Green

In a results-focused world, we can sometimes lose sight of the powerful processes that impact our goals, and shape who we become along the way.

If you’ve ever wanted to get better at, well, anything...you’ll love this conversation about Bryan’s recently published book, Make the Leap: Think Better, Train Better, Ru...

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“Because of that level of commitment, to at least one aspect of the business, it made it so much easier to commit to other aspects of the business, even if it was just chipping away at it piece by piece.” —Jon Rankin

2020 may well go down as the year that everything changed. But not all change is negative. It’s often in these challenging times that you can grow the most.

In ...

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“I don't believe we'll ever recognize our need for the light until we've seen the depth of the darkness.”—Kirk Kellerhals

Kirk Kellerhals experienced a “full-circle” moment when a woman in an email said she thought he was her son. 

After living 50-years with a missing piece to his identity-puzzle, Kirk received the gift of learning about his biological roots. Here he shares how running and faith pulled him through dark ti...

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