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Compete Every Day with Jake Thompson | A Show for Driven People

The show for driven people who want to be great. Discover how you can build the mindset + skills required to WIN your career, training + life each week with Compete Every Day's Jake Thompson. Learn what mental, habitual, & physical systems elite performers use to succeed in their professional and personal lives. Our episodes are motivating - but they go beyond a fire that fades by providing actual takeaways listeners can implement to build their own winning mindset to succeed in their career, fitness, relationships, and life. For more information on how you can lead better + achieve more, visit CompeteEveryDay.com.
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May 30, 2017

Side Hustle Fuel

Compete Every Day Ambassador, Paige Martindell is joining us on the podcast today. I asked her on specifically to share her story of side hustling while working full time.

Paige followed her passion into creative design and took a job at Fossil after college while she started building up her side hustle. She later left Fossil to join StudioHop, a startup in Dallas, and has continued to build her personal brand.

Our discussion focuses on an alternative to the ‘burn all your bridges’ approach to entrepreneurship and how Paige instead hustled her way to develop a business. Paige goes into side hustling, pushing back perfectionism, finding creative inspiration, and so much more.

May 23, 2017

Pour into Your Passion

Ben Kenyon from the Portland Trail Blazers and YOUnique Podcast joins us today. He’s an inspired leader and advocate of purposeful movement.

From playing basketball to working as a performance coach, Ben has been on an incredible journey. In this episode, he shares what it was like to go from athlete to desiring to be the best trainer he could be.

Ben shares his thoughts on how to get to the highest level of success, finding satisfaction in your career and passion, and life.

May 16, 2017

Taking on New Challenges

Today, I’m joined by former NFL cornerback Terrence Wheatley. Terrence works as a Camp Director with the Dallas Cowboys and the Dallas Cowboys Academy camps.

Terrence knows how easy it is to get our identities wrapped up in our performance. As an NFL player who transitioned out of the league, he has advice for anyone going through a similar transition whether it be having to retire from competition or a chaotic career. Terrance shares his wisdom on moving into a new chapter with us.

In this episode we talk about how Terrence got to where he is today, what he teaches kids at the Dallas Cowboys Academy, and preparing for a transition.

May 9, 2017

Steph Gaudreau was a high school teacher for 12 years before she started her blog, Stupid Easy Paleo. It began as a way to share her recipes and soon took off as she taught people to modify their diets and implement strength training.

Today, Steph goes by strength trainer, nutritionist and zombie slayer. She hosts the Harder to Kill Radio podcast and leads the Women’s Strength Summit which runs this year from May 15-21.

Steph shares what inspired her to create the Women’s Strength Summit and what she wants for women around the world. We talk about finding your own way to health and happiness, body image, and how we show up in the world.

May 2, 2017

What’s it going to be?

Too often our words and actions speak of "one day," when things are better or timing is perfect. In today's episode, Jake Thompson talks about the idea of "one day" and the downfalls that thinking can lead to. You'll be encouraged in your journey and challenged to consider making today "Day One," and start taking action now.

One day or Day One. You choose.

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