The Pat Flynn Show
Summary: Want to become better than most people at most things? Then the Pat Flynn Show is for you. Listen in, and learn: - How to Master The Pat Flynn Philosophy of Generalism—or why it’s better to be better at many things, not best at just one. From there, how to combine abilities to create a competitive advantage at anything you could want—a tactic known as “skill stacking.” - Obtain Knowledge Fast, Learn Any Skill Quickly—Discover the 5 Generalist principles for ultra-efficient practice sessions and study habits. - Access Interviews with Generalists the world over—The Pat Flynn show covers everything from fitness and mental health to business and writing to philosophy and theology. - Get the tools you need to become someone who outperforms, outsmarts, and outmaneuvers the pack. - Discover hands-on tools, tips, and tactics to pursue your most fulfilling life. In this podcast, get to know best-selling author, philosopher, fitness coach, musician, entrepreneur, and Catholic convert Pat Flynn as he expounds upon his theory of Generalism, a theory applicable to each and every one of us.
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EP 267: Dan John on Fast Mimicking Diets, Minimalist Training, and Books Everyone Should Read
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Sunday School: Lord, Liar, or Lunatic? - Mere Christianity Part 4
EP 265: Direct Arm Training, Best Way to Gain Strength, and What Does Form Matter?
EP 264: Why Fasting Is Something EVERYONE Should Do, How to Avoid Pandering, and Some Thoughts on Notre Dame
EP 263: Improving Pull Up Strength, Religion and Mental Health, and Online Marketing Advice
EP 262: What Does It Take to Get Six Pack Abs?
Sunday School: My Journey to Faith Retold - An Interview on Classical Theism
EP 261: The Case Against Snacking
EP 260: Dualism vs Christianity, and the Devil - Mere Christianity Part 3
EP 259: Principles Every Person Should Live By
EP 258: Fitness Suggestions From a Former Fat Kid
Sunday School: What Does God Expect Of Us?
EP 257: Keto and Fasting, Pressing Heavier Kettlebells, and Muscle vs Fat