Episode 28

How to Make Your Passion Work for You, Not Against You

With Brad Stulberg
Episode 28

How to Make Your Passion Work for You, Not Against You

With Brad Stulberg

Peak Performance Coach. Bestselling Author. Contributing Editor at Outside Magazine. Columnist. Keynote Speaker. Researcher.

Brad Stulberg is an expert on human performance, sustainable success, health, and well-being. Brad's books, Peak Performance and The Passion Paradox, have sold more than 250,000 copies worldwide and translated into more than 15 languages. He writes the popular Do It Better column for Outside Magazine, and his work has appeared in leading publications including The New York Times, Washington Post, Wired, Forbes, Sports Illustrated, and other national and international outlets.


  • The need to merge passion with self-compassion — that's just so illuminating. Thank you. Srijit Basu
  • Thank you so much for sharing your journey and insights, Brad. Beautiful conversation. Thank you Hitendra! Peeyush Naidu
  • I relate to everything Brad said. Being passionate and mindfulness are complimentary and a must to take some distance and stay grounded in reality. Claire LG


As a peak performance coach, Brad works with executives, entrepreneurs, physicians, and athletes on their mental skills and overall well-being; has created The Growth Equation, an online platform dedicated to the art and science of a more fulfilling and sustainable kind of success, and hosts The Growth Equation Podcast along with the co-author of his books, Steve Magness. Brad is also a keynote speaker and has led workshops for leading organizations, including NASA, Nasdaq, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and more. 

 

Brad Stulberg joins us on this episode where he offers his insights on the craft of writing the internal narrative of our lives, learning to nurture our passion, to bring out the best in us, and drawing out the practical tools to prevent us from forfeiting control of our destiny in the pursuit of our passion.

“Self-awareness simply empowers you to evaluate and reevaluate how you pursue your passions. It gives you the power to choose if and when to pull back from a passion—or, alternatively, if and when to push forward, perhaps with even more fire and drive.”
Brad Stulberg

The episode "How to Make Your Passion Work for You, Not Against You" offers key insights on:

  • How can we pursue our passion in a way that creates no conflict with our personal relationships
  • Is balance an illusory pursuit when we want to go "all-in"

  • What can the science of passion tell us about how to serve all facets of our lives thoughtfully and yet give the necessary attention to our true calling

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