Mike Simpson is an Army Ranger, former Special Forces Operator, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner, and MMA enthusiast. He is a board certified Emergency Medicine physician, and a ringside doctor in the state of Texas. Throughout his 31 year military career, he has deployed into numerous combat zones as both a Special Forces Operator and as a Physician, most recently with deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. When not practicing medicine or teaching, Mike can be found riding his Harley, or on the mat pursuing his blue belt in BJJ.
In this episode, you will learn:
- Training for a success mindset
- You may be strong…. but are you tough?
- Strive for progress, not perfection
- MMA Athletes vs Special forces
- 3 Ways to become a better man
- The importance of not being a good loser
- Differences between internal and external motivation
- Why you should be happy you’ve reached your breaking point
- How to boost your testosterone
- Why military service can serve as a rite of passage
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