Science of Success Podcast – Embracing Discomfort

The Science of Success

Do you want to understand more about your own thoughts and motivations? Do you wish you had a better understanding of what motivates other people and drives their decisions? Has psychology always fascinated you, but you’ve been missing a way to apply those lessons practically in your day-to-day life?

The Science of Success is my new podcast and I have teamed up with RedOrbit.com to explore the mindset of success, the psychology of performance, and how to get the most out of your daily life.

With gripping examples, concrete explanations of psychological research, interviews with scientists and experts, and practical ways to apply these lessons in your own life, the Science of Success is a must listen for anyone interested in growth, learning, personal development, and psychology.

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On this week’s “The Science of Success” I explore one of the most crucial elements of leading a successful life: moving through discomfort. It’s human tendency to want to avoid things that make us feel awkward, and most of us do. But that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the right thing. We will discuss two tricks that can help you move through discomfort and, if practiced enough, actively cultivate the ability to seek and embrace discomfort.

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Matt Bodnar

Matt loves to focus on making deals and big picture strategy. He sets out each day to give more than he takes from every interaction and produce as much value as possible for his partners and the people he works with. As a partner at Fresh Hospitality Matt invests in and operates businesses across the restaurant value chain including agriculture, production, retail distribution, real estate, technology and restaurant operations. Matt previously worked as an import/export consultant in Nanjing, China and spent several years on the Interest Rates Desk at Goldman Sachs before returning to his family roots in Nashville.

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