Sep 23, 2019
Bryan Falchuk, CPT BCS is a life and executive coach, public
speaker, C-level executive and the best-selling author of Do a Day,
in which he teaches people how to overcome challenges and achieve
goals. Bryan spent most of his life obese and overcome by anxiety
until he discovered the approach to change all that – Do a Day.
Using Do A Day, Bryan was able to break from this pattern to live a
life of consistent, unending health and wellness, and works to
share what he’s learned with others seeking a happier, more
complete existence. As Bryan says, people don’t change, lives do.
His goal is to help people change their lives.
Bryan’s work has appeared in many major publications like the LA
Times, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, Inc. Magazine and more, and
he has been featured as a guest on over 100 podcasts and radio
shows. He has also shared his message across many stages, including
multiple TEDx events.
In this episode we dive into:
- The catalyst for Byans “Do A Day” podcast and book.
- Our habit as humans to seek comfort, and the negative reactions
people can subconsciously have when going through catastrophic life
- Bryan’s struggle with childhood obesity, including the mental
and physical struggles, and the initial trauma that triggered
- How to spark the mindset shift and take action without having
to experience a life threatening trauma or event.
- Seeing value in ourselves first and why self love is more
important than seeking external validation.
- How to go deeper even deeper in finding our “why”.
- The power in asking ourselves questions and why the most simple
questions are often the hardest to reflect on and truthfully
- How many of us are using things like food and work as a means
- The pressures we put upon children and the flawed concept to
have them choose their life path at a young age.
- Bryan’s “Do A Days” process and what that looks like as a
- How to make purposeful decisions today regardless of your
yesterdays and tomorrows.