Sensible Athlete Podcast Ep. 169 – Tim Perreira

November 4, 2022 0 Comments


[00:00:00] That’s it’s all BS, proper? As a result of what you’re doing once you do one thing like that, like, nicely, I’ll simply use that instance. Like once you if you happen to do say, “Oh, I’m mad as a result of this man reduce me off,” like that’s why I’m offended. What you’re doing is you’re giving your energy to any person else. You’re giving your energy of your psychological state. So your capacity to manage your individual feelings, you will have now provided that energy to one thing exterior of you. So by saying, I’m mad, this man reduce me off your — that man has energy over your inside world. And we don’t notice that we need to blame some. And it’s simply it’s a blame mentality. So I believe first, folks want to know, like, what occurred has no which means. A automotive moved in entrance of one other automotive going totally different miles an hour.

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Jesse: [00:01:31] Welcome to the Sensible Athlete Podcast. I’m your host Jesse Funk. My visitor at this time is a former Division II baseball participant, so possibly we’ll speak baseball and he can train me about why I ought to be watching or enjoying baseball because it was by no means actually my sport however did belong to each my father, nephew, and brother. So clearly I’m lacking one thing. He’s the founding father of PER Wellness, which is peak efficiency and well being optimization teaching for Males. You could find him on Instagram @per.wellness. Should you’re on the YouTube model, we’ve bought a hyperlink down within the description. You could find him on YouTube or you’ll find him on LinkedIn. Welcome to the present, Tim Perreira.

Tim: [00:02:14] And thanks a lot for having me. I’m excited to get into it at this time.

Jesse: [00:02:20] Thanks for coming again. Effectively, I assume coming again we talked the opposite day once we speak for like a half hour, we’re simply chatting. So sorry to inform you these you missed on that fascinating dialog. It’s fascinating, I assume, to me, we talked numerous like small enterprise stuff.

[00:02:38] So I assume I’ll begin off with form of what I used to be asking about or speaking about within the intro. What am I lacking with baseball? I’ve at all times felt like possibly I simply don’t perceive. I form of consider it like, not fairly, however virtually like 12-tone system, which is atonal music if you happen to’re not acquainted, principally there’s like no sense of melody or key or […]. I at all times simply say, possibly I’m simply not mature sufficient to know 12-tone system.

[00:03:08] So I form of suppose baseball on the identical manner. Like clearly tons of individuals watch baseball. There’s numerous curiosity in it. I haven’t ever, like, discovered my footing. Assist me out, Tim. From the within out. Assist me out. Determine. What are you awaiting?

Tim: [00:03:25] Let me begin with this. Very first thing is it’s completely okay to not be into sure sports activities. There are particular sports activities I watch the place I used to be like, it’s simply not for me. And there’s different ones the place I really like them and I dig them. So we’re saying that, and I do suppose it’s value addressing the present challenges that baseball is up towards transferring ahead with the present tradition we dwell in. I imply, the place all the pieces is immediate gratification, individuals are sitting on their telephones or getting dings.

[00:03:51] And all the pieces in baseball historically has been a gradual sport. And there’s much more chest to it. There’s much less offense, you already know, there’s not a ton of motion. There’s much more technique. There’s technique in each sport, clearly, however it takes some time to play out. And so I believe what baseball is doing is attempting to react to that or sustain with the instances. And so I’m tremendous this upcoming yr they’ve made adjustments to hopefully assist tempo of play to hopefully assist enhance offensive manufacturing inside the recreation.

[00:04:28] Clearly, issues like to forestall accidents, which you’ve seen numerous sports activities do lately, you already know, basketball has performed it. Whether or not they’re altering how fouls are referred to as, soccer has performed it. So that you’re seeing more healthy gamers, you’re seeing extra offense. These sports activities don’t essentially have a charge of play or tempo of play problem, however we’ve even seen it internationally with cricket they usually’ve performed some issues to select up the tempo a bit bit.

[00:04:54] So pitch clock, inning clock with baseball limiting shifts to put on, defensive shifts to primarily make it so you’ll be able to’t stack one facet of the sphere for hitters which have tendency to hit there. And so just a few minor adjustments, I believe that can make the sport a bit bit extra entertaining for the lay particular person.

[00:05:15] And what I additionally seen, I used to be simply at a Padres recreation this final week. I used to be in attendance as a result of there was a serious milestone being approached by one of many opposing gamers going to hit 700 residence runs the place it’s an unique membership, I consider solely three different gamers. So would have simply been a large, large day, you already know, to have the ability to see that.

[00:05:33] And — however I seen they had been enjoying music between pitches by way of the loudspeakers and it jogged my memory of basketball, NBA video games when like the blokes dribbling up they usually’re enjoying music to interact the group. And I used to be like, “Oh man!” I’m like, I’m form of like, it will get me like, extra into the sport a bit bit, so we’ll see. So what you’re lacking?

[00:05:53] And, you already know, I imply, there’s numerous technique concerned behind the sport. There’s numerous intricacies. There’s numerous unwritten guidelines. So it may be — I say this after I after I would go to video games with a few of my mates born in different international locations and attempting to clarify to them simply a few of the fundamentals and the chess items being moved round. So I don’t know, there’s numerous flash and different sports activities that you just’re getting. So it’s I don’t know if I may persuade any person to go from not liking baseball to liking it.

Jesse: [00:06:23] You recognize, I’m not — The factor is that, like I believe it’s honest to say you stated, you already know, you don’t have to love all sports activities. Some sports activities you’d watch, you don’t like. I can watch a distance race on the observe and have an interest as a result of there’s issues occurring inside that pack that folks aren’t essentially taking note of or pacing methods and all these form of issues. It comes with form of an intimate data of the game, whereas most individuals are like, That is boring as hell. We’re simply watching folks run round an oval.

Tim: [00:06:52] Yeah.

Jesse: [00:06:53] So I believe that’s what I’m extra after is like, What am I lacking there? I’m glad you talked about cricket as a result of that jogged my memory of I spoke with two cricketers from South Africa Mangaliso Mosehle and Lwandiswa Zuma on varied episodes. I don’t know off the highest of my head what their episode numbers had been. So if you happen to’re all for cricket within the sooner model T20, the adjustments and what they’re attempting to do, return and hearken to these episodes in my catalog.

[00:07:22] However that’s positively like a consideration, proper? Is simply understanding your viewers and I believe this is without doubt one of the conversations I had with them is like. Check cricket versus T20 traditional cricket versus new discovered cricket or no matter. There’s I do know there’s going to be some those that at all times go like. The previous model’s the higher model.

Tim: [00:07:51] Positive.

Jesse: [00:07:52] Proper? There’s there’s historical past. There’s all these form of issues. And I believe it’s a bit troublesome to argue towards that in some sense as a result of. We’re particularly stat pushed within the US proper the place we go, like particularly baseball. Very stat pushed. And once you begin tweaking issues, how related are these stats to love pre tweak any extra and then you definitely get arguments in there and possibly that’s what makes the sports activities extra enjoyable for some folks which might be actually into that stuff.

Tim: [00:08:29] Yeah.

Jesse: [00:08:31] However yeah, attempting to cater to your viewers, I believe is unquestionably a problem for sports activities since you nonetheless need to, like, hold the sport honest and hold it fascinating. I imply. Yeah. I simply it’s a troublesome problem for certain. I really feel like I believed for a very long time, such as you say, baseball is America’s pastime. I’m like, I believe soccer is America’s pastime, like. It simply looks like it will get extra hype.

[00:09:02] However I don’t know if it’s as a result of baseball has so many extra video games than soccer that like the thrill will get compacted or what it’s, however it’ll be fascinating to see the adjustments. I do know they had been discussing a few of the adjustments to baseball on the radio the opposite morning. I solely form of half listened to since I don’t have that a lot of that historical past. Yeah, however I believe possibly that is incorrect. I believe they’re saying one thing about like altering the dimensions of the bases for, like, participant security or one thing like that.

Tim: [00:09:33] Yeah, three-inch enhance.

Jesse: [00:09:34] Yeah. So one of many critiques they’d was one thing about like residence plate’s not truly altering measurement but. That’s like the place most collisions happen. So are you truly rising participant security? I don’t know. So simply utilizing this as a possibility to ask any person who is aware of greater than me like your opinion, I assume.

Tim: [00:09:57] With the house plate factor specifically, it’s positively fascinating. I believe what baseball is doing now could be they’re open to different issues. So if the bases, the enlarge bases appear to work and it’s acquired nicely, then they’re going to contemplate what’s up with the plate. You recognize, they’re going to see what’s occurring. They’ve performed some issues previously. They alter the principles about the place the catcher could be accumulating a ball to get them out of the lane, as a result of earlier than they used to have the ability to block the plate and that’s when these runners had been capable of railroad the catchers and no matter.

[00:10:26] I believe one thing to consider too, for the those that don’t like change or suppose it’s higher a method like this man goes all the way down to or comes again to love our wiring and our biology of our thoughts. I imply, folks like to or one, we hate uncertainty, you already know, at a core elementary stage like our minds need to predict and defend. After which additionally our ego likes to be proper.

[00:10:48] And so the concept that, for one, we don’t know what’s going to occur with rule adjustments, we don’t like the concept of uncertainty. We’re like, no, however I do know baseball how it’s. And so what we don’t do and that is the case for all the pieces in life however is like we don’t enable ourselves the chance to pause, acknowledge that that’s actually a limiting perception, but additionally be like, “Okay, nicely, how may it’s higher with these rule adjustments, for one?” Proper.

[00:11:13] So the uncertainty there after which we need to be proper like we love baseball, how it’s, let’s say, on this instance, this particular person. And it’s scary for us. And once more, at a very core, this isn’t occurring at a acutely aware stage, however it’s scary for us to maybe be mistaken about it, maybe be mistaken that possibly baseball is definitely higher off with these adjustments. You recognize, identical factor occurred with the three level line. Within the NBA guidelines which have modified within the NFL.

[00:11:41] I imply, there’s been guidelines in each sport which have modified in each single time. It’s the identical, you already know, identical those that need issues a sure manner or need to hold it. Nevertheless it’s so nice how it’s. And clearly numerous these adjustments have made the respective sports activities superior. So simply realizing that we’re folks to love man, we don’t like uncertainty and we need to feed our ego and feed our thoughts that, you already know, it’s proper about what its present beliefs are.

Jesse: [00:12:04] Effectively, I imply, that form of touches on what you do daily. I believe a bit bit is like serving to folks work out easy methods to be higher. After which that. That uncertainty is such a driver that we’re like, I used to have this idea that like folks had been pushed extra by concern than by reward. And I don’t understand how correct that’s, however simply extra of a I’d reasonably keep away from that factor we’re afraid of than do one thing and go in direction of the factor that I need, like avoiding ache versus searching for pleasure. And one other technique to form of phrase that and that nearly looks like like a microcosm of, of that, the place it’s like. You already take pleasure in this factor. Proper? Baseball on this case?

Tim: [00:12:57] Yeah.

Jesse: [00:12:57] You already benefit from the factor. You’ve gotten this modicum of delight. You’ll be able to activate the sport, you watch it, you’ve bought your little time slot. You recognize, win or lose, you discover some enjoyment out of it. After which, “oh, we’re altering it.” It might take it away from you that now it pushes you in direction of that concern or discomfort facet, and also you go like, I already like this now. I don’t need the rest. However as you stated, what if you happen to may take pleasure in it much more versus simply attempting to keep away from the like this imaginary concern, at the very least, at the very least imaginary, till the adjustments truly happen. And also you see what occurs. It’s an anticipated imaginary concern.

Tim: [00:13:47] Yeah. All fears are imaginary. Proper? The longer term’s not actual. We’re simply we’re not afraid of occasions occurring sooner or later. We’re afraid of our creativeness. That’s projecting issues sooner or later. And I believe to your level about, are folks motivated by concern of reward, I truly suppose it comes all the way down to the identical elementary factor.

[00:14:02] As a result of if you happen to’re motivated by concern, you already know, you’re afraid of one thing occurring. And in the end that may be a results of a perception or oftentimes a sense of lack or a void. And if individuals are motivated by reward they usually put what I consider like once you’re striving for one thing otherwise you’re going for an consequence the place folks actually get it mistaken, I believe numerous the instances or the place are they? What causes struggling, I ought to say — and I actually suppose there’s proper and mistaken — is that they’re placing their well-being, their psychological state, how they really feel, the power to have fun, the power to be bummed in an exterior consequence.

[00:14:38] And so in the event that they’re searching for a reward, they’re saying, like, “Hey, as soon as I get this reward, then I’ll be blissful, you already know, then I’ll be excited.” So for one and oftentimes what occurs is once you’re searching for a reward, once you’re motivated by reward, what that’s actually telling you at a core elementary stage is that you just don’t really feel sufficient the place you’re and who you’re within the present second. So even nonetheless, the reward, the aim of searching for that reward is to fill a void that’s most likely layers and layers and layers deep and it doesn’t seem to be that. Proper?

[00:15:12] So it’s simply fascinating that I don’t know, I believed it was an fascinating level that that was one of many first stuff you introduced up. However that’s at the very least how I see it and I see it in numerous the blokes that we work with or that I work with. And it’s, yeah, it’s at all times fascinating to form of get, you already know, get to the basis of the place that’s truly coming from.

Jesse: [00:15:31] Why? It is a theme I talked about and I exploit myself for example, my very own punching bag, so to talk, as a result of you already know I’ve positively struggled with that over time. Or it’s like, I imply, even lately, it’s identical to I’ve bought these targets and I need to work laborious and attempt to obtain them. And I believe by getting there like that can deliver happiness or no matter, no matter factor I’ve contrived in my thoughts residing sooner or later as an alternative of residing within the current.

[00:15:58] After which simply in the previous few weeks, I’ve actually form of stepped again and like you already know this isn’t working. What I’m doing proper now isn’t working. Let’s restructure and take a look at to determine how extra balanced I don’t know if is the correct phrase, however simply work out a technique to discover some contentment now whilst you proceed to hunt the factor. In any other case, I imply, you might spend the whole lot of your life discontented attempting to go after the factor that you could be or could not get.

Tim: [00:16:30] Proper.

Jesse: [00:16:32] And this comes up in form of entrepreneurial circles lots, however I believe is relevant to anyone like that if you happen to aren’t capable of finding some contentment or achievement or happiness, nonetheless you desire a little bit of pleasure, no matter it’s the place you are actually, doubtless you’re nonetheless going to be discontented once you get to wherever you’re going since you don’t admire the issues you have already got.

[00:17:06] You’ll doubtless adapt. I imply, it’s an entrepreneur circles. Discuss concerning the hedonic treadmill. So folks enhance their wealth, they’re making more cash, they purchase extra issues. They adapt to that new stage of wealth and shopping for, and thus they want extra to maintain feeding this. Rat race mentality of increasingly more consumption. And that’s the place the happiness comes from. So.

Tim: [00:17:35] Yeah. If you consider it this fashion, makes a very easy being content material is a frame of mind. It’s not a results of reaching outcomes. We’re getting extra issues or getting a greater job or rising or earnings to X. Then as soon as I try this, then I’ll be content material. The issue with that we’re saying earlier is once you place your contentment, your happiness, no matter, into an exterior occasion occurring by which you don’t have any management over, you’re robbing your self of feeling that manner presently.

[00:18:08] And so if you happen to’re saying, yeah, okay, as soon as I get my enterprise to 10 million, then I’ll be man then I’ll have made it proper. By no means occurs. Ask any enterprise, anyone who has set that form of objective, they get there in every week later. They’re like, “Okay, nicely, that was rad. However yeah, I’m nonetheless feeling how I really feel.” So simply understanding that feeling content material, being blissful is a frame of mind and it’s not a results of what you’ve amassed or what you’ve achieved in life.

[00:18:34] And one of many cool, if you happen to speak about objective setting and whatnot, one of many easy workouts to suppose by way of that may be powerful for folks is how do you outline success? And you’ll’t use your one rule. You’re not allowed to make use of outcomes. You’re not allowed to say “success can be as soon as I hit $5 million a yr in my enterprise” or “as soon as I get discover, discover my dream partner” or “as soon as I’ve”, you already know, no matter. So. So outline success. Work to outline success to your day, your life, your week, no matter it’s, and do it with out utilizing any outcomes or outcomes.

Jesse: [00:19:17] So stroll us by way of that. And I assume, what does that appear to be for you? As a result of once we talked earlier than the recording final time, we had been speaking about form of the way in which you began with the enterprise and the pivot. And I believe you’re in a happier, extra contented state of affairs now. So, you already know, if you happen to’re doing that train for your self, how does that work out?

Tim: [00:19:43] Yeah. So I’ll rewind to me simply a few years in the past after I was struggling. So what occurred? I used to be in tech gross sales a very long time. I went by way of numerous the stuff you see folks and never simply tech gross sales, numerous jobs. However that is simply what I talk about lots as a result of it’s the one factor I’m actually acquainted with.

[00:19:58] However the burnout, the infinite spinning of wheels on or spinning of tires or the hamster wheel, no matter you need to name it, and chasing sure benchmarks or checking packing containers. So whether or not it’s getting promoted or getting a nicer house or lastly shopping for the automotive that your coworkers have or getting once more, getting a title or making a sure sum of money, getting inventory choices, no matter it’s. And it turns into this infinite cycle of. Mainly saying to ourselves, we could not articulate it this fashion, however that is the way it feels the place we go, okay, as soon as I write, I bought this promotion. As soon as I get the following one, then I’ll be, then I’ll be good.

[00:20:40] In order that was how I outline success for a very long time, I used to be attempting to purchase a spot in San Francisco. I used to be attempting to grow to be VP of Gross sales. I had simply purchased a brand new forerunner, in order that field was checked and in the end what it led to was once more, burnout. I went by way of 4 years of despair. I moved cities 4 instances in 4 years with — I moved complete 17 instances in 12 years. You recognize, once more, altering jobs and simply increasingly more turning into sad, despite the fact that I used to be making good cash. So I knew clearly cash wasn’t the factor.

[00:21:12] And I primarily had a get up. I ended up getting fired from my job a few months into the pandemic only for probably not performing nicely. And I noticed it coming. I simply wasn’t motivated. I wasn’t fired up. I wasn’t I had no objective. I positively wasn’t fulfilled, definitely wasn’t blissful. I imply, I used to be depressed. And so what it pressured me to do was reevaluate the state of affairs. And I had this concept, I used to be like, man, I heard this quote.

[00:21:38] This was form of my epiphany after I heard this quote, “Every thing in our lives is simply objectively impartial.” While you take a look at it from a factual standpoint, all which means comes from our personal thoughts, and it was only a get up name for me to be like, Okay, man, all of the strikes I did, all of the positions I used to be in, all of the eventualities I put myself in, my challenges with bosses or clients or gross sales orgs or no matter I used to be the fixed. And, and so it didn’t change in a single day. However primarily what it did is it gave me a path ahead the place I stated, to ensure that me to get out of this huge rut, rut might be underneath describing it.

[00:22:17] However the rut I used to be in, I used to be like, I have to essentially change my beliefs, how I view the world, how I view myself, my expectations for myself and have a greater relationship with myself, and so on. So I needed to scrape all the pieces clear, proper? And so I labored on man, how am I considering now? What are ideas that hold popping up, that aren’t serving me, aren’t serving to me really feel blissful all through the day? And a kind of is like, I’m not going to really feel sufficient. I’m not going to really feel like I’m worthy of being in a room of friends till I get this promotion, till I make greater than my mates, till I’m capable of purchase a home like all my mates have.

[00:22:54] And it’s an infinite recreation. And it’s, it’s actually unhappy at a core stage. I do know lots of people have actually, actually comparable fears or ideas that go on. And so what it got here again to was how can I begin to shift and deal with I consider happiness and to 2 issues as one, aligning your self with a with a a lot better objective in having a imaginative and prescient to your life and dealing for that daily and having one thing you actually imagine in.

[00:23:22] And that might present up in your profession. It may present up in hobbies. It may present up in conversations. It may simply present up and the way you father or mother your youngsters. And the second is, is discovering little duties throughout the day to, once more, both deliver happiness or outline success. So I deliver up happiness as a result of for me, happiness had been very elusive the final 4 years. So a part of me figuring out what success meant for me was, let’s get again to doing issues that domesticate happiness. I do know I — cash, will not be it? I’ve made loads of cash previous few years, definitely sufficient to warrant a stage of happiness and it didn’t deliver it.

[00:23:59] And the way can I additionally begin aligning myself with that better imaginative and prescient? What I at all times wished to do is begin my very own firm. I’ve been obsessive about well being and wellness ever since I used to be 14 years previous, began coaching for baseball. I, you already know, I grew to become obsessive about vitamin after ending enjoying faculty baseball as a result of I placed on some weight, drink and pizza and beer, going to blissful hours for the primary time and whatnot. So I simply had been obsessive about it. So I used to be like, I might love to assist folks with this and assist guys with this as a result of I do know it nicely.

[00:24:26] And I simply it’s an enormous ardour, so how can I begin creating one thing in my life that aligns with that? And so to lastly get to your query is like, how do I outline success for myself? It takes a heck of numerous consciousness on analyzing what it’s I actually need, analyzing my limiting beliefs and what’s getting in my manner of permitting myself to be blissful and attempting to catch myself after I’m like, okay, man, if I solely had new sneakers like that man, I might really feel assured strolling round. And imagine it or not, like, these are actual ideas that come up that folks have that we could not catch in real-time.

[00:25:01] However so actually attempting to catch myself and query motives round after I say I need one thing, okay, why do I need that? What’s vital to me? What’s it going to deliver me? “Oh, what I’m actually saying is that’s going to make me really feel higher about myself.” And so what I have to work on is my relationship with myself, which all comes again to our unconscious and unconscious conditioning and all these tales we’ve been telling ourselves our complete life that aren’t mandatory or aren’t true. And so in the end be taught to outline success by little issues that I need to do daily that make me blissful within the second.

[00:25:35] Waking up early. Making a pour over espresso with recent floor beans from my favourite roastery. Little issues studying each morning for 60 minutes, taking a chilly bathe as a result of it makes me really feel like I’m shot out of a cannon. Whereas it may be uncomfortable within the second, it’s like, no, now I can go work on one thing, beginning to write extra, attain out to folks, have conversations about psychological well being and bodily well being.

[00:25:58] So these are little issues I simply arrange and I used to be like, okay, if I can do three issues on this record each single day. That’s an unimaginable day. After which I began. Then I gained’t go into these but. I’ll pause, however creating benchmarks for the way I need to really feel daily, how I need to deal with others, how I need to deal with myself like do I need inside peace or endurance? It was an enormous theme of mine that got here up. So setting these little intentions to be like, man, if I make it by way of the day and I’m simply affected person and I didn’t react to issues how I used to react to issues two months in the past, that’s a win. After which consequently, what finally ends up occurring is you simply form of naturally have the previous outcomes or success that we use to outline.

Jesse: [00:26:43] Heaps to absorb. No, it’s nice. It’s identical to a number of totally different ideas. And I’m like, how do I go away all of them in? I assume I’ll make one remark after which ask a query. I. I do know. I assume for myself it’s really easy to get distracted. Like I at all times point out. Like I’ve shiny object syndrome fairly unhealthy. I at all times have to love, come again in and focus like that is what we’re doing. Like cease doing all this stuff.

[00:27:14] And I believe that’s simple to go to have shiny object syndrome particularly when our like shoppers tradition with what’s happiness and the way do we discover it or how do we discover contentment? What are the form of core tenets? I assume for me, possibly not for everyone, though I in some methods I believe it’s a comparatively common theme is that the fundamentals of a contented life begin with, to me, the three F’s. Associates, household and meals. They usually usually go collectively prefer it’s you’ll be able to actually tie that collectively as saying it’s a social factor. Like you will have connections you can depend on.

[00:27:57] I embody meals as a result of like I imply, if you happen to suppose like anthropologically meals brings us collectively, we share a meal, whether or not it’s with our household or with our mates. Vacation, like. You recognize, there’s additionally you too can make an argument for ingesting tradition, however that’s a bit totally different. However you may group it in meals, I assume. In order that form of brings it collectively. So I assume possibly remark that. However I did additionally need to ask you when you have learn the guide or heard of the idea of Ikigai, which is like attempting to align on all 4 rules about what you’re good at, what you will get paid for. I’m not going to recollect all 4 of them, however —

Tim: [00:28:44] What you’re obsessed with.

Jesse: [00:28:45] What you’re obsessed with. And also you’re proper. It’s like there’s 4 corners of issues within the middle of that Venn diagram is like, that is the factor that what makes you possibly what makes you cheerful is possibly I’ve to look it up, however actually nice guide. Anyway, I used to be simply curious. Clearly you’ve heard about it, however simply your method is appears complete particular person. Like that. In order that’s at all times curious.

Tim: [00:29:13] Yeah. The very first thing on meals, I believe it’s huge, proper? If there’s one thing referred to as the self-realization idea or — yeah, self-realization idea and it was Sebastian Junger talked about it in his guide Tribe, and it talks concerning the three issues that people should be content material. And the primary one was to really feel competent in your work. So to really feel truly really feel like you’re good and such as you’re an skilled at your job, like you’re good at your function and you are feeling like you already know what the heck you’re doing and other people can depend on you and also you do an ideal job.

[00:29:48] The second is to is basically group to really feel a part of one thing greater and the connectedness that comes with that, which I believe numerous us felt the results of not having that with COVID, in fact. Proper? And even we’re seeing it, I believe it’s going to be one thing that’ll play out over a handful of years. However with a lot distant work, I really like distant work and I believe the advantages of it are to not go down this tangent, however our folks get autonomy and selection lastly with their day and the way they spend their time. And it ought to be like, “Man, let me do my job. Let me crush it. After which give me freedom”, which is nice, however I nonetheless suppose there are results of not participating with coworkers and constructing that bond. However anyway.

[00:30:26] After which the third one within the idea is to dwell an genuine life. And I believe that one is ambiguous for lots of people. Folks haven’t taken the time to determine and introspect or begin to construct consciousness about what makes them or brings them enthusiasm, what fires them up. We all know what we’re all for normally. However you already know, actually what we you already know, it’s quote by Gandhi, primarily to paraphrase. Nevertheless it’s like struggling occurs when what we wish and what we do will not be aligned.

[00:31:00] And that’s how I consider residing an genuine life. You recognize, we examine all these packing containers, we do all this stuff that we’ve form of been informed or it’s been implied to us. If we try this, we’ll achieve success. After which success breeds happiness. And I believe lots of people be taught the laborious manner. That’s not truly what occurs. You recognize, after which the final, yeah, I believe I hadn’t I haven’t learn the guide, however I’ve positively seen form of the. I believe it is smart. Yeah. And I believe additionally although —

Jesse: [00:31:32] It’s a really quick like small web page 100 like a tiny guide and it’s like 100 pages. It’s a really, in a short time, however I might suggest it.

Tim: [00:31:41] Yeah. You recognize, I believe it’s nice. And I what I may also say to folks is. It’s not 100% mandatory in a technique to have to seek out one thing that you just do to your profession that’s like your final, final ardour mission. I believe now we will work out issues like if you’re set in your objective and actually get to know your self and determine your core values as a human being, you already know precisely what your non-negotiable boundaries are and the place you don’t have any slack and you already know you understand how to remain in your lanes.

[00:32:15] And what these issues do is that they make every determination very simple and fall into two buckets, both aligned with the life I need, not aligned. And it turns into very simple and easy to decide. However the laborious work is figuring that out forward of time. However as soon as you work that out, you too can see the place your present profession probably, or the place a profession matches into that life that you really want for your self. And it simply offers you way more of a blueprint to easy methods to construction your life or get issues in your life that you’re actually obsessed with, stuff you’re good at, issues you will get paid for.

[00:32:47] It might not all fall on what I do for my profession. You recognize, particularly, however there are different methods I simply say that as a result of it’s not like, “hey, you have to go give up your job and begin making candles for a residing tomorrow as a result of that’s your middle level.” It’s like, okay, nicely, there’s some grey space. We will additionally we will nonetheless create a life we’re excited to get up for daily and never need to have to do this.

Jesse: [00:33:11] Yeah. And I don’t need to make the entire idea like a stress level of like. Say for me, like I’ve produced merchandise in-house right here for Solpri for numerous years and form of thought of bringing extra stuff in-house and form of examined a few of that stuff out. And me personally, like doing repetitive work like that, I completely hate prefer it’s simply, it’s simply not participating.

[00:33:45] So say that’s — however for say for some cause, that’s what I can take advantage of cash in. Like possibly there’s a risk of that’s OK, you already know, you punch the clock, you already know, fill in bottles of shampoo all day or no matter, you already know, no matter product it’s that must be performed. After which like I’ve different passions, I play in a neighborhood symphony. Like there are different issues that may breed achievement.

[00:34:17] And it doesn’t essentially imply that you must do like, like I’m by no means going to be an expert violin participant. Like, it’s simply I may put in hours, I may put in tons of hours. Simply my fingers simply aren’t going to do it like I’m proficient. However there’s a distinct stage. So if I used to be attempting to hunt like that, I believe typically that’s misguided in dropping the truth of your capacity, which isn’t to attempt to push folks away from following their goals. As a result of I believe it’s best to try this, which is usually like, once more, as myself an instance, would it not be professional athlete and what I went after that I knew from the get-go I used to be by no means going to essentially earn cash doing it.

[00:35:02] Therefore I began this firm, you already know, to fund the approach to life and it’s was greater than that. However identical to. Being conscious of your state of affairs and balancing. Chasing the factor with like. I’ll say lifelike. And I believe usually when folks say be lifelike, they’re being downers and I don’t need to try this.

Tim: [00:35:31] It’s usually self-projection.

Jesse: [00:35:32] Proper! So it’s like I’m restricted. I’m restricted on my own. Thus I’m going to restrict you. And I don’t I don’t imply that as a result of I believe folks ought to.

Tim: [00:35:41] Yeah. We ain’t bought time for that.

Jesse: [00:35:42] Yeah. Like it might be like. Yeah, possibly like saying to Tim. What you’re consulting folks such as you’re only a man with a mustache and a hat. What are you speaking about? You recognize what I imply? It’s that it might simply be like this bizarre projection on him. Like, I don’t know what he’s able to. He can work out what he’s able to, and clearly he’s doing nice.

[00:36:04] So it’s like I believe it’s simple for folks to mission. So why say being lifelike, I imply. Taking good self-inventory of what are your abilities, what are your alternatives, what are your steps to get there? As a result of typically it’s not a straight bounce. So I assume I’ll use myself once more. If I wished to be an expert violin participant, I do know proper now I may take up paid gigs, like enjoying for weddings and small stuff, however like I’m not going to be within the New York Symphony, so possibly I train violin classes and I take personal enjoying gigs, and possibly I work out that folks want violin participant for his or her quick movies and like you’ll find totally different avenues to possibly yeah go after these issues is getting caught on one factor.

Tim: [00:36:57] Effectively, it’d assist for folks to consider it this fashion too. If you consider a dream, what’s it the core of, let’s say following your dream is the muse of it’s a objective. And also you hear this lots with founders that begin corporations and that make profitable pivots or keep in enterprise a very long time. And there, you already know, individuals are like,”Oh, man, how did you give you this concept to alter from promoting baked items to the pandemic hit and now you ship like baking kits to folks to make it residence” or no matter.

[00:37:27] They usually go, “Effectively, it was truly very easy as a result of we’re cussed with our mission. We have now a manner to assist folks”, however the means by which we do it, that doesn’t actually matter a lot. So I might say, you already know, what I might ask is like, okay, in case your dream is to play within the New York Symphony, we will take a look at, okay, nicely, what’s the objective? It’s extra vital. My level is, it’s extra vital to determine what the aim is particularly driving that.

[00:37:53] So is your objective, man. I really like I’m somebody that loves enjoying music to entertain folks. That could be a a lot totally different compass than being like, I need to play within the New York Symphony.

Jesse: [00:38:06] Proper.

Tim: [00:38:07] As a result of now you’re the means by which you observe. That objective can change. No downside. You don’t have an issue with it. Okay. Yeah, you’ll be able to. You’ll be able to nonetheless set your sights and have targets and work collectively and do all the pieces you’ll be able to. However on the identical time, you’re like, I’m staying on observe as a result of that is what I really like doing and I’m not going to alter my objective simply to or be disenchanted if I don’t attain a sure consequence. As a result of, no, I’m staying actually true to myself. And that’s what I believe going again to residing an genuine life is with the ability to determine that and get all the pieces occurring the identical, identical observe.

[00:38:42] So it’s extra vital to suppose what’s on the root of these goals that you’ve. Like for me, yeah, I wished to be a professional baseball participant, however right here I’m speaking to you, you already know, which I believe is a superb comfort. However, you already know, so anyway, simply how I yeah, I form of take into consideration goals and if folks get discouraged by them, it’s like, let’s simply hold digging.

[00:39:04] What’s underneath there? There’s one thing there, there’s ardour there. There’s, you already know, there’s a hearth inside, which is what you need to observe. Like the hearth inside isn’t the New York Symphony. The hearth inside is to play music and entertain folks and really feel like that’s your calling. That’s what you have to take note of.

Jesse: [00:39:20] Effectively, I assume I need to contact on two factors with attending to the basis. We’ll get to I’m going to ask you about easy methods to get to the basis right here in a second. However I like I take into consideration this idea typically when it’s like. So if we’re speaking about cash, like, oh, I need to, you already know, as a result of I dwell within the entrepreneurial circle, in order that’s simply how my mind frames issues. So like, say, an individual needs to pivot out of their conventional 9 to five profession they usually need to be an entrepreneur they usually go, Oh, I need to earn six figures or no matter. Now let’s ignore for the second why they need to earn that. As a result of that’s a complete different can of worms.

Tim: [00:40:02] Positive, certain.

Jesse: [00:40:03] However they’ll say, I’ll earn six figures and see. I assume I exploit the instance of an individual I met who was very caught on like. I need to train meditation and earn six figures. Which will or could not like a sure avenue like meditation could or might not be a probably reputable avenue to achieve that finish objective. So, like, in your case, you’re speaking about discover the basis of your want, on this case, entertaining folks with music.

[00:40:43] So, like, despite the fact that the New York Symphony could also be an avenue, it’s not the one avenue to achieve your objective or with my case, like getting to 6 figures, possibly meditation can get you there, however like promoting meditation mats or one thing good. It’s adjoining. It nonetheless will get you to your objective, however you’re not caught on like that is the one manner I’m going to do it. Or for you, like, need to play professional baseball? Why? You recognize possibly that personally fulfilling you’ll find one thing else that’s additionally personally fulfilling.

[00:41:20] However if you happen to had been caught on professional baseball and also you’re simply going to be unhappy for the remainder of your life since you by no means performed professional baseball, then it’s form of a wasted life. So I need to ask you a bit bit about like easy methods to get to the core of the factor, as a result of, once more, I form of return to love the shiny object syndrome a bit bit. It’s like that the ego, the stuff on the highest, on the floor that sits there that we go, “Oh, that’s it.” When actually, that’s identical to the layers masking the factor. That’s it. It’s identical to once we get down, how will we get down into it?

Tim: [00:41:53] Yeah, numerous questions I might say, and it may be numerous the identical query, proper? So if any person says I need to make six figures. Wish to me. I hear that and I’m going, “No, you don’t.” You need no matter that brings. So how do we discover that? So that you say, okay, why? What does six figures deliver you? And clearly, that might fork off into numerous totally different solutions.

[00:42:15] After which, nicely, what does that deliver? Why is that vital to you? So that you simply hold asking increasingly more questions till you get to the purpose. Truthfully, numerous it comes all the way down to a really, very primal want. So whether or not it’s love, acceptance to be seen, heard to — Yeah. Be accepted by the group or no matter it’s. I imply even issues like, nicely, I need to seem profitable, I need to really feel like I made it. I need to make my dad and mom proud. I need to have the ability to afford a pleasant home. I need to have the ability to purchase a automotive. I need to have the ability to ship my youngsters to school, you already know, no matter it’s. You’ll be able to nonetheless dive in layers and layers additional than that.

[00:42:59] So if any person is questioning like, yeah, why is that this quantity hold developing in my head? Yeah, you may say, okay, what’s, why do I need that? What does that deliver me? Okay, what’s vital about that? After which simply don’t cease. What’s vital about that? What’s vital about that? And you already know, this loopy factor occurs once you ask your thoughts questions like that. It’ll work to give you solutions. You recognize, it’ll actually attempt to clear up the riddle. You’re presenting it with.

[00:43:26] And it could take some time, could take could take a while. And actually, some folks have to work with any person who’s performed it earlier than, like a coach or whatnot to essentially get to the basis. However yeah, it’s going to be totally different for everyone. However numerous questions, you already know?

Jesse: [00:43:43] I believe one of many issues I’m going to ask you that I’m cynical about is once you ask that query, do you settle for the primary reply that your thoughts offers you?

Tim: [00:43:58] Me? Effectively, most individuals most likely do. I don’t know or don’t ask it in any respect. They usually simply after which they, you already know, like ideas within the thoughts are simply untethered. And so what occurs is, particularly if we don’t verbalize or articulate or write them down, we they only, like bridge the gaps with themselves. So issues appear to make sense. Yeah, $100,000 as a result of, you already know, it’s identical to ideas going round and it is smart to us.

[00:44:23] However till you begin to once more, you ask the query, you drive your self to articulate it in full sentences. Then you definitely begin to see all of the gaps and also you go, “Oh, wait, I possibly I don’t actually know why that quantity is vital to me.” What does that deliver me? What? After I shut my eyes and take into consideration life with $100,000, what do I really feel? Faucet into emotions. What does it really feel? Do I really feel okay? I really feel like I made it. I really feel like I’m not confused anymore. Okay. What? What’s inflicting the stress? The place does that coming from?

[00:44:53] Effectively, I’m nervous about, you already know, having to dwell in an house and never making sufficient cash. Okay. Effectively, what’s difficult with that? Why, you already know, I’ve mates that have already got homes and I see them. They’ve already purchased they usually have some new vehicles. And so I simply I don’t know if I’m if I’m ever going to get that. Okay.

[00:45:12] Effectively. However what’s vital about that? What does that saying about you? You recognize, and so anyway, you’ll be able to form of see how just like the solutions, the primary reply that you just get, in fact, will not be the actual reply. It’s at all times going to come back all the way down to some extremely, extremely primal want. That’s why we do something.

Jesse: [00:45:31] Effectively, that’s form of the explanation I ask that, as a result of I do know, once more, this might simply be a matter of me projecting, however I at all times really feel like after I ask the questions initially, I’ll get some form of snap bullshit reply out of my mind. Yeah, it’s due to this factor. Like, no, it’s not like, hold taking it, you already know? And I, I preface that or add a caveat to that with the sense that the extra you observe, I believe the faster you get there.

[00:46:03] So it’s not like you’ll at all times get just like the BS proper off the bat. Generally it’ll be like. No, like, like with out going into an extended diatribe. Like, I get offended typically and that’s a problem I’ve that stems again to childhood and blah, blah, blah. However simply. It. It’s simple for me to go like, why are you offended? It’s virtually at all times, I’m fearful. You’re probably not offended. Like I’m fearful about one thing or I’m anxious about one thing. What are you afraid of? I’m afraid of dropping this factor or no matter.

[00:46:41] What does that imply? Such as you work your manner down that chain a bit bit faster as an alternative of simply going, like, “Oh, I’m offended as a result of a man reduce me off in site visitors.” It’s like, nicely, no, you’re most likely not offended as a result of the man put you in site visitors. You’re offended as a result of the man cuts you off and possibly you thought that that was going to crash in your automotive and also you had been going to be injured and then you definitely had been going to lose your life and then you definitely weren’t going be capable to love your partner anymore. Such as you get all the way down to the basis a bit bit faster the extra you observe. However that preliminary like as a result of I’m mad as a result of he’s dumb. That’s not the actual reply, at the very least for me.

Tim: [00:47:17] Proper. And in the end, that’s it’s all BS, proper? As a result of what you’re doing once you do one thing like that, like, nicely, I’ll simply use that instance. Like once you if you happen to do say, “Oh, I’m mad as a result of this man reduce me off”, like, that’s why I’m offended. What you’re doing is you’re giving your energy to any person else. You’re giving your energy of your psychological state. So your capacity to manage your individual feelings, you will have now provided that energy to one thing exterior of. So by saying I’m mad, this man reduce me off, your — that man has energy over your inside world.

[00:47:51] And we don’t notice that we need to blame some. And it’s only a it’s a blame mentality. So I believe first, folks want to know, like, what occurred has no which means. A automotive moved in entrance of one other automotive going totally different miles an hour. So simply to indicate any person like if you happen to get reduce off and it makes you offended, that’s not making me offended. I don’t care if you happen to. I don’t care about that state of affairs.

[00:48:14] So perceive the which means is coming from inside your individual world, in your individual thoughts. And that, once more, that’s an instance of what my epiphany was, the place I’m like, “Holy crap, I’m doing this to myself.” And so how can I work out a technique to be like, okay, that simply occurred? What’s it? Is it value getting offended about this? What does that do for me? What am I getting from this response? Like, what’s that doing for my work? Do I really feel proper? Do I say, “Oh, he shouldn’t try this?” I don’t imagine that somebody ought to reduce another person off and I’m going to get mad and like flip them off after I drive by and I confirmed him.

[00:48:52] Okay. What did that do to your day? And so, such as you, you cool? You proved your ego, proper? However what has it performed to your well-being in your psychological state? So understanding that the one factor you management is that inside world you’re not going to have the ability to management and other people reduce you off and know that each one which means comes from inside you. And it’s, it’s, it may be scary for some folks. Like folks nonetheless need to blame and that’s nice.

[00:49:18] However in the end it ought to be liberating and it ought to enable folks to be like, “Holy crap, I have to, I have to take accountability for all of my ideas, all of my emotions, how I’m reacting to all the pieces in my life.” And in the end it’s extremely empowering. You recognize, once more, that is stuff that it doesn’t occur in a flip of a change. You’re human, your pure response towards the anger. However over time, the extra you’re conscious of what occurs.

[00:49:43] So a real-life instance can be like subsequent time that you just get reduce off, Jesse, it occurs. You get pissed off within the second after which 10 minutes later you go, “Wait a sec. Why did I simply let that man rile me up?” I used to be like, one thing simply. I additionally don’t know what occurred. He may haven’t seen me. He may have. He may very well be in a rush. He may haven’t slept final evening as a result of his child stored him up. And he simply wasn’t as sharp as regular.

[00:50:05] Possibly know no matter. He’s most likely not like, “Oh, there’s Jesse. I’m going to piss him off proper now.” That’s most likely the very last thing that is occurring. And so so the occasion occurs. After which what occurs is you mirror on it and possibly you mirror on it a day later once you relax and also you go and it actually wasn’t value it. I spent the final 12 hours boiling. I should be higher subsequent time. After which the following time, possibly 8 hours go by and also you go, “Oh, I did it once more.” However you already know what? You’re making progress. And the following time, possibly after which in the end what occurs is it occurs within the current second and also you’re like, You recognize what? I’m not going to let this dude have an effect on my day.

[00:50:38] It’s simply not value it. I had an ideal begin to the day. I’m blissful and like. What am I going to get offended about this? You recognize, like, what’s how is that this benefiting me? After which a query that I additionally wish to pose is to ask your self, what if I simply throw the query on the market? Like, what if I used to be capable of let go of feeling this fashion when one thing occurred? 

[00:51:02] So what if I used to be capable of not be offended? How would that really feel? What would occur? You recognize, and that may be one thing you must ask again and again and over till you begin to be like, “Oh, man, truly, think about, simply shut your eyes. And picture if I used to be reduce off and I nonetheless may hold a smile on my face.” And I’m identical to, you already know, no matter. Man’s, most likely in a rush, like. That may assist the remainder of my day. I’m like, that’s the form of state I need to be in. So going again to your preliminary query, how do I outline success moments like that? If I can have that form of mentality all through the day, no matter what occurs to me, that success.

Jesse: [00:51:39] It is a good level to begin winding down and to bounce off of. So for our ultimate query, I ask each visitor for a similar yr the identical query. And I believe yours will likely be notably fascinating as a result of we talked about the way you outline success or wins. And this yr’s query for all my company is, how do you have fun your wins?

Tim: [00:52:05] Yeah, I believe. What I attempt to do daily and what I’ve realized within the final two years is I work to construct daily and dwell it how I need to dwell it. So that features waking up early. And studying it consists of doing one thing laborious, difficult for my physique, normally a exercise, normally a jiu-jitsu coaching. That additionally consists of going to the seashore as a lot as I can. So normally that’s most likely like 4 days every week.

[00:52:35] And in order that, I believe permits me to have fun daily. That’s how I outline it and that’s how I do it daily. These are issues the place I’m like, Man, if I do these issues, it’s wonderful. And so I additionally do positively set targets, at the very least for initiatives I’m engaged on, let’s say, for work or if I’m coaching for Jiu-Jitsu Match or if I simply need to my recreation.

[00:52:56] And I believe. What I — so my level is what I’ve began to do is extra place the celebration inside every day and never a lot set a goal after which have fun if I hit it. You recognize, I believe the celebration has come extra simply from the creation of life and or of explicit day and the actual life I need to dwell. And actually, like, if I attain a milestone with work or if I, I set a goal to place out a sure variety of movies throughout a sure month. “Hey, I’m specializing in video creation this month. I have to create 100 movies.” I don’t know what it’s.

[00:53:32] I’d most likely reward myself with a kind of three issues. I’d spend an additional hour on the seashore. I might go practice an additional hour jiu-jitsu. Like, I’ve simply gotten very explicit and particular on what I worth and what I would like in my week, in my day, to only really feel my greatest. And I’ve actually tried to strip it down and simplify it. So there’s not a ton of additional loopy, wild issues that I do solely after I attain a selected consequence or objective.

Jesse: [00:54:00] I believe that’s honest and possibly a fairly wholesome technique to go about it. Tim, if folks need to get in contact with you, try what you’re as much as, any of that form of stuff. The place can they discover you?

Tim: [00:54:12] Yeah. So my LinkedIn positively most lively posts on there daily, Tim Perreira, you may shoot me a word, I’ll reply. And then you definitely talked about early within the intro, however doing lots on our PER @per.wellness is our Instagram. Try this after which we’re launching a within the subsequent couple of months. We’re recording now on the finish of September, so early winter of 2022, launching our on-line academy for the Peak Efficiency and Well being Optimization Academy, the place all to be community-based and in addition form of self-guided supplies and movies with group, you already know, like I believe biweekly or month-to-month accountability and mastermind calls. So if any of that’s curiosity to you. I additionally do teaching with guys straight so however LinkedIn, attain out I’ll reply if you happen to guys need to join.

Jesse: [00:55:02] Superior. Tim, thanks for hanging out with me at this time.

Tim: [00:55:04] Yeah, thanks, Jesse. It was superior.





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