Stop Living Like You Get A ‘Do-Over’ Life

The Rich Roll Podcast

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Stop Living Like You Get A ‘Do-Over’ Life

The Rich Roll Podcast

“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.”

Oscar Wilde

We're back with yet another installment of Ask Me Anything — a twist on my normal format where we answer questions submitted by you, the listener.

In addition to recapping our recent visit to Washington, D.C. and our upcoming trip to Frankfurt, Germany, this week Julie and I traverse a variety of subjects, including:

* the release of “Proteinaholic” by Garth Davis, MD

* ‘happy traveler' – my experiments in gratitude

* the risk calculus of choosing security over passion

* the persistent illusion of the “do-over” life

* combating the “fundraising oxymoron”

* the nexus (or lack thereof) between diet and addiction

The show concludes with My Man, written and performed by Julie — aka SriMati – accompanied by our sons Tyler & Trapper Piatt.

Special thanks to Scott, Lisa & Dallas for today’s questions, as well as everyone who submitted inquiries — keep ‘em coming!

I sincerely hope you enjoy the conversation.

Peace + Plants,

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Thanks to today's sponsors:

Bonobos.com: For a limited time, all new customers can get 20% off their first order when you go to Bonobos.com/richroll to discover the difference that an expertly-crafted, better-fitting wardrobe can make.

The National Academy of Sports Medicine: Get paid to stay in shape while helping others reach their fitness goals. Go to MyUSATrainer.com for a free 14-day trial of their fast & fun online program.

SHOW NOTES

Connect With Julie: SriMati.com | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook

Connect With Rich: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Background, Context & Reference:

* Proteinaholic* by Garth Davis, MD

* Info on our Frankfurt schedule: richroll.de

* Julie's music (aka SriMati) on CDBaby

* Julie’s Jai Release Meditation

* Finding Ultra* by Rich Roll

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“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.”

Oscar Wilde

We're back with yet another installment of Ask Me Anything — a twist on my normal format where we answer questions submitted by you, the listener.

In addition to recapping our recent visit to Washington, D.C. and our upcoming trip to Frankfurt, Germany, this week Julie and I traverse a variety of subjects, including:

* the release of “Proteinaholic” by Garth Davis, MD

* ‘happy traveler' – my experiments in gratitude

* the risk calculus of choosing security over passion

* the persistent illusion of the “do-over” life

* combating the “fundraising oxymoron”

* the nexus (or lack thereof) between diet and addiction

The show concludes with My Man, written and performed by Julie — aka SriMati – accompanied by our sons Tyler & Trapper Piatt.

Special thanks to Scott, Lisa & Dallas for today’s questions, as well as everyone who submitted inquiries — keep ‘em coming!

I sincerely hope you enjoy the conversation.

Peace + Plants,

Listen & Subscribe on iTunes | Soundcloud | Stitcher

Thanks to today's sponsors:

Bonobos.com: For a limited time, all new customers can get 20% off their first order when you go to Bonobos.com/richroll to discover the difference that an expertly-crafted, better-fitting wardrobe can make.

The National Academy of Sports Medicine: Get paid to stay in shape while helping others reach their fitness goals. Go to MyUSATrainer.com for a free 14-day trial of their fast & fun online program.

SHOW NOTES

Connect With Julie: SriMati.com | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook

Connect With Rich: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Background, Context & Reference:

* Proteinaholic* by Garth Davis, MD

* Info on our Frankfurt schedule: richroll.de

* Julie's music (aka SriMati) on CDBaby

* Julie’s Jai Release Meditation

* Finding Ultra* by Rich Roll

*

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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