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3 Tips to Awaken Your Alpha Man and Thrive with Adam Lewis Walker

As the world continues to change, masculinity is evolving… 

In the modern era, it can be confusing for a male to know how to stay in momentum and access their masculinity without feeling confused.

One side of the conversation will tell you that you’re acting “too alpha” and another will suggest that you are missing a primal connection with your inner Self.

Adam Lewis Walker is here to shed some light in this interview we just did on the Beyond Homo Sapien Podcast.

Adam is an author, coach, speaker, and podcast host of the Awaken Your Alpha show.

Adam helps men access and awaken their inner alpha male qualities without feeling guilty, ashamed, or doubtful that they’re pursuing a somehow wrongful course of action.

Don’t have time for the whole show? Here are some key takeaways:

No. 1. Identify the Alpha of YOUR Life.

What is the most important part of YOUR life?

What is the Alpha in your domain?

Is it your business goals? Your family goals? Your health? etc. etc.

Whatever it is, identify that goal… that one thing that will make you feel accomplished… go forth and conquer that goal. Do not stop.

Too often, we have a thousand different plans and projects and maintain all of them just enough so that our head is swimming above water.

We don’t actually thrive and dominate any one particular goal… Instead, we bounce around.

Why? Maybe there’s something inside yourself that is self-sabotaging? Maybe you have a limiting belief to overcome?

As Adam said during the show, often what’s holding back your Alpha is other relationships in your life that are in some way triggered from your success…

Has this happened to you before?

You start to have some success and others around you notice that “you’ve changed”? They begin to hold back your Alpha man awakening…

This is a toxic system of limitation that really keeps a lot of folks stuck in their lives… It prevents forward progress.

Identify the “Alpha” of your life and don’t stop until you overcome and succeed.

No. 2. Don’t neglect other aspects of your life WHILE you chase your Alpha

As mentioned above, select ONE Alpha in your life and chase that goal relentlessly.

However, do not neglect the rest of your life.

Do not neglect your health, family, important relationships, or other goals.

Find balance.

Chase after your Alpha until your goals are realized but do not fail to take care of your family. Continue to take care of your body. Eat foods that support your goals. Cultivate a mind that will overcome your limiting beliefs and seize your goals in wholeness.

Remember that your relationships are most important.

Have you seen the 75 year study at Harvard? Watch this TED Talk if you don’t know what I’m referring to:

Here’s the just of the study:

This is a 75 year study that followed men for the entirety of their lives.

The researchers were looking to identify what brings happiness to a person’s life…

They interviewed these men every year. They also interviewed their families, doctors, their bosses, their coworkers, and anyone who might have insight into the overall happiness levels of these individuals.

Here’s what was found:

Your relationships are the most important factor in determining happiness.

Not just that…

It’s the QUALITY of your relationships that is most important.

Knowing that you have people who will have your back no matter what happens.

THAT is what determines your overall happiness, success, wealth, and health throughout your life.

Neglect these relationships and you will have a difficult time finding fulfillment in your life.

No. 3. Guard Your Mind.

These days, there’s a million channels vying for your attention…

The news, social media, text messages, app notifications, new books, old books, and everything in between.

Plenty of reasons to fill your mind with facts that may or may not actually serve your goals.

Guard yourself from content overwhelm.

Tim Ferriss talks about this quite extensively…

Here’s an episode of his Podcast that deals with this issue:

Tim describes the idea of “just in time” information vs. “just in case” information…

Essentially: focus on the content and information that you need in that moment.

Do not consume content in the hopes that you MIGHT need that information someday.

Focus on the content that serves you in that moment.

By doing so, you ensure that your content is actually helping you get ahead. It’s a way to ensure you avoid distractions. Engage with the content you need to accomplish your Alpha goal. Doing so will eliminate anxiety, help with overwhelm, and keep you in momentum as you stay laser targeted on your goals.

Conclusion.

As our species continues to evolve, folks like Adam serve an important link to aid in the healthy awakening of a man’s inner alpha.

Enjoy this show? Check out Adam’s new book: Awaken Your Alpha – Tales and Tactics to Thrive”… It will help you connect with yourself and maintain a momentum mindset that will help you overcome adversity and make the most of your life.

Here’s where you can find the book:

For US Amazon Link:

www.bit.ly/AlphaBookUS

For UK Amazon Link:

www.bit.ly/AlphaBookUK

If you want to hear more from Adam, check out his TedX talk where he went deep on how to awaken your Alpha!

You can also check out his Website and Podcast at this link:

http://www.ayalpha.com/

By the way…

If you’re ready to evolve your consciousness and create a better life for yourself with all the hippy bullshit…

Go check out my Free Guide to get this done!

It’s a list of all the resources that helped me evolve my consciousness and change my life.

Click here to access that Free Guide!

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Personal Development Through Martial Arts - Beyond Homo Sapien - November 7, 2018

[…] Self development consumed me. I started doing martial arts five times a week. On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, I would do Judo class followed by Brazilian Jiu Jitsu class for a total of three hours of hell. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, I went to Ninjitsu class because I wanted to become a Ninja. I still do! When I was not at martial arts practice, I was running on the treadmill in my basement, running sprints at the track near my house, and jumping rope like crazy. Self improvement for me grew exponentially to become my number one priority. As Adam Walker would say, I made Martial Arts the Alpha of my life. […]

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