It’s not every day that you meet someone who spends over $1MM to optimize their body and mind.
In fact, most of us have been following the same health and nutritional practices that have been brought down to us from our family.
Today’s guest, Dave Asprey, is about to rock our worlds. Dave is the founder and CEO of Bulletproof.com, and the New York Times Bestselling Author of The Bulletproof Diet.
He works with some of the top researchers and doctors to learn how one can get the best sleep, have more natural energy, and increase their brain function.
A lot of what Dave shares may be counterintuitive to what you’ve heard growing up, including his belief about why we need less sleep than we think, and the idea of putting butter in your coffee!
Get ready for an intense 60-minute learning session, and make sure you stay until the end to hear Dave’s challenge to you.
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Biggest takeaway lessons from this Episode
- What’s the number one tactic for busy people to increase their level of energy and brain function? [7:35]
- What is Biohacking and why is it catching on like wood fire? [10:00]
- The ideal amount of sleep is 6.5 hours (traits amongst all of the longest living people)
- Quality sleep is what you want, not just quantity
- How to hack your sleep [12:08]
- Blacked out curtains
- Why you should have multiple progressive alarms that wake you up in the morning [15:53]
- How to measure the quality of your sleep [16:45]
- What the last 90 minutes of Dave’s day look like to get the highest quality of sleep [17:17]
- Flux: Avoid all the blue light possible and LED lighting
- Raw honey to raise serotonin levels
- The one question that Dave asks to feel less stressful before going to bed [22:30]
- The importance of having a small win that’s outside of your main project/business [24:00]
- What Dave does in the first 60-90 minutes in the morning [24:48]
- How to avoid the mid-afternoon crashes [32:50]
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Dave’s Challenge to You
“Write down 3 things that you’re grateful for (keep it small and specific)”