Practising Better Food Skills

Jonno Proudfoot Podcast
Practising Better Food Skills

When I was in one of the darkest places of my life, and trying to figure out a way to focus, I read Tom’s book, and it changed my life instantly. Then, I gave it to one of my staff who was always freaking out, and the next day she came in and thanked me for changing her life. And so the cycle continued.

In this interview, you’ll hear me and Tom flesh out the following:

  1. How to become an expert on focus and discipline
  2. What is wrong with the way we see and approach goals
  3. The difference between actively practicing and passively learning
  4. What we should be focusing on when we have a goal of losing weight
  5. How to take stress out of losing weight (and any other goal)
  6. How to remove judgement from your failures
  7. How the concept of Beginner’s Mind can change your life
  8. What it means to approach a goal with a view that you will never be done

As an expert Present Moment Functioning Coach, Thomas has brought clarity to thousands worldwide regarding how they can achieve their goals with less effort, in the least amount of time while enjoying the process. Top media outlets such as NPR, Fox News and Forbes have sought his advice. He is the author of the international best seller The Practicing Mind; Developing Focus and Discipline in Your Life (New World Library 2012) and Fully Engaged; Using The Practicing Mind In Daily Life (New World Library 2016). His books have been translated into 9 languages and he is one of New World Libraries top 10 bestselling authors.

Here is a link to Tom’s site:

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