Happy Monday! As I am sure you know (if you didn’t, and you have a sweetheart, you might be in trouble!) that tomorrow is Valentine’s Day. In honor of this celebration of love holiday, I have Daniel Packard chatting with me. He calls himself “a trainer of love athletes,” so I feel like that makes him a perfect fit for the podcast! He has some pretty fascinating stories, too, so I really hope you enjoy Bold Moves Podcast Episode 43: Daniel Packard!
This Bold Moves Podcast Episode 43: Daniel Packard is available like always in the player embedded below! You can also look up “Bold Moves” in your preferred podcast app, or click here to catch it on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher! Please subscribe, share this with your friends, and leave me nice ratings to help me spread the word! 💜 Daniel is currently living in Belize, which apparently has terrible internet, so we were only able to get an audio interview. I may at some point put the audio on a slideshow for YouTube, but for now, it is only available in audio form!
[Tweet “”When I look at my life and what I’m proud of, it’s the bold moves I’ve made.” – Daniel Packard”]
[Tweet “”Part of my bold move fuel is that I know I have a gift to give the world.” – Daniel Packard”]
[Tweet “”Fear is love’s kryptonite.” – Daniel Packard”]
There were two books* that changed Daniel’s life and put him in position for his bold moves – Lust for Life by Irving Stone, and the second one is Free Play: Improvisation in Life and Art by Stephen Nachmanovitch!
Just in case you’re like me and thought of Lust for Life by Iggy Pop, here you go!
You can find Daniel on LoveAthlete.com if you’re ready to go to the love gym! That’s also where you can find his awesome video series he mentioned! Since social media pains his soul, he only posts videos on occasion, but you are welcome to go to DanielPackard.com to learn about him, and to find his social media links!
If you need more reading in your life, check out this list of books recommended by the podcast guests! And if you need more podcasts, check out this categorized master guest list!
What do you think about the idea of becoming a love athlete? Have you ever applied sports training principles to another aspect of life and found success from it? Comment below!
P.S. Clicking on the book links above is supporting a small (VERY small – like 135lb) business! Yes, it goes straight to Amazon and you get the same price and delivery as you normally would, but I also get a small commission, which I appreciate in a big way, so thank you!
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