Just Daniel and Andrew chatting it up.
Can we get those squats into bigger, and better fields?
Running more fast, and looking less older. What more do you need?
We've wrapped up the presence challenge, and are moving into taking on a skin care routine!
We've wrapped up the language challenge, and are moving into practicing presence! Food journals, pictures, and more.
The summer games are over, and the results are in! Plus, new challenge is in!
Get the mid-challenge updates for the Summer Games challenge!
The finale to our money challenge, and the exciting new start of the SUMMER GAMES!
Find out how our money making challenge is coming along (and yes, a little more techinical info on this biz).
Get the results from our vertical challenge, and hear what we're up to next.
Halfway through the jumping better challenge, find out how it's going!
Find out how the coding challenge shook out, and what our next challenge will be. Featuring Bret as our guest!
Find out how the first challenge of 2022, Pursuit of Happiness, ended up and what our biggest takeaways were. We also jump into the second challenge of the year, learning SQL.
Our first Challenge, Pursuit of Happiness, mid-challenge update! Big emphasis on relationships and gratitude.
Follow along with Challenge One where Daniel and Andrew try to tap into why these Scandinavian countries keep being ranked the happiest people on Earth.
Leaning into principles and moral quandries. What would Andrew Monroe do?
If you're not a "yes" kind of person, this is the episode for you.
We hear them all the time. Busy. Easy. Hard. Safe. Why do these words suck so much?
Mystery, adventure, wealth, and fatherhood. What more could you want from Daniel Winter?
When it comes to money, one size does not fit all. The best strategy varies based on the individual, their season of life, and their long term goals
We love interesting and thought-provoking questions, and so should you.
This episode is based off one of the chapters from Dead by Tomorrow- Small Parts, Big Sums. It's a nice, short chapter with really valuable information. For this episode, we cover how this affects your relationships and your career.
Focusing on goals, and achieving them with small, incremental improvements by optimizing your day to day life is the secret sauce to growth.
Maintaining momentum is the key to long-term goals being accomplished. This is a major factor in the "Dead by Tomorrow" mindset, as consistent and positive choices made daily are some of the most impactful, and most difficult choices one can make. In this episode, we talk about how to maintain momentum, why it matters to focus on doing so, and a fair bit about the book "Deep Work" which helped bring both of us into better focus with why maintaining momentum matters.
“Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another: ‘What? You, too? I thought I was the only one.'” -C.S. Lewis Building healthy relationships (note: this is plural), is key to living a happy and fulfilling life. Not to mention a longer one. In this episode, we talk about why it's important to continue building and seeking new friendships, the ways we go about maintaining ours, and some suggestions on how to go about it yourself.
Achieving goals is hard. Every New Year, and sometimes throughout the year, we all set out to be better, make an impact, lose weight, get swole, etc... Yet, every time, we seem to fall short. In this episode, we talk about new years resolutions, systems to achieve goals, what counts as a failure, and the tools and mindsets they use to keep track and crush the year.
In this episode, we talk about the book we're publishing on December 14th, and a little behind the scenes on the process of making this book happen, and some of the tools we used to write and create the book. We're both thrilled to be finally releasing the Dead by Tomorrow work, and as the Amazon subtitle says, the simplest way to think of what it entails is "How to Practice the Art of Today." A side-note: if you're looking to help or support our podcast or book, we don't want your money. Please, tell a few hundred friends about the show and release. Send them links to episodes you thought were interesting, or just link them to Amazon. Help us generate more reviews on this, as it's the only way we can grow. P.S. We also don't mind you checking out the book on Goodreads at https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/55883827-dead-by-tomorrow
Fear is a dangerous thing. We like to think it keeps us safe, keeps those we love safe, and prevents us all from meeting an early demise, which isn't necessarily untrue. But what fear also does to all of us is limit our ability to grow. To overcome obstacles. To help reach our potential. In this episode, we'll talk about how fear and anxiety can affect your life and change it for both the better and worse. We'll also cover tools, tricks, and tips on how to manage your fear and anxiety and get yourself moving in a more positive direction.
Opportunities are what give us (you included) LIFE. They bring joy, excitement, and a feeling of purpose. This episode is part two of a two part series on opportunities and how these opportunities can affect your life. We mean things that can help improve your life, improve your social standing or your career and whether or not you need to be saying yes or no. We know it's hard and we definitely aren't perfect at it ourselves, but we really want to pass on what we've learned about this and hope you enjoy this episode and everything that we have coming.
Opportunities can be hard to spot, and harder to take a chance on. This episode is part one of a two part series on opportunities and how these opportunities can affect your life. We mean things that can help improve your life, improve your social standing or your career and whether or not you need to be saying yes or no. We know it's hard and we definitely aren't perfect at it ourselves, but we really want to pass on what we've learned about this and hope you enjoy this episode and everything that we have coming.
On Dead by Tomorrow's latest episode, Andrew and Daniel talk about how anyone can stay in shape, and why you should. Wondering about the benefits of exercise beyond looking sexy? Want to know how the guys stay in shape? Want a bare minimum to get results on your health journey? This episodes for you. Both of us LOVE this kind of thing, so if you have any questions, want to talk workouts or nutrition, or need a starting point- REACH OUT! We'd love it.
Daniel and Andrew talk about missed opportunities, self-control, how your friends effect your lifestyle, and brain development in this episode on Dead by Tomorrow.
In this episode, Daniel and Andrew talk about why it's important for us to build deeper connections with friends, the value in diversifying your relationships, and why it's tough for us to do so. Don't worry, #sixseasonsandamovie shows up again, and vulnerability makes another appearance.
In this episode, Daniel Winter and Andrew Monroe discuss how entertainment can be important to making new friends and building stronger relationships. Specifically, how and why TV and movies can help bridge the gap in forming new relationships with strangers, co-workers, and new friends.
Daniel and Andrew round out their commitment series of episodes with the final key, professional life commitment. Thanks for listening!
In this episode, Daniel and Andrew talk about what it means to be committed to people besides yourself, how vulnerability is important, how to use tools like gratitude, and a number of stories about their personal experiences.
In this episode, Daniel and Andrew talk about how being committed to yourself, the promises you make, and the goals you set help develop principles, discipline, and a foundation for becoming a better person.
We've updated this episode to have a bit better quality, and more information about who we are and what we're up to.