[Podcast] Ep15: Step 3, Making Small Changes

In this episode I speak with sound editor Chriss Horgan, a member of my current challenge group titled “The Incredibles.” We discuss Chriss’ introduction to Fitness In Post and her journey through the first eight weeks of the program.

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Topics of Conversation:

  • How Chriss found Fitness In Post and why she joined
  • Molding into and “becoming your edit chair”
  • Accountability in groups being the key to success
  • Eliminating back pain by standing
  • Baby steps to get more activity in the edit bay
  • Getting MORE work done by taking breaks
  • Her first experience with the weekly hiking group
  • Carrying bricks and developing “obstacle immunity”
  • Designing a “brick” fanny pack!!!
  • Irregular sleep patterns and how to improve them
  • Tips to get better quality sleep
  • What to do when eating out

Useful Links:

STEP 3: Making Small Changes

Fitness In Post Hiking Group

The Spartan Race

“Just Get Flux” Desktop Application (courtesy of The Bulletproof Executive)

Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock App

Kindle Paperwhite

Bulletproof Upgraded Charcoal 

Show Credits:

This episode was edited by Kristin Martinand the show was executive produced by Kanen Flowers. We are a member of the THAT STUDIO podcast network.

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Zack Arnold (ACE) is an award-winning Hollywood film editor (Cobra Kai, Empire, Burn Notice, Unsolved, Glee), a documentary director, father of 2, and the creator of the Optimize Yourself program. Zack helps ambitious creative professionals and entrepreneurs overcome procrastination, depression, and creative burnout so they can get sh*t done and achieve the most meaningful goals in their lives...without sacrificing their sanity in the process. If you’re interested in learning how to better manage your time, your energy, and develop ninja-like focus, download Zack’s “Ultimate Guide to Optimizing Your Creativity (And Avoiding Burnout).”

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