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Anchored Intelligence with Eleanor Beaton | The Habits That Fuel Elite Performance Featuring Rebecca Rusch

The Habits That Fuel Elite Performance Featuring Rebecca Rusch

Eleanor Beaton

We often talk about high performance in terms of winning, having more money, and experiencing success. At Safi, Eleanor is obsessed with high performance, and she believes goals and the accomplishment of them reveal to us who we are capable of being. However, there’s a missing piece of the puzzle when it comes to what we think elite performance means.

Eleanor’s guest this week is the perfect example of how high performance is about more than just what you achieve. Rebecca Rusch is an American ultra-endurance professional athlete, seven-time world champion, author, entrepreneur, speaker, and Emmy award winner. Her career has spanned a bunch of different adventure sports, and she’s here this week to walk you through the habits of high performance.

Tune in today to discover how, whether you’re a CEO, mom, or athlete, taking care of your body is the key to unlocking your mind, creativity, and longevity. Rebecca is sharing the habits that fuel elite performance, why play and community are crucial when it comes to your health protocol, and how the mind, body, and spirit are connected to each other.

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Today on Anchored Intelligence:

  • Why elite performance is about more than just the physical piece.
  • Some of the meaningful goals Rebecca is working towards right now.
  • How filming Blood Road became Rebecca’s heroine’s journey.
  • What Rebecca has observed about the habits that fuel high performance.
  • The power of community and play in moving your body.
  • Rebecca’s 20-minute rule for trying something new.
  • What Rebecca’s day-to-day health protocol looks like.
  • The lessons Rebecca has learned from suffering a concussion.

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