Jesse K. Wright, founder of the Balance The Bar initiative, is a high performance consultant, Amazon best-selling author, coach, and public speaker. His career has spanned over two decades in the team sport culture, including working with organizations in the NBA, NFL, NCAA, and in private sports training.
He has a passion for helping young professionals grow and advance in their careers and lives. Through continuing education resources and private coaching, he seeks to create awareness, recognition, and comprehensive solutions for others in both professional and personal development.
His experiences as a teammate and leader in professional sports, collegiate athletics, and in business have him uniquely positioned to provide guidance for successfully navigating and thriving in today’s challenging, high performance environments.
I wanted to find out what he has learned from the top athletes in the game. What do they do differently, and what characteristics do they cultivate, or bring into the NBA that differentiates from the rest?
Chances are you're really good at what you do and you're here because you're ready to level up from good to GREAT, so let's get started.
Today James connects with owner of Peak Human Performance, Coach Alex White. Alex trains high level athletes and leaders all over the world helping them reach new levels mentally and physically.
In today’s episode James connects with Ben Holt, the creator of Connect and Evolve, an experiential program focused on providing resources for preventative health and full-spectrum wellness.
Ben is primarily known for his work as a Breathwork and Plant Medicine facilitator, Sound Bath Maestro, Coach, Musician, and Filmmaker.
Ben hosts retreats, training, courses, events, and workshops that help people learn to self-regulate, and feel empowered to become a healing space for others.
Today James welcomes back Branden Collinsworth onto the BT1% Podcast to dive deep into Intellectual ignorance, cancel culture, sunk cost fallacy, and how to break free from the norms so you can live life on your terms.
Today James talks about how Imposter syndrome holds us back from greater levels of success and fulfillment. Tune in and learn how to not let fear control your life and gain the tools to live life on your terms. Link to quiz – https://bethatonepercent.com/quiz Connect with James IG: James_silvas Web: Jamessilvas.com / Bethatonepercent.com
Today on the show James connects with Artist and Coach, Paola Ucelo. Together, they explore how to break free from the status quo, speak your truth and live on your terms.
In this episode, John and James discuss the following:
Their recent visit to Peru for Warrior Retreats.
How to adapt to what life brings your way
How to think about attachment and control
Qi Gong and Yoga
The Mind-Body connection
The power of Presence and how to connect to the moment
In today’s episode James sits down with Jason Loebig. Jason is the co-founder of Live Better, an experiential health & wellness company based in Chicago. Formerly a public accountant, Jason changed paths to pursue his love of coaching, training, mentorship, and speaking in the wellness space. He is also a Nike Trainer and Nike Run Club Coach, as well as a Barry’s Instructor and yoga teacher.
Have you ever had a moment where you felt hurt, disappointed, betrayed or unloved? Chances are In that moment, you experienced an emotional “wound”. And if that wound goes unhealed, it will continue to cause pain in the future. In today’s episode, James talks about how to heal your emotional wounds until they scar over. Through the scarring process, your mindset shifts into a state of power and gratitude allowing you to live life on your terms.