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AlkoCast - Der Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) und Fußball Podcast

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AlkoCast - Der Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) und Fußball Podcast

Maximilian Alkofer - Aufklären durch Dialog, inspiriert durch Joe Rogan, The Fighter and the Kid, Chael Sonnen, Conor McGregor

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AlkoCast - Der Podcast, der informiert, Gäste zu spannenden Themen präsentiert und gerade im Sport viele neue Wege eröffnet und erklärt! Ob MMA, BJJ, Boxen, Thaiboxen, K-1, Fitness, Fußball - hier ist Expertise im Überfluss geboten! Gleichzeitig wird aber auch das normale kulturelle Panorama abgedeckt und thematisiert. Bitte auf iTunes und Facebook, egal ob negativ oder positiv, bewerten und im besten Fall liken und abonnieren! Kontruktive Kritik ist sehr, sehr gerne gesehen! Ich bin 25 Jahr ...
 
Welcome to the Jiu-Jitsu of Life Podcast. Join hosts Carter Fisk and Mo Siddiqui introduce a new weekly podcast for Brazilian jiu-jitsu enthusiasts, who are striving to succeed both on and off the mat. Navigate the Jiu-Jitsu of Life with Carter and Mo as they discuss how their mission for the podcast is to help enthusiasts balance their busy lives with their passion for BJJ.
 
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Carter took his god-daughters to see Simone Biles’ Gold Over America Tour and found it was more about mindset and self empowerment than he was expecting. This inspires Carter and Mo to discuss what it means to have self esteem, what jiu-jitsu can teach kids and enjoying your achievements. • Turning self esteem into mediocrity (00:00) • The difficul…
 
Mo is constantly on the look out for a unicorn business. A business in which he can make money with little effort. But is that unrealistic? In this episode Carter and Mo consider finding work where you enjoy the bits that other people hate, picking the drama that suits your personality and areas where there’s a high barrier to entry. • How long doe…
 
Would you trust a jiu-jitsu instructor who had never competed, to train you in competitive jiu-jitsu? Is learning from books enough, or do people need practical experience in their field to be an expert? In this episode Carter and Mo consider what makes them trust an expert, what it means to have an independent business and why you shouldn’t just f…
 
Can being cheap cost you more, be it in money, time or stress? There are some situations where spending more money almost guarantees a better good or service. In this episode Carter and Mo talk about the problem with being cheap, finding reputable contractors and missing opportunities in business and jiu-jitsu by being too focused on one thing. • T…
 
Most listeners of this podcast will remember exactly where they were when they heard about the event’s of 9/11. It is now 20 years later and Carter and Mo reflect back on that time. In this episode they discuss where they were on 9/11, being a patriot and why Covid has not brought people together in the same way. • The joy of waking up and knowing …
 
Recently Rickson Gracie has written a book about his life in jiu-jitsu and being a part of the Gracie family. Carter read it in one sitting and immediately sent the book to Mo. In this episode they discuss why the book is interesting, Carter’s experience training at Hickson’s school and whether the greatest legacy is knowledge. • Rickson Gracie’s n…
 
Can growth be a negative thing? The pandemic changed our habits and some businesses had a massive influx of customers. What made the difference between those that could handle it and those that couldn’t? In this episode Carter and Mo think about the negative impacts of growth, the systems and resources it requires and the way it can change your lif…
 
Do you want to be the best? Or are you happy just cruising through life? In this episode Carter and Mo explore the motivation behind wanting to be the absolute best at what you do. In this episode Mo defines success, Carter wonders if it’s selfish to not try to reach your potential and they discuss how you can’t be the best at everything. • What’s …
 
Carter and Mo want to keep going with jiu-jitsu for as long as they can. Many youngsters push hard at jiu-jitsu only to wreck their bodies or simply burn out. What can we learn from the people around us who have shown longevity, be it in business, relationships or jiu-jitsu? In this episode Carter and Mo talk about training consistently for a long …
 
There are many different ways to approach a project. When Carter and Mo started this podcast they wanted to keep it lean and simple to increase their chances of success. This has led to them thinking about the benefits of being lean and mean in business. In this episode Carter and Mo discuss how being lean helps mitigate risk, dealing with a painti…
 
Overcoming is an inherent part of combat sports. Having the mental toughness to keep going through fear, injuries and physical pain. Simone Biles recently withdrew from 2 of her gymnastic events at the Tokyo Olympics. Was she weak for doing this? Can an athlete withdrawing from such a major sporting event have an explanation? Carter and Mo discuss …
 
It’s easy to go on YouTube and find entrepreneurs who are showing off their fast cars and big houses with promises that if you buy their course then you can have these things too. Is this the same in jiu-jitsu with instructionals promising that this single technique will completely change your game? In this episode Carter and Mo discuss cocky peopl…
 
Drilling moves in jiu-jitsu will teach you techniques, but will it teach you how to fight? To fight well means adapting to the situation at hand, being fluid and dynamic. The same is true for business. To be rigid means missing opportunity or being too focussed on one thing. Life is constantly changing and there are real benefits to flowing with it…
 
The recent fight between Connor McGregor and Dustin Poirier inspires the topics in this weeks’ episode. Has Connor McGregor come to the end of being at the top? Does the mindset that is required to reach the pinnacle of success, also lead to fighters thinking they’ve still got it when they haven’t anymore? Carter and Mo consider if people should qu…
 
With this episode being recorded on Independence Day, Carter and Mo are thinking about what it really means to be independent. Financial independence is probably the greatest way to create freedom in your life. Pursuing independence in jiu-jitsu means taking charge of your training and improving your game without blindly following others. In this e…
 
Friend of the show Kaelum Kalista is back for another episode talking about his experiences of running a growing jiu-jitsu school. In this episode Carter and Mo ask him about staying competitive while training with blue and white belts, running a school which caters for everyone and why he thinks his school is growing so rapidly. • Kaelum’s recent …
 
Starting a business takes all your time, energy and focus. It’s hard work and it’s a grind. As a business becomes successful, a business owner may find themselves working and grinding less. Does this matter? In this episode Carter and Mo discuss enjoying success, why growing slowly is okay and the importance of thinking about balance. • When you be…
 
These days there is so much information out there about jiu-jitsu techniques. You can spend hours watching videos on YouTube. But is this another example of socialised thinking? Are there downsides to learning through YouTube and is it really the best way to improve your jiu-jitsu? In this episode Carter and Mo discuss why YouTube is a temporary fi…
 
One of the core principals of personal finance is compounding interest. Can this concept be applied to other areas? In this episode Carter and Mo discuss finding compounding interest opportunities in business and how to apply this idea to jiu-jitsu. • Applying the idea of compounding interest to other areas of life (02:40) • An opportunity for comp…
 
Carter and Mo often talk about independent jiu-jitsu. In this episode they apply the independent mindset to other areas. Is it possible to create an independent website? Does an increase in wealth make it harder to be independent? Carter and Mo discuss the idea of digital real estate and finding the balance between success and the lifestyle you wan…
 
As people get older they often complain about being a certain age. Could this be the nocebo effect? Thinking negatively about your health can cause you to feel aches and pains. Is it possible to change this view and look at ageing in a positive way? Mindset is vital to finding success in business, jiu-jitsu and life. In this episode Carter and Mo d…
 
Where do your beliefs come from? Have you developed them over time, tinkering and thinking about them or have they been socialised into you? We are socialised by the media, our friends and our family into having certain viewpoints. In this episode Carter and Mo discuss how we figure out what we actually believe and become an independent thinker. • …
 
Can self development books and jiu-jitsu instructional videos hamper learning? The only way to actually learn is to try things out until you find what works for you. Mentorship, videos and books might seem like they have the answers but they also take you away from doing things. In this episode Carter and Mo consider if mentorship is procrastinatio…
 
Being good at jiu-jitsu doesn’t mean that you will always beat everyone. Maybe you are having a bad day. Maybe there is just someone who you always lose to. Can there be advantages to sparring with people who always dominate you? In this episode Carter and Mo discuss how watching videos of fighters sparring can be more illuminating that watching ac…
 
While writing The Book, Carter hit a bit of a roadblock. He realised that the key to being different to other books was to be authentic. Rather than write about well known jiu-jitsu people, he realised his friends perfectly demonstrated the lessons he was writing about. In this episode Carter and Mo discuss the various benefits authenticity can bri…
 
In this episode Carter and Mo talk about discipline. Not the discipline to work hard but the discipline to say no. When it comes to business, you have to say no to bad deals. In jiu-jitsu, as you get older, saying no becomes more important, be that cancelling a training day, thinking about who you train with or not training certain styles. This can…
 
Consistency is key. Keep showing up and you get to 150 podcast episodes or a black belt in jiu-jitsu. But how do you stay motivated to keep going? Whether it’s jiu-jitsu or business, how do you keep your head in the game? Understanding and accepting your limitations can be key to keeping going. When you find yourself limited (by injury or time) and…
 
There is a lot of debate in Texas right now about Governor Abbott’s decision to rescind mask orders. What this really does is allow people and businesses to have the freedom of choice to choose the actions and behaviours that are right for them. In this episode Carter and Mo discuss where responsibility for other fits in to this, whether jiu-jitsu …
 
When is a niche just being close-minded? Is John Fedro’s mobile home business a niche or is he just missing opportunities by being too focused? Similarly in jiu-jitsu being tightly focused can mean missing opportunities to win. In this episode Carter and Mo explore the difference between having a niche and not being open to other possibilities beca…
 
Carter and Mo recently survived a snow storm in Texas, including dealing with power outrages and leaking pipes. Is having an entrepreneurial mindset a benefit in a crisis? What did they do to prepare and what preparations are they going to take for a future crisis? In this episode they talk about getting through it, the value of building community …
 
What is meant to happen will happen. This is a common saying which seems to echo the stoic idea of only focusing on what you can control and not what you can’t. But is this always the right approach? In a boxing match, a jiu-jitsu fight or a sales negotiation there are 2 important factors – you and your opponent. Do you just focus on yourself or wo…
 
2021 is going to be a year of recovery and repurposing. Carter and Mo reflect on what things have changed now that we are almost a year into living with Covid. Jiu-jitsu gyms are still quiet. Is garage training with your buddies going to become a norm? Now that people have realised that working from home both works and is preferable, what is going …
 
It’s easy to think that jiu-jitsu should only be focused on winning. Kaelum Kalista has been running his new academy in Georgia for 4 months and as a competition focused school he has actually been thinking about losing. How do you teach people to deal with losing? Winners can’t be winners all the time and failing is just a part of being successful…
 
Progress has begun on the Jiu-Jitsu of Life book. Throughout making this podcast Carter and Mo have looked at how certain lessons and ideas can apply to both business and jiu-jitsu. They have shown that there is intersectionality and crossover even though there may appear to be little connection. In this episode Carter outlines what the book will c…
 
It’s the first episode of the new year and Carter and Mo have been thinking about goal setting. Is it always necessary to set precise, concrete goals? Are there benefits in just focussing on the process? Carter and Mo have learnt a lot from setting and achieving (or not achieving) goals over the years. In this episode they discuss focussing on the …
 
The founder of Zappos recently died. It seems that the last year of his life included some bizarre and unhealthy behaviour. He was a successful guy with some groundbreaking ideas about how to build a company. Tony Hsieh is one of many well known successful people who struggled after they achieved success. If you are motivated to become great at onl…
 
We are almost at the end of 2020. Carter and Mo reflect on this past year, lessons learnt and opportunities found. The impact of social media has never been clearer. It skews the way we think about things and causes people to be firm in their opinion of something, when actually there is no clear answer. The vaccine is a good example of that. Carter…
 
This has been a year of resilience and overcoming. Carter has recently faced another difficult situation. Dealing this he realised how beneficial the way he has set up his life has been. Time freedom, finances and the relationships he has built made getting through this difficult situation easier and smoother than it could have been. In this episod…
 
We are currently living through a Black Swan Event and it is becoming clear that mindset can really impact how people are coping. But how do you develop a good mindset? Consistency can be key to just getting on with life when it is falling apart around you. A good mindset starts with habits and routines. In this episode Carter and Mo discuss their …
 
Carter has recently been dealing with a succession of bad things happening to him and his family. He knows that you can’t control what will happen to you, but you can control how you react to things. But when multiple things happen in a short period time this can be difficult to do. Are there strategies that can help you to retain control of you em…
 
We’re are 9 months into this pandemic and many states are once again putting in place restrictions. Is another lockdown a good idea? Is it right that the government can restrict peoples’ freedoms? Many jiu-jitsu schools barely survived the last lockdown. Many people couldn’t train for several months. In this episode Carter and Mo talk about the fal…
 
When you buy a product or service you expect it to go smoothly. It’s incredibly frustrating when the people you are paying are bad communicators. It makes the process difficult and you are unlikely to use them again. From a business point of view, good communication can make customers feel respected. Commutating your value and can win you customers…
 
Can building relationships play a role in minimising the risks of your business? If you invest in mobile homes developing a good relationship with the park manager can be an asset that reduces risk. How you treat your customers is important. It’s easier to retain customers than to create new ones. Can you build a relationship with your customers th…
 
Keeping things simple can be beneficial in all areas of life. Keeping your business simple can reduce overheads and keep you focussed on making one thing work. In jiu-jitsu, can you have a winning strategy based on mastering a few moves? What other areas of life can keeping things simple actually make life feel freer? In this episode Mo recounts wa…
 
If you look at social media these days, there seems to be two pathways to success. The Instagram path of leisure and the hustle culture of doing everything. Are these approaches unrealistic and ultimately wrong? Both these paths are approaching extremes – doing nothing and doing everything. Is the path to success actually somewhere in the middle? I…
 
Andrew Zai had a successful career in engineering and has recently given it up to start a plumbing company. What is it like to start a business in a field you are unfamiliar with? What has been the hardest thing about starting? Andrew talks to Mo and Carter about his journey into entrepreneurship, why he decided to get a franchise and how jiu-jitsu…
 
Kaelum Kalista is back for another chat. He has temporarily moved back to the US after covid made running his school in the Dominican Republic difficult. Now based in Georgia, not only has he jumped back into training and competing, he has opened up another school. In this episode Kaelum talks about raising out of diversity, training for competitio…
 
Entrepreneurship is not the right path for everybody. It’s important to figure out who you are and what makes you stick. Technicians find real passion in becoming skilled and using that skill. They don’t want to run a business. In this episode Carter and Mo discuss being a technician vs being an entrepreneur and the importance of figuring out who y…
 
Mo has recently been questioning if there is value in a college degree. Both he and his wife have not utilised their degree in their working lives. Most people walk the path of going to college after high school. But self education is important to and many entrepreneurs find more value in self education and mentorship than their formal education. I…
 
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