Back to visit again is repeat guest and friend, Ethan Suplee. He is an extraordinary actor. You’ve seen him in Remember the Titans, American History X, Without a Paddle, and, of course, My Name is Earl. But he’s also an extraordinary man and has a ton of valuable wisdom to share as it relates to life, success, overcoming adversity, losing weight, getting in shape, and disciplining your life.
Today, we talk about all sorts of topics like masks and COVID, public school, making it in Hollywood and film, the value of hard work and value-driven decisions, mental and emotional health, the ease of modernity, and uncovering and unpacking the Truth.
“Science has no value system.” Tweet That— Ethan Suplee
Guys, meet Ethan Suplee. Ethan is an extremely talented actor with dozens and dozens of roles on both TV and the Silver Screen. You may remember his as the “fat actor,” but over the past several years, Ethan has radically transformed not only his physical image but every facet of life. He’s lost over 250lbs.
I had the opportunity and privilege to sit down with Ethan for a podcast and to observe one of his workouts and I can say that this is a man who knows exactly who he is, what he wants, and what needs to be done to achieve it.
He is also the host of the American Glutton podcast and someone that we can all resonate and learn from. Enjoy.
“I can’t affect who you are, just be you.” Tweet That— Ethan Suplee
- Acting in movies vs. TV shows
- Examining truth in science
- Dishonesty in politics and the media
- Finding an acceptable level of risk
- When your choices affect others
- Nature vs nurture in raising kids
- Challenges in writing a memoir
- Living life on the edge vs playing it safe
- Finding satisfaction through hard work
- Where does self-identification stop
- The mob cannot determine what is best for everyone
- We need to have the right to “opt out”
- Selective outrage among Americans
- You benefit from the work you put in
- The deterioration of San Francisco and LA
“I have no faith that the mob is going to determine what is best for me.” Tweet That— Ethan Suplee
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