On this week’s episode of Harder to Kill Radio, I’m happy to introduce you to New York Times best-selling author and podcast host, Dallas Hartwig.
Meet Episode 51’s Guest, Dallas Hartwig
Dallas Hartwig is on a mission.
You may know his name from the popular nutrition program, the Whole30. But when it comes to his passions, food and nutrition only scratch the surface.
His new ventures extend far beyond what’s on our plates and out into the world of technology, social media, and face time (actual). Dallas sat down with me recently to discuss the mess we as humans are getting ourselves into and poignant thoughts for how we’re going to get ourselves out of it.
Not only is he someone whose work I truly admire, he’s a close personal friend, and I’m excited to bring you today’s show.
[bctt tweet=”We have to prioritize people. – @dallashartwig”]
In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn:
- Dallas’s story and how he got started in the world of wellness
- Why he’s moving away from talking exclusively about nutrition
- Advice on how to change your situation if it’s not what you’re used to
- Thoughts about health as a lifelong pursuit
- What’s wrong right now with the way we socialize with others
- Why technology is not just a passive, benign tool
- How social media is powerfully stimulating to the human mind
- Things to ask yourself if you want a healthier relationship with tech
Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
- Dallas’s website & upcoming podcast
- Dallas’s Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
- Dallas’s talk from AHS New Zealand
- Dallas’s books, It Starts with Food and The Whole30
- Books mentioned: Kiss or Kill by Mark Twight, The Shallows by Nicholas Carr
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