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121: How to Level Up Your Life with Tim McGraw

2019-11-05

Y'all, somebody pinch me because today I got to chat with one of my ALL-TIME FAVORITE musician-slash-actors-slash all-around wonderful human beings, Tim FREAKIN' MCGRAW y'all! He's here on RISE to talk about his new book Grit & Grace, which is all about how to level up your heath and fitness by using the tools and time you already have. Are you sick of celebrities preaching to you about their complicated diets and expensive exercise programs, as if their results were somehow attainable by everyone? Tim is not that person - he's coming at you with some really cool techniques and tips I've honestly never heard before, like how to incorporate furniture in your house to help jumpstart your fitness routine. How genius is that?! We also chat about staying true to your roots, and trusting your own creative journey (plus I may confess a really embarrassing story about a Tim McGraw concert I attended while I was seven months pregnant...)

You can buy Tim's new book today at his website, as well as purchase tickets for his upcoming book tour!

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Much will usually run the step from the stadiums only arena where we have to be plain or run the lawn navigators that were planned and that farm midday thing After that, we have large and we take little bill break. Nobody react a little bit and then usually around three thirty four tony afternoons when we start our combination of sort of. I want a functional fitness and in the afternoon and that's our third work out of the day, and if we don't do that, if we don't get those in, we
We feel it on stage I may to Hollis, and I built a multi million dollar media company with a high school diploma and the free information I found on the internet in the fifteen years that I've been building and scaling my company, I have become deeply passionate about helping other entrepreneurs to do the same so each week I'll be sharing tangible and technical advice and inspiring interviews with the same intention. These are the tools to change your life and your business. This is the rise podcast ten. I am so grateful that you came on. The show today fills absolutely surreal to be talking to you. I will process this later and scream about the fact that I am talking demographic, but right now we are trying to just be cool, is my is my goal, but I'd love to tell or I'd love to hear you tell the audience what you're up to and what projects
working on that we're here to talk about. Thank you Rachel to talk to you. I'm gonna shoot you don't know. An inspiration to so many people thought and I feel like I'm like you to be able to talk to you. You know when I'm workin on now, no more than currently working on a lot of age on the earth the Euro wrote a book with John Major in Google Chrome story in presidential historian. We wrote about together about songs of America, and that was why the project worked on earlier. While we were doing that, we are also working on our new book written grace, sort of my journey and fitness and and how it affected me. My family, my career, all the things that I do and how I think have given me longevity of my career, to that end. We worked on an outcome. all year this year as well, so we ve been pretty busy.
So tell me then, about the fitness journey and what that look like for you like what was the impetus to make change and then what was the change Gosh you know about. than an athlete done? I grew up in an athlete lottery. Let us imagine is in my dna by there was a professional Spock player. My uncle was a professional baseball players so that a part of a sort of my thought process- such early in my years before even realize you might have was, which is another story, through now. So I tried to state and it was always pardon my retained or gap, and I went to a period of time after having kid and end up being really busy on the road that I thought I saw fell out of the routine of taken care of myself and in gambling more involved in the road lightly and stay in a really late did not really late and not think her
up. In the mean time, we went to I took my daughter's all know about kid eleven years ago took my daughter's bacon. I too to a holiday movie, and I had just been adopted, I didn't realize that the trailer that film is gonna be on before we started, watching this stone a general murders and the first child comes out of the movie that I was here in the first was a huge picture of me, R R, a scene of me on the screen in. Stranger really do pay entire screen, sort of shock but the camera and can therefore there must have been about twenty here with my daughter. Looked all refugees, really big. You need to do something here and now that was
much the impetus, and there are a lot of things going on at the time that put reproaching me in that direction anyway, but that was would put me over the top, and it was a realisation that I have a pretty darn good, like I've got, but the top of my career of been fortunate to have so many things and opportunities in my path and I'm not taken advantage of like us, should not take care of myself, which in turn allows me to take care of the people that I love and what had to be around like you, don't have to share my daughter screw up Machu they made out of their lives and beer. There appear to be be acted in an opt in in order not to deal with the two days physically and actively with micro children somewhere down the ladder job. It was never. It was a sort of a big picture thoughtful. Just? It turned into a day by day the application and implementation, I guess I should say so. What is it
so interesting for someone who has it made a health journey is but I dont know that if you, if you haven't before. You don't understand that it really is a journey, so plenty I can get excited about how we want to make a change, and maybe I'm gonna die it or I want to get in shape for my sister's wedding, but I mean even just as a fan kind of watching your career over the last, like ten fifteen years. Watch that change, it wasn't all at once. It was something that you ve, implemented over time. Isn't that right As you know, it started out for me: it's just kidnap everyday walking I was just really a part of were decided to do just get moving every day and try to be as consistent as possible and look like. I said before. I did So my dna so uncertainly probably a little more hard hard wired to too big drain and why I do but the way
I've done it in the way we laid out and the you can You didn't check before never started to work out in your life shit before never started to work out in your life? You could find ways to start and keep Goin an intermediate about. firstly, a meeting anything that you do it consisted in it. Spain did, of course it's good. Did you buy You ve got your longevity, it's good for you you know how long you'll be around to be there for your children in your kid in your family, the people, you love and your friends, but it also some literally reward. what I really good place in your head in a look off. They all item constantly fallen down, costly, making the wrong decisions are cut unless people down all the time, but what I found out through my journey and drew my fitness and what, if for me mentally- is that in other times that I have my loads- are hit my load low point or make the wrong
decisions I hit the ditch. I think I'm able to get back to a place where I need to be a lot court absolutely so when you decide to make this change you you talk about in a start walking what did it look to make change with your nutrition, because are you now, if you're alive in life on the road, you're, probably indulging your heavens and vine, I'm any or southern that we are now really known for. Are you know kale eating? So how did that road? Look for you yeah. I mean look at try to explore ways they eat is good as I possibly could in my gun, I have go to plans that I, if I'm getting out of hand or if I feel like that, I really have something coming up that I really want to get into our are really the first couple of years of, trying to dial in my mission. Some weight and end up
for my body a bit. I just found a diet that work for me and, and I'm pretty, I guess, structure driven a meme. As a part of me to rebuild again structure but dashed. Also, I don't need it really need structure. My liked me do the things that I need to do so what I found it is made of it in my book. When we put some of these As you know, the guy, I was up to an almost the same Neil just about every day and start without meal in the morning, and then I would do to another Corrado for lodging and I will do grilled chicken broccoli and can offer dinner, and I did that probably at least five. nights a week every week for a couple of here's my don't you diet, but I also mean gotcha The cheese Burke laugh again. Oh, I would have achieved very or ever known, and so what I learned to do, as is the sort of urging the Dublin II and all
It is when you want an indulgent, dwelt learned, not put extra time in and that sort of the way up approach, my diet and- and I guess a lot it. How did you get your fire burning when you the way that you need burning words really constantly working for you and allows you to to have those days even even more than- in that you can should achieve a little totally? I think I found that in my own you know nutrition and when I really got into I don't lifting cause, I'm not a bodybuilder by any stretch of the imagination, but when I, cooperated more strength, training as opposed to cardio. I saw such a difference in what I was able. To eat and like really not have an effect me in the way that it would of years before yeah string. Trainees is really a big deal for me. I don't do I mean I'm, not nobody. Builders well, and I like cardio just as much as anybody were not probably more than he backed courtiers and people's favourable. But
the combination of the two really so much dimension to to your body and what you can do what your body and what you can eat
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curious as you began, to make this change in a you. Talked about being on the road and what that life was lichen and made the decision but you're also its like you're not gonna, be on the road anymore and there's a good chance that maybe your surrounded by people who you used to have some of those indulgences with so for our listener, to maybe you're walking through not the same situation, but they want to a change but those sperience as those people. Those triggers still exists for them. How did you kind of I mean, was it about a total research or was it about preparing before you? in those situations to make sure that you are able to stay on your plan, I think it was almost authority said and what was the most important thing was that around me, got on board camaraderie of my crew. My dad is so important to me.
If such a huge part of what the biggest part of my success and would allow bilbil to do what I do professionally, but but also fit and everybody got on board me it's for you, you have to the community around you who are in, and you know those people instantly when you started Your journey he's gonna, be there to support you in boy. All of my guys are there to support me in. We have worked out every single day, on the road. We call it our guerrilla yard we're going away out of a battle ropes and tires and Sledge hammer kettlebells and all those things and illegal, rooting every afternoon as item in they threw out there with me and empty good thing about it- is it's a don't rush to really talked in land, share. Maybe some
our personal child that were going through because it sort of a sacred place, your ass? What we're doing added the chance to talk? Is France not have boffin employees, and it's also a good time to talk about what we're doing professionally. On the stage we come up with ideas, all the time our brains are working, we're talking were free, everyday throws in ideas, which I always appreciate, because nothing that I've learned through the almost thirty years what I've been doing. This is dead boy. There there are people. Did you smarter, people who work, you have a lot better ideas that you do. Sometimes you need to pay attention and listen, and those are the times when those avenues sort of open up between us and we can really talk about things and have openly to each other about what we do professional way, but also personally, but we need help women and more kind of support we need from each other I'm curious at you know what you're talking about being tour. Why your dated looks like in
preparation for tour and being on tour and how that front then an average Wednesday in the middle of November by like our. U I assume that maybe you're eating differently or training differently to have the endurance to keep up with with a tour is accurate. red and look I but I never miss a day of ordinary cause. I know if I did schedule every now and then days are on a pop up. Nowhere letter B, We are professionally that I'm just not guy have time and those those data rushed upon me, where I don't have time to work out what I never planning and often Whenever I try not to yesterday. You know some data lighter than others, and I would have it some days are damaging Sunday but but used do sharpening he always typically. You up still better after you do something, but when I'm getting prepared to either
or maybe to a movie or some sort of maybe a ward sure, some sort of apparent there is a routine them all into which goes back to that died that I was talking about error, which I would die get strict on during those times and in and then I'll do usually out there today work out? Why would you want in the morning and one in the afternoon and in between the meal that I explained earlier all high protein shakes to the image windows and I'll bring in Roger, was to talk about along a book to sort of my fitness guru, I'm calling Yoda, he really really die, What I do and get me out of some of the bad habits that I get into animal my own You get a little late lazy and you start doing the same things over and over again. Maybe your form gets a little our wagon Hebrew comes in when I'm getting ready to tour or do the thing I'm talking about earlier. What a doubt in my mind
he called a body shape it. S sort of looks at me he's running work and we start working on it that way it's allow I'll get into a morning routine, and then you know the rest, the afternoon she's bushmeat rehearsing when my abandoned and I'll come home into an afternoon route. I think that, if something is listen, I don't know. This is definitely something I didn't understand. Ten, fifteen years ago? But people think that you get your energy like. Oh, if you get sleeper and that matters, but there's this line that I love that says a power plant doesn't have energy. It makes energy and I think, the same for us like. If you want the energy to be able to keep up with an intense schedule on your onstage and you're doing press and all the staff you actually have. Work harder than people realize absolutely demagogic. If I don't work hard
I feel it in my man has begun to feel that we talk about that all the time we talk about that some of the days when we don't get a chance to work outward dont get a chance to work out as hard as we really want to that were sluggish one stage that night and we get asked a question all the time said, certainly when we have no sort of open and act or new people on the road, with a still haven't seen the schedule that we that we keep me God. They were all to overrule the road. We literally do three work out today were not everybody does that, but a majority of us did that will start in the morning and mostly its with stretching yoga in the morning to really it's a long walk stretching Yoda just to get a bodies, warmed up, stretched out it, but it. But it's not it's more. acted. Yoga get word word, there's the muscle involved with it and then then, after large
Our before limits, we usually run the steps in the stadiums only arena where we have to be plain or run the lawn, Lambeth eaters that were planned and that's our mid day thing and then, after that we have large and we take a little butter, Breakin her body rest a little bit and then usually around three thirty. Four tony afternoons when we start are sort of not really all across did not release placid crossed. It is a combination of sort of a functional to listen. Contains around in the afternoon and natural to work out a day, and if we don't do that, if we don't get those in which we feel stage- but we look sometimes at night, while world stage the energy that we have, the energy which transfers into the audience an absolute our assembly relationship when that happens We know that what we put the word we put in that daze really what makes our show what it and that's all we explained to artists or other actual collusion bands to come.
on the road with us and they ask. How can you put all that work here during the day and have enough energy for the night? Not well? We we ve come to realise that if we don't put that work in and get that work in turn the data we don't have the energy that we need an absolute I'm ok. I wasn't gonna tell this story, but I feel like, since you mentioned stadium stairs. You just set me up too good for hit. I did not mention so years ago. I was seven months pregnant with my second son and it was when you and faith were on tour together and carers. Like the first time we all went on toward together Yes, why mean gosh Maybe even though maybe you ve been onto our like seventeen times and I am making up the number, but we don't don't count street, we met on tour Ok, so this is the second time. Then you are at staple centre, I'm seven months pregnant. gone to get a drink and as I'm walking back down the steps you
bbq stain on my white t, shirt like my song, comes on. to seeing as allowed as I possibly can- and I turned around to tell my sister- oh my god, it's turn around to tell my sister, oh my god, it's my song and a trip, fall down every step in the staple sinner, seven months pregnant, and I know I was fine and the baby is fine. He is eleven years old now, but If you want to see a crowd of people, come to the aid I mean watching pregnant woman, roll down the steps like out above, accuse their mobile. I do share my only like a bowling ball down the stable, sinner steps. That is my favorite TIM aground memory. You are not aware of it, but very pleased by now he's fine he's doing great yeah. You know he's gotta, never mind
he's going to make a joke a question not a little bit, maybe about health but kind of leaning in. Another direction, because I dont often have the chance to speak to someone at your level, and this is something ponder and am curious about all of the time, You said earlier in a you: ve been doing this for thirty years, like I remember, being a little girl at girl scout camp. Seeing your songs, like you have been around you Ben around my whole life, point warmly: I started when I was in the six exactly right, but there is long ago long ago You had won the awards. You had made the money, you had achieved success in your field and an extra ordinary success so at some points and I'm guessing this was years back like you had hit the pinnacle. What makes you keep going like?
what makes you keep trying? What makes you reach for excellence, because there are so many performer you and your space who would not be out there working out. Three times a day just so that they could do an excellent like that they could give back to the audience in that way. So what is that motivation? After all this time, yeah sure the question. You not, I think for me. Only goes back to feeling like I'm not always have something to learn, seemed like an eye what a live up to them. success, but I've had in trying to get my abilities equal to I think of my abilities, as as I feel equal to what the perception is, what I do,
I would want to work harder and learn more. I mean I guess it goes back to the athlete needed. I always liked it. There's another Superbowl. Any salt mean working hard in order to get the opportunity to opportune to do that. Now. You doctor, like Basel fortunate, grateful lucky in a lot awaited to add the The new us existed at had need the doors open up for me that I had opened up for me in agenda Why did I headed, certainly gosh country music is given the everything good bye like I'm, not wooden, I wouldn't have. I wouldn't married, married and had the family that I have with mild incredibly perfect, Why did? I did? I had entered wasn't for country user beyond that? I got a lot to contravene sooner or later, my fans, my shop to work harder? I feel like I'm
just now, understanding what it is that I do and how to do it and then there's the flip side of my children being young turn them during those times and now, but there twenty to twenty one and almost eighteen years old, I can't I wanna keep do it because I want them to enjoy it as young adults, you known in what it is that I do it how hard I work and maybe set an example for them to work hard in their lives, which they all do. you feel some kind of pressure with Emmy talks about writing an album. Do you feel some kind of pressure with each release to level up, or is each hour its own artistic peace, its own thing. It gets to stand alone get to stand alone. Look I'm not Maybe maybe one day, I will certainly maybe one I'm finished I'll. Do that the Gaza, I'm not,
a good looking behind looking back on Gaza. I have a hard time put a timeline together when things happening what went on and on maybe I have it Maybe it's like a quarterback because a lot of interceptions it has a short memory, so they can keep moving. Who keep lay in hard on again. The way forward more that I looked back. So every project me is almost like a their chance to try to step up my game and prove that I can get better the network really try to do it, and I try to create a sort of a tapestry of life, with every record that I make this is a question. I dont know how serving of the audience it isn't like fully self serving of me. He, but I'm curious. Have you ever had something Are you have such a career, but was there ever something that was such a break out? Maybe this is earlier on in your career. It was,
such a monster that you felt like it was hard to make something loss or do you really feel like you, ve always had that that believe that ok the passes the pass and now we're moving forward. Oyster, depleted tat. His passion and the moon aboard the town would happen, certainly exe. if an existential moments that have stood out in my career, that a push that sort of raised elevated what I was doing, certainly right the very beginning of my career. I can remember a moment where we had you don't lie out and I would have booked rush out had put her and I was playing a lot like a small clubs here here, but maybe five hundred or eight hundred people, and we but pretty solid good. clubs and then indian, outlaw came out which was offer. My second album. The first album really do anything in and when that's all
came out. It blew up really big, really quickly but what I don't wanna do it, because I thought maybe this will be the always sounded. I haven't done anything tried him cancel many of my club show. Because I didn't want, making it I've gotta get up. Dharmu I'll have to go back and play these clubs again and if I can't will be shows, then maybe I won't have good relations these people, so I kept all my club shows, so we were, Claude held by one or two to seven hundred people, and we would show up at the club and narrow beaten. Almost a mile long beginning my times they would be to the rafters and there would be two thousand people outside the club just listening throughout through the doors the outside club a natural. We will, I've got something truly changing the way we handle in stadiums Amida, but arenas on the weekend, sometimes as well. We would do maybe but Wednesday Thursday,
we would be played a five or six hundred feet. Club and middle trotting affairs would be planet. Fifty thousand feet arena at that time, moment? We really shall like something change and, as we were playing Houston Texas one night, and it was probably in eight hundred free club, and it was packed the rafters and a boner had set up big screen tv outside in the parking lot in the parking lot were packed full of people started. Thinking don't take the girl and everybody can't we just quit plague and everybody in the club, and we can, even here from the outside people, singing a louder than were abandoned. I sort of looked around at each others. Is my gosh theirs the really going on here. Maybe we won't have to worry about our report, but you. Kept there. Wasn't there hesitation to create something new you just kept head down in the world.
is that right, yeah just there are people work. Any number of jobs, your national who can sing circles around me who are better artist and I'll, never be that nobody will ever here so I shall like it there's a responsibility not only to my fancy myself to my family to mark created it. Thanks, but also to the people. I know they'll never have a chance to try to get better. Try to improve gotta make a bet record every time I go out to make a better show every time I go out, so I'm not not taken advantage of the opportunities it. I'm getting. Warm I love. I just feel like it so unusual If someone in your position, who still has that attitude keep it in the hope of nurturing a whole by
Ashley. Finding ways like weathered, write, books, doing movies talking you up. keep putting my shop imposition of deep to meet people who teach me stumbling costly. we always at that fire for my creativity, which is why Do all these things. Does it help does help my creativity, man by creativity, expands the way. I look at life in the way I look at my career and one of these days artistically there they go away, but hopefully stays with me forever and just well in my life, I love that I'm so inspired and I'm I'm thinking through your career, you I have in my car, you, you have gone into acting you I've done the books, like you, ve done all these things, which are you sort of stepping and challenging yourself, and I always think there That moment of, I don't know you fill theirs, but winners, having into a new medium and your feeling sort of the stress of only crap. I
Never done this thing before and I was really excellent in this. Over here and I'm going to intentionally put myself into an arena where I could fail. That's really when we grow it's really when you grow in the end and have done that in sometimes probably I've done it subconsciously. They thinking that I had the confidence to going to do it in something. You know that feeling that you get sometimes when you do, I go my gosh. I stepped in over my head. Absolute, no, the moments that you sort of deal that that panic inside your good, but you continue to do it. You continue to go that you find a different place. gear and a different level that you can region and gadgets habitable planet has worked with fantastic actors. I mean not only that, but getting on state of my wife in Vietnam, the average cigarette despotically harmony of which I cant do naturally at all, but to learn how to fling harmony
with my wife is one of the best figures on a planet. Tat is one of the biggest things is as approved my career. They more than anything. is the learned a thing with her she's taught me so much as a singer and she's an instinctive singer. Who does it really it just comes naturally to her to step out there just put on the great shown thing for me. It's funny because she's sort of the pirate bay and end up and the Bay and the rock in our family when it comes to everyday life and and and none like I guess, but when it comes. To work. She likes to be spontaneous and is it all comes so natural to her, and I like everything and I'm Taipei when it comes to work like everything scheduled, the industry place every night at the right time when you performing all those sorts of patient she's, taught me to loosen up a little bit on stage in and be a little more spontaneous, and maybe I've taught her to be at least be one
lighters posted at the centre of learned so much from by stepping outside my comfort zone and learn how to see old differently I think what I'm taken out of this interview- and I am so grateful for the chance to talk to you because it gives me this perspective- is the word that keeps popping up my head. evolution. I mean we ve been watching. You evolve for all these years, and you know this is just the latest medium that your stepping into with this new book to show us the tools that you have now and the things that you ve gained and the wisdom that you have. So I just I want to acknowledge that and tell you how much I appreciate as a fan getting too to watch this. It's It's incredible, and I am so grateful that you took the time to talk to us we share your stories and yeah. That's I will go.
In a scream as soon as I hang up with such a tree, Mattel tell listeners for the new book. What's it called, where can I get it? Working they find out. More information gives all those juicy details or you drink. certainly to my website, which I can list right off, the bat resembled not Solar, a more analogue than I thought I could all that stuff, the Bush grit and grace trying to mine, train the body known your life and, Really. I wrote a because people ask me match me questions all the time about my journey to fitness and and what, if not for me mentally fiddles, physically personally and professionally, and typically I'm in Five minute interviews why dont had a chance to really expand on anything in this book gives me the opportunity to expand on, on some other things, I've, died, how how they work,
for me- how they might work for you have made up, but they may not work for everybody, but maybe provides a little bit of inspiration baby. It provides a little bit of up to enable provide at least a chance to look around and see how you can prove your life and improve the things that you do it and maybe give yourself a little bit of grit cybercrime. Thank you so much for being on the rise pie, casta. We have leveled up in a big way. You just you know, lived in average, Tuesday or Wednesday or whatever day of the week. It is, but I feel like I got. This is the coolest thing that has ever happened. So thank you. So much for the time talking to you some more. ladies and gentlemen, did I mentioned. I have a book coming out, here's a thing: it's called get out of your own way. Sceptics guide to growth and fulfilment and we're
the priest cell window of windows. I am were excited about having written a book for both men and women about the twenty lies that I once believed that were keeping me in my own way. I have written this. The perspective of some one that is totally differ from Rachel Hollis, even if the format is somewhat similar to grow wash your face, I wrote it from the respect for someone, who's been skeptical of tools like this book or even the park you listening to for ever and ever its through that lends that I'm talking about the ways that I was getting in my own way and I think in covering the truth. Behind those lies, not only help me get out of my own way. It I'll help you get out of Europe's. There are two ways I want to say. Thank you for preparing this book. I have created an e course. Unequal Yes and eco. Sixty minutes each course called finding your why it's a fantastic resource It's available absolutely for free right now for having pure of the book.
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