Todd Nief’s Show

Todd Nief is the owner of downtown Chicago’s #1 CrossFit gym and the coach to multiple CrossFit Games athletes. He has been featured by Men’s Fitness, WGN Radio, and NBC Chicago among others. His background in chemical engineering and as a musician in multiple death metal bands gives him a unique lens with which to unpack the models that people use to solve problems in complex areas like fitness, business, nutrition, music, economics and psychology.

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Ben Dziwulski (WODprep)

The curse of knowledge. Many coaches struggle to explain things to athletes since they get lost in technical jargon. They use anatomical terms, discuss energy

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Chelsea Troy

A lot of people have a nagging feeling in the back of their minds that they should “learn to code” or undertake some other sort

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Orion Melehan (LIFEAID)

“Being a Pollyanna actually works in your favor in business since you don’t really understand all of the obstacles.” Orion had an intuition that he

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Socratic Questioning

In a stunning and ironic twist of fate, I hereby offer a rambling and prescriptive solo podcast on utilizing Socratic questioning in elevating the thinking

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James FitzGerald (OPEX)

Isaac Newton discovered the physics of classical mechanics and essentially invented calculus – but also spent a huge percentage of his time fiddling with alchemy

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Ben Dziwulski (WODprep)

The curse of knowledge. Many coaches struggle to explain things to athletes since they get lost in technical jargon. They use anatomical terms, discuss energy

Read More »

Chelsea Troy

A lot of people have a nagging feeling in the back of their minds that they should “learn to code” or undertake some other sort

Read More »

Orion Melehan (LIFEAID)

“Being a Pollyanna actually works in your favor in business since you don’t really understand all of the obstacles.” Orion had an intuition that he

Read More »

Socratic Questioning

In a stunning and ironic twist of fate, I hereby offer a rambling and prescriptive solo podcast on utilizing Socratic questioning in elevating the thinking

Read More »

James FitzGerald (OPEX)

Isaac Newton discovered the physics of classical mechanics and essentially invented calculus – but also spent a huge percentage of his time fiddling with alchemy

Read More »