Manage episode 351391812 series 2529099
Alex Feinberg was a scholarship athlete at Vanderbilt University, where he majored in economics. He was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in 2008. After his professional baseball career, Alex went on to work at a global macro hedge fund in Hong Kong before spending six years working for Google in sales, corporate strategy, and search partnerships.
During his time in corporate America, Alex discovered an intuitive eating framework that he uses to stay ripped year-round without ever counting calories or going hungry.
2:57 "Don't understand yourself. It’s a trap!" -Brian Keith
5:00 How a winning athlete mindset is not always the best.
7:37 "Logical circuitry takes too much time to process information to come out with an accurate decision in one second." -Alex Feinberg
11:28 How intuitive students are different from logical students.
14:04 "I experience a lot of my learning and transformative growth when I remove myself from environments and then revisit them." -Alex Feinberg
18:06 "I can't control every minute detail about what happens in my career." -Alex Feinberg
19:56 Alex's food strategy to build a healthy lifestyle.