Brandon Shack-Harris
Brandon Shack-Harris

Brandon
Shack-Harris

TWO-TIME WSOP GOLD BRACELET WINNER W/ 3.5 LIVE MTT CASHES

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Episode 198

Today’s guest on CPG has two WSOP gold bracelets, has cashed for $3.5 million in live MTTs, and is one of the coolest and most genuine humans I’ve ever had the pleasure of getting to know… Brandon Shack-Harris.

So I have a New Year’s lesson I wanna share with you before you dive into today’s show.

I took some time off from my usual slate of podcasts throughout the holidays and recorded just a handful of episodes. Around mid-December (When this episode was originally recorded) my burning desire for cranking out tons of weekly episodes was starting to wane.

The story I told myself was that the CPG Wolf project needed most of my waking energy and anything that took away from that was an unnecessary distraction.

And I believed that story right up until the moment I pressed record with Brandon Shack-Harris.

As I found myself feeling fully present and totally immersed in Brandon’s story I was reminded of all the core reason why the CPG podcast is my passion project:

Having conversations with folks like Brandon makes me feel more alive, lights me up on the inside, and genuinely makes my day.

And so, before you hear the story about the time Brandon was almost a member of the band Muse, the unanticipated way his poker journey began, or the counter-intuitive method he uses to improve his poker skills I just wanted to share with you this lesson:

Remember to make space in your life to do the things that make you feel alive inside, even if your brain and central nervous system push back. Life is too short and precious to do anything otherwise.

Now, without any further ado, I bring to you an amazing poker player and even more amazing human being… the great Brandon Shack-Harris.

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