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Each week we’ll bring you a new episode with an EXCEPTIONAL entrepreneur, author, thought leader, speaker or leader in their field. The goal of The Next Level Podcast is to inspire and educate by extracting key lessons from those who have already been there. Each week our special guest will gift you a download, secret, tip or strategy to help YOU get to The Next Level.
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Oct 3, 2016

Charlie Hoehn is a marketing strategist and keynote speaker. After a virtual internship with Seth Godin, he went on to advise many bestselling authors and prolific entrepreneurs. He worked alongside Tim Ferris for years as his Director of Special Projects, whom he helped edit and launch the #1 New York Times bestseller The 4-Hour Body. Charlie’s book Play It Away — which Tony Robbins called “The cure to your stress!” — sold thousands of copies, and is the #1 Google search result for “cure anxiety.” He has spoken at the Pentagon, and has been featured on NPR’s TED Radio Hour, Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, and many others. He lives in Austin, Texas. If you’ve never had to google cure anxiety, you may not know the that our guest today was the guy who wrote those top articles We dive into topics like falling into the trap of working around the clock, taking work too seriously, Charlie's shift away from conventional jobs into working with best selling authors like Ramit Sethi and Tim Ferris, working to the point of complete exhaustion, how Charlie tried everything to overcome anxiety, how play is actually a survival mechanism, letting kids develop through play, starting to prioritize play, the key elements of worry free play, some steps to alleviate panic attacks, not taking your thoughts too seriously - this is a big one, one key practice for combating ruminating, and so much more...

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