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The Next Level with Jeff Agostinelli

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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Now displaying: April, 2018
Apr 30, 2018

As entrepreneurs, artists, and transformational leaders, we often think we can do it all. But just because we can doesn't mean it's our best use of time or that it will lead us down the path of fulfillment and greater creativity and expression.

Before her son Kingston was born transformational leader, entrepreneur, and humanitarian Alexi Panos had her hand in every aspect of her business. With the arrival of a newborn, Alexi quickly realized that pioritizing was at the top of the list and with a few choices slashed her working hours from 80 to nearly 20 a week.

A leader in the Emergent Wisdom movement, Alexi Panos was named as one of INC's magazines TOP 10 ENTREPRENEUR'S CHANGING THE WORLD, one of Origin Magazines TOP 100 CREATIVES CHANGING THE WORLD, and is a featured expert in the films THE ABUNDANCE FACTOR, RISEUP and AGE OF THE ENTREPRENEUR. As a bestseller, Alexi has authored the books 50 WAYS TO YAY! and NOW OR NEVER, both by Simon & Schuster.

Today we'll dive into some of the strategies she's implemented to Work LESS and LIVE MORE and even some of the things that get in the way and how she works through them.

In this episode you'll learn

  • How to see where your best use of time is in your business
  • How to craft your day that works for you especially if a morning routine is not your thing
  • How to be solution oriented when it comes to navigating conflict
  • Some ways to continually step out of victim mentality and into personal accountability
  • The difference between blame and responsibility
  • What 100% responsibility really means and how to make it useful
  • Why responsibility is empowering
  • And MORE…
Apr 23, 2018

In The Beauty Diet: Unlock the Five Secrets of Ageless Beauty form the Inside Out, internationally acclaimed nutrition and natural beauty expert David Wolfe distills the five factors that lead to exceptional, lasting beauty.

David ‘Avocado’ Wolfe is the rock star and Indiana Jones of the superfoods and longevity multiverse. The World’s top CEOs, ambassadors, celebrities, athletes, artists, and the real superheroes of this planet—Moms—all look to David for expert advice in health, energy, peak performance, beauty, herbalism, nutrition, and chocolate!

David is the author of many best-selling books, including: The Beauty Diet, The Sunfood Diet Success System, Naked Chocolate, Amazing Grace, Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future, Chaga: King of the Medicinal Mushrooms and Longevity NOW. He has also appeared in numerous breakthrough documentaries and films including: Food Matters, Hungry for Change, GMOs Revealed and Discover the Gift.

His Facebook page (www.facebook.com/DavidAvocadoWolfe) and Facebook videos and posts reach millions of people each week around the world with succinct powerful inspirational quotes, news, health information and education. David’s Facebook fan-base is over 12 million strong, making his influence one of the most widely commented, clicked, and shared in the world. David is also the co-developer of one of the world’s leading kitchen appliances: the NutriBullet™.

If you're still feeling the slow sluggish nature of winter as we are shifting seasons, the cleanse and recipes outlined in The Beauty Diet are a great way to hit the reset button and bring back that healthy looking skin for the summer.

Today we'll unpack what David presents in his new book The Beauty Diet and how to begin eliminating toxins and focus more on detoxification instead of just nutrition.

In this episode you'll learn

  • How the organic standard has changed over the years and what to look for when it comes to food
  • What toxins are and why cleansing for beauty is the only way
  • How plastics and BPA's act as hormone mimickers
  • The difference between foreign toxins and metabolic toxins
  • How detoxification is more important than nutrition for longevity
  • When is the best time to cleanse
  • Where to start with cleansing
  • Some places to start with superherbs
  • How to add more superfoods into your diet
  • How to start restricting calories and add in more liquids
  • How to cleanse with charcoal
  • and MORE…
Apr 16, 2018

If you look at nature, every organism has it's role. In modern times, we've become the exception.

From early on, we are taught to conform, to blend in. After starting over at zero financially, after what many would consider a failed acting career, Adam Roa experienced a series of events that eventually led him to the moment of enough is enough. He started to carve his own unique path.

Since then he has gone on to become an artist, creator, and an inspiration in helping to assemble the new paradigm.

In this episode you'll learn

  • What it took for Adam to start calling himself a coach even though he was already actively coaching
  • The role of plant medicine in Adam's transformation
  • What coaching and mentorship can do to change your life
  • The big distinction between awareness and taking action
  • How money is only a small part of the goal and what to aim for
  • Understanding achievement and fulfillment
  • How we assign value and meaning to different goals
  • The lessons nature and its symbiotic relationships can tell us about our purpose
  • What it means to reconnect with our own unique code and insticts
  • Realizing the importance of all roles... leaders and supporters
Apr 9, 2018

In the spirit of switching things up, I thought it would be fun to turn the tables and unpack some of my coaching experience with Lauren Zander.

Lauren was on the show back on episode 069 to talk about her book Maybe It's You, and today she is back to help unpack a little bit about the coaching process and what doing the work really means.

Before this interview I had a coaching session with Lauren and let me tell you... it was no joke. It was rather enlightening actually and I learned A LOT about myself, my life up until now, and some things I had no idea were operating in the background.

It all started with the HW I did for the session. I was super intimidated at first when her assistant let me know that it would take about 8 hours to complete... 31 pages later, I not only realized a ton about my life, but I actually realized I really like writing.

Today we are going to unpack some of our session together, what I discovered working with Lauren, the power of integrity, unraveling what haunts us and so much more.

In this episode you'll learn

  • Why we tend to pick coaches that are the opposite frequency of what we need
  • The real work that's required with an iron clad system of coaching
  • Some of the investigation that's required to uncover the truth about your personal history and contributing factors
  • What hauntings are and how to start unraveling them
  • How a swift kick in the ass was exactly what I needed but up until now was avoiding
  • The difference between what you get out of a book and what can happen when you work with a coach
  • The importance of metrics and measurements in defining a successful day
  • and MORE…
Apr 2, 2018

David Burkus is a best-selling author, a sought after speaker, and associate professor of leadership and innovation at Oral Roberts University. His forthcoming book, Friend of a Friend, offers readers a new perspective on how to grow their networks and build key connections—one based on the science of human behavior, not rote networking advice. He’s delivered keynotes to the leaders of Fortune 500 companies and the future leaders of the United States Naval Academy. His TED talk has been viewed over 1.8 million times and he is a regular contributor to Harvard Business Review.

In this episode you'll learn

  • Why David calls himself a recovering academic
  • Why you need to understand the unifying principles of how networks work and not just master your elevator pitch
  • How most people find networking dirty and what to do instead
  • The biggest mindset shift to see your network as something you exist in, not something you do
  • What are Weak and dormant ties, and why they can be more valuable than your close ties
  • Why thinking of people in a work context through more of a friend context can be helpful
  • How there can be a great divide between personal and business and how to bridge that gap
  • How the shared activities principle can result in a foundation for a deeper connection with new people
  • Some useful conversation starters, and one David learned from Lewis Howes
  • and MORE...
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