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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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Jan 30, 2017

Writer, speaker, and life coach Martha Beck is the author of ten books, some of which, to her continued astonishment, are bestsellers. Readers can get a monthly hit of her unique blend of humor, science and spirituality in O, The Oprah Magazine. Martha recently published her first novel, Diana, Herself: An Allegory of Awakening, which Elizabeth Gilbert has called “a perfect book.” Today we dive into one of her books, Finding Your Way In A Wild New World and so much more. We dive into topics like how Martha originally got on the path, what motivated Martha to originally change the way she lived, nature can heal and healing your true nature, how suffering is a strong motivator and how to pay attention to it before it gets too bad, developing stillness of the mind by asking a few key questions, when the student is ready, the teacher appears, the technologies of magic, how everything has a consciousness, bending spoons, Martha's top 3 daily practices for seeing in a brand new way, how to be present with intense emotions, navigating the storm before the calm, and so much more.

Jan 23, 2017

My guest today wrote two of my favorite books on applying the principles of brain science, and the best part is... he makes it super simple to understand AND practice. Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a psychologist, Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, and New York Times best-selling author. His books are available in 26 languages and include Hardwiring Happiness, Buddha’s Brain, Just One Thing, and Mother Nurture. He edits the Wise Brain Bulletin and has numerous audio programs. A summa cum laude graduate of UCLA and founder of the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom, he’s been an invited speaker at NASA, Oxford, Stanford, Harvard, and other major universities, and taught in meditation centers worldwide. His work has been featured on the BBC, CBS, and NPR, and he offers the free Just One Thing newsletter with over 120,000 subscribers, plus the online Foundations of Well-Being program in positive neuroplasticity that anyone with financial need can do for free. We dive into topics like what is neuroplasticity, what creates fundamental change in the nervous system, how to cultivate inner resources, about 1/3 of what shapes us is hard wired into our brain while about 2/3 is learned behavior, nerves that fire together wire together, how do we start to interrupt the path of doing life on automatic, how to manage and learn from your own thoughts and feelings, how the brain evolved to be "velcro for the bad and teflon for the good”, what is negativity bias, the practice of Taking in the good... turning good moments into a great brain, becoming competent at your own interior, what Rick's practice looks like for taking in the good, and so much more…

Jan 16, 2017

While seeking alternative educational models for my own children and learning some key insights from my wife, I came across the work or Pat Farenga and Growing Without Schooling. Patrick Farenga brings more than 34 years of fieldwork, advocacy, and personal experience (he and his wife unschooled their three daughters) to help parents and children learn in their own ways. Pat is a writer and education activist who addresses academic and general audiences about working with children, not on children, to help them learn. Farenga worked closely with one of the founders of the modern homeschooling movement, the late author and teacher John Holt, and published Growing Without Schooling magazine (GWS) from 1985 until it stopped in 2001. GWS was the nation’s first periodical about learning without going to school, started by Holt in 1977. In today's episode we are going into the educational system, and then unpack what the unschooling revolution is all about. We dive into topics like, how the educational system is long overdue for an upgrade, what is unschooling, the origins of unschooling and deschooling, growing Without Schooling, the conditions we have set up around how to learn and why it's not the most optimal, the true statistics of how many Americans actually have college degrees and what that really means, how education is actually part of the problem of our social structure, the truth about college debt, and so much more…

Jan 9, 2017

Fully Raw Kristina (Kristina Carillo Bucaram) is a pioneer in the local, organic food co-operative movement. The founder of the largest raw, organic produce co-operative in the U.S., she has been 100% raw for over 11 years. An exemplification of all that she wishes to create, she is a leading visionary in the raw movement, especially in Houston, TX. Kristina’s inspiration for being FullyRaw came after she was able to rid herself of Hyperglycemia at the age of 18 eating nothing but a low fat raw vegan diet consisting solely of fresh fruits and vegetables with few nuts and seeds. At the age of 20 before she graduated college, she started the non-profit organization called Rawfully Organic. This organic produce co-operative in Houston, Texas grew from 12 people in her living room to thousands of families in the greater Houston city limits. Besides being the chief goddess co-operator of Rawfully Organic, Kristina has made a living coaching and inspiring thousands of others to be FullyRaw for the past few years. She is the author of The Fully Raw Diet and also the creator of her latest company called FullyRaw Juice, LLC. We dive into topics like, Kristina's story of transformation, being Fully Raw for almost 12 years, going from being in and out of the hospital at 87 lbs to turning everything around with raw food, understanding the difference between refined sugar and fruit sugar, the problem and challenge with self-diagnosing, the birth of the Rawfully Organic Co-Op, a 52,000 member co-op, the largest in the country, the natural evolution of each of Kristina's 4 businesses, moving forward even when things are scary or uncertain, and so much more…

Jan 2, 2017

Sometimes, relationship can be tough no navigate. When you put two people in the same house, add kids, work, and the inherent challenges that come along with modern schedules, friction is bound to come up. I find myself often joking about how we aren't ever taught in school how to successfully navigate our own emotions and how to be successful in relationship. That leaves it up to us to learn by example from role models who have relationships we admire, or find that information through books, classes, blogs, and other media. My guest today has really helped me understand how relationship can take on many forms through her book Love Cycles: The Five Essential Stages of Wholehearted Love. Linda Carroll—MS, is a writer, psychotherapist and a love/life coach specializing in relationship issues of all kinds for both singles and couples, assisting people in their life transitions. If you are in relationship or have tried to navigate relationship and still find yourself scratching your head wondering how it all works, then you will love today's episode. Linda unpacks the 4 Love Cycles and we also talk about some of the most common marriage and relationship misconceptions and what to do instead. We dive into topics like how love is not merely an emotion but a daily action we practice, who to listen to and who not to listen to when it comes to love, understanding how love happens and how to make it sustainable, how love can come and go in a relationship and what to do about it, the 5 Essential Stages, the bio-chemistry of love and what actually happens to your brain when you fall in love, how falling in love can actually impair our good judgement, the number one fear for men and for women in relationship, how to find common ground in a any argument by understanding each others values, doing the regular actions of love even when you don't feel like doing it, the new standards of relationship, and so much more…

Dec 26, 2016

Personal Development's power couple, Preston Smiles and Alexi Panos, are world renowned innovators and pioneers in the Emergent Wisdom Movement. As founders of the groundbreaking Bridge Method (which includes their live workshops, and various online training programs), they have created a movement of transformation that has taken humanity by storm through their unique and passion-filled approach to sharing age-old wisdom. Using social media as a main source of connection and distribution of their lively educational videos, they've built an incredible tribe of loyal fans around the globe who aren't just inspired by their work, but are empowered by it. Preston came on the show back at episode 25 to talk about his first book Love Louder and if you are yet to check that one out, head over there after tuning into this one. It's packed full of wisdom as well. Today we dive into their new book NOW OR NEVER Your Epic Life in 5 Steps, which available for pre-order today and debuts on December 27, 2016. We dive into topics like, whatever you put into the universe, you will be tested on, what it means to really have a choice, how every day is a choice, how to make personal transformation FUN, how to change your mental, emotional, and physical state quickly, recognizing and working with conscious and unconscious agreements, some strategies for re-writing your stories in partnership, making conscious agreement for how you and your partner act around the opposite sex, where jealousy, mistrust, envy and other triggers actually come from, what to do when you take things personally, radical responsibility is the glue that holds relationships together, accepting what is, deciphering between action for the sake of action and inspired action, and so much more...

Dec 19, 2016

Christian Howes grew up in Columbus, Ohio, where he studied violin through the Suzuki method from the age of five, performed as a soloist with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra at age 16, and later earned his bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from the Ohio State University. Since 2011, performer, educator and composer, Christian Howes was voted #1 in the Downbeat Critics Poll (“Rising Stars/Violin”), named among the top three jazz violinists in the JazzTimes critics poll, and nominated for Violinist of the Year by the Jazz Journalist Association. Besides being a world class jazz violinist, Christian has a lot of insight into the creative process and has built a business around being a performer AND helping other artists create structure and develop the business side of their creative pursuits. If you are a creative and have had a challenge looking at what you do from the business side, you will get a lot from this episode! We dive into topics like, Christian's initial journey from being a classical violinist to training creativity, how we are born creative and conditioned otherwise at an early age, how to practice and develop creativity, giving yourself parameters to guide the creative framework, the importance of treating your creative business pursuit AS A business, how getting better at your craft doesn't always put you in line with success, falling into the trap of having to look a certain way as a professional, knowing when to say YES and when to say NO, how to set the right priorities, the power of accountability, being backed by a strong why, the 4 steps for creative business success, the importance of keeping things simple, how to examine your creative business logically, if you want the business, you have to ask for it, and more...

Dec 12, 2016

I met today's guest at The Summit of Greatness in Columbus Ohio just a few months ago. Chris Hawker is the Founder of Trident Design, LLC. He’s spent the last 20 years thinking up, designing, developing and selling iconic consumer products in a variety of industries. From one-of-a-kind cooking utensils to high tech innovations, Chris and his team have brought dozens of products to market. Gadget fans probably know Chris best by way of the massively popular PowerSquid and Onion Goggles. More recently, crowdfunding fans may recognize Chris from Trident Design’s record-setting fundraising campaigns. Chris is also a life coach, and the co-founder of Next Level Columbus, a leadership training center which runs intensive experiential emotional intelligence leadership workshops. Chris is a really interesting guy and has a rich history of being an entrepreneur and inventor. After I heard about his work with Next Level Trainings and the transformational work he does, I wanted to ask him how he brings together the inventors mind and personal change. AND... With a name like Next Level Trainings, we instantly had something in common. We dive into topics like, the beginnings of Chris's journey as an inventor and entrepreneur, being all in on whatever you are doing and how that leads to amazing places, learning from other people and being willing to ask questions, following your passion and sifting through the creative landscape, having a never quit mindset and when to admit defeat, how commitment crates far more rewards than it costs, the transformation Chris experienced through MITT and what eventually became Next Level Trainings, the difference between information and transformation, how we are shaped by emotional experiences early on in life, how repressed emotions find a way out, positive or negative, having the right environment to let go of old emotions, the key attributes common between being an entrepreneur and a life coach, what it takes to stick with your commitment to a goal or project, and so much more...

Dec 5, 2016

Corey's book, Naked Marriage goes through 13 marriage myths and the truth behind them. It's a great book and sheds some light on common marriage myths and how to see them from a new perspective, ultimately creating a marriage built on personal growth and true partnership. I really enjoyed diving into the book and it has opened some new doors for me on how to see marriage and relationship in a new, empowering light. In this episode we will unpack some of these myths and so much more. We dive into topics like, what is marriage really designed to do?, how marriage actually challenges us to be better people, the meaning of a naked marriage, being real in your relationship, the myth of My Spouse Completes Me, the importance of two complete people coming together, how My Spouse Completes Me shows up in conflict and arguments, learning to not react to certain anxieties and triggers, breaking down the myth of Happy Couples Do Everything Together, how our spouse is not supposed to care about everything we care about, unpacking the idea of emotional fusion and what Corey calls emotional Siamese Twins, the power of creating a life you choose with love, the difference between a successful and unsuccessful fight, and so much more...

Nov 28, 2016

If you have children, my guess is you have at some point questioned how much time they spend in front of a screen. I'm a parent myself and I find that even trying to limit my kids use of screens makes all kinds of other challenges. I discovered my guest today through a New York Times article, The Anti-Helicopter Parent’s Plea: Let Kids Play!, and I just loved what he created. There is a quote by Buckminster Fuller that comes to mind... “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” And Mike Lanza is doing this with Play by creating a better option for winning our children's attention. Mike Lanza is author of Playborhood: Turn Your Neighborhood Into a Place for Play. He also blogs at Playborhood.com . He's worked hard to create a very rich neighborhood play life for his three boys - ages 13, 10, and 8 - in Menlo Park, California. He's also discovered and written about dozens of neighborhoods throughout North America that are doing innovative things to make a vibrant life for kids. Prior to his writing career, Mike was a five-time software and Internet entrepreneur in Silicon Valley. He holds an MA in Education, an MBA, and an MA and BA in Economics, all from Stanford University. Today we talk about his book and so much more. We dive into topics like what started Mike in direction of writing Playborhood, why our kids have stopped playing outside, the many sources of competition for our kids attention, bringing the neighborhood back to life, making your neighborhood into a village, creating the "3rd place" in your neighborhood, the foundations of a social life, the importance of hanging a physical hangout for kids... not just digital, the key points for making your neighborhood hangout, the importance of free play and letting kids make up their own rules, what Mike has noticed is different in the development of his own children, and so much more...

Nov 21, 2016

For episode 50, I have friend Cameron Shayne back on the show. I had Cameron as the first episode. Cameron is the founder of the Mixed Movement Arts educational institution, Budokon University. We dive into topics like, letting the customer help shape the product, the evolution of the fitness and movement industry, the movement culture and how that has changed with social media, the pros and cons of movement and media, the nature of learning... monkey see monkey do, the distinction between education and entertainment, bringing the depth and meaning back into the movement culture, wisdom and information are not the same thing, how men and women define their values by what they see through media, the duty of martial arts to develop someones character, the science, art, and philosophy of movement culture, deciding what to post and share on social media, the invasive nature of gossip, how we are not designed to process the amount of media we consume on a daily basis, and so much more...

Nov 14, 2016

When I learned more about today's guest through his book Running Man, I was utterly amazed Charlie Engle is an author, ultramarathon runner, and just an all around inspiration. In his early years, Charlie fell into a crack and alcohol addiction that nearly destroyed his life. Now 24 years sober, Charlie is a runner who has accomplished some seriously impressive physical feats. He was one of three team members in the film Running the Sahara which was narrated by Matt Damon. In the film Charlie, along with Ray Zahab and Kevin Lin ran 50 miles a day for 111 days straight! Just imagine what that took even just mentally to stick with such harsh conditions. His book Running Man was about so much more than running. It taught me about life, about how to face challenges, and no matter what life presents us, we always have a choice in what meaning we attach to events. We dive into topics like the story behind Charlie's book Running Man, overcoming his drug and alcohol addiction, continuing to move forward and search for that new path, how to bring the mindset of running 100 miles into your life, what is an ultramarathon?, understanding addiction, how the addict is actually all the best parts of you when applied in the right places, the truth behind healthy addictions, the difference between an addict and a using addict, using running to tap into the good feelings, self-imposed suffering and the transformation that comes from it, Charlie's biggest shift in mindset from all his years of running, and so much more...

Nov 7, 2016

Daniel is a transformational entertainer, fusing his passion of helping people create better love, with his passion of making people laugh (he was a professional stand up comedian for ten years) Daniel has created several projects (TV, Theater, Radio) where he delivers his insightful lessons in an entertaining and engaging way. His book ‘Enough Is Enough’ and his online course ‘Next Level Love’ creates a system and tools where Love Athletes can use their lives as a kind of experiential workout gym, where they can train themselves with daily 'work-ins,' that over time build strong inner muscles that allow them to love themselves, and others, at the highest level possible. We dive into topics like what is a Love Athlete?, training for emotional greatness, how Daniel got into training Love Athletes, how love athlete's train, overcoming limiting beliefs around love, what Daniel had to overcome on his journey to self-love, letting go of the stories we tell ourselves around love, how to simplify to get the best results from your training, drilling down on the fear of rejection, what is really behind the fear of rejection, dismantling the lie of not enough, training for self-love, and much more...

Oct 31, 2016

Erin joined Demeter in 2013 to help “Heal the Planet through Agriculture”. Her childhood memories on her grandparent’s “philosophically organic” farm infused her with a deep passion for Horticulture. In her mid 20’s, she went from classroom to hands-on, building her first greenhouse and growing lots of food, flowers, and herbs on her heirloom nursery farm. Needing an educated market, she started her town’s first thriving farmer’s market and picked up accounts at restaurants and schools. Always a fan of brilliant minds and the intelligence of nature, she studied geniuses such as Rudolf Steiner and Viktor Schauberger. After 5 successful years farming, Erin took her work to a national level collaborating with leading organic food companies, non-profits, educational systems, thought leaders, chefs, and authors on nutrition, farming, food systems, and much more. The culmination of her work led her to partner with Demeter USA with the aligned mission to educate farmers, consumers, and retailers as the Farmer Education Coordinator and Raw Materials Matchmaker. Her other full time job includes being a mother, photographer, and social media storyteller. We dive into topics like, what got Erin started with agriculture, Erin’s beginnings of educating the marketplace, a brief history of the Biodynamic standard, what is Biodynamic?, the affects of modern agriculture, the “closed loop” concept of Biodynamic farming, the restoration of soil, the wide range of standards that exist in Organic food certification, soil science and carbon sequestration, the two main carbon sinks, being connected to the soil, nature, food, the outdoors, Victory gardens, and so much more...

Oct 24, 2016

Gillian Mandich is a happiness researcher and is currently completing her PhD at Western University in Health and Rehabilitation Science, specializing in Health Promotion. She is a yoga and Yoga Tune Up® teacher; TV host and Community Producer of “Gillian Mandich: Cooking Adventures”; co-host of Holistic Health Diary Podcast and TV show; guest health host on the Home Shopping Network (HSN); sits on the Advisory Board at Examine.com; is the creator, producer, and host of Health Science Radio on 94.9 CHRW, and writes for numerous print and online media. We dive into topics like, the unlikely path that got Gillian started as a happiness researcher, what the research says about happiness and how it affects the other areas of your life, anxiety, stress, depression, and happiness, Gillian’s favorite happiness strategy through all her years of practice and research, the correlation between gratitude and happiness, creating an environment that reduces barriers to reaching your goals, the distinction between “health care” and “sick care”, the practice side of happiness, things you can do to get back up when you are faced with challenges, how happiness and sadness are completely different constructs, how happiness looks different for each one of us, and so much more...

Oct 17, 2016

Successful author, speaker, entrepreneur, and innovator, Dallas Hartwig is a coveted influencer in the behavior change industry. Dallas’s passion is making the world better by offering people organized opportunities to make better lifestyle choices, opening new doors to human connection and self-expression. In consulting with individuals and organizations, Dallas offers a unique perspective on where to start with healthy behavior change, gives guidance on how to continually improve, and facilitates both individual independence and meaningful community. In 2009, he co-founded Whole9 and the original Whole30 program. Dallas Hartwig is the New York Times bestselling co-author of The Whole30 and It Starts With Food. He is a functional medicine practitioner, behavior change expert, and health consultant. In his free time, Dallas snowboards, travels for photography, and rides his motorcycles. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah, with his son. We dive into topics like Dallas's unconventional upbringing, having a slower more connected way of living, what, Dallas' big driver was to bring a more connected way of living into the marketplace, getting back to your roots, the societal norm or getting up early, living to work, and keeping your nose to the grindstone, the danger of chronic stress, the connections between stress and food choices, the meaningful sensation of being loved and accepted and how that stabilizes the stress response, how we evolved to be social creatures and what that means for our hard wired tendencies, the difference between real connection and connecting through social media.

Oct 10, 2016

Aaron Anastasi is a SoCal native who graduated with a master’s degree from Princeton Theological Seminary. He’s also a serial entrepreneur with online businesses such Superior Singing Method, an online singing program that grosses seven-figures annually. Aaron has the #1 singing/life lesson channel on YouTube, over 11.5 million organic views and over 130 thousand subscribers total on his three channels. Along with being an LA based actor and filmmaker, Aaron is a prominent success coach. His new book, The Voice of Your Dreams, released in April, 2016, and reached Amazon's top 100 best sellers within the first week of release. We dive into topics like, how Aaron honed is singing, the birth of The Superior Singing Method, the practice of being AND doing, the magic of shifting your way of being 3-5 minutes at a time, how to get the ball rolling on any project, getting over the hump of getting started, how Aaron combines his life and business, bringing your WHY into everything you do, how shifting into contribution and service can ignite your success, what being stuck actually means, and so much more...

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...

Sep 26, 2016

We all know that on some level, if we don't master and understand our emotions, they stick around to haunt us on some level. Building emotional strength and Emotional GRIT is vital for you total health, happiness and longevity. My guest today is Neeta Bhushan, an international speaker, advocate for emotional confidence, author, socially-conscious entrepreneur, and Author of the book, Emotional GRIT - 8 Steps to Master Your Emotions, Transform Your Thoughts, and Change Your World. Her mission is to build a global community of progressive thinkers, doers, forward driving movers-and-shakers who are committed to integrating empathy-based solutions in their lives – at home, in the office, and beyond. Today, we unpack her new book Emotional GRIT, the birth of GRIT, and how to start building your own Emotional GRIT. We dive into topics like, the number one thing that changed Neeta's course in her life Neeta's seasons of adversity that led to what Emotional GRIT is today, the idea of living within your past story, life doesn't happen to you, it happens for you, moving through major divorce and career transition, compassion and forgiveness, building out your Emotional GRIT toolkit, understanding what makes you come alive, utilizing movement, music, binaural beats, gratitude and more..., what are low energy and high energy states, developing self-awareness, understanding where our stress, anxiety and other emotions come from, and more...

Sep 19, 2016

Shawn Stevenson is the bestselling author of Sleep Smarter and creator of The Model Health Show, featured as the #1 Nutrition and Fitness podcast on iTunes. A graduate of The University of Missouri – St. Louis with a background in biology and kinesiology, Shawn went on to be the founder of Advanced Integrative Health Alliance, a successful company that provides Wellness Services for both individuals and organizations worldwide. Shawn is also a dynamic keynote speaker who has spoken for TEDx, universities, and numerous organizations with outstanding reviews. We dive into topics like, how Shawn navigated his way to the health industry, shawn's super inspiring story of how healed from degenerative bone and spinal disease, the power of making a decision to get well, how proper sleep is the key to healing, staying the course and making progress, the thought process behind how Shawn balances his life and business, the myth of work/life balance and what it REALLY looks like, how to learn from the right people who have achieved what you want to achieve, the importance of play and celebration, the seasons of life, work, family, and relationship, progress is power, and so much more.

Sep 12, 2016

Josh Trent is a podcast host and wellness coach at WellnessForce.com. His vision is to empower greater wellness in over one million lives through technology and emotion. We dive into topics like, emotional intelligence and getting out of our own way, monitoring and tracking habits, behaviors, and health stats with technology, how tracking your progress can get you more excited to stick with healthy habits, quantified self technologies, what types of people do well with devices that measure and track progress, the benefits of tracking sleep, navigating our emotions How emotional intelligence is built over the course of time, what apps and technology to use to boost your emotional intelligence, the difference between human emotion and technology, the practice of behavior change, moving through the seasons of life, and so much more.

Sep 5, 2016

Jesse Elder is an action philosopher, a reality hacker, and someone who is absolutely intent on ushering in the disruption of the personal development industry. He speaks to the phenomenon of accelerated change that is happening on the planet. We dive into topics like, Jesse's journey of self-discovery, navigating and understanding the message behind pain, the difference between pain and suffering, our memories are as real as the last 30 days we have been telling ourselves the story, what the grieving process looks like, finding the upgraded meaning in a painful experience, growth is always present when pain is there, the emotional and spiritual evolution of pain, presence, unconditional love, and self-acceptance, developing insights and what's next, what P.A.I.N. stands for, beginning to detect pain before it happens, and so much more.

Aug 29, 2016

Mark Manson is an author, blogger and entrepreneur. He claims that he writes 'personal development that doesn't suck.' His writing has appeared in Forbes, Time, Vice, and the New York Observer, among others. His blog is read by over 2 million people each month. We dive into topics like the beginning of Mark's blogging and writing career, what would a more healthier negative form of self-help look like?, Mark's greatest influences in his work, a little bit about Mark's creative process, The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck, understanding personal values, the diminishing return of superficial goals, the 10 year test question Mark asked himself that woke him up to more meaningful goals, The Feedback Loop From Hell, letting go trying to control everything, and more...

Aug 22, 2016

Dorie Clark is the author of Reinventing You and Stand Out, which was named the #1 Leadership Book of 2015 by Inc. magazine. A former presidential campaign spokeswoman, she teaches at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. She is a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review, TIME, and Entrepreneur. Recognized as a “branding expert” by the Associated Press, Inc., and Fortune, Clark is a marketing strategy consultant and speaker for clients including Google, Microsoft, Yale University, Fidelity, the U.S. State Department, and the World Bank. We dive into topics like, what Dorie's path looked like before Reinventing You and Stand Out, the two big categories of why people seek Reinvention, how to navigate moving on to the next thing, what successful Reinventions look like, the evolution of the information industry, how the spread of information happens, some of the implications of the speed with which a message can carry, how to coach your inner critic, the influence of how we seek love and understanding our behavior, receiving advise from the right people, finding your breakthrough idea.... Niche down or not?, some unconventional ways to have your idea catch on, and so much More.

Aug 15, 2016

Kute quickly learned that the "outside-in" approach favored by so many in the personal development space had to become an inside-out approach. So he decided to create his own method—a process that liberates the individual and the true self at the core and then pushes those gifts outward into the universe. This helps the individual get in touch with who they really are. It is a process of breaking free—so that the individual can live, give, and share the truest expression of their self. This is what Kute calls "Liberated Living." We dive into topics like, what began Kute's quest at a very young age, how Kute eventually overcame his father's expectations, finding your connection to source and digging deep, moving into the process of surrender, balancing the process of seeking or achieving goals and allowing, what is motivating our goals is often ego and wounding, how to set authentic goals, how our goals and our dreams actually choose us, becoming and evolving into the person that is capable of achieving the vision, getting out of the way and opening to life, and so much MORE.

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