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How did two childhood best friends start a successful business with little money, no experience, no customers in the notoriously competitive industry? Check out the show today for an enlightening interview with Blake Bender and Eric DePaula of Stratum Fitness.
Peter Scott IV is a master of fearless living. He joins us on the show today to talk about how to understand your fears and how to deal with them
Tom Kelly is a spiritual badass, plain and simple. His story of going from a partying surfer in Santa Barbera to a 26 years living in an ashram as a monk is a true love story. He is that rare person who is 100% dedicated to his life’s purpose and makes no apologies of chasing a life of mindfulness, happiness and love.
The time to get your groove back and get life back on track is right now. No more waiting, no more wondering what to do. Today on the show you’ll meet Bronwyn Ison, a woman who’s risen from multiple challenges to create a thriving life/business for her and her daughters. Her story is truly inspirational and her common sense approach to success is one that we can all easily adopt.
f you’re over 35 and interested in optimizing your health, this podcast is for you. Today I talk to Tricia Moore about the keys to health if you’re over 35. Face it, once you’re in your 30s the rules change in terms of health. Sleep, recovery, pliability, and mobility all become paramount.
Do you want a better sex and more connection and intimacy with your partner? Are you also uncomfortable talking about sex and wouldn’t know where to start? If so then this podcast is for you.
You don’t have to be a Buddhist monk to live intentionally.
And examples of people living intentionally are all around us if we we open our eyes to them.
Such is the case with Alex Longoria, a General Manager at Philz Coffee in Encinitas.
The roles of manhood have changed.
Guys all over the world are shattering common definitions of what it means to be a man. It’s ok to share your feelings, be vulnerable and create your own story.
“The world needs to accelerate towards an economy based on passionate self-employment”- John Crestani
Have you ever wanted to start over and hit the reset button in your life? Maybe your career/relationship/health/friendships are not going the way you want and you’re ready to get back on track.
If so, then this podcast is for you.
Starting over and getting back on track can be easier than you think. In this episode, we discuss 27 simple ways to start over and get your life back on track.
If you’ve ever wondered how to write a book then today’s podcast is for you. The truth is we are all writers with a story to tell. Yes, even you (I see you shaking your head).
Writing a book is pretty cool. Publishing that book is even cooler.
On the show today I’m going to give you all the tips & tools to go from ‘person’ to ‘published author’.
You can train and run a half-marathon.
You may think you can’t but I know you can.
On today’s podcast you’ll hear how I was able to train and run a half marathon successfully despite a multitude of injuries (past & present) and despite utilizing a training program that was largely devoid of running.
If you’re anything like me the topic of managing money makes your stomach tighten and teeth clench.
Maybe you break out into a cold sweat when someone says ‘retirement planning’?
Which is why today we have the pleasure of having wealth advisor Mike Muniz on our show. He’s here to talk about all aspects of financial planning and wealth creation/wealth preservation.
Check out the podcast today to hear about 34 unconventional ways to make this the best year of your life. These aren’t the typical life lessons like ‘work hard’ or ‘be positive’ either.
Those are great but today we dig into ideas to make you happier, have a better relationship, make more money, be more appreciated & effective at work, etc.
You’ll learn how to build confidence, choose success over perfection and why being opportunistic can be a bad idea (and what to do instead).