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The Rich Roll Podcast

Author: Rich Roll

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A master-class in personal and professional development, ultra-athlete, wellness evangelist and bestselling author Rich Roll delves deep with the world's brightest and most thought provoking thought leaders to educate, inspire and empower you to unleash your best, most authentic self. More at: http://richroll.com
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xavier villazana

really like this one.

Nov 5th
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Kelly Joy

this is what running is - love this

Sep 28th
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Lisa Greenough

aww m l l

Sep 25th
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randy ta

11:06

Sep 10th
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Max Maxwell

This truth is so evident when you meet a fellow spiritual practioner of running. The immediate recognition of another who is me is so validating.

Sep 4th
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Sadia Chowdhury

Plantpower LOVE from Notting Hill, London🙏❤️

Aug 24th
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Paul k

this is awesome

Aug 14th
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LYNTON ORRETT

Tried to listen but first ten minutes of just plugging products put me off.

Jul 30th
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Kristin Johnson

Kristin Johnson skip forward, I meant😊

Aug 1st
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Kristin Johnson

LYNTON ORRETT just skip it if you don't like the ads...it's worth the listen😊

Aug 1st
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Mark Roe

great podcast

Jul 17th
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colin carey

Excellent interview, great chemistry between Rich and Frank

Apr 21st
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Denise Shue

Calcium test

Feb 28th
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Tom Grasso

awesome episode. love Ray and how he expresses what he's discovered. great job!

Feb 8th
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Troy Penrod

Enjoyed. Thank You.

Feb 7th
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Ralph Gloor

56: body can adapt until not needed anymore 45-50

Feb 6th
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Jim Fash

this guy is super off-putting and abrasive. was julieanne even allowed to talk?

Feb 6th
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Troy Penrod

Jim Fash At first I wasn't thinking that. About the 1 hour 10 minute mark I would have to agree with you. I really enjoyed his science about why he eats the way he does. However, he did become condescending as the interview went on. Not a fan of him.

Feb 8th
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Cassie Jones

I listened to your podcast about addiction yesterday, and honestly I have never been so inspired about my future because of my choice to get sober and finally stay sober. it's great that you have content that actually talks about what is happening in this world around us, rather than distracting people from reality.

Jan 18th
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Brandy dewolfe

Cassie Jones if it's. me U are talking to i never giv up.Sumtimes juss giv in ,but that's life

Jan 18th
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Cassie Jones

Cassie Jones Its because of people like you, that people in recovery are inspired to begin the process of rebuilding what has been broken from their past, and rebuilding relationships that they see are worth saving. I have been thinking about how I could do exactly what you are doing through your podcast and the guests you choose to invite to be a part of your podcast, for at least 12 years now! I'm excited that you and several of your guests, have made it okay to talk about all the things people like me have been too afraid to for so long. Please do as much as you can to empower those who are not yet ready to share there truths. It's exciting to see that there are others out there that want to help the weak, bruised egos of individuals who were not lucky enough to have anyone help guide them in the right direction, or should I say try to help them. The material you are using is brilliant, in that it is real, not cosmetically edited. The real story of addiction, recovery, and the long, very difficult road to sobriety. What you are doing to help others see possibilities there weren't able to see on their own. I am sure we all get mixed emotions about recovery at some point, it's a long, winding, dark road that feels endless. With strong people who have been there and experienced some depth of the same perspective, it proves that nothing in life is unattainable, it takes faith in yourself as well as perseverance and persistence. It is also helpful to have other individuals who have already lived to talk about there experience, to help validate that the road to recovery is hard, but well worth it in the end. Don't give up hope, and don't let anything in your environment discourage you. Never ever give up.

Jan 18th
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