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Author: Alexis Fernandez

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Mindset hacks to live the most badass life. All things self growth, self love, relationship and learning to give less of a f**k will be discussed here, with some neuroscience thrown in for good measure.
85 Episodes
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This episode I break down what co-dependency actually is, how to identify it, what the warning signs are and how it ties in with self love.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this ep I will explain one of the common cognitive distortions - catastrophising. What is it, what happens when we do it, WHY we do it, and of course, some actionable tools to put into practice to start re-training your thought patterns.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today I interview my beautiful friend Jordin Fleming, we dive deep into overcoming set backs, being confident in your own skin, and finding validation within yourself. Lots of banter, fun and deep discussions here!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode will talk about red flags from YOUR perspective, and give you actionable tools to improve how you react or respond to things in relationships to strengthen your bond with friends, partners or relatives in a healthy way.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode covers the reasons why you are holding yourself back from making change, from taking a leap of faith and what you can be doing to start heading in the direction of where you want to go, to start taking bold action and raising your standard for your own life. It goes into the psychology of 'luck' and irreversible decisions and why they are beneficial.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode I cover a huge amount of scenarios that you may be faced with when dealing with heartbreak, and how to gain the tools to help you move on faster, and for good.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today’s episode I go into a deep dive into the neurotransmitter dopamine. How it is involved in reward seeking behaviour, and addiction. I explain the difference between chemical and behavioural addictions. I then talk about the role it plays in focus and motivation and natural ways to increase your levels of dopamine, or what to do if you are constantly feeling flat and unmotivated.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode I have Katie Williams on the Pod. We talk all things career, getting shit done, drive, goals, and having balance in life. I swear this girl and I share so much in common and it was so good to finally get her on. I think you guys will LOVE it and her.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode is quite different to all my other ones. I answer your questions about my own personal life, ups and downs, adventures, love life, overcoming challenges and growing up. Thanks for tuning in beans! (No brain hacks in this ep today beans!)  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today I go into all the reasons why you may be hesitating or procrastinating, and then I go into ways of approaching thoughts or situations differently, so you can start taking action, and stop unintentionally blocking yourself to reaching your full potential.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode I dive into more self love, and how you can empower yourself to take more control with your life and your choices. I break down 4 specific hacks and I talk about how to stop putting your happiness in the hands of others.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode explains what decision fatigue is, how we have a quota of decisions we can make in a day before we start to struggle, how it affects our impulse control and our tendency to procrastinate. It covers the importance of making habits in your life, and explains what cognitive ease is and how to become a better analytical thinker.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
So often our unrealistic expectations of our partner get in the way of creating a great connection. This episode helps you identify these unrealistic expectations you may have, or that your partner may have, and I will show you how letting go of them actually brings you closer, and makes you feel more comfortable within the relationship.     See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today I am interviewing Rob and Lach from the Funny Business Poddy. We discuss starting a podcast, taking that leap, networking, general banter and I put them on the spot and ask them some questions from the DYFM card game.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode goes through my top tips on how to say no. No matter who you are dealing with. How to not feel guilty or intimidated, or how to not feel like your arm is being twisted.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's episode, I interview Tim Mercer, a genomics and synthetic biology expert who also works on developing mRNA vaccines. We answer all the listener questions about different vaccines, the biology of Covid19, the future of the virus and so much more!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The long awaited for SLEEP episode. This ep covers SO MUCH about sleep, the effects of lack of sleep, blue light, and how your circadian rhythm works. I talk about health, weight gain, mood disorders, memory problems and how they are all linked to poor sleep quality and ways you can fix this!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How to forgive, and wrap your head around forgiveness. This is for people who have apologised, but even more so for those who have never sought to apologise or repair the problem. This episode will get you to a place of power, and give you so much more peace around situations where someone has wronged you.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Science Deep Dive - My first one yet! This episode will cover how Tryptophan can be converted to serotonin or instead, a neurotoxin. What you can do to lower levels of toxicity which can cause depression and neurological disorders, and how to increase other neurotrophic factors within the brain and body for a more neuro-protective effect.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We are back for more!!! Part of even more unsolicited comments! In this episode I answer specific comments received by you, the listeners, and give you advice on how to deal with people who are always dishing out the comments. Listener Survey https://forms.gle/n5Dj78riBcakFo4z9  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Draga Roncevic

Do not get a the covid injection. It's not a vaccine. Please do some research. Do not rely on the bought doctors and politicians appearing on the TV spewing propaganda. No one needs this injection. It's designed to kill you. #scamdemic #depopulation #fakenews #wakeup

Jun 22nd
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Erfane Bagharaat

Hi, beautiful legend! Can I have an address or a link to the guy who you said you are doing Botox with? Thanks for all of your helpful podcasts, You should know you are the one who makes me more confident in my hard lonely time. love love love

May 1st
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Di Barron

thank you.

Mar 12th
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Di Barron

omfg I really relate with my exphyco. the worst thing is she reaching out having one-sided conversation. then get text to say wow great conversation. to me total bullshit. get out of my space.

Mar 12th
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Malinda Smith

loving the podcast, can you slow down your speed talking a touch please.

Feb 7th
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BaBee01

zThanks girls!! happy new year!

Dec 21st
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Louise Elliott

Your podcasts have been EXACTLY what I’ve needed to hear this week, helping me process some hard & daunting truths. F*****g on point content Alexis!

Sep 20th
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Claudia Coe

Fuckkkkk;I feel like these eps are recollections of some of the fucking hardest, most shitty & unpleasant YET life altering lessons my stubborn ass has had to learn to date 😂 I have one hell of a fucking story that I plan to approach multiple podcasts with to engage in a collaboration/ft. episode when someone (and they will) throws me a bone in the future but before then I need to tone down my potty mouth and have been working on it everyday. In the meantime, since discovering you and knowing how much I want this (I can see it, I have lesson's to teach and stories to share with the world) I got the urge to leave a comment and see if you would take me on as a collaborator when/if you ever plan to have a guest on the podcast - I won't have to watch my mouth as much and it would be well-needed experience in doing something I've never done before. I will eventually work in the field of motivational speaking (think, Ted Talks, Brene Brown) but am not currently, but close to beginning my study of Neuroscience, basing a lot of my reasearch around Nueroplasticity and trauma based mental disability/helath conditions, as well as the Science of Psychology. I have experienced quite a few downfalls in what I'd like to think is a pretty short lifetime and what I've managed to do with those short comings and how I've managed to turn my adversary around and "self-medicate" (aka. I don't take anti-depressants or mood stabilizers) to save my kidney health due to my super rare genetic disease (around 50 ppl in QLD, 450 Aus wide with my disease) is pretty cool and worth being shared! Plus, it's a rare X-linked lysosomal storage disorder which may intrest you considering what you're studying and I'd be happy to share anything you might want to know, straight from the source. 😉😌 reply to this if my message tickles your fancy and I'll drop an email address below to begin correspondence. - My leap of faith! Cheers babe, chat soon. *visualising your reply now* 😌

Sep 11th
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Amanda Kelly

I have just discovered you, and omg I am so F#@king happy I stumbled upon you. Girl! you are helping me in way mentally that I paid good money for through therapy. love the positivity and realness. Thanks hun 😛 x

Sep 2nd
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Glenys Howitt

too much bad language

Aug 29th
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Dee

Love that you mention not having tools back then but having them now. 💕

Aug 20th
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Dee

top line "I'm bored, goodbye" . love your work!

Aug 7th
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Tayah Edwards

I love that you dropped the Cbomb

Jul 30th
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Di Barron

This is the most amazing advise podcast I have heard. keeping it f#$@*ing real. Wish I had heard this 20 years ago after the break up not just now. Everything resonates with me. Funny, inciteful, challenging my thoughts; very interesting. A big THANK YOU.

Jul 26th
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Carla Roux

This has brought alot of answers to question I had to my past relationship, always felt that things were not quite right and asked my family and friends for help but they didn't know what I was talking about. Now I know the key signs thank you for being straight forward about it!!

Jul 11th
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Detective Jay 🧐

the C bombs enough!!!

Jul 3rd
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