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Today, I talk to Alex Cooper. Alex is the creator, host, and executive producer of the hugely successful podcast and brand Call Her Daddy, which amasses millions of listeners per episode and frequently tops Podcast charts. In 2018, Alex began to blaze a path through the podcasting medium that had never before existed: a space where women were encouraged, empowered, and emboldened to share their unapologetic stories and truths. Now one of the most listened to female podcasters in the world, Alex continues to break all boundaries by shattering stigmas and stomping on misogyny, all while keeping mental health and personal empowerment at the forefront. Her thought-provoking conversations are meticulously designed to explore wide-ranging topics such as life experiences, culture, health, relationships, and more, all through her lens of comedy and extreme candor. To the millions of devoted gen-z and millennial listeners (“The Daddy Gang”) the Call Her Daddy brand represents a new set of values and standards, with many quotes and phrases permeating pop-culture vernacular. In addition, the Boston-bred entrepreneur has a successful merchandise line, as well as several exciting business endeavors in the pipeline.   Alex bravely shares how she suffered through constant bullying in her younger years and the trauma she still carries because of it, the pain of feeling uncomfortable with your body, and how creating content has helped her find calmness, peace, and purpose. We talk about how gender equality remains a delicate subject, how women can help other women through various programs and campaigns, and how self respect is one of the things we owe to ourselves.  We also discuss how social media can heavily influence our thoughts and actions, how to set boundaries with it and for yourself, and why finding the right partner plays a big role in our success.Throughout the conversation, we learn that despite the many challenges we’ve faced and will face in the future, there’s no other way but to keep moving forward. Having the will to do so will help mold us to become a better version of ourselves.  What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:04:56 What was your favorite thing about Italy?00:06:33 “I turned to making content as an escape.”00:18:01 We all go through similar experiences00:20:07 “I’m the same person…”00:25:54 The trauma of being bullied00:32:04 We are not equal to men?00:38:18 You can be mindful and determined00:43:32 What is your relationship with respect?00:55:20 Taking the show to a different level01:00:23 It’s okay if you don’t know things01:05:46 Dealing with hate comments01:12:34 When people assume you’re a bad friend01:23:54 Respecting the privacy of your partner01:30:55 What are you looking for in a partner?01:36:45 The Many Sides Of You01:42:25 Alex on Fast FiveEpisode ResourcesAlex Cooper | InstagramAlex Cooper | TwitterCall Her DaddyDo you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on CalmWant to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/
Today, I am bringing something new to the table. With my good friend, Lewis Howes of The School of Greatness podcast, we’ve decided to join our heads together to talk about conversations that are uncomfortable, pressing on taboo topics, a bit thought provoking, and sometimes awkward to discuss openly. This is a space where we try to answer questions many of us may have thought of but didn’t have the opportunity to freely seek for answers.So, welcome to the first episode of the Awkward Therapy Conversations. Lewis and I address the doubts surrounding our spirituality and becoming successful. Can we aspire to be wealthy and be spiritual at the same time? Do we have to give up success and wealth to deepen our spiritual intention? Let’s try to evaluate our relationship with money, how to stay humble throughout this journey, why success built on purpose is more fulfilling than just accumulating wealth. Key Takeaways:00:00:00 Intro00:04:21 Can you aspire to be wealthy and be spiritual at the same time?00:06:15 Should we admire people who are wealthy?00:10:20 Influential people with deep spiritual intention00:20:19 How have you stayed humble in success?00:31:55 Purpose is the only thing that keeps giving to you00:39:00 Stories of success00:43:46 What is your daily spiritual practice?00:47:28 The biggest thing we struggle with00:53:41 Money comes to you when you’re ready for it 00:58:05 Let’s evaluate our relationship with moneyLike this show? Please leave us a review here - even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally! Do you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on Calm Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/
Today, I sit down with our third time guest, the one and only Dr. Daniel Amen. Dr. Amen is a physician, double board-certified psychiatrist, twelve-time NY Times bestselling author, and founder and CEO of Amen Clinics, with 10 US locations. Dr. Amen is the author of many books including the mega-bestseller Change Your Brain, Change Your Life, as well as The End of Mental Illness, Memory Rescue, Healing ADD and Your Brain Is Always Listening. In March 2022, Tyndale will publish his new book, You, Happier: The 7 Neuroscience Secrets of Feeling Good Based on Your Brain Type.Dr. Amen emphasizes the importance of our brain health. He explains how taking care of our brain and mental health is a constant daily practice, comparing the things we do to boost our brain health to eating foods that will love our body back, foods that we love to eat and are beneficial to our health. We share our thoughts on why our generation is the unhappiest and uncontented, what we can do to boost our happiness hormones, and how happiness is always tied to our health. Get more science-based tips from Dr. Amen to achieve a healthier, happier, and more fulfilling life despite the challenges and difficulties we may be going through today. What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:04:53 A healthy mind starts with a healthy brain00:08:12 Activities that damage our brains00:11:55 Brain and mental health is a daily practice00:17:31 Accurate thinking versus positive thinking00:24:02 Love food that loves you back00:28:20 Focus on the micro moments of happiness00:32:04 Why are we the unhappiest generation?00:34:42 Did you experience childhood trauma?00:45:45 Targeted nutrients to boost happiness00:49:50 What’s your brain type?00:54:19 Seek happiness in the context of health00:56:10 Dr. Amen on Final FiveEpisode ResourcesDr. Daniel Amen | TikTokDr. Daniel Amen | InstagramDr. Daniel Amen | TwitterDr. Daniel Amen | LinkedInDr. Daniel Amen | FacebookDr. Daniel Amen | BooksDr. Daniel Amen | WebsiteAmen UniversityTake The ACE QuizDo you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on CalmWant to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/
Today, I’m going to talk about the difference between overthinking and thinking effectively, what leads us to overthink things instead of thinking through them to get clear answers, and why we tend to overthink and lose focus.I share three ways we can differentiate the two and the characteristics we should look out for so we don’t end up wasting our time overthinking. Additionally, I list down four ways we can pivot from being an overthinker to becoming an action-doer, a rational thinker who wouldn’t shy away from making mistakes and failing, and has the initiative to take risks and seize opportunities. If you want to pre-order the book, 8 Rules of Love, go to https://8rulesoflove.com/Key Takeaways:00:00 Intro02:03 The difference between thinking and overthinking07:32 Difference #1: Time12:04 Difference #2: Action14:53 Difference #3: Structure16:34 You’ll never feel ready18:48 Expect failures and mistakes20:01 Break down what you want to achieve to the smallest things22:33 Surround yourself with people who take actionLike this show? Please leave us a review here - even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally! Do you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on Calm Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/
Today I sit down with the very amazing Noah Cyrus. Noah is a Grammy award-nominee, multi platinum, Nashville-born and Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter. Emerging in 2016 at the age of 16, she immediately captivated audiences with platinum singles "Make Me (Cry)" and Again. Noah teamed up with PJ Harding for the People Don't Change EP in 2021. Along the way, she performed at Coachella twice, while Billboard named her among its "21 Under 21" for three straight years. She also shined on The Late Late Show with James Corden, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Ellen, and The Today Show. Now, she introduces the next chapter with the "I Burned LA Down".Noah shares to us a vulnerable side of her and how music has helped her heal from her past. Growing up she mentioned that self-love and self-acceptance was something that she never really practiced and is still a difficult thing to do at the present but she is a work in progress and even though life is full of ups and downs, she is moving forward. We also exchanged our thoughts on why change is inevitable for people and how we can be comfortable with it. Noah herself experienced a life changing experience and I am so honored to hear her story. Checkout her latest album here: https://noahcyrus.lnk.to/thpWhat We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:03:53 “I just wish the days are longer”00:07:02 Healing our inner child00:10:23 Self-acceptance and self-love00:13:57 Healing through music00:19:03 Falling out of love00:23:27 Do people change?00:28:23 Life changing experience00:34:11 Worshiping other people00:38:53 “I can” mentality00:42:40 Noah on Many Sides To UsEpisode ResourcesNoah Cyrus | InstagramNoah Cyrus | TwitterNoah Cyrus | FacebookDo you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on CalmWant to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/
Today, I’m going to share with you the difference between chemistry and compatibility, why we often mistake having strong chemistry and attraction to our partner as compatibility, and how these two are completely different but related at the same time.We get to dive into how chemistry and compatibility are both crucial elements to sustain a successful relationship, as well as how we can strengthen our bond by recognizing our differences, having respect for each other at all times, and being able to express our feelings and emotions freely and without judgment.  If you want to pre-order the book, 8 Rules of Love, go to https://8rulesoflove.com/Key Takeaways:00:00 Intro02:31 Chemistry doesn’t work without compatibility14:45 Recognize differences18:55 Awareness of their stance22:08 Respect their approach23:17 Express your feelings without feeling judged26:11 The six areas of compatibilityDo you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on Calm Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/
Today, I sit down with the one and only Kendall Jenner. Kendall is a successful business founder, international supermodel, founder of the incredibly successful tequila brand, 818, and star on the Hulu’s, the Kardashians, which premieres in its second season on September 22nd. Kendal shows us a different side of her as she shares how her curiosity for people with brilliant minds and doing so much to give back to the world has eventually led to this interview. Behind the glamor and spotlight, she especially enjoys having some time alone with herself, and she values the importance of setting boundaries and why we should do things that lead to genuine happiness. We talk about her childhood and her love for animals, how the simple things give her the most joys, getting through grief after losing a dear friend, and finding the heart to be more kind to your inner child.Kendall remains grounded and in tune with her inner goddess and is not allowing negativity and ill intentions change who she is, who she may become, and the purpose she is living by.  What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:00:26 “I think I manifested this interview…”00:09:53 “I grew up in a horse community.”00:15:42 Craving the simple things00:18:51 Setting boundaries for yourself  00:21:46 Putting yourself first00:27:15 It’s important to be happy00:28:51 Reassuring yourself of who you really are00:33:06 Sometimes, family can be overwhelming00:35:54 Losing a dear friend00:40:53 Finding a new purpose00:45:38 Stop being mean to your inner child00:50:24 Kendall on Final Five Episode ResourcesKendall Jenner | InstagramKendall Jenner | TwitterKendall Jenner | FacebookDo you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on CalmWant to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/
Today, I’d like to share with you some amazing news. I will be releasing a new book called, “8 Rules of Love”. I’ve been working on this for the past years and I am so excited to finally share it with everyone!In this episode, I get to answer some of the frequently asked questions about love and discuss some of the behind-the-scenes process in creating the book. Love is a word that gets thrown around easily – but do we really know the meaning of it? It might seem difficult to find and keep love but it wouldn’t be the case if we try to understand how diverse love can be. So can we really define love? If you want to pre-order the book, go to https://8rulesoflove.com/Key Takeaways:00:00 Intro02:42 Why the number eight?05:50 Why do we need rules?07:34 A successful relationship09:25 Creating, finding, and keeping love13:54 Change & growth17:00 How to let love go18:36 Love is an important topic21:05 Expect your relationship to change22:43 “What if I like to be alone?”24:53 Dating apps26:24 Fear of rejection27:08 Love is everywhereLike this show? Please leave us a review here - even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally!Do you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on Calm Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/
Today, I talk to Susan Cain, the author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking, which spent seven years on the New York times bestseller list and has been translated into over 40 languages. It was named the number one best book of the year by Fast Company, which also named her as one of its most creative people in business. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, and many other publications and her records smashing Ted Talk, which was where I first discovered her, has been viewed over 30 million times on ted.com and YouTube combined and was named by Bill Gates as one of his all time favorite talks. Now her most recent book is called Bittersweet: How Sorrow And Longing Make Us Whole, which has become an instant #1 New York Times bestseller.Susan explains the reason behind why we process pain differently and why moving on is doable for others after some time but seems difficult for some. We also discuss how some people were able to turn painful experiences into inspiration and achieve creative success, the importance of shared connection and how we can find balance in expressing, accepting, and addressing our individual pain through these connections, and finally, the first step to healing is acceptance.This conversation shows us how we can choose to wallow in grief or in pain and allow it to control us or embrace these bittersweet emotions to fuel our motivation to heal, to connect, and to be a new you.    What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:03:33 How did you start figuring out pain?00:05:52 Acceptance is the first step00:09:16 The union between souls00:12:05 Connection is the most healing of all00:16:19 The power of music00:22:01 Turn your pain into a creative offering00:24:21 Connection is the key00:28:25 We keep the memories of the people we lost00:30:42 The movement for compassion00:36:57 What is disenfranchised grief00:40:10 Finding balance in expressing and accepting your pain00:49:36 What can leaders do?00:54:37 Our culture of compassion00:57:39 Susan on Final FiveEpisode ResourcesSusan Cain | WebsiteSusan Cain | LinkedInSusan Cain | FacebookSusan Cain | InstagramSusan Cain | TwitterSusan Cain’s CoursesBittersweet: Practices & ReflectionsQuiet at WorkDo you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on CalmWant to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty  https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/
Today, I’m sharing a deep and meaningful conversation with Mason Spector and Peiman Raf of the Madhappy Podcast - a show that aims to create more conversation around mental health by illuminating the full spectrum of mental health, the highs and the lows.I get to share my journey as a monk, the valuable lessons on how to purify our ego, master our mind, manage our emotions, and live in service of others. We also talk about the difference between being alone and feeling lonely, and why it is important to always find time to be by yourself to reconnect with your thoughts. And finally, we dive into how our actions positively and negatively impacts the people around us and how we should deviate from external validation and instead focus on self validation to help tame our ego. Key Takeaways:00:00 Intro02:09 What are you proud of yourself for?04:22 What was your childhood like?09:55 Unlearning the values that you practice12:43 When being good doesn’t get you anywhere15:22 From taking an undergrad class to becoming a monk21:29 Using your gift in service of others28:23 Defining loneliness and solitude37:39 Why did you leave monkhood?41:43 Trying to get back into the world43:52 Living a life that positively impacts others49:13 Ego is fueled by validation51:42 One advice you’d give your younger self54:00 What makes you Mad Happy? Like this show? Please leave us a review here - even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally!Do you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on Calm Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty  https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/
Today, I sit down with Meghan Trainor, an award-winning singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist that has garnered a GRAMMY for Best New Artist, achieved eight multi-platinum singles and two platinum albums, sold out three world tours, penned multi-platinum hits for peers across pop and country, received countless industry awards and nominations, and has recently started her own podcast with her brother Ryan Trainor entitled Workin’ On It, while also becoming a TikTok star. She has just released her new single “Bad For Me,” featuring Teddy Swims, and has announced her fourth full-length album, Takin’ It Back, arriving October 21st, 2022, via Epic Records.Meghan shares what her childhood was like growing up on a small community island, her passion for song writing and how having supportive parents helped her get recognition for her talent and eventually led to releasing her debut song, All About That Bass. We talk about how being authentic and just showing up as yourself online and in real life will make people appreciate you more, why appreciating the body you have is the best way to love yourself, the crippling panic attacks that were overcome by asking for help and working with the right people, and how she has found love with a man who accepted her flaws and sees her true value. Meghan shows us how our life may be built within a bubble and still find the courage to dream big, break free from any limitations, and find success in doing things we are passionate about.What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:03:59 The secret door00:06:50 And we got two toilets00:09:00 Growing up in Nantucket00:11:24 The songwriting journey00:17:21 Supportive parents00:20:47 Why I am who I am00:24:34 What inspires you then and now?00:27:44 Showing up authentically on social media00:29:36 Worst panic attack00:35:19 Taking antidepressants while pregnant00:39:36 “I don’t want to end up in a psych ward…”00:47:08 Our biggest crisis is a crisis of habits00:51:29 “When I met Daryl…”00:54:03 Loving your own body00:58:28 Meghan on Final FiveEpisode ResourcesMeghan Trainor | InstagramMeghan Trainor | TwitterMeghan Trainor | FacebookMeghan Trainor | TikTokMeghan Trainor | WebsiteWorkin' On It with Meghan Trainor & Ryan TrainorDo you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on CalmWant to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/
Do you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on Calm How do you express your love for a friend, for a family member, and for your partner? Are you expressive with your words? Is it through action? Or do you feel the need to constantly assure the people around you that you love as much as you want to be assured that you’re being loved back?In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares the five love languages we may not be very familiar with that plays a huge role in building relationships and then strengthening them.   For a more in-depth read of Gary Chapman’s book, check out The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts  Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/Key Takeaways:00:00 Intro01:59 How do we create basic connections with others?05:57 The challenges we have love languages10:34 Know everyone’s love language18:25 Love Language #1: Words of affirmation23:24 Love Language #2: Gift-giving26:28 Love Language #3: Spending quality time28:30 Love Language #4: Physical touch30:06 Love Language #5: Acts of serviceLike this show? Please leave us a review here - even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally!
Do you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on CalmJay Shetty chats with Dave Ramsey to talk about having a healthy relationship with our finances. Having a lot of money, buying a house, owning expensive cars, living in luxury - many of us dream of having a purposeful and productive life - and we work hard to reach this goal. But it’s never an easy goal to achieve, and more than anything, not many of us can have great financial success.  Dave Ramsey is an eight-time No. 1 national best-selling author, personal finance expert and host of The Ramsey Show, heard by more than 23 million listeners each week. He has appeared on Good Morning America, CBS Mornings, Today Show, Fox News, CNN, Fox Business, and many more. Since 1992, Dave has helped people regain control of their money, build wealth and enhance their lives. He also serves as CEO for the company, Ramsey Solutions.Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/What We Discuss:00:00 Intro02:16 How did it start for Dave Ramsey?06:26 How to start having a healthy relationship with your finances09:51 Stories about loans and debts12:27 Can anyone be a millionaire?15:45 We become who we hang around with18:42 Incorporating spirituality into your finances21:25 Difference between a millionaire and baby steps millionaire27:00 How to become a millionaire?30:38 The ability to delay pleasure is a sign of maturity35:07 Winning does not heal you39:26 Why do we have a fear that wealth will ruin our kids?47:32 Why equal is not fair53:02 Dave on Final FiveEpisode ResourcesDave Ramsey | InstagramDave Ramsey | TwitterDave Ramsey | FacebookDave Ramsey | YouTubeDave Ramsey | BooksRamsey SolutionsThe Ramsey ShowBaby Steps Millionaires: How Ordinary People Built Extraordinary Wealth - and How You Can Too
Do you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on Calm We may not identify as a narcissist but unknowingly, we may have narcissistic traits that are off-putting to others and can lead to unpleasant and unfavorable situations. The same goes for the people who we have close relationships with that display narcissistic tendencies. It can become a struggle to be with them when they can only see themselves and think they’re above everyone else. In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares the different signs and traits of a narcissist and what can we do to still have a pleasant and lasting relationship with them.  Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/ Key Takeaways:00:00 Intro03:04 1 in 200 people has narcissistic personality disorder05:27 Sign #1: They struggle to talk about others for too long07:28 Sign #2: They crave attention11:25 Sign #3: They don’t accept responsibility12:20 Sign #4: They make you feel you’re wrong 18:27 Sign #5: They have superiority complex19:50 Sign #6: Everything feels like a threat to them21:04 Sign #7: They switch the conversation to themselves22:01 Sign #8: Taking credit for everything22:31 Sign #9: Reclaiming difficult moments as yours25:00 Sign #10: Love bombingLike this show? Please leave us a review here - even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally!
Do you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on CalmJay Shetty sits down with Lili Reinhart to discuss how allowing yourself to feel your emotions can become liberating. We are often told that crying in front of others is a sign of weakness, that being vulnerable is allowing others to hurt you. Yet we have never been taught that listening to our thoughts and allowing ourselves to truly feel our emotions is often the best way to bring out our true self.  Lili Reinhart has quickly amassed an impressive resume as one of Hollywood’s most exciting young actors on screen and is quickly becoming a multi-faceted talent with projects as an executive producer and author. She is well known for playing ‘Betty Cooper’ in Greg Berlanti's television series, Riverdale which is based on the famed Archie Comics. As an author, Lili penned, Swimming Lessons which is a collection of poems released by St. Martins’ Publishing in 2020. Currently, the book is available for purchase worldwide. Lili is an activist for mental health and body image and uses her platform to raise awareness to these issues. Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/What We Discuss:00:00 Intro05:44 Juggling several jobs07:35 Starting a job and having panic attacks11:43 When you start judging yourself13:32 “It was my drive to be an actress…”17:34 What is the role you played in the family?21:52 Crying is the most healthy expression of how you're feeling32:13 We don’t talk about how often people come and go38:41 How can you fill your time?41:58 Overwhelmed by trying to fix it all right away45:40 If we take the role away, who are you?48:23 Letting go of something you’ve identified for so long55:13 Resonating with spirituality01:00:38 Finding the right people for healing and wellness01:06:37 Playing a woman experiencing two different things01:11:15 Taking extra care of your gut01:14:28 How do you describe your current purpose in life?01:17 31 Lili on Final FiveEpisode ResourcesLili Reinhart | InstagramLili Reinhart | TwitterLili Reinhart | TikTok
Do you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on Calm Being in a relationship is a work in progress. Fully committing to that relationship is hard work. There are no shortcuts, no hacks. There is no one pattern that works for everyone.  It’s a handful, and both must be fully invested to make it work.   In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares relationship questions that will make you think, rethink, and contemplate whether you’re doing enough to nurture your relationship.  Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/ Key Takeaways:00:00 Intro02:58 7 questions to ask to help improve relationships05:17 Question #1: What am I doing right that I should do more of?09:17 Question #2: What should I do less of?12:39 Question #3: What do I do that makes you confident?14:23 Question #4: What do I do that makes you anxious?17:47 Question #5: What is your love language?20:40 Question #6: What’s your fight style?22:09 Question #7: Is this relationship going in the direction you want it to go?Like this show? Please leave us a review here - even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally!
Do you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on CalmJay Shetty talks to Jenna Kutcher about her newest book called, How Are You, Really? Sometimes, when people ask us how we are, we tend to lie and just reply, “I’m fine.” We even lie to ourselves to make us feel better even though we really are not. But what difference would it make if we actually try to get to know ourselves better and get to know how we are…really?Jenna Kutcher is a born-and-raised Minnesota wife, mother, and entrepreneur who aims for two things daily: helping others wake up to life and staying in comfy pants. Creator and host of the top-rated Goal Digger Podcast, she’s helped thousands redefine success and chase bold dreams through her decade-long work as a leading online personality and educator.Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/What We Discuss:00:00 Intro03:01 How are you, really?06:47 The journey of writing a book07:46 Learn to listen to yourself13:11 Don’t feel guilty to rest17:07 Welcome change in your life21:17 The romanticization of hustle culture25:06 Setting boundaries29:14 How to say no34:22 Giving ourselves permission to rely on others40:14 The best mentorship is someone’s honest experience46:37 What’s a worthy goal?53:20 Jenna’s Final FiveEpisode ResourcesGet a free special bonus from Jenna when you order her book How Are You, Really? by visiting http://www.jennakutcher.com/jayJenna Kutcher | InstagramJenna Kutcher | WebsiteJenna Kutcher | PodcastHow Are You, Really?: Living Your Truth One Answer at a Time
Do you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on Calm We've probably met different types of people with varying personalities and we've never really thought about it. It may seem trivial, unimportant, or unrelated to what we want to accomplish that day. But having a good grasp of the different types of people will actually help us form better connections. We can start avoiding misunderstandings and miscommunication when we understand how the people around us think and how they act upon their thoughts.In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty explains four different personality types, their possible habits and actions, and how we can effectively communicate and interact with them.  Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/ Key Takeaways:00:00 Intro02:04 The 4 types of people we will meet05:00 Questions you should ask yourself07:39 Type #1: OT - Outgoing and Task10:57 Type #2: OP - Outgoing and People15:37 Type #3: RT - Reserved and Task17:19 Type #4: RP - Reserved and PeopleLike this show? Please leave us a review here - even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally!
Do you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on CalmJay Shetty sits down with Shawn Stevenson to talk about the amount of control we have over our body. Studies have shown that our thoughts are powerful enough to motivate us to move, to thrive, and to succeed. The same goes for our determination to improve ourselves. If we use the strength of our mind to push ourselves and our body to exceed what society deems as our limits, we can achieve far greater things. Shawn Stevenson is the author of the USA Today National bestseller Eat Smarter and the international bestselling book Sleep Smarter. He’s also creator of The Model Health Show, featured as the number #1 health podcast in the U.S. with millions of listener downloads each year. A graduate of the University of Missouri–St. Louis, Shawn studied business, biology, and nutritional science and became the cofounder of Advanced Integrative Health Alliance. Shawn has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, The New York Times, Muscle & Fitness, ABC News, ESPN, and many other major media outlets.Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/What We Discuss:00:00 Intro03:15 Diagnosed with a degenerative disease12:31 Body movement is the primary driver of healing21:36 The power of food to reboot our metabolism32:23 How brain inflammation affects our body41:13 The human brain is the most complicated object in the known universe47:36 Your overall stress load as a human being59:13 Placebo clinical trial on prison inmates01:06:20 Our mood improves when we’re healthier01:10:33 If you allow a person to speak01:16:59 We’re living in a sick society01:26:25 Abundance in people resources is a giftEpisode ResourcesShawn Stevenson | InstagramShawn Stevenson | TwitterShawn Stevenson | YouTubeShawn Stevenson | LinkedInShawn Stevenson | BooksThe Model Health Show
Do you want to meditate daily with me? Go to go.calm.com/onpurpose to get 40% off a Calm Premium Membership. Experience the Daily Jay. Only on Calm Why do some people stay in a relationship? People stay because they are in love obviously – but sometimes people stay because it’s convenient and they don’t want to waste the time they’ve already spent with that person. But is this really what makes you stay?In this episode of On Purpose, we get to listen to Jay’s conversation with Lewis Howes where they talk about whether someone can stay in a relationship with someone for a very long time. Listen NOW to Episode #1 of "Awkward Therapy" with Lewis Howes & Jay Shetty on The School of Greatnesshttps://open.spotify.com/episode/50Y6khgBST9J48o3KqtY0kKey Takeaways:00:00 Intro02:46 Real love is different from the movies05:13 Desire in relationships06:50 The chase and pursuit09:56 Why you don’t need to love one person for the rest of your life11:14 The reason why people stay in a non-working relationship11:56 Starting a relationship in therapy13:16 Seeing life in seasons14:05 Polyamorous relationships will not give you peace18:37 Have a conversation about the relationship that you want22:20 Relationships should be high engagement - low attachment24:58 A long term relationship does not mean it’s a successful one28:20 Life story vs. love story30:18 Commitment31:26 Stop bringing baggage into the relationship33:21 What you can learn in a committed relationship37:52 Removing sexual chemistry in the start of a relationship42:12 Wanting to be in a relationship because you feel lonely44:50 Learn what you want to do together48:12 The different stages of relationships50:26 Inner peaceWant to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty https://jayshettypurpose.com/fb-getting-started-as-a-life-coach-podcast/Like this show? Please leave us a review here - even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally!
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Kinga M

Jay this episode is fantastic!! Thank You so much for what you do.

Sep 28th
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Shahram Nezami

❤️❤️❤️

Sep 23rd
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Osama Bhatti

Hey Jay! Osama here. I've started listening to your podcasts lately and it literally is the greatest thing I did. I listen to it everyday, if not a full episode then a part of it. But it really has opened my mind to alot of different things especially self care and self love. Props to Jenna Kutcher for the great words she's spoken. Thank you for this. From Pakistan🇵🇰🇵🇰

Sep 21st
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Shahram Nezami

I think is better invite wise people than celebrity who think they are best version of human

Sep 12th
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Amin Dayani

I do love this astonishing podcast

Sep 5th
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Sean Moore

Does a monk really have 'needs'... Just thinking out loud.

Sep 4th
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Mibin Mammen

I am Mibin from India and I enjoyed this episode especially as I used to think that some of these traits like taking no responsibility is a sign of laziness. Maybe I may have some of the traits of NPD. I like all your episodes especially ones on financial health and also physical health as I want to improve myself financially and physically.

Aug 27th
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owen nichollo

Jay your are a revelation and inspiration. Your talent to share practical life lessons and insights is life changing. I love the system you use to deliver the theory and knowledge. It works. The key that opens the door of positive change is that you support your teachings with pragmatic steps and instructions. It's like following a recipe and practicing with your daily thinking and behavior. Your podcast has become a bonding connection with my Grandma Pat who just turned 97. I send her weekly emails with a link to your podcast that she can easily open and listent to. We discuss the content and share our perspectives rooted in different generations and we grow together. I have a voice-mail from Grandma that petfeclty sums up the positivity you foster. Hearing it filled me with joy that I wanted to share with you. You deserve the adulation and appreciation for creating such beauty in the world. Thank you for your service. Keep living on purpose. ✌️

Aug 23rd
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Olga Koleshchuk

Listening for the first time, seems like good content, but was immediately turned off by pretentious self-help language from last century. Narcissism is not a "space", acceptance is not a "space" either! Two stars

Aug 19th
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Crystal O'Neal

This message is amazing. ❤️

Aug 16th
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catherine sheidanfar

hey Jay I can't believe it . I woke up today with Anxiety and palpitation . I said to myself let's open Jay podcast and find a episode which is related to my feeling now and THERE WE GO. you have no idea how your episodes effective in my life. Thank you so much !

Aug 16th
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A C

Really loved this episode

Aug 15th
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The Best

Nice podcast ☺️☺️☺️

Aug 12th
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R HN

One of variables not discussed is what leads to obesity. One theory being researched is how chronic and toxic stress can trigger inflammatory processes that lead to obesity.

Aug 9th
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R HN

One of variables not discussed is what leads to obesity. One theory being researched is how chronic and toxic stress can trigger inflammatory processes that lead to obesity.

Aug 8th
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Helen Hageman

One of the best podcasts I've ever listened to. thank you

Aug 1st
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Jonathan kulic

This guy knows what he's talking about and it's wonderful that he's bring the nutrition issues to light!

Aug 1st
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Samira.s

it was great thank you

Jul 27th
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Ghazal Rad

Thank you

Jul 11th
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Stephanie Stadtmiller Lefevers

I SO needed this! I ordered the book before the end of the podcast. Thank you both very much!

Jun 29th
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