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Today, I will be sharing a snippet from my book, 8 Rules of Love, that talks about the three dates that truly matter in any relationship including finding common interest and have fun together, learning what your partner values and respecting their choices, and being open about future plans.     If you want to pre-order the book, 8 Rules of Love, go to https://8rulesoflove.com/Key Takeaways:00:00 Intro00:03:01 The 3-Date rule00:04:19 Having healthy and unhealthy disagreements00:08:18 Personality00:13:14 First Date: Have fun together00:18:31 Second Date: Respect their values00:25:44 Third Date: Share some ideas of the futureLike 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!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 one of my good friends, Jim Kwik. Jim Kwik is a widely recognized world expert in brain performance, mental fitness and memory improvement. After a childhood brain injury left him with learning challenges, Kwik created strategies to dramatically enhance his cognitive performance. He has since dedicated his life to helping others unleash their true genius and brainpower. is the author of the NY Times and #1 WSJ bestseller: “Limitless - Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, Unlock Your Exceptional Life.” Make sure to grab a copy here!Jim tells us about the power of choice and how transformation is just like a butterfly inside a cocoon. He also talks about rejecting a limit from someone we love and how we can break free from a limitation.This episode was filmed at Soho Works: 10 Jay Street. Visit https://hvmn.me/PURPOSEWhat We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:02:17 Is this limitation real or not?00:05:02 Open mindedness vs. delusion00:06:03 The power of choice00:11:15 Limitations are safe00:14:59 Transformation is like a butterfly00:18:57 Reflecting on someone else’s life00:22:11 Pain makes you present00:24:05 Living slow-paced00:26:27 Peace of mind00:29:42 Having options00:32:11 The Limitless Model00:41:46 Rejecting a limitEpisode ResourcesJim Kwik | InstagramJim Kwik | YouTubeJim Kwik | TikTokJim Kwik | WebsiteDo 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 joined by Haesue Jo, Licensed Therapist & Head of Clinical Operations at BetterHelp, with years of experience providing individual and family therapy in community mental health. Her current clinical focus includes working with individuals with a variety of presenting problems, including anxiety, relationship and family issues, trauma, community violence, gender identity, and depression.This is the part two of a two-part series where I take the client seat and have a full therapy session with Haesue. In the first session, we talk about several sensitive topics including my childhood experiences, trauma, bullying, teenage struggle and so much more. Our focus for today’s session is relationships. We cover the unhealthy patterns that ruin relationships, what to do when you’re not getting the level of love and affection you are willing to give, learning how to read your partner’s emotional struggles and their efforts to make the relationships work, and how you can control your emotions by setting the right kind of boundaries.   This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp.What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:02:30 How do therapists monitor relationship building?00:06:07 What do relationships mean to you?00:11:02 If parents can articulate their thoughts well00:12:21 Not getting back the same love you're giving00:16:00 Why monks practice celibacy?00:19:24 We love and express love in a certain way00:26:56 Expecting your partner to just know00:30:38 How do you know your partner is making an effort?00:35:05 Overcompensating because of fear00:40:24 What makes a relationship worth fighting for?00:47:43 The 'WE' versus 'YOU' language00:52:00 Not all things in the world is one-sidedEpisode ResourcesBetterHelpDo 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 talking to Joe Jonas. Joe rose to fame, alongside his brothers Kevin and Nick, as a member of the pop rock group Jonas Brothers. The band became one of Disney's prominent figures and even took the lead roles in the widely successful musical television film Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam.    Joe opens the conversation by sharing how he had come to love meditation and how this has helped him appreciate self love even more. We talk about his struggles as a solo artist, the realization that he needed professional help which eventually led to therapy which then led to the understanding that his feelings were valid. Joe is proud of his humble beginnings and how this affects our perspectives, becoming a husband and a father, and the value of staying connected to the people that you truly care for.      This episode was filmed at Soho Works: 10 Jay Street.What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:03:31 Creating a bond through meditation00:08:35 When did you start to work on yourself?00:17:02 Respect for individual creativity00:22:25 Venturing into acting00:26:18 Inspiration to develop a good work ethic00:31:23 Humble beginnings is so essential00:35:58 We’re each other’s best friend00:38:41 Enjoy every moment with your child00:41:28 An unforgettable experience with a therapist00:43:27 What’s your daily routine?00:47:08 An interview with Vanessa Bryant00:49:37 Sometimes it better to reach out first00:52:53 Keeping relationships as healthy as much as possible00:57:29 Final Five with JoeEpisode ResourcesJoe Jonas | TikTokJoe Jonas | InstagramJoe Jonas | TwitterDo 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 will be sharing four struggles that most people go through when they are in a relationship. It’s about the major stressors in many relationships, how we may currently be dealing with them, what we can do to break free from these struggles, and focus our strength on actions that enable our relationship to survive any challenge and stay strong.  Key Takeaways:00:00 Intro00:01:49 4 key challenges every relationships go through00:03:41 Struggle #1: Technoference 00:06:44 When you want your partner’s undivided attention, you communicate that00:09:38 Put your devices away and make a commitment00:10:40 Mirroring 00:12:36 Struggle #2: Bringing work-stress at home00:19:34 Struggle #3: Finances00:22:33 Struggle #4: ChoresLike 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 am talking to a returning guest and good friend, Ray Dalio. Ray is the founder and co-chairman of Bridgewater Associates, which, over the last forty years, has become the largest and best performing hedge fund in the world. He is the author of #1 New York Times Bestseller and #1 Amazon Business Book of the Year, Principles. Dalio has appeared on the Time 100 list of the most influential people in the world as well as the Bloomberg Markets list of the 50 most influential people. He lives with his family in Connecticut.   Ray genuinely shares the deepness of thoughts and what is his views on passing on your principles to others and picking up theirs and learn from it, the unappreciated value of journaling, knowing the right approach to having better relationships through thoughtful disagreements, the lessons we can learn from history, and the three things that mainly influence us and our society. We also exchange thoughts on asking approval and validation from others, how we react to others out of our emotional state, and how we can be of service to the world.        This episode was filmed at Soho Works: 10 Jay Street.What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:03:00 The first time you fear meeting someone00:04:17 How did you develop clarity?00:08:13 The smartness of your move determines the outcome00:10:55 When did you start journaling?00:18:19 The arc of life00:21:08 The three people you must have in your life00:25:12 The biggest problem of our society00:29:50 How to win the debate of life00:32:20 Looking at the sequence of discovering the truth00:38:03 Three big things that influence us00:47:00 The typical cycle for a new system00:49:16 It’s more human nature than the system00:57:26 Producing a reaction that becomes instinctual01:03:36 Four important decisions we make in life01:10:25 How do you approach money?01:14:27 Don’t worry so much about the approval of others01:20:27 Three practices of successful relationships01:25:08 How do we serve the world?01:27:56 What’s your view of love?Episode ResourcesRay Dalio | BooksRay Dalio | LinkedInRay Dalio | TwitterRay Dalio | InstagramBridgewaterDo 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, we have another special Friday episode and this time it is an interview I had with Deepak Chopra from his Deepak Chopra’s Infinite Potential podcast. It is a conversation that revolves around finding success within you and ultimately achieving success by knowing yourself deeper and learning your purpose. We discuss how incorporating discipline in our life is one of the main catalysts of positive change, finding your purpose and having the right intentions to act upon them, and the benefits of surrounding yourself with the people that contribute to your personal growth.Key Takeaways:00:00 Intro00:01:09 It was always about how you did well at school00:02:48 The tough ego façade 00:06:44 Meeting the monk00:08:58 Discipline is a key trait in our lives00:14:38 Falling back into your old habits00:18:16 Finding a way to spread purposeful intentions 00:24:25 Difference between happiness and success00:29:13 Be around people who can help grow yourselfLike 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 am talking to a good friend and celebrity, Selena Gomez. Selena is a globally and culturally celebrated artist, actor, producer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist of her generation. As a recording artist, Selena has sold more than 210 million singles worldwide and has over 45 billion global streams. Her upcoming biographical documentary, Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me, is out right now. In 2019, she launched her beauty line, Rare Beauty, exclusively with Sephora. As part of the partnership, Selena announced the Rare Impact Fund pledging to raise $100M for mental health services for individuals in underserved communities. Philanthropy and activism have been key pillars of her career and she's used her platform to advocate for many important causes. Selena has raised millions of dollars for charity including Global Citizen and Lupus Research Alliance.   Selena bravely tells her story about her long battle with mental health and how this led to her life mission to help spread mental health awareness around the world and provide mental health services for the less privileged. I get to deeply understand her inner thoughts on topics such as dealing with pressure of being a celebrity and the gossip that comes with it, finding self healing, embracing change, being one with your inner self, and living day by day being content, kind, and full of love to share. Life isn’t a simple journey, but despite the complications, challenges, and struggles, we can always find it in our hearts to tap into our inner good and be compassionate, especially to ourselves.   What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:04:21 Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me documentary00:06:59 Sharing our darkest secrets with others00:10:04 Befriending your own inner critic00:13:39 Learning to be more compassionate towards yourself and others00:18:59 Taking control of your own story00:26:04 Getting asked frustrating questions00:24:39 No one is perfect, even celebrities00:27:40 How do you deal with imperfections?00:33:03 Areas in your life that made you who you are00:35:07 Embracing change00:39:36 Mental health awareness00:43:59 You have to be aware of people00:48:10 How do you deal with fears?00:51:23 What is your intention?00:56:13 Sometimes parents project perfection around their children00:59:57 Pain, suffering, growth01:06:09 Wondermind - mental fitness01:09:30 You’ll figure it out, keep going01:12:18 Missteps parents may have taken01:23:07 Producing the series 13 Reasons Why01:27:50 Selena and Mandy on Final FiveEpisode ResourcesSelena Gomez | WebsiteSelena Gomez | FacebookSelena Gomez | TwitterSelena Gomez | InstagramSelena Gomez | YouTubeDo 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 my interview with Vishen Lakhiani of the Mindvalley Podcast. It’s a very insightful conversation because we talk about my life as a monk & why refining your intentions for the day can help you improve your life.I also talk about spirituality and how you can help someone to bring them in a transformational journey. Forcing someone to change their beliefs will be difficult especially if it’s already what they’ve believed for a long time, but with patience you can surely succeed.Key Takeaways:00:00 Intro02:32 Refining your intentions everyday08:40 Creating in depth11:55 Removing an identity attached to your ego13:10 Jay’s tattoos14:49 Spirituality is not separate from life17:08 Meditation is an important part of the cloud18:29 Relationships20:37 Starting a spiritual learning23:53 Those who love peace need to learn to organize themselves26:52 Bringing someone else into a transformational journey32:29 What’s next?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 one of the most influential women in the tech industry, Susan Wojcicki. Susan Wojcicki is CEO of YouTube, the world’s most popular digital video platform used by more than a billion people across the globe to access information, share video, and shape culture. An early champion of online video who was instrumental in Google's 2006 acquisition of YouTube, Susan now oversees YouTube's content and business operations, engineering, and product development.Susan shares to us her story from studying history and literature to being a tech icon. She also talks about the importance of balancing time at work and spending time with family, having her mom as an inspiration in her parenting, and why it’s necessary to practice supportive leadership.What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:01:42 Start a YouTube channel00:03:40 From a humanities major to being a tech icon00:08:00 Sharing her garage to Google00:10:24 Acquiring YouTube00:14:17 Day in a life of a YouTube CEO00:19:30 Supportive leadership00:24:52 Celebrating the little successes00:29:29 Diversity in tech industry00:32:06 The future of tech00:36:33 “Be persistent and not give up”00:40:27 Her mom as an inspiration00:45:33 Final Five with Susan WojcickiEpisode ResourcesSusan Wojcicki | InstagramSusan Wojcicki | TwitterSusan Wojcicki | 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 joined by Haesue Jo, Licensed Therapist & Head of Clinical Operations at BetterHelp, with years of experience providing individual and family therapy in community mental health. Her current clinical focus includes working with individuals with a variety of presenting problems, including anxiety, relationship and family issues, trauma, community violence, gender identity, and depression.It’s going to be a little different today as I take the client seat and get a first hand experience of what it’s like to be in a therapy session. This is Part 1 of a 2-Part special episode and we open the conversation by talking about my childhood experiences - how it affects my adulthood, the memories that may seem as passing but are actually traumatic, and how these can possibly lead to repression of painful memories. Haesue also helps uncover the challenges surrounding racism, bullying, identity crisis, teenage struggles, and finding your safe space and security.  This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp.What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:03:36 Why therapists start with talking about childhood 00:10:22 How did you feel about school in general?00:16:26 Repression of painful memories 00:25:16 How do you feel about being othered?00:31:29 What I remember as a teenager00:35:04 Choosing to be understood than be liked00:42:59 Dealing with racism00:50:12 Did you want to understand bullies? 01:00:02 Can you change your identity?01:02:55 When you have some form of securityEpisode ResourcesBetterHelpDo 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 talk to Dr. Gabor Maté. A celebrated speaker and bestselling author, Dr. Gabor Maté is highly sought after for his expertise on a range of topics, such as addiction, stress, and childhood development. Dr. Maté has written several bestselling books, including the award-winning In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction; When the Body Says No: The Cost of Hidden Stress; and Scattered Minds: The Origins and Healing of Attention Deficit Disorder. He is also the co-author of Hold On to Your Kids: Why Parents Need to Matter More Than Peers. His works have been published internationally in more than thirty languages.Dr. Maté generously shares his deep understanding of childhood trauma, vulnerability, grief, and emotional distress. He explains what real trauma is and how time doesn’t necessarily lead to healing, how vulnerability is ingrained in us since we are young and the importance of these formative years to mold our emotional health, and the societal expectations we always try to meet but have never truly given us real fulfillment. We also exchange thoughts on dealing with grief, how we struggle to identify with the people we look up to, and how childhood experience varies for every child even when they are raised in a similar environment.Trauma is a wound that has not fully healed which can be triggered at any point in our life so it matters that we are able to find a common ground and stay firm in what can give us healing, emotional stability, and happiness.What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:03:12 How do you define trauma?00:06:32 How is healing defined?00:08:45 Time itself does not heal emotional wounds00:11:38 We are all born vulnerable00:13:55 The inherent expectations we all have00:20:00 The societal standards we try to live up to 00:25:15 It’s not possible to love kids too much00:29:35 Grief is essential for life00:32:19 When the past dominates the present reactions00:35:16 There is no healthy identification00:42:11 Why are we set on things staying the same00:44:38 No two children have the same childhood00:50:19 The difference between loneliness and being alone00:53:54 How do you see human nature?01:02:24 Suffering has to be acknowledged01:06:27 Getting closure and start moving on01:10:04 Spirituality becomes commoditized01:15:56 Dr. Maté on Final Five:Episode ResourcesGabor Maté | WebsiteGabor Maté | InstagramGabor Maté | TwitterGabor Maté | BooksThe Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, and Healing in a Toxic CultureDo 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 will be sharing about setting boundaries in our relationships. When we aren’t used to setting them, we may find it difficult to start setting one. Having one makes us value our self worth so much more and will help encourage others to treat us with respect.I start by talking about the consequences of breaking our boundaries, especially with the boundaries we had for our old self, how we should start becoming aware of them and build up new ones, and then start sharing these boundaries to our partner to let them understand where we stand. We also have the five types of boundaries we should start practicing.  Key Takeaways:00:00:00 Intro00:01:12 Setting boundaries in relationships00:06:42 What happens when we break our own boundaries00:07:14 Become aware of all your boundaries00:09:15 Set your past behind 00:10:07 Express your boundaries to your partner00:16:40 Type #1: Friendship boundary00:18:05 Type #2: Ideas boundary00:19:29 Type #3: Financial boundary00:21:18 Type #4: Alone time boundary00:23:00 Type #5: Purpose boundaryLike 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 the one and only John Legend. John has garnered 12 Grammy Awards, an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, a Tony Award, and an Emmy award making him the first black man to earn an EGOT. During the course of John's career, he has released seven celebrated albums. His eighth studio album, Legend, which was released on September 9th, is out right now. John recently began the second leg of his critically acclaimed Las Vegas residency entitled Love in Las Vegas, which runs through October. And his MasterClass on songwriting has just been released.   John openly shares his amazing journey as a songwriter, singer, and family man. We start the conversation with his childhood - from growing up in a Christina home, being homeschooled to transitioning into a public school and the challenges that come with it. Next, we dive deep into how community support plays a huge role in molding children outside of the home, the value of knowing what you want in life and finding the means to attain it and sticking to it, and the relentless pursuit of a career and build a family where love, care, and a safe space is prioritized.  The hurdles may have been tough and the path may be unclear at some point, but John’s story is telling us to believe in what we can do and remain passionate about the things we love to do.   What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:03:07 Homeschooled 00:07:23 Transitioning into a public school00:11:13 The strength of community support00:14:21 Healing, recovery, and forgiveness00:17:47 Creating stability at home 00:21:36 Focus on what’s important to you00:29:06 Surrounding yourself with people you’re comfortable with 00:31:13 The truth about ego00:35:19 Your partner gives the most honest feedback 00:39:20 Becoming a better partner00:43:56 We never completely forget our trauma00:47:52 Pursuing a career and building a family00:51:29 Advocacy for better living opportunities for the society00:54:35 What keeps you going?00:56:27 Who do you want to collaborate with?00:57:51 Inspiration don’t come everyday01:01:08 John on Fast Five 01:04:47 John’s The Many Sides of UsEpisode ResourcesJohn Legend | InstagramJohn Legend | TwitterJohn Legend | FacebookJohn Legend | YouTubeJohn Legend | WebsiteDo 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 three aspects of love that affect our brain and the way we think. If we can understand how our brain processes these emotions, then we can become better at handling our emotions as well as our relationships. I start by explaining what these three aspects are, the chemical reaction that happens in our body when we feel them, and the ways we can improve how we handle these feelings. Come join me and discover what aspect you can gradually improve. Key Takeaways:00:00:00 Intro00:03:39 Love and relationships affect the brain00:05:34 Three ways feelings of love show up in the brain00:05:58 Attraction00:06:12 Lust00:17:44 AttachmentLike 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 Vishen Lakhiani. Vishen is an author and entrepreneur in the ed-tech space. He is the founder of Mindvalley, an education technology company building a new model for human education that aims to give everyone the same quality of life. Mindvalley creates tech and platforms that power online academies in areas that traditional education ignores. These include mindfulness, personal growth, wellness, spirituality and more. His quest is to help move humanity to a more holistic, integrated education system that caters for the whole being.   Vishen, joining us again for another soulful conversation, strongly believes that compassion is what gives us real and genuine happiness. As he explains why compassion is the foundation to achieving all things positive in our life, how self compassion reinforces self love which leads to self care, and the disciplines we must practice so we can attain genuine happiness. We also dive into the definition of sadness, changing our perspective to turn sadness into love and compassion, and the importance of having a vision of the future, of having a clear idea of the path you want to make and take.No matter how far and long our life goals may be, self compassion and being compassionate towards others will eventually lead to having a peaceful, content, and well-meaning life.  What We Discuss:00:00:00 Intro00:03:31 What was your first meditation experience?00:06:53 How do you use meditation in your life?00:13:18 Compassion is something you do for yourself00:18:48 When did we lose compassion?00:22:03 Compassion as a technique and a quality of being 00:24:08 What is happiness?00:28:40 Channeling sadness into love and compassion00:29:53 How do you stop sadness from turning into guilt?00:33:45 How to avoid having narcissistic tendencies00:35:34 Have a vision for the future00:42:21 Don’t get held back by old things00:47:46 What defines a good meditation?00:50:02 Testing the parameters of your destinyEpisode ResourcesVishen Lakhiani | WebsiteVishen Lakhiani | FacebookVishen Lakhiani | TwitterVishen Lakhiani | InstagramVishen Lakhiani | YouTubeVishen Lakhiani | LinkedInVishen Lakhiani | BooksThe Mindvalley PodcastDo 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 my first ever public interview with my friend Tom Bilyeu of the Impact Theory podcast. It is one of my favorite conversations because we talk about the power self awareness has in influencing your relationships with others especially with the people close to you and at work. I also talk about breaking free from the norm, from what society expects from us, and from the limits we have set for ourselves. Once we become self aware, we can then start asking questions that need honest answers and we can often get these answers from people we look up to and from our experiences. And as the level of self awareness increases, we make better decisions and eventually, enjoy positive results.If you want to pre-order the book, 8 Rules of Love, go to https://8rulesoflove.com/Key Takeaways:00:00:00 Intro00:04:54 How did you find your fourth option?00:13:07 We live in echo chambers00:16:50 What is power?00:20:14 What’s the best part of being a monk?00:23:45 What is an ideal life?00:26:51 Start your day with gratitude00:32:49 Self awareness00:40:47 Questions to ask yourself00:44:46 Three questions you are often asked00:49:31 The three E’s of life00:51:52 Making wisdom go viralLike 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 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/
Comments (1263)

Rozhin

when I'm gonna be good enough just by myself

Nov 23rd
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Mmd

hi jay,, it's one of the best episodes that i heard. thank you a lot about it,I will ask these questions of my girlfriend. Mohammad from Iran.

Nov 20th
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Dorothy Kakonge

I have listening to this podcast over and over again. And I cant help but smile and yet feel sad about what you had to go thru as a child. I am more than happy you turned out to be the motivator and inspirer that you are. Not to self diagnose however there are some similar points in your childhood and or points you raised that triggered memories of my childhood that I had buried... All in all I am happy I listened to this.

Nov 10th
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asma akbarzadeh

Its Perfect😍

Nov 7th
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Amanda Wottowa

I'm absolutely blown away at how Zachary beautifully and passionately expressed everything I've been needing to hear. I've known the main principal for a long time but sometimes it's so hard to be able to apply this to our lives especially when you have bad anxiety and can't get your thoughts under control! Thank you for sharing!!!

Oct 31st
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Oneraqib O.

what's wrong, I can't stream this channel anymore. Can't even download.

Oct 31st
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Vanessa

Amé este episodio, muy inspirador.

Oct 25th
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jasmine

5th boundary is skipped👀

Oct 24th
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Kris Sage

The irony of the richest man Rockefeller expressing the very ideal of a false positive because his gains were horribly ill gotten.

Oct 17th
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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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