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Author: Elliot Roe

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The Primed Mind Podcast is for anyone looking to take their life to the next level by unlocking their mind's full potential. Host Elliot Roe is known as one of the top mindset and performance coaches in the world, working with top performers operating in the most demanding industries in the world.

With this mindset podcast and the Primed Mind app, Elliot introduces you to some of the world's top minds and shares the most effective mindsets, systems, and strategies that help you become the best version of yourself.

If you're looking to boost your motivation, improve your habits, increase your confidence, or multiply your business & personal income, then subscribe to The Primed Mind Podcast today!
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Dr. Amy Killen is an anti-aging and regenerative medicine physician specializing in “Sex and Skin.”  As an ER doctor with three young children at home (including twins!), and a husband working out of state, she found herself in a state of chronic stress.   After noticing similar stress patterns in her patients, she decided to pivot her practice to focus on performance, anti-aging, and longevity.  She joins the show to share her story of recovering from chronic stress and share her best tips for improving sexual health and optimizing for longevity. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode
The Primed Mind Podcast, including any references, guest statements, links, or other knowledge resources, is for informational purposes only. This podcast does not provide any medical or professional advice. Please speak to your doctor before starting any new fitness or diet routine or before consuming any supplements.  Shawn Wells, known as the Ingredientologist, has formulated over 500 supplements and held titles such as Director of Research and Development for Dymatize Nutrition and Chief Scientific Officer for BioTrust Nutrition.  In this episode, Shawn shares his journey of overcoming major health obstacles, developing a strong sense of self-worth, and learning the importance of self-care for long-term performance. He discusses his supplementation philosophy and shares the most promising supplements and ingredients he’s currently working on.   Shawn has recently released the book The Energy Formula, where he shares his six pillars for gaining focus, being more productive, and living longer. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode
Michael Cazayoux’s story begins with overcoming significant substance abuse issues, starting at a very young age. Since then, he's gone on to win the CrossFit team games two years in a row, build a large podcast, and run an incredibly successful nutrition coaching company. His most recent project is called Soul Searching Adventure, where he takes men on backpacking excursions and creates a transformative experience in the process.  Click play to discover what it took for Michael to finally overcome his addictions and how he uses what he learned to help others make breakthroughs in their own lives. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode
Have you ever been told it’s not polite to talk about money? From a young age, most of us are taught to avoid tough conversations around money and quickly develop limiting beliefs and misconceptions about finances that dramatically reduce our potential to generate wealth.  Brie Sodano is a personal finance expert who’s looking to change all of that. After hearing every limiting belief there is in her work as a stockbroker, she founded Sheep to Shark to help people reframe their relationship with money, allowing her clients to tap into their full earning potential.  In the episode, Elliot and Brie tackle many of the most common limiting money mindsets and give you strategies for breaking out of your financial comfort zone. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  
At just 14 years old, Jason Koonce already started his first business, buying and selling sports cards. He’d often skip school and travel to card shows, searching for hidden gold in collections others were trying to offload. Now, he’s one of the world’s leading experts in one of the fastest-growing alternative investment markets in the world.  People used to think it was “cute” when Jason told them he bought and sold sports cards for a living. Now athletes, celebrities, and institutional investors are coming to him for his advice on how to take advantage of this modern-day gold rush.  Check out this week’s episode to discover how Jason was able to turn his childhood hobby into a multi-million-dollar business. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  
After leaving the military, Steven quickly climbed the corporate ladder, building a solid business reputation across Europe… He even wrote a bestselling book about his experience at war. But even with all of that external success, he still felt lost. After reaching a breaking point, Steven spent eight months at a monastery, rediscovered his identity, and created his purpose and meaning from the inside out. He now consults with some of the biggest brands in the world on company culture and growth strategy. In this episode, Steven Eugene Kuhn reflects on his humble, small-town, beginning to working with huge brands, celebrities, and royalty, and all the challenges he faced in-between. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode
After becoming a mom, two-time NPC Bodybuilding Champion Charlene started a business and spent less time at the gym—too busy for love or friendship. But when the stay-at-home order forced her to reconsider, she realized she had been depriving herself of human connection. Seeing opportunity in the global crisis, Charlene created Social Gym Club, an innovative platform for fitness-focused people to interact and build connection. Check out this episode for Charlene’s story, plus tips and advice for getting started on the entrepreneur journey. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode
Tom Wang flunked out of three colleges because of poor grades. His friends thought he was a loser. His family thought he would fail. But Tom conquered the doubt and created his success on his own terms… After finally finishing his degree, he made it his goal to earn $100,000 in the first year—and he crushed it. Then, he discovered Amazon and built his first thriving business, which he exited in 2021, and now he coaches other FBA business owners. What did it take for this entrepreneur to go from a zero to one of the top salesmen in his industry to successful businessman? Listen to this episode to hear Tom’s journey. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode
Could the poison from an Amazonian frog improve mental performance? With its centuries-long history of use in Peru and Brazil as a tool for hunting and healing, the ceremonial use of Kambo shows promise for mental, emotional, and physical health… But the scientific jury is still out on whether or not the effects are real and measurable. However, Jonathan Gold of Planet Kambo has experienced it himself, and he’s a firm believer. In fact, he’s made it his mission to share Kambo with the world. Inside this episode, Jonathan shares how the practice has helped him and his clients gain a performance edge. Click play to catch the story. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode
Eric Malzone dreamed of a life beyond the corporate sales grind… So, when his friend asked if he wanted to open a gym together, he jumped on the opportunity. Over the next decade, Eric grew successful brick-and-mortar businesses, cultivated his network, and followed through with his vision. He’s built an empire for himself, and now he teaches others in his industry how to do the same. What does it take to become an entrepreneur and leave the nine-to-five behind? In this episode, Eric shares what he learned from taking the big plunge, tackling failures, and pushing through challenges along the way. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  
Unlock your greatness on demand with the Primer Mind app.  What's it like to create something most people think is impossible?  Inspired by the $430,000 auction of the first AI artwork ever created, Ben Kovalis and his friend set out to turn this science fiction into reality—and make it affordable for everyone. Their company, Art AI Gallery, features one-of-a-kind artworks generated entirely by computer algorithms. Even more incredible, it teaches itself to create more and more mesmerizing pieces over time! What started as a clever idea has grown past anyone’s wildest expectations, captivating artists and art lovers around the world. Catch the incredible story (and learn how it works) inside this episode. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode
Imagine for a moment—if you could access vast resources, what might you be able to accomplish? How quickly might your ideas become reality… if only you had the money? The good news is there’s funding available, waiting to be invested. But how can you tap into it? In this episode, co-founder of Breather and Practice, and bestselling author, Julien Smith talks about how he unlocked the universe of venture funding and stayed ahead of the game as CEO of a fast-growing company. Plus, he shares tips for business owners seeking outside investment for the first time. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  
Devin Alvarez’s road to success wasn’t a straight shot. Disillusioned with military duty and deep into alcohol, he struggled to find meaning in life… In this episode, Devin Alvarez, CEO of Straight Hemp, shares how he transformed PTSD and anxiety into his greatest mission: helping others with plant-based products. Listen to Devin’s story and get inspired. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode
Meet Ben Knegendorf, the unlikely businessman. As a full-time forklift operator in a Walmart distribution center, he dared to dream of a different life. A life free from the timeclock. A life where he could choose how to invest his energy and money. A life without limits and on his own terms. When he sold his side hustle for a year’s salary at the warehouse, he realized he could kiss the old job goodbye. Listen to this episode to learn how Ben unlocked his freedom from the nine-to-five through curiosity, gumption, and determination. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode
From calming your mind to healing your body to making you live longer… Can the breath really do all that? Science says the benefits are real! Bestselling author James Nestor traveled all over the world, collecting stories and working with researchers, to create his book Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art. In this episode, he shares the transformative journey this writing project took him on, the incredible successes he encountered, and how you can start using your breath to supercharge your mind and body. Click play to learn more! Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  
How much faster could you make progress in your career or business if you had the opportunity to focus on only your highest-leverage and most enjoyable tasks?  In this episode, SEO expert, digital strategist, and serial entrepreneur Nick Eubanks talks about the freedom he gained by handing over the CEO title. After his business started to plateau, Nick realized he could better serve his company by releasing control and focusing on his strengths of growth marketing and developing new ideas.  In early 2020, he hired a CEO to free up his time and mental energy to focus on his strengths and talents. Listen to this episode to hear Nick’s wisdom and insight on business leadership, along with helpful tips on funneling more traffic to your website. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode
In a world of lockdowns, isolation, and remote work, communication skills are more important than ever. Whether it's communicating with your team or catching up with friends and family, virtual spaces are where connection happens in today's world.  While this may feel like a massive shift, the principles of good communication stay the same.  It’s not just what you say but how you say it with tone and body language. Zoom calls are here to stay, so we invited Blake Eastman of The Nonverbal Group to share some tips and tricks to get you on the path to better video calls. Struggling to keep your employees engaged in your virtual meetings? Don’t be a snooze fest! Check out this episode for some insight into where you might be going wrong—and how to fix it. Blake and his team are the experts on body language, especially when it comes to business. Not only does The Nonverbal Group research what makes great communication, but Blake coaches executives and business owners on how to make theirs better. Listen to this episode to learn more. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode
It doesn’t matter where you come from, what your family is like, nor the circumstances you find yourself in today—you are absolutely capable of climbing your personal mountains. In this episode of the Primed Mind Podcast, David Shurna of No Barriers shares how you can break through and find purpose and strength, no matter what you’ve been through. No Barriers is a nonprofit organization which empowers people to redefine life after adversity and trauma through a combination of a six-month online course and challenging outdoor expeditions, like kayaking the Grand Canyon or climbing the tallest mountain peaks. Through their work at No Barriers, David and his team given new hope to disabled veterans, who defy all odds and rediscover purpose, community, and vision for their lives. They also empower others who have been through traumatic events, and they equip teens and their teachers to handle the challenges life brings. Struggle and hardship are universal in the human experience—how do you respond to it? Do you allow your past to limit you? Let this episode inspire you to break through! Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  
You’ve probably seen the flashy clips of stuntmen doing crazy jumps, but maybe you’ve never heard of the martial arts side of parkour. It’s not just about showing off… In fact, parkour is incredibly challenging, both physically and mentally. It tests your knowledge of self. It builds confidence. And it teaches you to trust in your abilities. In this episode, long-time parkour trainer Matthew Barnes talks about developing his mental fortitude through parkour, bringing these mindset skills to business, and taking big entrepreneurial leaps. Not only has Matt challenged himself with backflips and running jumps, but he’s also built LAEF (Local Agriculture Expansion Foundation) with his wife to connect small farms with local consumers and cut down on their costs for marketing and payment processing. How do you know when to take risks? Matt says it’s all about dancing on the edge of your mental limits while staying well within your physical ones. Listen to this episode to learn more! Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode  
Do you struggle with sleep? You won’t want to miss this episode of the Primed Mind Podcast. When it comes to high performance, quality sleep is perhaps the most crucial component to your day-to-day success. Everyone knows that not getting enough of it drains your cognitive functions, your energy levels, and your health… But knowing facts isn’t enough! Due to lifestyle habits of modern living, many people find quality sleep to be elusive. What’s the secret to a good night’s rest? Well, there are a lot of ingredients that go into making a solid sleep schedule… And the good news is that sleep is a skill you can learn! Our guest for this episode is Mollie McGlocklin, founder of Sleep Is A Skill, a company that teaches people how to get to sleep, stay asleep, and wake up ready for high performance, using a combination of behavioral changes, accountability, and technology. You, too, can learn how to get a good night’s sleep! Inside this episode, Mollie shares some practical tips and tools you can start using today to improve the quality and quantity of your rest. Click here to get the full show notes and resources from this week's episode
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