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Today’s episode is all about the laws of attraction and how you can manifest your best life. Three experts, and personal success stories, share their experiences and advice they have for others when it comes to the laws of attraction.In this episode, Rhonda Byrne, creator & author of “The Secret”, shows us ways to live life without doubt and uncertainty and how to leave our egos behind.Bob Proctor, the late best-selling author & lecturer, teaches the path to turning self-doubt into confidence and how to reprogram our minds for success.Rob Dyrdek, entrepreneur & television host, explains the common misconceptions about success and failure as well as five things you can start today to set yourself up for future success.For more, go to episodes:Rhonda Byrne - Bob Proctor - Rob Dyrdek - 
Welcome to my NEW series "Awkward Therapy" with my good friend Jay Shetty, who is an award winning host, storyteller and viral content creator. In this series, we are aiming to discuss different taboo topics in an effort to create a comfortable dialogue.Follow Jay's Podcast:Apple PodcastsSpotifyIn this episode you will learn:Why becoming more independent will help you in your relationships.All the questions you should ask yourself in any relationship.Tips for how to evolve and find deeper connection in your relationship.The difference between a successful relationship and a long-lasting relationship.How to find your definition of love.For more, go to out more from Jay Shetty here!Can You Make Money & Also Be Spiritual? w/ Jay Shetty [AWKWARD THERAPY]: Habits for Happiness, and Thinking Like a Monk: Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Everyday:
Multi-talented artist and rapper Harry Mack is best known for his unique, jaw-dropping visual freestyle rapping. He first came to fame when his Venice Beach Freestyle went viral, which propelled him to opportunities alongside the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Joey Bada$$, Ellen DeGeneres, Complex Music, and RedBull Music. His content has amassed millions of views and spreads smiles to all who watch.In this episode you will learn,How to harness your creativity to strengthen your personal brand.How to overcome fear and bear the responsibility for your own success.How to find your calling and actively pursue it.Tips on using nerves to your advantage.For more, go to Braun On Healing Past Trauma, Building A Business Empire & Finding Peace: How To Pursue Your Dreams Even In The Face Of Adversity w/Bobby Hall a.k.a. Logic: to Change Your Limiting Thoughts & Beliefs Around Success, Self-Love & Happiness w/Lilly Singh:
Today’s episode revolves around psychology. Three experts on behavioral psychology share their perspectives and advice for how to combat overwhelming levels of stress in your life and ways to increase your level of self-love.In this episode, Dr. Nicole LePera, holistic psychologist & best-selling author, teaches us how to harness the most powerful regulator of stress and approachable ways we can reparent ourselves. Kati Morton, clinical psychologist, shares her tips to defeat loneliness and the things you need to be doing to build deeper relationships. Kelly McGonigal, health psychologist & best-selling author, explains the science behind physical activiity’s positive effects on your mental health and why you should stop thinking that there is good and bad stress. For more, go to episodes:Dr. Nicole LePera - Morton - McGonigal -
A renowned speaker and bestselling author, Dr. Gabor Maté is highly sought after for his expertise on a range of topics including 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: Exploring the Stress-Disease Connection, and Scattered: How Attention Deficit Disorder Originates and What You Can Do About It. Be sure to check out Gabor's new book, The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, & Healing in a Toxic Culture, that goes on sale 9/13/22!In this episode you will learn,The difference between primary and secondary trauma.The five things every parent needs to do for their children.Why suppressing your anger is doing more harm than good.The parts of yourself you need to integrate to feel whole.For more, go to out Part 1 of Gabor’s Interview here! You Make Money and Also Be Spiritual? w/ Jay Shetty: Emotional Agility Is The Most Important Skill You Need To Know w/ Susan David:
Designer, founder, and philanthropist Kendra Scott started her company in 2002 with only $500. Going door-to-door to Austin boutiques armed only with a tea box full of her jewelry, Kendra captivated businesses and customers with her vibrant personality and unique eye for design. Kendra’s commitment to innovation, quality and detail has taken her small start-up to a billion-dollar business.In this episode you will learn:About the hidden power that comes with vulnerability. How to identify the gaps in your knowledge and when to bring on others.How to figure out which business idea is worth pursuing.How to overcome the fear of failure and start today.For more, go to Corcoran on Success in Business & Life: Key Steps to Overcome Criticism & Grow A Successful Business with Kristin Cavallari: to Change Your Limiting Thoughts & Beliefs Around Success w/Lilly Singh:
Today’s episode is about motivational methods for changing one’s behavior. Three experts on behavioral psychology share their perspectives and advice for how you can increase your productivity and accomplish your dreams.In this episode, Nir Eyal, author & lecturer, shares his key metrics for success and the difference between good and bad visioning.Neuroscientist Andrew Huberman elaborates on the brain/body contract and the common misconceptions of how dopamine affects our behavior.Jim Kwik, a master of memory, teaches the model of learning anything faster and the lies you’ve been told that are holding you back from learning.For more, go to Full episodes:Nir Eyal - Huberman - Kiwk -
Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D. is an expert in the psychology of eating. She is President of the Institute for Sustainable Weight Loss and the founder of the worldwide Bright Line Eating movement. Her first two books, including “Bright Line Eating: The Science of Living Happy, Thin, and Free,” became New York Times bestsellers. Her work weaves the neuroscience of food addiction with powerful insights from Positive Psychology, IFS, and 12-Step Recovery to outline a roadmap for achieving true integrity and self-authorship around food. In this episode you will learn:Why you should be preplanning your food. How cheat meals can negatively affect your brain.That freedom from food addiction is possible.The importance of self control.For more, go to Gillett on Optimizing Your Hormone Health: Key Signs Your Not Healthy & How to Fix It with Casey Means: Joe Dispenza on Healing the Body and Transforming the Mind:
Dr. Gillett is a dual-board Certified MD in Obesity Medicine and Family Medicine. His practice includes preventative medicine, aesthetics, sports medicine, hormone optimization, obstetrics and infertility, integrative medicine, and precision medicine including genomics. He believes that each human is a unique creation that requires attention to their body, mind, and soul to achieve optimal health. In this episode you will learn:How to adjust your diet to optimize your hormones.The importance of sleep and healthy hormones.The issue with counting calories.How hormone health can affect your relationships.For more, go to Huberman on Eliminating Brain Fog, Increasing Your Focus and Controlling Your Motivations: Lyon on Why Building Muscle is the Key to Lifelong Weight Loss and Higher Life Expectancy: Galpin on Weight Loss, Stress Management, and Reversing Your Age:
Today’s episode is a masterclass around relationships. Three experts on love & relationships share their perspectives and advice for why your relationships aren’t working out the way you want and all the things to look for in a compatible partner.In this episode, Faith Jenkins, attorney & author, elaborates on the main causes of divorce and shows us how we can better understand our partner’s love language.James Sexton, divorce lawyer & author, teaches how we can solve the problems in our relationships and not be victimized by the idea of divorce.Lori Gottlieb, psychotherapist & author, shares the truth about finding love and why its so important to embrace change in your relationship.For more, go to Episodes:Faith Jenkins: Sexton: Gottlieb:
Jaspreet Singh, the Minority Mindset, is an attorney, investor, and CEO of Market Briefs. Although he didn't receive any formal financial education, he is on a mission to make financial education fun and accessible.In this episode you will learn:How the economy and real estate markets are connected.To utilize a growing financial education as a tool.Why you should be living below your means and investing.Three things to ask yourself before you know if you can afford something.For more, go to below to hear Jaspreet’s previous episodes,Take These Steps If You Want to Become Rich - EP 1301Money Habits To Prepare Against Inflation, Market Crashes & A Recession - EP 1283The Biggest Lies You've Been Told About Money, Debt & Building Wealth - EP 1257How To Prepare For Financial Freedom In A Changing Economy - EP 1254
Bruce Lipton, Ph.D., cell biologist and lecturer, is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. Bruce was on the faculty of the University of Wisconsin’s School of Medicine and later performed groundbreaking stem cell research at Stanford University. He is the bestselling author of The Biology of Belief, The Honeymoon Effect, and co- author with Steve Bhaerman of Spontaneous Evolution. In this episode you will learnWays to change your programming.The differences between the conscious and unconscious mind.Methods for how to turn all of your limiting thoughts into positive actions. How to manifest heaven on earth.For more, go to Your Mind To Manifest & Attract Financial Abundance with Joe Dispenza: This Simple Trick to Heal & Deeper Your Relationships with Esther Perel Lasting Love with Matthew Hussey:
Today’s episode is a masterclass around inflammation, why it's sometimes necessary, and how to reduce chronic inflammation. Three experts on health & nutrition share their perspectives and advice for how to manage and better understand inflammationIn this episode, William Li, physician, scientist, and author, explains why inflammation is necessary and the foods to eat to help reduce inflammation.Shawn Stevenson, best-selling author and creator of ‘The Model Health Show’, shares the significance and benefits of how good sleep combats inflammation. Andrew Weil, founder and director of the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine, teaches us the optimal diet for our brains and why you should be drinking more tea.For more, go to Episodes:William Li: Stevenson: Weil:
Jason Feifer is the editor in chief of Entrepreneur magazine, author of the upcoming book Build For Tomorrow (out September 2022), a startup advisor, and host of the podcast Build For Tomorrow, a show about the smartest solutions to our most misunderstood problems. Prior to becoming an Entrepreneur, Jason worked as an editor at Men’s Health, Fast Company, Maxim, and Boston magazine, and has written about business and technology for the Washington Post, Slate, New York, and others.In this episode you will learn,How to chase the gains that come with change.How to achieve long-term success.The key to building a strong identity.How to better understand your “But really”.For more, go to Singh on The Biggest Lies You've Been Told About Money, Debt & Building Wealth: Hormozi on Mastering Sales, Making Your First Million & Overcoming Mediocrity: Dispenza on Breaking Free of the Addiction to Negative Thoughts & Emotions:
Dr. Joe Dispenza is an international speaker, researcher, author, and educator who is passionate about the findings from the fields of neuroscience, epigenetics, and quantum physics to explore the science behind spontaneous remissions. He uses that knowledge to help people heal themselves of illness, chronic conditions, and even terminal diseases so they can enjoy a more fulfilled and happy life as well as evolve their consciousness.In this episode you will learn:The three things that create excellence.How to fuel your brain with supernatural energy.Why it's so important to stay curious.And much more!For more go to here for more episodes from Joe Dispenza!Transform Your Mind To Manifest & Attract Financial Abundance: the Full Potential of Your Mind: Your Mind for Lasting Love: Your Mind & Heart To Change Your Life:
Today’s episode is a masterclass around how to fix and improve your health. Three experts on health & nutrition share their perspectives and advice to anyone wanting to improve the quality of their physical and mental health. In this episode, Dr. Daniel Amen, psychiatrist and brain disorder specialist, explains the significance of what we eat and how to put yourself in an anti-aging environment.Dr. Mark Hyman, physician and author, elaborates on the connection between food and mood and the basic principles of healthy eating.Dr. Uma Naidoo, nutritional psychiatrist and author, tells us the foods we should be eating to increase the function of our brains and why you aren’t getting enough antioxidants.For more, go to Episodes:Daniel Amen: Hyman: Naidoo:
Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati serves on the United Nations Advisory Council on Religion and on the steering committees of the International Partnership for Religion and Sustainable Development (PaRD) and the Moral Imperative to End Extreme Poverty, a campaign by the United Nations and World Bank. Sadhvi has lived for the past 25 years at the Parmarth Niketan ashram in Rishikesh, India, where she oversees a variety of humanitarian projects, teaches meditation, lectures, writes, counsels individuals and families and serves as a unique female voice of spiritual leadership throughout India and the world. Her memoir, HOLLYWOOD TO THE HIMALAYAS, was published in 2021.In this Episode, you will learn:Why your value and worth isn’t associated with what you doHow you are one with the divine/universeHow to move on beyond suffering and find peaceWhy many of us feel like we’re carrying the weight of the worldFor more, go to: Your Triggers and Heal Your Soul w/ Mariel Buqué: Command of Your Addiction & Heal Your Trauma w/ Gabor Mate: Emotional Agility Is The Most Important Skill You Need To Know w/ Susan David: 
Ari Wallach is a futurist and the founder and Executive Director of Longpath Labs. He is the author of the book by HarperCollins, Longpath: Becoming the Great Ancestors Our Future Needs. Wallach’s TED talk on the Longpath mindset has been viewed 2.6 million times and translated into 21 languages. He has written for outlets like the BBC and Wired, hosted Fast Company magazine’s “FactCo Futures with Ari Wallach,” and he has been featured in The New Times, CNBC, CNN, Vox, and more. He has served as an advisor to the US State Department, United Nations, and numerous organizations including the RacialEquity2030 Challenge, the Gettysburg Project, and Politico's Long Game Forum. More at www.longpath.orgIn this Episode, you will learn:What transgenerational empathy really is and why it's so important.How curiosity and creativity can help you to build a longpath mindset.The importance of healing your past in order to create a brighter future.How to visualize your future through mental time travel.For more, go to: Future of Space Travel w/ Peter Diamandis: EP 1264The Surprising Secrets to Aging w/ David Sinclair: EP 1232Embrace the Future w/ Peter Diamandis: EP 881
Today’s episode is a masterclass around entrepreneurial origins with three experts on the topic of hustling, negotiating, and executing their ideas with little to no money.In this episode,Tony Robbins, entrepreneur, best-selling author, philanthropist, and the nation’s #1 life and business strategist, shares why your past do not equal your future.Daymond John, American businessman, investor, television personality, New York Times bestselling author, and motivational speaker, explains the simple process of getting started on your first business when you’re broke.Sara Blakely, businesswoman, philanthropist, and the founder of Spanx, explains why you don’t need a lot of money in order to be ultra successful and how ten minutes of someone’s time is all you need.For more, go to: Episodes:Tony Robbins (EP 1107) - John (EP 598) - Blakely (EP 893) -
Dr. Mariel Buqué is a Columbia University-trained Psychologist, intergenerational trauma expert, and the author of the upcoming book Break the Cycle: Shifting from Generational Trauma to Generational Abundance. She provides courses for healing difficult emotions and building healthy relationships and provides corporate wellness consultations to Fortune 100 companies including Google, Twitter, Capital One, and Facebook through her coaching program: Healing From The Past. She shares mental health tips with an online community of over 700K community members and has been featured on major media outlets including The Today Show, CNN, and ABC News. In this episode, you will learn:About the different levels of trauma.About the ways our senses produce different triggers in our lives.Why you should practice nervous system regulation on a daily basis.Why staying in survival mode stunts our creativity.About the genetic background of generational trauma.For more, go to: Command of Your Addiction & Heal Your Trauma w/ Gabor Mate: Emotional Agility Is The Most Important Skill You Need To Know w/ Susan David: MASTERCLASS On How To HEAL Your Mind & Overcome Negative Thoughts:
Comments (460)

Michelle Gennaro

Yes - to more Bruce & Lewis.

Sep 10th

sonia torabi

it is great to think positive, but the guest is making some bullshit comments about science and it is shameful. do not misguide people when you are not sure about something.

Sep 8th

javier k

episode 116-120 is broken, unablr to play

Aug 19th

Yasamin Boushehri

thanks for your great podcasts 🙏

Aug 17th

Kimiya Hajighorbani

I enjoyed it so so much , thank you!

Aug 13th

Kimiya Hajighorbani

The duo I didn't know I needed 😍

Jul 29th

soroush jamhiri


Jul 14th

M Morr

too many episodes and too Long. I give up...cannot keep up anymore..I have a job and things to do. ya lost my attention. what is wrong with one a week at 1 to 2 hours or 2 a week at 45 minutes. who can absorb all this? so many podcast are doing this now. plus there are other podcast to listen to as well...not just yours. the amount seems a bit overkill

Jul 13th

javier k

this episode is buggy, it cannot play well

Jul 2nd

Steven Nyquist

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Jul 1st

The Yellow Kid

this woman is on the money i was with a narc... and it was always a fight about my feelings always blame shifting when i would bring up responsibilities man that was wild ... after yrs i finally backed up n walked away

Jun 26th


Such a really lovely soul, I hope a lot of young people like myself get to hear this ❤️ thank you for sharing your story and being so open and honest. X

Jun 11th

Shanna Toews


Jun 3rd

Xodu Xoahk Xodu

This show was needed! I just started to eat fish after 30 years of being vegan. Thanks for the information.

May 16th

Kate Alexandra

As a listener it appears as though you are not interested in this topic/your guest. This episode was hard to get through for me

May 14th

jeff summers

An absolutely great discussion around the power of Dopamine!!

May 12th

Gift Ofomata

I love the podcast very educative since I started listening to it💙

May 5th

Simone Gold-Wahlhaus

This is utter shit. And in truth, Lewis knows it too.

May 4th

Larry Killingsworth

prefect podcast ,

Mar 8th

Dominique Provencher

too bad this podcast would be so great for some of my ADHD friends... but most of them won't be able to listen to it till the end....!!! 😢

Mar 2nd
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