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Author: Jay Shetty

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My name is Jay Shetty, and my purpose is to make wisdom go viral. I’m fortunate to have fascinating conversations with the most insightful people in the world, and on my podcast, I’m sharing those conversation with you.

New episodes Mondays and Fridays.

Listen anywhere you get your podcasts, and please rate and review the podcast if you enjoy it. Live life today ON PURPOSE.
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On this episode of On Purpose, I sat down with Anthony William (Medical Medium), the originator of the global celery juice movement and four times #1 New York Times best-selling author.We dove into the hundreds of benefits the powerful herb has and why he believes the celery juice movement is going to change people’s lives. From chronic illness to brain fog and even mental health, celery juice has helped heal millions.Calvin Harris, Robert De Niro, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Novak Djokovic have all shared their success stories and openly supported this movement. I learned so much from this conversation and I know you will too!A Word From Our Sponsors:Start your FREE trial of Shipstation without even entering your credit card information, just visit ShipStation.com , click on the microphone, and type in promo code “PURPOSE”Get 15% off your order at foursigmatic.com/PURPOSE or use the discount code “PURPOSE” at checkoutFor a limited time, get your 3-piece cleaning set from Mrs. Meyer’s Spring Scents, a FREE 60-day VIP membership, and a surprise bonus gift just for you when you sign up & place an order of $20 or more. Check out Grove and our special offer at Grove.co/JAYGet the FREE guide: The 7 Key Strategies to Grow Your Profits at Netsuite.com/JAY
Rejection is probably one of the worst feelings you could ever have, it honestly feels like a punch in the stomach. Regardless of how successful someone seems, we’ve all experienced it at some point or another in our lives.Whether it’s in the workplace or in our personal lives, it never feels good and we don’t always know the best way to handle it. In this week's episode, I did the research and share 6 ways you can start to gracefully deal with rejection in any situation.I show you what I call the rule of 100, why you shouldn’t be seeking revenge and how you can turn rejection into redirection. This is an important skill we should all learn how to master so make sure you listen carefully and take notes!A Word From Our Sponsors:blinkist.com/JAY to start your FREE trial of Blinkist todaythegreatcoursesplus.com/JAY for 1 month FREE of the Great Courses Plus
On this episode of On Purpose, I sat down with Supermodel, designer, and barrier-breaking body activist Ashley Graham. Ashley opens up about how she went from hating her body to loving it and making it her purpose to encourage others to do the same. She discusses how your words become your truth and why it’s so important to stop negative self-talk. She dives into how exactly we can start doing that. She also answers the internet’s most asked relationship questions and shares more about her own journey with her husband. I learned so much from this conversation and I know you will too!
You feel tired mid-morning before you have your coffee, then the dreaded 3 pm lull hits and you feel sluggish and unmotivated. By the time you get home from work, you’re exhausted and ready for bed. If you’re struggling with your energy levels and your self-control, this episode is for you. The truth is that energy and self-control are finite daily resources. They decline throughout the day just like your phone battery. In this episode of On Purpose, I give you 6 simple things you can do every morning to boost your energy and recharge yourself as much as you charge your phone.
In this episode of On Purpose, I sat down with Dr. Oz to discuss how to automate your life and create an environment that feeds what you’re good at and protects you from what you’re not good at. If you struggle with self-control, Dr. Oz shares practical tips you can apply to improve your relationship with food long term. We also dove into relationships and how important it is to love someone for who they already are instead of who you want them to be. This is a great episode with so many practical tips to help you achieve a happier and healthier lifestyle.
Whether you’re single or in a relationship, we could all benefit from dating more deeply and effectively. In this episode, I offer tips on how to connect with someone on a values basis in order to create deeper connections. We often strive to be with people that don’t share our same values, but that’s just us trying to make something work that doesn’t naturally fit. So I offer practical tips to take any relationship to that next level. I encourage you to skip the small talk, listen, be vulnerable and find someone that increases your well-being. I share the 70/30 rule of online dating to help you be more transparent about what you’re looking for in your relationship. I also share my opinion on ghosting and how to react to it.
Chrissy Metz (This is Us, Breakthrough) is an American Emmy- and Golden Globe-nominated actress, singer, and producer. I sat down with Chrissy to discuss how she went from having 81 cents in her bank account to landing the lead role in NBC’s hit drama series This Is Us. She dives into why she stopped putting pressure on herself to succeed and how she dealt with people constantly telling her “no” in her life. We also got into why you should never be afraid to lose the person you’re with, how to love someone the way they need to be loved and a breakdown of fight languages vs. love languages.
Everyone always talks about finding your passion and finding your purpose, but nobody talks about how to actually align with it.The truth is, that regardless of how many experiences we might have: vacations,  relationships, trips, etc. if we don’t align with our purpose, our journeys won’t feel as meaningful.Now, there are so many things that can hold us back like money, practicality or timing but in this episode, I give you 3 concrete steps you can use to look past those reasons and start aligning with your purpose.
On this special episode of On Purpose, I got to sit down with my good friend Gary Vee.Gary is an investor, a serial entrepreneur and a 5 time New York Times bestselling author.We got to talk in depth about how to stop caring what people think about you, why you should focus on happiness not hustle and why you need to contextualize advice before you decide to listen to it.There are so many teachable moments in this episode and I know you will learn so much!
How many times have you caught yourself being on your phone when you should be doing something else? Or maybe you’re productive for 5 minutes and then take a 2-hour break when you get distracted. We all do it, but there are ways to be more productive and achieve more in your day. In this episode, you’ll learn how to build habits that will stop you from wasting your time and help you start investing it in things that actually matter.
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Natasha D. Wade

I never really comment on this site but this was a beautiful conversation to be a part of and sooo many epiphanies had. Thank you.

Jul 16th
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Zach

Jay is a pretty smart and thoughtful guy, but it pains me to hear him entertain this dude's bs

Jul 15th
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Ms.K

thank you for this podcast Jay ..its truly amazing how you put the simple steps in words and give perfect examples. I am so grateful

Jul 15th
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Faiza Abeid

thank you...its was worth listening

Jul 15th
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Arjun Singh

Faiza Abeid he is good

Jul 15th
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Richa Gupta

this was just too good. 1 thing I am going to start is not start my day with a cup of tea... thanks a lot.

Jul 15th
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Lise Rasch Johansen

I just paused your amazing podcast, and had a really important meeting with myself... How my last relationships worked, what I did wrong, and how to correct it... (not just romantic relationships, but with some former friends, now) I love, that I now can call it a meeting... have always been really reflective, and now it's not, I just spend an hour thinking, I have just had a really important meeting with myself! (in reality, both things actually works really well!) but, thank you, both, for saying something that sparked something in me, so now, I may just have broken a pattern, I really don't like about myself!!!

Jul 13th
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Shivaranjini Gowda

this is my favorite episode. I really got connected about his talking. thank u for this

Jul 13th
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Tanja Mitchell

it's sometimes very difficult to deal with emotional, psychological, mental, financial abuse by your husband and struggling with multiple disableling health conditions ... which your husband holds against you... has told you that you are useless and worthless knowing that you don't have anywhere to go to .... some days are harder than others..... no I can't cry in front of my husband bcz he only knocks me and verbally puts me down... no I can't tell him in the most gentle way to please help me or be more supportive because he only verbally attacks me and is only cruel.... it's excruciating painful when you are not feeling well and either get ignored or if you say anything you're put down

Jul 12th
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Sudip

Tanja Mitchell If someone behaves with you badly; it's not because of you, it's because of him/her, it's reflection of who the person is. so, don't take it personally. And you = your being + (your health &/ your knowledge &/ finance &/success / failure/ ...etc). so, your being neither have a disease nor have any shortcomings. If you need more insight in this matter read 'The Four Agreements' written by Don Miguel Ruiz. Thank you.

Jul 13th
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CJ

Tanja Mitchell hope you can get some help and improve your situation. Please be Ok, if you ever need someone to talk to please don't hesitate to share. No one should be subject to that, wish you the best

Jul 13th
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Derek Baumann

what book do they keep mentioning?

Jul 11th
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b4t m4n

Derek Baumann bhagwat geeta

Jul 12th
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Kavindu Lakmal

👍👍👍

Jul 11th
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Victory Sober Living

Man, such a great podcast. Thank you Chrissy you seem like a really wonderful person. I hope that one day I am acting while changing lives. Your perspective is so clear.

Jul 11th
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Lukas Parker

Victory Sober Living Yean, she is a really good guest, and some of her views bring me a bigger world!

Jul 11th
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Mamason Hustle

love love her!!!! thank you

Jul 10th
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Queen M

This was an amazing interview! I learned so much!! Great episode ❤️

Jul 10th
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Sachin Varma

Jay, you are genius as today as I woke up checked my phone and moment on WhatsApp saw one message that drains my energy like for about 5 hours and was constantly thinking about it. Seriously, I have been doing wrong for a long time but surely dare to give up on it after listening to your podcast, thank you, Jay love from heart.

Jul 10th
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J.D. Boyd

Thanks Bro, I will plan a meeting with myself every day.

Jul 9th
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jkrisp

I tried having a phone free morning. It was far less stressful. I was in the moment more!

Jul 9th
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Ricardo da Cruz de Carvalho

Very good episode! 😊👏

Jul 9th
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Julie Moore

So inspiring and insightful. I have so much more appreciation for what I have and who I am.

Jul 9th
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S Harsha Vardhan

The truths for this generation loved it jay...🥰

Jul 8th
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Nivedha Karn Rb

thank you so much for ur podcasts ..it is simple precise and very useful and this generation youngsters needs podcasts like this 💜 thank u Jay I'm so fortunate to listen to ur words ❤❤❤❤ love from Chennai ❤

Jul 7th
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