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Optimize your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual life with interviews from experts in fitness, meditation, psychology, travel, and entrepreneurship. If you like Tim Ferriss, Joe Rogan, Dave Asprey, or Ben Greenfield, you'll be inspired. Come by part of our community led by Matt Wilson co-founder of the travel company Under30Experiences.
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Now displaying: July, 2018
Jul 24, 2018

Jeremy Goldberg is the founder of Long Distance Love Bombs.  Jeremy is a TEDx speaker trying to make kindness cool. He is also a PhD scholar who spent the past five years studying the science of human behavior, specifically how attitudes affect action and how we can communicate to inspire greater and lasting change. Jeremy is a compassion-cultivating, day-making change agent, a kind heart, and someone who believes in you.

 

Today’s episode is all about why balance is bullsh*t, getting clear on what you want to be, and the importance of scheduled play.

 

Jeremy shares how to find beauty in the mundane, how often to evaluate your inner self, and ways to design our environment in the best way possible.

 

He leaves listeners with the advice, “Accept total personal responsibility for the way your life is going. It’s a very confronting thing but it’s a very powerful thing. You are in control of how you respond and how you choose to do the things that you do in your life. That eliminates blame and excuses.”

 

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Jul 19, 2018

Gregory Diehl has understood the importance of universal ideas from a young age. Though he was raised in California, he soon embarked on a journey of global quest for learning, self-discovery, entrepreneurship, and inquiry. Since then, Gregory has lived and worked in 48 countries and continues to use his experiences to help others along the path of self-fulfillment through exploration. He helps entrepreneurs prepare complex value messages across many mediums, and offers unconventional lifestyle coaching and brand identity consultancy for impassioned individuals. In his free time, gregory kidnaps felinse from streets around the world and bathes them in his sink before passing them along to strangers.

 

Today’s episode is all about personal evolution, reverse culture shock, and loneliness when traveling.

 

Gregory shares how he learned which relationships in his life were truly meaningful, how to get multiple passports/residencies, and how to create sustainable happiness.

 

He leaves listeners with the advice about stepping out of your comfort zone, “Learn to ignore that part of you that insists on panicking when that happens.”

 

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Jul 9, 2018

AJ Vaynerchuk is the co-founder of the athlete representation firm VaynerSports. He is also the former COO of VaynerMedia, a social-media-first digital agency, and a founding partner of the venture capital fund VaynerRSE. Born into an entrepreneurial family, he started displaying a sense for business from a young age. He is also involved with a number of other commercial projects.

 

AJ shares his experience growing VaynerMedia to an epic level of success and managing a company of several hundred employees with his brother Gary, his decision to leave VaynerMedia to focus on his health and start VaynerSports, and his struggles with Chron’s disease.

 

AJ discusses his thoughts on hiring and firing quickly, the most important aspects of company culture, and why he and Gary aren’t afraid to fail.

 

AJ leaves listeners with the advice, “As long as you learn from a mistake or failure, it’s a win.”

 

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Jul 3, 2018

Bethany Tran is the founder of The Root Collective and Weft + Warp Brand Strategy. Bethany is a social entrepreneur who is trying to make the world a better place with a business that matters. The Root Collective is changing the world for the better by offering handmade shoes that provide jobs for people that need them. Bethany is a passionate communicator and believes firmly that business can (and should) be used to change the world. When she's not running her two businesses, she can be found reading fluff fiction, making kombucha, and snuggling with any dog she can get her hands on. She lives in Raleigh, NC with her husband, two resident dogs, 11 chickens, and has a steady stream of foster pups at any given time.

 

Our episode today is all about travel, running a business when you have no idea what you are doing, and figuring things out as you go.

 

We discuss how essential curiosity is, ways to manage expectations (including your own), and looking at the world’s largest problems as the greatest opportunities.

 

Bethany leaves listeners with this advice: “There are so many problems that need solving. If you see something that needs solving, and no one else is doing it, it’s on you and that’s a really good thing. Fear is an absolute liar. Tell fear to shut up.”

 

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