300 episodes

Thought leadership on the subject of overcoming hidden or unresolved personal insecurity.

Unhindered Jaemin Frazer

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.7 • 82 Ratings

Thought leadership on the subject of overcoming hidden or unresolved personal insecurity.

    Episode 303. Fighter jets, ADHD and the memories that stick

    Episode 303. Fighter jets, ADHD and the memories that stick

    On this episode:
    An update on the upcoming insecurity project events.
    The evolutionary process from a bird's wing to the latest fighter jet and what that has to do with your place in the natural world.
    A critique on the prevalence of adults diagnosed with ADHD and other mental health labels and why the world rewards dysfunction more than health.
    And the logic behind the way your brain stores memories the clearest in moments of surprise.

    • 31 min
    Episode 302. Sam Neill, sound systems and how to be idle

    Episode 302. Sam Neill, sound systems and how to be idle

    This week on the Unhindered podcast;
    The impact of the in-home sound system on modern life and an explanation of the mechanics of sound itself,
    How listening to the great Sam Neill narrate his life story reminded me about the illusion of separation,
    Why familiarity closes your heart to the divine,
    A few countercultural insights from Tom Hodgkinson’s book - How to be idle,
    And…The rudest LinkedIn message I’ve ever received.

    • 47 min
    Episode 301. Community

    Episode 301. Community

    On episode 301:- Why disappointment and embarrassment often go hand in hand, and why it is essential to revisit the very first time this happened in your life.- Dealing with my daughters daddy issues.- An update from the Self-permission book tour and why I'm still waiting for someone to agree with me about the book. - And the purest dream I've had about what is possible for a community of secure individuals free to show up at their best where it matters most. 

    • 34 min
    Episode 300. Rank your games

    Episode 300. Rank your games

    On the 300th episode of the Unhindered podcast:
    My first strongly negative feedback about the new book and what that means for me leading into my national book tour.
    Why ‘more courage and less fear’ is the worst advice you’ve ever heard.
    Why it won’t be enough to understand all the games you are currently playing, you’ll have to rank them in order of importance too.
    My most recommended books and other resources.
    Why I run without a shirt on.
    The advantage of being exhausted.
    And finally, why this will be the last Unhindered episode for a while, and what new podcast project I’m working on next…

    • 44 min
    Episode 299. King Charles and the 10 principles for healing the wounds of your childhood

    Episode 299. King Charles and the 10 principles for healing the wounds of your childhood

    On today’s episode:
    How I survived and even slightly enjoyed recording the Self permission method audiobook. I’ll tell you why this experience was different to the last two times I’ve recorded my books.
    I’ll also share part 2 of the conversation with myself about my internal resistance and how I regained full permission to power up in this season (using the self-permission method).
    King Charles has cancer! Could it be something more than a just a sad coincidence? I’ll show you why insecurity always needs an escape plan.
    And I’ll explain the 10 principles for how to completely heal the wounds of your childhood (so that you reduce your chances of getting cancer).

    • 40 min
    Episode 298. Self-permission in action

    Episode 298. Self-permission in action

    Following on from my hot take on the Australia Day debate last week, I'll show you another piece of coaching content to help you make sense of what to do with these kind of issues in the world.
    Also on today’s episode I’ve shared my own experience of how the self-permission model played out in real time over the last few weeks in my life so that you can see how the model works in action.

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
82 Ratings

82 Ratings

Ears in ,

Excellent

Entertaining, insightful, incredibly open, and full of challenges if we dare choose to look at the insanity that we live in and believe. Hurts so good 🤩

JasChloeMatt ,

Love listening to Jaemin

Have followed Jaemin and heard his stuff over the years and read his books. Love his work. In particular I love his ‘walk the talk’ attitude of being himself, true to himself, unapologetic to others and truly demonstrating what he is preaching. He is an authentic human, and I love that about him…this was especially evident in his last two episodes 286 and 285.
Keep it up Jaemin - its fantastic to see how you emerge in this world unhindered :-)

JenJenB79 ,

voice of reason

I first came across Jaemin as the ‘one minute coach’ on radio, his message resonated so much so that when I experienced a crisis and cross roads in my life I looked him up and discovered there’s so much more to be learned and gained from Jaemin’s work.

The podcast is profound, intelligent, thoughtful, insightful and just plain commonsense. The interwebs is full of noise about self help and personal growth (you should see my Instagram feed) so I’m thankful to have found a podcast that cuts through the noise and gets to the heart of the matter. Thanks Jaemin! Merry Christmas!

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