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.
Matt Damon & Gary White ON: Seeing Problems and Taking Action & How to Help Others in Crisis
Jay Shetty sits down with Water.Org co-founders Matt Damon and Gary White to talk about the water crisis around the world. We see stories of extreme poverty in places that are less developed and have little to no access to basic services such as electricity and water. These stories of struggles are out there but we don’t get to hear the rawness of the situation and reality many people live in. The water crisis is real and it’s one of the major hindrances for children to have proper education and a chance at a better future.
While everyone knows Matt Damon as an actor and producer and screenwriter, in 2006, he founded H20 Africa Foundation to raise awareness about water initiatives on the continent. Matt's active participation in the work of Water.Org and Walter Equity has positioned him as one of the world's experts on water and sanitation issues. Now in 1991, Gary White launched Water Partners, now the international NGO known as Water.Org. Today, he leads two organizations in creating and executing market-driven solutions to the global water crisis driving innovations in the way water and sanitation projects are delivered and financed.
5 Ways To Reduce Helplessness in Difficult Times & How To Improve Your Relationship With The News
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How many times have you heard bad news first thing in the morning and then end up feeling bad for the rest of the day? Or how about reading a bad comment online and feeling restless about it? The news that we consume everyday can highly affect our mental health which can result in us feeling stressed and helpless.
In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares facts of how to reduce the feeling of helplessness and how we can improve our relationship with the news.
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00:28 The feeling of helplessness
02:17 The Seligman Experiment
07:24 Step #1: Choose when & where you consume news
10:28 Step #2: Expose yourself to good news
12:24 Focus on the things you’re doing well
16:53 Step #3: Find your role in the community
18:52 Step #4: Practice self-care
21:58 Step #5: Pray for courage
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Gabrielle Bernstein ON: Childhood Trauma & Why You Must Be the One to Heal Yourself From the Inside Out
Jay Shetty sits down with Gabrielle Bernstein to talk about how past trauma affects our daily life. Within us is our protector self, that part of us that takes over when we face fear, danger, sadness, longing, and feel hurt. And our protective self can sometimes stop us from taking chances, from taking risks. It can possibly hinder our growth and healing. Let’s tap into this inner version of us and make peace with our wounded self.
Gabrielle Bernstein is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Universe Has Your Back, Super Attractor, and has written six additional bestsellers including her latest book, Super Attractor. Gabrielle was featured on Oprah’s SuperSoul Sunday as a “next-generation thought leader,” and The Oprah Winfrey Network chose Gabby to be part of the “SuperSoul 100,” a dynamic group of 100 trailblazers whose vision and life’s work are bringing a higher level of consciousness to the world. The New York Times identified her as “a new role model.”
2 Unhealthy Eating Habits Many People Have & How To Improve Your Body Image and Confidence
For this special series, in partnership with Betterhelp, Jay Shetty sits down with Haesue Jo, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist & Head of Clinical Operations at BetterHelp and Jayme Cyk. Jayme, who has been unhappy with her previous sessions, shares how finding the right therapist has helped her gradually accept and love her own body.
Dr. Rangan Chatterjee ON: The Science of Mental Well-Being & How to Live a Happier Life Without Burning Yourself Out
Jay Shetty sits down with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee to talk about the core of happiness. There is a huge difference between success and happiness, oftentimes we confuse the two as one and the same. One can be successful in their job, career, business, and family life, but can be unhappy. We need to learn the core of happiness to genuinely enjoy life by appreciating our past self, our current life, and the future we all look forward to having.
Dr. Rangan Chatterjee is regarded as one of the most influential medical doctors in the UK and wants to change how medicine will be practiced for years to come. He hosts the biggest health podcast in the UK and Europe, ‘Feel Better, Live More’. He can simplify complex health advice so people can feel better and live more. Dr Chatterjee is known for finding the root cause of people's health problems and he highlighted his methods in the ground-breaking BBC television show, Doctor in the House.
3 Signs You’re in a Healthy Relationship & 2 Toxic Traits to Watch Out For
What truly defines a healthy relationship? And what makes one unhealthy? Is there an easy way to spot if the relationship we’re in is good for us or gradually hurting us? It often involves the level of our emotional health, our mental maturity to process difficult situations, and how far are we willing to stay in the partnership.
In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares facts of how unhealthy traits eventually ruins relationships and the positive habits that can turn things around.
Remarkable Jay shetty. Very educative and encouraging