47 episodes

Sobriety and Recovery are not the same things - Jesse took the long way to figure this out. Sobriety is abstaining from the substance(s) one is addicted too. Recovery is the act of diving inward and discovering what events, thoughts, and feelings led to the actions that resulted in the addictive behavior. While there are infinite ways one can take to quit using and move from sobriety to recovery, hands down, taking this journey with a growth mindset, humility, gratitude, and integrity are foundational cornerstones Jesse could not have made it this far without. Join the conversation as he discusses personal growth, personal development, sobriety, recovery, alcohol addiction, drug addiction and so much more - all weaved through growth mindset, NLP, and personal experiences.

From Sobriety To Recovery: An Addiction Recovery Podcast Jesse Mogle

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Sobriety and Recovery are not the same things - Jesse took the long way to figure this out. Sobriety is abstaining from the substance(s) one is addicted too. Recovery is the act of diving inward and discovering what events, thoughts, and feelings led to the actions that resulted in the addictive behavior. While there are infinite ways one can take to quit using and move from sobriety to recovery, hands down, taking this journey with a growth mindset, humility, gratitude, and integrity are foundational cornerstones Jesse could not have made it this far without. Join the conversation as he discusses personal growth, personal development, sobriety, recovery, alcohol addiction, drug addiction and so much more - all weaved through growth mindset, NLP, and personal experiences.

    Q&A: Dating: When to start and matching your values, Ep 47

    Q&A: Dating: When to start and matching your values, Ep 47

    In this week's episode, we answer some questions from my Instagram post that I think will resonate with many of us.
    First, we talk about dating an alcoholic and not blaming yourself for their actions and knowing how to move past it.
    Hint - it's all about your boundaries and your thinking.
    Second, we dive into when should someone start dating if they are under a year in recovery. Should you wait the year so often recommended? Should they be in recovery too?
    Hint - again, it's about your boundaries and your thinking, but this time around there is something you can do to find out what it is your attracted to in a person. What you once found attractive in a partner is definitely going to be different now that you are sober and seeing your world through a new perspective.
    If you have a question, please go to my Instagram and drop me a DM or comment in a recent post.
    Thank you so much for listening and being a part of this wonderfully supportive community. No longer are we living in the shadows!
    Also, please subscribe, rate and review the show to help us spread the word about this awesome free content. Your simple action of rating and reviewing does wonders in helping others find the show.
    If you have questions you'd like addressed on the show, want to book me to speak at an event, or want to recommend or be a guest on this show, please contact me through any of the social media links below or via email. Feel free to contact me here for any other reason as well:
    Facebook: https://facebook.com/fromsobrietytorecovery
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessemogle
    Instagram: https://instagram.com/fromsobrietytorecovery
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessemogle/
    Email: jesseisinteresting@gmail.com

    • 33 min
    Three years sober & how I control my thoughts and feelings, Ep 46

    Three years sober & how I control my thoughts and feelings, Ep 46

    In this week's episode, we discuss how thoughts cause feelings, which drive actions, which create results, and how understanding this connection has been and will continue to be the foundation of my sobriety and addiction recovery mission.
    Three years, 36 months, 156 weeks, 1,095 days, 26,282 hours - my how time flys.
    Every day I wake up sober is the best day of my life.
    I want all of you to feel that way, but I have no control over your thoughts, feelings, actions, or results. I can be a helpful guide along the way, but you, and only you, control your thoughts, feelings, actions, and results.
    You are in charge of your sobriety. You decide to be sober and work on your best life...or you CHOOSE to use because that suffering is what feels comfortable to you. 
    I desire you all to be on your own journey with the strength of 1000 gods riding along beside you.

    • 35 min
    Begin Again: Pilot Part 2

    Begin Again: Pilot Part 2

    Happy New Year and New Decade!!! I am reviving the pilot format for this episode because so many people check out the pilot episode each week, and when I go back and listen to it - while so much is exactly like I said it would be, there is also so much this show evolved into that I couldn't have begun to imagine it - let alone hint to it this time last year.
    I launched this podcast because there is so much I have learned, and so much more to learn about my life in sobriety and recovery, that I just had to continue the sharing process on a much bigger platform than just group meetings, community events, and one-on-one conversations.
    Whether you are new to addiction recovery or an old-timer there will be a place for you here. All voices are welcome and no one is left out - I am all-inclusive.
    From emotional growth and maturity, to living a life of integrity, to how to attend social engagements where addictive substances are present - the information and conversation here will guide all of us through the pitfalls of sobriety and recovery.
    I do not know all the answers, no one does, because everyone's journey is unique to them - but there are universal answers and there is a mindset that all of us can relate too.
    Join the conversation, be a part of a community, and flourish in a life free from addictive substances while you grow into your "meant to be" in life.
    Thank you so much for listening and being a part of this wonderfully supportive community. No longer are we living in the shadows!
    Also, please subscribe, rate and review the show to help us spread the word about this awesome free content. Your simple action of rating and reviewing does wonders in helping others find the show.
    If you have questions you'd like addressed on the show, want to book me to speak at an event, or want to recommend or be a guest on this show, please contact me through any of the social media links below or via email. Feel free to contact me here for any other reason as well:
    Facebook: https://facebook.com/fromsobrietytorecovery
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessemogle
    Instagram: https://instagram.com/fromsobrietytorecovery
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessemogle/
    Email: jesseisinteresting@gmail.com

    • 34 min
    Happy New Year & Happy New Decade,Ep 44

    Happy New Year & Happy New Decade,Ep 44

    In this week's episode we're gonna talk about the New Year, the New Decade, and why what happens on New Year's Eve isn't the end-all, be-all, to this last year or the year to come.
    We've all been a part of some wild nights, I'd be willing to assume, and no doubt there are times of our lives we thought we would never forget that we can not even remember today.
    Spend your new year doing what you want to do, being with who you want to be with, and know that whatever you do it is only one night of the year and there are 364 more coming your way.
    Journal about what it was you experienced this last year. Journal about what you would like to accomplish in the new year. Write, voice record, video yourself - whatever media you choose, get your thoughts out of your head and out into the real world were thoughts become tangible.
    Much love to all of you for your amazing support. I am blessed to have you as a part of my community. Together we are stronger.
    No longer are we living in the shadows!
    Also, please subscribe, rate and review the show to help us spread the word about this awesome free content. Your simple action of rating and reviewing does wonders in helping others find the show.
    If you have questions you'd like addressed on the show, want to book me to speak at an event, or want to recommend or be a guest on this show, please contact me through any of the social media links below or via email. Feel free to contact me here for any other reason as well:
    Facebook: https://facebook.com/fromsobrietytorecovery
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessemogle
    Instagram: https://instagram.com/fromsobrietytorecovery
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessemogle/
    Email: jesseisinteresting@gmail.com

    • 21 min
    Toxic people and how are judgements of others affect our interactions, Ep 43

    Toxic people and how are judgements of others affect our interactions, Ep 43

    In this week's episode we discuss the spirituality side of relationships in regards to how our judgments of others affect the relationships we have with them.
    Our three pillars of our addiction recovery are gratitude, humility, and spirituality.

    Are the relationships in your life lining up with the new person you are becoming and striving to become each day?
    Would you rather be right or would you rather connect?
    As humans, we are in a constant state of comparison, and the way we relate to ourselves, other people, and our past holds all the weight in how we will connect with ourselves and everyone we come in contact with.
    Whether we are building people up or putting them down, either way, it is not healthy - it's imperative we build a strategy to see ourselves as equal to others and encompass that equal-ness when we interact with them.
    Judgments are not always about putting people down - we can build them up too - and that pedestaling of ourselves or someone else breaks the connection we could have. It alters the relationship in a way where someone feels better about themselves while the other person is made to feel less than in comparison.
    Thank you so much for listening and being a part of this wonderfully supportive community. No longer are we living in the shadows!
    Also, please subscribe, rate and review the show to help us spread the word about this awesome free content. Your simple action of rating and reviewing does wonders in helping others find the show.
    If you have questions you'd like addressed on the show, want to book me to speak at an event, or want to recommend or be a guest on this show, please contact me through any of the social media links below or via email. Feel free to contact me here for any other reason as well:
    Facebook: https://facebook.com/fromsobrietytorecovery
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessemogle
    Instagram: https://instagram.com/fromsobrietytorecovery
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessemogle/
    Email: jesseisinteresting@gmail.com
     

     
     

     


     

    • 48 min
    Overcome mental limitations by accepting responsibility for your choices, Ep #42

    Overcome mental limitations by accepting responsibility for your choices, Ep #42

    In this week's episode, we discuss how your mental limitations are holding you back from achieving your goals in life. With the new year and new decade fast approaching - it's time we look at what is happening in our minds that is holding us back from our best life.
    We can't accept responsibility and blame someone else at the same time. That's not how we empower ourselves or take personal responsibility. Even when bad things happen we have the ability to choose how we respond - thus giving us the power over the circumstance/event.
    By putting an emphasis on our physical development we learn to break through plateaus and mental barriers we have placed in front of ourselves. When we learn to break through these perceived limitations physically, it actually teaches us to break through them mentally. This works the other way too. If we break through mentally, we learn we can also achieve physically. 
    It's all mental reinforcement. If you set out to accomplish something, the action of starting is what produces the momentum and the motivation - not the other way around. Motivation will not come until the action is started or the act of not acting brings about consequences that have to be dealt with right then and there. 
    I imagine many of us got into sobriety because the consequences finally caught up to us and we had no choice but to get into the action of sobering up. 
    It's time to take back the power. Over our minds, our bodies, our emotions, our spiritual practice - everything. Say it with me..."I have the power!"
    Thank you so much for listening and being a part of this wonderfully supportive community. No longer are we living in the shadows!
    Also, please subscribe, rate and review the show to help us spread the word about this awesome free content. Your simple action of rating and reviewing does wonders in helping others find the show.
    If you have questions you'd like addressed on the show, want to book me to speak at an event, or want to recommend or be a guest on this show, please contact me through any of the social media links below or via email. Feel free to contact me here for any other reason as well:
    Facebook: https://facebook.com/fromsobrietytorecovery
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessemogle
    Instagram: https://instagram.com/fromsobrietytorecovery
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessemogle/
    Email: jesseisinteresting@gmail.com

    • 51 min

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