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There are many elements in our life that affect our well-being and there are many different ways that we can explore it. One avenue to optimal self-care is having open, honest conversations about what it means to be well. Navigate love and relationships, purpose and meaning, mental health and wellness, success and failure, and all of those things that make us human with Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen on This Might Get Uncomfortable. With a combined 25 plus years of professional experience in the health and wellness industries, Jason and Whitney will guide you through the confusion and the curiosity, the suffering and the unfulfilled potential, the question of why we're here and what we're doing. Join them each week as they share their perspectives on wellness and have radically authentic, insightful conversations about life with special guests. This Might Get Uncomfortable, so prepare to dive deep into the rabbit hole because nothing is off limits here.Life presents us with challenges every single day. Many of us struggle to make life feel worthwhile, meaningful and peaceful. We’re confronted in our relationships, careers, faith and the health of our body, mind, and emotions. We often have questions in our mind that go unanswered, and sometimes, we don’t even want the answers. We just want to have a really unfiltered discussion, let it all out, be truly heard so we can process our emotions. We want to talk about our deepest passions and secret longings, share our unfulfilled dreams and big goals, and inquire into the mysteries of life. If you’re in that place right now, we invite you to join Jason and Whitney here on This Might Get Uncomfortable.Jason, a.k.a. J-Wro, is the bestselling author of the Hay House cookbook and lifestyle guide, “Eaternity”. He is the first plant-based chef in history with a primetime television series, and his groundbreaking Cooking Channel show “How to Live to 100” taught millions of people worldwide how to prepare delicious, organic, healthy meals at home. A dedicated practitioner of yoga, Pilates, weight training, and meditation for over a decade, he infuses his events, videos, and teachings with the importance of mindfulness, spirituality, and self-awareness as the cornerstones of a balanced, nourished lifestyle. Jason is a graduate of the Living Light Culinary Institute as well as Byron Katie’s School for the Work and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BA in Marketing Communications from Columbia College Chicago. His life’s mission is to inspire people to achieve optimal well-being, clarity, confidence and contentment through optimizing their relationship with food, fitness and mindful living so they can live a happier, healthier, more joyful and truly satisfied life.Whitney Lauritsen is a coach and content creator who promotes healthy living and sustainability on her site EcoVeganGal.com and YouTube channels. Having grown up in rural Massachusetts, she was surrounded by an environment that fostered her love and respect for animals. Whitney graduated from Emerson College in 2004 with a degree in film production. After discovering a deep passion for the vegan lifestyle, she launched the Eco-Vegan Gal website in 2008 and combined her skill and enthusiasm to create content on sustainability and wellness. Passionate about business and marketing, Whitney has helped countless entrepreneurs and small business owners create strategies for social media, YouTube and brand building.On this podcast, Jason and Whitney combine forces as they dig into the things that make people tick. The things that people are passionate about. The things that make people uncomfortable. The things that bring them hope, joy, and inspiration. The things that make them feel good in their bodies, minds, and hearts. The things that make life worth living and how to feel fully alive, genuinely happy and engaged

This Might Get Uncomfortable Jason Wrobel & Whitney Lauritsen

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There are many elements in our life that affect our well-being and there are many different ways that we can explore it. One avenue to optimal self-care is having open, honest conversations about what it means to be well. Navigate love and relationships, purpose and meaning, mental health and wellness, success and failure, and all of those things that make us human with Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen on This Might Get Uncomfortable. With a combined 25 plus years of professional experience in the health and wellness industries, Jason and Whitney will guide you through the confusion and the curiosity, the suffering and the unfulfilled potential, the question of why we're here and what we're doing. Join them each week as they share their perspectives on wellness and have radically authentic, insightful conversations about life with special guests. This Might Get Uncomfortable, so prepare to dive deep into the rabbit hole because nothing is off limits here.Life presents us with challenges every single day. Many of us struggle to make life feel worthwhile, meaningful and peaceful. We’re confronted in our relationships, careers, faith and the health of our body, mind, and emotions. We often have questions in our mind that go unanswered, and sometimes, we don’t even want the answers. We just want to have a really unfiltered discussion, let it all out, be truly heard so we can process our emotions. We want to talk about our deepest passions and secret longings, share our unfulfilled dreams and big goals, and inquire into the mysteries of life. If you’re in that place right now, we invite you to join Jason and Whitney here on This Might Get Uncomfortable.Jason, a.k.a. J-Wro, is the bestselling author of the Hay House cookbook and lifestyle guide, “Eaternity”. He is the first plant-based chef in history with a primetime television series, and his groundbreaking Cooking Channel show “How to Live to 100” taught millions of people worldwide how to prepare delicious, organic, healthy meals at home. A dedicated practitioner of yoga, Pilates, weight training, and meditation for over a decade, he infuses his events, videos, and teachings with the importance of mindfulness, spirituality, and self-awareness as the cornerstones of a balanced, nourished lifestyle. Jason is a graduate of the Living Light Culinary Institute as well as Byron Katie’s School for the Work and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BA in Marketing Communications from Columbia College Chicago. His life’s mission is to inspire people to achieve optimal well-being, clarity, confidence and contentment through optimizing their relationship with food, fitness and mindful living so they can live a happier, healthier, more joyful and truly satisfied life.Whitney Lauritsen is a coach and content creator who promotes healthy living and sustainability on her site EcoVeganGal.com and YouTube channels. Having grown up in rural Massachusetts, she was surrounded by an environment that fostered her love and respect for animals. Whitney graduated from Emerson College in 2004 with a degree in film production. After discovering a deep passion for the vegan lifestyle, she launched the Eco-Vegan Gal website in 2008 and combined her skill and enthusiasm to create content on sustainability and wellness. Passionate about business and marketing, Whitney has helped countless entrepreneurs and small business owners create strategies for social media, YouTube and brand building.On this podcast, Jason and Whitney combine forces as they dig into the things that make people tick. The things that people are passionate about. The things that make people uncomfortable. The things that bring them hope, joy, and inspiration. The things that make them feel good in their bodies, minds, and hearts. The things that make life worth living and how to feel fully alive, genuinely happy and engaged

    Surrendering To The Things We Never Know That Are Coming For Us

    Surrendering To The Things We Never Know That Are Coming For Us

    Just when we think that things are going where they are supposed to, a sudden wave of emotions hit us that put us off track. There are times when the things you least expect start coming at you, and you feel like you’re never going to be the same way again. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen dive deep into the highs and lows of life that we never see coming and let us into those moments of uncertainty in their lives. From thinking we’d get better when we’re older and then finding out we’re not, to realizing how different the plans of the universe are for us. Jason and Whitney share their take on the changes in our frame of mind as we grow up, realizing that the dreams and goals we once had do not really live up to where we are now. Though a bit gloomy, this episode actually gives you inspiration about finding your truth and knowing yourself even better as you go through life’s journey. All it takes is surrendering to wherever life and the universe take you.

     


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    • 1h 11 min
    The Ups And Downs Of Using Supplements

    The Ups And Downs Of Using Supplements

    One way of making sure you're always at the very top of your game without too much risk for yourself is using supplements. These health items ensure that you can make the most of what you can do with yourself and your body. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen lay out all the pros and cons of using supplements in your daily life. Will these items work towards making you a better version of yourself? Let Jason and Whitney help you figure out if it's for you.

     


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    • 1h 29 min
    The Hero’s Journey: Working Towards The Big Breakthrough With James Kyson

    The Hero’s Journey: Working Towards The Big Breakthrough With James Kyson

    There are many perks to being an actor, especially with one with an international platform, but you can't say that it isn't a rough journey. An actor's life is a constant dance between contentment and discontentment, always searching for the thing that will bring happiness. James Kyson is a renowned veteran actor who is best known for playing Ando Masahashi on the popular television series, Heroes. James converses with Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen about his journey as an actor - from his beginnings in New York City to the big break that brought him into the eye of Hollywood. James' story is an inspiring one, especially if you're working towards your big breakthrough.


     


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    • 1h 14 min
    Nostalgia And The Inner Child: Touchstones Of Joy In Adulthood

    Nostalgia And The Inner Child: Touchstones Of Joy In Adulthood

    Growing old often gets the best of us. With all the responsibilities and expectations that weigh us down, it can be difficult and sometimes, even a luxury, to find things that excite and bring us joy. In this episode, you need not look further for what invigorates your body. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen snap us out for a bit from our busy heads and transport us back to nostalgia and our inner child. They talk about the music, places, and the special things they have that evoke a specific feeling or memory, comforting them against the hustle and bustle. Reminding you too of your own, Jason and Whitney bring out the idea of excavating your childhood to see the passions, touchstones of joy, or forgotten dreams that you can bring into the present moment of adulthood. Revel in child-like wonder and find solace in the things that are already within you, even when life gets on the way.

     


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    • 38 min
    Cliche Advice: Are “Experts” And “Gurus” Faking It Until They Make It?

    Cliche Advice: Are “Experts” And “Gurus” Faking It Until They Make It?

    If somebody has been doing something consistently for many years studying it, writing about it, and speaking about it, you might be inclined to call them experts or gurus. There’s nothing wrong with that if they’ve developed some level of expertise. However, a lot of people call themselves an expert or a guru when they're only a year or two into their work. On today’s show, Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen shares their sensitivity around the words “expert” and “guru,” and those who are faking it until they make it or as a strategy for SEO reasons.

     


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    • 1h 7 min
    The Power Of “Yes” With Justin Polgar

    The Power Of “Yes” With Justin Polgar

    It is the month of love, of chocolates, and hearing the big Y-E-S. Taking these two things together in this special Valentine’s Day episode, Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen bring in guest, Justin Frank Polgar. Justin is an alchemical chocolate technologist, aka The Minister of Chocolate, who, with his company, YES Cacao, spreads the message of yes and the power of yes through cacao. Together, they take a deep dive into the power that lies with saying YES and how it inquires our decision-making. Taken under different contexts, yes is a powerful word that describes this immense and almost indescribable sensation that turns doors into doorways. Justin ties this to the philosophy and ethos of his company, using chocolate as a delivery system for botanicals that go beyond just the taste but also the sweetness of life in how his products allow the body to discern what is a yes and a no. Learn more about what Justin is championing with YES Cacao and find inspiration in finding the same infinite possibilities in saying YES as you do so in NO.


     


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    • 1h 3 min

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