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The stories you tell yourself on a daily basis determines the person you will become.The good, the bad, the negative, the positive, the uplifting, the draining – they’re all part of the equation. But YOU are the author of your life story – so, what story are you writing?

Top Podcaster & Best-selling Author Lewis Howes brings you the The Daily Motivation Show, where you’ll hear from industry-leading experts, you’ll learn proven principles, and you’ll discover life-changing ideas that will help you get motivated and STAY motivated.

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The stories you tell yourself on a daily basis determines the person you will become.The good, the bad, the negative, the positive, the uplifting, the draining – they’re all part of the equation. But YOU are the author of your life story – so, what story are you writing?

Top Podcaster & Best-selling Author Lewis Howes brings you the The Daily Motivation Show, where you’ll hear from industry-leading experts, you’ll learn proven principles, and you’ll discover life-changing ideas that will help you get motivated and STAY motivated.

Listen on Apple Podcasts
Requires subscription and macOS 11.4 or higher

    Create a VISION That Transforms Both You and the WORLD! | Shi Heng Yi EP 679

    Create a VISION That Transforms Both You and the WORLD! | Shi Heng Yi EP 679

    "The commitment now very clearly, you are creating because you want to help. - To serve, to help others, yes. - You are not creating any identity of yours in order to harm. Because I think if this is what your initial intention is, then I think the penalty will come." - Shi Heng Yi

    In this profound episode, Shaolin master Shi Heng Yi shares his wisdom on the nature of dreams, vision, and personal growth. He emphasizes the importance of having a grand vision for oneself while maintaining a sense of realism and commitment to service. Shi Heng Yi challenges listeners to think beyond material success and consider the deeper purpose of their aspirations.

    With eloquent metaphors, Shi Heng Yi likens life to a video game with various levels of spiritual and emotional growth. He warns against the emptiness of pursuing solely materialistic goals, describing it as being stuck on "level one." Instead, he encourages a shift towards deeper connections with others and a more profound understanding of life's challenges. His insights offer a compelling perspective on personal development, urging listeners to consider not just what they want to achieve, but how they can use their success to contribute meaningfully to the world around them. This episode provides a thought-provoking exploration of purpose, legacy, and the true nature of fulfillment in life.

    • 8 min
    SOG EP 1639 BONUS: Sebastian Maniscalco OPENS UP About IMPOSTER SYNDROME, MENTAL HEALTH & His Parents' Divorce | EP 678

    SOG EP 1639 BONUS: Sebastian Maniscalco OPENS UP About IMPOSTER SYNDROME, MENTAL HEALTH & His Parents' Divorce | EP 678

    "My mom is my muse. My mom is someone, if I can get dying laughing, I'm like, 'I'll use that on stage.' That works. My mom is a good gauge of kind of what's funny. And when I call her and we get on a roll, there's nothing better than making my mother laugh." - Sebastian Maniscalco

    In this heartwarming episode, acclaimed comedian Sebastian Maniscalco opens up about the profound influence his mother has had on his career and personal life. With his signature blend of humor and vulnerability, Maniscalco reveals how his mother serves as both his muse and his litmus test for new material. He shares touching insights into their relationship, highlighting the joy he finds in making her laugh, especially in light of his parents' unexpected divorce later in life.

    Maniscalco's candid discussion about his family dynamics offers a poignant look at how success and family relationships intersect. He reflects on the challenges of navigating his parents' separation as an adult, and how it has shaped his perspective on family and the passage of time. Through his stories, Maniscalco emphasizes the importance of cherishing moments with loved ones, particularly as they age. His emotional honesty about sometimes taking his mother for granted resonates deeply, serving as a powerful reminder to listeners about the value of maintaining strong family connections amidst the demands of a successful career.

    • 6 min
    Why Being Interested in OTHERS is YOUR Secret Weapon | Robert Greene EP 677

    Why Being Interested in OTHERS is YOUR Secret Weapon | Robert Greene EP 677

    "The best thing is to be able to get inside the minds of other people. If you develop that skill, the sky's the limit. Nothing will ever stop you because people are like a mystery. They wear a mask and you don't have any idea what they're thinking." - Robert Greene

    In this illuminating episode, renowned strategist and author Robert Greene shares his insights on the most crucial skill for personal and professional success: the ability to understand others deeply. Greene argues that developing profound empathy and the capacity to see the world through others' eyes is the key to unlocking limitless potential in life and business.

    Greene delves into the practical steps one can take to cultivate this skill, emphasizing the importance of shifting focus away from oneself and onto others. He challenges listeners to view each interaction as an opportunity to explore a new world, likening it to visiting an exotic culture. Through vivid metaphors and compelling examples, Greene illustrates how this shift in perspective can transform relationships, enhance persuasive abilities, and navigate complex social environments with ease. His advice offers a roadmap for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of human nature and harness that knowledge for personal growth and professional success.

    • 6 min
    SOG EP 1638 BONUS: Relationship Experts Debate the 5 Hidden Signs of Cheating! | Matthew Hussey & Sadia Khan

    SOG EP 1638 BONUS: Relationship Experts Debate the 5 Hidden Signs of Cheating! | Matthew Hussey & Sadia Khan

    "In my personal experience with the women that do cheat, it's not that all women cheat, but the women that do cheat, it's very little to do with the woman itself. It's more to do with the man she selects." - Sadia Khan

    In this provocative episode, relationship expert Sadia Khan offers a candid perspective on infidelity in long-term relationships. Drawing from her professional experience and personal insights as a woman, Khan challenges common assumptions about cheating, suggesting that women may be more likely to engage in infidelity than men. She attributes this to women's heightened awareness of potential signs of cheating in their partners, as well as men's relative naivety when it comes to recognizing these signs in their wives.

    Khan delves deeper into the dynamics that may lead to infidelity, particularly focusing on the role of respect and fear of loss in relationships. She argues that a woman's likelihood of cheating is often tied to her level of respect for her partner and her perceived risk of losing the relationship. Khan's perspective sparks a thought-provoking discussion about the complex interplay of values, partner selection, and relationship dynamics in fostering fidelity. While her views may be controversial, they offer listeners a unique lens through which to examine their own relationships and the factors that contribute to long-term commitment and satisfaction.

    • 7 min
    How to Measure and REVERSE Your Biological Age | Dr. David Sinclair EP 675

    How to Measure and REVERSE Your Biological Age | Dr. David Sinclair EP 675

    "The way to think of this is, if you've ever heard of the epigenome, these are the control systems that control our DNA. It turns out that that system you can measure. It's chemicals on your DNA that change over time predictably. And we've just developed a way to measure that 100 times cheaper than it was before. And I'm gonna bring this test to the public so that people can test their biological age." - Dr. David Sinclair

    In this fascinating episode, renowned longevity expert Dr. David Sinclair reveals groundbreaking insights into the science of aging and how our lifestyle choices directly impact our biological age. Dr. Sinclair introduces the concept of biological age versus chronological age, explaining how advanced testing methods can now determine how quickly or slowly our bodies are aging at a cellular level.

    Dr. Sinclair shares his personal experience with optimizing his own health, discussing how he's managed to maintain a biological age significantly younger than his chronological age. He details the development of new, more accessible testing methods, including a cheek swab DNA methylation test, that could revolutionize how we monitor and manage our health. Throughout the conversation, Dr. Sinclair emphasizes the importance of understanding the impact of our daily habits - from smoking and alcohol consumption to exercise and diet - on our biological age. His insights offer listeners a roadmap to potentially slow down or even reverse their aging process, providing hope and practical strategies for those seeking to extend their healthspan and lifespan.

    • 6 min
    Obesity and Cancer: The HIDDEN Link Your Doctor May NOT Have Told You About! | Dr. Jason Fung EP 674

    Obesity and Cancer: The HIDDEN Link Your Doctor May NOT Have Told You About! | Dr. Jason Fung EP 674

    "At this point, the World Health Organization considers 13 different types of cancer as obesity-related cancers, which is huge because from 2003, we didn't even know. When I went to medical school, nobody thought obesity caused cancer. It's almost as big as smoking. It's a huge, huge thing." - Dr. Jason Fung

    In this eye-opening episode, renowned nephrologist and bestselling author Dr. Jason Fung provides a comprehensive overview of cancer causes, challenging common misconceptions and highlighting the critical role of obesity in cancer development. Dr. Fung traces the evolution of cancer research, from early theories about fiber and fat to the landmark discovery of obesity's impact on cancer risk in the early 2000s.

    Dr. Fung's expertise shines as he breaks down the complex relationship between diet, lifestyle, and cancer risk. He debunks popular myths about vitamins and supplements, explaining how extensive studies have failed to show their effectiveness in cancer prevention. Instead, he emphasizes the profound impact of maintaining a healthy weight, comparing obesity's cancer risk to that of smoking. This revelation offers listeners a powerful tool for cancer prevention, underscoring the importance of weight management in overall health. Dr. Fung's insights provide a clear, actionable path for individuals seeking to reduce their cancer risk and improve their long-term health prospects.

    • 7 min

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