The time to unleash your inner hero and make life epic is now. Life is kinda crazy everywhere and people need new leaders to step up. You can be one of those leaders. Check out the show and learn how to bring out the best in yourself. Learn from our host, Jim Simcoe- a father, husband, author, entrepreneur, coach, sexual abuse survivor and devoted Red Hot Chili Peppers fan.
This show is for people who want to find purpose in life, be happier and build confidence and self-esteem. People who crave inspiration, hope and want to learn how to navigate the new normal of working form home and living on Zoom calls. We cover topics like: mastering your mindset; love, sex and relationships; emotional intelligence; lifestyle design, etc.
Past episodes include: How to Live Fearlessly, How to Empower Yourself, How to Make Your Sex Life Fantastic, How to Create a Heart-Centered Life, How to Write a Book, How to Start a Business You Love, How to Deal With Social Anxiety, etc.
For more about Jim check out: JimSimcoe.com
The Feel Good Story of How F45 San Rafael Launched in the Middle of the Pandemic
Kyle MacBeth and Mike Perry, the married owners of F45 San Rafael join our show today to talk about the launch of their new business. Both Mike and Kyle had successful careers going when they decided in late 2019 to quit their jobs, move to Santa Rosa, CA and open an F45 gym.
Their story is a great for anyone considering a major career change as it is both inspiring and hilarious. Kyle and Mike were a married couple living a comfortable life in San Francisco when they decided they were ready to follow their true passion.
They quit their jobs, moved out of the city and opened an F45 gym. Check out the show to see how they did it and learn why passion and courage is sometimes all you need. You’ll also learn how an idea on a beach in Greece started it all.
For more on F45 San Rafael check them out on Instagram: f45_training_sanrafael
The Power of Music: Top Ten Bands You Should Be Listening To Right Now
In times of uncertainty (global pandemic, anyone?) listening to music can be one of the best things you do for yourself. In this episode we attempt to answer the unanswerable question: "Who are the Top 10 Bands of All Time?".
Because we all need music right now more than ever.
Joining me for this philosophical debate are my two friends Amil and Jack. Recorded late on a Wednesday night this is an unscripted take on the best bands of all-time. Check it out and learn about who made our list and who was left off and why.
Sneak peak of bands we discussed: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, Van Halen, Prince, Pear Jam, Ramones, Fishbone, Nirvana, Oingo Boingo, Led Zep, Bowie, Beastie Boys, etc...
So pour yourself a drink and check out the show! (skip ahead about 2 minutes from the start to get into the actual show)
Master Your Mindset in Tough Times
With coronavirus rapidly spreading throughout the world it is more important than ever to master your mindset. In this episode we talk about the 7 keys to deal with our current world and get through tough times.
You'll hear about why controlling the controllable, being a good human and perspective/sleep and exercise are so crucial right now.
We'll also talk about the hidden opportunities in the world right now and how to take advantage of them.
How to Make a Big Comeback In Your Life
Everybody loves a big comeback. We all love the underdog story of someone who miraculously makes a huge comeback, right?
Well that's what we're talking about today- hoe to make a big comeback in your own life. We're talking about my extended absence from the pod, where I've been, what I've learned and how you can apply four lessons to your own life.
If you're ready to make a huge comeback in your life, let's f'ing go...
How to be Happy (even when you're stressed out)
Want 11 keys to true happiness? Check out the show today and learn how to be truly happy even when you’re stressed out of your mind. Anyone can be happy when things are going well:) In today’s podcast Blake and I talk about how to be happy when things aren’t necessarily going your way. We cover simple lessons (how to start your day, get connected with people who love you) and some out-of-the-box solutions like understanding the difference between stress and worry; being invisible in a crowd (uncommon, yet very effective) and the two factors to combine for ultimate happiness.
How to Master Public Speaking
The ability to give a great speech or presentation is the arguably the single-most important skill you can master for your career. So why do people ‘f’ it up so badly? Probably because they didn’t listen to this podcast:) Most people are more afraid of public speaking than they are of dying . If you’re one of those people then this show is for you. Today Blake and I talk about how to master public speaking; everything from preparing correctly to handling anxiety beforehand. We give you concrete tips on how give the best speech/presentation/toast to your audience and how to deliver your message with the most impact. In this episode you’ll learn: the power of story telling; how to plan for any speech/presentation; what mistakes other speakers make and how to avoid them and how to absolutely crush any speech (even if you hate speaking in public). We dispel common myths (speakers are born, not made) and give you actionable advice (know the crowd, practice, create a story) to help you prepare for any speech.
On my regular podcast list
A good listen! I’ve got my favorite podcasts and this one is on my listening list. I look forward to finding out what the new show will be. Keep up the good work!
Jim gives us the pep talk that we need that now is the time to Hero Up. A great podcast that will have you sit up and take your space once more.
It is rare to hear someone be so open, honest, and vulnerable on a platform such as a podcast, but Jim does it in each episode, and does it well. From sharing raw, painful experiences to the little things he’s found to make big impacts in his day-to-day life, Jim comes across as someone who genuinely practice what he preaches. Helpful, inspirational, and always a good listen – well worth adding to your podcast rotation!