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You might not know it, but every result in your life is 100% because of the thoughts you think. This is very good news because it means that changing our thoughts can change everything else. This podcast provides practical ways to gain awareness of your current thoughts and then deliberately choose the ones you want in order to improve every area of your life. The way things are is not the way things have to stay. And that my friends, is 100% awesome.

100% Awesome Podcast April Price

    • Education
    • 4.8 • 157 Ratings

You might not know it, but every result in your life is 100% because of the thoughts you think. This is very good news because it means that changing our thoughts can change everything else. This podcast provides practical ways to gain awareness of your current thoughts and then deliberately choose the ones you want in order to improve every area of your life. The way things are is not the way things have to stay. And that my friends, is 100% awesome.

    Ordinary Awesomeness

    Ordinary Awesomeness

    Have you ever noticed all the tiny little things that make life awesome? It turns out that the more you notice, the better you feel.
    Your brain, of course, wants to notice all the things that have gone wrong, but there are just as many things that have gone exactly right and it can feel really good to bring your awareness to them.
    In today’s episode of the podcast, I’ll remind you of how fun it is to like things, teach you what you can learn from the U-curve of happiness, give you a daily practice to help you pay attention to the small but significant pleasures of your life, and make my own little tribute to some of the ordinary things in my life that I think are seriously awesome.
    Sometimes our brains can miss the spectacular awesomeness that can be found in the most ordinary things in our lives and this episode is all about inspiring you to see them again for the first time.  
     

    • 26 min
    Restocking Your Life

    Restocking Your Life

    I recently cleaned out my closet and intentionally decided, piece by piece, the items that I wanted to keep in my wardrobe and the ones that I no longer needed or wanted.
    What if we did the same thing in our lives? 
    If I went through my life piece by piece and examined each element—my habits, my schedule, my relationships, my work, my faith, the thoughts and feelings that I have most, the things I spend my time on—are they all things that I really want to be choosing? Given the choice to put them in my life, would I choose them again? Is my life full of things that I intentionally want to be there?
    In today’s podcast, I ask three questions that you can use to evaluate whether you are prioritizing the things that are really important to you so you can make sure your life is stocked with all the things you like and want.

    • 34 min
    Halftime Report: Lessons from the First 50 Years

    Halftime Report: Lessons from the First 50 Years

    This week I celebrate my 50th birthday which has me thinking about this episode of the podcast kind of like a halftime report. If I’m about halfway through my life (halfway through the game, if you will) I’m metaphorically going back to the locker room to take breath and evaluate how the first half of the game has gone.
    I’ve been on earth for five decades and today I’m thinking about my life, assessing what I’ve learned and loved about the first half of my life, and the recording the lessons that have meant the most to me.
    No matter how old you are or where you are in the course of your own life, I hope these lessons will change the way you experience your life and help you find more joy in all of it.

    • 31 min
    Episode 256: Abundance, Grace, and the Gifts of Spring

    Episode 256: Abundance, Grace, and the Gifts of Spring

    For those of us that live in the northern hemisphere, spring is a time of year where there are reminders everywhere about the true abundance of our lives. 
    Of course, we always live in an abundant world surrounded by an abundant universe, but because of hedonistic adaptation, most of the time our brain either doesn’t notice it or diminishes it down to nothing. 
    In today’s episode of the podcast, I’m sharing a few things that have caught my attention recently that have surprised me, humbled me, and reminded me how much abundance and grace fills our lives and is extended to each of us by God.
     

    • 33 min
    When in Doubt

    When in Doubt

    There’s never going to be a point at which your brain isn’t going to doubt you and question your ability to succeed, no matter how talented or capable you are or how many times you’ve succeeded or failed in the past. 
    Most of us are waiting for the doubts to go away. We think that if we could make our doubts go away then we would find our belief.  
    But on today’s episode of the podcast, I’m sharing the idea that belief isn’t the absence of doubt—believing in ourselves is a choice we are allowed to make even while we have doubts.
    It’s your brain’s job to doubt you. But you never have to let those doubts stop you. Doubt is what your brain does. Believing is what you can do and today’s podcast episode is all about how to do just that.
     

    • 25 min
    What’s Wrong with Me?

    What’s Wrong with Me?

    Today on the podcast I ask and answer a question that you may occasionally find yourself asking: What’s wrong with me?
    As humans it’s easy to wonder why we feel so bad, why we can’t seem to figure out how to be happy and productive, why we do the things we do, why it feels so hard to do the things we’re “supposed to do,” and why it often feels like we’re our own worst enemy…I mean, what it wrong with us?
    Over and over, we ask this question, thinking that if we could just figure out the problem of us then we could fix it and finally feel better about ourselves and our life.
    In today’s episode we’ll talk about why it sometimes feels so hard to be human and how to stop thinking that there’s something wrong with you—cause there isn’t! This episode will give you perspective, warmth, and understanding for the very challenging experience of being human.
     

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
157 Ratings

157 Ratings

4kids1977 ,

Great podcast

April is awesome!

SNLKBJ ,

Love this podcast!

I probably make sure to listen to this podcast more than any other. April Price is the perfect blend of happy and real. My life is just better because of listening to this podcast.

7inAZ ,

Empowering & Practical

April does a phenomenal job to explain how our brains operate and offers tools to take charge and ownership of our lives. She makes it so simple, although the work is not easy .. her real life experiences help offer approachable and practical ways to create the life we want. April does this from a nonjudgmental space and with encouragement and love.

These tools have already helped me better understand myself and offer grace to others. Thanks for your work. Love, Love, Love!🤍

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