128 episodes

A candid, informative series of conversations with world-renowned truth seekers, discussing life hacks, relationships, your health, spirituality, personal development, and more. Hosted by expert branding strategist and storyteller content creator, Deevo, this podcast will give you insights that will help you become a better version of yourself each and every day. Tune in for fun and enlightening conversations that will cure your insatiable curiosity to learn something new.
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A Little Impolite - A podcast for those who have an insatiable curiosity to learn something new‪!‬ Hosted by Deevo

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    • 5.0 • 19 Ratings

A candid, informative series of conversations with world-renowned truth seekers, discussing life hacks, relationships, your health, spirituality, personal development, and more. Hosted by expert branding strategist and storyteller content creator, Deevo, this podcast will give you insights that will help you become a better version of yourself each and every day. Tune in for fun and enlightening conversations that will cure your insatiable curiosity to learn something new.
Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fusionphotography/support

    How to improve your sleep habits with Dr. Chris Winter

    How to improve your sleep habits with Dr. Chris Winter

    Most people don't get enough sleep. In fact, according to a recent study, more than half of Americans report feeling tired during the day. Meet Dr. Chris Winter, he is a sleep expert and he is going to show us how sleep deprivation can take a toll on our health and well-being. 

    According to Dr. Winter, sleep deprivation can cause problems with memory and concentration, and make us more susceptible to illness. He also says that lack of sleep can lead to weight gain since it can disrupt our hormones and metabolism. So if you're not getting enough sleep, make sure to listen to this latest episode of A Little Impolite - it might help you figure out what's causing your sleep problems and how to treat them.

    Links

    Connect with Dr. Chris Winter:

    Website | http://www.cvilleneuroandsleep.com

    Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/drchriswinter/

    Connect with A Little Impolite:

    Deevo Instagram | @fusionphotog


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    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn4C58U6MRnBaJP8NOknYHg

    Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mind-body-business/id1360851323


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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode 75: Anxiety and Depression with Brittany Richmond

    Episode 75: Anxiety and Depression with Brittany Richmond

    This week on A Little Impolite, we're joined by Brittany Richmond. 

    Brittany is a CEO, paid speaker, and anxiety and depression expert. She uses her experience with depression and anxiety to inspire young adults through information and experiential learning. Brittany is also an advocate for "overcoming therapy", which she believes is an essential tool for anyone struggling with mental health issues. We're excited to have her on the show this week to discuss her work and how she's helping people overcome their depression and anxiety. 

    If you're looking for a fun and engaging show that will leave you with some key takeaways, this is the one for you! "Comparisonitis" is something we all suffer from at times, and this show provides some excellent tips on how to avoid it. self-confrontation can be tough, but it's crucial for becoming more self-aware. And when it comes to anxiety, the importance of habit and consistency cannot be overstated. This show will empower you to take ownership of your life and make choices that bring you joy.

    Join us this week for an enlightening conversation with Brittany Richmond.

    Links

    Connect with Brittany Richmond:

    Website | https://www.brittanyrichmond.com

    Instagram | @thebrittanyrichmond

    Connect with A Little Impolite:

    Business Instagram | @alittleimpolitepodcast

    Host Deevo Instagram | @fusionphotog

    Here it is! Our gift to you. The free download for “All of the Tools You Need for a Healthy Relationship with Social Media”: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/62462253b3be600de2a2710c

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn4C58U6MRnBaJP8NOknYHg

    Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-little-impolite-a-podcast-for-those-who/id1360851323

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    • 1 hr 9 min
    Mental health and behavioral changes: identifying and releasing negative thought processes for a healthier life with Dr. Carrie Leaf

    Mental health and behavioral changes: identifying and releasing negative thought processes for a healthier life with Dr. Carrie Leaf

    You can change your behavior and release those negative thoughts! Self-doubt is something that every person deals with but it can be managed if dealt with successfully. Listen in as Dr. Carrie Leaf discusses mental health, trauma & self-doubt giving us ways to healthily manage this difficult emotion so you're not left feeling powerless or defeated.


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    • 44 min
    The Science of Stuck - Breaking Through Inertia to Find Your Path Forward with Britt Frank

    The Science of Stuck - Breaking Through Inertia to Find Your Path Forward with Britt Frank

    “We need to know how to drive our brains, and then life works,” says Britt Frank, clinician and trauma specialist, who believes that we must learn how our bodies respond to different stimuli and form emotions. Britt is less concerned with the “why” of things, and more about the “what” and the “how.” She’s not interested in seeking or answering spiritual questions. If we learn how our bodies react to emotions, we can make better choices about our behavior, and life gets easier. Feelings, she says, are body cues, and emotions are the story or meaning we attach to those cues. The goal, she says, is to stop being a reactor and start being a responder.

    Britt and Deevo share their similar shock and disillusionment about what college turned out to be and the different ways that people, especially introverts, connect with people. Britt says as important as connection is, it can’t come at the cost of health, safety, and integrity. They discuss the merits and limitations of psych meds, and the spiritual contradictions of abortion protesters.

    Hear Britt and Deevo discuss the importance of celebrating micro-wins, the importance of taking accountability and responsibility, and a basic set of actionable steps.

    Quotes

    • “Feelings are just body cues. Emotions are when we attach a story or meaning to those body cues.” (15:04-15:10 | Britt)

    • “Live your best life is sort of, ‘meh.’ It’s not live your best life, it’s live a life where you get to make choices versus hanging around reacting to things all the time and not knowing why.” (17:37-17:48 | Britt)

    • “There’s a degree to which life gets really crappy the more you know and then there’s a pivot point at which eventually—assuming you have choices, and relative safety and access—you’re no longer lled by your injury.” (21:22-21:36 | Britt)

    • “No matter how freethinking, no matter how outside the box, no matter how critical or unique you are, at the core of who we are as humans we still need to belong, we still need to have those connections, those conversations, some meaning, some depth. And that only comes from other humans.” (42:33-42:53 | Deevo)

    • “What are some key adjustments one can make for transformations. What do you mean by that?” (52:32-52:36 | Britt)

    • “I think personal responsibility is probably one of the keystone human emotions or human elements that if you don’t have it, you’re going to be lost for a long time.” (55:03-55:12 | Deevo)

    Links

    Connect with Britt Frank:

    Website | https://www.scienceofstuck.com/

    Instagram | @brittfrank

    Connect with A Little Impolite:

    Deevo Instagram | @fusionphotog

    Lisa Instagram | @lisastaffphoto

    Business Instagram | @sproutconnectors

    Here it is! Our gift to you. The free download for “All of the Tools You Need for a Healthy Relationship with Social Media”: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/62462253b3be600de2a2710c

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn4C58U6MRnBaJP8NOknYHg

    Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mind-body-business/id1360851323

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    • 1 hr 13 min
    How Caffeine is Killing You with Stephen Cherniske

    How Caffeine is Killing You with Stephen Cherniske

    “Caffeine isn’t energy, it’s stress,” says Stephen Cherniske, author of many books including “Caffeine Blues,” who joins Deevo to discuss the many dangers of caffeine consumption. In fact, in nature, caffeine is an active toxic poison that is produced naturally by plants to kill parasites. According to Stephen, half of us can quickly metabolize it, and half of us cannot, hence all of the conflicting and confusing information regarding its benefits. What’s more, men and women metabolize it differently given the differences in sizes of their livers. Perhaps the biggest detriment to our health that caffeine presents is not just that it stimulates stress hormones, but while this is going on, the body cannot produce DHEA, which is a very important healing and repairing hormones.

    Still, it remains a 460 billion dollar industry because so many people see having their coffee or their soda, as a ritual. They also vastly underestimate how much caffeine they are drinking, and like any substance, Stephen reminds us, dosage matters.

    Join us as Stephen explains how important sleep is, especially as we get older. Deevo explains the physical benefits he’s noticed after giving up caffeine, including having deeper, better sleep and the return of his dreams.

    Quotes

    • “Dose means everything. Dose defines what a poison is. Dose defines what’s nontoxic.” (10:25-10:33 | Stephen)

    • “Coffee is almost like a tribal talisman to modern society. It’s like you have to have a cup of coffee so that you can fit into the group think.” (26:43-26:52 | Deevo)

    • “Three of the five items you listed in terms of evidence around caffeine’s impact: anxiety, panic attacks, and hypertension. What about caffeine causes these to be so prevalent?” (45:33-45:46 | Deevo)

    • “The hormone of resilience is DHEA.”(49:29-49:31 | Stephen)

    • “There’s good things to say about coffee, believe it or not, and one of the best things about coffee is that it has antioxidant activity.” (55:22-55:33 | Stephen)

    Links

    Connect with Stephen Cherniske:

    Website | TheHealthySkeptics.com

    Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/stephencherniske/?hl=en

    Connect with A Little Impolite:

    Deevo Instagram | @fusionphotog

    Lisa Instagram | @lisastaffphoto

    Business Instagram | @sproutconnectors

    Here it is! Our gift to you. The free download for “All of the Tools You Need for a Healthy Relationship with Social Media”: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/62462253b3be600de2a2710c

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn4C58U6MRnBaJP8NOknYHg

    Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mind-body-business/id1360851323

    Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm




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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Handling Divorce with Melinda Previtera

    Handling Divorce with Melinda Previtera

    “Instead of focusing on all the negativity surrounding divorce—which, let’s be honest, there is,” says Melinda Previtera of Previtera Law Firm, “I want to change people’s mindsets as to how divorce can be an opportunity for rebirth and growth through self-love.” Part of that self-love is maintaining a sense of independence in a marriage, otherwise people start to desire control and get resentful and keep score. Individuals and couples need to be clear with their goals and their purpose, both short-term and long term, and Melinda helps them do that. Above all, people have to be willing to change.

    Despite the prevalence of divorce in our culture and the upcoming generations who are foregoing marriage altogether, there is still a great deal of stigma around the subject. People tend to project their own indecisions and insecurities onto divorced people, and value the endurance of a marriage over how much it actually serves those involved, including the children. Once divorced and navigating custody, there are important dos and don’ts that Melinda discusses here.

    Join Melinda and Deevo discuss the antiquated beliefs around marriage, the many lies people tell themselves about what’s best for the kids, and why divorce is the most radical act of self-love.

    Quotes

    • “I want to introduce a new perspective to this transition to this lifestyle reset is how I describe it, because when the decision to end the marriage is made, whether it’s made jointly or by one party, there is an opportunity for growth, evolution, and a reset in your life.” (8:49-9:12 | Melinda)

    • “At the end of the day, everybody going through this process is in pain, no matter how amicable, it’s a loss and there’s pain. So, I treat it with that kind of respect and dignity, rather than trying to win a divorce case.” (14:44-14:58 | Melinda)

    • “When you hear ‘we’ve outgrown each other,’ what that means is one person wants to grow and evolve, and the other person doesn’t.” (23:40-23:48 | Melinda)

    • “I felt like when I was getting judged post-divorce, or even while I was in the process, I felt like some of the questions I was getting asked were people’s way of using me as their litmus on how happy or unhappy they were (41:16-41:29 | Deevo)

    • “What’s the most common reason you find people are getting a divorce in this day and age?”(53:15-53:19 | Deevo)

    Links

    Connect with Melinda Previtera:

    Website | https://www.petrellilaw.com/

    Instagram | @lawyeringforlove

    Connect with A Little Impolite:

    Deevo Instagram | @fusionphotog

    Lisa Instagram | @lisastaffphoto

    Business Instagram | @sproutconnectors

    Here it is! Our gift to you. The free download for “All of the Tools You Need for a Healthy Relationship with Social Media”: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/62462253b3be600de2a2710c

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn4C58U6MRnBaJP8NOknYHg

    Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mind-body-business/id1360851323

    Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm


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    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

Kitty Sweets ,

Binge Worthy

I’ve been binging on this show to prepare for being a guest and I got so addicted!
Fun, informative, unique and a LITTLE IMPOLITE!
Can’t wait to be on their show.
🌼🌸🌺

acheema7 ,

Engaging and Insightful!

Lisa and Deevo have incredible chemistry together and that makes for an incredibly entertaining and insightful episode every single time. They’re able to blend hilarious stories, serious wisdom, and practical takeaways in a way that leaves you wanting more.

The guests they bring in are as diverse as the topics that are covered. Listening to this podcast really expands your horizons and gets you thinking, highly recommend!

Pryor9458281763 ,

Thought Provocative

This podcast is very informative and entertaining as well. Listening to Deevo and Lisa interview guest and interview each other is very nice to watch. They listen to their guest and they ask really good questions.

They discuss topics that some people are not even thinking of talking about it.

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