Tools, techniques, and ideas to help us all lives more fulfilling lives full of radical compassion, mindfulness, and self-improvement.
Join me on our collective journey of figuring this life out. This show is for you if you find yourself asking: How do I find my purpose? Why do I keep making the same mistakes? How can my relationships be stronger? Is there more to this life than just surviving?
We can do more than just survive. We can thrive and live a fulfilling life full of joy. We can attain financial, spiritual, and intellectual freedom.
The Keys to Mental Wellness with Hannah Stainer
Hannah Stainer, Founder of Psykhe Coaching, is a Mindset and Mental Wellbeing Coach, Youth Coach, Qualified SEN Teacher and Speaker. She's also a mental health advocate and the creator and host of the Psykhe Mental Wellbeing Podcast which I was a guest on almost a year ago.
It was great to have Hannah on the Happy You Are Here Podcast to talk about some of the takeaways she's had from over 50 interviews about mental wellness with all sorts of professionals.
Reacting to Trauma Through Connection with Iram Gilani
Iram Gilani is a Pakistani-American author who has faced abandonment, physical and emotional abuse, homelessness, and a violent gun assault, but has risen from the depths of depression and post-traumatic stress disorder to be a voice for the abused and marginalized.
Her new book, Silent No More, is available for free for anyone who needs it: https://iramgilani.com/the-book/
She speaks out to audiences to raise awareness of the personal and universal effects of trauma, as well as how to help others overcome it. In addition, she mentors young men and women throughout the U.S. on how to make positive choices and find their paths in life. She completed her education at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
Reaching Goals And Making Strong Decisions with Melissa Jirovec
Melissa Jirovec is the founder of Prosperity Unleashed and now co-author of The Wellness Universe Guide to Complete Self Care: 25 Tools for Stress Relief. Her chapter of the book is on Effective Decision Making to Eliminate Conflict & Confusion.
The project pulls together 25 professionals from different backgrounds and specialties to offer tools for stress relief. She thinks it will be a much needed resource for many people this year.
In this episode we discuss the often missed piece of the Law of Attraction, how to set goals that are inspiring and motivate you to work hard, and some goal-setting pitfalls to avoid.
The Secrets To Work Life Balance with Sean Rosensteel
Sean Rosensteel is the author of #1 Amazon Bestseller, The School of Intentional Living and the founder of The Intentional Living Academy.
In this episode, Sean shares his number one tool out of a vast toolbox as well as many other insights from his book. Sean’s passion for serving others started after he found himself bankrupt at the age of 28 years old. He had been following the conventional ideas about success which led to unsustainable aspirations for material wealth.
After the bankruptcy, he realized that finances was the least of his bankruptcy. He was also emotionally and relationally bankrupt. This was an eye-opening moment that taught him that attaining fulfillment in life means breaking free from conventional living and creating your own intentional path.
Now, he’s inspiring and empowering others to achieve their dreams and live the lives they truly deserve. Sean currently lives in the Dallas, TX area with his loving wife, Karen, and their three young children.
Check out Sean’s 5-Day challenges and other offerings.*
A Path to Tonic Masculinity with Alex Olshonsky
We could use better vocabulary to describe the opposite of toxic masculinity.
Alex Olshonsky, writer of Fridays on the Olo, suggested the answer to that question is something he calls Tonic Masculinity. We talked at length about what this term might mean for all masculinity, not just those identifying as men.
Yoga for Recovery and Redemption with Michael Huggins
Mike is the founder and Board Chairman of Transformation Yoga Project.
Since 2010, Mike has dedicated his time and passion to provide individuals in justice and recovery settings access to mindfulness-based yoga practices, which have been proven to improve self-regulation while reducing depression, stress and anxiety.
He also coaches executives to be responsible leaders at https://www.mdhuggins.com/.
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This podcast has so many interesting guests, every time I listen I’m learning new ideas and concepts on how to improve my life and mental health.
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