76 episodes

The Hollastic Life Show is a blend of comedy, wholistic living, lifestyle, adventure, and most of all banter between your two faves, J&J.

We want to be able to show and share different aspects of ourselves, our lives, what works, and what doesn't. The aim is to deliver an authentic and entertaining show that will help you create and redefine your own lifestyle as a source of inspiration and fun!

Hollastic Life Jenny & Jai Holla

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

The Hollastic Life Show is a blend of comedy, wholistic living, lifestyle, adventure, and most of all banter between your two faves, J&J.

We want to be able to show and share different aspects of ourselves, our lives, what works, and what doesn't. The aim is to deliver an authentic and entertaining show that will help you create and redefine your own lifestyle as a source of inspiration and fun!

    Strategy, Strategy, Strategy

    Strategy, Strategy, Strategy

    Searching for a strategy to get you to the next level in your life? We’ve all done it. If we just find the perfect strategy, we’ll finally reach our goals. But what if it isn’t a strategy that you really need? What if what you really need is right in front of you? In this episode, Jenny and Jai will be sharing why you need to stop looking for strategies and instead, start looking within.

    • 27 min
    Expectations

    Expectations

    If you have high expectations for yourself, your job, your friends or any other area of your life, chances are those expectations are causing at least part of your stress. When we expect too much, we quite often set ourselves up for disappointment or frustration. So, what can we do to combat this? Jenny and Jai will be discussing this topic today and explaining how you can manage your expectations to rid your life of excess stress.

    • 27 min
    Ego & Confidence

    Ego & Confidence

    Have you ever stopped yourself from changing something in your life because you feared what others might think? Maybe you were worried that these people might see it as a failure or they would critique your choice to do whatever it is you’re wanting to do? Well, Jenny and Jai have some big news for you: This is your ego stepping in the way of you going after your goals! So, in this episode, they will be sharing how to overcome these feelings of self-doubt and finally find the confidence to live the life you want.

    • 40 min
    Finding Fulfillment in Life

    Finding Fulfillment in Life

    What does it mean to be fulfilled by life? Does it mean freedom? Does it mean you have achieved all you set out to achieve? Fulfillment means something different to all of us and it is about what you, as an individual, want in life. So, in this episode, Jenny and Jai get vulnerable about their lives, sharing if and when they feel the most fulfilled - and what that means for them.

    • 41 min
    Ah! I'm pissed off!

    Ah! I'm pissed off!

    “If you can’t do great things, do small things in a great way.” This is a great quote to live by. However, learning to let go of the idea that you have to always be doing something great, can be a challenging task for anyone. So, in this episode, Jenny will be describing her own personal journey with entrepreneurial frustration and Jai will be putting on his coaching hat to help her work through these feelings.

    • 39 min
    We were about to give up...

    We were about to give up...

    Quitting can sometimes feel like the easier option. If you just stop trying to make something work and let go of whatever it is you were trying to build, then you no longer have to worry about putting in the effort and possibly failing. But is it really going to make you happy? In this episode, Jenny and Jai will be sharing their experience with wanting to quit and explaining why, for them, quitting is no longer an option.

    • 34 min

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