My name is Jay Shetty, and my purpose is to make wisdom go viral. I’m fortunate to have fascinating conversations with the most insightful people in the world, and on my podcast, I’m sharing those conversation with you. New episodes Mondays and Fridays. Listen anywhere you get your podcasts, and please rate and review the podcast if you enjoy it. Live life today ON PURPOSE.
Jim Kwik ON: Why You Feel Burned Out & How to Break Free From Your Limiting Beliefs
Today, I sit down with one of my good friends, Jim Kwik. Jim Kwik is a widely recognized world expert in brain performance, mental fitness and memory improvement. After a childhood brain injury left him with learning challenges, Kwik created strategies to dramatically enhance his cognitive performance. He has since dedicated his life to helping others unleash their true genius and brainpower. is the author of the NY Times and #1 WSJ bestseller: “Limitless - Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, Unlock Your Exceptional Life.” Make sure to grab a copy here!
Jim tells us about the power of choice and how transformation is just like a butterfly inside a cocoon. He also talks about rejecting a limit from someone we love and how we can break free from a limitation.
2 Misconceptions About Love & How to Turn Toxicity into Healthy Boundaries
Today, I'm joined by Haesue Jo, Licensed Therapist & Head of Clinical Operations at BetterHelp, with years of experience providing individual and family therapy in community mental health. Her current clinical focus includes working with individuals with a variety of presenting problems, including anxiety, relationship and family issues, trauma, community violence, gender identity, and depression.
This is the part two of a two-part series where I take the client seat and have a full therapy session with Haesue. In the first session, we talk about several sensitive topics including my childhood experiences, trauma, bullying, teenage struggle and so much more. Our focus for today’s session is relationships. We cover the unhealthy patterns that ruin relationships, what to do when you’re not getting the level of love and affection you are willing to give, learning how to read your partner’s emotional struggles and their efforts to make the relationships work, and how you can control your emotions by setting the right kind of boundaries.
Joe Jonas ON: The Fear of Failing & How to Find Courage to Leave Your Comfort Zone
Today, I am talking to Joe Jonas. Joe rose to fame, alongside his brothers Kevin and Nick, as a member of the pop rock group Jonas Brothers. The band became one of Disney's prominent figures and even took the lead roles in the widely successful musical television film Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam.
Joe opens the conversation by sharing how he had come to love meditation and how this has helped him appreciate self love even more. We talk about his struggles as a solo artist, the realization that he needed professional help which eventually led to therapy which then led to the understanding that his feelings were valid. Joe is proud of his humble beginnings and how this affects our perspectives, becoming a husband and a father, and the value of staying connected to the people that you truly care for.
4 Relationship Struggles We Go Through and 6 Steps to Connect More Deeply
Today, I will be sharing four struggles that most people go through when they are in a relationship. It’s about the major stressors in many relationships, how we may currently be dealing with them, what we can do to break free from these struggles, and focus our strength on actions that enable our relationship to survive any challenge and stay strong.
Ray Dalio ON: Principles for Making Better Decisions & How to Strengthen Relationships for Long-Term Success
Today, I am talking to a returning guest and good friend, Ray Dalio. Ray is the founder and co-chairman of Bridgewater Associates, which, over the last forty years, has become the largest and best performing hedge fund in the world. He is the author of #1 New York Times Bestseller and #1 Amazon Business Book of the Year, Principles. Dalio has appeared on the Time 100 list of the most influential people in the world as well as the Bloomberg Markets list of the 50 most influential people. He lives with his family in Connecticut.
Ray genuinely shares the deepness of thoughts and what is his views on passing on your principles to others and picking up theirs and learn from it, the unappreciated value of journaling, knowing the right approach to having better relationships through thoughtful disagreements, the lessons we can learn from history, and the three things that mainly influence us and our society. We also exchange thoughts on asking approval and validation from others, how we react to others out of our emotional state, and how we can be of service to the world.
2 Transformational Habits To Change Your Mental State & How to Refine Your Intentions for a Happier, Fulfilled Life
Today, we have another special Friday episode and this time it is an interview I had with Deepak Chopra from his Deepak Chopra’s Infinite Potential podcast. It is a conversation that revolves around finding success within you and ultimately achieving success by knowing yourself deeper and learning your purpose. We discuss how incorporating discipline in our life is one of the main catalysts of positive change, finding your purpose and having the right intentions to act upon them, and the benefits of surrounding yourself with the people that contribute to your personal growth.
You can tell he’s been a monk 😜
It isn’t a common theme to have an interviewer listen as well as Jay does. That’s what draws me back to his podcast (on top of all of the wisdom + value). It is always so peaceful to listen to Jay’s conversations because I know 1) he *rarely* interrupts & 2) he has the “yes, and…” improv technique of agreeing (or asking), adding, and just letting a conversation flow. Thank you Jay, you’re an amazing host!
Podcast is fantastic because Jay is humble, positive, purposeful and seeks insights that’s helpful and serves to elevate his guests and his listeners.
This guy is a fraud
Jay Shetty is a fraud and I’m confused why people still consider him a spiritual guru or motivational speaker when he’s plagiarized numerous quotes and ideas, and is frankly extremely unoriginal. He repeats the same message. Why are we allowing him to get away with it?! He obviously knows he’s manipulating naive people into thinking he knows the way and will share it with you too. He seems like he has a lot of clout because he knows and interviews famous people but he is truly inauthentic and should be ashamed of what he’s doing. I’ll look elsewhere for more authentic spiritual podcasts. Any content from Jay Shetty is a hard pass for me.