Listen and learn how successful individuals have broken through their fears, connected to their true selves and become who they really are. Each episode will be an authentic, informative and fun conversation where you will be inspired to begin creating the life you’ve always imagined.
Body and Mind Optimization, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Wim Hof Cold Therapy
When Joey Hauss left the Marine Corps as a Sergeant, he still had more self-discovering to do, that is when he found Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He is now a Black Belt under Jean Jacques Machado. He accidentally discovered the Wim Hof method while trying to optimize his body for competition and day-to-day life. He found that the breathwork techniques and cold water immersion had a way of focusing his mind and calming his nerves. Essentially it changed his life.
Listen to this episode and learn more about how cold therapy can optimize your body and your mind.
The Journey of a Two Time Olympic Gold Medalist
Catriona Le May Doan was the fastest woman on ice. After carrying the Canadian flag into the 2002 Olympic Winter Games opening ceremonies Catriona defended her Olympic title with a Gold medal performance in the 500-metre event, becoming the first Canadian individual, and the only female Canadian individual, to defend a gold medal at any Olympic games. During her career, Catriona broke 13 World Records. She was inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame and earned a Gemini Award for the Best Sports Analyst.
In this episode, Catriona shares how her life in sport began from a grassroots level and her journey to becoming a two time Olympic Champion. Catriona talks about how one can be active across a life span and embrace a sport for life mentality.
The Burnout Epidemic - The Rise of Chronic Stress and How We Can Fix It
In this episode, Jennifer Moss an award-winning journalist, author, public
speaker and expert in workplace well-being talks about the burnout epidemic and what we can do to fix it.
Jennifer shares her first-hand experience with burnout and what her journey to recovery was like. She offers insightful and actionable advice and explains the causes of burnout and what organizations can do to prevent it. She teaches why traditional wellness initiatives fall short and how companies can build an antiburnout strategy based on prevention, not perks.
Her book, The Burnout Epidemic, is now available in books store everywhere.
Mind Switching: How to Switch Your Brain and Adopt Daily Habits to Achieve Ultimate Success and Wellness
In this episode Robin O'Grady international speaker, fitness professional and certified mindset coach takes us through her struggles early on in life and shares how switching her mindset ultimately got her to where she is today. In her infectious and loving way, Robin shares her expertise in physical and mental wellness.
You won't want to miss this uplifting and inspiring episode.
How to Get into the Arena and Start Living a Brave Life
In this episode Dan Tatton, business and health coach talks about his journey to entrepreneurship and what it really takes to get in the area and start living a brave and fulfilled life.
Dan shares how he changed his mindset, took action, stopped taking advice from others who weren't in the arena and as a result began seeing massive results as an entrepreneur.
Your Brain on Food
What does food have to do with mental health anyway? More than you would think and in this episode you'll find out why.
Like an expensive car, our brains can be damaged if we consume anything other than premium fuel. Many studies have found a correlation between diets high in refined sugars and impaired brain function and even worsening symptoms of mood disorders such as depression.
In this episode Ruth Anne, Registered Dietician at The Compass Nutrition takes the mic as guest host and she uncovers the link between nutrition and mental health.