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An audio podcast where, along with comedic guests, Kyle will have experts opening doors to ideas that will help your career, relationships, money, health, confidence.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 3.6 • 74 Ratings

An audio podcast where, along with comedic guests, Kyle will have experts opening doors to ideas that will help your career, relationships, money, health, confidence.

    Gretchen of The Hoffman Institute

    Gretchen of The Hoffman Institute

    Kyle talks with his good friend Gretchen about meditation and the healing power of The Process at The Hoffman Institute.

    • 45 min
    Mark England Of EmpoweredLanguage.com

    Mark England Of EmpoweredLanguage.com

    Kyle has a chat with his friend Mark England from http://EmpoweredLanguage.com about motivation and doing big things.

    • 44 min
    Man Leaves Job After 30 Years And Discovers Himself

    Man Leaves Job After 30 Years And Discovers Himself

    Kyle is back with his friend Chuck Romero as they discuss what it was like for Chuck to leave his job of 30 years and go on to discover his potential

    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5
74 Ratings

74 Ratings

ajr65 ,

Confused?

Why is this show listed as a comedy show? and why are all these idiots ripping on it? This show seems more like a self-help show or something like that.. I actually got some useful things from listening to some of these shows. Anything that will make you actually think is good to me!
Also... maybe make the shows a little longer.

darianfury ,

baby sharks

Thank you Kyle.

SDP213 ,

I like listening to it

It's amusing to see people ripping this podcast. I enjoy listening to it and find it motivating. I don't think that Kyle is trying to hide the fact that he is marketing himself - of course he is. However, he is also providing a free podcast that some people find honest and inspirational. A little repetitive at times, yes. But that's kind of the point in my opinion. We spend so much time in repetitive, negative thought, that it might be beneficial to hear someone repeat positive, uplifting stories and anecdotes. There is a truth to the power of positive thinking and actions that most of us have just not found yet. Some of us are looking for it and consider the journey to be a better alternative than being "realistically" negative all the time. Emotional stress is very hard on the body. In my opinion, this podcast is an honest and enjoyable forty minutes from a guy seeking modern enlightenment, but is admittedly not quite there yet.

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