51 episodes

What do you do when you’re hit with an unexpected trauma? Have you seen other people who’ve overcome tragedy and thought, “they are SO lucky!” But what if you could create your own luck? You can, when you learn to build habits that transform your synaptic connections. Listen in as Jamie MoCrazy interviews thought leaders, trauma survivors, scientists and doctors who’ve learned how to create their own "lucky" outcomes. Next time your life becomes MoCrazy and you slide down a metaphorical avalanche, this podcast will help you climb an alternative peak with the best views!

Life Gets MoCrazy Jamie MoCrazy

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings

What do you do when you’re hit with an unexpected trauma? Have you seen other people who’ve overcome tragedy and thought, “they are SO lucky!” But what if you could create your own luck? You can, when you learn to build habits that transform your synaptic connections. Listen in as Jamie MoCrazy interviews thought leaders, trauma survivors, scientists and doctors who’ve learned how to create their own "lucky" outcomes. Next time your life becomes MoCrazy and you slide down a metaphorical avalanche, this podcast will help you climb an alternative peak with the best views!

    Trauma, Therapy, and Giving Life Meaning With Sara Foley

    Trauma, Therapy, and Giving Life Meaning With Sara Foley

    Sara Foley is also known as the Vertical Blonde. In 2012 an ATV crash in Southern Utah changed Sara’s life. She spent the following years recovering and learning how to give meaning to the things she experienced. She coined “The Vertical Mindset” as a part of the healing process. This is the idea that once we realize that we get to use all of our circumstances to our advantage, we can chose to accept them and heal our traumas.
    In this episode we talk about:
    Not searching for the answer to “Why?”Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)Choosing to give life meaning

    • 23 min
    Financial Planning for Adversity with Bob Depasquale

    Financial Planning for Adversity with Bob Depasquale

    Bob Depasquale’s perspective derives from a battle with cancer at age 18. Having his life threatened at such a young age lead him to develop his path in the financial industry. While on this path he has dedicated his skills to helping others. Bob has now spent 12 years assisting people in making wise decisions about their finances.
    In this episode we talk about:
    Having a financial planAsking for help in times of hardshipHealthy relationships with money

    • 33 min
    Colby and Carol Stevenson on Finding Joy (Rerun)

    Colby and Carol Stevenson on Finding Joy (Rerun)

    On a late-night drive back to Utah from Mount Hood on May 8, 2016, Stevenson fell asleep for a split second. He overcorrected and his truck rolled again and again. After a life filled with triumphs and tribulations, Colby Stevenson won two gold medals at X Games in 2020. Stevenson won his second career slopestyle skiing world cup title at the U.S. Grand Prix March of 2021. In the 2022 Beijing Olympics Games, Colby won Silver in the Freestyle Skiing Big Air event.
    In this episode we talk about:
    Focusing on the positiveSetting attainable goalsLiving in the moment

    • 39 min
    A Story of Recovery With Santiago Lake

    A Story of Recovery With Santiago Lake

    Santiago Lake has always been a cheerful, smart, and active athlete that has enjoyed playing sports and competing since a young age. During his sophomore year his life changed forever after a basketball practice when he suffered a TBI due to an act of violence from a teammate. The next day, he underwent surgery that saved his life, which was the beginning of a long journey to heal.
    In this episode we talk about:
    Recovering from a Traumatic Brain InjuryThinking positive and visualizationReconnecting with Goals and Dreams

    • 28 min
    Creating Meaning Through Choices with Mark Haley

    Creating Meaning Through Choices with Mark Haley

    Mark Haley is a father, a carpenter, a fabricator, and an aficionado of vintage cars. He is a burn survivor and bilateral upper amputee. At a drag race in January 2018, an accident that could have happened to anyone changed his life. He's spent his time since learning to navigate his life with his modified body.
    In this episode we talk about:
    Impacts of trauma on those around usChoosing daily to create habitsThings don’t happen for a reason, we create that reasonInstagram @desmopars

    • 27 min
    Give to be Great with E.A. Csolkovits

    Give to be Great with E.A. Csolkovits

    E.A. is an entrepreneur, business consultant, writer, and Founder of Givers University. Growing up as the son of a milkman, he started his business career at age 16. Only a few years later, E. A. met Sam Robbins, a millionaire who took E. A. under his wing as his mentee. Finding success and overcoming adversity, E.A. became a millionaire at age 23. Through Givers University, he now  works to share resources and knowledge to transform peoples lives.
    In this episode we talk about:
    Responding vs. ReactingReframing FailureEmbracing AdversityLearn More at: www.giversuniversity.com

    • 26 min

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