The Master Your Mindset podcast was created to help people learn about different ways they can grow as a person. By talking to people about life situations they have been through and how their mindset played a role. Our focus is to help others going through similar situations gain some perspective, insights and tools they can use to help get their mind into a positive place and work towards creating their ideal life.
Sergie Vasily'ev: Finding a new beginning
Sergie has an incredible story to tell about how he transformed his life. I found his story inspiring as went through some harder times and was able to use new tools and ways to cope with stress and anxiety. He found cannabis and other plant medicines that have had a massive effect on his life. Sergei is a man who lives his life from his heart and you feel that as soon you talk to him.
I hope you will enjoy the conversation.
To connect with Sergi, contact him by email at email@example.com
Cory Chadwick: Are you living your 10?
In the episode, I talk to Cory Chadwick. Cory is a super proud dad, husband, unwavering optimist, and founder of The Mental Gym. Cory's mission to help people live their best lives or as he calls it living your 10. We talk about The power of talking about what you're going through, The power of being vulnerable, what The Mental Gym is and how it can help you become the best version of yourself.
If you are interested in learning more about The Mental Gym or connecting with Cory, visit his webiste. https://www.mentalgymlife.com/
Meet Jeremy Montoya: Developing your personal brand, mentoring students to follow their path, the importance of taking action and tracking your habits
In this episode I talk to Jeremy Montoya. Jeremy is a self-help speaker, business consultant, and entrepreneur. Jeremy's public speaking appearances range from crowds of 15,000 students to small classroom lectures at high schools and camps. His interests range from, mediation, manifestation, Reality Transurfing, content creation and the list goes on.
Jeremy and I met through Instagram and really aligned, not by just having the same name, but also with a lot of our interests and the message we are sharing. We talk a lot about personal branding and the importance of utilizing your journey to create content. He gives some great tips on how to do this the most optimized way. He goes into how he uses his own story and positive influence to help students to make changes in their own life. We go into the importance of taking action and learning to track your habits to max out your results. We talked about how to overcome your mental blocks and how awareness can help you shift really quickly back to a positive track. He shared with us some of his daily habits and rituals and talked about how important the first 15 min and the last 15min of the day are to him.
Overall it was such an amazing insightful conversation and unfortunately we ran out of time. Jeremy is also big into Reality Transurfing and I look forward to do another episode with him where we can dig into this further.
If you want to connect with Jeremy you can visit his website at http://jeremymontoya.me/ or on Instagram at http://jeremymontoya.me/instagram
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Meet Robb G: Being a DJ, hitting rock bottom, finding yourself and coming back even stronger
In this episode, I talk to Robb G. Robb is a Toronto legendary Dj, he is a father, he is passionate about being positive and healthy and most importantly a master of the morning routine. I met Robb at a weekend event a while back and we instantly connected. I wanted to bring him on as a guest because I have been following his story on social media and knew that he would have a lot of great insights to share. I was correct. We got into a lot.
We talked about him hitting rock bottom about 7 years ago, to the point where he was almost suicidal. He was living the life of DJ, drinking and partying all the time, going from city to city. For him this was the norm and it got to the point were he recognized that he needed a break to realign himself. We discussed how self development has been a big part of life and how it helped him find himself again. We talked about how he now is back to being a DJ, 5 years sober and has new love for what he does. We went into what a morning routing looks like and how it can have a huge impact on your daily life. We discussed one of his biggest goals, of being a spiritual teacher (or guide) for those you want to listen and how he simply wants to be a light for those who need it. This was one of my favourite episodes so far as I could really relate to a lot of what he was saying. If you are interested in connecting with Robb, you can check him out at: https://www.facebook.com/robbg123/ https://soundcloud.com/robbg https://www.instagram.com/robbg123/
Meet Bernard Chan: Controlling the ego and becoming your true self
In this episode, I talked with Bernard Chan. Bernard is parter at Vitev, an alkaline water company, he is a happily married man, he recently changed his diet and is now a vegan, he leads my Mastermind group and was my first guide in my own self development journey.
Bernard has been in the self development space for quite some time now and has a great ability to listen and guide you in the right direction. Over the years he started to gain a lot of power and influence, as he was becoming well know for helping people make a shift in their lives.
He goes into detail about how his journey started, how gaining influence and power started to scare him, how he needed to take a step back and take year long break. He talks about eventually coming in contact with Herman Sui (a 6th generation Shaolin Temple Descendent who is sharing his ancient wisdom and practices to help better every facet of your life.) He talks about how Herman has changed his life by giving him some new perspective on what it means to be your true self.
To contact Bernard you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about Herman, check out www.hermansiu.com
Meet Brian Shurman: The journey of finding ones path
In this episode I talk to Brian Shurman. Brian is a corporate social responsibility leader for Flight Center Travel Group, an avid volunteer running several relief programs through the city of Toronto, he is very passionate about health and wellness, loves to cook and he about to get married.
We take a little journey through memory lane and explore the reasons for Brian leaving his comfortable job and home, and taking off to Japan and then heading to Dubai. We look why he left and why he eventually came back. We discuss his new passion for social responsibility and making a different in his community and beyond. Most importantly we look at how he manifested his new life and how he was the one made it all happen.