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Storytelling from the heart;
Your host Robert DeLude knows what it means personally to go through hell and come back stronger then ever, Robert now has conversations with people who have overcame their own struggle and now living the life of there dreams.
We all go through struggles it doesn't matter where you came from, you can overcome them and I'M going to show you how!

None Of Your Business Robert De Lude

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Storytelling from the heart;
Your host Robert DeLude knows what it means personally to go through hell and come back stronger then ever, Robert now has conversations with people who have overcame their own struggle and now living the life of there dreams.
We all go through struggles it doesn't matter where you came from, you can overcome them and I'M going to show you how!

    How to discover your hierarchy of values and jump into gratitude With Kristi Data

    How to discover your hierarchy of values and jump into gratitude With Kristi Data

     So I kind of every year I pick I'm very I love personal development like I'm crushing hard on Trevor mode right now if you guys don't know who he is, he is the author of it takes what it takes. I'm plugging him because I know no affiliation or anything other than I think his stuff is amazing. And it really was super eye-opening some of the things that he talked about in his book. But I'm, I'm very much a big fan of personal development and uncovering some of the things that I would like to grow in my own personal life. And a lot of that has to revolve around leadership and coaching and, you know, just developing team and just the psychology and the neurology behind a lot of that stuff. So every year I pick one event to go to by myself, I go by myself, I don't bring friends or anything else. So about four or five years ago, I was living in Denver at the time. And I chose a friend of mine who introduced me to dr. John DeMartini. And he had one of his nightly seminars where you come and sit for like an hour, he does a little overview of what he talks about and things were just starting to like, pop for me. And I was like I wanted to go to this event. I want to see what the brand was. called the breakthrough experience and I loved it. And I met a few different amazing incredible mentors there and decided to get certified in what he calls determining your hierarchy values because as we were doing that smaller segment in the course that is the event seminar I went to that weekend I was like, wow, how long have not only myself but so many other people been on that hamster wheel banging their head against the wall and you know, I'll just for example, if it's a like a weight-loss person, how many different diets they've tried how many different things they've done to try and lose weight and the yo yo diet or they've tried lost gained or gained even more like the circus, right? So it just came down to truly understanding and taking the blinders off of the shooting that goes on in society like you should be this person you should do this or if you want to have like person XYZ you have to be like this or need to be like this and just the heaviness of that and Shifting this the language and the thoughts that you have. It just started to open up my mind. And I sat and went through the process and went through the course and the training and the certification. I'm like, wow, this was really eye-opening. And I wonder how many people would benefit from this. And so recently, since we can't do events, and we can't go to places and do all these things, I found a lot of success with creating small, small little mini-challenge groups. And I have one going on right now and some of my colleagues have done the same thing. And I have they've invited me to come in and talk about this. And watching on zoom. Human beings like you can see it in their physiology. Like they sit up a little straighter. They're leaning into listening a little bit more. Their eyes are opening, there's cracking smiles like things are starting to click for them. And it's just a perception and an understanding of Wow, I can really live an inspired life by paying attention to what lights me up personally, not what people think I should be doing or what I should be doing according to somebody else's values, right? So that's, that's where it all came about. And so for me, and it shifted recently, this has been an eye-opener for me my highest values have shifted. Originally they were fitness, wellness, nutrition was my number one, I show up like that. You see me like that on social media. I'm always doing a workout talking about workouts, nutrition, wellness. And number two for a while was business building and wealth creation. And then three was community. And I did a quick inventory.
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    Enjoy Being You With Don Miguel Ruiz JR.

    Enjoy Being You With Don Miguel Ruiz JR.

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    Well, my name is Don Miguel Ruiz Junior. I'm an author. A lecture I write books based on my family's tradition. The books have written so far are the master yourself five levels of attachment living a life of awareness, the little bit of wisdom and the seven secrets of happy, healthy relationships, which I co wrote with my friend Heather Ashton Marra. So basically, I I share my family tradition with everyone. Gives us the permission to show that with.
    right on Right on. So have you started that journey? Ah, you being an apprentice.  under your father at the age of 14?
    Yes, my father and my grandmother.
    Okay, Right on. And what like at 14. Did you like? No, Like, that's what I want to do. Like why did I Were you drawn to that?
    My family I love I love my father loved my grandmother. That's basically how you give attention to somebody you know, from the moment since I was young, my grandmother is the head of the spiritual family, even though should pass away 12 years ago. She is still the head of the family in a sense of spirituality. She had 13 Children and have 64 presents, and since I was young, she shared the tradition. In her own unique way, she opened a small little temple and Barrio Logan, where she gave faith healer. She gave healings and consultations, and on Thursdays and Sundays she gave sermons and she shared the tradition in Her own unique way with her and my grandfather. So since I was a young child, spirituality has been in the family as well as being about Catholic as well. You know, mistisso  in the sense that we with a merger of of two civilizations, that's what Mr is. The mission of mess American, uh, indigenous people and European Spanish, in particular in Mexico. So the two traditions of our mess American traditions with that Catholicism that came from Spain, fused together. So from that point of view, my grandmother always thought from that fusion, my father being a medical doctor, he rebelled against the tradition in his own way by grandmother also did it. My great grandfather did it. They all rebelled. Less, apparently, is the tradition of the family, and my father was a medical doctor. She stopped being a medical doctor when he had some ah ha moment in life where made him go in different directions in life in for me. I was raised in that juxtaposition. I was graced with the duality of having a medical doctor for a father and uncle so narrow surgeons and oncologists in the family. And my grandmother is a faith healer. So you have the two worlds right there as well as I was one of those rare kids that lived in San Diego and across the border into Tijuana to go to school in Tijuana. But I lived in the States, so I went in that direction and I was educated with that world. So I came from two different countries from that interview, even though I was born here in the States and I lived in the States, I went to school in Mexico. So have the accent that I have reflects that. So I was used to just the positions and dualities, living in two different communities, two different languages, academia and spirituality, Western medicine and traditional medicine. I grew up with that so far. For me, it was normal. That's that's That's the environment I grew up in. So at the age of 14 I gave my attention to my father to my grandmother, and I love them. That's why I listen to them. But I didn't really start to apply it. And so my mid twenties when I graduated from college and you're no longer working for a braved the life happens. You start learning from your experiences and your Ah ha moments, and I began to really apply it from first on my life

    • 56 min
    #92 The most important class you never had with Yanely Espinal aka Miss Be Helpful

    #92 The most important class you never had with Yanely Espinal aka Miss Be Helpful

    robert: (00:01)
    This is none of your business podcasts. A podcast where we talk about none of your business and ask questions. That's no one's business. Thank you for joining me today. Now, in this podcast, we bring you inspiring storytelling from the heart. So if you want to hear some inspirational motivation or whatever else, then stay tuned. So let's get in with the show. Man, I am so stoked for this. I got missbehelpful on Miss, Yanel Espinal, the YouTuber and financial educator. So stay tuned all the way to the end. I find out all the tips and tricks on how to grow wealth and how to start with simple, easy tips. So if you guys want to hear a special treat, stay to the end and learn all about her hammock. Please share this with someone and go rate and review. Guys, I'm keeping this introduction short because we got miss be helpful on all right. And I'm here with miss. Be helpful. Uh, also known as Yanel, right? Did I say that right? Okay. So welcome to none of your business podcast. So who are you? What do you do?



    Yanel Espinal aka Missbehelpful: (35:37)
    I mean, parts of it used to be, right, like when I was little, my siblings, my oldest siblings that are the generation before millennials, so I guess that's gen X. They were taking home, like if you ever heard of home-ec or home economics, that wasn't a lot of personal finance. Like there were budgeting, um, lessons in their credit card lessons. But now it's kind of like, Oh, we don't really, we don't really do home-ec anymore. We moved away from that because there's this really big push to push everybody into college. Like there's a college focus in, in a lot of high schools. So there's more sat prep, there's more test prep, there's more of that, um, career constantly and things like that. Um, which is equally important. I think it's all important. It's not that one is more important than the other, but maybe to like make sure that they're all accessible to students.

    Yanel Espinal aka Missbehelpful: (36:33)
    And so then that's the, that's where the problem comes because it's like, all right, we got only got so many hours at a school day. How can we make sure that they get reading, writing, math, science, history, you know, personal finance, gym, nutrition, sex, education. I mean everybody thinks

    robert: (01:01:59)
    Absolutely. Absolutely. Okay, so I hope you guys enjoyed that episode, man. I know I did with @ missbehelpful and I love how she told me about her hammock and how to build wealth and just genuine conversation that I had with the group was just amazing. So please share this with somebody guys, please go to www.Eastcoasttags.com and get 10% off when you use the promo code, noneofyourbusiness. And follow me on Instagram at Robert_Delude and @missbehelpful on Instagram. Check out her YouTube channel. It's amazing. I love you guys. Till next time.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    #91 Being able to Trust the Process (edited) With Mikal Chancy

    #91 Being able to Trust the Process (edited) With Mikal Chancy

        Robert, mikal (01:41):
    Yeah. And how old are you? 28, 28. It's like why I started as an aspiring entrepreneur like young businessmen and women do stuff in my, I see like the mission that you're on. I want her on the shows. I feel your message was like personal training do for you.Mikal (02:09):Personal training kind of for me is weird. So in high school, you know, I wasn't a skinny kid, right? I was six feet 120 pounds and I was a skinny kid. So I didn't want to be a skinny kid. I took weightlifting and I really didn't know that bodybuilding was a thing until probably my sophomore, junior year of college. And I fell in love with training and just like what it did for me as a person and kind of who it made me become, she was my outlet. And when I started, you know, talking to other girls, women, you know, at the time, girls about it and really working with other people and kind of helping them with their journey, I realized that what it does is it gives you an outlet and it also instills confidence in you. And so for me, personal training it is, is my way of really making other people believe in themselves because you look good, you feel good. Right. So for me, it's so much more than just the training. It's, it's become that session and researching and knowing all that it takes to know to be a personal trainer. Also just like making other people worrying who they are and their abilities, getting them to do things they never thought they could do.Robert (03:19):Yeah. I I do a short short of a personal coach cause technically I was certified for planet fitness, which holds a whole nother story. But like seeing my clients like coming to the gym and do something, change their lives, it's amazing. Coming out of treatment but don't go to the gym.Mikal (03:51):Yeah, it's definitely something that you look forward to. And I mean it's kind of fun to see people that really don't like being there and you know, you train them a couple of times and I'm like looking at the clock lights, it's over. Yet by the time you're really like, well instead the program, they're, you know,
    Yeah. Like it was way more open minded people that doesn't call out. So it's like they're not stuck onto something and they're stuck on this. I mean it was over a couple of years and just come to visit. And just so I, I hate to say, you know, it's not the environment that you're in, Mikal (38:12):
    I believe it. And, I mean, the thing is, some people I know, I know a lot of people know and you know, like people that are doing well and people that love what they're doing, but it's a culture that they like and they're, they're cool with it. You know, for me, Helena was just negative, negative space where the magnet just shifted me not good. Some people, you know, I mean there's a lot going on in healthcare.
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    • 47 min
    #90 Practicing gratitude and loving yourself during a Pandemic With Don Jose Ruiz

    #90 Practicing gratitude and loving yourself during a Pandemic With Don Jose Ruiz

    And today he just talked about  a wide range of things were recovery to various. To loving yourself to getting out of the suffering and how people are addicted to it and how to stay calm during this pandemic. So I really hope you joy. Follow him on Instagram at Don Jose Ruiz and I'll talk to you soon. All right, so welcome.  don Jose Ruiz. Is that right? Say your last name, Correct?

    spk_1

    Yes. Thank you are very happy to be here with you.

    spk_0

    Right on. Yeah, it's an honor to have you here. So for the people who don't know who you are you want to tell us a little bit about you?

    spk_1

    Yes. My name Don Jose Ruiz and I come from a family tradition of Toltec. Toltec are a tradition from Mexico, you know, like the arches, like the U. S. Iraqi. By thinking Mexico, we have that tradition, and in the tradition is tradition that pose everything sacred. So it's being the keepers of the plane we call. We call it knowledge.  does And then we all follow his work and being carried a lack of the family.

    spk_0

    Yeah. You know, I  love that your father's work and love your brother's work. And, you know, when I didn't know that there was, you know, More siblings and family members doing it. So I started, you know, discovering your work. And I love it. I love it. You guys there, you know, passing the tradition down. Um, so you know, if my understanding you started your family's tradition when you're about 21 right?

    spk_1

    Yes. Well, when I was 21 is the age when I decided to take a piss off. My only take people on tricks of my own. But I begin really starting with my father. Since I could remember like my father used to joke around, You know, with other people. I can train you. You can do whatever you want. Me, you guys, because you're my Children and number programmed you like I want you,

    spk_0

    Gosha. Okay, Okay. I misunderstood that Right on. So you know, you talk about getting into the garden of even even. What does that mean to you?

    spk_1

    Oh, the Garden of Eden is one night. Give us. It's like itself a beautiful paradise. And when we talk about in the exhibition, we translate our tradition to the Garden of Eden teachings. And because in a season for us for percent are mine the human mind and the tree of life exists there. The tree of knowledge exist there. So in the tree of knowledge and life, there's a little snake that offer us nice. The woman that we believed in those nights we get kicked out of heaven And then we ask for people to give seven when we carry our own heaven. And when we wake up in the Garden of Eden, represent a star human mind when we find the reality. Is that what gender you are or may on? You are alive. You carry this tradition to make your life a masterpiece of art because that's what our life is. An art.

    spk_0

    So how would somebody enter their own Garden of Eden?

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    • 47 min
    Mastering communication so the whole world can hear your voice with Brenden Kumarasamy

    Mastering communication so the whole world can hear your voice with Brenden Kumarasamy

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    Thank you for joining me today. I'm your host Robert Delude. And this is none of your business podcast, a podcast where we bring you inspiring story telling from my heart and ask questions. That's no one's business. Thank you for joining me today. Now let the show begin. And in today's episode I've got Brandon on the founder of mastery talks and he teaches you how to be a public speaker. He has had on the way and we just talked about lots of stuff. So I'll keep this short and . Follow me. Hopefully share with someone.

    1 (01:18):

    Alright, welcome to the none of your business podcast. Brandon. Brendan, right

    1&2 (01:25):

    Brandon, I'm sorry. No worries about happy to be here. Right on. So who are you? What do you do? Yeah, for sure. So my name is Brendan. I'm the founder of master talk, which is a YouTube channel. I started to help the world master the art of public speaking. So let's be in a sentence. Okay. So how did you get into that? Yeah, for sure. So when I was in university, I used to do these things called business competitions. So think of it like trying out for a professional sports team, like the NFL or the NBA, but for nerds. So instead of spending two to three times a week with your coach doing sports drills or doing pushups or sit-ups, we would do the same thing in presentations. Okay. So basically, I know it's weird, but what it would happen is for three hours do, we'd crack a business problem, make slides, find a solution, and then present it back to a board of executives, judges at the end.

    1&2 (02:18):

    It was really wonky. That sounds super interesting. Yeah. So basically I presented 500 times in three years. Oh wow. Yeah, it was insane. That's cool. But like, yeah, just repetition. So what are some things that you learned from that? Yeah, for sure. I would say the biggest one is repetition is excellence. Whether you want to be a professional sports athlete, whether you want to be an amazing podcast or whether you want to be a YouTuber like me. You always want to do more than what everyone else doesn't want to do. You know, for example, like my first thousand subscribers on YouTube, there's no magic formula. Like, Oh you need to research this term and these people. So it just individually messaged every single person in my friend group and I said, Hey thousand 500 people on Facebook, could you subscribe to my YouTube channel? Right. So it's repetition is excellence. Do what other people aren't willing to do.

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