My name is Jay Shetty, and my purpose is to make wisdom go viral. I’m fortunate to have fascinating conversations with the most insightful people in the world, and on my podcast, I’m sharing those conversation with you. New episodes Mondays and Fridays. Listen anywhere you get your podcasts, and please rate and review the podcast if you enjoy it. Live life today ON PURPOSE.
Vanessa Hudgens ON: Manifesting Love & Finding Confidence From Within
Jay Shetty sits down with Vanessa Hudgens to talk about manifestation & importance of nurturing your inner child. As we grow up, we always think that we should start being serious in life just because we are adults. But we should always remember that inner child in us, so have fun and believe in magic - protect the child in you.
Vanessa Hudgens is an American actress, singer, entrepreneur, and producer. After making her feature film debut in Thirteen, she rose to fame portraying Gabriella Montez in the High School Musical film series, which brought her significant mainstream success.
3 Myths About Work Life Balance & 5 Ways to Really Create It
The daily rush of our careers often gives us so little time to pause, take a break, or have a rest. We are so used to our fast-paced work life that we find it hard to balance work and life, to find balance between building a career and living a good life. Despite this need to rush through the day and get things done, we can and we should find the right balance to live a satisfying life.
In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares why work stress is catching up with us and how we can be in a state where we can slow down when needed and destress when necessary.
Dax Shepard ON: Prioritizing Your Mental Health After Addiction & How to Make Peace with Your Past
Jay Shetty sits down with Dax Shepard to talk about valuing yourself and sticking to what you believe in above all. At certain points in our life we will come across conflicting interests and opposing ideas, and these could shake the foundation of what we believe to be right. And that’s okay. Living with two opposing ideas can be challenging but these will give us new and better life perspectives.
Dax Shepard is an actor, comedian, writer, and director, and of course podcast host of one of my favorite podcasts, Armchair Expert. He's known for his appearance in films like Without a Paddle, Zathura: A Space Adventure, Employee of the Month, and many, many more. He also portrayed Crosby Braverman in the NBC comedy drama series, Parenthood from 2010 to 2015. He also played Luke Matthews in the Netflix show, The Ranch, co-starred in ABC's Bless this Mess, and acted in the MTV reality series Punk’d. And since 2018, Dax has hosted the award-winning podcast show, Armchair Expert, where he interviews celebrities, journalists, and academics about the messiness of being human.
6 Reasons We Fall Out of Love & 6 Changes We Can Make to Keep It Flourishing
Falling in love with someone can happen instantly. Staying in love with the same person is hard work. In most relationships, partnerships last not only because of love and all the giddy feelings that come with it. Relationships last when both partners continuously work together to build trust, deal with issues as one but still recognize deferring opinions, and plan a future together with each other’s interest and growth in mind.
In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares with us the common reasons why many couples fall out of love and ways to save the relationship by keeping the love burning.
Andrew Huberman ON: Learning Effectively & How to Train Your Brain For Optimal Performance
Jay Shetty sits down with Andrew Huberman to talk about the beauty and power of the human mind. We are all wired to feel emotions based on our experience, on our perception of what is happening around us, and on what we anticipate to happen in the future. And the most fascinating thing is that our mind perceives time differently and is dependent on how we feel.
Dr. Andrew Huberman is a tenured Professor of Neurobiology and Ophthalmology at Stanford School of Medicine. His laboratory studies neural regeneration and neuroplasticity, and brain states such as stress, focus, fear, and optimal performance. His podcast, The Huberman Lab, discusses neuroscience and science-based tools, including how our brain and its connections with the organs of our body control our perceptions, our behaviors, and our health, as well as existing and emerging tools for measuring and changing how our nervous system works.
8 Ways to Improve Your Circle & Accelerate Your Impact in the World
The people worth keeping in our life are those that see our potential and encourage us to work on them to achieve success at work, in our career, in relationships, and in life. Let the values they stand by influence us positively and allow the valuable life experience and knowledge they share to give us a better life perspective.
This week, we listen to Steven Bartlett of The Diary Of A CEO interview Jay Shetty about his childhood, professional career, monkhood, and the life of purpose he is leading as he chats with successful people in pursuit of success, wellbeing, mental health, and love.
in awe that an episode with Dax Shepard is where I most believe in DIVINE TIMING.
Prioritizing Mental Health After Addiction and how to make peace with your past w/ Dax Shepard Review
Some backstory - My name is Ashley I’m 21 and recently lost my step-mom to liver cirrhosis due to alcohol abuse. She was only 35 years old when passing and left behind 3 children with my dad (a 12, 8, and 4 year old). This was a jarring wake-up call for him and he has been sober since. After not being on speaking terms with him the past two years prior to this to now trying to repair our relationship and create healthy lifestyle choices one ritual we started was texting each other with our thoughts of the “on purpose” podcast each week. I have had more thought-provoking and meaningful conversations with him in the last few weeks than ever before in my life. He texts me now sometimes before I’m even up with his thoughts on each episode followed with I’m so grateful you turned me into this podcast it is truly been a blessing in my life.
Fast forward to today coming off of the first Mother’s Day since her passing and this weeks episode was with Dax Shepard with the title Prioritizing Mental Health After Addiction and how to make peace with your past…. I was in shock I assumed this weeks episode would be something on gratitude or something about mothers expecting it to be hard to unpack but it was perfect. exactly applicable to him and his situation. I cant wait for a potential part two where you and Dax go deeper to the mindset of addiction and how to help people around you with life in sobriety and how to feel your emotions after numbing them for so long. Sometimes for the first time in their life…
appreciate all you do Jay and I’m in awe that an episode where Dax says he’s an atheist was the one where I most believed in divine timing. One of the paradoxical truths come to play in my life.
Jay, I started following you when going down through facebook and came across a motivational video back in 2018. Since then I’ve followed you on instagram and bought your book Think Like a Monk. Honestly i didn’t finish reading it until i bought the audio book 🤣. I work long hours. with 2 kids and rarely have time to read.
I listen to you as im driving to work or doing home chores.
I’ve been dealing with a lot of anxiety. relationship issues and a lot of negativity coming from myself.
As i was listening to your book i also re-listen to another book The Four Agreements. I was in shock how Big Sean knew about this book.
It’s crazy how all have same purpose just different approaches.
I don’t want to deviate so much i mean i could go on about a lot of different things I’ve learned and trying to implement.
I’ve mainly learned to show gratitude and be specific when doing so, never asume others know how you feel. Speak up and communicate what you want and how you want it.
Thank you for making an impact on my life on a daily basis.
Only question i may have is how do you maintain such a positive attitude with such a busy schedule? I sometimes feel so overwhelmed i don’t know where to start.
Jay, to say you have changed my life would be an understatement. I found this podcast and your book during the darkest time period of my life. Mondays have become a favorite day of mine simply because I know I am starting my week off with you. I try and integrate everything you and your guests speak of, on a daily basis. You have literally saved my life and given me hope that I can create a life for myself that I am proud of. One of my goals in life is either to meet you and chat, or do something worthy of being featured on your podcast (I would literally die). I’m manifesting it! Thank you a million times over. You are a gift!