In an effort to grow we all must take a look inward. Nobody gets to choose whether we participate in life - we are all in the arena. With this podcast, we will share some thoughts, have interesting conversations and provide resources for health, wellness and self-improvement. My goal with this project is to put something positive out into the world to inspire us all to be better humans in constant EVOLUTION.
In this episode, I discuss the importance of applying discipline to certain areas of your life and also the drawbacks of over restricting in other areas. Although balance is hard I have found that applying a little discipline as necessary results in far greater opportunities in our future selves.
Dr. Kate Pate
Dr. Kate Pate is a neurophysiologist who has been conducting research for 15 years in a variety of different areas, including neurotrauma, respiratory neurobiology, mental health, redox biology, and combat trauma. She is the CEO and co-founder of Coruna Medical and the director of research for both the Heroic Hearts Project and Unlimited Sciences. In this episode we cover the importance of mental health and healing modalities to help you optimize your life in a meaningful way. You can follow her work at https://www.instagram.com/doc.pate/ on IG.
In this episode I explore my thoughts and experience on failing myself and those around me by not taking care of my mental health and the lessons to pay it forward to be of benefit to yourself, your family, your tribe, and society as a whole.
In this episode I discuss the hard lesson of taking a brief knee when it is time to do so by tuning into your own intuition and allowing yourself the time to heal so you can pivot in a positive direction going forward. Self care is so hard to do sometimes because we are always doing. Sometimes I think it is imperative to just be. Love you guys!
On my birthday today I wanted to share with you guys some gratitude and a perspective on age vs wisdom.
Have you ever wondered where your life could take you if you put down the things that are hanging you up and devoted yourself to something positive - eternal energy? My guest Arcy did exactly that. Although he was climbing the ranks rapidly in the military to the highest rank achievable, he still had some adversity to overcome that allowed him to tap into his purpose in life - serving others. Arcy devotes himself to his family, the Navy, his sailors and anyone willing to go on the journey of growth with him through his project Eternal Energy (www.eternalcoach.com)
You can also reach out to him on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/arcy.vazquez), email (firstname.lastname@example.org), and his YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwfWqHZ5xAp-J4ZD1SSftBW).
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Great job! I love your work Jeff!
Authentic! Relatable! Informative! I enjoy listening to the conversations, absorbing the positivity, and picking up the gems dropped along the way. Keep rocking Jeff! Great podcast!
Sharing in vulnerability
Jeff does a phenomenal job on pulling out the genuineness of his guests. His interviews are very free flowing and natural, and lends itself to a very organic listening experience that makes you feel the warmth authenticity of his guest. I can close my eyes es and feel like I am a fly on the wall eves dropping in on an intimate conversation. I was a previous guest on his show and felt so comfortable sharing conversations that would otherwise been awkward or uncomfortable to share.
Thanks, Jeff, for picking up the challenge of communication, and inspiring people to share their stories of life, journey, and our evolution!