Our worlds – our own personal universes – emanate from within our minds. What we think about influences how we experience life, and that means that it’s just about as awesome or as ugly as we choose to believe that it is. Want to feel more optimistic about YOUR universe? Change your perspective of it.
Just like the title suggests, this is a recap of the year gone by. We talk about quite a few of our guests, the structure of the show, how certain episodes have affected us, and where we plan to take the show in 2019.
Like every conversation we seem to have on the show, Gabi and I covered as much as we could, but just couldn't go over all of the episodes in detail. If you were a guest and we didn't drop your name, please don't feel slighted. We enjoyed having each and every one of you join us!!!
Sharp-Dressed Man - Tyron Cutner
Tyron was unhappy with how he looked
His world changed
Why he decided to upgrade his style of dress
The influence of Michael Corleone
His CEO friend asked for help
The reason for dressing sharp
People treat you the way you appear
Why he only works with men
Improving everything about yourself
The importance of the fit
The universal skill
Men grow with challenge
The subliminal effects
The rules of classic menswear
Getting better with age
What we care about
Mosaic Healings pt 2 - Ana Levin
In part 2:
Are we ready?
All the answers are inside of us
Peaks and valleys
We're constantly changing
Ana resists her calling
"If only you could see that there is no destination"
We're not meant to do one thing
Mosaic Healings pt 1 - Ana Levin
Ana Levin - Mosaic Healings
Walls around her heart
Trust in the power of your heart
The heart has a wisdom that surpasses any other
We all want to be validated
We're perfectly imperfect for a reason
The world needs a revolution of bliss
The Mosaic story
Knowledge + heart wisdom + life experience = healing
Energy Leadership Index Assessment
Assertive Woman - Sarah Lenzini
Sarah Lenzini is a Certified Assertiveness Coach and strives to help women feel better about speaking up, saying “no,” and setting boundaries.
In this conversation:
We teach people how to treat us
What IS crap?
Guilt vs shame
The empowerment misunderstanding
Assertiveness vs aggression
The value of mirroring
Safety in a relationship
We’re only as sick as our secrets
Feeling guilty for things we’re unaware of
When YOU feel better, everyone else around you feels better
Comfort is a Crutch - Andrew Wiedemann
Andrew Wiedemann is the host of the Comfort is a Crutch podcast, where he explores the ideas and motivations that drive people to make changes in their lives.
In this conversation:
How the Comfort is a Crutch podcast was started
"Once I get this parenting thing down..."
The value of podcasting
You have to get uncomfortable
Really uncomfortable vs a little bit uncomfortable
How far outside your comfort zone do you need to go?
Embrace the suck
Raise the bar before you hit your goal
These are casual conversation about important topics. Love them!