Theory of wellness is about living your best life creativity, physically and spiritually.
004: Friendships that no longer work
Hey thanks for listening. In this weeks episode, I talk about friends and who you surround yourself with. It might be time to leave some friend behind or at least limit your time with them. I've made the choice that some of the friend that I have, no longer fit in my life.
Take a listen and let me know your thoughts? !
003: Stay Focused and Keep Investing
I wanted to do a quick episode on investing money in a turbulent economy. Now is the best time in the world to keep investing money while stocks are cheap. Although, its easy to get distracted with all the crazy things that are going on right now with politics, the economy, and the world, we have to stay strong and stay focused on our goals. Let me know what you are doing to keep sane? Are you taking advantage of the cheap stocks, are you hording money, are you meditating daily?
002: The Money Episode
Lets talk about money. It is a new year and its a good time to start talking about money. In this episode, I go a little into our ideas about money and where it could come from. I also share a little about how I grew up and how it impacted me as it related to my money mindset. I hope you enjoy this episode. After listening to this episode, feel free to share some life lessons you have around money and the psycholigy around moneyt trauma.
Thanks for listening.
001: This is the beginning
Hello everyone. This is the first eposide of the TOW podcast. I look forward to what the future has to offer. Intro Who am I ? Why start this podcast? What is wellness? Wrap up. Show Notes:
So welcome to the theory wellness podcast. This is episode one. So this is it. I'm starting a new journey of first of all, this podcast, which is called theory of wellness podcasts, but not only that, It'll be more than a podcast, but this is just the first step. So for at least the next 120 days, I'll be recording, 15 minute episodes for hopefully you to enjoy, as you go about your day-to-day life.
So let me just start by giving it a little bit of background on. MI, I'm a pretty, fairly healthy guy. I've been working. I've been working out in the gym since the early nineties. Yes. The early nineties. So that should give you an idea of probably how old I am, but I'm what people in this country call, a person of color.
And therefore there are some things that people of my complexion are a little more prone to having. So. One of the reasons why I wanted to start this theory of wellness podcast and what goes along with it is, you know, I look around in my family, my extended family and friends, and I can see, some of them have issues.
Some of them are extremely overweight. Some of them deal with diabetes, high blood pressure, dementia, backaches, high cholesterol, and many of them. Elements. Not only that, there's other, you know, issues that go along with that, you know, self-esteem lifestyle, all those things that kinda go along with, just living an overall healthy and well, life, you know, not just health wise, but mentally as well.
So far, luckily from the health side, anyway, I haven't had any of those. I haven't had, any of the diabetes, any of the high blood pressure or anything like that. And really the only way that I can, the only thing I can attribute that to you is that, you know, I do work out when I can and I try to eat somewhat healthy.
And so I think just by the little that I do, I think it kind of mitigate some of those, extenuating symptoms that you see a lot of people with. So, so with that being said, even though I don't have any of those elements, one of the things, That I've noticed is that based on modern science, you know, I might be considered, overweight.
I'm over 40. My height is about 5, 10, 5 11, but I'm pretty you know, my weight is over than what you would consider normal because I do work out and I do have, you know, extra muscle, including some COVID weight. It's just part of, you know, what they consider, what the science considers, I guess you would say, quote, unquote overweight.
And so, you know, that's, that's neither here nor there, but, one of the reasons why I wanted to do this, which is so that. I can live a better lifestyle. I can be healthy. And of course there's a little bit of the Veni vanity aspect to this. And. And even though most people would consider me fairly helped the, you know, I can always improve, I can always do better.
And the other thing is, you know, I don't want to end up like some of the other people that I know, friends, family work, et cetera. And I don't want to be on a bunch of medications. I don't want to have to live a life, the rest of my life, that. And, you know, I just want to live a long life. So one of the things that I want to do is be able to put out information that I've learned and also learn from the audience.
That means you, where we can exchange ideas. I can learn from you. You can learn from me and, you know, basically improve and be a more, a person who leads by example. And helps others. That's one of my biggest things for 2021. I want to be able to create and do things that help people and also learn from others and you know, that circle of life so where we can all improve.
So the theory of wellness is a really, it's not just about health and weight. It's about just a state of being. So if you go to, the. World