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Every morning, just like a phone or laptop or electronic that isn't working effectively, I turn my brain off. Of course I restart it, but now with a fresh and improved ability to approach ideas and problems.
Have you ever noticed how creators and entrepreneurs are just a little different? They seem to live on the extremes and have a hot-cold relationship with a lot of things. In this interview, Jessica Carson dives into why that is, the underlying psychology of it, and shares a few nuggets from her new book "Wired This Way".
Buy Jessica's book: https://www.amazon.com/Wired-This-Way-Emotional-Well-being/dp/1630517976
Learn more about Jess: www.jessicacarson.co
Monday - Every hour, every minute, every second.
Tuesday - Everything Can Change in an Instant
Wednesday - Science vs Spirituality
Thursday - "Believe in yourself and you will be unstoppable."
Friday - Within Our Dark Is Our Light with Jessica Carson
Monday - Ask Yourself for Help with Gina B
Tuesday - Avoid Vs Resist
Wednesday - Why Groups Don't Get Along with Michael Vargas
Thursday - "It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop."
Friday - What Interests You?
We live in a weird world where people are forced to take sides in order to feel like they belong. But what are the actual mechanics behind that? Lead By Impact founder Michael Vargas breaks it down for us.
Dr. Saamdu Chetri helped establish Gross National Happiness in Bhutan, a governing code that prioritizes the wellbeing of citizens over GDP. His enlightened message about being interconnected with nature and others is a refreshing perspective.
Monday - Treat Everyone Like You Have Something To Learn
Tuesday - Experiment With Your Morning Routine
Wednesday - It Might Not Be A Good Fit
Thursday - "Be the change you wish to see in the world."
Friday - An Observation About Pigeons and People
Dan Pallotta has disrupted the non-profit sector because of one simple premise - He dared to dream big. Not only that, but he encouraged non-profits to dream big as well and get the support they deserve.
It is very difficult to understand the non-profit world at first glance, but Dan has done an excellent job helping people know how to evaluate and support different charities. He recently released a book called "The Everyday Philanthropist" that details everything you need to know about your own charitable habits, and how they interact with non-profits.
Dan is probably best known for his record setting Ted Talk "The way we think about charity is dead wrong". If you're interested in learning more about helping others through philanthropy, I highly suggest you check out Dan's work.
Monday - Wherever you go, there you are.
Tuesday - Stay Calm, Stay Centered
Wednesday - Dream Big with Dan Pallotta
Thursday - "You are nothing special."
Friday - The Caged, Comfortable, and Charged Life
"I think what's really silly is for grown men and women to squander this tiny, tiny little bit of time we have here on Earth to make a difference on anything less than the most daring breathtaking dream we're able to dream." - Dan Pallotta
Flipped Lifestyle’s Shane Sams was living a normal life until he went through some major family hardship. He then decided to take control of his life and income by realizing his dream. Shane has since gone on to help thousands of people do the same, but his reasons never changed - it has always been about the freedom and empowerment of online entrepreneurship.
Learn more about Shane and his work at www.flippedlifestyle.com/free
Listen to his and his wife Jocelyn’s podcast “The Flipped Lifestyle Podcast”
Monday - Competing Vs Dominating
Tuesday - Deal With the Real with Matt Zinman
Wednesday - Give Someone Two Options
Thursday - “Like a dream, that don’t come true. Something better will come to you.”
Friday - Run From the Catalyst, Run Toward the Dream with Shane Sams
The fact that you survived your past experiences indicates that you have what it takes to keep moving forward. This thought featured by the eloquent Matt Zinman, more information about Matt can be found at www.z-isms.com.
Dr. Sangeeta Sahi MD, MBA is well-versed in a variety of different teachings and philosophies from across the world. In her travels and experiences, she has discovered that we all as humans share many of the same things. She believes that It's through connectedness and interdependence we can evolve as a species, and Dr. Sahi is dedicated to finding ways for us to support each other and create an improved human experience as a collective.
You can learn more about Dr. Sahi at www.genuinehumanbeing.com.
Monday - How To Stop Spending So Much Time on Social Media
Tuesday - What's the One Constant in All of Your Relationships?
Wednesday - Replenishing the Heart with Cordelia Gaffar
Thursday - "Be nice to yourself, always."
Friday - Unconscious Living with Dr. Sangeeta Sahi
Are you ready for the answer? It's you. Every relationship that YOU are in involved YOU. So if there's something that could be better in your relationships with people, food, money, anything... start fixing yourself!
Monday - Is Procrastination All That Bad?
Tuesday - Fights Vs Arguments
Wednesday - You Can Pretend to Care But You Can't Pretend to Show Up
Thursday - "Everything comes to you at the right moment."
Friday - Life as a Practice
Vanessa Van Edwards is a leading behavioral investigator. Her work through her company Science of People has brought to light many important findings that have furthered our understanding of human nature. She recently launched a conversation starter app, that you can find at www.conversationhq.app.
Also referenced is Vanessa's incredible book "Captivate", available at all major online retailers.
Monday - Exercising the Mind
Tuesday - How Lisa Bilyeu Overcomes Fear
Wednesday - It's not the Human, It's the Virus
Thursday - "Your next chapter is going to be amazing."
Friday - There is No One "Best" Personality Type with Vanessa Van Edwards
The strong and graceful Lisa Bilyeu has overcome a lot of fear in her life to take steps forward toward her goals. For her, it's all about remembering the larger goal, and thinking through the worst case scenario.
As the great White Goodman said in the movie Dodgeball - "I like to break a mental sweat too". The process isn't that different from a physical workout, it requires being pushed beyond a comfortable capacity.
Monday - "The universe has this amazing way of giving back to those who serve first."
Tuesday - Question Your Own Efficiency
Wednesday - Speaking Life Language
Thursday - Tom Alaimo's Positivity Challenge (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Friday - "A Message From Death" with Adam Roa
What an honor this is. Today I get to share an original poem by the brilliant Adam Roa. It's about cyclical nature of matter and how everything, putting death in a new "welcoming" perspective.
Adam recently has founded a group called The CREATE Community, the Collective Renaissance of Education, Art, Transformation, and Entertainment. Follow Adam on Instagram @adam.roa
We need more positivity. And Tom Alaimo, the host of Millennial Momentum, has started a positivity challenge. For every positive story or note he receives, Tom is donating a dollar to charity. Submit your positive message to email@example.com, or to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can forward it along!
You can find out more Tom's initiative here.
This thought was shared in Radha Agrawal's book "Belong". To have more transparent questions we need to ask 3 things - Where am I in life, where am I right now, and where am I with you?
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It's good when things are good. But don't let that fool you that there isn't a better way. Always question your efficiency to find micro-ways to optimize.
Greatness Accelerator Program - www.greatnesscollective.com/gap
This interview features the founder of Daybreaker, Radha Agrawal. She lives her life with the intention to connect with and amplify those around her, cultivating a sense of belonging and community.
Sign up for Radha's next event, Daybreaker Live here.
And I bet you thought it was laughter... Seriously though Radha Agrawal, the founder of the daytime dance event Daybreaker, is part of some cutting edge research that is demonstrating the physiological benefits of dance.
We must accept that our lives are different. Our normal triggers and timing are no longer reliable. In order to take proper steps of action, we need to build the right way - by scheduling our priorities.
In my opinion, there are two things good leaders share - Empathy and humility.
A great leader (Alex Sheen of "Because I Said I Would" has the humility to ask for help. His video requesting donations can be found here.
Monday - Mean Girls and Soul Sisters
Tuesday - Grateful To Have Jammed My Finger
Wednesday - When Things Get Easy, Go Get Better
Thursday - "You are not a drop in the ocean, you are the ocean in a drop."
Friday - We Have Magical Intuition