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Get all the inside secrets and tools you need to help you bust through your fears, connect to your soul and get focused and clear so you can elevate your life, business and relationships… Listen in as Lori Harder, founder of the Bliss Project, 3X time fitness world champion, fitness expert and cover model, turned self love junkie - lifestyle entrepreneur and author digs in shares the goods! Each episode is designed to give you the tools, ideas, and inspiration to take action in your life. Tune in for an inspirational guest, a story or a "quickie" of motivation to get you out of a funk or blast you even further on your rockstar journey! Stop waiting until you are happy and go out and earn it! I promise to make sure we have some fun along the way - you can't take this life too serious. It's time to fall in love with the process and take back your control! Oh and please make sure to share the episodes that give you goosebumps and leave us a review!
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Jul 30, 2018

Today’s guest, Tim Storey, is someone I’ve wanted to have on Earn Your Happy since before it was officially a thing. So you can imagine that I was practically levitating from excitement (and let’s be honest, I still am) to chat with him. If you’ve never heard of Tim, you’re missing out because he’s a master at moving people into action and helping people turn setbacks into comebacks. Seriously, when Tim speaks his energy comes out of his pores!

 

Realizing early on he wanted to help heal others, in our conversation we talk about where it all began (picture seven people in a two-bedroom house) and how he credits his upbringing to helping him think big in small places. We touch on spending time with people who get you (your tribe) and why we all need to start paying attention and be an observer to all the discoveries around us.

 

You may want to listen to this episode twice (I know I’ll be listening again) just to take in each and every one of his wisdom-filled words. I can’t wait to hear your takeaways!

 

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Question Highlights:

  • How did you become a speaker?
  • How can we enjoy the discovery while in the recovery zone?
  • Do you still have slumps and dry spells?
  • What are some of the key things that help you speak with full expression, and how did you get to that place?
  • What made you hold onto what your 6th grade teacher told you and make it your north star? What made it stand out?
  • For people who feel like they need to change to be something or they don’t feel like they’re ready for the “thing,” what would you tell them?
  • Do we have to make an empowering reason as to why we’re in a “winter?”
  • How do you know the distinction of when to share certain things with others?
  • How does one not get intimidated by the thought of mastery, but instead be almost pulled by their message to mastery?
  • How do people know when to go to the next level of work?

 

In This Episode We Talk about:

  • What moved Tim to become a speaker and help heal others
  • Why the recovery zone is the common denominator
  • Staying in the moment during your discovery
  • Going back to being curious and innocent again
  • Changing the channel of what you’re thinking and how Tim shifts his channel
  • Tuning into the right things at the right times
  • Being with people who get you (your tribe)
  • Why Tim still holds onto his 6th grade teacher’s standard
  • Breathing life into others through speaking
  • Why people oftentimes must go left before they go right
  • What Tim did when he was served papers while he was speaking at an event
  • Why your testimony is the most powerful thing you have
  • The Law of Harvest
  • Why we can’t look for results every day
  • And so much more…

 

Quotes

“Unlock your discovery just by paying attention and observing.”

 

“If you’re not careful, life will knock the curiosity out of you.”

 

“Feed your faith, starve your doubt.”

 

“What I say, I live.”

 

“Set to be settled to be seasoned to soar.”

 

“You are seasoned for a reason. “

 

“You can handle the left and right at the same time.”

 

“Not all things should be spoken…some things should be left behind.”

 

“Don’t get stuck in the result.”

 

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Tim Storey is an acclaimed author, speaker and life coach, well known for inspiring and motivating people of all walks of life, from entertainment executives, celebrities and athletes to adults and children in the most deprived neighborhoods in the country. Tim has traveled to seventy-five countries and spoken to millions of people. He often meets privately to counsel high-profile leaders in various industries.

 

Tim Storey helps people create the future they desire. He has inspired people from all walks of life, from entertainment legends to professional athletes... from executives to deprived children in third world countries. Using seasoned foundational principles and humor to get honest with people so they can overcome the obstacles that are holding them back.

Resources:

TimStorey.com

IG: @timstoreyofficial

 

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Jul 26, 2018

I just wrapped up my three-week trip traveling through Europe and phew – it definitely rocked my world! Yes, the experiences were amazing, but as a person who loves her rituals and who has habits that are deeply engrained, it felt a bit daunting at first. If I would have taken this trip five years ago, I would have left 20 pounds heavier because I would have just given it the all-or-nothing approach. Anyone else?

 

The difference of taking this trip now? Even though my life was tipped upside down in terms of bedtime, food, drinks and activity, I made a conscious effort to figure it out. In order to do this though I had to give up the belief that it would be impossible for me to feel good and happy.

 

“In order to change a habit, you have to change a belief. And in order to change a belief, you have to change a habit.”

 

Spoiler Alert: I feel amazing! “Control freak” Lori went on a vacation of her own! And it’s all because I figured out how to let go and surrender.

 

Here are five things that help me change a limiting habit or belief”

 

  1. You have to believe that whatever you’re desiring is possible for you. For me, it meant applying an abundance mindset to everything. I don’t have to eat ALL this amazing food or have multiple drinks because I know there will be more tomorrow and I can have some then, too.
  2. Gather evidence of why it’s possible. Look at the people and culture around you. Why can’t this be possible for me?
  3. Gather evidence of how you’ve been lying to yourself about the other belief to keep yourself safe.
  4. Look at why you’re afraid to believe something is different. Surrendering can be scary, but sometimes certainty can be worse.

    “Surrender opens the door to something that changes your life.”

  5. Do that new thing/habit/belief for as long as you need to until something shifts. It won’t happen overnight, but don’t stop just because it’s uncomfortable – keep at it.

 

I challenged myself the entire three weeks I was gone, but as I stated above, I feel great – and I ate and drank what I wanted and walked a ton. Will I keep up with the late suppers, nights and overall structure? Maybe about 30% to allow myself a bit more freedom, but my new rule of thumb?

 

“If it feels good, explore it.”

 

I encourage you to do the same by challenging your beliefs and doing it until you feel a shift, too.

 

 

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In This Episode Lori talks about:

 

  • How Lori busted through her habits and beliefs
  • Figuring out the art of letting go and surrendering
  • Five things that go into changing a habit or belief

 

Resources:

 

Go to ATribeCalledBliss.com to find out the latest on Lori’s book and join the world’s biggest tribe book club

A Tribe Called Bliss by Lori Harder

Now available at loriharder.com/amazon or ATribeCalledBliss.com

Join me on the A Tribe Called Bliss Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1571018952966750/

 

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Jul 23, 2018

I had such a blast talking with Lauryn Evarts and Michael Bosstick, the hosts of The Skinny Confidential HIM & HER show, in person! While commonly known for their podcast, I quickly learned about their other endeavors that created the foundation of where they are today and how various parts of our journeys are so similar.

In this episode, you’ll hear about how this power couple met (and came to work together), the ins and outs of branding and why community, patience and adding value is key when trying to grow your business or brand. With all this valuable content, it’s no surprise that they’re now passionate about helping others grow their platforms, too.

There are so many takeaways in this episode and I can’t wait to hear how you implement them!

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Question Highlights:

  • How did you two meet and how did you get started doing what you’re doing now?
  • Have you always worked together or when did you start?
  • What are your income streams right now?
  • How do you know when it’s time to move onto the next idea/project?
  • What were some of your huge failures that were necessary to get you where you are today?
  • Where would you direct people to go when building their brand?
  • How much of your decisions and lives depend on intuition and making sure your “self” is being taken care of?
  • What are some of your favorite podcasts?
  • How do you seek out relationships in your life that feel intimidating in order to help you level up?
  • What’s going to have to change in order for you to get to the next level?

 

In This Episode We Talk about:

  • How Lauryn and Michael got to where they are now
  • Why there’s so much intention behind their podcast
  • Applying a reverse triangle structure to a person’s business, being patient in growing your business outward
  • Comment pods
  • Lauryn’s focus on community
  • Building successful brands
  • Execution boards – what they are and how Lauryn uses them
  • The importance of brand consistency
  • Providing value to the end user (inspire, entertain and educate)
  • Lauryn’s non-negotiables
  • Passive multi-tasking and productive self-care
  • Michael’s reading habits
  • Work/relationship balance
  • Scaling individual abilities
  • And so much more…

 

Quotes

“If you’re doing everything, you’re doing nothing.” – Michael

 

“Create a compelling future.” – Lauryn

 

“It’s all about working backward to get where you want to be.” – Lauryn

 

“If you’re not constantly looking to learn and develop your mind, you’re going to get stagnant and stall out.” – Michael

 

“Be willing to take the leap and stop second-guessing yourself.” – Michael

 

“Take the leap because you can always go back.” – Michael

 

“Focus on the end goal – be a visionary.” – Lauryn

 

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Lauryn Evarts Bosstick is the creator of The Skinny Confidential, a blog, book, podcast and Youtube channel. Lauryn helps women live their best lives by sharing everything from wellness & beauty to business & real life tips. The Skinny Confidential is all about having kale in one hand and champagne in the other.

 

Michael Bosstick is a brand builder and entrepreneur. He is the CEO of Dear Media, a podcast production company highlighting women's voices. Michael is also the co-host of The Skinny Confidential HIM & HER Show with his wife Lauryn where they interview experts on topics ranging from fitness and skincare to business and addiction."

 

Resources:

The Skinny Confidential HIM & HER Show

TheSkinnyConfidential.com

IG: @theskinnyconfidential

DearMedia.com

IG: @michaelbosstick

 

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Jul 19, 2018

 

It comes as a shock to many that before I wrote my book (and sometimes during the process) I’d never seen myself as a writer. I had no previous background; I just knew I wanted to write a book. However, any time I had that thought, I quickly inserted a “but I’m not a writer.” Now that I’ve published my book, I realize that my internal dialogue was clearly trying to steer me wrong.

 

So today I want to talk about the difference between the things we say in our mind and what we really are. It’s time to call out those things we want to do, but never do because our minds offer up an alternate story as to why we can’t. Using writing as an example, “I want to write a book, but I’m not a good writer.” Guess what? Neither was I and that’s why you find really good editors, writing coaches and other skilled people to help you through it.

 

“Remove the ‘buts,’ and become the person you know you are.”

 

You are not meant to do everything on your own! No one does it on their own. I personally have a team who helps with all my day-to-day tasks (and so many other things). Focus on your strengths and let others help you by using theirs too.

 

Furthermore, it’s OK to be a beginner again. Just because you don’t know how to do something, doesn’t mean it wasn’t meant for you. It will be uncomfortable but If something resonates with you, it’s because it is you. And that my friend is what makes you pure magic.

 

I hope this message spurs you to go after your passions and step into who you truly are despite the doubts swimming in your head. The world is waiting for you!

 

Before I go…I’m so grateful for you all and have one small request. If you feel called, it would mean the world to me if you’ve read my book to leave a review and rating on Amazon. You are the reason my book is reaching so many women around the world and I want to keep this tribe momentum going. Thank you so, so much!

 

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In This Episode Lori talks about:

 

  • Calling out the stories in your head
  • Being a beginner again
  • Why you need help to fulfill your true purpose

 

Resources:

 

Go to ATribeCalledBliss.com to find out the latest on Lori’s book tour and join the world’s biggest tribe book club

 

A Tribe Called Bliss by Lori Harder

Now available at loriharder.com/amazon or ATribeCalledBliss.com

 

Join me on the A Tribe Called Bliss Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1571018952966750/

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Jul 16, 2018

I hold today’s guest, Bedros Keuilian, in such a high regard and I can’t wait for you to hear his incredible journey thus far. Having immigrated to the U.S. with his family at the young age of 6 from Armenia (Soviet Union), he learned early on that sometimes getting uncomfortable or experiencing pain is necessary to step into better things.

 

From living in a one-bedroom apartment with his family of five to dumpster diving, each family member contributed in some way so they could live a better life. But where many people would use the adversities he and his family faced as an excuse not to go after their dreams, Bedros made them his why and set out determined to help others.

 

Today as an author, speaker and business consultant, Bedros is able to share his unique wisdom with people through his business Fit Body Bootcamp, speaking engagements and his upcoming new book, Man Up. He emphasizes that we are all much stronger than we think and it’s up to us to get resourceful and “man up,” and become the person you’re meant to be.

 

This is an information-filled episode sure to inspire you to up-level your game and take action today! I can’t wait to hear your takeaways!

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Question Highlights:

  • What has brought you to what you’re doing now?
  • Hearing your dad’s why, did it fuel or shift your why?
  • What do you think is the difference between you, who takes a problem and runs with it, and those who sit in it and see it as their reason why they can’t?
  • What is something you ask yourself to get a new answer?
  • Is there a problem you’re excited to tackle?
  • Do you still have to seek resistance to get stronger or does your life offer you enough?
  • For you as a business person, how did you train that muscle to run straight toward difficult conversations?
  • What are some of your non-negotiables?
  • What do you tell people who say, “I don’t know how” or “I can’t?”
  • What do you think are the three biggest traits of a leader?
  • Do you think it’s important to have a target number with your goals?

 

In This Episode We Talk about:

  • Embracing the pain
  • Why breakthroughs come when it’s uncomfortable
  • Why Bedros runs toward pain and challenges
  • What it was like when Bedros’ family escaped Armenia/Soviet Union
  • The adaptability of the human psyche
  • Why Bedros is so passionate about helping children-based charities and causes
  • The “immigrant edge”
  • How Bedros made it easier to open Fit Body Bootcamp fitness franchises
  • The importance of feedback in terms of growth
  • Bedros’ non-negotiables
  • Resourcefulness
  • Bedros’ three biggest traits of a leader
  • Riding the wave of fear
  • Bedros’ million-dollar mistake
  • And so much more…

 

Quotes

“The more adversities I face, the better my life becomes when I get to the other side of that adversity.”

 

“If you have a reason why that’s big enough, when the pain and adversity comes, your reason why will pull you through.”

 

“There are plenty of problems, you just have to be the solution.”

 

“Any time there’s a big shift in your life, positive or negative, you’re going to have more problems. Who’s going to be the solution?”

 

“It’s time to human up.”

 

“Embrace the suck and grow.”

 

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Bedros Keuilian is a best-selling author, speaker, and business consultant. He's the founder and CEO of Fit Body Boot Camp, one of the nation’s fastest growing franchises and an investor in over a dozen companies ranging from software, digital ad agencies, and coaching and consulting services. 

 

He's known as the hidden genius that entrepreneurs, best-selling authors, and thought leaders turn to when they want to create high level mastermind and coaching programs and quickly scale their businesses.

 

His sales, marketing, and business systems are the secret weapon used by thousands of successful digital marketers and entrepreneurs who want to reach more high paying clients and customers without the use of unpredictable or sleazy marketing tactics. 

 

An immigrant from a communist country turned hugely successful entrepreneur, Bedros uses the stage, TV, and social media platforms to share his personal Immigrant Edge and American Dream story to help inspire audiences worldwide to reach their fullest potential. 

 

Resources:

ManUp.com 

IG: @bedroskeuilian

FB: facebook.com/bedroskeuilian

 

 

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Jul 12, 2018

 

I feel that energy is the most valuable commodity – and how awesome is it that it’s something we can help control? So with that in mind, what are you giving your energy to today?

 

Ever notice that when you’re feeling low energy or tired that the things that seem big, scary or stressful seem even bigger, scarier or more stressful? When this happens, we know we’re not supporting that habits that keep us fully energized.

 

While talking at the gym the other day with my friend, Mark Karpenko, he told me that we’re all only given 100 watts of energy a day. Wow. Only 100 watts and often they’re not being spent wisely.

 

Sometimes we’re not waking up at 100 watts for a number of reasons. Whether it’s because the kids were up late or a relationship is weighing heavily on our hearts, or perhaps we’re just taking too many things personally – our energy is being drained. The good news?

 

“We can always change something.”

 

Get more sleep. Move your body or meditate. Eat better foods. And sometimes the most difficult (but often most helpful), be mindful of who you’re spending your time with. Don’t give up any of that wattage to things that don’t support love and your true talents and gifts. Be quick to forgive and let the small stuff roll of your back.

 

What will you give a “watt” about today?

 

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In This Episode Lori talks about:

 

  • How lack of energy magnifies any worries or problems we have
  • Ways to increase your energy
  • Giving a “watt” about the things that serve you and our purpose

 

Resources:

 

Go to ATribeCalledBliss.com to find out the latest on Lori’s book tour and join the world’s biggest tribe book club

 

A Tribe Called Bliss by Lori Harder

Now available at loriharder.com/amazon or ATribeCalledBliss.com

Join me on the A Tribe Called Bliss Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1571018952966750/

 

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Jul 9, 2018

I am so I love with today’s guest, Cara Alwill Leyba, author, entrepreneur and founder of The Champagne Diet, and I know you’ll love her too (if you don’t already) after listening to our conversation.

 

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Cara worked for several years in corporate at MTV, but felt stuck knowing she really wanted to be a writer. She founded her blog, The Champagne Diet, and eventually self-published her first book, Girl Code. Since then she’s published several other books and her newest book, Like She Owns the Place releases July 10 (see Resources to get your copy and buy one for a friend, too!).

 

Cara shares vulnerably and is super transparent about the unglamorous side of business. She does this in an effort to show other women what it really looks like when things fall apart and how we can shift our perspectives, find the good and remember who we were before things fell apart.

 

This is such an empowering, feel-good episode and I can’t wait for you to enjoy it…perhaps with a glass of champagne (not if you’re driving!). ;-)

 

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Questions Asked in This Episode:

  • Can you tell us a little bit about what you’re doing right now and what sparked that passion?
  • How do you feel about resourcefulness and what’s a huge block around not having the skills, not knowing how etc.?
  • What do you do around navigating relationships in terms of being vulnerable and open, but firm in your decisions and where you’re at?
  • How do we not take things personal in relationships – especially when we’re putting our art out into the world?
  • What do you do when you work with women and there’s a consistent worry about judgment and what others think?
  • What’s something that’s come from leveling up and helped your growth?
  • What does success look like for you right now and what does the next level look like?
  • How do we stay in a state of success, but still desire and strive for other things?
  • Who is your book for?
  • Who are you now on the other side of publishing your book?
  • And more!

 

In This Episode We Talk about:

  • What Cara’s doing right now and what sparked that passion
  • Why Cara found champagne to be a metaphor for life
  • Finding celebration in everything
  • The different levels of stepping into becoming an entrepreneur
  • Handling rejection and defeat
  • Being resourceful
  • Why Cara asks the universe for resistance when thing seem too easy
  • Navigating relationships
  • Dealing with criticism of your message
  • The importance of perspective and finding the good in all situations
  • Cara’s “love letters” folder
  • The non-glamorous side of publishing a book
  • The difference phases of growth
  • Why we need to practice trusting our gut
  • Cara’s new book, Like She Owns the Place
  • And so much more…

 

Quotes:

 

“Why can’t every day be a celebration?”

 

“When you have the support of who you are and when you can back yourself up through any experience is when you’re unstoppable.”

 

“You can’t expand if everything is happening for you in perfect alignment.”

 

“Shift the focus into the people who do celebrate and love you.”

 

“Your intuition is your north star. Your intuition will never fail you.”

 

“The more real we can be, the more relatable we’ll be.”

 

“Success is a state of being.”

 

“What’s for you will not pass you and if it passes you it wasn’t meant for you.”

 

On how to make yourself happy…“Make yourself feel something you’ve never felt before.”

 

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Cara Alwill Leyba is the acclaimed author of Girl Code: Unlocking the Secrets of Success, Sanity, and Happiness for the Female Entrepreneur, which Inc. named one of the "top 9 inspiring books every female entrepreneur should read." She is also a Master Life Coach, a popular public speaker, the host of the “Style Your Mind” podcast, and the creator of the “Champagne Diet” blog, which has been featured in media such as Glamour and Marie Claire. She lives in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan. You can find more at her Instagram (almost 100K followers), Facebook (16K followers), blog, The Champagne Diet, and wildly successful podcast, Style Your Mind (1.5 million unique downloads).

 

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Resources:

 

 

Get Cara’s book at LikeSheOwnsThePlace.com or at a retailer of choice

 

IG: @thechampagnediet

FB: facebook.com/thechampagnediet/

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Checkout my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Jul 5, 2018

Today we’re talking about who you have to become in order to start creating, manifesting and maintaining relationships in your life. Not long ago, I had a desire to hang out with higher-level friends. Now, don’t get me wrong, the friends I had at the time were great friends, but I was looking for something a little deeper.

 

I wanted to have a true tribe of people who had a more expanded mindset, financial thermostat, bigger goals and no limits on their beliefs or possibilities. And it wasn’t just about fitting in because we already know how awesome we are.

 

“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as who you become by achieving your goals.”  – Zig Ziglar

 

It’s about adding value and contributing to the relationship on equal levels. If you’re someone who has already up-leveled, you’re no stranger to people contacting you and wanting to “pick your brain” or have coffee and talk business. While it may be flattering, you know it’s not something you want to commit to until you see what they can bring to the table to. It’s not personal when you politely decline (or someone declines your invitation), It’s about finding those people who expand your mindset, don’t question what’s possible and cheer you on.

 

“Be someone who they want to connect with.”

 

One important distinction… don’t change who you are at your core to fit in with someone who isn’t a great match. Just be the most authentic version of yourself! At first, I honestly thought I had to be an expert on the science of self-development principles, but I found that it wasn’t true. Depending on the group or situation, I actually added value in a variety of ways, such as being goofy, holding space, listening or giving advice. So just do YOU! Be authentic, find out who you are and be a person who adds value.

 

I know it’s not always easy to put yourself out there to new groups of people. OK, it can be downright scary sometimes. But do it anyway, because the things that bring you the most joy are often hidden underneath fear and resistance.

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In This Episode Lori talks about:

 

  • Who you have to become in order to hang with higher-level friends
  • Bringing value to the table (50/50)
  • Stepping into your truth and authenticity

 

Resources:

 

Go to ATribeCalledBliss.com to find out the latest on Lori’s book tour and join the world’s biggest tribe book club

A Tribe Called Bliss by Lori Harder

Now available at loriharder.com/amazon or ATribeCalledBliss.com

 

Join me on the A Tribe Called Bliss Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1571018952966750/

Check out my website at loriharder.com. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook.

Jul 2, 2018

 

It’s always a good day when my friend, Mastin Kipp, is on the show because I always learn something – and our recent conversation was no different.

 

Today we’re talking about how trauma – of all kinds – can hinder the building of tribes (love that we both believe in the power of tribe) and how we can take the steps to build a life and business without anxiety. You know the saying, “your vibe attracts your tribe?” Well, Mastin and I discuss on how even your tone of voice, facial expressions and hand gestures can do the same.

 

Mastin is one of the most authentic, value-offering people I know because he loves his work and isn’t afraid to dive deep and get to the root causes that are often times emotional. I resonated with so many of things Mastin talked about and I can’t wait to hear what you think.

 

Be sure to check out what his amazing Claim Your Power Live event is all about in the resources section (special discount for my listeners)!

 

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Questions Asked in This Episode:

  • What does “trauma” mean to you?
  • What happens when people isolate themselves?
  • What are you having people do after they’ve pinpointed who they are?
  • What are some of the tools you use as a high performer?
  • And more!

 

In This Episode We Talk about:

  • Different types of trauma
  • Why emotional trauma work is so important
  • Different defense mechanisms (mend & attend and withdrawal/evolutionary impulse)
  • Why regulation is necessary and why you can’t self-regulate
  • How trauma disrupts the building of tribes
  • Channeling anxiety into high performance
  • Being calm in the presence of threat
  • Adaptive survival behavior
  • How facial expressions, hand gestures and tone of voice impact marketing
  • Mastin’s three primary modalities vital for stress-free high performance (functional medicine, energy medicine, and functional coaching)
  • Why Mastin believes in events
  • De-traumatizing through emotional experience
  • Mastin’s “Claim Your Power Live” event
  • And so much more…

 

Quotes:

 

“Name it, claim it, heal it and feel it – then you can start to rise.”

 

“There’s no such thing as bad behavior, it’s just adaptation behavior.”

 

“Environment trumps belief.”

 

“The issues are in our tissues.”

 

“Environment produces possibility.”

 

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Mastin Kipp is an American entrepreneur, best-selling author, and renowned public speaker. Mastin is the creator of Functional Life Coaching™, an innovative, unique and accelerated approach to creating lasting personal and business change.

 

Mastin is recognized by coaching industry contemporaries and luminaries like Oprah Winfrey, Tony Robbins, Arianna Huffington, Caroline Myss, Marianne Williamson, Dr. Aviva Romm, M.D. (Yale Integrative Medicine) and Georgetown Professor Cal Newport as a thought leader in accelerated life transformations and personal development.

 

Mastin’s company, under his own name, is a successful international personal development company that helps people create rapid change, discover and connect to their life’s purpose, and live their lives to their fullest potential.

 

Mastin’s methodology, Functional Life Coaching™, differs from his peers and predecessors in that it focuses not just on rapid behavioral change, but uses a systems approach to efficiently identify and dissolve the root cause that is impeding optimal human progress and success.

 

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mastinkipp.com

IG: @mastinkipp

FB: facebook.com/mastinkipp

 

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