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Earn Your Happy

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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Dec 30, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Our Become Aligned course

-The experiential economy + EventLuv

-Our New Year’s Eve manifesting ritual

-Why Chris decided not to go to Justin Beiber’s party + P Diddy’s 50th birthday

-How Lori’s building a physical product business 

-Chris’ plan to write a book in 2020

-Mentally detaching from the desire to please people

-Saying no to things, even when you want to support people

-The need to keep growing + developing

-Having tough conversations with people because you want to love them more

-Facing reality about your physical health

-The fine line between giving yourself grace + holding yourself accountable

-Knowing your value + obeying the law of chemistry

 

Resources:

-fortheloveofmoney.com

-Instagram: @chriswharder

-becomealigned.com

-eventluv.com

 

Show Notes:

This episode is with my husband, Chris Harder. He interviewed me for our end-of-year wrap on his show, For The Love Of Money, and I liked it so much I decided to share it with you. It is all about the things that we are going to be doing - and not doing - to become the next version of ourselves. Tag us on Instagram and tell us what you’re going to start, stop, face and embrace in 2020. 

Question Highlights:

-What are you gonna start doing?

-What are you gonna stop doing? 

-What are you gonna face? 

-What are you going to embrace? 

Guest Bio:

After an 11-year career as an executive and partner in the banking industry, Chris experienced plenty of success, however he severely lacked fulfillment – and was completely burned out. Recognizing that a change needed to be made, he retired from banking in 2011 and partnered with his wife, Lori, and her brand, LoriHarder.com, along with their Isagenix network marketing business. Chris now handles most of the business affairs and business coaching for their two multimillion dollar brands, and has found exactly the fulfillment and happiness he was seeking in a career.

Chris is the host of the new hit podcast, “For the Love of Money”, aimed at helping people bust through their money mindset blocks to become unapologetic about their pursuit of wealth. It is through interviewing business moguls and celebrities and exposing their exciting stories of contribution and philanthropy that he helps prove that money is a tool for good in a world with many needs.

Dec 26, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Getting clear on what’s important to you in 2020

-Checking in with your dreams every time you go to make plans

Resources:

-Learn more: eventluv.com

-Learn more: The Bliss Project

-Read: A Tribe Called Bliss

 

Show Notes:

It’s almost time for the new year, and we get to choose how we feel about it. There is so much beautiful energy around 2020 of manifesting what you want and getting rid of what you don't want. A lot of times I fail at reaching my goals because I’m prioritizing things that are less important or not important or things that I don't actually want, and I get stuck in the busy work. And the more and more clear that I've gotten about letting go of things, the more I’ve been able to focus on what matters. I want you to ask some simple questions:

-What needs to go? 

-Who do you need to say no to? 

-What do you need to stop doing? 

-What do you need to let go of in order to make room for what you want?

I hope today’s quickie serves as a reminder or way for you to be able to get back to the heart-centered reason of WHY you’re working on your dreams.

Dec 25, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Avoiding the rabbithole of worrying that you’re making the wrong decisions

-Digging yourself out of sad places as fast as possible

-Developing a sense of urgency around your goals

-Hiring an assistant or contractor before you’re ready

-How scrolling Instagram only delivers the picture-perfect aspect of someone’s life

 

Resources:

-Learn more: The Bliss Project

-Learn more: eventluv.com

-Read: A Tribe Called Bliss

 

Show Notes:

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about goals. If you’re in a place where you’re consistently not reaching your goals, it’s time to get realistic about where you’re at energetically. Maybe you’re not doing the things to hold yourself accountable to your goals, like telling people or putting money down. Maybe you don’t have enough willpower left at the end of the day to focus on another thing and you need to prioritize self-care so that you can be the person who can achieve your goals. Wherever you’re at, we wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. Just know that things are working even when they feel like they're not working and all you need to know is, you’ve got this. 

 

Review of the Week:

chandlerrae12

My Cup of Energy & Life in the Mornings! Good morning Lori and Evans (btw, love your name!)! Just wanted to start off by saying that you two are my pick-me-up for the rest of the day on Tuesdays and Thursdays as I am driving to class - especially in Phoenix traffic! I feel as though I am sitting right there with you, sipping on my iced matcha latte, laughing at the hilarious tangents and ideas that are thought of; you guys need someone to make a list of all your brilliant ideas, haha! Anyway, I love you both so much and appreciate your wisdom for this soon-to-be college grad! Everything is so relatable and so true. Keep on being your authentic selves and I will continue to do the same. Much Love, Chandler Derby

 

Question 1:

@empowermentwithelizabeth

Advice for when you invest in yourself, do the work, but feel like year after year you're not reaching goals/not much further than the previous year?

 

Question 2:

@tay_pelletier

How can you prioritize goals without losing work/life balance?

 

Question 3:

@mindset_michelle

How many goals at a time can you work on?

Dec 23, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Chris and Lori’s Become Aligned course

-Hannah’s destination wedding in Paris

-Why she has zero regrets about her dress

-What Hannah does for fun

-Transitioning from music videos to more narrative projects

-Working collaboratively to bring an artist’s vision to life

-The rise of female directors

 

Resources:

-hannahluxdavis.com

-Instagram: @hannahluxdavis

-becomealigned.com

-eventluv.com

 

Show Notes:

Hannah Lux-Davis is an award-winning director who works with musicians like Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Ray. In this conversation we cover everything from how she started in filmmaking as a production assistant and make-up artist to why she avoids jumping on Instagram.

 

Question Highlights:

-How do you deal with lots of big personalities and potentially big egos?

-How do you stay focused on something when there is a lot of pressure?

-How do you avoid getting stuck when things aren’t going your way?

-What shows up in your body and mind when you're not in alignment with your work?

-How do you tap into your creativity? 

-What do wish people who would like to emulate your career would ask you?

 

Guest Bio:

Hannah Lux-Davis is an award-winning American filmmaker best known for her striking imagery and iconic vision. The industry's top artists consistently trust her to create boundary-pushing music videos that garner billions of views around the globe. With experience and design, directing and editing, she curates every detail on her projects from start to finish.

Dec 19, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-EventLuv - there’s only 11 spots left!

-Why having the right perspective is everything

-How changing your perspective when things are tough is the real work

-How to flip your perspective

 

Resources:

-Learn more: eventluv.com

-Learn more: The Bliss Project

-Read: A Tribe Called Bliss

 

Show Notes:

Perspective is a beautiful thing that can turn something negative into something that is actually life changing and positive. I practice flipping my perspective all the time because the most successful and happy people that I know all have this power. What is something you can change your mind about? For example maybe you’re going to the gym and feel like you hate it and you’re not seeing results. Thank yourself for showing up and doing something hard because you are building that muscle of showing up even when you don’t feel like it’s worth it. I hope today’s quickie serves as a reminder or way for you to be able to get back to the heart-centered reason of WHY you’re working on your dreams.

Dec 18, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Feeling overwhelmed during the holiday season

-How sorrow and contrast prepare you for joy

-Self-care assessments

-How in order to be great, you have to be willing to bomb

-Knowing when you need to ask for help 

-Refusing to be responsible for other people’s happiness

-Not rewarding shitty behavior

 

Resources:

-Learn more: The Bliss Project

-Learn more: eventluv.com

-Read: A Tribe Called Bliss

 

Show Notes:

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about joy. Happy holidays! And don’t worry if you’re a little out of routine - we're gonna get back to our normal feelings and pant sizes soon. 

Review of the Week:

KarlBird18 ★★★★★ "

The Earn Your Happy podcast is the fuel for my fire and never fails to bring a spark of joy into my life (a big spark!). Every Wednesday morning, Lori and Evans join me for my morning workout, motivating me to keep working on my dreams in their fun and silly ways. On more than one occasion, people stop to ask me why I’m smiling and giggling so much during my workout and I love to recommend the podcast to them. My friends and I have inside jokes inspired by Lori and Evan’s witty conversations (Jugernut 😂) and I feel like we’re all one big tribe cheering on each other’s dreams and celebrating our authenticity. Whenever I’m feeling anxious or down on myself, I’ll re-visit Lori’s quickies for an instant dose of motivation or the Questionably Awesome episodes to remind me that life is meant to be enjoyed! I have it on my vision board to one day meet Lori and Evans and to attend the Bliss Project! Thank you both for shining and sharing your irreplaceable awesomeness!
Chelsey Bird

 

Question 1:
@al.lanz

What do you do when you feel like nothing is joyful?

Question 2:

@brittgalipeau

How do you help people find joy within themselves and stop relying on you for their joy?

Dec 16, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Chris and Lori’s Become Aligned course

-EventLuv - there are only 11 spots left!

-The impetus behind Trent’s work - he lost a friend to suicide eight years ago

-How he started playing football and the role models that made his success possible

-Living for yourself, not other people

-Breaking relationships down to three levels 

-Trent’s morning ritual - appreciation, affection, accomplishment and activity

-Protecting your peace

-Helping people turn their pain into power

-Accepting everything about yourself



Resources:

-trentshelton.com

-Instagram: @trentshelton

-Read: The Greatest You

-Read: Straight Up

-becomealigned.com

-eventluv.com

 

Show Notes:

Trent Shelton is a professional footballer turned motivational speaker, writer and coach. His mission is to help people find promise in their darkest hours and be their greatest self. To do this he teaches about riding out storms, having a perspective that life is to serve you and protecting your peace at all costs.

 

Question Highlights:

-Where do you find the motivation every day to talk to people?

-How do you come back from those moments where you feel like you did something horrible or disappointed people?

-What are some of the rituals that you do to start going in the direction that you want to go each morning?

-How do you handle criticism in your DMs ?

-How do you be content with what's going on right now while also striving to be better and reach your highest potential?

 

Guest Bio:

Trent Shelton is a former NFL wide receiver (having been a member of the Indianapolis Colts, Seattle Seahawks and the Washington Redskins) that is now considered one of the most impactful speakers of this generation. He reaches over 50 million people weekly through his various social media outlets and non-profit organization, RehabTime. Shelton travels the world sharing his message of creating lasting change in life. He and his wife Maria live in Fort Worth, Texas, with their two children, Tristan and Maya.

Dec 12, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Eventluv - it’s in January and spots are running out
  • Short-term versus long-term joy
  • Giving yourself grace and staying compassionate
  • Fully expressing yourself and not caring if other people like it or not
  • Bringing more fun to everything

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

I’m recording this episode on my 39th birthday. I’m feeling deep gratitude, and I want to share with you the most important thing I have learned about life. Our only job is to stay in joy. Sometimes we are so far from it that we don’t even know what it would look like to be in joy. So to be in joy we need to focus on what fulfills us and what makes us proud of ourselves. Whether it’s taking your vitamins, putting that voodoo doll down or meditating, take all the steps to focus on the good you can do for yourself and in the world.  I hope today’s quickie serves as a reminder or way for you to be able to get back to the heart-centered reason of WHY you’re working on your dreams.

Dec 11, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Evans’ real name

-The amazing results we get from being consistent

-Clearing out the clutter

-Preparing for tough conversations

-Giving yourself grace to get emotional

-Recognizing that we don’t always get closure and justice

-Non-threatening ways of opening up communication

 

Resources:

-Learn more: The Bliss Project

-Learn more: eventluv.com

-Read: A Tribe Called Bliss

 

Show Notes:

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about communication. 

 

Review of the Week:

Lindsay Klix

"This is actually my second review for this podcast, my first one was back when it first started and there were only a handful of episodes. This is the first podcast that I began listening to on a regular basis, and every podcast I listen to now, I first heard about here. I always listen while working alone in my pottery studio and in every episode I learn such amazing life lessons, gain inspiration, and have fun and laugh. This right here is what the world needs more of! Thank you Lori, and thank you Evans for giving us all this amazing gift!❤️"


Question 1:

@caitlynjansen

How do you overcome crying when in a serious heated argument with a significant other?

Question 2:

@andi_ruth

How do you know when you need to have a tough conversation vs handling the issue within yourself?

Question 3:

@_hales.yea_

In a "sitdown talk" how do you get them to open up when they never have and just don’t know how to?

Dec 9, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Chris and Lori’s Become Aligned course

-Facing rejection 

-Being upfront when we’re dating

-Developing a secure sense of self 

-Releasing pressure to be in a serious relationship by a certain time

-Avoiding the unrealistic expectation that your partner meets all your needs

-Learning how to constructively disagree 

 

Resources:

-stefanossifandos.com

-stefanossifandos.com/bethequeen

-Instagram: @stefanossifandos

-becomealigned.com

 

Show Notes:

Stefanos Sifandos started studying relationships because he sucked at them. He was pretending he was faithful, happy and unafraid when the opposite was true. Eventually he got tired of trying to hide his childhood traumas and pain and started to look at every aspect of himself. His own journey sparked questions about healing the planet, and now he merges the best of Eastern and Western philosophies to help others enhance their lives and intimate relationships. 

 

Question Highlights:

-How did you start to fall in love with the dynamics of relationships?

-How can you attract a partner who’s really in alignment with what you’re doing?

-How do you know what your partner should be to you and what should be being filled by other people?

-How do we release stories and timelines around when we’re supposed to be married or have found a partner?

-What advice do you have for people that want to take a risk but fear they might end up worse off?

-You're about to be married. How do you share your truth with your fiancée, and what does it look like when you fight?

 

Guest Bio:

Stefanos Sifandos has traversed the depths of his own pain, suicidal thoughts and profound fears and created innovative methodologies and models for navigating the often difficult path of contemporary manhood and intimate relationships. His work merges the best of Eastern and Western philosophies to bring people closer to their potential. On this journey Stefanos has worked with thousands of men and women from all over the world including elite special forces soldiers, Olympic gold medalists and world champion fighters.

Dec 5, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Eventluv

-Developing a mindset to live the life you want

-Forgiving other people and yourself

-Getting your power back

 

Resources:

-Learn more: eventluv.com

-Learn more: The Bliss Project

-Read: A Tribe Called Bliss

 

Show Notes:

To live the life you want, you have to change your mindset. You have to be able to let go of the things that have happened to you. You have to have the mindset to be able to forgive yourself and others. It’s so easy to self sabotage, to beat yourself up for something you ate or said. If you’re blaming someone else, what would you need to do to start getting your power back? I hope today’s quickie serves as a reminder or way for you to be able to get back to the heart-centered reason of WHY you’re working on your dreams.

Dec 4, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Our Thanksgiving plans

-Why change is so hard in the beginning

-How monetizing a passion can make it feel less fun

-People who jump from passion to passion

-The 90-day rule

-Giving yourself the freedom to cancel things

 

Resources:

-Learn more: The Bliss Project

-Learn more: eventluv.com

-Read: A Tribe Called Bliss

-Watch: Radical Candor

 

Show Notes:

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about ending good things to welcome the great, putting fierce boundaries around your calendar and our favorite ways to practice self-care.

 

Review of the Week:

Gabs2595

"My daily brew. I have to admit Lori's podcast has transformed my life one podcast at the time. I just wanted to say thank you for reminding me that I can unapologetically be myself day in and day out. I look forward to each Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Her talks, guest and co-host, Evans, have become part of my morning routine. Again I would EXTREMELY recommend this to anyone. ☺️"

 

Question 1:
@meg_mcbell_

How do you find your passion, and how do you know where to take it from there?

 

Question 2:

@addiemicaela

How do you know when you start to lose your sense of balance in life, and how do you correct it?

Dec 2, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Chris and Lori’s Become Aligned course

-EventLuv

-Annie’s experience of losing her mom in high school

-How her mom fueled her success by cheering her on

-Spending the first year of her marriage unemployed and living at her father-in-law’s

-Moving away from family and friends

-Being bullied at work

-Finding an online business community

-Dedicating your time to the things that fuel you

-Hosting an event where lots of things went wrong

-Testing your business idea before jumping all-in

-Having self-awareness and compassion for others

 

Resources:

-stylecollective.us 

-anniespano.com

-Instagram: @stylecollective

-Instagram: @annie_spano

-becomealigned.com

-eventluv.com

 

Show Notes:

In 2015 Annie Spano was lost and depressed because she was being bullied at her corporate job. Then she started blogging and connected with other women bloggers. Having that community made her feel like herself again. She decided to leave her job and create a membership-based blogger tribe for women, Style Collective.  

 

Question Highlights:

 

-How did you build a dream when you and your husband were both unemployed? 

 

-Is it possible for people to figure out what they want if they’re in a bad environment?

-How do you deal when people say you’re selfish for prioritizing your needs?

-What is the worst thing you’ve experienced in business?

-How can people start building a support system from nothing?

-How do you operate from abundance even when people take advantage?

 

Guest Bio:

Annie Spano is a former math teacher and corporate marketer with a BS in mathematics education and an MBA. She is the Founder of Style Collective, an online supportive community with influencer education that empowers women to find their purpose, be inclusive and achieve success. 

Style Collective was created in reaction to an experience no other woman should ever have. In late 2015, Annie left her job in corporate marketing after being bullied and harassed by another woman in the workplace. The experience left her feeling defeated and emotionally drained. She wished there was a way for women to work together and help each other achieve success. Annie has since made it her mission to empower other women, improve their happiness, and help them achieve their goals through sisterhood and support of a shared passion. Style Collective is the realization of that mission.

Nov 28, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-EventLuv

-Giving up on martyring yourself

-Taking 100% responsibility for your life

-Moving past trauma

-Giving yourself grace and loving yourself into better decisions

-Asking better questions to get better answers

 

Resources:

-Learn more: eventluv.com

-Learn more: The Bliss Project

-Read: A Tribe Called Bliss

 

Show Notes:

Today we are talking about giving yourself what you need. That means giving yourself great questions to solve and forgiving or releasing people who have harmed you so that you can move forward. A lot of us are saying that we feel hopeless or anxious or we don't have the friends or life that we want. But if we ask the right questions, we’ll get better answers, so I’ve put together some questions for you.

  1. How are you feeling?
  2. What do you need to do to change those feelings?
  3. How often do you need to do it?
  4. What’s your first step to getting started?
  5. How will you make this happen?
  6. How long will it take until it becomes a habit?

Promise yourself that you won’t give up until your needs are met. 

Nov 27, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Evans’ wedding -- it happened!

-Post-wedding depression -- it’s a thing!

-How having purpose makes us happy

-Scheduling time for your passion

 

Resources:

-Learn more: The Bliss Project

-Learn more: eventluv.com

-Read: A Tribe Called Bliss

-Read: Maybe You Should Talk To Someone

 

Show Notes:

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about passion. We cover what we’re loving right now, why people who say what they don’t know what their passion is are being kind of lazy and why following your passion is not always super fun.

 

Review of the Week:

Alli Stewart

Satisfied beyond ultimate satisfaction. When Lori’s Quickies are just as satisfying as her interview based podcasts, your life changes, the heavens open up and your heart and brain align. I cannot get over the way that Lori mixes up what Earn Your Happy provides to listeners. She has something for everyone, even if they are in different seasons of their life. To Lori and Evans, thank you for being the girlfriends, coaches, sisters, and mentors we all need. Xoxo

 

Question 1:

@mrs.christinaricks

How in the heckenbob do you actually figure out what your passion is?!

 

Question 2:

@chelsey.bird

Lori and Evans, what are you passionate about right now?

 

Question 3:

@klintner

How do you keep your passion moving in a forward direction without letting little distractions detour you?

Nov 25, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Chris and Lori’s Become Aligned course

-EventLuv

-How being an author in 2019 is really five jobs in one

-The third door to success

-Avoiding the comparison spiral

-Giving yourself permission to be mindfully angry 

-Being a work in progress

-The lessons of betrayal

-Letting people show you who they are

 

Resources:

-becomealigned.com

-eventluv.com

-Twitter: @AlexBanayan

-Facebook: @AlexBanayan

-Instagram: @alexbanayan

-The Third Door: The Wild Quest to Uncover How the World’s Most Successful People Launched Their Careers

 

Show Notes:

Author of The Third Door Alex Banayan returns to the podcast to talk about what his life has been like since his book came out. In this conversation we don’t just cover the positive aspects of his success. We also go deep into pain, betrayal and anger, and the lessons we can draw from them. 

 

Question Highlights:

  • How do you get your book out there once it’s written? 
  • What is one of the biggest lessons that you've extracted from pushing something out into the world that has been such a labor of love? 
  • How do you manage your mindset when things aren’t looking perfect?
  • How do you deal with things that feel incomplete and are never going to feel right to you?
  • How do you balance the desire to not offend and disappoint but also own who you are and where you've come from?
  • How do you learn to walk away and know that you can’t fix a relationships?

 

Guest Bio:

Alex Banayan is the only nationally bestselling business author under 30 in America. His book The Third Door: The Wild Quest to Uncover How the World’s Most Successful People Launched Their Careers has been translated into more than a dozen languages. Over the course of his unprecedented seven-year journey, Banayan interviewed the most innovative leaders of the past half-century, including Bill Gates, Lady Gaga, Larry King, Maya Angelou, Steve Wozniak, Jane Goodall, Jessica Alba, Quincy Jones, and more.

The day before his freshman-year final exams Banayan hacked The Price is Right, won a sailboat, sold it, and used the money to fund his larger-than-life adventure. Since then, Banayan has been named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, Business Insider’s Most Powerful People Under 30, and has been featured in major media, including The Washington Post, Fortune, CNBC, MSNBC, Fox News, and NBC News. An acclaimed keynote speaker, Banayan has presented the Third Door framework to business conferences and corporate leadership teams around the world, including Apple, Google, Nike, IBM, Snapchat, Salesforce and Disney.

Nov 21, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

  • Courage, confidence and self-compassion
  • Changing your environment to support new habits
  • Facing fear because it’s part of evolving
  • Building a tribe of people who love you no matter what

 

Resources:

 

Show Notes:

Courage, confidence and self-compassion are not something that we’re born with. They are built, and we need to build them in the right environment so pay attention to the people that you're around, what you're listening to and what you're choosing to think. If we have not changed what we are hearing, seeing and believing, then our old habits are being reinforced. I hope today’s quickie serves as a reminder or way for you to be able to get back to the heart-centered reason of WHY you’re working on your dreams.

Nov 20, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Evans’ impending wedding (it’s so close!)

-Consistently putting yourself out there

-The many forms of support

-Couples counselling

 

Resources:

-Learn more: The Bliss Project

-Learn more: eventluv.com

-Read: A Tribe Called Bliss

-Learn more: Still Soul Studio (in Charleston, S.C.)

 

Show Notes:

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about relationships. We cover how you can support your partner or spouse even when you don’t want to do everything they do and how to communicate about problems before you turn into a big ball of resentment.

 

Review of the Week:

Lexi__Bean

You two are the fun teachers!
Lori and Evans! You two are a match made in podcast heaven!! You two are the fun teachers that we all loved in school but still learned so much in the process. You both make self development fun, exciting, and FUNNY! Everything clicks so much faster when I listen to Questionably Awesome! I also love your other episodes, Lori. You choose the best guests and I love that you have something for every mood I'm in! Hands down my favorite podcast EVER!!! Love and blessings to you both!

 

Question 1:

@_erinjeanne

I'd love to know how to balance between compromise and non-negotiables.

 

Question 2:

@amandaibarkley

I'm so self-conscious in relationships, I can never tell if they actually like me. Help!

Nov 18, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Chris and Lori’s Become Aligned course

-David’s childhood with a single mother and five siblings

-Being driven to buy his mom a house and a car

-Becoming a millionaire nine months out of law school

-Giving away his first paycheck after losing everything

-Understanding time and ego

-Learning to stay in business

-Radical humility

 

Resources:

-dmeltzer.com

-Instagram: @davidmeltzer

-YouTube: David Meltzer

-LinkedIn: David Meltzer

-Listen: The Playbook podcast

-Watch: Elevator Pitch

-Becomealigned.com

 

Show Notes:

David Meltzer is a sports marketing genius and serial entrepreneur who lives his life by the principles of gratitude, empathy, accountability and effective communication. Utilizing these principles allows him to live by his mission, which is to make a lot of money, help a lot of people and have a lot of fun. And I gained so much wisdom from this conversation. If you have an idea to start a business, if you have a business, if you have an idea, or even just a pulse, you're going to love this episode. Listen in to hear how David’s loss of a $100 million portfolio led him to reassess his values and find the clarity, balance and focus he needed to pursue his real potential. 

 

Question Highlights:

-What are the keys to clear, loving communication and having tough conversations?

-What was it like when you realized you were about to lose everything? 

-Do you plan everything on your calendar?

-How do we overcome the fear of rejection when we ask for help?

-How do you know when to go full throttle on your vision?

-Do you suffer from distraction and comparison?

 

Guest Bio:

David Meltzer is currently the CEO of Sports 1 Marketing, one of the world’s leading sports and entertainment marketing agencies, which he co-founded with Hall of Fame Quarterback Warren Moon. Prior to S1M, he spent 25 years as an entrepreneur in legal technology, sports and entertainment industries as CEO of the world’s first smartphone, the PC-EPhone, and later as CEO of the world’s most notable sports agency, Leigh Steinberg Sports and Entertainment.

Nov 14, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Choosing to focus on the positive and the potential

-The importance of taking care of your health

-Giving yourself permission to feel doubt

-Limiting the amount of decisions you have to make

-Borrowing faith and belief when you need to

 

Resources:

-Learn more: eventluv.com

-Learn more: The Bliss Project

-Read: A Tribe Called Bliss

-Read: Sleep Smarter

-Read: The Happiness Advantage

 

Show Notes:

I just got back from an amazing trip to NYC. That city, I swear to you, is like the most amazing perspective shifter. It's so incredible to me how this city of millions and millions of people just thrives in the chaos. I think it’s a perfect example of how you can choose to focus on either the negative or the positive. Coming back from my trip I got a head cold so I’m not feeling great. When I’m feeling under the weather is when I start doubting myself. And I realized that at this time of building a new company, I'm going to have to take even better care of myself. So if you want to be successful, pay attention to who you're around, what you're listening to, what you're doing and what you're eating. Just remember that your foundation and what you're capable of doing will really come from how much you take care of yourself and how much you focus on trying to build willpower. I hope today’s quickie serves as a reminder or way for you to be able to get back to the heart-centered reason of WHY you’re working on your dreams.

Nov 13, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-The human need to be challenged

-Embracing everything in life, including the problems

-Staying grounded when you’re pivoting

-Keeping your to-do list short

-Why fixing things for people is a disservice

 

Resources:

-Learn more: The Bliss Project

-Learn more: eventluv.com

-Read: A Tribe Called Bliss

 

Show Notes:

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I are talking about pivots. Learn how to tell when you’re pivoting too often, when you need to pivot and how to keep yourself sane in the process of doing something challenging and new. 

 

Review of the Week:

Danye

Bathrobes Anonymous Thank You! For giving permission to all of us to spend more time working from home in our fluffy pink bathrobes! When can we expect for this fashion trend to be acceptable out of the house? Ah, I love all of the episodes but I truly enjoy the mindless banter and wisdom of your Q and A days! Loved hearing from Lindsey as well! I hope y’all are having an amazing time putting the details for EventLuv together! Love y’all, -Danye- <3

 

Question 1:

@tay_pelletier
How do you handle multiple pivots at a time in different areas of your life? Help!

 

Question 2:

@pivotaljourney

How do you pivot away from something that doesn't give you joy when that thing is in need of you and your heart won't let you hurt those that care for you?

 

Question 3:

@emilykund

How often is too often to pivot?

Nov 11, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Chris and Lori’s Become Aligned course

-Erin’s childhood challenges

-How Erin visualized her success before it happened

-Dr. Shannon Irvine’s exercise for turning negative thoughts into positive ones

-Appreciating who you really are

-Why asking for help benefits everyone

 

Resources:

-fitrockerchick.com

-Instagram: @fitrockerchick

-becomealigned.com

 

Show Notes:

Erin Mullins Sanderson grew up in South Dakota then moved to Nashville after high school to pursue a career in music. She found success as a singer/songwriter but after a while realized that she didn’t want to be on tour anymore. She found other avenues to share her music but also branched out into her other interests - fashion design, skin care and helping women become who they’re supposed to be. Today Erin has her own brand called Fit Rocker Chick and runs a membership program for women who don’t need anyone’s stamp of approval.



Question Highlights:

 

-What were some super transformative moments for you growing up? 

 

-When you moved to Nashville, how did you find people who believed in you?

-Where did your confidence to perform come from?

-What were you feeling when you knew you shouldn't be touring anymore?

 

-As well as being a singer, you're into wellness, designing clothing and skincare. When did all those things come about?  

 

-How do we start believing that we're worthy? 

-What do you do when you keep slipping back into the old version of yourself?

 

Guest Bio:

Erin Mullins Sanderson, aka “Fit Rocker Chick”, is an internationally recognized style influencer, non-toxic beauty junkie, skilled musician, thyroid health advocate and online personality who has shared the stage with acts like Evanescence, Halestorm, Candlebox, & Skillet. Her songs have been featured on MTV, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Fuse TV, and many more.

Erin is the author of ​EnergyEats,​ creator of the​ "She's A Rock Chick" Girl-Gang​ and her highly anticipated new skin care line '​SKIN'. It's her no B.S. approach to life that has attracted an online reach of over 300,000 people, and allowed her the opportunity to help thousands of women gain confidence and become the woman they want to be!

When Erin is not hanging out with her bearded hunk, fur babies, or her virtual girl gang, she’s either watching Lord of the Rings, researching a natural alternative to Botox or buying tickets for Aerosmith’s upcoming Vegas residency!

Erin has built her tribe on authenticity and talking about the things that most people won't all while maintaining her mission to help women embrace their flaws, crush their excuses, gain confidence and live a life worthy of leather pants and red lipstick on the daily!

Nov 7, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Lindsey Schwartz and Lori’s workshop for aspiring speakers and leaders

-Why indecision is a decision to suffer

-The triangle of analyzing, exhausting and executing

-Why stupid questions are brilliant questions

 

Resources:

-Learn more: eventluv.com

-Learn more: The Bliss Project

-Read: A Tribe Called Bliss

 

Show Notes:

In this episode I’m talking about moving through indecision. There's a lot of things that I know in my business that I need to get better at such as implementing systems and a good onboarding process. And instead of doing those things, I do the things that are easier but won’t move the needle. Then I feel like I'm choosing suffering by putting something off that I know needs to happen. It’s so important to make a decision and execute because that’s the only way you’re going to get feedback. I hope today’s quickie serves as a reminder or way for you to be able to get back to the heart-centered reason of WHY you’re working on your dreams.

Nov 6, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Lori and Evans’ Thanksgiving plans

-How things that suck balls can transform into something good

-Radical candor

-Ditching the shame game

-Checking in with the lady doctor

 

Resources:

-Learn more: The Bliss Project

-Learn more: eventluv.com

-Read: A Tribe Called Bliss

-Watch: Radical Candor

-Read: Radical Candor

 

Show Notes:

Time for another Q&A Day with me and Evans! Listen in as we answer questions that you have sent in, and hear our favorite quotes of the moment! In today’s “questionably awesome” episode, Evans and I dish out all sorts of relationship advice and give a shoutout to couples therapy and bathroom quickies.

 

Review of the Week:

C*Clarke

"There is no question, just awesome! Lori and Evans travel with me to and from work often. So much that I feel like we get each other. I love the variety of episodes and interviews because it keeps things real and shows the dimensions of a human being vs just one side. My favorite is questionably awesome, to which there is no question about it, it just IS awesome! Thank you Lori and thank you Evans for being authentic, and courageous and goofy and giving us a spectrum of being that is so relatable and inspiring. I will continue to laugh and answer ‘heck yeah!’ to your words of wisdom on my commute to and from work and joy give a poop if the car next to me thinks I’m talking and laughing to myself. Much love.

IG @colleenclarkecoaching


Question 1:

@krysta.ingram

How do you keep the spark alive with kids and a schedule with the army that leaves little couple time?

 

Question 2:

@empowermentwithelizabeth

I just had a relationship end due to communication issues. Any tips on being open even when bringing up topics you feel shame around?

Nov 4, 2019

In This Episode You Will Learn About:

-Chris and Lori’s Become Aligned course

-How Suzanne lived the first 30 years of her life trying to please other people

-Her five quantum tools to shift into the vibration, energy and thought process of attracting our dreams 

-Where quantum physics meets the law of attraction

-Aligning with the energy of love or above

-Staying on course when you’re being tested



Resources:

-Tedx Talk: How to use quantum physics to make your dreams a reality

-Learn more: suzanneadamsinc.com

-Instagram: @suzanneadamsinc

-becomealigned.com

 

Show Notes:

Earlier this year Suzanne Adams humanized the term quantum physics with her Tedx talk about making your dreams a reality. Join us for this conversation about how to manifest your dreams and not let negativity get in the way.

 

Question Highlights:

-Why are so many people stepping into their dreams right now? 

-What do you mean when you say, turn up your frequency?

-What should you do when you’re stuck in a loop of checking your social media or being stressed?

-How do you shift into what you want when you can’t picture it yet?

-What do you do when you feel intimidated by people?

-Do we instantly attract something super negative when our energy is out for a little while?

 

Guest Bio:

As a seasoned speaker who has taken the mic on NBC, The CW, and Fox—as well as at conferences ranging from Mindvalley, TEDx, The Hay House World Summit and WEX—Suzanne Adams is creating a powerful ripple of inspiration and positivity. She is a bestselling author on a mission to help you reach your highest potential and the co-founder and CEO of Ignite and Expand a transformational coaching company that offers events and programs across the globe.

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