Ft. Rachel Barbanel-Fried
Rachel is a Clinical Psychologist and Optimal Performance Consultant. She has a holistic approach to understanding how people operate within their worlds. She is also an experienced Yoga Teacher and is certified to teach Mindfulness – Based Stress Reduction.
In a demanding world of the hustle and bustle of life, Rachel talks us through why it is so important that we stop to find our calm. With so much to do, Rachel breaks down key concepts that we can include in our everyday lives, that will make a significant difference in how we show up. Rachel helps us to understand how we are biologically wired, and how we can find our calm in a world that demands so much from us. From focusing on the breath, right down to what we are eating, Rachel helps us to grasp the simplicity in creating even just an ounce of tranquillity throughout our days.
If you are finding yourself feeling exhausted, stressed or depleted just by keeping up with your basic demands of life this is a must listen!
Rachel has a wealth of knowledge and uses history and present situations to create a powerful path towards success for individuals from all walks of life.
If you would like to get in touch with Rachel head to her website at www.drrbf.com/
or follow her on Instagram @doctorrbf for some great content.
Featuring: Allison Sutter & Ian Ellis
This episode is dear to my heart for a number of reasons.
The content was recorded back in 2015 and repurposed with permission by the incredible Allison Sutter, M. Ed, author of Accelerate Your Mojo: 7 Simple Steps to Ignite Intuition, Shake off Fear, and Unleash the Real You. You can learn more about Allison and her innovative approach to spiritual growth and conscious creation on the Accelerate Your Mojo: The Book and More Podcast or at living360coaching.
Featuring Dr. Sarah Sarkis
nDr. Sarah Sarkis is a psychologist, writer, and performance consultant with a private practice in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her integrated approach is big on science, low on bullshit, empowering her clients to achieve long term change and growth through an eclectic blend of psychology, neurobiology, and functional medicine. During this epic episode Sarah not only shares her personal journey into the world of psychology via her interest in forensic psychology which saw her working with incarcerated criminals.
She shares how she approaches her Doctor patient relationship then we move on to juicy conversations around neurobiology, leadership, making sense of the world through our own unique patterning, and how we can rewrite the stories that our meaning making machine creates. She also provides insights into what happens when we want someone else to change… but they just aren’t changing! Definitely worth hanging in to the end for this one!
Sarah’s blog, The Padded Room, is your virtual safe space to help you manage the jarring realities of life. There, you’ll find a soft landing for life’s harshest truths. I encourage you to check it out at drsarahsarkis.com.
Featuring: Justen lee
Justen Lee is a 25-year-old with a bit of a tricky to define title. He works in Austin Texas as an addiction recovery coach, life coach, movement coach, health and wellness guide with a background in culinary arts. Some of his other passions include rock climbing, surfing, martial arts and philosophy. But we’re not here to talk about his passions, we’re here to hear about his life changing experience that saw him go from addict to living on purpose.
In this episode Justen shares his story of remarkable transformation, from feeling like he was pretty sure he was going to die, to buying a one way ticket to the Bahamas in the a last ditch effort to see whether extracts of the African root medicine Ibogo, (the purified alkaloid ibogaine) could help him turn things around. Follow Justen through his experience of having his mind wiped clean and a how he used the post treatment effects of greater neuroplasticity to write a new script for all areas of his life.
Justen shares wise tips of how we can all escape the “boxed in” life and fill the emptiness that led him to his addictions.
An episode not to be missed!
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Featuring Guy Lawrence, Georgia Ellis & Elizabeth Jackson
Special thanks to Elizabeth Jackson and JoyFM for allowing us to re-purpose the 7th Episode of the "Hot Entrepreneur Podcast"
Hot Entrepreneur showcases stories, hints, and advice from Australian and New Zealand entrepreneurs who have achieved local and global success with their businesses.
Too many people give up before their business takes off and in this episode Guy Lawrence and I (Georgia Ellis) talk with Elizabeth about what we have learnt from neuroscience and how it can help entrepreneurs achieve success.
Georgia Ellis is a Law abiding, Rule breaking, Fear conquering, Future Creating and a Super Curious Human Being - Yep that's me!