Ft. Crystallin Dillon
Communication and understanding is what often creates the strongest connections. Yet for some reason, many of us find it extremely difficult to connect the two! Whether you can’t communicate how you really feel, or perhaps you are communicating, but your message is not being interpreted in the way you intended.
This is an extremely frustrating reality for many, and is often what causes havoc in relationships both personally and professionally. In this episode, Crystallin is unpacking the importance of understanding how to communicate with impact, so that your messages, and responses are deeply understood by yourself and the receiver.
Crystallin is the founder of an amazing community called “The Bay Area T-Group” and she has an abundance of knowledge on the practice of mindful communication, designed to cultivate self-awareness and thriving relationships in both your personal and professional life.
In this episode, Crystallin gives us key insights into how even people with great skill sets can flounder and fail if they cannot communicate effectively and build strong, resilient relationships.
Crystallin helps us get clear on how to communicate your message openly and effectively, so you can make an impact and create thriving connections across your personal and professional life.
You can find Crystallin and all details to attend her T-Group, over at www.crystallindillon.com
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.
Ft. Benny Wallington
Benny Wallington is the Founder of 101 Tokens, a global smart drinking movement that guides thousands of people in 76 different countries around the world to redefine their relationship with alcohol. He is a champion of collaboration and innovation and has worked in Advertising, Technology, Banking and Start-Up sectors.
In this podcast, Benny walks us through how we can turn our biggest vices into some of our most well practiced virtues. Benny takes us on a journey and tells us how he went from drinking most days, into creating a mindful movement with alcohol for not just himself, but thousands of other people. Benny discovered that the process he used to redefine his relationship with alcohol can be used with all vices, and shows us that it is not about working against them, but rather finding ways for them to serve you!
If you have tried to quit some of your most tempting habits only to fail, this podcast will show how you can use “Vice Optimisation” for peak performance, and go from struggling to thriving in just a few short steps.
If you want to get in touch with Benny you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit his website at www.bennywallington.com
Featuring: Ronen Aires
Ronen is an entrepreneur, a youth specialist, public speaker and general lover of life he is the founder and CEO of Student Village, a business that has earned acclaim as one of the South Africa’s most successful student marketing and graduate development specialists.
After leaving successful career as an investment banker at age 25 (a self-confessed early mid-life crisis) he followed his entrepreneurial spirit to start Student Village.
During this episode Ronen shares his recent quest to heal from generational trauma and find his purpose. He shares insights into how we find our path, how the forces of frustration can lead to freedom and his extraordinary experience of assisted plant based and psychedelic therapy that helped him open the door to a new season and a deeper purpose.
Connect with Ronen:
Student Village: https://studentvillage.co.za/
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!
Podcast: Coming soon
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