habits Tag

How to Voice our needs and Ask for Support

As you are changing and upleveling your habits, it’s a good idea to inform others. Not only does this help you stay accountable to yourself by letting others know, but it also gives your people a heads-up. On today’s show Alexandra Epple and I talk about how you can feel best supported as the person you want to be, how to voice your needs, and how to ask for support from the people in your life that are closest to you.We all need guidance, space, and time in order...

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How to Ask for Support with Habit Evolution

As you are changing your habits, it’s simply kind to inform others. Not only does that help you stay accountable to yourself by having others know, it also gives your people a heads-up. The real boon here is that you can also deliberately and specifically ask for support.In asking, we are humbled. We admit that we are interdependent, not isolated, and that we affect each other. Let me show you the simplest most effective way I’ve found to mobilize support. And, you’ll be more likely to support others on their...

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[Learn Ayurveda] Instill the Habits of Enlightenment

 The habits of yogis are based on biohacking. The yogis needed mental clarity for spiritual attainment. To achieve this mental clarity, they found out that optimizing how their bodies functioned was key. All systems needed some upgrading, from the most mundane like taking a great poop in the early morning to deep-tissue hydration and lubrication, to refined nutrient absorption and tissue formation, to sound rest and cellular repair. When the physical body is optimized, the mind becomes clear, the emotions become loving, and from this ground our are more open, receptive and internally...

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Mentoring Teens on the Habits from Yogis from Ayurveda

About 12 years ago I witnessed Maya’s birth. I was there in the role of birth doula, but I wasn’t much help. It was my first birth. Maya being stubborn, was a little stubborn about coming out. Twelve years later, Maya is fired up to test the habits in Body Thrive. She wants to see how good she can feel.In this role as a mentor to Maya on her Body Thrive journey we kick off how I always kick off. I want to know exactly what success looks like for...

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Smarten Up Your Technology Habits with Nir Eyal

We all use smart phones, computers, tablets. Are they dumbing us down or smartening us up? That depends on how you use them. Listen to this episode with Nir Eyal on designing your behavior to suit your life. Nir helps tech companies design our behaviors. Lucky for us, this smart dude, author of best-seller Hooked, is in the game to help us be more conscious, smarter, happier, and healthier human beings. I rap with Nir Eyal about Smarten Up Your Technology HabitsLearn his 4 part method to behavior evolution Find...

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Dharma, Your Values, + Community Activism with a Book Club

I received this email (in full print below) from Jen Churchill about a month ago. Jen had just finished hosting a Body Thrive Book Club on the high school campus where she teaches yoga and raises her 4 kids.Jen's experience as a book club leader was riveting - what one woman can do with a book to create change on a residential high school campus - I had to get the inside scoop.In today's podcast I talk with Jen Churchill and the tidal wave of change she created. I also talk about...

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Meditate with a Partner

You may have heard that meditation will help your relationship. Meditation makes you more present, more aware, more curious, more efficient, more available, more resilient, more skillfully communicative, flexible in how you show up and respond, more empathic (aka “nicer to hang with), smarter, more intuitive, less afraid, and more ethical. (For research see here.)Obviously, any one of those side benefits to meditation would drastically improve your relationship with yourself first, and with your partner second. But, know that when you become a meditator, all of these side benefits will...

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Working online vs. in person in your wellness career with Rachel Cook and Amanda Cook

If you’re a breathing human in 2016 you’ve heard the reel that you can make a million online. And this is true. I know from personal experience. It’s just that it’s a little complicated. Were here to have this conversation. What can online do for you? What can offline do for you? Let’s find out These are the meaty question I discuss with my sister wellness career coaches, Rachel Cook and Amanda Cook.Why you want to tune in:Decipher the benefits of being online for YOU Decipher the most streamlines, least complicated approach...

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