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80: Ryan Hurst — How to Exercise with Purpose and Playfulness

80: Ryan Hurst — How to Exercise with Purpose and Playfulness

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Reminder: I’m starting every podcast episode by addressing one topic or answering one question that you bring to my attention via our WLC Podcast email address: podcast@wholelifechallenge.com. Send anything you think would be of value for me to see or any thought or question you’d like me to talk about or answer. While I can’t guarantee your question or topic will get addressed on the podcast, I do promise to read what you send!

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Miki Agrawal

79: Miki Agrawal — The Unconventional Inventor of Tushy and THINX

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NOTE: This podcast and the write-up contain adult language.

Reminder: I’m starting every podcast episode by addressing one topic or answering one question that you bring to my attention via our WLC Podcast email address: podcast@wholelifechallenge.com. Send anything you think would be of value for me to see or any thought or question you’d like me to talk about or answer.

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78: Jay Jacobs — Lessons for the New Year from a Biggest Loser Finalist

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Reminder: I’m starting every podcast episode by addressing one topic or answering one question that you bring to my attention via our WLC Podcast email address: podcast@wholelifechallenge.com. Send anything you think would be of value for me to see or any thought or question you’d like me to talk about or answer. While I can’t guarantee your question or topic will get addressed on the podcast, I do promise to read what you send!

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77: Nick Green — On a Mission to Bring Healthy Food to Everyone

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You may have heard of Thrive Market (think Whole Foods meets Costco), but you may not have heard of its co-founder and co-CEO, Nick Green. Nick started Thrive as a wholesale buying club with a mission to make healthy living easy and affordable for every American family. It was a risky venture, since nothing like it had ever before been attempted.…

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75: Dr. Andrew Hill — The Surprising Things a Brain Scan (and My Mother) Revealed

75: Dr. Andrew Hill — The Surprising Things a Brain Scan (and My Mother) Revealed

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Dr. Andrew Hill is one of the top peak performance coaches in the country. He holds a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience from UCLA’s department of Psychology and does research on attention and cognitive performance. Dr. Hill is the founder of Peak Brain Institute, host of the Head First Podcast with Dr. Hill, Lead Neuroscientist at truBrain, and lectures at UCLA, teaching courses in psychology, neuroscience, and gerontology.…

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74: Dr. Kirk Parsley — A Navy SEAL Doctor’s Unconventional Sleep Advice

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When was the last time you heard someone talk about getting in shape and losing weight and they said they were going to start by addressing sleep? I’m in the health and fitness business, and I’ve never heard someone say that.

Why not? Sleep isn’t sexy. Getting more sleep means having less time to do other things. In the type-A, results-oriented, success-driven world we live in, many people look at sleep as a waste of time.…

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Rafe Furst

73: Rafe Furst — Why Good Decisions and Good Outcomes Are Not the Same

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Rafe Furst, a graduate from Stanford in computer science, has seen his share of swings in the tech and business world, having been involved with startups since the mid-1990s. He’s also an avid poker player, both in private games and public tournaments, once winning a World Series of Poker Championship. He’s raised millions for charitable causes over the years and is a pioneer in quantitative venture capital, a nascent field based on the convergence of equity crowdfunding, complexity economics, and securities law reform.…

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72: Tinier Tim Bauer — How He Lost 250 Pounds

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Imagine you’re a motivational speaker for a living (I know, it’s a stretch for me too), and you’re asked to give a talk to a bunch of college students about unhealthy addictions — one of which is overeating. Now imagine you weigh over 450lbs, have a 58-inch waist and wear size XXXXXL clothing. See the problem?

This was the exact scenario my guest this week faced.…

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Whole Life Podcast 71: Adam Stanecki — On Life, Listening, and Living Authentically

71: Adam Stanecki — On Life, Listening, and Living Authentically

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“I am coming to the realization — albeit slowly — that to be content, you have to be authentic. And to be authentic, you have to be vulnerable. If you’re not open to the problems that come in life and aren’t willing to accept setbacks and failures and ridicule and criticism and wear that and move forward, you’re going to be in trouble.” — Adam Stanecki

Adam Stanecki joins me this week from The Sunshine Coast of Australia for the latest installment of the WLC Podcast.…

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70: Mary Shenouda — The Paleo Chef, on Living Your Dream Life

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“Everything that matters in my life came after ‘f**k it.’ So there’s just so much magic on the other side of ‘f**k it!’” ~ Mary Shenouda, The Paleo Chef

Have you ever thought about what you would do if you just said, ‘f**k it?”

Seriously.

Stop and think about that for a minute.…

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69: Curtis Estes — Measuring Your Way to an Extraordinary Life

69: Curtis Estes — Measuring Your Way to an Extraordinary Life

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Curtis Estes has been a wealth management advisor for Northwestern Mutual for 25 years and is, quite frankly, a superstar. He has built an expansive network of people he serves all over Southern California — his book of business is a Who’s Who of Los Angeles. But that isn’t why I invited him to be on the podcast.

Curtis is a lifelong committed learner — a student of life.…

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