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The Parenting Framework with Dr. Tracy Wilson

In this episode, we discuss about:

  • The foundation of parent and child relationship
  • Wilson’s helpful approaches and strategies
  • Process for dads based on foundational principles. 
  • What exactly does Dr. Wilson educate Dads with
  • Where should parents focus
  • Dr. Wilson's fear with raising daughters

Summary:

In this episode, we talk about parenthood with Dr. Tracy Wilson, an Author, Dad, Chiropractor, Speaker, Educator, Founder of The Dad Forge Podcast. Discover Wilson’s helpful approaches and strategies that will open your eyes to a new perspective and heartwarming inspiration of being a great DAD.

Joining the parent club can really feel like riding in a fast upside-down roller coaster alone, no manual on how to maneuver things but no one knows better than Wilson himself who formed a process for dads based on foundational principles.

Quotes:

“Rules without relationship equals rebellion "

If you just have rules with your kids, and there's not that relationship, they'll just rebel

“Relationship is so much more important than anything else

If you tell your kids, I love you and I love you unconditionally, in the teenage years, they'll test that they’ll find out. Now do something...that’s one of those things that we discovered.

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The Worst Comes When You Don’t Take Care Of Your Body

In this episode, we discuss about:

  • The journey of Dr. Kristina Stitcher as a chiropractor
  • How she balances life, work and family
  • Her battle through cancer
  • Why you should take care of yourself
  • Healthy lifestyle practices
  • How her kids cope with the changes in their lifestyle.

Summary:

Are you giving yourself the best health it needs?

Are you having enough rest and sleep after a very long and tiring day?

The owner of Family First Chiropractic and Wellness Center, Dr. Kristina Stitcher, shares her struggles when she found out she had cancer. Being a Health Advocate, it became painful and frustrating for her to accept her illness. But it didn't stop her from living the life she wants.

In this episode, we'll discover how she survived it through the help of people around her and what she did to overcome it.

Learn how to listen to your body and not push it to its limit. The consequences might not happen right away, but it will, one day. Take your time to invest in the ones that matter and enjoy every moment of your life.

Quotes:

“Slow down and smell the flowers, don't just wish away your life"

“You don't need to do it all right at this moment”

“The practice is always gonna be there in the best of ways but your health needs to be taken care in the highest ways”

“The purpose of life is to feel more, not necessarily just to feel better”

“Create your legacy as you live it”

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The Importance Of Consistency with Bas Rutten

In this episode, we discuss about:

  • Bas’ workout routine
  • The number of surgeries Bas went through
  • Mental transition from athlete to injury
  • The bare knuckle
  • How Bas got to where he is today
  • The amount of work behind a few minutes of fame
  • Advice Bas would give to his 20-25 year old self
  • Struggling to mimic success
  • The importance of consistency
  • What keeps Bas going
  • Putting the time in

Summary:

Today I am having a conversation with Bas Rutten, Dutch actor and retired mixed martial artist, kickboxer and professional wrestler. Bas came to America in 1997, 21 years ago when he was in his early 30s. At the time he was still fighting, but also began taking acting classes. Bas played in The Kingdom of Ultimate Power and Here Comes the Boom.

As a kid, Bas was instilled with a very strong work ethic. In his early teens he was working five jobs and working for everything he had. He attributes a great portion of his drive and confidence in his ability to be successful to the work ethic that was instilled in him. Bas has a genuine passion for people and truly enjoys working with people, which makes it easier for him to be successful, do new things and interact with people.

Bas and I talk about a variety of things during this episode, including the various surgeries Bas endured, his workout routing and how it has evolved, his journey to where he is to day and what motivates and drives Bas.

Quotes:

“Every punch is to kill”

“The best life hack of all is just to put the work in and never give up.”

“If you want to change your life – you hold all the cards – you’re going to have to change it.”

“If you don’t shoot, you’ll always miss.”

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Times are chaotic and that does not mean you have to participate. You have a foundation and I am willing to support you.

In this episode, we discuss about:

  • What to do when we find ourselves lost
  • The benefits of being with nature
  • The foundation of our values
  • Reminding yourself how beautiful the world is
  • Nothing in life can break you down
  • Being kind to the  people around you.

Summary:

Join us as we talk about the chaotic world we have right now. Let’s discuss how it affects us emotionally, spiritually, and mentally. Life has a lot of challenges to give, but we should never forget that it can help us be a better person. Don’t forget that you can always survive any struggles in life if you think about the right values, your family, friends, and experiences have taught. Despite the chaos, you also have to remind yourself how beautiful the world is.

Nature can heal you, never hesitate to unplug from the hustle and bustle of the city. Spend time with yourself and be kind to the people around you. Everyone has their battle, always choose to be helpful.

Quotes:

“As I finished this meditation, I felt more grounded.”

“Accept how beautiful life is.”

“It is really important that we get back to our foundation.”

“To love yourself unconditionally is to respect yourself to make a choice.”

“Remind yourself daily how beautiful nature and people are.”

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The Start Of Happy Healthy with Dr. Rob Vasquez

In this episode, we discuss about:

  • Bas’ workout routine
  • The number of surgeries Bas went through
  • Mental transition from athlete to injury
  • The bare knuckle
  • How Bas got to where he is today
  • The amount of work behind a few minutes of fame
  • Advice Bas would give to his 20-25 year old self
  • Struggling to mimic success
  • The importance of consistency
  • What keeps Bas going
  • Putting the time in

Summary:

Today I am having a conversation with Bas Rutten, Dutch actor and retired mixed martial artist, kickboxer and professional wrestler. Bas came to America in 1997, 21 years ago when he was in his early 30s. At the time he was still fighting, but also began taking acting classes. Bas played in The Kingdom of Ultimate Power and Here Comes the Boom.

As a kid, Bas was instilled with a very strong work ethic. In his early teens he was working five jobs and working for everything he had. He attributes a great portion of his drive and confidence in his ability to be successful to the work ethic that was instilled in him. Bas has a genuine passion for people and truly enjoys working with people, which makes it easier for him to be successful, do new things and interact with people.

Bas and I talk about a variety of things during this episode, including the various surgeries Bas endured, his workout routing and how it has evolved, his journey to where he is to day and what motivates and drives Bas.

Quotes:

“Every punch is to kill”

“The best life hack of all is just to put the work in and never give up.”

“If you want to change your life – you hold all the cards – you’re going to have to change it.”

“If you don’t shoot, you’ll always miss.”

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The 7 Secrets to Healthy Relationships with Don Miguel Jr.

In this episode, we discuss about:

  • The 7 Secrets to Healthy Relationships
  • Releasing and letting go of projected ideas
  • Continually renewing a high level of relationship
  • Saying you’re okay when you’re not okay
  • Do you really want to be in this relationship
  • Forgiveness and forgiving yourself
  • Disruption from social media
  • An addiction to suffering
  • How we treat people we are close to vs strangers
  • Enlightenment, discipline and success
  • Summary:

    As we heal, we open up. Today I am speaking with Don Miguel Ruiz. We talk about a variety of topics from respecting your will and the will of beloved ones to forgiveness. It’s your life and it’s your consequences. What do you want out of life? What do you want out of this relationship?

    Stop pretending to be something you are not. The last step of healing is always forgiveness. Forgiveness is the moment you stop wanting the past to be any different. We also chat about emotions. We are not robots void of emotions. We have a full spectrum of emotions.

    If I pretend to be something I’m not, that will damage all of my relationships. Ultimately it’s about being true to you.

    Learn more about Don Miguel Ruiz, his book The 7 Secrets to Healthy Relationships and various great insights during our conversations as we explore healthy relationships and what it takes to have a healthy relationship.

    Quotes:

    “When you’re forcing a yes instead of a no, that’s when resentment comes in.”

    “Every action has a consequence, depending on what consequence you want.”

    “Temptation only exists up to the moment of choice.”

    “To love yourself unconditionally is to respect yourself to make a choice.”

    “What of the hardest people to forgive is ourselves.”

    “The key to enlightenment is effort.”

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    Parenting and the differences in parenting with Jason Richardson

    In this episode, we discuss about:

  • What Jason is up to right now
  • Jason’s background and how he got into speaking
  • The transition
  • The role racing played in Jason’s life
  • Lessons Jason has learned from being there to support his kids
  • Parenting and the differences in parenting
  • Having a thing
  • Elements of a mindset that are elevated
  • Letting a fantasy be a fantasy
  • Transitioning away from pain and suffering
  • Redefining what your wins are
  • Letting go of the ego and just being happy
  • What does winning look like in your life?
  • The first three things Jason would do to rebuild your brand
  • Summary:

    Today I am having a conversation with Jason Richardson. Jason was a pro athlete, has an MBA and a doctorate in psychology. Jason is a lot of things and has achieved great success. He isn’t defined by what he does to make money. Learn more about Jason and his climb to success during this episode.

    Jason grew up in New Jersey. His parents were divorced as long as he could remember. He had step parents on both sides. His Dad lived in Las Vegas. Spent most time growing up in New Jersey and then later moved to Las Vegas with his Dad.

    Jason and I talk about a variety of things during this episode, including his background, the decision he made not to quit after getting hurt, lessons he learned throughout his life time and how he got into speaking. We dive into the importance of letting a fantasy be a fantasy. Sometimes you can think about wanting to do something but not actually want it enough to put in the effort and make the sacrifices. If you aren’t willing to put the work in, don’t beat yourself up when you don’t get there or accomplish the goal.

    Quotes:

    “I am a world champion pro athlete with an MBA and doctorate in psychology and I’m ruining my kids’ lives too”

    “If some talent is there, it really comes down to a choice.”

    “Save yourself, just save yourself.”

    “There’s going to be pain with whatever you are stretching for.”

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    Helping People be Present with Jacob Penaranda

    In this episode, we discuss about:

  • Jacob’s story and who he is
  • Becoming your environment
  • Needing to gain respect through violence
  • Advice Jacob would give to his 18 year-old self
  • Dealing through pain through drugs and violence
  • Helping people be present
  • Relative deprivation
  • Primary question
  • How can I find meaning in this?
  • How Jacob has used what he’s learned
  • What Jacob is doing now
  • Responding vs reacting
  • Summary:

    Today I am having a conversation with Jacob Penaranda. He currently strives to end mass incarceration. Jacob speaks wherever he is called to speak. Jacob believes human beings should be treated like human beings if we expect them to be as such. People tend to fear what they don’t know. He believes we need a society that rises up and is there for the community,

    Jacob went to prison for unoccupied burglary and spent the last year of his sentence on confinement. As a child, he grew up in Miami. He gravitated towards violence and wound up serving time for it. Through his journey he has become a huge proponent of reading. He asked himself what his strengths were and was determined to be better and make the most of his experience. He shares in this episode that he would learn 20 new words per week and read anything he could get his hands on.  

    Jacob and I talk about his story and how he got to where he is today. Jacob felt like he became his environment when he was incarcerated. He was able to move past gaining respect through violence and learn how to respond instead of reacting. We dive into relative deprivation, your primary question and how to finding meaning. Jacob has been able to use all that he has learned.

    Quotes:

    “I was in prison and of prison.”

    “All of the world is filtered through your perception.”

    “You can’t influence somebody when you feel like you’re being judged.”

    “I was able to find gratitude and appreciate my situation in that moment. It shifted the trajectory of my life as a result of me saying I can’t change this, what would alter my perception of this current situation. And I came to the realization that there are plenty of people on this planet that on my worst day would probably be happy trading places with me.”

    “Some people are the story and some people are the story teller.”

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    Discussing Life Perspective with Dr. Vince

    In this episode, we discuss about:

  • Life perspective
  • One Word: Effort
  • Mental cognitive decline
  • Wisdom from age
  • Learning from others
  • Importance of family history
  • Respecting your elders
  • Summary:

    Watching my friend Jordan fight testicular cancer has been a reminder of how short and precious life is. On today’s episode I’ve called on my old friend Dr. Jimmy Lopez to discuss lessons I’ve implemented from his life’s perspectives.

    Together we discuss how we represent our time spent left on earth, whether it’s how many Super Bowls we have left to watch, how to many visits with our parents are in our future or how many more books can be read. This viewpoint allows us not to solely be focused on our achievements but to find contentment and enjoyment in the present day.

    We also chat about how to use technologies, both old and new, to capture and further communicate our personal histories. Listen in on Jim’s beliefs on how we should not think of the elderly as burden, but as a source of wisdom.

    Quotes:

    “I’m happy yet I’m blissfully unsatisfied.”

    “Learn to receive love as much as you give.”

    “I want to know what you know.”

    “The only thing we have to look up to is our peers.”

    “Mushrooms and cannabis right, this is like God’s gift to humanity.”

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