Dec 28, 2018
My friend, we’ve arrived at the end of yet another incredible year of 250+ podcast episodes discovering the physical and emotional intelligence to live life well.
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If you’ve been listening to Wellness Force for a while, or if you’ve been with us since the beginning, you know by now that great things tend to take us time, effort, and the hardest one of them all - trusting the process - especially when it comes to our wellness. For episode 251, we spotlight 8 of our favorite moments over 2018, to pull the gems of wisdom, moments of laughter, and the real-life action steps that I've learned to both trust and believe in.
I want to share my truth: This entrepreneurial and podcast path has not been 100% rainbows. Even since early childhood, I have known, deep down, that I march to the beat of a different drummer. Maybe you feel that too, and that’s why you’re here. I’ve faced inner and outer demons I wouldn’t wish on anyone, and since I began to wake up in 2012, I’ve done some deep work to let go of old stories about genetics, beliefs, and the people and things that don't serve my wellness. But yet as hard as this has been, I’ve also learned that when you operate from a place of love and service to others, and if you really want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.
This podcast has been my life since 2015, and today, I get to give thanks to YOU!
In episode 177, Clinical Psychologist, Researcher, TEDx Talk Speaker, and Author of Lies We Tell Ourselves: The Psychology of Self-Deception, Dr. Cortney Warren, dives into how you can transform your life while experiencing trauma, misery, and self-doubt. Furthermore, Dr. Warren shares the importance of taking a deep look at yourself, being honest, and accepting who you are without judgment. Only when you do that, can you develop the strength to change your life despite hesitation or fear.
What does it mean to be human and perform to your optimal level? How is authenticity the most powerful tool that will allow you to be truly you? Our next guest is, licensed psychologist, Co-founder of Compete to Create, and Podcast Host of Finding Mastery, Dr. Michael Gervais, who will teach you how to unlock the center of your mastery through self-expression, inner work, and gratitude. In episode 201, you will find out why practicing being in the present moment will lead to healthy habits, behavior change, and positive new traits.
As you listen to episode 245 with International Speaker, Entrepreneur, and Author of The Inside Track, Peter Sage, will help you discover the real difference between pursuing your passion and following your potential. As Peter has taught various entrepreneurs of all different backgrounds, the different levels of consciousness and the art of surrender will help you re-contextualize your negative thoughts when outer life doesn't fit your inner world. Discover how to go from the lowest level of vibration of victimhood to your best self through letting go, coming from a place of power, and putting your trust into something greater than yourself.
What actions can you do to become a better universal citizen of today's modern world? In Part 1 of 3 in episode 226, Author of How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy, Creator of the PPS Success Mastery Program, Founder of the C.H.E.K. Institute, Paul Chek, reveals the vital importance to honoring your mind, body, and spirit through The 4 Doctors - Doctor Happiness, Doctor Diet, Doctor Quiet, and Doctor Movement. Taking a deep look at modern society, learn how you can begin to properly feed your physical body, emotions, and mind through organic nutrition, real connection, and new ways of thinking.
What can breathwork, hedonic calendaring, and plant medicine ceremonies teach you about your actual self, your fears, and your spirituality? In this next clip from episode 219, retired American professional mixed martial artist and now Director of Human Optimization at Onnit, Kyle Kingsbury, reveals that it's okay and necessary to set healthy boundaries when you truly need it in order to let go of those pent-up thoughts and emotions so that they can no longer consume your energy. As you listen, you'll discover how you can satisfy the need for ‘more' based on what makes you feel good, whole, and happy.
In episode 196, CEO of Onnit and the author of Own The Day, Own Your Life, Aubrey Marcus, reminds us that we have the power to move on from the past. We were not the same people that we were before and we don’t have to allow our past to define and label us. It is Aubrey’s mission to help each person understand that they have the ability to make their life their own. By giving people the tools to transform their work, relationships, and wellness, he’s helping create a world of optimized individuals who are looking to become the best versions of themselves.
How can you stop your negative thought patterns in order to rewrite your story and live life to its fullest? From episode 191, author of Conscious Communications, Mary Shores, has a mission to help people clear themselves from their financial debt and feel good about doing it. Each day she is helping people cleanse their minds and get back in alignment with who they are and what they want from life. From debt collector and business owner, she was able to go on a spiritual path in order to help herself and others change their beliefs about what they can and cannot do.
We've arrived to the end of 2018, and there are hundreds of more episodes to come filled with energy and inspiration.
I want to thank so many incredible humans who have helped make 2018 another amazing year for Wellness Force
My heart is full for everyone who has made this podcast possible, so I know I'm gonna miss a ton of people in these shout-outs to Buzzy Torek and the whole team over at Epicast Network for making the show sound so powerful, to Shanna at Organifi for believing in us and supporting the show with trustworthy products, to Lauren Bryant for all you do in our Wellness Force Community, to my brother, James, for being the example of how to live from the heart, to my mother, Mary, and father, Dan, for giving me the gift of life, and to my teachers: Alan Watts, Napoleon Hill, Abraham Hicks, Carl Sagan, Jason Silva, Jade Teta, Robb Wolf, Mary Shores and countless more, both alive and who are watching all of us from the expanse of the universe.
To every single guest we’ve had on the show.
And, last but not least, to all my #WellnessWarriors in the Wellness Force Family:
I see you, I love you, and I support what you are doing to raise the consciousness our world needs right now.
My friend, I know you already know this, but thank you for being here and being a part of this community who are up to big things, and doing the physical and emotional work needed to live life well.
Until I see you again real soon, I’m wishing you love and wellness.
- Josh Trent