In today’s episode James sits down with Jason Loebig. Jason is the co-founder of Live Better, an experiential health & wellness company based in Chicago. Formerly a public accountant, Jason changed paths to pursue his love of coaching, training, mentorship, and speaking in the wellness space. He is also a Nike Trainer and Nike Run Club Coach, as well as a Barry’s Instructor and yoga teacher.
Chances are you're really good at what you do and you're here because you're ready to level up from good to GREAT, so let's get started.
Have you ever had a moment where you felt hurt, disappointed, betrayed or unloved? Chances are In that moment, you experienced an emotional “wound”. And if that wound goes unhealed, it will continue to cause pain in the future. In today’s episode, James talks about how to heal your emotional wounds until they scar over. Through the scarring process, your mindset shifts into a state of power and gratitude allowing you to live life on your terms.
In today’s episode, Christopher West joins James as they dive deep into how to lead in times of uncertainty, stress and crises.
In today’s episode James reconnects with Diamandia Lingo for Part 2. Diamandia continues to share the series of traumatic moments she faced and what she learned from facing her fear and taking responsibility for her life.
Today’s episode is from an IG LIVE James did with Branden Collinsworth.
This isn’t Branden’s first time on the show he has been on 2 previous episodes, #20 & #130. Branden is most known for his work as a Nike Master Trainer and being the Creator of Warrior Retreats, a unique leadership experience that takes place every year in Peru.
He has his Masters in Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania He studied under Angela Duckworth, Adam Grant and other greats in the positive psychology world.
Join in on the conversation as they dive deep into how the times we are facing now, are shaping us in ways that we may not see. Now, is the time to step into another version of you by getting back to the basics.
In today’s episode, Amanda + James Silvas talk about tools and strategies to communicate effectively which have helped their relationship and their clients relationships experience more trust, connection, understanding and love. Listen in to increase your level awareness around how you show up to conversation and what to pay attention to.
Christine Hassler is the best-selling author of three books, most recently Expectation Hangover: Free Yourself From Your Past, Change your Present and Get What you Really Want. She left her successful job as a Hollywood agent to pursue a life she could be passionate about. For over a decade, as a keynote speaker, retreat facilitator, spiritual psychologist and life coach, and host of the top-rated podcast “Over it and On With It”, she has been teaching and inspiring people around the world. She’s appeared on: The Today Show, CNN, ABC, CBS, FOX, E!, Style, and The New York Times. Christine believes once we get out of our own way, we can show up to make the meaningful impact we are here to make. Visit her online at www.christinehassler.com
Traver Boehm is the author of Today I Rise, as well as Man UNcivilized. He’s a two time TEDx speaker and men’s coach, and the founder of the UNcivilized Men’s Movement redefining the way around the globe experience their masculinity by uniquely blending both the Primal Masculine with the Divine.
Jason Raynor, began training in 1999 and has become a leader in the fitness industry. He is a Nike Trainer, former NFL strength and conditioning coach, performance training expert and movement specialist. He consults with companies such as Nike, JW Marriott, Marriott International, Michelob Ultra, Hyperice and various Fortune 500 companies on creating corporate fitness events with customized training programs.
Johnny Amiri leads the #1 team of a top tech company in North America for employee engagement. He began at an entry level position and has been promoted six times to his current role. The techniques and strategies he’s learned has brought him and his team success in building a tight knit, high performing culture.