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#17: How I Navigated the Cancer World and How You Can, with Rachel Engstrom

A loved one being diagnosed with a severe illness is one of the most horrendous experiences we may have to face. And eventually, losing someone you care about is even more devastating. These sorts of experiences turn our whole world upside down, and they...

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Episode 11: Lane Kawaoka – Transcript

In today’s episode, we have a deep discussion about race, diversity and inclusion through Sport with Bo-Dean Sanders

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Episode 10: Bo-Dean Sanders Part II – Transcript

In today’s episode, we have a deep discussion about race, diversity and inclusion through Sport with Bo-Dean Sanders

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Episode 9: Bo-Dean Sanders Part I – Transcript

In today’s episode, we have a deep discussion about race, diversity and inclusion through Sport with Bo-Dean Sanders

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Episode 8: Terry Sidhu – Transcript

In today’s episode, we have a deep discussion about how the mindfulness and meditation-related practices of the east and west differ from each other, essential aspects of meditation, practicing yoga, maintaining your mental health, and more. Ultimately, we work our way through Terry’s book:...

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Episode 7: Traver Boehm – Transcript

Masculinity is a concept that has gone through huge transformations over a long time, and the way we perceive masculinity influences our lives in many aspects. Our guest today is a pioneer in inspiring men around the world to shift their experience of masculinity...

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Episode 6: Sherianna Boyle – Transcript

Sherianna Boyle is an international, Emotional Detox Coach®, author of nine books, including her most recent Emotional Detox Now: 135 Practices to Renew Your Mind, Heart & Spirit (releases Oct 2021), Emotional Detox and Emotional Detox for Anxiety. Sherianna has been featured in over...

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Episode 5: Jordan Gray – Transcript

Since 2009, Jordan Gray has made it his life’s mission to help as many people as possible create their most fulfilling, passionate, love-filled lives. His way of doing this has been through publishing books and hundreds of articles, coaching clients one-on-one in deep-dive...

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#4: Howard Rankin – Transcript

Today on the pursuit of learning. I had the pleasure of talking to Dr. Howard Rankin. Howard today is written 12 books, in his own name, co authored another eight and ghostwritten 25 others. He is a health coach, consultant, and speaker on communication,...

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#3: Nelson Soh – Transcript

Financial and life literacy with Nelson Soh on the Pursuit of Learning Podcast

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#2: Terry B. McDougall – Transcript

The Pursuit of Learning – Terry McDougall (1) Fri, 4/9 9:48PM • 1:30:39 SUMMARY KEYWORDS people, job, gremlin, talk, boss, coaching, listeners, high achievers, realize, understand, feel, recognize, terry, role, learning, thinking, book, client, bit, differently SPEAKERS Clint Murphy, Terry Boyle McDougall   Clint...

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#1 – Peter Beresford Transcript

Transcript of Episode 1 - Creativity and Mindfulness with Peter Beresford

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Amor Fati • Solar Energy • Memento Mori

Amor Fati is a Latin phrase that could be translated as either “love of fate” or “love of one’s fate”. A central tenet of the ancient and practial philosophy of Stoicism, it is often represented by the symbol of fire. As Marcus Aurelius, the...

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Principle 7 – Read Widely…Read Deeply…Challenge Your Beliefs

In Principle 6 – Never Stop Learning, one of the recommended ways of learning was to read voraciously. What does that mean though? How do I read to learn? Read on to find out.

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Principle 6 – Never Stop Learning

You can learn anything you want. In Principle 6 - Never Stop Learning, we highlight some of the methods you can use to learn anything you want

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Principle 5 – Cardiovascular Exercise

Principle 5 is near and dear to my heart. My whole life, cardiovascular fitness has been something that set me apart. Growing up, I played practically every major N. American sport, most of them at a reasonably high level. As I aged, I focused...

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Principle 4 – Lift Something…Heavy

Man or Woman, there is something to be said for strength. Increased strength can improve your quality of life and help with doing everyday activities: Improved balance Decreased risk of falls Ability to carry groceries Getting in and out of chairs These are some...

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Principle 3 – Meditate daily

Daily meditation? Why should you do that? There are immeasurable benefits to meditation. Improved sleep Clearer thinking Stress reduction Reduced anxiety Generates kindness Helps fight addictions Improved self-esteem Improved pain control Increased attention span Enhanced self-awareness Improved emotional health Reduced memory age-loss Reduced risk...

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Principle 2 – Wake-up earlier

Wait, another person telling me that I should be waking up earlier. Why? What’s in it for me? I believe that you should wake-up earlier for two reasons: Choices Discipline Before I dive in, I know there is research that indicates we have different...

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Principle 1 – Fix Your Mind

We are what we think. Thinking is flawed. Fix your thinking. Methods to fix your thinking There are many methods to fix your thinking, do not constrain yourself to one. Do your research. Personally, I look to the following: Stoicism Buddhism Meditation Mindfulness Psychoanalysis...

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My path to serenity

My path to serenity is through the Eightfold path, which is the path to end suffering and attachment.

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Resilience, by Eric Greitens

Rating: (all out of 5 stars) Quality of the writing: 5 / 5 Prior to joining the Navy and becoming a Navy Seal, Eric Greitens was a Rhodes and Truman Scholar. While at Oxford he earned Master’s and Doctoral degrees.His writing is clearly that...

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Wealth is Knowledge

I am focused on increasing my knowledge in the following areas: Fantasy Stoicism Buddhism Philosophy Psychology Men’s Work Shadow Work Emotional Intelligence Financial Independence Below are the books I have been reading.

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Cultivate Indifference

Of all the things that are, some are good, others bad, and yet others indifferent. The good are virtues and all that share in them; the bad are the vices and all that indulge them; the indifferent lie in between virtue and vice and...

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Chapter 4 – Akira

Chapter 4 - Akira In this chapter, Caiden and Akira train and spend time with their family before taking a trip into the forest for a cousin's adventure.

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Chapter 3 – Shymon

Chapter 3 - Shymon In this Chapter, Shymon takes Akira and Caiden back in time. To his entrance in the Academy and through battles alongside the Golden General.

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3 Paths to Financial Independence and why my FIRE may not be your FIRE

A while back, I responded to this tweet from Camp F.I.R.E., which was a guest post by Rod Rogers, of the blog make money by cleaning offices. The tweet, and my reply, started me thinking about FIRE. The many paths that you might take to get...

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Chapter 2 – Caiden

Chapter 2 of the Elementium Chronicles Emerging From the Shadow Young Adult Fantasy Novel

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Chapter 1 – Trom

Chapter 1 of the Elementium Chronicles Emerging From the Shadow Young Adult Fantasy Novel

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5 Day Silent Retreat – What I Learned

I spent five days in silence. Here is what I learned.

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