Without gyms open, we've all had to redefine what fitness means for each of us. For too long, our focus has been on vanity over health. In this episode, I break down the mental processes for staying fit for your entire life.
Nick Pineault, widely known as "the EMF Guy" is the #1 Bestseller of The Non-Tinfoil Had Guide to EMFs. Nick is an advocate for safe technologies and he is a leading voice discussing the effects of electromagnetic pollution on our health.
Very early on in the Covid-19 crisis, Nick wrote an article titled "Navigating Through The Coronavirus Panic: 8 Inconvenient Facts About Covid-19 Testing." It was one of the most well-researched, well-written articles I had read on the subject and it was covering facts that the media was neglecting entirely.
Facts like the potential 80% false-positive rate of Covid-19 tests.
It's important to note here that Nick is not saying that Covid-19 doesn't exist. He's not delving into conspiracy theories. He's basing his opinion on widely published research along with references to CDC and WHO policy.
We had a great conversation about this crisis, it's impact, and what we should all be aware of as we move forward.
To learn more about Nick, head over to https://theemfguy.com/.
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To win the day, you need to win the morning. In this episode, I bring some practical tips for setting up your morning routine.
Discomfort is a symptom of growth. Whenever you step into a new situation, you will be faced with uncertainty and a stretching of your skills that will inevitably lead to discomfort.
Human beings tend to run away from these situations and it keeps them from real growth. If you are not feeling discomfort, there is a problem.
Comfort can be seductive. We fall into it, and we get trapped by it.
In this episode, we discuss overcoming the desire to quit when things get uncomfortable.
After living here for 13 years, I'm leaving California. While I love the land, and many of the people, I had to get out.
There are other changes coming that go into in this episode, but one thing remains sure, my commitment to this podcast.
We all have negative self-talk that limits us. It tends to come up whenever we're attempting something important, and it limits us from being who we truly need to be to get things done that will move our lives forward.
In this episode, I discuss ways of getting past the negative self-talk and toward a more productive mindset.
Tone Floreal is one of the most interesting men I've ever met, and he's also one of my best friends. He works with intelligent microcurrent, a type of therapy that helps to reduce inflammation and pain. It's done some amazing things for me, and Tone works with a lot of celebrities.
Nevertheless, his business has been nearly obliterated by the financial shutdown due to Covid-19. While, of course, that bothers Tone, what bothers him more are the assaults on our freedoms that have happened since the start of this whole thing.
We had a great discussion of what's going on, and what we can all do to keep our heads together during this crisis.
What's happening right now with Covid-19 is unprecedented, but it will happen again. Our state governments have shown no qualms about shutting down the economy in response to this disease, regardless of the economic impact.
Here's the deal: you can't control if a pandemic is going to happen. You also can't control what the government does. Nevertheless, you can control how vulnerable you are to the next economic disaster.
This episode goes into strategies you can take to survive the next economic shutdown.