08.08.2016 / 018 – Dr. Michael Breus: Sleep Types, Insomnia, and Sexy Time


Guest: Dr. Michael Breus

I wanted to be a party animal…

But to be part of the party crowd you kinda have to be able to stay awake past midnight.

Uh, not happening.

Can’t say I didn’t try, though. No matter what I did, my best intentions for a Friday night would crumble amid a bad case of the yawns and heavy eyelids …. at 10pm.

I mean, people were just starting to come out and I was ready to go home.

It was so frustrating! I couldn’t understand how people could stay out all night and still function. It made no sense.

Now, almost three years after turning in my “bar and club scene” card, I finally get it.

I’m a Lion.

In other words, I’m genetically wired to wake up early, get things done, crash in the afternoon, and hit the hay while the Wolves and Dolphins are getting ready to paint the town red.

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07.28.2016 / 017 – Sean Croxton: Believing is Seeing


Guest: Sean Croxton

I’ve always wondered…

What would it be like if I could interview myself?

Would I be able to open myself up?

Make myself cry?

Go places where no interviewer has ever gone before?

Of course, these are all questions that I’ll never be able to answer since interviewing myself is pretty much impossible. Though it would be fun to try.

But this week’s episode of The Sessions is probably as close as I’ll ever get to knowing what such an experience would feel like.

Guest host and long-time listener, Sean Baker, does a masterful job of peeling back the layers to reveal parts of me and my story that very few people ever knew.

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07.25.2016 / 016 – Jake Ducey: Profit from Happiness


Guest: Jake Ducey

I’ve come with good news!

The podcast will be back with a brand new episode tomorrow afternoon with a pretty in-depth and vulnerable interview with yours truly.

Then we’ve got sessions coming up with sleep expert, Dr. Michael Breus, as well as the greatest therapist of all-time, Mr. Matt Sanders, revealing how men can get in touch with their Intimate Power.

Before we get to the new stuff, I wanted to make sure you were all caught up. Last month I recorded and uploaded a stellar interview with our pal Jake Ducey … BUT I never got around to posting it on the website.

Sorry. 🙁

Jake’s latest and third book, Profit from Happiness, is a must-read for anyone who feels disengaged, disempowered, and/or unfulfilled at the workplace.

According to a Gallup survey, that’s 71 percent of the workers these days. In other words, about 3/4 of us are spending most of our waking hours doing something we don’t like or even care about.

No bueno. We can’t let this keep happening.

So in today’s episode (well, actually last month’s episode) Jake and I discuss how you can find more energy, empowerment, and fulfillment … even at a job you’re NOT passionate about.

We’ll even show you how you can make more money while you’re at it.

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06.02.2016 / 015 – Christine Hassler: Expectation Hangover


Guest: Christine Hassler

Greetings from Toronto.

By the time you read this, I’ll be sitting in a hotel conference room attending a small-group symposium led by Bob Proctor. So excited!

I tell ya, I’m cooking up some really awesome content for you this Summer, including a completely revamped website, a free ebook on how to end self-sabotage, doubt and fear, and indecision, and a long-overdue return to the wonderful world of YouTube.

With so much studying, writing, and planning going on, the podcast has been pretty inconsistent as of late…

But today I’ve got a brand-new episode for you with special guest Christine Hassler, author of Expectation Hangover.

This episode is GOLD for anyone who has ever encountered disappointment in work, life, and love. Which means it’s a must-listen for anyone and everyone breathing oxygen.

Here’s What You’ll Learn

* Why coping strategies like distractions, numbing the pain with TV and food, and “being strong” never work in the long run … and how they almost guarantee you’ll meet the same disappointment down the road.

* What surfers, horseback riders, and childhood temper tantrums can teach us about processing our emotions and moving forward.

* Compensatory Strategies: why achieving your goal may not have been as fulfilling as you expected.

* Why discovering your superpowers and your core values is the key to finding your true calling.

Click the PLAY button above to listen to Session #015 with Christine!

Stuff Mentioned in Today’s Session

Book: Expectation Hangover by Christine Hassler

Book: 20-Something, 20-Everything by Christine Hassler

Book: Profit from Happiness by Jake Ducey

Enjoy this week’s interview. See you next week with my main man, Jake Ducey!


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05.12.2016 / 014 – Tara Mackey: Cured By Nature


Guest: Tara Mackey

I’m alive!

It’s been about two weeks since I last posted here, and three weeks since I posted a brand new interview. (The last one was a bonus.)

Did I take another vacation?

Nope, I’ve been practicing what I preach by following my bliss.

You see, as much as I LOVE interviewing our podcast guests, the prep time can take up to 25-30 hours. Doesn’t leave a lot of time to tackle the other projects I’d like to complete.

So I’ve decided to move the podcast to an every-other-week schedule for the next couple months. That way, I can finish the FREE ebook and 30-day program I’ve been wanting to put together for you.

This month I’ve been delving deep into The Science of Mind, reading lots of old books from the 1930s as well as more recent ones by today’s most brilliant neuroscientists.

Interestingly, if there’s one thing that these authors can all agree upon, it’s this: we become what we think about, and therefore we MUST protect our minds as if our lives depended on it.

Or as this week’s podcast guest, Tara Mackey, suggests, you must “always stand guard at the door to your own mind.”

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