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I’m Jay Shetty host of On Purpose the worlds #1 Mental Health podcast and I’m so grateful you found us. I started this podcast 5 years ago to invite you into conversations and workshops that are designed to help make you happier, healthier and more healed. I believe that when you (yes you) feel seen, heard and understood you’re able to deal with relationship struggles, work challenges and life’s ups and downs with more ease and grace.

I interview experts, celebrities, thought leaders and athletes so that we can grow our mindset, build better habits and uncover a side of them we’ve never seen before. New episodes every Monday and Friday. Your support means the world to me and I don’t take it for granted — click the follow button and leave a review to help us spread the love with On Purpose. I can’t wait for you to listen to your first or 500th episode!
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Are you struggling with finding someone to talk to? What can you do during a mental health crisis? Today, Jay offers a wealth of practical advice aimed at enhancing mental health through simple, actionable changes. Drawing on his partnership with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Jay emphasizes the importance of recognizing Mental Health Awareness Month and the critical need for accessible mental health support. Jay provides a blend of personal anecdotes, research-backed insights, and practical advice, making it a must-listen for anyone looking to improve their mental well-being. He wraps up the episode with a heartfelt message of support, reminding listeners that he is always in their corner, rooting for their success and happiness. In this episode, you'll learn: How small changes create big impact How to improve at something you like to do How to take care of your mental health The simple practices to change your routine If you or someone you know is struggling, remember that there is help available. Let's work together to promote mental health awareness and support each other in our journey towards better mental well-being. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 03:20 #1: Practice A Good Evening Routine 09:24 #2: Plan Something For Yourself And Someone Else 14:31 #3: Get Better At The Things You’re Good At 17:13 #4: Coloring Books Helps Your Mind Relax 20:13 #5: Spending Time Outdoors Helps Reduce Stress 22:05 #6: Sugary Foods Weakens the Body’s Response to StressSee for privacy information.
What motivates your weight loss journey? How do you stay motivated when progress is slow? Today, Jay welcomes Johan Hari. Johan is an acclaimed writer and journalist known for his deep investigative work on topics ranging from addiction to depression. He is the author of best-selling books like "Chasing the Scream" and "Lost Connections," which explore the root causes of addiction and depression, respectively. His latest book, "The Magic Pill," investigates the new generation of weight loss drugs and their impact on individuals and society.  Johan shares the story of how he first learned about these drugs at a Hollywood party and his subsequent journey to understand their true effects. This journey took him across the globe, interviewing leading experts and individuals who have experienced the drugs’ effects firsthand. He candidly shares his own experiences with Ozempic, including the unexpected emotional challenges he faced as his long-standing relationship with food was disrupted. The conversation also explores the broader societal implications of widespread use of weight loss drugs. Johan and Jay discuss the potential for these drugs to change cultural attitudes towards body image and obesity, for better or worse. They consider the economic ramifications, such as the declining market for fast food and medical procedures related to obesity, and what this might mean for the future of public health.   In this interview, you'll learn: How to evaluate benefits versus risks How to navigate social stigmas How to deal with obesity How weight loss drugs could shape future societal norms The psychological reasons behind overeating This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in the complexities of modern weight loss solutions, offering a balanced view that considers both the remarkable benefits and the significant risks. This interview took place at Soho Home at Soho Works 55 Water.  With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 03:30 Is the British Accent Authoritative? 04:16 Biggest Misconceptions About Ozempic 08:20 Three Ways to Treat the Magic Pill 11:35 How Obesity Became a Health Crisis 19:42 ‘I Don’t Feel Hungry’ 28:17 The Benefits and Risks of Weight Loss Drugs 34:36 Shame and Cruelty Against Obesity 47:09 Advocating for Body Positivity 54:14 Is the Fast Food Industry Shrinking? 57:26 Big Risks When Taking Ozempic 01:06:34 Varying Clinical Results 01:14:18 The Most Horrific Side Effect Recorded 01:16:11 Is Ozempic Safe for Kids? 01:19:22 Oprah’s Ozempic Challenge 01:22:50 Is It Cheating? 01:26:41 Investing in Weight Loss Drugs Research 01:27:30 How Japan Is Able to Control Obesity 01:37:01 The Cultural Models We Can Learn from Japan 01:40:23 Better Eating Habits is Still Necessary 01:42:52 Johan in Final Five   Episode Resources: Johann Hari | Website Johann Hari | TikTok Johann Hari | Instagram Johann Hari | Facebook Johann Hari | YouTube Johann Hari | Twitter Magic Pill: The Extraordinary Benefits and Disturbing Risks of the New Weight-Loss Drugs See for privacy information.
Why is it challenging to acknowledge when you're lying to yourself? How can one maintain a habit of honesty in daily life? Today, let's welcome The Breakfast Club co-host Charlamagne tha God. He is a prominent media personality and New York Times bestselling author, best known for his candid approach to celebrity interviews and his advocacy for mental health. His latest book, "Get Honest or Die Lying," challenges readers to forego the superficial and engage in meaningful, transformative dialogue. Charlamagne shares his insights on the societal detriments of small talk and why  superficial conversations are not only a waste of time but also a significant barrier to meaningful human connection and understanding. He argues that the small, meaningless exchanges that fill our daily interactions should be replaced with deeper, more substantial dialogues that challenge, enlighten, and engage us on multiple levels. With Jay, Charlamagne explores the psychological and social impacts of engaging in—or avoiding—small talk. He illustrates his points with personal anecdotes and experiences, including his own struggles and breakthroughs in striving for more genuine interactions in both his personal life and professional endeavors. He stresses the importance of being present in conversations, listening actively, and expressing one’s true thoughts and feelings without fear of judgment. In this interview, you'll learn: How to initiate deeper discussions How to be honest in conversations How to set personal boundaries How to reflect on personal growth How to encourage others to engage This episode not only challenges listeners to evaluate the quality of their own conversations but also inspires them to make every word count in the quest for deeper understanding and genuine relationships. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty You can pre-order Charlamagne’s latest book, Get Honest or Die Lying here: This interview was held at Soho Home at Soho Works 55 Water. What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 03:01 Why Small Talk Doesn’ Work 05:15 Be Honest About Your Feelings 08:00 How Do You Stop Being Offended? 09:27 Realizations During Therapy 12:14 Not Setting Proper Boundaries 13:32 Stop Being a People Pleaser 16:50 Online Oversharing 18:13 Detaching from Your Ego 20:23 Getting Caught Up in Lies 23:33 Passing Judgment on People We Don’t Know  29:09 Confronting a Cheating Father 34:48 In-Tune with Your Visions 39:21 Why Some Things Don’t Work 42:36 Successful But Unhappy 01:03:10 Don’t Make a Decision Based on Emotion 01:06:32 Don’t Confine Yourself In Small Boxes 01:13:24 Honest Conversations with Your Kids Episode Resources: Charlamagne tha God | Website Charlamagne tha God | TikTok Charlamagne tha God | Instagram Charlamagne tha God | Facebook Charlamagne tha God | YouTube Pre-order Get Honest or Die Lying Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It See for privacy information.
Why is it important to listen to your inner voice? How can you cultivate a stronger connection with your inner voice? In this episode, let's welcome Laura Lynne Jackson, a renowned psychic medium, author, and spiritual teacher, celebrated for her profound ability to bridge the physical and spiritual worlds. She has authored several influential books, including "The Light Between Us" and "Signs: The Secret Language of the Universe," which delve into the ways we can connect with the afterlife and harness our own psychic abilities.  She is widely respected for her compassionate approach and her commitment to helping others discover the transformative power of their own inner voices.  Laura shares personal stories and professional experiences that illustrate the transformative power of tuning into the inner wisdom. She outlines practical steps anyone can take to cultivate a stronger connection with their inner voice, such as meditation, reflective practices, and journaling. These activities help clear the mental clutter, allowing the inner voice to emerge more clearly and influentially. Jay and Laura also explore common challenges people face, like doubts and confusion about following this inner guidance, and provide reassuring advice on how to overcome these obstacles. Laura also stresses the value of trusting and acting on the insights provided by the inner voice, highlighting how this trust can lead to a more authentic, fulfilling life. In this interview, you'll learn: How to identify your inner voice How to cultivate genuine connection How to interpret your feelings How to trust your intuition How to apply insights to everyday life As you become more attuned to this powerful guide, you'll find clarity and direction in areas of life where you need it most. Don’t ignore it; embrace it and let it lead you to a more connected and fulfilling life. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 03:05 The Difference Between a Psychic and a Medium 06:59 We All Have Psychic Abilities 09:50 Discovering Your Own Ability 17:31 My Brainwave Patterns Are Different 22:04 The Psychic Abilities We Aren’t Aware Of 32:17 Weakened Disconnection to Our Inner Voice 35:50 Standing Firm with Your Moments of Knowing 40:41 How to Reconnect with Disconnected Relationships? 49:32 What Does Infatuation Mean? 55:27 Vibrations of Love 01:04:44 Living in the Present 01:10:26 How Important Are Tangible Signs 01:17:02 The Answers is Within Us 01:23:14 Being Still Within Yourself 01:25:19 Death Is Not A Dead End 01:35:02 How to Connect with Your Soul? 01:39:20 Getting Into Your Light Energy 01:42:44 Laura on Final Five Episode Resources: Laura Lynne Jackson | Website Laura Lynne Jackson | TikTok Laura Lynne Jackson | Instagram Laura Lynne Jackson | Facebook Signs: The Secret Language of the Universe The Light Between Us: Stories From Heaven. Lessons for the Living See for privacy information.
Are you struggling with setting your boundaries? Do you want to know how to respectfully tell others about your boundaries? Today, Jay questions the traditional notion that a "good person" is one who never says no. This outdated definition leads to a lack of boundaries, which ultimately harms personal well-being. By redefining what it means to be a good person, one can recognize the importance of investing in themselves and navigating difficult conversations. What does setting boundaries truly mean? They are defined not by what we want from others, but by what we need for ourselves. Jay explains that boundaries should not aim to control others but should protect the individual from their own triggers and provides practical advice on how to communicate boundaries effectively, suggesting the use of simple, clear statements without over-explanation. In this episode, you'll learn: How to set boundaries without feeling guilty How to NO effectively How to communicate boundaries clearly How to handle other people's reactions How to build confidence in setting boundaries Don't wait to reclaim your time, energy, and peace of mind—take control and become the assertive, self-respecting individual you deserve to be. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:31 Boundaries Are Often Tough to Set 03:45 #1: Redefine What Your Boundaries Are 09:05 #2: Clearly Communicate Your Boundaries 11:48 #3: Be Kind, Honest, and Empathetic to Other People’s Reaction 15:07 #4: You Subconsciously Sound Defensive When Setting Your Boundaries 17:53 #5: Plan a BufferSee for privacy information.
Are you struggling with initiating difficult conversations? Are you struggling with having difficult conversations with family members? Today's guest is the hilarious and incredible story teller Tiffany Haddish, Emmy and Grammy-winning actress, comedian, and author. Known for her breakout role in "Girls Trip" and her New York Times bestselling book "The Last Black Unicorn," Tiffany has become one of the most influential voices in comedy with her sharp wit, resilience, and authentic storytelling.  Tiffany and Jay have a vulnerable conversation with a candid look into Tiffany’s life, showcasing her journey from a challenging upbringing to becoming one of Hollywood’s brightest stars. Tiffany shares the emotional and often tumultuous experiences she faced growing up in foster care. Despite these challenges, she credits these early adversities for instilling in her a resilience that later became instrumental in her career. Tiffany discusses how humor became her coping mechanism and how it eventually became a tool for empowerment. Jay and Tiffany also talk about relationships and the lessons she has learned from her experiences. She opens up about her past relationships and how they shaped her understanding of love, vulnerability, and self-respect. We get to listen to the healing power of laughter, the importance of community, and the role of faith in overcoming life’s challenges.  In this interview, you'll learn: How to overcome adversity How to turn pain into humor and use it as fuel How to embrace vulnerability How to handle criticism How to advocate for yourself  With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 03:08 Built to Have Fun 04:19 Emotional Hoarder 07:16 Celibacy 12:11 Being with the Wrong Person 15:41 Do You Believe in Past Life? 18:06 Who Do You Want to Date? 20:10 Growing Your Own Garden 22:48 Growing with a Creative Mind 25:05 Worst Thing About Being Me 29:11 Dealing with Online Hate 31:36 She’s Not My Mom Anymore 37:46 Processing and Dealing with Grief 43:36 Resenting and Forgiving My Father 48:46 The Phone Call with My Dad 55:24 Let’s Understand People’s Stories 57:59 Self Care is a Process 01:02:15 My Father Was Sick 01:05:07 Make Home in Your Childhood Community 01:10:29 The Love to Entertain People 01:18:07 What Would Little T be Proud Of? 01:20:24 Childhood Dreams 01:25:09 TIffany on Final Five Episode Resources: Tiffany Haddish | TikTok Tiffany Haddish | Instagram Tiffany Haddish | YouTube Tiffany Haddish | Facebook The Last Black Unicorn I Curse You with Joy See for privacy information.
How do you identify when you're restricting your desires in a relationship? How can couples work together to align their desires and ensure mutual fulfillment? Today, Jay welcomes back his good friend Lisa Bilyeu. Lisa is a co-founder of the billion-dollar brand Quest Nutrition and the president of Impact Theory, a digital media company aimed at empowering content. With a strong focus on developing content that speaks to personal growth and empowerment, especially for women, Lisa has been a pivotal figure in shifting paradigms within her industry. Her show, "Women of Impact," addresses issues facing modern women, combining personal anecdotes with actionable advice. The core theme of this conversation is outlining a roadmap for individuals seeking to overcome insecurities and cultivate a resilient, action-oriented confidence. Jay and Lisa discuss the common misconceptions around confidence, emphasizing that it is not a prerequisite for action but a result of engaging with the world despite fears and doubts. Lisa shares how her initial need for external validation was a significant barrier to personal growth, sharing transformative moments that reshaped her understanding of confidence and self-worth. She stresses the importance of embracing imperfection and vulnerability as catalysts for genuine self-improvement and empowerment. In this interview, you'll learn: How to start building confidence How to validate yourself How to prioritize personal growth How to handle fear of judgment How to transform relationships Together, let's continue to  question the preconceived notions about success and happiness and to take bold steps towards a life aligned with our deepest values and aspirations. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 03:32 How Do You Define Confidence? 06:54 Believe You’re Capable 09:54 Admitting That You’re Unhappy 16:13 The Frame of Reference 19:36 Everything Is A Risk 27:42 Non-Negotiables in Relationships 34:41 Conversations That Don’t Break Relationships 41:30 Who Leads, Who Follows 49:26 Conflicting Value System 54:57 Don’t Assume, Find a Compromise 59:21 Growth Mindset With Your Partner Episode Resources: Lisa Bilyeu | TikTok Lisa Bilyeu | Instagram Lisa Bilyeu | YouTube Lisa Bilyeu | Twitter Lisa Bilyeu | Facebook Lisa Bilyeu | LinkedIn Radical Confidence: 10 No-BS Lessons on Becoming the Hero of Your Own Life See for privacy information.
Does timing really matter in whether a relationship works? What are healthy ways to deal with a breakup? Today, let’s welcome back dating coach Matthew Hussey. Matthew is also a YouTube personality and writer known for offering advice on dating, love, and relationships to both men and women through his online content, seminars, and his book "Get The Guy." His approach typically combines practical advice, motivational coaching, and a bit of psychology to help individuals understand what they want from a relationship and how to get it. Matthew shares his insights on the complexities of love, self-discovery, and the importance of honest communication. He emphasizes on the significance of creating a peaceful relationship, distinguishing it from a boring one, and the value of embracing vulnerabilities to foster deeper connections. Matthew's reflections on his own experiences, coupled with his expertise, provide a comprehensive guide on navigating the challenges of modern dating, building meaningful relationships, and cultivating self-awareness.  In this interview, you'll learn: How to cultivate peaceful relationships without boredom How to deepen connections through vulnerability How to navigate modern dating with confidence How to enhance relationships with effective communication How to enrich love life through self-awareness Whether you're single, dating, or in a relationship, this episode offers valuable lessons on love, resilience, and the transformative power of embracing your true self. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 04:20 Where Does Your Idea of Love Come From? 10:34 What Differentiates a Peaceful to a Boring Relationship? 19:35 What Are Your Must-Haves in a Relationship? 31:47 Tactics Are Different From Relationship Standards 39:59 Egoic Standards Versus Setting Standards for Happiness 51:20 Practice Having Real and Difficult Conversations 01:04:48 The Importance of Communicating Your Thoughts and Feelings 01:08:25 Is Your Partner the Right One for You? 01:15:05 Dealing with the Different Phases of Heartbreak 01:26:31 What’s Next for Matthew?     Episode Resources: Matthew Hussey | Website Matthew Hussey | TikTok Matthew Hussey | Instagram Matthew Hussey | YouTube Matthew Hussey | Twitter Matthew Hussey | Facebook Love Life: How to Raise Your Standards, Find Your Person, and Live Happily (No Matter What) Love Life with Matthew Hussey  See for privacy information.
How do you know when you're overthinking too much? How can you break the cycle of overthinking? Today, Jay will talk about the complexity of overthinking and how we can turn it around and look at things differently. Jay presents seven practical strategies to help listeners combat the grip of overthinking. These range from the psychological—to limit how many people's opinions we seek, preventing the confusion and indecision that too many perspectives can cause—to the physical, recommending activities that disengage the analytical brain and encourage mental reset, like exercise or simply moving around. In this episode, you'll learn: How to use over thinking for problem-solving How to manage alarmed responses How to use physical movement for mental clarity How to focus on positives and small wins Don't let overthinking hold you back! Start implementing these strategies today and take control of your mental space. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 00:52 Has Overthinking Slowed You Down? 07:53 The Science Behind Overthinking 10:50 #1: Overthinking as a Problem-Solving Approach 14:24 #2: Don’t Ask Too Many People For Their Opinion 18:19 #3: Avoid Responding While You’re Feeling Alarmed 19:17 #4: Move Your Body When Your Mind Is Stuck 20:32 #5: Focus on the Good Thing and Small Wins 22:05 #6: Spontaneous Drawings Relieve Psychological Stress 24:23 #7: Go Back to AnalogSee for privacy information.
Do you stop yourself from making mistakes?  Do you want to shift your perspective on fear?  Today, let’s welcome the one and only Orlando Bloom. Orlando gained widespread fame for his roles in some of the most popular films including The Lord of the Rings trilogy and Pirates of the Caribbean series. He will be seen starring in Peacock's limited adventure docuseries, To The Edge, which he also produced. Off-screen, Orlando is known for his humanitarian efforts, including his work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. Orlando shares insights from his life as an actor, adventurer, and someone deeply involved in spirituality. He talks about how meditation and mindfulness help him stay balanced despite the hectic nature of being a celebrity, his views on masculinity, the importance of embracing both masculine and feminine qualities, and striving for balance and introspection in life. We also get to hear stories about facing and overcoming fears, embracing vulnerability, and the lessons he's learned from these challenges. This episode isn't just about getting to know a renowned actor but diving into the personal journey of a man who is constantly looking for deeper meaning and connections in life. In this interview, you’ll learn:How to overcome fearHow to maintain balance in a hectic lifeHow to incorporate mindfulness into everyday activitiesHow to explore and embrace different aspects of your personalityHow to use life's challenges as growth opportunities Tune in now for a discussion full of insights on overcoming fears, embracing spirituality, and pursuing personal growth.   With Love and Gratitude,Jay Shetty What We Discuss:02:28 Working in an Unscripted Space06:09 What’s Your Earliest Childhood Fear?08:35 Practicing Buddhism13:49 The Lotus Sutra20:16 The 8 Wins26:28 Trusting Your Life and Becoming Capable36:33 Being Present While on the Edge44:48 Any Moment Could Be Your Last45:43 The Deepest Mirror You’ll Ever Have48:58 What Did You Learn from Your Past Relationships?51:22 Introducing Buddhism Practice to My Kids55:33 Whatever You’re Saying, You Become01:02:22 Loving the Parenting Journey01:07:16 The Impacts of Your Decisions01:09:13 Opportunities Through Obstacles01:17:40 Buddhism Is My Anchor01:18:59 The Fear You’re Currently Overcoming01:26:04 Orlando Bloom on Final Five Episode Resources: Orlando Bloom | Instagram Orlando Bloom | Facebook See for privacy information.
Do you find yourself often thinking about breaking up? Do you and your partner have unresolved conflicts that keep resurfacing? In this episode, Jay tackles the tough emotions and uncertainty many face when considering a breakup. He talks about why people stay in or leave relationships, touching on key factors like emotional closeness, personal investment, and the impact of family responsibilities. Jay also discusses how to ensure emotional security and the risks of staying for financial reasons or out of obligation.  In this episode you’ll learn: How to recognize emotional investment How to assess emotional security How to consider financial implications How to navigate emotional intimacy This honest conversation provides you with the insights to evaluate your relationship more clearly, helping you decide whether to work on it or move on, based on a deeper understanding of your feelings and the relationship's dynamics. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:10 When to End Your Relationship 04:48 10 Reason Why People Stay in a Relationship 12:44 Top 10 Reasons to Leave Your Relationship 18:14 The Three Cancers of the Mind 24:44 Difference in Scorecard PerspectiveSee for privacy information.
How can you overcome the fear of failure? What can you do daily to care less about failing? Today, Jay sits down with Benny Blanco for an inspiring conversation about pursuing passions, mentorship, failure, and continuous motivation. Benny has made a huge mark on the music industry contributing to hundreds of millions of album sales worldwide. Benny has worked with A-List artists like Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber, and Katy Perry. As a solo artist, his albums "Friends Keep Secrets" and its sequel have amassed over 11 billion streams, featuring multiple platinum hits. Beyond music, Benny has ventured into television and even released a cookbook, "Open Wide," showcasing his diverse talents and interests Benny shares insight on how to not let failure stop you and getting over imposter syndrome. We also go dive into Benny’s life outside of music, exploring his passion for cooking through his cookbook "Open Wide." Plus, Benny talks about his relationships, how he keeps his creativity flowing, and the small joys that make his life special. In this interview, you’ll learn: How to pursue your passion with limited resources How to not let failure get in your way of achieving your goals How to embrace the unexpected in creative work How to transition your passion into different fields How to find joy and creativity in everyday moments Don't miss this intimate look at Benny Blanco's life and maybe learn a thing or two about making your own multi-track masterpiece or the perfect dish to serve at dinner! With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 03:43 What’s the First Creative Thing You Put Together? 06:15 I Never Cared About Failure 10:33 Developing Amnesia to Failure 14:22 How Did You Meet Your Mentor? 18:10 “The Boy I Mentored”  23:42 How Do You Show Up After a Rejection? 26:51 Love Can Be Felt Through Music 29:56 What Do You Do When You Wake Up?    32:02 Why Do You Struggle with Meditation? 33:28 Why I Went to Therapy 38:25 The Pressure of Perfectionism 44:49 Do You Love to Cook? 47:20 Do You Eat Healthy? 48:47 Finding Comfort in Food 54:42 What’s Your Sleep Pattern? 56:40 Friendships Built Over the Years 59:19 Multigenerational Friendships 01:03:44 Better Relationship After Divorce 01:05:52 Benny on Final Five    01:15:57 What’s Your Vice? 01:17:53 Do You Take Supplements? Episode Resources: Benny Blanco | TikTok Benny Blanco | Instagram Benny Blanco | YouTube Benny Blanco | Twitter Benny Blanco | Facebook See for privacy information.
How does low self-worth stop you from moving forward? How can you stop self-sabotage and grow personally? Today, let’s welcome Jamie Kern Lima. Jamie is a New York Times bestselling author, founder of IT Cosmetics, a company she started in her living room and sold to L'Oreal in a billion-dollar deal, becoming the first female CEO of a brand in its 100+ year history. She's also an active philanthropist who has funded leadership training in more than 100 prisons and shelters across the US, and has donated over $40 million in product and funds to help women face the effects of cancer with confidence.  Jamie and Jay ponder on the meaning of self-worth, distinguishing it from mere confidence and challenging the misguided belief that our value is tied to our physical appearance. We get to hear the detrimental effects of self-doubt and present empowering strategies to transform your relationship with rejection, offering a new perspective that fosters resilience and self-compassion.  And then the conversation dives deep into personal beliefs, urging us to identify and discard unhelpful misconceptions, while giving emphasis on why authenticity is crucial and its role in conjunction with other factors in achieving success.  In this interview, you'll learn: How to build self-worth How to distinguish confidence from self-worth How to handle rejection How to overcome self-doubt How to remain authentic Together, let's learn how to distinguish your worth from external validation, turn rejection into a stepping stone, and live authentically. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 03:17 Do You Feel Worthy Today? 10:04 Confusing Confidence with Self Worth 17:37 Your Weight Impacts Your Worth is a Lie  24:03 What Has Self Doubt Cost You? 31:25 How to Change Your Relationship with Rejection 37:02 The 4-Part R to Reframe Rejection 44:00 You Need This Today 48:13 Which Lie Are You Trying to Unlearn?  56:32 Authenticity Alone Doesn’t Guarantee Success Episode Resources: Jamie Kern Lima | TikTok Jamie Kern Lima | Instagram Jamie Kern Lima | YouTube Jamie Kern Lima | Website Jamie Kern Lima | Twitter Jamie Kern Lima | Facebook Jamie Kern Lima | LinkedIn Worthy: How to Believe You Are Enough and Transform Your Life  See for privacy information.
What is the #1 way to live a rich life? How can changing your money mindset impact your life? Robin Sharma is a globally respected humanitarian who, for over a quarter of a century, has been devoted to helping human beings realize their native gifts. Widely considered one of the top leadership and personal mastery experts and speakers in the world, his clients include NASA, Yale University, and the Young Presidents' Organization. His #1 international bestsellers such as The Everyday Hero Manifesto, The 5AM Club, The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, and Who Will Cry When You Die? have sold millions of copies in over ninety-two languages and dialects; making him one of the most widely read authors in the world.  Robin shares his wisdom on the significance of releasing resentment and redefining our relationship with wealth. He also talks about exploring the essential daily practices that promise personal growth, the complexities, and at the same time, the benefits of altering our social circles, and provides insights into nurturing a healthy relationship with money. Jay and Robin unpack the pivotal role of rest in our daily routine and productivity, and how to break free from the chains of multi-generational cultural norms.   In this interview you'll learn: How to release resentment How to treat money as a tool How to rest properly How to cultivate great friendships The daily practices to transform yourself Whether you're seeking to overcome generational patterns or find peace in solitude, this episode is your guide to a more fulfilled and intentional life. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 04:26 Don’t Be A Resentment Collector 08:47 Money Is Your Servant, Not Your Master 12:33 When Are We Happiest? 15:01 Where Do We Start? 19:12 3 Daily Practices to Transform You 23:37 2 Reasons Why We Can’t Change Our Circle 27:06 Joy Is A Great GPS 28:28 Why Rest Is A Necessity 34:35 Breaking Multi-Generational Culture 41:07 Why You Need to Spend Alone Time  43:00 Rewire Your Relationships With Money 45:35 There Is A Time For Every Season 48:22 What Are Scarcity Scars? 54:13 What Is A Great Friend? 57:10 Don’t Confuse Kindness With Weakness 01:00:33 Someone’s Victory Is Your Possibility Episode Resources: Robin Sharma | Website Robin Sharma | TikTok Robin Sharma | Instagram Robin Sharma | YouTube Robin Sharma | Twitter Robin Sharma | Facebook Robin Sharma | LinkedIn Robin Sharma | Books The Wealth Money Can't Buy: The 8 Hidden Habits to Live Your Richest Life See for privacy information.
How have your goals changed since January?  What's your next step for improvement in the coming 90 days? This episode isn't just a conversation; it's an invitation to dive deep into your thoughts, feelings, and aspirations. Jay discusses the tough questions about identity, authenticity, and personal growth, guiding you through a process of self-discovery and transformation. You'll find insights and strategies to help you understand who you truly are and how to align your life with your deepest values. Whether you're looking to break free from the fear of judgment, understand your true desires, or simply get a clearer picture of where you're headed, this is the ultimate guide to your first 90-day check in. In this episode, you'll learn: How to overcome the fear of judgment How to be your true self How to handle external pressure If you're ready to challenge the status quo and redefine your sense of self, let's uncover the power of self-reflection and the beauty of becoming who you truly are.  With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:03 Why Live Your Years in Quarters 03:11 The Hardest Challenge Today 05:12 #1: What Is the Most Difficult Judgment You’re Afraid Of? 07:00 #2: Who Would You Be If You Didn’t Worry What People Would Think About You? 07:57 #3: What Would You Do If You Didn’t Worry About What People Think Of You? 13:47 What Did You Use to Value You Don’t Value Anymore? 16:58 Attachment and Aversion Are Two Sides of the Same Coin 21:07 3 Questions You Need to Ask YourselfSee for privacy information.
Do you want to know why sitting for a long time shortens your lifespan? Do you want to know how to transform your daily routine? Today, Jay is joined by Gary Brecka, the Co-Founder and Chief Biologist of 10X Health and the founder of The Ultimate Human. With more than 20 years of Bio-Hacking and functional medicine experience, Gary has worked with and everyone from CEOs to professional athletes from the UFC, NFL, Professional Boxing, and entertainment industries.  What will you do when there is a possibility to predict how many more years you have left? Jay and Gary ponder on how our daily habits and emotional states impact our overall health and longevity, the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle and emphasizing on the need for regular movement, the benefits of deep, intentional breathing to enhance physical and mental well-being, and the complexities of mental health disorders, shedding light on common misunderstandings and the reasons why some supplements may not deliver their promised benefits.  In this interview, you'll learn: How to boost your emotional health with simple daily practices How to reduce health risks by moving more throughout the day How to deepen and lengthen your breaths for better health How to clear your mind by understanding and addressing brain fog This conversation is focused on empowering listeners with knowledge to make healthier lifestyle choices. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:13 Predicting Your Lifespan 09:17 What Is An Emotional State? 12:54 Sedentary Lifestyle Is a Health Hazard 15:37 Why You Need to Breath Deeper and Longer 22:44 Why Mental Health Disorders are Often Misunderstood 32:20 The Some Supplements Don’t Work 36:54 The Science Behind Brain Fog 44:30 Pre and Postpartum Care 48:55 Folic Acid Mutation 50:36 Deficiencies Are Passed Down, Not Diseases 56:01 What’s Wrong with Tap Water? 01:03:02 How Much Chlorine is in Your Water? 01:06:41 Gary on Final Five  Episode Resources: Gary Brecka | TikTok Gary Brecka | Instagram Gary Brecka | LinkedIn Gary Brecka | YouTube Gary Brecka | Website The Ultimate Human with Gary Brecka See for privacy information.
Are you struggling with anxiety? Are you looking for ways to become less anxious? Today, Jay Shetty will share several ways to manage anxiety, why it consumes us and how we can navigate through it. Jay will also share insights on how to consciously choose and amplify the voices and influences that nurture your well-being, how to program your mind with positivity and intentionality before bed and upon waking up - a crucial practice that can pave the way for a restful night and a more focused tomorrow. In this episode, you'll learn: How to not start your day with worry Begin each morning with gratitude  Prepare your mind with positive thoughts  There is healing in acceptance and tolerance, the essential practices for cultivating inner peace and resilience against life's inevitable ups and downs. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 00:29 Do You Worry a Lot? 03:38 Avoid Dealing with Your Worries Upon Waking Up   07:31 Start Your Day with Gratitude 11:25 Increase the Voice You Want to Hear 14:49 Program Your Mind Before Going to Bed 18:42 Sometimes, Staying Busy is Healthy 19:48 Practice Acceptance and ToleranceSee for privacy information.
Do you want to know how to stop your guilt cycle? Do you want to know how to build positive mental strength? Today, let's welcome back renowned psychiatrist and brain disorder specialist Dr. Daniel Amen. Dr. Amen known for his work as the director of the Amen Clinics and a bestselling author, having written numerous books on brain health and wellness, and has also produced television programs promoting his theories on brain health.  Dr. Amen talks about mindful parenting, ways you can set goals with your children and nurturing their ability to think independently. He shares a simple 20-minute practice to deepen your connection with your child, and understand the pivotal role of boundaries in their development.  Let's understand how critical it is when children retreat into themselves and offer strategies to mend and strengthen the fragile threads of parent-child bonds. Dr. Amen challenges the practice of labeling children as 'smart' and instead, focuses on cultivating their problem-solving skills and shed light on the often-overlooked emotional burdens our actions can place on our kids, from the subtleties of attachment to the complexities of misunderstanding them. In this interview, you'll learn: How to empower kids through responsibility How to build mental strength How to foster problem-solving in children How to implement loving discipline How to instill the value of hard work on kids This conversation will help you better understand the hacks of raising well-rounded, resilient, and loving individuals in today's fast-paced world.  With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 00:46 How Do You Set Goals For Your Kids? 04:34 How Do Children Become Free Thinkers? 10:19 Allow Your Child to Get Uncomfortable 13:01 The 20-Minute Practice to Bond with Your Child 17:46 What Does No Boundaries Lead To? 21:26 Why Do Children Shut Down? 24:54 How Do You Repair a Broken Bond? 28:00 Don’t Tell Your Child They Are Smart 31:04 How Can Your Child Solve a Problem? 33:07 You’re Making Your Kids Miserable 35:16 Attachments That Become Broken 37:37 I Don’t Understand My Child 41:54 What is a Loving Discipline? 44:51 My Child is Addicted to Social Media 46:25 What Does Social Do to the Brain? 48:35 Effects of Divorce on Kids 51:01 Teach Your Child to Self-Soothe 53:39 How to Love Your Child Right  Episode Resources: Dr. Daniel Amen | TikTok Dr. Daniel Amen | Instagram Dr. Daniel Amen | Twitter Dr. Daniel Amen | LinkedIn Dr. Daniel Amen | Facebook Dr. Daniel Amen | Books Dr. Daniel Amen | Website Amen University Take The ACE Quiz See for privacy information.
Do you feel tired of small talk and no real connection? Do you want to start building genuine friendships? Today, Jay talks about the eight simple tips to help you decide which friends to keep close and which ones you might need to step back from. You'll learn how to spot friends who make you happy and help you grow, and notice the ones who might be bringing you down. Let's understand the impact of the company you keep, the power of focusing on yourself, and the wisdom in discerning relationships meant for a season, reason, or lifetime. Jay unpacks the value of tough conversations and learns to distinguish between fleeting friendships and those destined for depth. There is strength in setting boundaries and the transformative experience of shared challenges.  In this episode, you’ll learn: How to choose your long-term friends How to deepen new friendships How to be the right friends to others This episode is your guide to nurturing genuine connections and fostering personal growth in a world craving authenticity. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:00 Who Do You Spend Time With? 04:05 Focus on Yourself 05:06 Season, Reason, or a Lifetime 10:29 Is Repairing a Broken Relationship Worth It? 13:24 Why Do We Need These Hard Conversations? 15:58 Not Every Friendship Has a Future 18:32 Shallow Conversations Don’t Lead to Genuine Connection 21:26 Barriers Keep Others Out, Boundaries Keep Us Safe 23:08 If You Don’t Fit In, That’s Okay 25:04 Doing Difficult Things Together See for privacy information.
What happens in our body when we eat sugar?How does a glucose spike affect our health? Jay welcomes Jessie Inchauspé (Otherwise known as Glucose Goddess.) Jessie is a French biochemist and New York Times bestselling author. Jessie is on a mission to translate cutting-edge science into easy tips to help people improve their physical and mental health through studies of glucose. In her books Glucose Revolution and The Glucose Goddess Method, which sold over 1 million copies worldwide in 40 languages, she shares her startling discovery about the essential role of blood sugar in every aspect of our lives, and the surprising hacks to optimize it. Jessie doesn't hold back as she unpacks the world of nutrition and wellness, and the intricate relationship between glucose, sugar consumption, and overall health. Jessie discusses the fundamentals of glucose and its vital role in fueling our bodies, the detrimental effects of excessive sugar consumption, and the three glucose spikes that can wreak havoc on our well-being. The hidden sources of high sugar content in everyday foods will surprise you therefore learning the practical strategies to train your body to burn fat for fuel is essential as well as uncovering the tips for eliminating post-meal cravings and the benefits of adopting a zero-sugar lifestyle.  In this interview, you will learn: The role of glucose in the bodyThe foods that help lower blog sugarThe hacks to control blood sugar spikeThe best practices to optimize your sugar intake Tune in to this eye-opening conversation with Jay and Jessie as they talk about practical tips, expert advice, and invaluable wisdom to help you make informed choices and prioritize your health and well-being. With Love and Gratitude,Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro05:36 What is Glucose and How Is It Used by Our Body?08:15 We Don’t Need to Eat Sugar10:30 The Three Glucose Spikes That Damage Our Body15:32 Foods with Hidden High Sugar Content17:20 The Crash After the Glucose Spike20:25 How to Train Your Body to Burn Fat for Fuel24:35 How to Eliminate Post Meal Cravings30:08 Why It’s Better to Have Zero Sugar Intake Daily34:55 Sleep and Glucose Go Hand in Hand37:12 How Blood Sugar Levels Affect Mental Health43:18 Ideal Foods to Take Before Workout 46:57 The Benefits of Taking Vinegar Before Meals49:56 Put “Clothing” on Your Carbs53:33 Fruits Are Healthy Until It Gets Processed57:26 Stop Counting Your Calories01:03:53 The Anti-Spike Formula 01:05:50 The Disheartening Truth About Taking Ozempic to Lose Weight01:08:58 Jessie on Final Five  Episode Resources: - Jessie Inchauspé | Instagram- Jessie Inchauspé | Twitter- Jessie Inchauspé | TikTok- Glucose Revolution- Glucose Goddess - Jessies New Dietary SupplementSee for privacy information.
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