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On Purpose with Jay Shetty

My name is Jay Shetty, and my purpose is to make wisdom go viral. I’m fortunate to have fascinating conversations with the most insightful people in the world, and on my podcast, I’m sharing those conversations with you. New episodes Mondays and Fridays. Please rate and review the podcast if you enjoy it. Live life today ON PURPOSE.


6 Step Plan To Block Social Media From Controlling Your Life And Mind
How many of us spend our free time on social media? Do you find yourself becoming unproductive because of it? Today, we will unravel the ways in which social media can subtly control our minds and lifestyles. The journey begins by acknowledging that if we don't learn to use technology consciously, it can end up consuming us entirely. Step by step, we navigate through practical strategies to regain control and create a healthier relationship with social media.  These strategies guide us toward fostering more meaningful interactions, like detaching from devices during social gatherings, creating 'no technology' zones in our homes, and engaging in curious and vulnerable conversations with loved ones. We also learn the importance of transforming from passive consumers to active creators.  In this episode, you'll learn: How addictive social media can be How to develop a healthy screen time How to spend your time more productively How to make genuine connections in person Through these steps, we embark on a transformative journey towards mastering technology, ultimately reclaiming our presence and connection in the digital age. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:14 How does social media control your mind and your life? 06:57 If we don't learn how to use technology, it ends up consuming us  10:42 Step #1 On social media, people talk about themselves 80% of the time 12:39 How can we shift into connecting with others on social media? 15:51 Step #2: Do activities without your phone with your friends 20:00 Step #3: Create a ‘no technology’ zone in your home 23:14 Step #4: Have more curious, vulnerable conversations with people you love 24:59 Step #5: Become a creator not a consumer 26:45 Step #6: Having alternatives is easier than setting blocks Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
29:25 9/22/23
Becky G ON: Finding Your Sense of Belonging & How to Masterfully Block Negativity and Rejection
Do you want to feel like you belong?  Do you want to block negativity and rejection?  In this episode we dive deep into what it means to step into your authentic self and the tools needed to do so. Today, I welcome multi-platinum, award-winning singer, songwriter, actress, and activist Becky G. The 26-year-old global superstar's long list of achievements include four Latin GRAMMY nominations, four number one hits on the Billboard Latin Airplay Charts, and her debut album Mala Santa (October 2019) is certified 8X Platinum in the United States. In June, Becky released her latest single “La Nena” alongside Gabito Ballesteros giving fans another glimpse of what’s to come.  Becky G did not hesitate to dive deep into the heart of authenticity and self-discovery. We start by awakening to a deeper sense of self, shaking off those social constructs that keep us from being our authentic selves. It's a reminder that it's perfectly okay to embrace who we are and find happiness in that authenticity. Throughout our conversation, we explore the importance of creating spaces where our uniqueness is celebrated, not just tolerated. We also touch on the idea that it's alright if not everyone likes us - what truly matters is staying true to ourselves. In this interview, you'll learn: How to tap into your authentic self How to embrace your uniqueness How to take risks for success Why self-love is a must How to be persistent in adversities How stay focused on your goal Join us on this journey of self-discovery and connection, where we celebrate the beauty of being our authentic selves in a complex world. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:41 An awakening for a deeper sense of self 02:48 The social constructs that don’t allow us to be our authentic self 04:27 The concept of not half of this and half of that 09:12 You gotta make yourself happy and stay rooted to your authenticity 12:31 We need spaces where our uniqueness is accepted 15:17 We all come from something so much bigger than us 19:13 Maybe it’s okay if we’re not liked by everybody 25:13 “You have to be willing to do something you haven’t done to get the result you never had.” 28:49 The three-legged table: the mind, body, and soul 34:54 How do you create quality connections? 37:23 “Just because you can, it doesn’t mean you should.” 39:59 Always have empathy and compassion for yourself 46:56 Sometimes a good cry is the best way to release pent up emotions 51:46 “Everything happens for you, not to you.” 58:13 The healing journey of relationships that has ended 01:01:27 Who do you share your failures and successes with? 01:09:29 Starting an acting career after empowered personalities 01:14:49 Finding mutual spaces where you can change and grow 01:17:53 How do you stay open to finding your purpose you have in life 01:20:06 Do you believe in guardian angels? 01:23:45 Did we lose our listening ability when communicating? 01:06:37 Becky G on Final Five Episode Resources: Becky G | YouTube Becky G | Instagram Becky G | Facebook Becky G | TikTok Becky G | Website Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
92:18 9/18/23
Idina Menzel ON: How to Be Present without Self Judgment or Criticism & The Importance of Consistency to Achieve Your Goals
What was your biggest dream as a child? Growing up, did you have the best environment to pursue these dreams? Or did you need to set them aside for a different purpose in life? Today, Jay sits down with the iconic voice behind Elsa from the film Frozen, Idina Menzel. Idina's other well-known character is Elphaba in the original Broadway production of the musical "Wicked." She co-authored the children's book, Loud Mouse. One of the big takeaways here is how our dreams and ambitions are like living entities, always changing and growing, just like we are. As we navigate life's various chapters, our goals shift in response to what matters most to us. It's a reminder that it's perfectly okay for our dreams to evolve and expand as we do. Idina has a way of nudging us to appreciate diverse viewpoints and experiences. The podcast encourages us to embrace this and to seek understanding and connection with others. There's a powerful message about the strength in being open, vulnerable, and compassionate in a world that can sometimes be a bit harsh.  In this interview, you’ll learn: How our dreams evolve throughout the years How to navigate challenges that come our way How to be less self-absorbed in certain situations Why understanding someone has limitations How to allow your authentic voice to be heard Ultimately, this conversation is like a friendly nudge to live life on our terms, free from the weight of other people's judgments. It's an invitation to explore our ever-changing perspectives, to find strength in resilience, and to chase our passions with fervor. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 02:31 What keeps you going these days? 06:00 When you start seeing things differently through a different lens 08:43 The story of a young girl learning her way with music through experience 12:23 How ambition and dreams can evolve through the years 16:07 The long developmental process of musical shows 19:46 The mission was to show up and never miss a show 23:39 How do you find perspective and become less self-absorbed? 26:14 How do you stay present in the moment? 31:09 How to communicate through differences with parents and children    35:55 Idina wrote a children’s book that allows children to be more themselves! 40:39 How do you allow your authentic voice to be heard? 41:54 What it is like to revisit a character you played years later 44:27 Why it is challenging to believe we can walk in someone else’s shoes  46:37 Stop worrying about what other people think and live your own life Episode Resources: Idina Menzel | Website Idina Menzel | Instagram Idina Menzel | YouTube Idina Menzel | Facebook Idina Menzel | TikTok Loud Mouse Drama Queen Digital Album Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
46:38 9/15/23
Brian Chesky ON: The Crisis of Disconnection and Loneliness & How to Tap Into Your Creative Potential
How far are you willing to go to pursue your passion and achieve success? Do you sometimes find yourself sitting in silence and getting in your own thoughts? When we're driven by our passion, we become creative, motivated, and enduring every hardship that comes our way.  Today, Airbnb Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Brian Chesky sits down with Jay for an honest and eye-opening conversation about the other side of success.  Brian talks about how crucial it is to choose your group wisely for the people you surround yourself with can make a big difference, sharing success with others keeps you from feeling all alone in your victories, and the need for balance between focusing on your goals and creating a community where you can thrive.  Mental health is another important point of discussion as well as the outdated perceptions we have of ourselves that potentially blocks personal growth.  In this interview, you'll learn: How to be wise in choosing your people How to keep valuable friendships How to deal with success How to overcome loneliness How to be of service to others How creativity can solve problems Join us in this engaging conversation as we navigate the twists and turns, seeking wisdom and connection for personal growth. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 02:16 Choose the people you want to surround yourself with 05:33 Going in a journey that will help you learn something new about yourself 08:47 Never allow arguments to win over your friendships 13:28 Share your success or else it might feel so isolating 18:24 To truly understand someone is to try to walk in their shoes 20:35 That feeling where you don’t fit in anywhere 28:29 Loneliness has led to a lot of mental health issues 34:59 Worry less about what people think, focus on what you can share with others 39:42 There are two words that define being alone - loneliness and solitude 41:40 Creativity is about bringing different experiences together 49:00 Try more things, have more experiences, and avoid seeking status 50:41 What would your younger self tell you now? 55:37 We are who we think other people think we are 57:48 The tendency to make an outdated perception of ourselves 01:00:32 How do you want to be remembered? 01:03:15 Singular focus is good for success but it has limitations   01:09:03 What keeps you up at night? 01:14:19 How do you process your thoughts and ideas? 01:17:38 Finding a shared value and having clarity about what you want to do 01:20:13 Losing yourself while pursuing your passion 01:24:00 How do you want to define family? 01:27:47 The wisdom of older people and the curiosity of a child 01:32:16 Even though things are interconnected, it doesn’t mean they’re all the same 01:36:12 Brian on Final Five Episode Resources: Brian Chesky | Instagram Airbnb Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
102:12 9/11/23
My Birthday Episode: 12 Lessons I've Learned in the Last 12 Months & Ways You Can Apply Them Into Your Life
Each year is a new year to develop new skills and acquire more knowledge. We also discover more things about ourselves and learn new lessons along the way. In this birthday episode special, I'm sharing with you some of the biggest personal and professional reflections in the past 12 months. Our relationships greatly influence our well-being so it's crucial to surround ourselves with individuals who uplift and support us. Our bodies are our most essential assets, and nurturing them is a fundamental responsibility.  In reality, even with the purest of intentions, there will always be individuals who seek to undermine or criticize us.  It encourages resilience in the face of negativity and a focus on staying true to one's path.  In this episode, you'll learn: The importance of self-care How to stay grounded How to love yourself more Being perfect isn't required when helping others How to serve others with gratitude These valuable life lessons provide a roadmap for personal growth, resilience, and a meaningful life. They serve as reminders of the beauty and complexity of human existence, encouraging us to learn and evolve. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:56 Personal and professional reflections for the last 12 months 02:43 Lesson #1: Be really conscious about who you keep and let go in your life 07:33 Lesson #2: Take care of your body like your life depends on it 12:19 Lesson #3: It’s okay to ask for a hug or help from others 16:40 Lesson #4: Don’t buy into your own hype, stay connected to where you started 19:37 Lesson #5: People will always try to tear you down no matter how good your intentions are 22:10 Lesson #6: Different levels come with different problems 26:11 Lesson #7: As you get older, don't forget to do things for your younger self.  29:45 Lesson #8: Give yourself permission to be all of you  30:22 Lesson #10: You don't have to be perfect to help others 31:11 Lesson #9: You can’t avoid mistakes but don’t avoid the lesson 32:38 Lesson #11: Make new memories instead of living old ones again and again 34:03 Lesson #12: Use your gifts and skills in the service of others. Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
35:37 9/8/23
Reneé Rapp ON: How to Break the Patterns of Negative Self Talk & Ways to Stop Using External Judgement to Measure Your Achievement
Anxiety is an ongoing battle that happens right inside your mind. Your mind becomes this never-ending movie reel of worst-case scenarios, and it just keeps on playing.  When we're stuck with anxious thoughts, we want to find an escape. Today, singer and songwriter Reneé Rapp, known for her role of Regina George in the Tony-nominated Mean Girls musical on Broadway, sits down with me to share her incredible journey.  Reneé and I offer insights on how to prepare oneself mentally and emotionally for the inevitable disappointments that life may bring, the insidious nature of self-criticism and its far-reaching effects, and the art of expressing vulnerability without fearing miscommunication. Self-doubt can be a formidable obstacle to pursuing one's passions. We will also explore the strategies to confront and overcome self-doubt and overcome the role of being one's own harshest critic. In this interview, you will learn: How to understand perception and well-being How to prepare for future disappointment How to be less self-critical How to manage your inner voice How to express insecurities effectively How to stay resilient in challenging situations Together, let us transform uncertainties into positivity and look forward to reshaping our mindset.   With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty Reneé Rapp’s debut album “Snow Angel” is out now  What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:46 Understanding how others perceive you and its impact on your well-being 05:05 What happens with you come face-to-face with a stalker 06:57 Ways to not prepare yourself for future disappointment   09:03 Why excessive self-criticism can hurt your self-confidence 11:20 How do you interpret your inner voices?  14:32 How to find a mindset to help yourself improve  17:45 Cultivating a passion for acting, even when it presents occasional challenges 20:41 How do you express your insecurities effectively without fearing miscommunication 23:08 Do you let self-doubt keep you from pursuing your passions? 26:55 How resilient are you in the most unfavorable situations? 35:19 Placing trust in the wrong people can have adverse consequences on your life 40:44 How to find a strong inner group filled with trust 41:39 Reneé recounts a traumatic experience  45:16 Stay focused on the love for your family and the special people in your life 48:03 How can you escape the self-imposed role of being your own harshest critic? 50:46 What would you tell yourself now? 52:48 If you could unlearn something from your past, what new knowledge or skill would you want to acquire now? 55:16 How can you transform the uncertainties in your life into more positive, joyful experiences? 01:17 Renee on Final Five  Episode Resources: Reneé Rapp | YouTube Reneé Rapp | Instagram Reneé Rapp | TikTok Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
69:34 9/4/23
7+ Powerful Habits To Avoid Loneliness, Feel Connected And Build Authentic Community
Ever find yourself yearning for a deeper bond with those around you?   Creating deeper connections doesn't have to be an exhausting or daunting task. We can still create connections in the simplest most ordinary ways if we make time for it and show sincerity.  From the hustle and bustle of everyday life to the moments of solitude, we'll uncover the secrets to forging relationships that stand the test of time. Your social life doesn't have to feel like a performance – let's make it a celebration. Let's explore how broadening your emotional language can be the key to unlocking a world of deeper connections. Say goodbye to surface-level chatter and say hello to discussions that spark genuine connections. From sharing smiles with strangers to using technology to our advantage, each habit is a stepping stone to deeper relationships.  In this episode, you'll learn: How to bridge connection gap How to tune into yourself before making connections How to be more vocal about your emotions How to make new memories with old friends How to start engaging conversations Hope you're able to genuinely connect with someone today. Let's make every connection count! With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:36 Do you sometimes feel lonely, or disconnected from the people around you? 07:58 Habit #1: Check in with yourself - Does your social life start to feel like work or when your social life feels like it's non-existent? 14:14 Habit #2: Expand your emotional vocabulary -  If you wanna see, hear, and understand and value other people better, you need to expand your emotional vocabulary 17:56 Habit #3: Old new and new old - While we use nostalgia to build connection, try to build new memories with an old friend 20:44 Habit #4: Ask interesting questions - Go for more open and fascinating questions that won’t pressure other people to answer 23:05 Habit #5: Deep versus shallow time - Take the time to invest in creating a small group where you can build deeper connections  26:07 Habit #6: Look for patterns and connections where others don’t see them 27:20 Habit #7: Smile at strangers and say hello creates an energy for small moments of connection 28:40 Habit #8: Use technology to your advantage and connect with people you haven’t talked with in a while or reconnect with them anytime 30:04 Habit #9: Giving creates connect - When you give someone a part of you, a piece of you, a truth about you, it allows you to connect with them 30:52 Habit #10: Invite people for ordinary tasks - It’s okay to spend time with people in boring ways and connect with them 31:34 Habit #11: Connecting with people in all ages  Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
33:17 9/1/23
Lori Gottlieb ON: How to Set and Keep Better Boundaries & Ways to Know if You Are Settling in Relationships
Why do we often struggle when we are trying to build a lasting relationship with someone? Why is love not enough to make two people genuinely care for each other and stay happy together? Let's unpack the conversation I had with Lori Gottlieb. Lori is a psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, which has sold nearly two million copies and is currently being adapted as a television series. In addition to her clinical practice, she is co-host of the popular “Dear Therapists” podcast now in its 4th season. In this digital age, the power of in-person conversations is unparalleled, therefore, face-to-face discussions not only ease challenging topics but also strengthen connections, even in times of disagreement. We will eExplore the fascinating urge to share our stories when conversations turn distant. Uncover the psychology behind this impulse and its impact on nurturing authentic connections. It's important to find the balance between desired traits and the potential for mutual growth. And boundaries aren't about controlling others; they're about prioritizing self-care.  In this interview, you'll learn: How to deal with unwanted peer pressure How to master difficult conversations The importance of setting early relationship goals How to balance the qualities we look for in a partner The positive impact of active listening How to navigate relationship triggers  Let's uncover the truths, debunk the myths, and reshape the way you perceive and nurture connections. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:02 What should you do if a friend is pushing you to do something that makes you uncomfortable? 03:24 In-person conversations ease difficult discussions; connection persists despite disagreement 05:16 Set relationship goals early; they reveal compatibility quickly 07:47 Social anxiety often mirrors our childhood treatment 11:51 The urge to discuss oneself grows when sensing disinterest or neglect in conversations  16:24 Your potential partner might possess certain preferred qualities, yet not encompass all you seek 18:26 Identify your deal breakers and let go of the relationship fantasies we grew up with 22:25 How to shift from rigidity to actively listening to your partner? 26:47 By comprehending your partner's triggers, you can guide them back to the present moment 29:28 Boundaries involve defining self-care actions, not manipulating others' behavior around you 35:14 Consistency with our self-set boundaries fosters meaningful connections 39:10 Let go of what you couldn’t have and then go find it in someone without trying to change them 41:41 What does money and gender roles represent in your relationship?  44:56 Having an authentic, open, and genuine conversation, even if uncomfortable, isn't unkind 49:22 Dating entails the concessions you're ready to offer and those your partner commits to as well 53:32 You can multitask your pursuits. It's fine to follow your passion while staying in your current situation 57:33 Journaling creates a safe space for self-expression, free from the fear of judgment by others 01:02:02 Journaling offers the advantage of cultivating accountability through increased self-compassion 01:04:45 A breakup is a form of grief, as you've lost a shared past and the gradually constructed future with that person   Episode Resources: Lori Gottlieb | YouTube Lori Gottlieb | Instagram Lori Gottlieb | Website Dear Therapists Podcast Maybe You Should Talk to Someone Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
74:17 8/28/23
4 Differences Between Toxic Vs Healthy Relationships and 6 Steps to Make the Shift no Matter Where You Are in Your Journey
Relationships often start with a spark, but how do you keep that spark alive without getting burnt? It's a common question that many couples face as they navigate the complexities of maintaining a healthy and deep relationship. Today, we will look deep into seeing the differences between a toxic and a healthy relationship and uncover the ways to build a lasting one. Every relationship is different - but understanding these four different toxic traits that are common in relationships will help you move away from something that is not serving you.  Moving to a healthy relationship when you’re coming from a toxic one is difficult but finding the courage to do so is a crucial step towards your emotional well-being and personal growth.  In this episode, you'll learn: How to prioritize healthy love over perfection How to embrace each other’s unique identities How to avoid over-reliance and codependence How to practice transparent communication Hope that this guides you through a more healthy and happy relationship!  With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 02:32 What is the real definition of healthy vs. unhealthy love? 03:56 Toxic Trait #1: Over-reliance on one person - Do you go to your partner for everything that you need? 11:41 Toxic Trait #2: The idea of trying to change someone -  We try to change our partners to be like us but have we ever thought about letting them be them and we be ourselves? 16:36 Toxic Trait #3: Playing games - Are you pursuing peace with your partner or are you pursuing power over your partner? 22:20 Toxic Trait #4: Losing your own identity - Don’t sacrifice your interests and independence for a relationship Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
27:07 8/25/23
Russ ON: How to Change Your Self-Critical Mindset & The Truth Behind the Emotional Struggles of Men
Have you tirelessly pursued a dream, only to discover an underlying emptiness even after achieving it? Many have experienced this paradox of achieving a dream, yet still feeling unfulfilled. It's a common experience where the pursuit of a goal doesn't always lead to lasting contentment. Today, we have a special guest who's been on the podcast before - multi-platinum rapper, singer-songwriter, producer, and best-selling author - Russ.  Russ talks to us about his successful music career and the highs and lows that come with fame and excess. He shares his self-development journey and the realizations he's come to by facing his emotions and going to therapy.  Russ' fifth studio album SANTIAGO was released on August 18th, 2023. In our quest for understanding, we shatter the myth of perfectionism, revealing its often-hidden undercurrents and the misconceptions around seeking help. We will examine the roles we play in the lives of others and the profound effects of vulnerability on our connections, the profound shift in mindset that dismantles rigidity and nurtures flexibility, and the role of emotional suppression in men's lives.  Intriguing conversations lead us to the heart of healthy internal dialogue, providing tools to process thoughts and emotions while nurturing a sense of self-awareness. We contemplate the intricate relationship between our identities and the roles we assume, and the transformative effects of releasing these roles when they no longer serve us. In this interview, you will learn: The emotional struggles of men The misconceptions about being a perfectionist How to have a healthy dialogue with yourself How to get around destructive habits How evolution is part of personal growth How to become flexible in life We invite you to join us on this deep exploration of self, witnessing the power of embracing authenticity and confronting insecurities head-on.  With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 00:19 What happens when you keep chasing after something you thought you wanted but you still feel empty? 04:46 Men have become professionals in masking their emotions. What happens when it becomes too much? 08:43 What do men struggle with the most? How are they coping with it? 11:27 The misconception about being a perfectionist and how help is being coded as a form of criticism 14:26 What role do you play in other people’s lives?  16:15 Why are men afraid to show vulnerability to others, especially around women? 19:43 Everyone is at a different place in their journey, wherever you maybe right now is fine 22:57 Stop chasing approval and validation from other people 31:22 What are the practices you’re doing to validate yourself? 34:14 Healthy internal dialogue with yourself can help you process the thoughts in your mind 38:39 If your identity is based on the role you play, what happens when you can longer play that role? 39:49 What does growing up and then growing down mean? 40:58 “I don’t like myself.” Have you felt this before? 42:27 Why does the rejection of your insecurities lead to destructive habits? 45:51 What insecurity have you been holding onto? 48:00 If you can talk to your younger self now, what do you need to hear? 52:07 If you still carry the same beliefs from your younger self after learning so a lot of things then you’re not growing 56:29 The downside of having the mentality that you’re always right 58:41 The shift in mindset that can help you remove rigidity and become more flexible 01:04:01 This version of yourself that has not been shown to the world 01:06:17 Do you create a false sense of safety and security in your life? 01:11:09 Creating music after a book and the message it portrays   Episode Resources: Russ | YouTube Russ | Instagram Russ | Facebook Russ | TikTok Russ | Website Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
80:25 8/21/23
4 Pivotal Decisions in Life We Make Daily & 3 Ways to Approach Conflict Resolution in Relationships
How can we navigate the challenges of communication in relationships, especially when faced with difficult conversations? How can personal growth and self-development impact our relationships, and what challenges might arise from this? Communication is the lifeblood of any relationship, yet navigating tough conversations can be daunting. And society loves painting relationships with broad strokes, but the canvas of human connection is far more intricate. Today, I am excited to share the conversation I had with Krista Williams of the Almost 30 podcast. We focused on why nobody teaches us about love and how to give and fully receive it.  Life has a knack for teaching us lessons that craft intimacy but let's not be swayed by the virtual façade. Instead, let's tear down the walls and unearth the truth behind meaningful connections that transcend screens.    Understanding oneself is the gateway to banishing the echoes of loneliness and by exploring love's multi-dimensional essence, we will learn the three focal points that breed growth, trust, and intimacy.  We'll uncover the roles we play in relationships and shatter society's molds to find our truth as well as unlock the art of communicating through discomfort. In this interview, you'll learn: The key decisions we make in life How to unlock your truth The real definition of love The different roles we play in any relationship How to deal with relationship struggles How to set the right intentions  Your journey to self-discovery and enriched connections starts here. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 02:40 Here are the four important decisions you will keep making in your life 07:13 How do you get your relationship right? Maybe, allow life to humble you 10:11 The truth is social media doesn’t have much impact on genuine relationships 13:38 If you don't feel you understand yourself, you will feel alone 19:04 Love doesn’t have one definition, it has three key areas you can focus on 25:27 Spark alone doesn’t make a relationship work  29:40 Should people marry their bestfriend? Is it a healthy relationship choice? 32:00 Everyone grows at a different time and at a different phase  37:48 What are the three different roles we play in our relationships? 41:09  46:34 The projection society has for men and women might not be our truth 54:07 Not everyone is going to learn from the resource materials you have learned from 01:19:40 Are women going through personal growth, self-development, and work fatigue? 01:01:00 This is why making other people your purpose doesn’t work 01:04:31 We want to talk about how people behave and or how they act, but we don't want to talk about our intentions 01:09:02 People often struggle in a relationship because they don’t know how to talk about hard things 01:13:11 Books are not meant to be read, it’s meant to help guide you in difficult and challenging times Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
82:19 8/18/23
Ari Emanuel ON: How to Silence the Doubt in Your Mind & Strategies for Transforming your Career
Change is the only constant, and in this fast-paced world, we strive to keep up with its relentless flow.  How can we train our minds to embrace discomfort and uncertainty, unlearning the inner voice that holds us back from taking action? Today, I welcome Ariel Emanuel, the Chief Executive Officer of Endeavor (NYSE: EDR), a global sports and entertainment company, home to many of the world’s most dynamic and engaging storytellers, brands, live events and experiences. The company is comprised of industry leaders including entertainment agency WME; sports, fashion, events and media company IMG; and premier mixed martial arts organization UFC®. In this conversation, we are going into a transformative journey, exploring the power of releasing anger, and understanding the shifting objectives that shape our lives. Learn practical strategies to embrace growth and train our minds to be comfortable with discomfort, allowing us to navigate change with grace and resilience, unlearn the habit of silencing the inner voice that blocks us from taking action, and challenge societal definitions of success and explore the importance of defining our own path and purpose.  You will learn: - How to embrace discomfort and be comfortable with it - When to start listening to your inner voice - Why anger is unproductive - How to shift your mindset and relearn contentment - How to seize opportunities to create the life you desire - Why we need to pursue health and wellness Let us awaken the wisdom within us and live a life aligned with our truest values and aspirations. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 00:50 Change is happening a lot faster nowadays and we’re trying to keep up to it 02:03 How can you train your mind to be comfortable with discomfort? 04:49 Unlearning how to not listen to your inner voice that’s stopping you from taking action 07:27 Anger can only get you to a certain point but there’s nothing more to it 12:36 Did you grow up with a stack of objectives that has changed overtime? 13:50 We don’t often realize when we’re no longer in a competitive state and we find it difficult to shift our mindset 19:17 What’s the difference between success and contentment?  21:13 “Life is not a dress rehearsal, you better get to where you want to get to.” 24:03 How do you build something from scratch and without enough funding? 26:45 Recalling a life event that has completely changed the trajectory of your life 32:14 How do you operate your life? Do you allow others' definition of success to dictate your life? 36:19 “It’s not about living forever, it’s about being healthy while you live.” 39:21 What types of therapies are you taking interest in? 41:37 When you’re making high risk decisions, what do you do? How do you prepare? 45:15 How do you create a space for talents to be able to freely create their content? 48:21 The shift from a full workforce at the office to people having the option to work from home 50:28 What has been the biggest failure in your life? 53:00 How do you get out of the I-got-to-jump-and-respond state? 54:15” You have to work hard and you have to show up.” 56:43 Ariel on Final Five Episode Resources: Endeavor Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
65:14 8/14/23
5 Types Of Guilt You Are Going Through And 7 Steps To Stop Letting It Drain Your Energy
Have you ever been caught in the intricate web of guilt and shame, unable to discern their differences and the profound impact they can have on our lives? It is in the embrace of these complexities that we embark on a journey of self-discovery, unraveling the layers of guilt and shame to illuminate the path towards growth. In this episode, we shall delve into the depths of guilt, examining its many forms and manifestations.  Whether it's the persistent burden of past mistakes, the impact of our actions on those around us, the guilt that stems from unmet expectations and commitments, or the often overlooked sensation of privilege guilt, there are ways to overcome these emotions.  As we go through the different types, we shall emerge with newfound insights and perspectives, better equipped to navigate these complex emotions. Through understanding, reflection, and conscious action, we shall rise above guilt's shadows and embrace the light of self-forgiveness, empowerment, and transformation.  In this episode you'll learn: The difference between guilt and shame The different types of guilt How to deal with the emotional burdens of guilt How to grow from getting stuck in the past This is a journey of emotional growth, healing, and attaining inner peace that you wouldn’t want to miss. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 02:37 Let’s understand the difference between shame and guilt and how to define them 05:03 What are the different types of guilt we experience in life?  12:09 The five types of guilt and how you can grow out of it 13:51 Type #1: Do you often think of a past mistake and still feel guilty about it? 19:27 Type #2: You feel guilty when someone tells you how your action made them feel bad 24:03 Type #3: The guilt of not making time for others or letting someone else down 26:46 Type #4: The guilt of not having pain, of having privilege, or having safety and security    28:12 Type #5: The survival guilt, that guilty feeling when you’ve gotten through something difficult when others didn’t  Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
36:55 8/11/23
Peter Attia ON: Scientific Ways to Slow Down Aging & How Your Emotional Health is Impacting your Physical Health
Have you ever found yourself thinking you're fine, only to discover that something is not right within your own body?  When is the right time to consciously invest in your health, and just how crucial is it to understand your family's health history? There are so many questions and so many answers are needed for us to get a better understanding of our own health. Today, I am excited to share the conversation I had with Peter Attia. Peter is the founder of Early Medical, a medical practice that applies the principles of Medicine 3.0 to patients with the goal of lengthening their lifespan and simultaneously improving their healthspan. He is the host of The Drive, one of the most popular podcasts covering the topics of health and medicine. We explore the the detrimental effects of over-nourishment and three transformative approaches to address this imbalance and unlock the path to optimal well-being, the concept of glucose control and its profound impact on our overall health, and the consequences of consuming nutrient-deficient plants and unravel the complex interplay between regenerative agriculture and the quality of our soil. In our pursuit of healing, we delve into the profound connection between childhood wounds and maladaptive behaviors in adulthood and identify the self-destructive behaviors that may be hindering your progress. In this interview, you'll learn: - How to reverse aging  - When is the best time to invest in your health - How to predict and prevent possible health risks - The benefits of changing your diet to address deficiencies in your body - The link between physical and mental health - How unaddressed big T traumas negatively affect our adult life - How to undo your self-destructive behaviors Join us on this transformative journey as we uncover the wisdom and insights needed to cultivate a life of vitality, resilience, and healing. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 00:14 When you think you’re doing okay but you found out that something is wrong with your body 03:42 When is the right time to consciously start investing in your health?   08:50 How important is it to know your family’s health history?  11:26 What is the best methodology to get a complete family history? 14:16 How do people know how healthy they are? How can you predict health risks early? 19:02 Did you know that over-nourishment is bad for our body? There are three ways to address this 25:31 Do you need to take supplements? If so, what types of supplements are good for your body? 28:39 Are you familiar with glucose control? What is it and how can it help you? 35:50 What happens when you’re eating plants that are less nutrient-dense? 39:11 What is regenerative agriculture and complexity of agricultural soil? 45:09 Should people grow their own vegetable garden, and how can they maintain a good quality soil? 49:04 What is the link between your physical and mental health? 53:10 How do wounded children become adoptive children and become mal-adoptive in their adult life? 55:23 Why is it difficult for us to turn around and acknowledge the root of our pain and suffering? 01:04:54 What are your regrets in life? At the moment, what’s your greatest source of joy? 01:10:39 There are certain things in our life that are non-negotiable 01:17:36 Are there any proven ways to prevent and confront cancer? 01:23:53 Have you identified your self destructive behaviors?   01:28:09 Peter on Final Five Episode Resources: Peter Attia | Website Peter Attia | YouTube Peter Attia | Instagram Peter Attia | Facebook Outlive: The Science and Art of Longevity The Drive Podcast  Early Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
95:10 8/7/23
5 Mindsets Necessary To Build Self Confidence And 4 Ways To Know You're Enough
In the journey of self-discovery, we often find ourselves grappling with the nagging question: "Am I enough?"  Life's struggles can weigh heavily on our hearts, especially when we feel inadequate. But fear not, today we will look deep into building self-esteem and self-confidence. In the face of doubt and self-limiting beliefs, we shall uncover four distinct types of self-worth that shape our perception of ourselves. Everything we have achieved may seem meaningless at times, however, through this pivotal moment of awakening, we shall uncover the true essence of our purpose and redefine our paths with newfound meaning. As we navigate life, we will encounter moments of hesitation and indecision, fearing the uncertainty of future steps. Together, we shall cultivate the courage to take that vital first step towards growth and fulfillment. In this episode, you'll learn: The type of mindset we should avoid The reason why our confidence is low How to improve your self-worth and self-esteem How to get out of the the struggles that limit you Let's join hands as we take steps towards stepping forth into the world with renewed purpose and self-assurance.  With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 02:02 When you’re stuck with feeling like you aren’t enough, how do you deal with it? 05:38 Life is a struggle especially when you think you aren’t enough 10:01 What happens when you realize everything you’ve done in life is useless? 14:25 Type #1: The sense of security and safety is such an important part of our self-worth 15:53 Type #2: When you know your values, it's easier for you to make decisions. 17:06 Type #3: The self-confidence we experience through competence, a skill, an ability that we have 18:54 Type #4: Do you have a place or space that you feel comfortable and you belong to? 22:48 This is one of the reasons why so many struggle so much 24:29 We keep thinking about taking future steps but we never take the first step 26:20 Here’s how you can do to help boost your self confidence  Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
37:21 8/4/23
President Joe Biden ON: How to Navigate the Path of Grief with Resilience and Hope & Ways to Make Challenging Decisions Under Pressure
In this very special episode, it is my great honor to be invited to the White House for a rare and very personal interview with President Joe Biden.  We will witness The President reflecting on his earliest childhood memories that have indelibly shaped his path. We pause and contemplate the significance of reaching out to those facing tough times, for every compassionate connection has the power to uplift and heal. The conversation goes deep as we delve into the profound realm of family, the cornerstone of existence, and discover how to cherish and prioritize those who matter most; and the art of decision-making and preparation, as you learn to navigate life's intricate choices with clarity and mindfulness.  In this interview, you'll learn: - The strength one can draw from having a supportive family - How to stand up for yourself and for others - How to help someone that is grieving  - How to balance the weight of decision-making - The impact of being present in the most challenging times In this episode we embrace the transformative power of love, compassion, and purposeful connection, as we unlock the treasures of our past and present.  With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 03:17 What is your earliest childhood memory that has defined what you have become today? 10:55 When you see people who are going through some tough times, it does matter when you reach out 12:58 How do you let your children and the people that matter to you know that they are important people in your life? 17:35 Family is the most important asset in life. How do you prioritize yours? 21:17 How do you process decision-making? How do you prepare for it? 27:10 How do you assess a person’s motivation so we can get to the root of it? 29:59 The President on Final Five 39:10 The story behind the pictures that The President holds dear Episode Resources: President Joe Biden | Bio President Joe Biden | YouTube President Joe Biden | Instagram Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
41:54 7/31/23
8 Strategies To Deal With Toxic Or Negative People In Your Life, Work, & Relationships
Have you ever found yourself surrounded by negative and toxic people, draining your energy and hindering your growth? Are you getting tired of having to deal with them all the time? Find out how to break free from the shackles of toxicity and cultivate a life filled with positivity, purpose, and meaningful connections.  Today, we will look deep into the realm of toxic relationships, toxic workplaces, and the detrimental effects they can have on our well-being. Learn practical ways to establish healthy parameters and constraints in various areas of your life, find  the wisdom of accepting people as they are and focusing on your own growth and well-being, and gain insights into fostering healthier dynamics through structured approaches. We can also learn how this practice can contribute to greater self-awareness and personal growth and empowering techniques to shift your focus and energy towards positive influences and experiences. In this episode, you'll learn: - How to set boundaries at work  - How to stop trying to fix others' flaws - How to start creating systems that work for you - The practice of being more empathetic to others - How to minimize toxic people's impact in your life With the wisdom of these transformative strategies, we can navigate life's challenges with grace and embrace the path to greater well-being and fulfillment. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:47 How do we deal with negative and toxic people in our lives? 04:44 Many people feel alone even when they are surrounded by friends and family? 06:16 Do you have a toxic workplace? How many people do you know are working in one? 08:20 What is toxic leadership? Is this the main reason why employees leave their company? 10:41 Why do people feel like they’re in a poorly designed job? 15:53 Strategy #1: Set boundaries by setting parameters and constraints 18:03 Strategy #2: The 75/25 rule is when you spend 75% of your time and focus on people who lift you up, and the remaining 25% with people out of necessity 20:11 Strategy #3: We don’t need to fix the negative and toxic people in our life 21:39 Strategy #4: Systems are incredible ways of avoiding emotional baggage in an organization, in a team, and even in a relationship 23:33 Strategy #5: Create policies and agreements with yourself 26:14 Strategy #6: Notice where this trait comes from for them and try to understand it better 27:29 Strategy #7: Often, the trait you don't like in someone, it's a trait that you possess somewhere deep down inside 28:44 Strategy #8: Don’t amplify their presence Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
37:49 7/28/23
Mike Milken ON: How to Connect Your Life Purpose with Business Success & The Mindset Behind Strategic Decision Making
Have you ever had a brilliant idea or solution, only to find resistance when trying to implement it? In this enlightening episode, we welcome a visionary leader who empowers companies to create a backbone for modern financial markets worldwide and revolutionize our take on science and modern medicine. Today, I welcome Mike Milken, who has been uniquely successful in creating value, whether measured in lives saved (Fortune magazine called him “The Man Who Changed Medicine”), students inspired (Forbes said he is an education visionary), or jobs created. Beginning in 1969, he and his colleagues financed thousands of companies that collectively created millions of jobs. Join us as we explore the journey of turning dreams into reality, despite the initial challenges and obstacles. In the face of life-threatening illness, what will you choose to focus on? Together, we delve into the realm of cancer research and the importance of providing support to drive groundbreaking advancements, uncover the fascinating world of gut health and the profound impact it has on our immunity, the profound connection between personal health and the well-being of the world we inhabit, and we ponder whether laboratory-grown food is a sustainable, long-term change for the betterment of our planet. Now, envision a future where pure, uncontaminated food can be created - how would this impact our lives and the world around us? In this interview with Mike Milken, you'll learn: - How science has evolved over the years - The years of scientific research on cancer treatment and other illnesses - The importance of organic food intake - How we can be more proactive in taking care of our health - How impactful investors are in financing economic and science based companies Tune in on this thought-provoking journey as we unlock the wisdom and potential to create positive change in ourselves and the world. Let us embrace our innate ability to envision and manifest a healthier, harmonious future for all. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 00:35 “Just because you had a solution doesn’t mean that people will adopt it.” 04:17 Empowering companies financially to create a backbone for the modern financial markets around the world 10:08 It was an idea, it was a dream, but it wasn’t a reality yet 16:47 If you’re true to yourself and you know the issues, you can restart your life with a different path 23:19 Revenge and bitterness are unproductive emotions, they become your prison 26:13 What do you focus on when you encounter a life threatening illness? 37:08 Providing support for cancer research and convincing people to help with the research 44:57 The evolution of intensive research on gut health and how our immunity develops in accordance to the environment you live in 53:30 What will you do if you can cure your disease in your own lifetime? 57:58 Would you eat food grown in a laboratory? Is this a substantial long-term change? 01:00:46 Your immune system is smarter than all the scientists in the world, but something in your body is turning it off 01:06:17 A healthy human makes a healthy planet. How do we attain this? 01:11:22 What will you do when you have the ability to create pure food and not contaminate the planet? 01:16:10 Mike on Final Five Episode Resources:  Faster Cures: Accelerating the Future of Health Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
82:33 7/24/23
7 Steps To Transform An Anxious Mindset & How To Overcome Worry Filled Thoughts
Are you often plagued by anxious and worrying thoughts, feeling uncertain about how to tackle them? Have you recently experienced the weight of anxiety? How did it impact your day-to-day life? Welcome to the On Purpose podcast! Today, we will  embark on a discovery to master the art of working through anxiety and embracing a more serene mind. Let's discover the power of setting intentions with your first and last thoughts of the day, the sacred practice of breathwork to shift the rhythm of your life, and the captivating world of scents and fragrances, offering transformative solace. Moreover, there is immerse power in visualization to draw out genuine emotions and the therapeutic release through journaling to transform worries into clarity. In this episode, you'll learn: - How anxious thoughts can impact your daily activities - The action steps to reset your mindset - How to master the flow your thoughts - The different ways to turn anxiousness into positive actions Join us on this soul-stirring episode to nurture a tranquil and focused mind, and cultivate a sanctuary of peace and wisdom within yourself. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:22 A lot of us often have anxious and worry thoughts yet we don’t always have a gameplan to work through them 07:09 Have you recently experienced feeling anxious? What was your experience like? 09:56 Step #1: How do you need to master your first and last thought of the day? 13:49 Step #2: When you change the pace of your breath, you change the pace of your life.   18:06 Step #3: The power of scents and fragrances can transform how you feel 20:25 Step #4: Listening to one of your favorite songs or music may be a great short-term way of dealing with stress 21:32 Step #5: When you live something out in a visualization, it allows you to feel the emotions 26:04 Step #6: Get it out of your head and write it onto a page 27:21 Step #7: Read and listen about the things that you’re scared about  Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
35:33 7/21/23
Nessa Barrett ON: How to Overcome Loneliness & 8 Ways to Heal From a Breakup
Do you find yourself held back by fear and uncertainty? Are you struggling with the challenges of being on your own in today's world? If it's a yes, then you have found the right spot. I am so happy to welcome my guest for today, Nessa Barrett. After being named as one of Billboard’s “21 Under 21” twice and People Magazine’s “Emerging Artist List” — Nessa Barrett has gone on to accumulate more than 1.4 billion global streams to date.   Nessa opens up about her current struggle with loneliness, mental health, and the damaging effects of societal perceptions. We will hear her deep thoughts and meaningful words about navigating difficult breakups, recovering from codependency, and finding self-love amidst self-criticism. We will uncover the transformative power of love, both for ourselves and others.  Through our thought-provoking discussions and her inspiring stories, Nessa continues to explore the healing potential of music, the significance of connection and support, and the transformative act of creating a burn box. In this conversation with Nessa Barrett, you will learn: - How to deal with fear, uncertainty, and doubt - The importance of having the right people and proper support - How to be more self-aware when feeling alone - How to push forward when you're mentally drained - Bring awareness to eating disorders and other metal health issues - The power of self-love and promote self value - How to stop being too critical towards yourself   Together, we will empower you to embrace your journey, cultivate self-love, and find strength in vulnerability.  With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 00:16 These days, what makes being a teenager so hard? What makes it difficult to be young today? 02:35 How do you keep going when fear is shackling you? 05:25 How do you turn struggles, not fitting in, and bullying into your motivation to become better? 07:24 Is it possible to reconnect with your parents even after the familial ties are broken? 09:42 Loneliness is a battle we all struggle with, and not many people see how you’re struggling with it 12:49 Would you rather get stressed from challenges and issues of doing something you love to do, then get stressed over something that’s making you unhappy? 14:25 Mental health struggles are real and personal, and not everyone is able to deal with it in a positive light 22:11 The damaging effects of the common perception towards people with an eating disorder 28:50 What is difference between a public and private breakup 33:01 How did you come up with the eight stages of a breakup? 34:20 What’s the hardest stage of going through a difficult breakup? 36:28 How do you recover from codependency when your relationship ends? 38:09 Love is such a strong feeling and it stays with you even after you’re not with that person 40:24 Loving yourself first is an act we often overlook and this is why we all need to practice acts of self-love more often 43:54 We are the worst critics of ourselves, so how do we find things that could make us love ourselves more? 48:03 What is a burn box? How can you bond more with the people you connect with? 51:41 How do you use music to be the voice for the voiceless? 54:36 Why do we need to be vocal, honest, open, and vulnerable to the people that give us support? 58:40 Nessa on Final Five Episode Resources: Nessa Barrett | Instagram Nessa Barrett | YouTube Nessa Barrett | TikTok Nessa Barrett | Soundcloud Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
69:23 7/17/23
4 Types of Jealousy and 8 Strategies to Use it Wisely
Have you ever experienced envy or jealousy, those emotions that arise when we compare ourselves to others?  What is the difference between these two emotions, and how can we navigate them in our lives?  Welcome to the On Purpose podcast, and today we will look deep into the intricacies of envy and jealousy, and discover the three transformative steps to make any change in our lives.  Let’s talk about why do we feel jealous or envious when we find ourselves going through struggles while others seem to have an easier path, why do we desire what others possess, how these feelings make us feel satisfaction from others' unhappiness or feel left out. Through reflection and introspection, we uncover the path towards personal growth and develop a mindset of compassion, gratitude, and inclusivity.  In this episode, you'll learn: - The different types of jealousy and envy - How can we identify the signs  - How do we shift our mindset  - How to turn jealousy and envy into admiration  Prepare to embark on a journey of self-discovery, understanding, and transformation as we learn to embrace our own path and celebrate the journeys of others. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 03:17 Who doesn’t feel envy or jealousy in some way to someone? 10:43 There is a difference between jealousy and envy. What differentiates them? 12:27 Here are the three steps to make any change in your life 14:09 Type #1: You are going through something but others aren’t. You get jealous because their life is easy 17:36 How do you zoom out to bring your focus away from what’s stressing you out? 19:04 Type #2: We want what other people have  25:56 Find out more about people you know less about and turn it into admiration 26:07 Type #3: Becoming happy that others are down or unhappy 31:59 Type #4: Feeling upset of being left out Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
45:23 7/14/23
Tom Holland ON: How to Overcome Social Anxiety & Beneficial Life Lessons You Can Learn From Family
Are you ready to embark on a transformative journey filled with inspiring stories and profound insights?  Join me in this enlightening episode where my guest and I tap into a wide range of topics that will leave you with a deeper understanding of life, personal growth, and finding true happiness. Today, I am joined by Tom Holland, widely known for his portrayal of the Marvel superhero Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Beyond acting, Tom Holland is known for his friendly and charismatic personality, often delighting fans with his playful interactions and energetic interviews.  Have you ever wondered about the value of opinions from the people you truly care about? Discover the profound lessons we can learn from those who have impacted our lives and how their guidance can shape our journey. In a world where many of us struggle with living a false version of ourselves, let us explore the strategies to break free from societal pressures and embrace your authentic self, finding the peace and fulfillment you truly deserve. We challenge stereotypes as we uncover the beauty of embracing diverse interests, exploring the connection between physical activity and mental well-being, walking away from certain situations that no longer serve you, and learn the valuable lessons on self-acceptance and mindfulness, and discover the transformative power of connecting with nature.  This episode was recorded at Soho House Dean Street In this episode with Tom Holland, you'll learn: - How a solid family foundation shapes our childhood - How to be resilient when facing numerous challenges - The importance of taking care of our mental health - How to embrace our own uniqueness - How to channel our emotions in constructive ways - Find alternatives to avoid making bad decisions - Walk away from situations that don't serve our purpose - How to cheer for someone to never give up  Learn to break free from stereotypes by embracing your authenticity. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 00:46 Growing up in a family with a solid foundation and living the best childhood 06:18 Finding value in the opinions of people you care about and the lessons we can learn from them 08:19 When you see someone who never gives up and continues to work hard, what would you do? 09:32 How to stop living a false version of your life and take care of your mental health 14:24 Diagnosed with dyslexia at an early age and finding a way to overcome the challenges that comes with it 16:17 Acting started as a hobby turned into a beloved creative work 18:34 Being that kid who plays rugby but also attends a dancing class 25:05 Have you thought about releasing anger through sports training like boxing? 30:46 Recognizing that drinking can become a problem and finding the strength to control the urge to drink 41:44 The beauty of being alcohol-free and still have fun with the people around you 45:20 What would you do when you meet a person who is truly at peace with who they are? 49:20 Reconnecting with nature and finding yourself in these nature trips 52:39 Would you love to attend a class about life and how to live on a daily basis? 57:45 Separating your personal emotions and your work emotions to keep yourself mentally healthy 01:02:57 The challenges of relocating in a new place and the intention behind the move 01:09:27 Would you rely on your inner instinct in making a decision? 01:15:35 Sometimes walking out of certain situations can be beneficial for you  01:19:56 If you’re having a bad day, do you play golf? 01:23:45 Have you heard of living a no proof life? Tom tells us how to be more present in these moments 01:36:35 How humility plays a role in how one handles loses and distractions 01:40:31 Let’s talk about sports 01:44:52 Tom on Final Five Episode Resources: Tom Holland | Instagram Tom Holland | Twitter Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
114:19 7/10/23
7 Signs You’re a People Pleaser & 7 Methods to Break This Habit
Have you ever found yourself constantly trying to please others, putting their needs before your own?  What is it like to be a people pleaser, always seeking validation and acceptance from those around you? If you want to know more about this trait and how to overcome it, then this episode is for you.  Join me as I uncover the deep-rooted struggles of saying no, over-apologizing, and failing to communicate our own needs. We get to understand the pain of feeling rejected and left out, and the challenges of being overly agreeable and avoiding conflict.  Finally, we will explore the lengths we go to in order to avoid being disliked or hated. Through this exploration, we gain insights into the human condition and learn how to break free from the cycle of people-pleasing.  Here’s what you’ll learn today: - How to say NO nicely and effectively - How to stop over apologizing in situations you have no control over - How to properly communicate your needs and thoughts - How to openly voice out your opinions without being combative - How to stop the habit of people pleasing Prepare to embark on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment as we navigate the path towards authenticity and reclaiming our personal power.  With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 02:31 Are you a people pleaser? What is it like to be one? 07:51 What are sociotropic individuals, and have you met one? 11:25 Trait #1: You struggle to say NO 17:49 Trait #2: You constantly over apologize 21:59 Trait #3: You do not communicate your NEEDS 24:05 Trait #4: You often feel rejected and left out 26:39 Trait #5: You tend to be agreeable and  30:18 Trait #6: You avoid conflict or tough conversations 31:56 Trait #7: You become anything and do anything to not be hated  Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
41:45 7/7/23
Dr. Zach Bush ON: Science Based Approach to Healing Your Gut Health & How to Prevent Disease with Nutrition
Have you ever considered the profound connection between being human and the natural world?  What if our true purpose is not just to exist as individuals but to embrace our role as part of a greater ecosystem?  These are only a few of the questions related to our future and the thriving life that surrounds us.  In this episode, I welcome Dr. Zach Bush, a medical doctor and holistic health practitioner known for his work in the fields of medicine, nutrition, and regenerative agriculture.   Zach shares his expertise on the vast field of nutrition science, we confront a perplexing question: Where did nutrition science go wrong in preventing diseases? Together, we unravel the complexities of this field and uncover the simple yet powerful approaches to replenishing our health. Let's also discover how the planet itself evolves and grows, reflecting the beauty and wonder of life. There is a miraculous diversity and symbiotic relationships that thrive in the soil. Gain a deeper appreciation for the interconnectedness of all life forms.  In this interview with Zach Bush, you'll learn: - The complex connection between humanity and the natural world - How nutrition sciences can significantly help prevent diseases - The Earth's biodiversity and our role in the ecosystem - The wonders of organic farming and good quality soil - How our body stores water and function with it  Join us on this enlightening journey as we deepen our connection to the natural world, embrace our role in the ecosystem, and unlock the wisdom that lies within us all.  With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:40 To be human is to be part of an ecosystem rather than a single species 04:50 If nutrition prevents diseases, where did nutrition science go? 11:30 The earth will get more diverse, it will get more intelligent, it will get better 17:53 What’s the simplest approach to begin again and replenish your health?  26:29 The science behind water in our body and how do we stay hydrated 39:28 Did you know that a teaspoon of soil has more organisms than the human body? 51:16 How do we eat in order to protect ourselves from chemically modified food? 01:01:46 The mechanism of breathing is the allowance to create a new life 01:12:07 Zach on Final Five  Episode Resources: Zach Bush | Instagram Zach Bush | YouTube Zach Bush | Facebook Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
78:57 7/3/23
3 Traits that Negatively Affect Our Thoughts & How to Gradually Break Free from Your Limitations
Have you ever found yourself questioning your current path and wondering if it truly aligns with your purpose?  Are you looking for the signs that will lead you discovering your true self and finding genuine love? Then this podcast episode is for you.  I am going to share with you a transformational and life-changing conversation I had with Violetta Benson. Violetta, also known as Daddy Issues, gained popularity for her humorous memes, witty captions, and comedic videos that often revolve around dating, relationships, and everyday life experiences.  With mindful awareness, we uncover the three negative habits that hinder our personal growth and learn how to replace them with empowering practices. We also dive into the multifaceted nature of love and its diverse expressions throughout our lives. While fear holds us back from forming deep connections, there is power in being alone, and using solitude as an opportunity for self-discovery and embracing your true self. Embark on an exploration of love's different stages - finding it, letting go, and nurturing its flame.   From this episode, you will learn: - The importance of adapting to changes - How to avoid projecting our limitations to others - How to spot the negative habits that blocks personal growth - How to make wise and well-thought of decisions - The diversity of love and its many forms - How to create deeper and more meaningful connections It's time to cultivate the relationships and personal growth you deserve.  With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty Listen to the original interview & other hilarious growing up stories and self love tips on Almost Adulting.  What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 02:15 When you realize that what you're currently doing doesn't truly align with your purpose, would you be open to change? 06:26 What’s the worst advice you’ve ever received? Did you follow it? 08:04 Why do we often project our limits, our insecurities, and our issues to other people? 11:03 The three things we do negatively that we should be mindful of 12:45 There are fours things we go through everyday or at any point in our lives 16:36 The analogy of the doors in our life that closes and the ones that stay open 24:04 Sometimes, it’s better to slow down and pause than make quick but unwise decisions 28:31 Two biggest lies you should stop telling yourself today 33:44 When you carry around hatred and choose not to forgive people, there’s no space to receive love and connections 36:26 This is what happens when you don’t wait for love to be given, you openly give it to the people important to you 39:00 The different forms of love and how we experience it throughout our life 41:38 Love isn’t just a feeling or an emotion, it is a skill and a practice 46:20 Is fear holding us back from forming a connection? Is it just an unformed boundary? 50:18 Why being alone is a great time to get to know yourself and discover who you really are 53:21 Your ego is a daily battle and this is one of the main reasons that many relationships fail  59:04 In love and relationships, we often ask the wrong questions 01:03:53 The different stages of love, how to find it, how to let go, and how to keep it 01:06:32 What is the Flow state and how does this help you perform better in life? 01:08:39 What can you do when you’re struggling to make connections, and how do you deepen these connections? Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
81:12 6/30/23
Nimai Delgado ON: Transforming Your Financial Future with Strategic Actions & Unlocking the Power of Nutritional Excellence
Establishing a career is not an easy task. If you're currently undecided and unsure what career path to pursue, this podcast episode can help you.  Planning to switch to a different career path or struggling with the job you have right now? My guest today is offering fresh insights and valuable life lessons.  Today, I welcome Nimai Delgado, a vegan bodybuilder and fitness influencer widely recognized for his dedication to a plant-based lifestyle. Nimai did not shy away from being open and honest about his journey. His vegan lifestyle started at a very young age in relation to his spiritual beliefs and personal values. Veganism isn't just about eating plants, there's more to it and it is truly life changing.  The conversation turned deep and serious as we talked about how he felt the need to switch careers because he was unhappy, finding means to share a powerful message and reach more people, and how important it is to not rely on external validation and physical appearance.  In this episode with Nimai Delgado, you'll learn: - How to be financially independent - The right way to live a vegan lifestyle - How to bridge nutritional gaps when going vegan - How to reflect on life and shift your priorities based on your reflection - The advantages of tapping into what feels right and true for you - How to master the things that you're good at - How to not let external validation ruin your personal growth Don't miss this life changing conversation about personal growth, self discovery, and making better career decisions. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 02:28 What is making you happy today? 03:19 The benefits of waking up early and how to prepare to start your day  06:20 What is life like when you’ve never eaten meat? 10:44 How do you source your protein needs without taking animal protein? 14:21 Living in a spiritual community and the role it plays in your upbringing 19:59 When you realize you’re unhappy with your career, what can you do? 28:34 How do you find escape when you’re unhappy with what you’re doing? 31:59 How can you create systems from what you want to do and be financially stable? 35:35 Every experience you go through help you develop resilience and strength 37:34 The bodybuilding journey and how it all started 41:10 How can you stop external validation from dictating how to live your life? 43:40 Getting recognition for what you look like and not the message you’re trying to share 46:47 How do you coach someone and push them to live a healthier lifestyle 55:26 How do you find the motivation to show up for yourself and find internal freedom within yourself? 59:40 Nimai on Final Five Episode Resources: Nimai Delgado | Instagram Nimai Delgado | YouTube Nimai Delgado | Twitter  Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
65:19 6/26/23
3 Effective Ways to Turn Your Life Around & Why Continuous Learning Is Necessary for Personal Growth with Novak Djokovic
Are you in a life crisis where you are being pressured into committing to a life changing career that you aren't interested in? Is it making you question your future goals and the path you want to take? Then this episode can help you. Today, we will explore the fundamental aspects of personal growth, purpose, and self-mastery that will ignite a fire within you. I am overjoyed to share the conversation I had with Serbian professional tennis player Novak Djokovic. Beyond his on-court achievements, Djokovic is known for his resilience, mental toughness, and dedication to his craft.  Novak and I exchange thoughts and opinions on the hidden potential of repetition and reminders as we unravel the importance they hold in our lives, the profound truth that self-mastery is not a mere part-time endeavor but a lifelong commitment, and how self-awareness is a transformative journey that involves accepting not just who we are but also who we are not. We also touch on my personal journey as a monk and how to unlock the transformative wisdom of the monk mindset as we explore the three fundamental aspects that define it.  In this interview, you will learn: - The hidden potential of repetition and daily reminders - How to navigate the pressures of societal expectations - Why self-mastery is not a part-time endeavor - How to navigate the pain and liberation of truly understanding our authentic selves - How to find joy and fulfillment in doing what we genuinely love - The positive effects of daily meditation Don't miss this opportunity to embark on a transformative adventure of self-discovery, purpose, and resilience.  With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:00 Why is repetition and reminder important for all of us? 01:30 Growing up in a society where success and achievement is seen as a metric of growth 07:27 Self mastery isn’t a part time job, it is a commitment and a lifestyle 10:49 The painful thing about self-awareness is accepting who you are not 20:46 Are you doing it to become big and famous or are you doing it because you enjoy doing it? 24:24 There are 3 aspects to purpose and what we can learn from it 33:25 What are the three aspects of the monk mindset and how can you learn it? 37:01 Let’s do a quick meditation session 48:22 Is there an endpoint to your purpose? 53:22 How do you balance making a living and living your purpose? 55:22 How do you stay calm during the time of failure? How do you build your self-belief? Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
72:06 6/23/23
Chris Paul ON: How to Create Habits for Discipline and Consistency & Empowering Yourself Through Forgiveness for Healing
This episode is for someone that is striving to go after their goals.  For the person who is grieving the loss of a loved one.  This episode is for anyone who wants greatness in both career and family relationships.  Wow, this was one of my favorite episodes of all time to record. I had the great honor of speaking with Chris Paul also known as “The Point God” on the Phoenix Suns NBA team.  Whether you are in college dreaming about your future career, in high school wanting to play on the varsity team, or you’re at your day job thinking about the business you want to create... this is an extremely important episode to listen to.  We learn in this episode about how Chris studies the game of basketball, and how he preps for each game. The patterns that Chris studies can be easily applied to your everyday life!  On a more personal note, Chris came with such great vulnerability and openness. He shares the challenges and trajectories that he has overcome with grace and forgiveness.  Is there anything that Chris is not confident about?  How do you share challenging news to your children or loved ones?  Most pivotal to his life, He shares with us his experience of the tragic loss of the closest person to him, his grandfather.  Today you will learn…  -How to establish a strong work ethic?  -How to teach our children discipline? -Have you ever feared the unknown in your career? We learn to navigate the “what if’s”  -The ways that we can honor grief and those that we love  -How to face life’s challenges head on and learn how to forgive? -How to learn from the people before us in order to construct our lives in a way that we want to be remembered by?  -Is it possible to be successful in career AND have a balanced family life?  Don’t miss this incredible journey about perseverance, hard work, and forgiveness. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty Also…If you love this episode, you will really love my episode I did with Kobe Bryant linked here. What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 00:19 When losing, not everyone can get up and restart again 04:33 Chris explains what he means to “live the game” 06:24 You need to take a break to actually live your life 07:31 Some things you pick along the way can become a habit 08:54 Even when it seems like you’re the weakest, you can become the best 10:53 If you want to do something, you have to work for it 13:20 Give your children the chance to learn the experience that shaped you 20:41 When is sacrifice necessary when you have young kids? 24:26 When things don’t work the way you expect them to but you “can’t give up” yet 26:42 How do you keep your focus around reality? 30:15 Listening to obituaries on the radio and the realization we can get from it 32:10 When was the first time you have dealt with death? 36:17 What’s the lesson you carry with you until now? 40:14 Can you both have career success and be with your family? 43:03 Close family ties and familial love in the midst of chasing success 44:57 Learning to treasure every relationship you have in your life 48:24 “People make mistakes, sometimes even bigger than others.”  54:27 Dedicating your success to the people that have the greatest impact on your life 59:13 How do you navigate the “what ifs” in your career? 01:05:11 Chris on Final Five Episode Resources Chris Paul | Twitter Chris Paul | Instagram Sixty-One: Life Lessons from Papa, On and Off the Court Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
77:39 6/19/23
How To Make The 4 Most Important Decisions In Life That Impact 90% Of Your Happiness & Avoid Unnecessary Pain And Stress
If you are at a crossroad and can't seem to decide what to do next, then this episode is for you.  When you're stuck and are still trying to find your purpose, you're in the right place.  I am so excited to share with you the conversation I had with Anas Bukhash, a Dubai native motivational speaker. He is a notable figure in the UAE's entrepreneurial and motivational landscape. It is truly enlightening when a conversation doesn't just focus on finding love and how to be in service to others, but also touches on how we can rise from making bad choices in life.  Anas has laid out some of the most challenging yet motivating questions where I talk about why we shouldn't pass along the generational trauma we picked up from our parents and the good and bad side of our ego. Yes, ego can be beneficial when we learn to acknowledge that success is a team effort.  On to the topic of my personal journey, I open up about how I dealt with loss and grief, the pivots I had made that completely changed the trajectory of my life, and overcoming the adversaries that came with it.  What's the biggest lesson I've learned to this day? The truth that happiness can't be forced. It comes naturally when you know how to love yourself by staying healthy.  Today, you will learn: - How to live a life of purpose - The important choices we make that greatly impacts our goals - How to deal with the loss of a loved one or friend - The level of emotional mastery we need to develop - How to use ego to your advantage - The truth about generational trauma - The real definition of genuine love Don't miss this life changing conversation that revolves around personal growth, healing, and making better life choices. With Love and Gratitude, Jay Shetty What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 01:03 How are you really doing right now? How has life been lately? 06:07 Who are you? How would you describe yourself to others? 07:16 We are surrounded by things that are in service for others 10:40 If given the chance to draw your mental state, what will you draw? 16:07 If you were to describe your childhood in three words, what would they be? 20:41 Coping with grief and how to learn to reflect from the loss 25:52 How do you attain emotional mastery?  34:16 Confidence and ego are two separate things, and here’s why 42:51 Why did you leave the monk life? How did you integrate back into the real world? 48:42 How do you wake up with purpose and discipline? 51:14 Don’t try to be happy, instead pursue what’s healthy in your life 57:53 What one lesson will you teach a child? 01:03:00 Finding healing from your childhood trauma and continuously working on yourself 01:04:59 How do you define love?  01:11:49 Falling is a critical part of whether people were living a fulfilled in life or not 01:14:36 What does the Cube test tell about you? 01:23:48 Let’s play the AB Talks game 01:26:17 What is your greatest fear? 01:28:15 If you were on your deathbed, what would be your last words to your  loved ones? 01:29:30 Keep speaking your truth, that’s all you have 01:30:33 If you could choose three people on a dinner table, who would you choose? Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty for privacy information.
101:30 6/16/23
Jerrod Carmichael ON: Reframing Shame into Self- Growth & Emotional Blocks That Stop Us from Having a Healthy Relationship
Get ready for a powerful episode today.   I had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with the incredibly talented Jerrod Carmichael. Let me tell you, this episode is a game-changer for anyone who's all about acceptance and self-appreciation. You're in for a treat. He is a true master of his craft, known for his thought-provoking comedy and unique style.  Picture this: Jerrod opens up like never before, sharing his own experiences and dropping some serious knowledge on turning those uncomfortable conversations into deep, meaningful relationships. Jerrod speaks about how honesty with yourself makes it so much easier to connect with others on a genuine level. It's like a whole new world of connections is just waiting for us if we're willing to embrace our truth. Jerrod doesn't shy away from tackling those moments of shame when we're at our most vulnerable. He dives right in and gives us some powerful insights on how to deal with that head-on. It's like he's got this secret recipe for navigating shame with grace and coming out stronger on the other side. In this episode with Jerrod Carmichael, you'll learn: Understanding our emotional blocks that are stopping us from healthy relationships  How can we communicate better?  Why is our shame limiting us?  How to confront your fears   The challenges and great reward of honesty The importance of respecting people's time What We Discuss: 00:00 Intro 00:20 “I’m someone who doesn’t want attention unless I ask for it.” 03:42 The passion to perform has always been alive and so appreciation for your audience is vital 10:36 Shame is the hardest emotion to deal with and it often limits us from doing more 17:37 How do you define what is authentic and what isn’t real? 19:53 Being honest has consequences and why sticking to your own truth matters 24:56 How do you reconstruct your relationship with God and live by your faith? 30:47 Learning how to confront your fear with an open mind 35:34 Understanding emotional blocks that are stopping you from having a healthy relationship with someone 38:01 When you create more issues for yourself by not communicating properly 42:49 Getting people’s attention and time is difficult thus it deserve respect 47:18 Finding the middle ground between a where you’re getting information and receiving information that forces you to self-examine 54:48 Focusing on one thing and doing your best to become better 01:03:32 Jerrod on Final Five Want to be a Jay Shetty Certified Life Coach? Get the Digital Guide and Workbook from Jay Shetty  See for privacy information.
73:24 6/12/23