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    Maybe now is the best time to check if you’ve got the right people surrounding you. Is that someone being helpful to your personal growth? Is that person giving value to what you do and appreciating the things that you’ve spent your time effort into? Are you getting the support that you need when you need it? Are you with the right company?

    In this episode, Jay Shetty talks about the types of people you need to surround yourself with so you can freely express who you are and help lead you to the right path.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro01:40 The types of people you need to surround yourself with07:33 Type #1: Cheerleaders11:14 Type #2: Someone who checks you14:28 Type #3: Someone that cares for you16:00 Type #4: Someone with high character19:23 Type #5: Someone competent in the areas you want to grow20:33 Type #6: Someone that is consistently there21:34 Type #7: Someone that champions you22:49 Type #8: Someone that challenges you

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    Jay Shetty talks to Ryan Holiday about why being too comfortable won’t help you grow. When you take risks, you prepare yourself to be mentally and emotionally present and be ready for what may happen. Taking risks without fearing what might happen is the foundation that allows us to evolve for better even when constraints are present and some things are just out of our control.

    Ryan is a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, book store owner, public-relations strategist, and host of the podcast The Daily Stoic. Some of his best selling books are The Obstacle Is The Way, Ego Is the Enemy, Stillness is the Key, and The Daily Stoic. He owns and operates Painted Porch Bookshop, an independent bookstore in Bastrop, Texas. He lives on a 40-acre ranch in Bastrop County, Texas with his wife and two sons.

    What to Listen For:

    00:00 Intro04:42 It takes 10,000 hours to get to mastery05:45 Opening a bookstore during the pandemic10:27 How do you know which books to read?17:36 What courage truly means20:37 We’re all self-interested people but we value other people’s opinion26:17 If you’re in a place where you identify with external results, you become vulnerable30:34 Cultivating the ability to push through your fear33:55 Being too comfortable makes you afraid to take risks40:25 Deciding not to see the world as a zero sum place45:00 When you make trade offs that aren’t worth it46:07 Just how much is out of your control?48:54 Positive changes out of situational constraints51:17 What is heroism?55:58 Ryan on Fast Five

    Episode Resources

    Ryan Holiday | WebsiteRyan Holiday | TwitterRyan Holiday | FacebookRyan Holiday | InstagramRyan Holiday | Books
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  • What is pattern interruption? It is the core value to successfully break a bad habit. To successfully embrace change, you need to change the usual. You need to alter your routine. You need to adjust the patterns you are so used to following and replace it with a new one. In truth, you can’t remove something without replacing it with something better.

    In this episode, Jay Shetty shares simple yet doable ways to gradually break free from unwanted habits to form new and meaningful ones.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro01:10 How do we break habits?01:56 Step #1: Realize it did serve you at one point06:54 Step #2: Realize what’s motivating you10:15 Step #3: Know every single trigger13:13 Step #4: Remove the triggers that don’t need to be in close proximity15:28 Step #5: Create a system for each trigger you can’t remove16:57 Step #6: Having someone you call just when you’re about to mess up18:11 Step #7: Finding replacements

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  • Jay Shetty talks to NBA legend Dwyane Wade about his journey on and off the court. From staying true to his spiritual belief through every game and creating meaningful relationships with his family and friends to helping and building a community out of passion and goodwill and looking past the present to be able to do more.

    As a three-time NBA Champion, Olympic Gold medalist, and thirteen-time NBA All-Star, Dwyane Wade has experienced a whirlwind career. Wade officially retired from the NBA after sixteen years following his 2018-19 season. His #OneLastDance farewell tour included jersey exchanges, gifts, and tributes. Wade partnered with Bleacher Report on a D. Wade World Tour apparel series to celebrate the final season of his career and pay tribute to his influence on and off the court. He received the NBA’s 2012-2013 Community Assist Award in recognition of his efforts in the community and his philanthropic work.

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    What to Listen For:

    00:00 Introduction02:57 The emotional journey of putting a picture book together04:19 The beauty of life is always the unknown05:42 In every game, don’t forget to be thankful 10:21 Having the right support to lift you in your journey12:10 The value of association14:52 A coach that helps you achieve success17:00 When you think differently and look at things differently19:14 Being open gives you experiences you haven’t imagine21:35 When we’re not enjoying the journey24:54 What matters is YOU29:54 Maintaining great relationships despite a difficult childhood31:56 Creating moments with people and living through the memories36:02 From a powerless youth to a man with a voice38:02 Support the people who are doing the work on the ground40:19 Develop yourself through professionals42:16 The legend that is Kobe Bryant44:20 Why should you be happy every morning?

    Episode Resources

    Dwyane Wade | TwitterDwyane Wade | InstagramDwyane Wade | FacebookDwyane Wade | YouTubeDwyane Wade | WebsiteDwyane, a photo memoir
  • If the past year was a year of failed relationships and unhealthy partnerships, you can always turn things around and start anew. Whether it’s reconnecting with an old friend, spending time with your family or your partner, you can always find ways to reignite the lost connections. Make this year a year of positive and genuine relationships. Make this year count!

    In this episode, Jay Shetty talks about the steps and activities we can all start doing for the betterment of our relationships and creating stronger bonds with the people we love.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro01:47 We forget that we have to reconnect with the people around us03:55 Activity #1: Weekly check ins10:43 Activity #2: Plan holidays and intentions in advance 16:03 Activity #3: Make sure you discuss alone time20:47 Activity #4: Choose questions you want to ask and you want to answer23:43 Activity #5: Going to bed at the same time is extremely important27:04 Activity #6: How you share those beginning and ending moments matter

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  • Jay Shetty sits down with Ed Winters to uncover his path to veganism, from regularly eating chicken burgers to becoming one of the world’s leading advocates of switching to a vegan lifestyle. We discuss the influence our cognitive biases & cultural habits have on our lifestyle choices, what actually constitutes animal cruelty & what we can do about it, and how we can vote for change with the dollars we spend at the grocery store.

    Ed Winters is a vegan educator, public speaker and content creator, widely known for his viral debates, speeches, and video essays. He has given speeches across the world, including at the University of Cambridge, EPFL, Google NYC and Google Zürich. Ed has also debated numerous times on live television and radio, and has been featured on the BBC, ITV and LadBible. He also co-founded The No Catch Co. in 2021, an ethical vegan fish and chip shop company taking on the traditional British fish and chip shop model & wrote his debut book This is Vegan Propaganda (And Other Lies the Meat Industry Tells You).

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    What to Listen For:

    00:00 Introduction03:39 How Ed Winters started his journey with veganism11:27 The Ostrich Effect & the influence our cognitive biases have on us15:44 How Ed Winters found his voice in activism without being judgemental20:18 How to actually make the shift to veganism sustainable28:30 This is why being an animal lover & eating meat don’t go hand-in-hand33:02 Why animal farming still constitutes animal cruelty35:34 The impact of culture & tradition on our relationships with animals44:42 Good people can engage in things that are bad, but that’s okay as long as you try your best to make a positive change49:37 How to make going vegan more affordable & the power your dollar has on the food industry56:24 Ed Winters on the Final Five

    Episode Resources

    Ed’s Book | This Is Vegan Propaganda: (And Other Lies the Meat Industry Tells You)Ed Winters | InstagramEd Winters | YouTube
  • Many of us practice the habit of making a new year’s resolution, often to change something, to achieve something, or build something. Our resolutions are pointed toward starting fresh and having a productive year ahead.

    But some don’t get to fulfill this list. Some don’t get to make a significant change in their life because they often don’t develop the resolve to fulfill them. The goal is clear but the path to reach that goal is undefined and the intention to create that path isn’t set.

    In this episode, Jay Shetty talks about the steps to help you start these significant changes right away and achieve results that are truly life-changing.

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    Key Takeaways:

    02:00 Setting your goals doesn’t mean you’ll get there05:19 Step #1: It all starts with, “What’s your goal?”09:00 Step #2: Why we need to monitor obsessively13:31 Step #3: There are four steps to change18:42 Step #4: Difference between efficiency and effectiveness22:07 Step #5: The balance between thinking and acting24:29 Step #6: Growth versus goals25:43 Step #7: The 3 L’s of a phenomenal year

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  • This is a special episode of On Purpose where Gwyneth Paltrow sits down with Jay Shetty in her goop event held at the Porsche Design Center in Los Angeles with only 150 people in the audience. We get to listen to Jay’s journey as a monk and his career shift after leaving monkhood, how we can condition our mind to find strength and happiness, and what can help us learn how to appreciate our step by step journey.

    Gwyneth is an American actress and lifestyle innovator. She won an Oscar for Best Actress for her role in Shakespeare in Love in 1999, and later appeared in Iron Man and other films from the Marvel franchise. Her lifestyle brand, goop, was launched in 2008.

    Achieve success in every area of your life with Jay Shetty’s Genius Community. Join over 10,000 members taking their holistic well-being to the next level today, at https://shetty.cc/OnPurposeGenius

    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro02:17 From being a monk to a life coach05:28 Why mini experiments are important in our lives08:23 The more choices we have, the worst mistakes we make10:05 Learning how to find stillness in discomfort13:50 Why our minds are compared to monkeys16:49 When you wake up to notifications, negativity, news, and noise22:03 Committing to a 2-hour daily meditation25:51 The types of meditation 28:28 Appreciating where you are in life31:06 Create dreams through people33:28 The most powerful dreams are linked to service and impact35:07 When is the best time to switch?

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    Episode Resources:

    Gwyneth Paltrow | TwitterGwyneth Paltrow | InstagramGwyneth Paltrow | Facebookgoop
  • When you think about the past, what can you remember the most? What have become the most memorable moments in your life? Was it a childhood trip on the beach? A Christmas present that you still kept with you until today?

    In this episode, Jay Shetty shares the lessons he has learned from his past interviews and solo episodes, and how life changing these conversations are for the past two years.

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    02:18 Lessons learned over the last 300 episodes02:54 Lesson #1: Be patient for the big things and impatient about the small things06:17 Lesson #2: Nothing is as scary as you think12:53 Lesson #3: People won’t always see your best work, do it anyway16:54 Lesson #4: People will surprise you if you let them19:25 Lesson #5: You don’t know what anyone is going through, so don’t waste your time on it20:23 Lesson #6: Your health is unique so treat it that way24:50 Lesson #7: Figure out what you like doing with your partner and with friends26:57 Lesson #8: You can do anything you want in 48 hours if your pur your mind into it 30:24 Lesson #9: Consistency continues to bring the greatest joy32:17 Lesson #10: Experiences are greater than things

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  • Scott O'Neil sits down with Jay Shetty to talk about positive intent. It’s in assuming a positive intent in all that we do where we can calmly and level-headedly make important decisions, resolve conflicts, and engage in difficult conversations. And when we transition into another phase in our life, we all need to surround ourselves with people who can give us constructive, honest feedback.

    Scott is the Chief Executive Officer of Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment, an organization with the mission of building passionate, high-performing teams that inspire people to enhance the communities where its teams live, work, play and win. With more than 20 years of experience in the NBA, NHL and NFL, O’Neil has earned a reputation as a leader of leaders and is one of the most connected, dynamic and driven executives in the industry today.

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro02:34 Finding you “be where your feet are” moment06:23 Have the community control their destiny09:12 Common language: Assume Positive Intent (API)13:20 When no one is assuming positive intent19:54 Learning a lot more when you trip and fall22:47 A formula for your mental health27:12 We all just need to ask for help if we need it31:41 Find your true perspective37:42 Find your own morning routine to start your day44:38 Try to track your happy thoughts daily47:15 Seek authentic feedback from people who can help you grow56:15 Transitions are hard for a lot of people57:52 Hunt and Kill vs Seek and Grow01:04:26 Why it’s hard to say NO01:07:58 Three most important things: health, sadhana, savor01:13:19 Be present and create meaningful moments with your family01:15:59 It’s the positive things that you remember01:18:29 How not to get distracted and stay in the moment01:21:07 Scott on Final Five

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    Episode Resources:

    Scott O'Neil | TwitterScott O'Neil | LinkedInBe Where Your Feet Are

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  • The new year begins next week, now is the time to reflect on everything that has happened in your life in 2021. In this episode, Jay Shetty shares 9 questions that you can use to reflect on the past, to show up as your best self in the future. There’s no need to wait for New Years to become a new you.

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    00:23 Live from Jay's childhood home & what it feels like to be back home01:24 The importance of reflection around the holidays03:00 Question #1 - What made you feel most happy this year?06:54 Question #2 - What made you unhappy this year?09:54 Question #3 - What was the biggest lesson you learned this past year?11:58 Question #4 - What do you wish you would have done more of this year?13:46 Question #5 - What's something you want to do less of next year?14:50 Question #6 - What was your biggest success this year?18:27 Question #7 - When was a moment you failed this year?20:24 Question #8 - What is something you want to learn next year?Question #9 - What is your favorite way to refuel?

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  • Simi and Haze Khadra chat with Jay Shetty about using the influence they have built together over the years and the experiences they’ve had while living in different countries, they are very vocal about humanitarian oppression the world is not fully seeing, continuous learning through books and proper education, and creating a brand that aims to support inclusion and diversity.

    Simi & Haze, Khadra also known as the fashion duo called Simi & Haze, are of Palestinian descent, born in Saudi Arabia, raised in London, attended high school in Dubai, and majored in film production & fine art in which they both graduated in the top two-percent of their class. The celebrity DJ duo continues to perform at festivals and has a strong social media presence. They recently launched their very own beauty brand called SIMIHAZE Beauty.

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    Simi and Haze Khadra | WebsiteSimi and Haze Khadra | InstagramSimi and Haze Khadra | TwitterSimi and Haze Khadra | Pinterest

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  • Who doesn’t love the holidays? But we all know the most wonderful time of the year can be stressful. Whether it’s the stress of giving gifts, difficult family members reopening old wounds, heated debates with that stubborn aunt or uncle, it’s important to remain calm and stay present.

    In this episode, Jay Shetty shares 4 of the most common sources of Christmas stress, along with 6 simple, practical steps to reduce anxiety during the most wonderful time of the year (or family gatherings in general)

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    00:00 - Who doesn’t love the holiday season? But it can be stressful03:25 - Research from APA.org Holiday Stress & Resource Center06:18 - Stress #1, dealing with the pressure of gift giving09:26 - Stress #2, receiving unwanted gifts & how to handle disappointment12:32 - Stress #3, finances & overspending during the holidays14:52 - Stress #4, relationships & reopening old family wounds17:00 - Step #1, be cautious with your calendar & it’s okay to say “No”18:19 - Step #2, prioritize sleep & get enough rest20:22 - Step #3, allow for imperfection & be okay with not meeting expectations21:48 - Step #4, focus on what matters - connection & making new memories23:23 - Step #5, know that winning an argument with family doesn’t solve anything23:42 - Step #6, don’t wait until the New Year to take time to reflect

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  • Maitreyi Ramakrishnan chats with Jay Shetty about her acting journey. Breaking through the film industry requires a lot of hard work and a lot of people don’t actually take into consideration the amount of work she has put in to continuously play the title role. Add in a good amount of luck and her will to stand for herself and never shy away from asking questions.

    Maitreyi is best known for portraying Devi Vishwakumar, a 15-year-old high school sophomore, in Netflix's hit series, Never Have I Ever. She created her audition tape at a local library, using her mother's camera, eventually being asked to send four more videos, before having a screen test in Los Angeles and being offered the role. Maitreyi is very vocal about diversity and standing up for yourself.

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro02:45 Breaking through Hollywood with a South Asian heritage07:07 Raised to speak up your mind10:00 “I didn’t like myself.”14:51 Generational talk divides us16:53 Having a grandma as your best friend18:54 When you have family and friends that listen22:30 The strong passion for acting25:44 The day she filmed the audition tape29:48 Always give it your best shot30:43 The first day and the first scene shoot34:25 Dealing with impostor syndrome37:38 Everything happened in different ways for people41:05 “Respect existence, expect resistance.”43:42 Not enough representation of true diversity50:02 The story she stood up for someone53:14 Maitreyi on Final Five

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    Maitreyi Ramakrishnan | InstagramMaitreyi Ramakrishnan | TwitterMaitreyi Ramakrishnan | TikTokMaitreyi Ramakrishnan | Facebook

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  • What are your expectations in your current relationship? Do you wish for your partner to like the things that you like, enjoy the things that you enjoy doing, and share the same passion with you? Or do you want your partner to carve their own path along with you?

    In many relationships, this idealism that your partner needs to like what you like, love what you love, and hate what you hate in the pretext that it should be how they show their love for you can be toxic. It can strip away your partner's identity and freedom. It can be suffocating.

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty tells us the common mistakes we make that don't help our relationships grow and what you can do now to strengthen it.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro01:41 The mistakes we make in a relationship02:58 Mistake #1: We make someone our everything07:28 Mistake #2: You’re with someone for they could be, not for who they are12:33 Mistake #3: You stay too long because you’re scared to be seen as the bad person15:04 Mistake #4: We trade time with our partners instead of creating new experiences16:39 Mistake #5: You want them to like what you like18:12 Mistake #6: You don’t take the time to understand why they are the way they are20:06 Mistake #7: You talk to too many people but not to the person you’re in a relationship with21:31 Mistake #8: You’re mad at them for the sacrifices you made that they didn’t ask for23:47 Mistake #9: Know the difference between ownership, partnership, and relationship

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  • Liz Plosser chats with Jay Shetty to talk about the beauty of setting your morning right. The things that happen throughout the day are often beyond our control that leaves us frustrated and disappointed. This is why setting the right energy in your morning, after waking up, can help you become better prepared for what may happen within the day and still maintain a positive composure.

    Liz is the Editor-in-Chief of Women’s Health, overseeing the brand across its print and digital platforms and various brand extensions, reaching an audience of 47+ million women monthly. She is a marathoner, triathlete and boutique fitness–lover, and believes that sweat changes everything… positively impacting your mental, emotional, and mental health.

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro02:09 Doing something you love and get paid for doing it06:03 Useful skills that are integral to your purpose10:08 Having a partner who supports you all the way15:05 Leaders must remember the nuts and bolts on the ground level18:59 Most of the time, we can control what happenings in the morning22:21 Signs you’re a morning person25:03 How to become a morning person29:20 Have clear values and take little micro actions32:50 Mornings can just be chaotic35:56 Journaling can help lessen your morning mess38:28 You don’t have to wait to start making changes46:28 How to start a journaling practice51:07 How do you win your weekend and how does that transform the week?54:29 It’s better to say NO quickly55:16 Liz on Final Five

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    Episode Resources:

    Liz Plosser | InstagramLiz Plosser | LinkedInLiz Plosser | TwitterLiz Plosser | Book

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  • The career path that we choose is influenced by a lot of factors - our mindset, goals, passion, and most especially the circumstances that surround us. We have a vision of where we want to be, but sometimes, we take a different route, we take a detour.

    And that’s completely okay. You can have stopovers, fill up your gas, grab a bite and quench your thirst. You can have those moments where you go astray. And you can always return to that path that will lead you to success.

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares several mistakes we unconsciously make that hinder our character growth and what we can do to correct them.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro00:43 Let’s focus on what we do to make money02:20 Three classes of intelligence04:40 Mistake #1: We build our careers around one revenue stream08:21 Mistake #2: Being an out and out generalist12:59 Mistake #3: Disregarding social media16:43 Mistake #4: Complacency19:34 Mistake #5: We celebrate for too long or we don’t celebrate at all22:02 Mistake #6: Over reliance on one person23:46 Mistake #7: Just watching the competition and getting disheartened24:28 Mistake #8: Listening to what your company tells you24:53 Mistake #9: Don’t ignore statistics but be led by your intuition

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  • What happens when we ask ourselves if our actions are rooted in being of service to humanity or if they are self-serving? Podcast host, New York Times bestselling author, and former monk, Jay Shetty shares his fascinating journey of being raised by and around powerful women, how masculinity manifested in insecurities, and how he discovered that service is at the core of his being. Jay makes ancient wisdom relevant and accessible as he invites us to lean into self-compassion, solitude, and a purpose beyond ourselves.

    The Man Enough Podcast is produced by Wayfarer Studios and presented by Proctor and Gamble, in partnership with Cadence 13, an Audacy company.

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro06:06 Appreciate the person who helped you learn a positive habit08:28 When did you feel like you weren’t a man?12:57 What is service for a man?17:52 It’s human desire to be inspired and project perfection on to anyone21:11 Doing business in a more spiritual way24:07 Billionaires are people who impacts the lives of a billion people27:36 Both the giver and receiver are serving34:52 How not to get crushed by social media37:51 Set your intention when you create a piece of content42:56 Allow yourself to have compassion for yourself43:30 Getting addicted to playing video games48:05 Man Enough’s Rapid Fire Questions

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    The Man Enough PodcastWe Are Man Enough | TwitterWe Are Man Enough | YouTubeWe Are Man Enough | FacebookWe Are Man Enough | Instagram
  • We all have our own struggles. We all have battles we face daily and fight differently. We all have baggage that we drag around anywhere we go. We all have that something that takes away our peace.

    And because we get caught up in situations we didn’t expect and get caught in, our stress levels rise and because of this, we find it hard to cool down and relax at the end of our day.

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares with us ways, both small and big, to calm down and maintain a level of inner peace and life balance.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro00:44 Create more peace and balance in your life04:59 Step #1: Don’t obsess over peace and balance07:44 Step #2: What we think, say, and do are aligned10:49 Step #3: Start your day with peace11:54 Step #4: Do something good for yourself14:34 Step #5: Tell the truth always16:29 Step #6: Create an environment of peace19:30 Step #7: Stop assuming and under communicating20:03 Step #8: Work for something that your happy to stress for

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  • Demi Lovato chats with Jay Shetty about expanding your consciousness. It’s about finding grace and compassion for others when people don’t have a clear understanding of your own consciousness and how you identify as. It’s about holding your ground and staying calm when some people aren’t ready to accept you for who you truly are. And it’s about strengthening your resolve through meditation.

    Demi gained popularity as Mitchie Torres in the musical television film Camp Rock and its sequel Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. On television, they served as one of the judges on The X Factor USA for its second and third seasons, and they joined the cast of the Smurfs: The Lost Village as the voice behind the lead role, Smurfette. Aside from remaining active in the music industry, they have talked with notable guests in their podcast, 4D with Demi Lovato

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro01:24 How life changing quarantine is04:23 “I was a very ambitious 5-year old”06:10 Expanding our consciousness08:20 What helped you expand your consciousness?11:51 Finding your own identity15:32 What gender non-conforming means17:38 Developing grace and compassion through meditation21:36 You don’t have to be perfect to be able to meditate27:09 Allowing your playfulness and energy to come through36:40 Honor that voice inside of you38:06 Reading, journaling, and meditation41:40 Demi’s love for UFO’s and the extraterrestrial 48:06 Spending time with people who help you co-regulate48:39 Demi on Fast Five

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