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  • Who do you identify as in your relationship? Are you often in the “I need to fix this” mode? Or do you prefer to be taken care of or to be told what to do most of the time? Perhaps, you are more of a supporting pillar to your partner, always there to offer help in any way possible. 

    Our actions and reactions to situations and instances may differ on who you are with, but our personality will always be the same. And this trait that we have might help us work out our relationships or break them because of differences.    

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty discusses the three personality types that are common in most relationships and what it means for you and your partner.

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    Key Takeaways:
    00:00 Intro
    03:29 The three role type we play in a relationship
    05:56 Personality #1: The Fixer
    06:43 Personality #2: The Fragile
    07:42 Personality #3: The Partner
    08:56 How will you know that you’re a fixer?
    14:32 Detach from your fixer tendencies
    16:15 Are you the fragile type?
    20:13 Here’s how to get out of the fragile mentality
    22:44 Or are you the partner/supporter type?

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  • Dr. Nicole LePera chats with Jay Shetty to talk about trauma as the root of all mental health problems. They discuss how one can utilize their own environment to self heal, why people are stuck with the same adaptive mechanism that doesn’t help them change, and taking many small steps on our way to complete healing.

    Dr. Nicole, a trained clinical psychologist, created the SelfHealers Circle to allow people to go on their own journey and create who they want to become. Dr. Nicole lives in Los Angeles, California and loves anywhere that involves the stillness (and quiet) of nature. She currently hosts the SelfHealers Soundboard podcast with Jenna Weakland focused on recognizing patterns, healing from the past, and creating oneself.

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    What We Discuss with Dr. LePera:
    00:00 Intro
    02:23 The concept of the work: getting stuck
    04:33 Utilize the environment around us with many daily small steps
    07:23 What is epigenetics?
    09:46 Empowering yourself to be your own healer
    14:04 When you entertain the idea that maybe you are broken
    18:07 Overwhelming change could send us back into that same adaptive mechanism
    22:26 We work with the pattern we’re stuck in
    26:52 When we’re conscious, we can hear our body
    31:44 The uniqueness that makes each of us different
    35:31 The nature of our thoughts are reiterative and amplified in some ways 
    41:35 How to nurture self-awareness and self honesty without leading to self-destruction?
    46:19 How do we stop letting other people's opinions define our choice?
    50:16 Creating empathy to people we can’t relate to
    52:47 Honoring the small choices you’re making and the moment you’re living in 
    54:25 Dr. LePera on Fast Five

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  • Perhaps, it is easier to tell someone to be brave and to do something they haven’t done before. It’s easier to be that encouraging voice on the side cheering for them. But it isn’t as easy when you’re at the receiving end, when you’re the one being encouraged to do something you’re uncomfortable doing.

    It takes courage and an open mind to do something you’re hesitant to do because it’s outside of your comfort zone, especially when it’s something you never thought of doing out of fear of failing or getting rejected. 

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty talks about how doing small uncomfortable things can gradually lead you to embracing changes and improving yourself. 

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    Key Takeaways:
    00:00 Intro
    02:49 How to become comfortable with the uncomfortable?
    06:05 Principle #1: Start small, do not go for the big things right away
    08:29 Principle #2: Slow down, pause and reflect
    12:11 Principle #3: Do one uncomfortable thing yearly
    14:15 Principle #4: Surround yourself with people that do uncomfortable things
    15:57 Principle #5: Know that it’s okay to fail
    17:56 Principle #6: Measure the miniscule improvement
    20:06 Principle #7: Say you don’t know anything when you only know a little
    21:39 Principle #8: Accept correction and feedback without justification
    22:47 Principle #9: Don’t avoid and postpone what you started, start preparing 

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  • Gabrielle Union chats with Jay Shetty to talk about a woman’s inner strength. From her arduous journey to have children and competing against her partner on career growth, to realizing what makes a marriage work and thriving in communities where your resources benefit the majority.

    Gabrielle is an actress who starred in several romantic films such as The Brothers, Deliver Us from Eva, Think Like a Man, and Think Like a Man Too. She portrayed the lead character in the BET drama series Being Mary Jane, of which she received an NAACP Image Award. Married to Dwyane Wade, she continues to advocate for survivors of assault.  

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    What We Discuss with Gabrielle:
    00:00 Intro
    02:54 Struggling to have children
    11:21 Every child is unique
    15:45 Support looks different for men and women
    20:19 Figuring out how to walk side by side with your partner
    24:30 You can’t compete with your partner
    28:37 Most children aren't going to be shady for no reason
    32:06 Rising through a terrible experience
    38:20 Don’t try to hide when you feel vulnerable
    46:07 Raise girls to have a world perspective, not with a town perspective
    48:18 Accepting your child for who they identify as
    53:55 It’s about building communities to share resources
    55:53 Gabrielle on Fast Five  

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  • Lessons can be learned anytime, anywhere, and at any given situation. These lessons are packed with learning that will help us grow to become a better person. Some are easily learned, some leave lasting and painful memories.

    For the past twelve months, we all have been trying to adapt to the new normal, to a completely different way of life for our own safety and everyone else around us. Last year was a true test of mental strength, emotional awareness, and physical agility to endure and persevere in any adversary. 

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares lessons he learned in the past year as he tried to stay on top of his life and remain connected to the people close to him.  

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    Key Takeaways:
    00:00 Intro
    02:51 Reflect on the lessons you’ve learned every year
    04:41 Lesson #1: Focus on the input and the intention, detach yourself from the result
    10:55 Lesson #2: You can’t always find joy and happiness but you can always find meaning and service
    14:52 Lesson #3 Remind yourself of the gifts brought by terrible situations
    16:00 Lesson #4: We have to learn to celebrate people while they are alive
    19:35 Lesson #5: Look at how we are controlled by fear
    21:39 Lesson #6: Digital friendships can go deeper
    23:45 Lesson #7: Anything can be done in 48 hours
    27:19 Lesson #8: There’s never a better time to learn when you’re not sure what’s going on
    28:24 Lesson #9: When you don’t get what you want, you get more of what you need
    29:29 Lesson #10: Solitude is as necessary as community 
    30:18 Lesson #11: Invest in energy first, expertise second
    30:53 Lesson #12: The mind has to be used by you for what you want to believe

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  • Rachel Hollis sits down with Jay Shetty to talk about loving yourself and seeing failure as success. We all need to learn to see the positive aspects of every failure in our life, to take proper care of ourselves by taking good care of our health, to sit down and process pain and grief at our own pace, and to never lose ourselves just to keep a relationship.

    Rachel is #1 New York Times Best-Selling and a motivational speaker. She authored three self-help books including Girl, Wash Your Face and Girl, Stop Apologizing. Aside from keeping herself busy with her podcast, The Rachel Hollis Podcast, she's also founded The Hollis Company, a media company that exists to arm people with the tools to make positive and lasting change. 

    What We Discuss with Rachel:
    00:00 Intro
    02:06 Mental illness is not just about taking prescription medicine
    06:00 Being intentional about trying to live in a healthy way
    12:17 What the evolution of social media is doing to us
    21:05 “My advance for my first book, which was Party Girl was $1,000.”
    24:02 When something shakes the best life you think you have
    38:24 Journaling every single morning to remember conscious moments
    41:53 Pushing yourself to get over a difficult moment in your life
    46:31 A different view of failure
    54:48 You create something that you value and believe in and put it out there
    59:10 There are many parts of us that can make a better version of ourselves
    01:05:38 Feeding into your own narrative
    01:09:24 “An apology without action or change is empty.”
    01:12:27 Having support from people who cares without high expectations
    01:17:14 How do you establish boundaries when you haven't done it before?
    01:22:33 What’s your love language?
    01:26:00 Don’t make other people’s process of pain about you
    01:29:10 You’re trying to be the person who your partner thinks you are
    01:37:19 We need to stop seeing the end of things as failure
    01:40:40 Rachel on Final Five

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  • “I hear you. I understand that this is difficult for you. What can I do to help?” These are the words we desperately want to hear when things don’t work out in our life. We expect our partners to be there for us, to understand what we are feeling and why we are feeling these emotions. 

    However, some of us don’t get to hear these words. Some of us don’t get the understanding and support we need. Some of us could no longer connect emotionally with the people we love. And this disconnection is putting a strain on our relationships.

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares principles for us to be an effective communicator so that our partner, our family, and friends can tap on deepest emotions and so that we can tap into theirs.  

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    Key Takeaways:
    00:00 Intro
    03:30 The number one indicator for a good human life was the quality of our relationships
    07:06 Point #1: We haven’t learned to communicate with ourselves
    09:57 Point #2: Your self-talk
    13:31 Point #3: Let’s experiment
    17:10 Point #4: Repeat what other person said, what you heard, and then what you felt
    20:21 Point #5: Separate the content from the context
    22:45 Point #6: Us and We, not You and Me
    24:54 Point #7: Focus on what builds trust
    28:43 Point #8: Find time to connect with your partner 

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  • Jessica Alba sits down with Jay Shetty to talk about her struggles in the film industry as a woman of color, how pushing people to develop their potential doesn’t isn’t always a positive deed, coming to terms with the truth when people are being honest, and using perfectionism as an excuse to not do anything.     

    Jessica is an American actress and entrepreneur, and is the Founder and Chief Creative Officer of The Honest Company. She’s a globally-recognized entrepreneur and advocate, and a  New York Times bestselling author of The Honest Life, a practical guide for parents to create a safe and healthy life for their families. With The Honest Company's success, she has been named one of Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business, Fortune’s 10 Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs, and Vanity Fair’s Entrepreneur of the Year.

    What We Discuss with Jessica:
    00:00 Intro
    05:04 Which role has had the most impact in your life?
    08:20 When you’re a teenager with a child, what opportunities will you have?
    11:40 Showing your children a balanced view of peace, anxiety, and pressure
    15:19 Feeling like you don’t belong because of your skin color
    21:41 When is it the most difficult to be honest to someone?
    24:36 We always want honesty but when we’re presented with the truth, it’s difficult to accept 
    26:01 Accepting life coaches and outside help
    28:30 When you put in the work, you will get those opportunities
    31:44 Seeing people’s potential and learning to help them reach their full potential
    35:52 People will see your life in their own lens
    37:19 Perfectionism is used as an excuse to not do anything
    39:47 If you’re putting in more positive energy, that’s what you're going to emit
    43:11 Nudge people and ask questions and let them come to terms with their potential
    47:52 Our children will always choose us
    50:12 Jessica on Final Five

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  • You are blocking your own growth. Not your work, not your boss, not your partner, not your family, not even your culture. No one else but yourself is blocking you from reaching your maximum potential.

    Yes, this is the truth. Many of us blame other people, our circumstances, our disadvantages in life, or the lack of influence we have on others to make things work for us, to achieve the things we want to achieve without  realizing that all of this unobtained dreams and undeveloped potential are caused by our own lack of focus on our own growth.

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty talks about the most common ways we fail to develop ourselves because we often lose focus on what we truly care about and what will make us grow. 

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    Key Takeaways:
    00:00 Intro
    20:03 We often think that other people are blocking our growth
    04:24 Blockage #1: Listening to too many people’s opinions
    08:01 Outline the things that you usually advice for
    08:51 Blockage #2: Thinking without doing for too long
    13:34 Blockage #3: Gossip
    17:38 Blockage #4: You’re not focusing on what you truly care about 
    20:46 Blockage #5: Blaming others
    21:46 Blockage #6: You try to do everything yourself
    24:18 Blockage #7: We are scared of failure
    25:48 Blockage #8: You hope someone will discover you
    27:39 Blockage #9: You’re not measuring your own growth

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  • Dr. Steven Gundry sits down with Jay Shetty to talk about the power of our gut as a second brain. Our gut bacteria, when fed with the right food, helps our body avoid inflammation which is the main trigger for illnesses and diseases to develop. Eating right is eating healthy.     

    Dr. Gundry is a well-known cardiothoracic surgeon and heart surgeon. His mission is to improve health, happiness, and longevity by making simple changes to our diet. Dr. Gundry teaches people how to avoid surgery by using his unique vision of human nutrition. Currently, he is Director and Founder of the International Heart & Lung Institute as well as the Center for Restorative Medicine in Palm Springs and Santa Barbara, CA. 

    What We Discuss with Dr. Gundry:
    00:00 Intro
    01:39 “You are what you eat, but you are what the thing you are eating ate.”
    06:46 What happens inside of us when we consume products?
    10:04 When the energy expenditure goes to inflammation which is driven by a leaky gut
    15:24 The gut is the second brain
    19:05 Women are more in-tune with their gut than men
    22:26 Ancient wheat are just as mischievous as modern wheat
    27:33 The hidden truth about sugar in Nutrition Facts labels
    33:17 Two types of gut bacteria
    35:39 The Gut-Centric Theory of Hunger - bacteria's guide our sense of hunger
    42:56 Time-Restricted Eating better known as Intermittent Fasting 
    46:26 For longevity, we have to adapt metabolic flexibility
    49:19 Enlist the power of your gut bacteria
    53:40 Dr. Gundry on Fast Five

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  • One of the biggest challenges people face in their adult life is burnout. When you’re burned out, you become less effective and nonfunctional in many aspects of your life. You begin to lose interest in the things you normally love doing. 

    Not many of us recognize this as burnout. Many will brush it off as feeling tired or getting exhausted from doing too much too fast. What we don’t realize is we are already burned out and we don’t take action to get out of it because we mistake it for something else.  

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty talks about the early signs of burnout to watch for and how to help yourself recover exhaustion and fatigue.  

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    Key Takeaways:
    00:00 Intro
    01:44 Most of us wait too long to deal with burnout
    04:18 Burnout Phase #1: The honeymoon phase
    06:26 Burnout Phase #2: The onset of stress
    07:31 Burnout Phase #3: Chronic stress
    08:34 Burnout Phase #4: The burnout itself
    08:55 Burnout Phase #5: Habitual burnout
    10:37 Sign #1: Fatigue over the things you use to find easy
    15:03 Sign #2: Poor sleeping habits make you tired
    19:37 Sign #3: Brain fog blurs what you see
    22:49 Sign #4: Low creativity
    24:19 Sign #5: Agitated by small things
    25:54 Sign #6: Avoid being around people
    27:08 Sign #7: Being indecisive 

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  • Alexis sits down with Jay Shetty to talk about how her late mother influenced her to be her own person, to always treat failures and heartbreaks as stepping stones to where she is headed, to validate pain and the lessons they teach, and to see the positivity in things life throws at you.

    Alexis Ren is a model, actress, and one of the most influential personalities on social media. At 24, aside from being a strong advocate of mental health, women empowerment, and environmental protection, she has also built a strong community for women dealing with different mental and emotional issues as well as sharing her own life struggles and experiences. 

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    What We Discuss with Alexis:
    00:00 Intro
    02:33 There are so many live we want to live
    03:46 Learning all the aspects of a healthy relationship
    06:01 Going deep into your own creativity at a young age
    10:37 Scouted for modelling at 14
    12:12 When her mother was diagnosed with terminal cancer
    15:03 Financial independence and the social media attention
    19:48 First time playing a character
    20:39 Keep saying your name until you hear your voice drop back into your identity
    24:49 Taking a break from Hollywood
    29:14 Self-reflection amidst bullying and trolling
    31:17 Heroes are people that continuously admit why they are not
    35:09 Notes are gold, go make them
    38:10 Acting is a tool used to either get closer to yourself or farther away from it
    42:02 Talking to girls in a live call about traumas
    44:06 If you can just make someone smile, the world will become a better place
    45:10 We Are Warriors is an educational and personal wellness community
    52:02 When you get lost in your role and forget your purpose
    53:38 The public is creating characters for you in any public relationship
    56:44 Seeing heartbreaks as growing pains
    01:00:48 None of our struggles won’t last forever
    01:03:39 Your greatest connection to the other side are the people you lost
    01:06:15 The things that weren’t meant to be is serving what’s meant to be
    01:08:09 An intention on something before you do it is powerful
    01:14:16 Pain is pain, its valid when it happens
    01:17:15 Proving how many characters you can be when acting
    01:21:44 Show the universe you’re having fun with what’s handed to you
    01:26:33 Every Disney movie always has a comical side character
    01:28:47 Alexis on the Final Five

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  • We often want to be recognized for what we did well and not for our mistakes. If we keep hearing the things we did wrong over and over, we tend to see them as truth and eventually keep repeating the same mistakes.

    This is where most relationships struggle because people often focus on the wrong, the mistake, the unsightly character instead of appreciating the good traits, the commendable actions, and the everyday effort our partners put into the relationship.

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty talks about looking past the negative aspects of your relationship and learning to pick out what can make it work.  

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    Key Takeaways:
    00:00 Intro
    02:19 Getting through the tough days, weeks, and months in a relationship
    04:39 Principle #1: Think of the person as a dear friend
    08:32 Principle #2: Relationships should have non-negotiables and things you can be persuaded on
    13:25 Principle #3: Don’t respond out of your own insecurity and ego
    16:56 Principle #4: Don’t expect your partner to be like you in situations
    18:47 Principle #5: Don’t try to change them to be you
    20:46 Principle #6: Amplify who they are in bad times
    22:10 Principle #7: Do an intervention on yourself

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  • Mathew Hussey sits down with Jay Shetty to talk about dealing with relationships. The way most of us struggle with finding the right person, when we expect too much from our partner, when we refuse to acknowledge that change is voluntary, and when the amount of energy we are willing to give to someone who isn’t at par with what we’re willing to give are the truths that are harder to accept. 

    Mathew Hussey is an British life coach, a YouTube personality, and the author of the New York Times bestseller Get The Guy: Learn Secrets of the Male Mind to Find the Man You Want and the Love You Deserve. His podcast, Love Life with Matthew Hussey, offers practical tips you can use right away to improve all of your relationships – romantic, family, friends, career, and the relationship you have with yourself.

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    What We Discuss with Matthew:
    00:00 Intro
    03:09 What’s your favorite story of love?
    06:22 The importance of reevaluating what is actually important in a partner
    12:44 It’s uncomfortable but maybe it’s teaching you something
    21:21 When all the special moves don’t work and your genuine self comes out
    23:56 The problem is people are falling in love too fast
    25:47 How can you be nervous when you’re valuing the right things?
    28:06 You obsess over what they could have been
    32:59 Don’t be upset when you lose a poet, the poetry is the relationship
    35:49 A moment where you genuinely are brave enough to let someone in and be seen
    39:03 When you come out of an argument bleeding every time
    44:31 People aren’t comfortable in being an area they can be criticized
    47:32 The culture you create will have an impact in the people around you
    50:53 Give an amount of energy you are willing to lose
    55:34 Experiencing the endless ocean of disappointment
    01:00:00 There is someone that uniquely vibes with your personality
    01:03:35 You can’t change a person when they don’t want to
    01:09:43 You’ve never been heartbroken, have you?
    01:13:35 Staying in unhappy for a long time makes it difficult to entertain the the idea of leaving
    01:18:40 The 30-Day Confidence Challenge
    01:22:25 Matthew on Fast Five

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  • Perhaps the hardest word you can say to someone is NO. Saying YES to something, even if it’s half-heartedly meant, is easier because you aren’t obliged to justify it. The pressure is less, and so it’s easier to say so.

    Whereas, if you say NO, there is this need to justify why you said that and why it isn’t possible for you to do anything at the moment. The guilt for refusing will haunt you. At the back of your mind, this guilt will pressure you to eventually give in. When you eventually give in, you won’t feel good about yourself because the situation is forcing you to do it.   

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty talks about how to say NO without feeling guilty and why you need to say it clearly and openly.

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    Key Takeaways:
    00:00 Intro
    03:56 Are you a people pleaser?
    08:59 Why do we feel guilty when we say NO?
    11:11 Feeling bad for saying NO needs to go
    13:09 Don’t say NO without actually saying no
    15:47 Know why you are saying NO
    19:45 Be clear about when you say NO 
    23:13 When you’re about to say no, thank the person for the interest
    24:58 Remember that NO doesn’t mean it’s forever
    27:09 You can be assertive and affectionate in saying NO 

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  • Darren Prince sits down with Jay Shetty to talk about his freeing journey from addiction. They discuss how the substance abuse started, the effects it had on him and his family, the many hurdles along the way as he tried to break free from it, and the stories of the lives he touched and helped save. 

    Darren Prince is a prominent sports and celebrity agent and global advocate for addiction and recovery. Through his agency, Prince Marketing Group, he represents icons such as Magic Johnson, Hulk Hogan, Charlie Sheen, Dennis Rodman, Chevy Chase, and the late Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali to name a few. Through his new cause, he has become a sought after speaker on addiction recovery and mental health.

    What We Discuss with Darren:
    00:00 Intro
    03:46 Growing up with a crippling anxiety 
    06:16 The Impostor syndrome grew deeper over the years
    09:14 Realizing the addiction was getting bad
    13:04 At 14, came the first taste of addiction
    17:01 Youth should have access to a trusted teacher or a guidance counselor
    21:52 When you are just a shell of yourself
    28:08 How addiction affects the people around you
    31:35 Helping others recover when you’re still battling addiction 
    32:35 Recovery isn't based on promotion, it's based on attraction
    37:58 Addiction and substance abuse is not getting the coverage that it should
    40:38 Your God-Managed Coincidences (GMC)
    42:34 It can be therapeutic to look back into your past self
    46:34 The story of a father who can see his kids again
    49:34 Making a connection is all about the energy you put into it
    53:43 A story of several 99 days relapse
    58:38 Darren on Final Five
    01:00:43 People can send help to Aiming High Foundation

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    Darren Prince | Facebook
    Prince Marketing Group
    Aiming High by Darren Prince

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  • What are you really afraid of? Losing a job, talking to a lot of people in public, joining a meeting on your first day of work, or expressing your thoughts openly? 

    Fear comes in many forms and it limits you to what you think will keep you safe. It can take control of your thoughts and redirect your actions toward the things that won’t help you grow. It will only worsen your anxiety and make you continuously live in fear.    

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty talks about the different types of fear many of us face and how to use them to motivate us toward what we want and eventually live in peace and happiness.

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    Key Takeaways:
    00:00 Intro
    00:14 The epic battle of Mahabharata is about to begin
    02:33 Anxiety, our everyday fear, is holding us back by blocking our true feelings
    09:12 The fear of fear
    13:20 The stress response: when your body shouts fear
    16:00 Working with fear: externalize our fear and step back from it
    17:01 Accept your fear, acknowledge its presence
    19:23 Find fear patterns
    23:26 The cause of fear - attachment, the cure for fear, detachment
    27:19 The common misconception about detachment
    30:38 Managing short-term fears
    36:09 Short circuit fear - when our fear manifests in our body
    41:42 Revisit long-term fears and the solution of avoidance
    46:09 Take a deep dive into your fears 

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  • Gisele Bündchen sits down with Jay Shetty to talk about her passion for being in tune with nature. She shares how she encourages open communication with her children, appreciating nature as it is while learning to appreciate our own value, and the healing benefits of incorporating meditation in your daily routine.

    Gisele Bündchen is a mother, author, philanthropist, and global environmentalist. Over the years, Gisele has faced a number of challenges, and credits meditation with helping her live a more conscious and joyful life, insights that she shares in her New York Times bestselling book, Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life. As a longtime meditation practitioner, Gisele believes we are all divine beings, and that when we quiet our minds, we will find that most of the answers we seek are inside us.

    What We Discuss with Gisele:
    00:00 Intro
    02:45 Seeing your family after a long time
    06:22 Our parents are also trying to figure it all out
    10:49 We are nature, we aren’t separate from it
    14:30 Everything about nature is a gift
    18:46 To appreciate nature, you must live like a child
    21:21 Meditation is a precious tool for depression and anxiety
    24:23 Becoming a mother is a rebirth of yourself
    27:08 Force is never the way, leading by example is the way
    29:35 Hope In Times Of Uncertainty
    35:20 Starting a meditation routine
    40:20 Gisele on Final Five

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    Gisele Bundchen | Facebook
    Gisele Bundchen | Insight Timer

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  • How many times have you looked at your phone today? How many times in a day do you scroll mindlessly on your favorite social media platform? How many times have you put down your phone to actually finish your work? 

    Devices distract us from focusing on what needs to be done. Pair that up with a working space or an environment that doesn’t entice creativity and productivity, we often end up losing focus of our goals and wasting our time doing something utterly unproductive. 

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty talks about the different distractions that block our will to stay ahead with our goals while diverting our focus on unproductive things. 

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    Key Takeaways:
    00:49 We all struggle from distractions that affect our focus
    04:42 Principle #1: Decision fatigue
    09:47 Principle #2: Starting out your workday by opening your email inbox
    12:49 Principle #3: Creating the right audio for your working space
    16:29 Principle #4: Keep books everywhere
    20:11 Principle #5: Don’t start your day with your phone
    23:36 Principle #6: Creating a visual environment 

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  • Bob Proctor sits down with Jay Shetty to talk about freeing yourself from societal and cultural control, seeking awareness and learning how to improve your life, and finding the dedication to pursue what you love.  

    Bob Proctor is a New York Times best-selling author of the You Were Born Rich (1984) book. As a speaker, author, consultant, coach, and mentor, he works with business entities and individuals around the world, instilling within them not only the mental foundations of success and the motivation to achieve, but also the actionable strategies that will empower them to grow, improve, and thrive in today’s ever-changing world.

    What We Discuss with Bob:
    00:00 Intro
    01:57 The importance of the internet for the last 12 months
    03:44 Different paradigms is in control of our lives
    07:00 If you want to learn, go to someone who knows more than you do
    10:28 Learn by fully understanding what you are reading
    16:55 Our paradigm is a multitude of concepts fixed in our subconscious mind
    22:44 Staying motivated and enthusiastic in changing the paradigms that control us
    27:04 You can only attract to you what vibrates in harmony with you
    30:29 The results that you’re seeing tells the truth
    35:41 Love comes in when everything is in harmony in all aspects of your life
    39:12 Ask yourself: What do you really want in this life?
    44:23 The You Were Born Rich book
    46:33 Bob on the Fast Five

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    Bob Proctor | Instagram
    Bob Proctor | LinkedIn
    Bob Proctor | Amazon Books

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