Jason is a Corporate Trainer and the highest educated Action Sports Athletic Speaker in the country. He has helped teams and clients attain and maintain their high performance levels. He delivers the Gold Medal Mindset for a Championship Life by inspiring, educating, and challenging people to take ownership and action of their life.
Kasper van der Meulen went from being overweight, burnt out and unhappy, to developing superhuman focus, fitness, and personal freedom. He put himself through numerous experiments and challenges. He optimized his lifestyle, conquered the cold, ran ultramarathons on his bare feet, tested countless diets on himself. With over ten thousand hours of experience in teaching science, self-mastery and innovation, he decided to demystify and methodize these principles in a fun and bite-sized manner. Learn more about Kasper and how to have laser-focus in this episode!
Andy Zaremba and his brother, Mike founded Floathouse in Vancouver serving people in Vancouver area since 2010. He is the co-host of the Vancouver Real podcast. Andy has a fascination for learning and a deep passion for personal growth through books, courses, public speaking, podcasts, floating, and the like. We discussed the benefits of isolation tank and much more.
I want to bring back a short clip from episode 8 Dr. Nima Rahmany: The art of powerful alignment to play for you and share some of the scientific research findings to help make a case on how mindfulness practice can help with PTSD or just stress in general.
On today’s episode I want to talk about mindfulness and connection. What does it mean to have more connection.
In today’s society, we live in the age of technology and it’s becoming more and more apparent that many of the tasks are being automated. Whether it’s the automated phone system when you call in for customer services at big companies or whether it’s self-check out system at the grocery store to promote efficiency and cost-cutting for the company, but it also cut out the human connection.
Today I want to talk about the concept of mindfulness and gratitude. The more i learn and practice both I realize that they both go hand in hand. You can’t have mindfulness without gratitude and vice versa. When you are mindful, you are aware of your experience and your state of mind. When you are grateful you are aware of what you have rather than what you don’t have. Therefore, a grateful person is a mindful person.