Optimize Your Gut Health with Fermented Foods
Play • 44 min

Jon Gordon is joined by Lauren Mones. Lauren is the Founder and CEO of Fermenting Fairy. They produce functional probiotic foods and beverages that are unique and have the cleanest labels in the industry.

This episode is all about how to optimize your gut health with fermented food. Why does this matter? Because gut health has been shown to have a major impact on our physical and mental health. When your gut health improves, so do you in all areas of your life.

There’s a hidden gem in this one too. As you listen to Lauren you’ll hear how she turned her pain into a greater purpose. Remember that as you listen and use it as fuel to look for ways to turn your challenges into opportunities as well.

Our featured resource this week is Jon’s Online Coaching Program. Every month Jon goes LIVE via Zoom teaching on a specific success strategy and answering your questions via LIVE, interactive Q&A. When you join you get instant access to past coaching replays and exclusive bonuses. You also get special VIP access to several of our upcoming online challenges and events. Get the details and sign up today at jongordoncoaching.com - Our next LIVE coaching is coming up soon.

Live Inspired Podcast with John O'Leary
Live Inspired Podcast with John O'Leary
John O'Leary
Ben Nemtin of MTV's 'The Buried Life': What Do You Want to Do Before You Die? (ep. 336)
In 2006, Ben Nemtin and three childhood friends started The Buried Life: a list of 100 things to do before you die. For every item on the list they accomplished, they helped a stranger cross something off their bucket list. Ben has crossed off 93 including write a New York Times bestselling book What Do You Want to Do BeforeYou Die?, make a TV show, be interviewed by Oprah (who called their mission “truly inspiring") and play basketball with President Obama (who said Ben is an “inspiration for a new generation”). Today, Ben shares what inspired the bucket list quest, its impact on millions to thrive personally and professionally and the practical steps you can take to create your bucket list today. SHOW NOTES: * Growing up in Pleasantville: Although Victoria, British Columbia + his childhood was idyllic, Ben put unsurmountable pressure on himself leading to anxiety and crippling depression as a young adult. After being dropped from the national rugby team, Ben dropped out of school and became isolated. * Rediscovering a zest for life, Ben + three friends set out on a two-week road trip with a bucket list of 100 things they’d like to do before they die, and helping others accomplish something on their list along the way. * MTV's The Buried Life * The series name The Buried Life was inspired by Matthew Arnold’s poem written in 1852 by the same name. * "But often, in the world's most crowded streets, But often, in the din of strife, There rises an unspeakable desire After the knowledge of our buried life." Read the full poem here. * A-Ha, the Ripple Effect: During the 14-year journey, The Buried Life team was inspiring others to create and go after their own personal goals and passions. * When creating an item for the list, which included play basketball with President Obama, ride a bull and sing the National Anthem to a packed stadium, they pretended they had $10 millions and that anything was possible. Get the full list here. * In 2006, a man named Brent wanted to deliver pizzas to the homeless shelter he spent three years living in. He pulled himself out of that homeless shelter by starting a business that relied heavily on a now-broken down truck. With $408, the team bought him a truck and felt the profound impact they were having on others. * Valuing authenticity, they battled to executive produce The Buried Life when MTV signed them to a contract in 2010. * “No goal is greater than any other goal.” Kissing the Stanley Cup was a reminder that no matter how mundane or epic a list item was, it was important as long as it was important to them. * “You’re 77% more likely to achieve your goal if you have someone checking in on you.” * Take action on your bucket list: * Take 30 minutes to develop your initial list with things that are important to you, understanding it will evolve as you evolve. * Create accountability by sharing your goals with others. * Break down the bigger, more important items into smaller, tangible steps. * “You are the architect for your own inspiration. Start taking steps towards your goals to create inspiration through action.” * “Accountability and inspiration through action will drive us towards our personal goals.” * Of the original 100, Ben looks forward to crossing off “make a movie” and “go to space”. * Organically over time, Ben graduated into the next evolution of his career as the outrageous list items seemed less intriguing. * How to manage + improve your mental wellbeing: * Acknowledge that feeling any type of anxiety or depression is okay. * Speak to someone you trust about these feelings, giving others the chance to help you. * Develop a Resilience or Mental Health Toolkit with things that increase your wellbeing. BEN NEMTIN'S LIVE INSPIRED 7 1. What is the best book you’ve ever read? The Overstory by Richard Powers and Third Door by Alex Banayan. 2. What is a characteristic or trait that you possessed as a child that you wish you still exhibited today? Naivety. 3. Your house is on fire, all living things and people are out. You have the opportunity to run in and grab one item. What would it be? Mugs from when my grandfather was in the war. 4. You are sitting on a bench overlooking a gorgeous beach. You have the opportunity to have a long conversation with anyone living or dead. Who would it be? President Obama. 5. What is the best advice you’ve ever received? The truth will set you free. 6. What advice would you give your 20-year-old self? Slow down and smell the roses. 7. It’s been said that all great people can have their lives summed up in one sentence. How do you want yours to read? What do you want to do before you die? *** About our sponsor: Keeley Companies wholeheartedly believes that if you get the people right -the results will follow. They set themselves apart with a forward-thinking culture that empowers their people and fosters loyal partnerships. Keeley Companies are a proud sponsor, partner, and super fan of the Live Inspired Podcast. Learn more about Keeley Companies.
57 min
The Brian Buffini Show
The Brian Buffini Show
Brian Buffini
How To Be a Pro in an Unskilled World #266
“You're in total control of the skill set you have and the skill set you can have.” – Brian Buffini We might not be able to control much in today’s uncertain world, but one dynamic we can control is the ability to develop our own skills. In this episode, Brian teaches how we can take charge of our attitude, efforts and self-development to become more skilled and professional and stand out from the crowd. Topics discussed include: how to develop emotional intelligence, how to listen well and why actions speak louder than words. YOU WILL LEARN: * How to connect with your clients. * How to serve your clients. * How to hone your skills. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: “Emotional Intelligence,” by Daniel Goleman Episode 14, An Interview with Daniel Goleman Episode 26, Mastering the Art of Listening Episode 87, The Unexpected Extras Episode 161, Never Split the Difference with Chris Voss Chester L. Karrass “Takin’ Care of Business,” by Brian Buffini and Joe Niego Buffini & Company training solutions INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE: “It is easier to succeed right now than any time I've seen in the last 40 years.” – Brian Buffini “We're not in control of very much. But we can control our attitude, we can control our efforts and we definitely can control our own self-development.” – Brian Buffini “Gifts are given. Skills are acquired and honed.” – Brian Buffini “Human beings want to feel heard, and they want to be connected.” – Brian Buffini “Every time you fulfill a promise, you build trust. Every time you break a promise, you break trust.” – Brian Buffini “There's a joy in serving, there's a purpose in serving, there's a beauty in giving.” – Brian Buffini
40 min
The ONE Thing with Geoff Woods
The ONE Thing with Geoff Woods
Produktive
Put Your Money Where Your Priority Is
As you go on your journey to living The ONE Thing, you realize it’s not just about your professional success. In fact, most of it has to do with your personal life. Money is an important topic for people to set goals around, but it’s also one of the most challenging topics for couples. And when it comes to habits, how do we form habits that allow us to live a lifestyle based on a budget — whether it’s big or small? Over the past two decades, Jesse Mecham has been on a personal journey to get on a budget with his wife. What started as a way to help them pay for their wedding and newborn baby suddenly turned into a thriving business that has helped hundreds of thousands of people across the globe. The ONE Thing you can do to get started on your budgeting journey is to look at your checking account and ask yourself “What does this money need to do?” If you can just do that, everything else will become easier or unnecessary. If you want to learn more about Jesse’s software, visit youneedabudget.com. In this episode, you will learn... * [03:28] When Jesse realized he needed a budget * [05:17] The habits that made budgeting easier * [10:49] Working within your non-negotiables * [18:25] Aligning your priorities with your money * [29:49] Understanding what your money should be doing * [34:19] How to get started forming habits with your money Links & Tools From This Episode * youneedabudget.com -- Meet Otis, your new best friend in marketing. Meet Otis allows you to acquire new customers that will love your business, all from an easy to use app. You can create Facebook, Instagram, and Google ads all from their app, and Otis’ AI technology will automatically adapt your daily budget based on the platform that is performing the best. It will also analyze the data you already have to retarget existing customers and target new people just like them. Get started with Otis today with a 14-day free trial plus $50 in ad credit at MeetOtis.com/one. -- Do you run a small business? Small business owners wear a lot of hats. Some of those hats feel incredible to wear. However, filing taxes and running payroll... well, for most of us, they don’t feel great and they’re not our ONE thing. That’s where Gusto comes in to help you make payroll, taxes, and HR easy. So ask yourself, it time to take off some of your hats? You can get three FREE months when you run your first payroll at Gusto.com/ONE. -- How do you start up when the world is upside down? Sit Down Startup is a new weekly podcast from Zendesk. The Startups team brings together entrepreneurs, founders, and CEOs to discuss the latest business challenges and how to put customer experience at the heart of success. Hear from people who understand unpredictability in a coffee shop-style conversation. Catch weekly episodes on Apple, Google, and Spotify. -- Right now, we cannot be overwhelmed. We have to work to keep our loved ones safe and protect communities. We have to work to stay strong, to stay connected, to stay focused. We have to work to inspire, to innovate, to build new solutions. But for all of this to work, we have to work together. ZipRecruit works to connect employers and people every day. Visit ziprecruiter.com/worktogether to find out more.
45 min
Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast
Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast
Ethan Waldman
Learning from a Failed Tiny House: Moisture, Mold, and Rot with Chris Murphy
It’s every homeowner’s nightmare to discover a small patch of mold, and then learn that their floor, subfloor, and insulation have all become a soft, rotten waste. But that’s exactly what happened to my guest today, Chris Murphy. Chris and his wife Bri had to move out of their tiny house unexpectedly when it was discovered that there was a terrible moisture issue in both the floor and walls. In this interview, Chris tells his story so we can all learn from the critical mistakes that were made in Chris and Bri’s tiny home. Full Show Notes and Images: https://www.thetinyhouse.net/151 *In This Episode:* * From tiny house dweller to houseguest in 3 days * How Chris's subfloor was built and how it should have been built * Ask which spray foam your builder is using * The builder's response * How do you even fix a mold-ridden subfloor? * Vapor barriers and insulation to get rid of extra water * Why you should engage with others in the tiny house movement * Where do you park in a town where tiny houses are illegal? *This Week's Sponsor: Tiny House Decisions *Tiny House Decisions is the guide that I wish I had when I was building my tiny house. And it comes in three different packages to help you on your unique tiny house journey. If you're struggling to figure out the systems for your tiny house, how you're going to heat it, how you're going to plumb it, what you're going to build it out, then tiny house decisions will take you through the process systematically and help you come up with a design that works for you. Right now I'm offering 20% off any package of Tiny House Decisions for podcast listeners. Head over to https://www.thetinyhouse.net/thd and use the coupon code tiny at checkout!
41 min
More episodes
Search
Clear search
Close search
Google apps
Main menu