There are only two things you can control in this world - where you spend your heartbeats & your attitude as you pay. All else is an illusion. - James Beck
What are some small changes you can make to shift the world for yourself and others?
This week, Ted Talk Speaker, mind behind the Give Beck journey, Massage Therapist, and Author of Hey Dad, Remember Me?,and Founder of Beck Balance, James Beck, joins Dr. Michelle Robin to share his own transformational journey, life lessons we can all learn by “paying it forward,” how generational dysfunction impacts everyone, and the four steps to know if you should promote a relationship in your life with the Relational Currency acronym, AC/DC.
About James Beck
James Beck of Beck Balance is changing the massage therapy world by helping practitioners and clients re-create the way they work with the human body so they can significantly reduce pain, improve energy, and enjoy a better quality of life!
Beck's professional training began in 2003 as a Massage Therapist at Burke Williams, in Santa Monica, CA, where he grew to become the facility's lead Deep Tissue instructor and one of the top therapists for four years.
Beck spent most of his life traveling the world, studying different healing theories & modalities. In 2007, he worked with NBC's American Gladiators (Seasons 1 & 2). After experiencing great results with his protocol, NBC's medical staff asked him to work on their hit show, The Biggest Loser (Seasons 7-11).
In 2011, Beck left Hollywood & took an epic, "pay-it-forward" journey across America (go to www.givebeck.com for details). In 2014, he returned to Southern California and began a successful Structural Integration practice and a Wellness Program for March Air Reserve Base in Riverside, CA. He spent six years assisting C.A. National Guard soldiers in passing their Physical Training tests during Drill Weekends through hands-on therapy.
Join Dr. Michelle and James as they talk about:
Discover how we can cultivate ourselves and others as James shares:
Listen and learn all about the four steps to know if you should promote a relationship in your life with the Relational Currency acronym, AC/DC:
“Do not depend on the hope of results. You may have to face the fact that your work will be apparently worthless and even achieve no result at all, if not perhaps results opposite to what you expect. As you get used to this idea, you start more and more to concentrate not on the results, but on the value, the rightness, the truth of the work itself. You gradually struggle less and less for an idea and more and more for specific people. In the end, it is the reality of personal relationships that saves everything. - Thomas Merton
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