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Now displaying: August, 2016
Aug 6, 2016

If you’ve ever struggled with food, what to eat, when to eat, or how to keep from eating too much then do we have the mindful eating show for you.

Today I’ll be talking with Dr. Ruth Wolever, Director of Vanderbilt Health Coaching, Founding Research Director for Duke Integrative Medicine, and the Chief Scientific Officer for eMindful. She’s a nationally recognized expert on Health and Wellness Coaching, and one of the elected leaders of the National Consortium for Credentialing Health and Wellness Coaches and the co-author of a fantastic book on changing your eating habits, The Mindful Diet.

Today we’ll talk about just that, about transforming your relationship with food, for lasting weight loss, vibrant health, and better control over what you eat and when.

That plus we’ll talk about stealth calories, calorie bombs, the goldlocks principle, why you want to graze like a cow, and why you don’t want barbeque flavored cardboard, and what in the world is a whoppie pie moment?

Self-Help and Self-Improvement Mindfulness Weight Loss Topics Include

  1. What does chocolate chip cookie dough have to do with anything.
  2. Why comfort foods are meant to keep calling, no matter how healthy you are
  3. What is mindless, not mindful, automatic eating
  4. Why what we see is what we eat
  5. What’s the endless bowl of soup?
  6. Tell us about the Wheel of Health
  7. Why stress leads to belly fat
  8. What stress has to do with diet and eating
  9. How mindfulness can help with eating and nutrition
  10. How Jon Kabat-Zinn describes and defines mindfulness
  11. What’s the science behind mindfulness
  12. Why dieting is stacked against someone and not sustainable
  13. How to use mindfulness to learn more about yourself
  14. How breathing can help with mindfulness
  15. How do we flex our kindness muscle?
  16. What’s the goldilocks principle
  17. What are the biggest mistakes around when we eat
  18. Why it’s so important to slow down when I eat
  19. What are the four pillars of healthy eating
  20. How do we eat for blood sugar balance
  21. What’s it mean to eat a plant based diet?
  22. Why it’s so important to eat whole foods
  23. What’s a calorie bomb?
  24. How frequently should you eat?
  25. What are hidden calories
  26. What’s a whoopee pie moment?
  27. What’s the benefit of an attitude of gratitude
  28. Why it’s not important to join the clean plate club
  29. Key eating tips for kids
  30. emindful.com (chief scientific officer),
  31. Left Duke, now at Vanderbilt

Ruth Wolever, PhD Shares How The Mindful Diet Helps You Lose Weight & Keep it Off! Fitness | Health | Mindfulness | Guided Meditation | Inspiration | Motivation | Spiritual | Spirituality | Inspirational | Motivational | Self-Improvement | Self-Help | Inspire

For More Info Visit: www.InspireNationShow.com

Aug 5, 2016

If you’ve ever wondered what the lives of underwater brethren, the fish are like, then do we have the holy mackerel show for you.

Today we’ll be talking with Jonathan Balcombe, director of animal sentience at the Humane Society Institute for Science and Policy and the author of four books, including Second Nature, Pleasurable Kingdom, and What a Fish Knows, a fascinating book I found incredibly hard to put down.

Today we’ll be talking about the inner lives of our underwater cousins, what a fish knows, thinks, feels, and what’s life really like, a few feet, to many fathoms below the sea.

That plus we’ll talk about why Nemo’s dad Marlin, may have really been Marlette, fish and optical illusions, mucus and jolts, carp and Mozart, democracy and robo-fish, ebay rankings for cleaner fish, the super-dad of the sea world, the animal Einstein Olympics, what Yao Ming, Jackie Chan and David Beckham have in common, and why male bulldogs may just want to shorten their EOD’s!

Self-Help and Self-Improvement Topics Include:

  1. What happened to Jonathan Balcombe at 8 years old
  2. What was the goldfish incident
  3. Why we’ve missed the boat on fishes
  4. How there are fish that can literally fly
  5. Why there have been fish over 200 million years ago that had umbilical cords
  6. David Attenborough announcer had the fish named him
  7. What is the menhaden?
  8. What we can learn about flounder and other flat fish?
  9. What happens to flounder in puberty
  10. What can swordfish do with their eyes
  11. What’s the Abyss and how much life is there?
  12. What can sharks do with their eyes to see in the dark
  13. Walking sharks?
  14. Rose lipped bat fish?
  15. What can we learn from fish and optical illusions?
  16. How can fish hear?
  17. What kind of music do Koi like?
  18. Why fish grow faster with music, particularly Mozart
  19. What is scary stuff from fish?
  20. What’s a fish’s sense of taste like?
  21. How fish navigate via the sun, and magnetism
  22. What are cleaner fishes?
  23. What can we learn about cooperation from groupers and moray eels.
  24. What is a robofish?
  25. What can we learn from Lauri Cook about Beta-Fish and what’s the beta-fish myth? (aka Siamese Fighting Fish)
  26. How do fish use tools?
  27. Can Tiger Fish catch birds?
  28. Who is Christina Zenato and what does she do with sharks?
  29. What can we learn about changing sex and Nemo
  30. How a puffer fish create mandalas
  31. Why is the seahorse the super-dad?
  32. What Carl Safina author of Beyond Words found with trawlers and Green Peace in the Arctic
  33. What do trawlers do?
  34. What happens when fishing shrimp aka shrimping
  35. What is by-catch
  36. Why is shrimping so harmful to the environment
  37. Why is eating tuna like eating tigers?
  38. What does Yao Min, Jackie Chan and David Beckham have to do with shark fins?
  39. What a Fish Knows is now a New York Times best-seller, visit jonathanbalcombe.com and www.jonathan-balcombe.com – come join his newsletter!

Jonathan Balcome, PhD shares the incredible lives & scientifically proven intelligence of fish & what it means for us! Environment | Ecology | Vegan | Vegetarian | Inspirational | Motivational | Motivation | Spiritual | Spirituality | Self-Improvement | Self-Help | Inspire

For More Info Visit: www.InspireNationShow.com

Aug 4, 2016

If you’ve ever felt stressed, anxious, or overwhelmed, then do we have the calm inducing show for you.

Today we’ll be talking about all things calm, how to relax, feel better, keep from getting overwhelmed, and stay out of that fight or flight state, that turns our brains to mud.

That plus we’ll talk about the power of water, the shock of shipping, calendar mavens, kitty exercise, the beauty of hammocks, what in the world is Bear Time, exotic deserts, and cat-o-nine-tails and Kermit, the frog that is.

Calm Inducing Self-Help and Self-Improvement Topics Include:

  1. Why overwhelm can require an A game of self-care
  2. What consciousness has to do with overwhelm
  3. What stress and fear of the unknown has to do with calmness
  4. What it means for energy to get stuck
  5. What it means to be meditating and noticing in your meditation you’re not meditating
  6. What we can learn from Clark Elliott, author of The Ghost in My Brain
  7. Why we want to challenge ourselves by looking at the world in different ways
  8. How to turn things into a ‘test’ to strengthen the wiring mechanisms of our brain
  9. What is mental masturbation?
  10. What we can do to reduce information overload
  11. What I learned from Meir Schneider about relaxing his eyes
  12. How we can use our eyes to help calm us down
  13. How water can be incredibly calming
  14. How meditation can help with calming and reducing stress
  15. How bears can help with your fitness when you’re out running
  16. What lucid dreaming and dream yoga can do for your relaxation
  17. How organizing our calendars can help us get our stress levels down
  18. How to enforce yourself to relax
  19. What’s the power of date time
  20. What’s the power of snuggle time

CJ Liu & Michael Sandler Share How to Calm Down Fast From Overwhelm, Stress & Work! Inspirational | Motivational | Fitness | Health | Career | Spiritual | Spirituality | Meditation | Inspiration | Motivation | Self-Improvement | Self-Help | Inspire

For More Info Visit: www.InspireNationShow.com

Aug 3, 2016

If you’ve ever wanted greater happiness, peace, or better relationships in your life, then do we have the compassionate show for you!

Today we’ll be talking about compassion, what it is, how to cultivate it, why in the world you want more of it, and why it’s so powerful for ourselves.

That plus we’ll talk about car horn compassion, kitty compassion, family compassion customer service compassion, and even compassion at your department of motor vehicles.

Compassionate Self-Help and Self-Improvement Topics Include:

  1. What is Kitty Compassion
  2. Why have a show on compassion?
  3. Who is AI researcher Clark Elliot, author of The Ghost in My Brain
  4. Why there are so many more people with head injuries than we can imagine
  5. Why people who are struggling in line, or look strange, may actually have a head-injury
  6. Why it’s important to have compassion with people acting oddly
  7. What happens when we get to a place of overwhelm, and why we want to treat everyone in overwhelm with compassion
  8. Why you want to have compassion for someone, even, if not especially during a fight
  9. Why compassion is important
  10. How does one have the energy to be compassionate toward someone else, especially a complete stranger
  11. How compassion can be contagious and the instant karma you get from being compassionate
  12. What’s a bank account of compassion
  13. What’s the importance of presence?
  14. What’s the importance of sending someone love?
  15. What Ajahn Brahm has to say about self-gratitude
  16. What we can do to shift and be more empathetic toward others
  17. What is syncing and how can we use it to help ourselves and others
  18. What self-compassion really looks like
  19. What’s the importance of the I Love Myself exercise, and do it right before going to sleep
  20. Where kindness and compassion comes into play for learning
  21. What kindness and compassion has to do with grit.

Jessica Lee Shares How Compassion Helps Make Life Easier, More Enjoyable & Improves Relationships! Karma | Happiness | Spiritual | Spirituality | Career || Meditation | Inspiration | Motivation | Inspirational | Motivational | Self-Improvement | Self-Help | Inspire

For More Info Visit: www.InspireNationShow.com

Aug 2, 2016

If you’ve ever had a head injury, concussion, learning disability such as ADHD, or no someone who does, then do we have the concussive show for you.

Today I’ll be talking with Clark Elliott, PhD, brilliant artificial intelligence researcher and professor, and the author of an incredibly powerful book, and perhaps one of my most important reads of the last year, maybe of ever…The Ghost in My Brain, How a concussion stole my life, and how the new science of brain plasticity helped me get it back.

And that’s just what we’ll talk about today, about head injuries and what that really means, and how we can get our lives back, or our minds back, after we’ve suffered one…even many years or misdiagnosis later.

That plus we’ll talk about the dangers of follow mode, the importance of knowing you don’t have a dog, why a toddler’s first words may have been do it myself, do it myself, Clark is the man who never gives up, ever, ever, ever, ever, the danger of scanner beeps, and when you should never ever ride a roller coaster

Self-Help and Self-Improvement Brain Health Topics Include

  1. How running has helped his healing.
  2. What were things looking like prior to September 1999
  3. How he taught Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Sciences at DePaul University in Chicago
  4. What was the accident that injured his brain
  5. Why he had such difficulty getting a proper diagnosis
  6. What happens when his brain fatigues.
  7. What are the three main batteries for the brain
  8. Why he put his head injury notes of brain thoughts into the book.
  9. How Clark Elliott had become spiritual, and what happened once he had a head injury
  10. What does The Ghost in My Brain mean, and who or what was the ghost?
  11. A big shout out to Donna Lee and Deborah Zelinsky for Clark Elliot’s healing
  12. Where did self-love fall into the equation
  13. How did Clark Elliott keep from being depressed?
  14. How he managed to accept things, and let go, just as it was
  15. What was Clark Elliott’s secret weapon?
  16. What happened on a surprise trip to a Thai monastery?
  17. How Donalee Markus understood him and knew what to do to help Clark Elliott
  18. How Donalee helped retrain Clark Elliott’s brain.
  19. What a brain injury means or looks like
  20. What brain injuries and traumatic brain injuries have to do with balance issues
  21. What may learning disabilities have to do with learning disabilities such as ADHD
  22. Go see a neurodevelopmental optometrist, http://mindeyeconnection.com/ - Clarkelliott.com website go to Nora
  23. Why there are so many hidden concussions in school sports

Clark Elliott, PhD, shares his journey from traumatic brain injury to perfect brain health! Concussion | Inspiration | Motivation | Inspirational | Motivational | Spiritual | Spirituality | Meditation | Fitness | Self-Improvement | Self-Help | Inspire

For More Info Visit: www.InspireNationShow.com

Aug 1, 2016

If you’ve ever wanted less stress, greater happiness, and MORE success in your life, no matter what that looks like, then do we have the happiness producing show for you. 

Today we’ll be talking with Dr. Emma Sepalla, Associate Director of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education Center at Stanford University, founder of Fulfillment Daily, a TEDx talk speaker who’s work has been featured in the Documentary Free The Mind and the author of a fascinating new look at the science of Happiness, The Happiness Track.

And that’s just what we’ll be talking about today, how to apply the science of happiness, to accelerate your success!

That plus we’ll talk about the danger of strengths, morning morality, the Stanford Duck syndrome, successaholics, the power of a hug, why we might want to stop paying attention, and start daydreaming, and why taking a take a 2 day silent retreat before surgery, just may be the greatest gift in the world.

Self-Improvement and Self-Help Happiness Topics Include:

  1. How did she teach returning veterans yoga breathing techniques (to help with injuries, anxiety and PTSD)
  2. What happened to veterans who did a one week breathing program
  3. What are the incredible benefits of the breath
  4. What she learned while interning for an international newspaper in Paris
  5. What’s the Myth of Success and why’d she write The Happiness Track
  6. What are the 6 myths with success?
  7. What was it like first attending Stanford?
  8. Who was Antonio Horta Osorio and what happened with him?
  9. What’s an amazing benefit of showering?
  10. Why we want to take time off from work
  11. Why psychic yourself up by stressing yourself out is not the answer
  12. What’s the importance of self-compassion
  13. What’s wrong with checking our inbox?
  14. Why we want to ‘Eat Your Frog’ (Brian Tracy)
  15. Why you don’t want your email to invade your life
  16. What’s the hangover effect
  17. Why mindfulness is so important but we are never happier than being in the present moment
  18. Why the answer may not be willpower or grit
  19. What does calmness have to do with energy management?
  20. Where does play fit into things?
  21. Why life shouldn’t be so serious?
  22. What we can learn from Dwight D. Eisenhower about play.
  23. Why it’s so important to completely disconnect when you’re at home.
  24. What we can learn from Salvador Dali
  25. What we can learn from Pico Iyer and the Art of Silence
  26. When stress is good
  27. Why mindfulness may not be the best, but how meditation from the Art of Living may help.
  28. What we can learn from Jack Ma and Alibaba
  29. What’s the danger of self-focus?
  30. What we can learn from congressman Tim Ryan
  31. emmaseppala.com and have infrequent newsletter and facebook page and twitter on the science of happiness

Emma Seppala PhD, Stanford on The Science of Happiness To Accelerate Your Success! + Guided Meditation | Mindfulness | Career | Inspiration | Motivation | Inspirational | Motivational | Spiritual | Spirituality | Self-Improvement | Self-Help | Inspire

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www.InspireNationShow.com

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