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In this episode, we delve into the world of leadership coaching, exploring the evidence-based theories that underpin its effectiveness. Coaching is a powerful tool for personal and professional development, leveraging psychological and social dynamics to foster growth and change. We begin by discussing scientific coaching models and theories that e…
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Welcome to episode 160 of the Self Help Antidote, where we dive deep into the transformative power of emotional intelligence and its profound impact on both personal relationships and career performance. For this episode I decided to do a Q&A session where we answer commonly asked questions about EI and provide actionable insights to help you harne…
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In this insightful episode, we dive deep into the complex and multifaceted world of burnout with our esteemed guest, Dr. Cam McDonald. Cam is a leader, educator, PhD scholar, and internationally recognized speaker on personalized health. As a key executive and education leader at Precision Health Alliance, his mission is to eliminate chronic diseas…
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In this enlightening episode, I have a chat with my old friend and colleague, John Sinclair about one of the most powerful, yet under appreciated aspects of success and fulfillment, movement. John is a renowned expert in movement as medicine, leveraging his diverse background as an educator, coach, athletic trainer, medical exercise specialist, and…
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Welcome, to a special episode of The Self Help Antidote, where we take you behind the velvet curtain of the most enchanting, bewildering show on Earth—the 'Problem-Reaction-Solution' spectacle. Imagine, if you will, a stage where the problems are as abundant as the stars, reactions are the currency, and solutions? Well, they're the magic trick ever…
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In this captivating episode of the Self Help Antidote, we're thrilled to welcome Dr. Jon Marion, a distinguished expert with a PhD in psychological anthropology, a former instructor at the Somatic School in London, and a past chapter president of the International Coach Federation (ICF). Dr. Marion brings his profound insights into the complex inte…
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Alright, here we go, strap in! She's back! This episode, me and Tiffanee Cook, we're going headfirst, I mean, like diving into a pool with no water, into some seriously personal stuff. You know, the kind that makes you go, "Whoa, this is a big issue, what am I doing here?" Lately I've been going through life busier than a one legged river dancer, a…
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In this thought-provoking episode of "The Self Help Antidote," we delve into the contentious and complex debate over human free will. We explore the philosophical underpinnings of free will, as traditionally espoused by thinkers like Descartes, contrasted with the revelations of modern neuroscience. Special guest, Clinical Neuropsychologist Roy Sug…
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In this insightful episode, I'm honored to have an extraordinary guest, my wife, Aimiende Negbenebor Sela, an award-winning filmmaker known for her deep and poignant storytelling Together, we explore something that people seem to be experiencing more and more, emotional exhaustion, a phenomenon that often leaves us drained and devoid of energy. Oft…
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Welcome back to the first episode of the year, with Alan Questel. Alan is a renown Feldenkrais practitioner, teacher and author. I found my conversation with him to be both enjoyable and deeply fascinating. I loved where the conversation went. Alan’s wisdom, authenticity and generosity added so much value to this episode. In the beginning of our co…
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This was such a fascinating conversation. I had a chance to speak with the authors of the book "Necessary Death", Chris Gross and Preston Fassel. These guys take a truly unique approach to growth, resilience, healing and transformation. "Necessary Death" is a compelling and thought-provoking work. This book skillfully intertwines elements of psycho…
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In this episode, we (my lovely wife Aimi and I) dive into the invaluable insights I've gained from the most inspiring leaders I've had the privilege to work under. These lessons aren't just theories; they're tried-and-true practices that have propelled teams and organizations to success. Belief in Others Every great boss I've known had an unwaverin…
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In this enlightening episode, we dive deep into the heart of authentic leadership with our guest, Chris Meroff. Chris wrote the book on authentic leadership. That's not a metaphor, his next book is literally titled "Discovering the Heart of Authentic Leadership." Chris is also a USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of his first book…
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In this candid and highly insightful episode, my guest Trevor Justice and I dive deep into how we can shift our patterns in relationships, focusing on essential themes that foster healthier and more fulfilling connections: Love and Acceptance: Embrace who you are and attract those who appreciate the real you. Non-Judgment: Learn the art of open-min…
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My guest today, Aimiende Negbenebor Sela is an award winning film maker with over 15 awards to her credit, including a recent Oscar qualifier. She is also my wife. So this is in no way a biased interview ;) Join us for this episode "Failing Forward," where we dive into the paradoxical power of getting it wrong to get it right. Each episode serves u…
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In this week's episode, Tiff and I take a nuanced journey through the labyrinth of human emotions. We celebrate the uplifting power of positivity, recognizing its incredible potential to foster resilience, creativity, and warmth. But as we traverse this path, we also explore positivity’s shadow: toxic positivity. We aim to dissect the fine line bet…
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Welcome back to 'The Self Help Antidote,' where we indulge in our favorite pastime – engaging in profound conversations about life's intricacies. Join us as we embark on another journey into the depths of existence, touching upon themes like meaning, manifestation, identity, the irony of Bobby not knowing the meaning of the word pontificate, and th…
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Journey with us as we unravel the ancient magic of storytelling! From the tales we grew up with to the narratives we tell ourselves, discover how stories shape our reality, beliefs, and destiny. Dive into cognitive restructuring, learn from the hero's journey, and explore the therapeutic process of re-authoring. Whether you're looking to understand…
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Dive deep into the labyrinth of self in this illuminating episode as we venture to the darkest corners of our psyche and learn the importance of accepting every part of ourselves. Drawing inspiration from Joseph Campbell's iconic "hero's journey," we explore the profound challenges and ultimate triumphs one encounters when pursuing inner transforma…
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In the labyrinth of human psyche, self-sabotage lurks, causing us to question: Why do we hinder ourselves? In this episode, Tiff and I delve into the profound dance of self-defeat. We ponder why, even with the best intentions, we sometimes act counter to our own desires. But fear not, for we also traverse the avenues to overcome these self-inflicte…
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The heady blend of little rest, ceaseless travel, and the ever-mounting weight of high expectations, all while dancing on the edge of sleep deprivation. Yes, we find ourselves enveloped in what I would call an exquisite storm of life's pressures. But fear not, dear listener. Today, we delve into the art of navigating these tumultuous seas. We explo…
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Join us in this entertaining and enlightening episode as I do a deep dive with Alfie Noakes, a multifaceted maestro with over a decade of experience in TV production. From climbing the ladders as a runner to wearing the hat of a series producer, Alfie's journey is nothing short of inspiring. He's taken mere concepts and turned them into captivating…
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Can understanding the principles and practices of psychology and philosophy create a powerful fusion to guide you towards the achievement of your wellbeing and fitness goals? In this transformative episode we embark on a journey of self-discovery, drawing from the groundbreaking concepts of Sophie Thomas's book "Fitlosophy" and the wisdom of some o…
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In this episode we delve into the fascinating intersection of coaching, psychology and real-life stories of how holding the space of belief for someone can plant the seeds of triumph over adversity. We also explore how belief can powerfully impact achievement, as evidenced by the groundbreaking Jacobson and Rosenthal study. The belief that we have …
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It's all my fault! That statement seems a bit harsh. It might even sounds a bit like blame and self-loathing; neither of which is productive, and can even be quite destructive in the long run. However, that's not what me and Tiff mean. In this episode, we are talking about responsibility, or the ability to respond to life's challenges, regardless o…
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What is the gap between what we think we know, and what we actually know? Most subject matter expertise requires a recognition as well as an appreciation of nuance. In a world where the measure and complexity of information is constantly increasing, we are increasingly (and understandably) filtering the world through our subjective opinions and cog…
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"In times of change, learners inherit the earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists." - (Eric Hoffer) It's not what you know in life, it's what you love. We are all innately curious about what we love. Knowing what that is for you will ignite a passion in you, to continually learn about…
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No one likes rejection. Some of us fear it more than others. At times, it can paralyze us. However, the reality is that in order to do anything meaningful, experience growth promoting opportunities or achieve anything requiring collaboration, which is nearly everything, we need to risk the possibility that we will be rejected. There are many strate…
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Time, it's all we really have and it's running out every single moment. Yet we treat it like an endless resource, which it is until it isn't. And none of us really know when that might be. It could be years. Or it could be today? A bit grim, we know. None of this is news to us, we all know it and we reference it in all of the cliches, but do we rea…
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In this episode my guest, Dr. Avnesh Ratnanesan and I talk about all things bliss. If you ask people what they want most in life, after discussing things like where they want to live, how they want to look, places they want to visit, their ideal family and career goals, most will say it all comes down to happiness. But happiness can be elusive beca…
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If you’re not in a cult, are you being influenced by groups, perhaps on social media that operate as one? The more disturbing questions is, would you know? My guest for this episode says that “you never know that you are in a cult, you only know you were in one.” Wikipedia describes a cult as a term used for “a relatively small group which is typic…
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We all want love. We want to be loved and to love others in return. It's arguable our deepest desire. Clearly, it doesn't always work out quite the way we wish it would. When it doesn't, what gets in the way? In this episode Tiff and I explore perhaps one of the most mysterious questions, what is love and how do we navigate it? What influences our …
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In this episode my guest is Lee Davy. The conversation started off around the definition of the definition of breathwork, as well as the how and why to do it. Then, the conversation went deep into what we believe is the true meaning of freedom. Are we free? If, not what are the mindsets, principles and practices that can liberate us physically, emo…
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There’s more information and awareness today about neurodivergence than at any other time in history. While that decreases the stigma around being different and increases the resources available post-diagnosis, there’s still quite a bit of confusion, misinformation, and social misconceptions about people whose brains work a bit differently. While w…
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We have all had situations where we wanted something and went for it. Far more often than not, there were multiple moments along that journey that felt challenging, perhaps discouraging, even insurmountable. Yet, we persevered and succeeded despite of our doubts and difficulties. Looking back, it's likely that our decision to stay the course helped…
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It's fair to say Tiffanee has a hell of a passion for engaging in meaningful conversations, which is why, when the world as we knew it shut down in 2020, she grabbed the opportunity with both hands to dive into the conversational deep-end and launch her podcast, Roll With the Punches. With the uncertainty of the pandemic, she wanted to invest her t…
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Staying focused and positive in a negative world filled with unproductive distractions is no doubt challenging. Yet, it's critical for our mental, emotional, social and even physical wellbeing. There are tools we can use to change our mindset and cultivate feelings of gratitude, both of which are useful. However, what happens when our positivity ne…
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If you are a trainer, coach or are considering working with one, chances are you’ll find this episode to be packed with value. My guest is a therapist, coach, podcast host and presenter for the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). In my conversation with Angie Miller we discuss what coaching is (and what it’s not), why it works, and how to e…
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The most common advice in dealing with negative people is don't surround yourself with them! Ok, fair enough. But what happens when these are people you can't avoid, like co-workers? Or, what if this is someone you care deeply about, like a close friend or family member? Can we have a positive influence on them? Should we even try? And if so, how d…
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Who are you, really? Most of us think we know ourselves fairly well. Yet, many of us can’t help but feel something is missing. Despite spending months, years, and even decades on our own personal development we find ourselves somewhat stuck. In his book “Awaken to Your True Self”, author Andrew Daniel offers us a different view on transformation, e…
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Having a growth mindset is important. It's something we hear all the time. It's something that most of us would agree with. But what exactly is a growth mindset actually? In her book "Mindset: The New Psychology of Success", author Carol Deck explains the difference between a fixed mindset and a growth mindset. She illustrates the meaning and appli…
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It seems like most of us have dysfunctional families in one way or another. However, there's a clear difference between experiencing challenges in our childhood, or growing up in an idiosyncratic family environment, and suffering serious trauma at the hands of people who have hurt you. What's even worse in when the people who have wounded you the d…
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If you want to succeed, get rid of all your friends. The truly successful person values his or her own company and needs no one but themselves. Average people, especially your friends will only hold you back with their disloyalty and mediocrity. In this episode Tiff and I explore this topic, along with other insane bullshit advocated in certain sel…
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Resilience. We all want more of it. We've all likely run low on stat times throughout these past couple of years. And we're being told to develop it from each and every angle. In this episode Tiff and I have a conversation around what we consider to be the facts and fallacies when it comes to resilience. We talk about trauma, healing, memories, for…
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As far as Tiffanee is concerned, that would be an emphatic yes on the chocolate. In this episode we banter (surprise) around our own personal experiences with intermittent fasting, and the benefits of making micro changes in our behaviors. We also talk about about forcing creativity, productivity and change vs. allowing it to happen. Is there a dif…
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This week we are back with part 2 of our discussion on Bronnie Ware's beautiful book "The Top 5 Regrets of the Dying", which are: I wish I'd had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me. I wish I hadn't worked so hard. I wish I'd had the courage to express my feelings. I wish I had stayed in touch with my friend…
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This episode challenges the notion of "no regrets." On the one hand, ruminating over our regrets or even being defined by them can deplete the joy from our lives, leaving us stuck. On the other hand however, our regrets give us insight into our values. Regrets are important as they give us clarity about who and what matters most. Me Tiff dive into …
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Visualization is a highly popular topic amongst self-help gurus and athletic coaches alike. But does it really work? If so, how? Are all forms of visualization equal? Me and Tiff will unpack this and more in this episode. I was under the weather during this episode, so I was recording from my new empty apartment, rather than the studio. Apologies f…
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What happens when our beliefs have such a strong hold on us that we are not even open to questioning them, not to mention changing them, despite evidence to the contrary? Worse, we remain steadfast in our beliefs even when they serve no benefit and even do us harm. For example the belief that "hard work" is the single key to success resulting in ha…
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