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Dr. Trevor Kashey can teach any intelligent person how to apply the scientific method so that they can be rational and constructive with themselves, other people, and the lives they lead. For over 15 years now, Dr. Trevor Kashey helps people just like you transform their minds, bodies, and lives - guiding them to feel good, and look great... by thinking straighter! Dr. Kashey's community regularly produces life-changing transformations resulting in 8 figure businesses, gold medals, and metri ...
 
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Taking a Philosophical Approach to Health, Fitness and Life - Dr. Trevor Kashey Join us for our 14th episode of the new season of our Podcast Becoming. In this week's episode, we talk with Dr. Trevor Kashey. Dr. Kashey is a Biochemist, the Founder of TKN Nutrition and someone who challenges traditional thinking to its very core. Dr. Kashey has a lo…
 
In this episode, Dr. Kashey discusses the difference between doing things not to die and doing things to live genuinely and fully. Kashey shares the story of Linda, one of his clients who struggled significantly with her negative thoughts. When she became a client, she started working on the SRO model. The S stands for "stimulus," or the things tha…
 
Dr. Kashey continues his discussion of fault and blame in a practical light. He explains his belief that the far left and the far right are both partly correct but fully stupid - the far left being someone who relinquishes all responsibility for anyone’s fortune or misfortune, and the far right being someone who forces too much responsibility and w…
 
Thanks to a previous episode with Dr. Kashey when we learned how to apply helpful negativity, Dr. Kashey now gives a deeper look into the response aspect of the stimulus-response model. We do not have control over everything, but we do have control over our response. Applying helpful negativity helps us efficiently control our emotions, thoughts, a…
 
Dr. Kashey offers insight into self-sabotaging eating behaviors. He shares the first step to resolving it, how to discriminate between helpful and harmful negativity, and how to use negativity in a rational and constructive way. Becoming aware of your self-sabotaging behaviors involves understanding the influence of three modifiable internal factor…
 
Resuming his mini series about scientific thinking, Dr. Kashey now digs into the characteristics of scientific-mindedness and how to use it to “check yourself before you wreck yourself.” Traits of scientific thinking include observing observations, organizing and modifying the facts of your life, and proving some ideas and opinions to be false. It …
 
While negativity can be destructive, it can also be relatively constructive even for a self-deprecating pessimist, Dr. Kashey says. There is a difference between preferences and demands; the former creates helpful pressure, the latter creates harmful pressure. Demanding too much of yourself can lead to anxiety and depression, which will in turn pus…
 
Dr. Kashey puts on his scientific minded thinking cap and answers the age-old question of “How does what you believe influence the way you process your thoughts, thereby dictating how you act?” He compares rigid versus flexible beliefs, scientific versus dogmatic, rational versus impulsive, and constructive versus destructive outcomes. In order to …
 
How This 13 Year Old is Taking Over the NFT Space | Teresa Melvin Join us for our 13th episode of the new season of our Podcast Becoming. In this week's episode, we talk with Teresa Melvin - a 13-year-old NFT Artist who is making a name for herself in the NFT space. Although only thirteen, Teresa has been a speaker at NFT NYC, Miami NFT Week, and h…
 
After a quick review of a dogmatic system versus a scientific system, Dr. Kashey shows how scientific thinking has a rightful and helpful place in our daily lives. It has an impact in the real world and can aid us in comprehending contradictions in the context of self-respect. Although scientific thinking hinges on facts and logic, this does not eq…
 
At the start of a mini-series covering the comparison of thinking dogmatically versus thinking scientifically, Dr. Kashey gives us a good overview of the differences between the two, as well as how they can impact our emotions. Dogmatic thinking has a relatively arbitrary and rigid nature. On the other hand, scientific thinking is thorough, accurat…
 
Sometimes our search for answers can reveal more problems instead of answers. Dr. Kashey teaches us how to stop this problematic spiral and redirect our focus so that we can find answers. While finding the root of the problem seems to be widely accepted advice, Dr. Kashey argues that digging into the past may actually hinder us from facing the prob…
 
Following a controversial episode about the belief that self-esteem is a potent cognitive poison, Dr. Kashey now reveals the cure: respect. While self-esteem ties a person’s worth to the outcome of their actions, self-respect does not depend on outcomes or expectations set by oneself or others. Taking risks is an essential part of life; therefore, …
 
Dr. Kashey shares his conceivably unpopular opinion that self-esteem is a poison worse than hate. If you disagree, don’t go anywhere just yet, because you must know by now that Dr. Kashey does a thorough job of digging deeper and explaining how he came to this conclusion. Self-esteem can lead us to judge ourselves and our value by our own expectati…
 
From the Red Carpet to Starting Your Own PR Company Join us for our 12th episode of the new season of our Podcast Becoming. In this week's episode, we talk with Mary Beth Sales Howell, an expert in PR and Marketing. Mary Beth has an incredible story that revolves around the mindset of believing in yourself and making things happen. We hope you enjo…
 
Following multiple episodes of discussing Dr. Kashey’s Constructive Eater’s Hierarchy, it’s finally time to explore the “tippy top” - Novelty. Dr. Kashey defines food novelty as “the use of food as an instrument to improve your subjective well-being beyond the scope of your nutritional status." In light of the hierarchy, novelty sits atop getting e…
 
Dr. Kashey believes that increasing your food’s variety can help push your food satisfaction and contentment up while keeping your cravings and eating impulses low. More options also improve the likelihood of eating the right things while simultaneously decreasing the risks associated with eating the wrong things. After all, too much of one thing i…
 
The Importance Of Kindness Join us for our 11th episode of the new season of our Podcast Becoming. In this week's episode, we talk about the importance of kindness along with some other topics that revolve around doing so. Listen on all platforms: https://li.sten.to/becoming Connect With Us on Social Media! ➥Follow Kosta on IG: https://www.instagra…
 
So you’re familiar with the notion of constructive eating—what’s next? In this episode, Dr. Kashey goes over how to put together meals, logistical versus nutritive balance, and the importance of how you eat (and how donuts can actually be a legit part of your constructive eating hierarchy).By Dr. Trevor Kashey
 
Dr. Kashey believes that utilizing structured patterns for when to eat your meals is a surefire way to combat overeating and unnecessary craving, which is the second most important step in Dr. Kashey’s Hierarchy of Constructive Eating. While this is the proper path to growing your eating competence, Dr. Kashey acknowledges that sticking to this con…
 
How To Build A Strong NFT Community Join us for our 10th episode of the new season of our Podcast Becoming. In this week's episode, we talk with James Turner, the Chief Community Officer for our project, The Billionaire Lynx Club. If you're thinking of starting an NFT project or want to learn more about what it takes to build a strong community, th…
 
“Consistency is key.” We read those words on bumper stickers and on motivational posters in our office cubicles. But consistency is an outcome, not a way to achieve a goal. In this episode, Dr. Kashey explains how this trite expression is actually damaging our ability to improve ourselves, and how persistent action is truly the key to solving probl…
 
Creating An NFT Collection with NO CODE Join us for our 9th episode of the new season of our Podcast Becoming. In this week's episode, we talk with Ihor Bodnarchuk the creator of ZeroCodeNFT. ZeroCodeNFT is a platform where you can drop Your NFT Collection With ZERO Coding Skills. You can choose from multiple blockchains including Ethereum, Polygon…
 
Everything You Need To Know About DAOs with Katya Pranitskaya of SuperDAO Join us for our 8th episode of the new season of our Podcast Becoming. In this week's episode, we talk with Katya Pranitskaya the Head of Product for SuperDao. Superdao is an all-in-one DAO platform that makes it easy to start and operate decentralized autonomous organization…
 
What does it mean to be a constructive eater? Do calorie calculators and metabolic wards actually help you determine the right number of calories for your body? In this episode, Dr. Trevor Kashey discusses his method for helping people learn what enough food feels like for them on their way to developing permission, discipline, resilience building,…
 
Onboarding Billions Into Web 3.0 and the Metaverse - Tiago Amaral and Kayna Oliveira of Inevitable Join us for our 7th episode of the new season of our Podcast Becoming. In this week's episode, we talk with Tiago Amaral and Kayna Oliveira the founders of Inevitable. Inevitable is a platform with the mission to onboard billions of people into Web 3.…
 
In this episode, Dr. Kashey addresses the most common questions he receives, such as “What’s the best way to start a diet? How do I lose weight? What do I eat?” The world of dieting can feel overwhelming and full of conflicting information, but the good Dr. Kashey and his “Hierarchy Of Constructive Eating” are here to help. By sharing some importan…
 
Becoming The Director Of Product Marketing Platform of Mythical Games with Jon Nelson Join us for our 6th episode of the new season of our Podcast Becoming. In this week's episode, we talk with Jon Nelson, the director of product marketing platform for Mythical Games. Jon has had quite the career from managing bands, starting a record label to in r…
 
While we technically could “eat better,” Dr. Kashey wants to give credit where it’s due - to you! If you have made it this far, then you’re doing well. Since most of us have a good idea of what to eat, Dr. Kashey instead discusses how to eat in this episode. Rather than impulsive, chaotic, rebellious, and otherwise amateur eating, he teaches us how…
 
Restraint versus discipline. What’s the difference? Dr. Kashey explains restraint as the mind and body working against each other, while discipline is the mind and body working with each other. Restraining what you eat requires a lot of focus on exactly what to eat, but takes away the joy of actually enjoying your food. Prolonged restraint can also…
 
Becoming Eco-Friendly Through NFTs with Kevin Lawson of Purple Penguins Join us for our 5th episode of the new season of our Podcast Becoming. In this week's episode, we talk with Kevin Lawson the Founder of Purple Penguin Purple Penguin is on a mission to save the planet through NFTs and cryptocurrency. "We’re on a mission to aid climate conservat…
 
Becoming An NFT Artist and The Leader Character Designer of Archer with Sam Ellis. In this week's episode, we talk with Sam Ellis. Sam is a versatile artist who has worked on projects such as Adventure Time, Archer, and many more. He is currently is the head of product development of Curio, a leading marketplace for digital collectibles in art and …
 
In a continuation of Dr. Kashey’s series on “how and why the brain is wired to be lazy, oversimplify, and what you can do about it,” he now discusses the subject of outcome bias. Outcome bias is when someone judges the validity of a decision or person based on the outcome rather than judging the validity of the decision itself and the reason, logic…
 
Are you struggling with productivity? Unable to focus? Have you been trying to solve the problem with block schedules and task lists? Dr. Trevor Kashey details the error in this thinking and delves into the reasons behind our attention deficit and underperformance. Join him as he helps you disrupt the loop of stimulation and boredom and allocate yo…
 
Becoming an NFT Investor with Mina Salib Join us for our 3rd episode of the new season of our Podcast Becoming. In this week's episode, we talk with Mina Salib. Mina is the head of Growth and Operations at Curio, Curio is an NFT marketplace focused on co-creating & launching NFTs with traditional IP holders such as Hollywood studios, graphic novels…
 
Becoming a Pioneer in the NFT Space with Travis Wright of The Bad Crypto Podcast Join us for our 2nd episode of the new season of our Podcast Becoming. In this week's episode, we talk with Travis Wright. Travis is a top marketing technologist, author, keynote speaker, blockchain advisor, tech journalist, and podcast host. He is the former global di…
 
Dr. Kashey believes that mentorship is the most collaborative platonic relationship you will ever have. A mentor doesn’t only teach you what to think, but also how to think and why you are thinking it. Studies show that when the mentor/protege relationship clicks, the protege has 200% to 400% greater levels of achievement. Through modeling, collabo…
 
“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger!” Dr. Kashey closely scrutinizes this phrase and observes how it affects people. The damaging, perfectionistic standards that this romanticized saying sets can lead to someone feeling guilt and shame. While challenging experiences do strengthen our resilience response, it wouldn’t make sense to invite pain,…
 
Becoming a Sell Out NFT Project with Chef Dizzy of Junkyard Dogs Join us for our 1st episode in the new season of our Podcast Becoming. For those who were original listeners of Live, Laugh, Love Real Estate, we have decided to rebrand and change our name to Becoming! Our goal with the show is to help YOU become the best version of yourself with eve…
 
Dr. Kashey believes that acting assertively is essential for getting what you need while maintaining a synchronous relationship with your environment and the people in it. Feeling guilty or selfish for needing something and being worried about another person’s response once you get what you need are the major roadblocks to being assertive. Dr. Kash…
 
Dr. Kashey understands that decision-making can be an intense endeavor. To make it easier on us, he shares the top three decision-making traps and how not to fall for them. There should be a balance between risk and reward when making a decision; Dr. Kashey will warn against the harm of leaning too far in either direction. Being afraid of making th…
 
Dr. Kashey deconstructs resilience. Upon studying someone displaying resilience through a tough situation, you may wonder if they were born that way or if it is a learned skill. Good news for everyone - resilience can be taught, practiced, and therefore strengthened! Anything from everyday common inconveniences to real-world traumatic experiences w…
 
Launching an NFT Project + Escaping the 9-5 Trap! Join us for our 25th episode of Live, Laugh, Love Real Estate. In this week's episode, we talk all about the idea behind our NFT project, finding a need in the market and building a business around it, and then how to escape the 9-5 trap. Connect With us on Social Media! ➥Follow Kosta on IG: https:/…
 
How to graciously and constructively give and receive criticism... In this episode, Dr. Kashey will share the woes of being flattened by a bully versus the joy of being uplifted by a wise mentor. While both parties offer criticism, the way in which it is delivered determines how we feel and receive the criticism. Dr. Kashey has wisdom to share conc…
 
Building a Personal Brand, NFTs & Boston Real Estate Update! Join us for our 24th episode of Live, Laugh, Love Real Estate. In this week's episode, we talk all about building a personal brand, NFTs, and our upcoming project, what makes Elon Musk successful, and give an update on the Boston real estate market. Connect With us on Social Media! ➥Follo…
 
Dr. Kashey speaks to desk jockeys or anyone else that has a typical 9-5 workday. Although it can seem like work takes up the entire day, Dr. Kashey proposes that there is still a whole other day’s worth of time after work. This time should be filled with meaningful hobbies and other skill-building activities that enrich your life. In turn, your job…
 
Procrastination: the 3-headed monster. Anxiety, boredom, and rebellion are the three main causes of procrastination, according to Dr. Kashey. He explains that there are many different types of “procrastinalities,” such as perfectionists, grand architects, worrywarts, contrarians, doormats, and others. Each procrastinality type has at least this one…
 
Join us for our 23rd episode of Live, Laugh, Love Real Estate. In this week's episode, we have on David McCarthy. David is the operating partner at Keller Williams Boston-Metro. In this episode, we talk about iBuying, the future of brokerages, and why Keller Williams has had so much success as a brokerage. This is an episode you're not going to wan…
 
In this episode, Dr. Kashey dives into time management - an area of life in which most people agree they can improve upon. Time management skills are essential for a successful diet and nutrition goals, and problems with time management require a specific approach to solving. Anxiety, boredom, and rebellion are revealed as the three main culprits o…
 
Join us for our 22nd episode of Live, Laugh, Love Real Estate. In this week‘s episode, we have on Matt Lionetti. Matt is a Toronto-based real estate agent that has built quite the following on social media. His comedic videos have earned him millions of views and has had a profound impact on the success of his business. This is an episode you‘re no…
 
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