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The Feel Good Effect is a wellness podcast with a mission to unpack what it really mean to be healthy, with conversations and solo episodes themed around an effective, gentle approach. Hosted by Robyn Conley Downs, founder of mission-driven media and education brand, Real Food Whole Life, the show is about leaning out of wellness as another set of impossible standards, and leaning into self-trust, powerful mindset shifts, and radically simple strategies & habits that really work.
 
Achieve Your Goals with Hal Elrod is a weekly podcast dedicated to empowering and equipping you with practical advice and strategies to achieve your goals and dreams. If you are looking for help with achieving your goals in any (or EVERY) area of your life, Hal will give you the inspiration, motivation, and action plan to take yourself and your life to the next level. Subscribe to the podcast and get a new episode every Wednesday.
 
Finally! The show that makes healthy living not suck! So you’ll actually want to do it. And so then you’ll actually start feeling, looking and living your best. Expect two exciting types of shows. One: a light-hearted conversation with a pro who takes the HELL out of HEALTHY (be it with a smoothie, acupuncture needles, or a non-judgy style of yoga). Two: me venting or answering your questions (which you can submit on partyinmyplants.com/answermyq)! With episodes about plant-based eating, eas ...
 
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How does one go from completely lacking confidence and not using their voice to being able to effectively inspire, lead, and influence others? How do you get over your fear of saying the wrong thing, or feeling unqualified? And how do you transform yourself, become fearless, and help others change their lives for the better? Here to help me answer …
 
What if you could make the important things in your life feel effortless? That’s exactly what we’re talking about today. Greg McKeown, New York Times bestselling author, is joining us to talk about the powerful idea of essentialism (or the disciplined pursuit of less). Listen in as he shares how to make the things that matter most easier. Plus how …
 
Today we’re answering the following questions, together: Do goals still matter, or should we just focus on being in the moment and enjoying our lives? Or can we do both? And if goals do matter, is there any part of the process of achieving a goal that is more important for us to focus on than the goal itself? And if there is a part of the process o…
 
Who couldn't use more good days? A lot of us find ourselves struggling just a little bit right now & I feel like this episode with Jessica Murnane is here at the perfect time. Jessica & I both have endometriosis (which affects 1 in 10 women). We talk about what it’s like to live with a chronic health condition, but the tools we share are for anyone…
 
While there's no way to prepare for being a parent without actually becoming a parent, you can prepare financially for the experience. Chelsea Brennan shares some tips on how to do this, and what kind of difficult conversations you need to have with your spouse and family as part of the process. After a successful career as an equity analyst and he…
 
Okay, so I’m going to start by warning you that today’s podcast episode (and this email) might be a little more “woo-woo” than you’re used to from me. :^) I recorded today’s episode a few days ago, directly after I experienced one of the best Miracle Mornings of my life. I went deeper into meditation than I usually do, opening myself up to a messag…
 
Ready to feel inspired again? I’ve always wanted to talk to Morgan Harper Nichols, she's one of the greatest poets & artists on the planet. She's giving us a look behind her creative process & the tactical ways she seeks inspiration in her life. Morgan's tips are things we can all use (even if we aren’t artists or don’t think of ourselves as creati…
 
Jesse chats with productivity master Jeff Sanders, host of the 5AM Miracle podcast. As the title of his podcast suggests, Jeff loves to wake up early, but he doesn't necessarily think you should. Instead, Jeff focuses on setting clear boundaries around your work time, family time, and personal development time (especially physical fitness). Especia…
 
In today's money story, Jesse chats with Erika, a 32 year old married woman who found herself struggling in the deep end of credit card debt. Until YNAB, Erika always managed her money with her bank statements -- if there was enough for her current outflows, good! There wasn't much of a plan or cushion for surprises, however. Shortly after getting …
 
Today’s podcast episode is a blend of relevant wisdom and helpful resources that will (hopefully) add significant value to your world. I’m sharing some of my most recent insights and breakthroughs (aka wisdom) as well as some of the tools, resources, songs, movies, and books that are significantly enhancing my life right now. My intention with toda…
 
We all wanna be able to remember the things that matter. But thinking about memory & what happens as we age can feel like a lot. Lisa Genova, acclaimed author & Harvard-trained neuroscientist, is here to share simple ways to actionably improve our memory. Including how to let go of the stress around it & which things might not be that big of a deal…
 
Jesse chats with author Mary Marantz about her book Dirt, the story of her life journey growing up in poor, rural West Virginia to eventually attending Yale Law. Mary grew up with a strong, hard working father who instilled in her a vigorous work ethic and a love for her hometown. However, her working class roots cast a shadow of doubt over how hig…
 
Today’s guest has touched the hearts and minds of millions of people worldwide, helping them to upgrade their lives with his teachings of self-mastery, radical self-acceptance, and inspired action. I’m referring to my good friend, and one of the most enlightened individuals I’ve ever met, Jesse Elder. Jesse is a speaker, mentor, entrepreneur, and a…
 
Is gratitude something we feel or something we do? Writer, Gina Hamadey, is helping us turn the idea of gratitude into an actual everyday habit. She’s taking us behind-the-scenes of her gratitude project (and now book) about the year she wrote 365 thank you notes. Her story will change the way you think about gratitude & how you implement it in you…
 
Jesse chats with Laura Vanderkam and Sarah Hart-Unger, two time management experts and the hosts of the Best of Both Worlds Podcast, a show all about balancing busy lives and careers. Sarah is a pediatric endocrinologist while Laura is a writer (and author of I Know How She Does It), and both of them are also busy mothers. While they approach the c…
 
Whether it's because of changing careers, preparing for a child, or some other life event, you and your partner may need to downsize from two incomes to one. This has a major impact to your budget! But, with some planning, you can make a smooth transition. The easiest way, Jesse says, is to live on a single income before actually losing the second …
 
How do you define happiness? And what if you had the power to be genuinely happy, all the time, no matter what was going on in your life? We’ve been conditioned to believe that happiness is something to be attained through achievement, success, and validation from others. Oftentimes, we make the mistake of treating happiness like it’s some sort of …
 
Ready to get good with money? I’ve actually never had a financial expert on the show! That industry can feel really intense & hustle-based. But today’s guest, Tiffany Aliche (aka The Budgetnista) is the exact opposite of all of that. She’s an award-winning educator & best-selling author, creating a safe & shame-free space to learn. Her proven tacti…
 
New York Times columnist and bestselling author Ron Lieber joins the podcast for a frank discussion about the ever rising cost of college and whether it's even a good idea for young people today. Evaluating the true cost of college, as it turns out, is essentially a budgeting exercise. There's the sticker price for tuition and room and board, but t…
 
Buying a house is a stressful experience, especially in the current market where low supply and high demand have pushed prices up and up. Naturally, house shoppers worry about overpaying for a house, or whether they've overpaid for a house they've already bought. We'd all like to perfectly time the market and buy at the lowest possible point, but i…
 
Have you ever thought about writing a book? Have you considered the impact that writing a book can make on your life and your financial security? Did you know that you can literally write and publish a book in as little as 90 days? Personally, I can tell you that writing and self-publishing my book The Miracle Morning is one of the best decisions I…
 
How does your closet make you feel? Honestly, trying to get dressed in the morning these days is not my favorite thing. It can feel like a decision fatigue landmine. That’s why I was so excited to talk to our guest, Ashlee Gadd - wife, mom, writer, and the founder of “Coffee & Crumbs”. She’s sharing how to simplify getting dressed and create a caps…
 
What does budgeting have to do with nutrition? A lot, actually, explains Kali Langevin, a nutritionist and Registered Dietitian who has spent 16 years working with athletes in United States Soccer Federation. Kali is also a long time YNAB user, and joins the podcast to explain how the Four Rules can be applied to nutrition. Much like Jesse encourag…
 
This week's Money Story comes from the vivacious Diania Merriam, founder of the EconoMe Conference which brings together speakers in the FIRE movement (Financial Independence, Retire Early). After finding herself working for a decent salary in NYC but falling deeper into debt, Diania decided to pull her head out of the financial sand and figure out…
 
Do you struggle with your visualization practice? I know I do - it’s the least strong of my S.A.V.E.R.S. and something I’m always looking to better understand, enhance, and otherwise improve. This is why today’s episode is guest hosted by my good friend, Chip Franks. In addition to being an incredible author, stroke survivor, father, and husband, C…
 
Let’s get into all things gut health! Gut healthy habits is just not a concept we see covered very often. And in my opinion, when it is covered it’s usually through a very all-or-nothing or diet culture lens. Phoebe Lapine, food & health writer, is joining us for this conversation to help cut through the clutter. Beyond being a great resource for t…
 
Jesse chats with Geoff Woods, President of ProduKtive, the training company behind the bestselling book The ONE Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan. After leaving a high-stress and ultimately unfulfilling job in medical device sales, Geoff set out to surround himself with successful mentors. Eventually Geoff found Gary Keller and Jay Papasan, and …
 
Jesse attempts to give some advice on purchasing a car... before admitting that he has no advice to give! Well, maybe a bit of advice. Jesse reminds us that optimizing your budget involves optimizing for YOUR needs and wants. Jesse chooses to lease a Tesla to drive around in, because he wanted to have as little headaches with car maintenance as pos…
 
Ever since I finished writing my last book (The Miracle Equation), I’ve been actively learning and evolving in an attempt to figure out one thing: how can I best contribute to humanity? In other words, what do all of us need that I might be able to help people experience? Through daily meditation and prayer, engaging with your community, and consis…
 
I don’t know about you, but my work-life boundaries have blurred quite a bit in the past year. Maybe you’re craving a little refresh and reset for yours too. We’re getting into all things boundary-setting with Nedra Tawwab - licensed therapist and sought-after relationship expert. Her philosophy is that a lack of boundaries & assertiveness underlie…
 
Bestselling author Ian Morgan Cron introduces the Enneagram, a personality typing system which identifies nine different personality types, their motivations, strengths, and weaknesses. As Ian explains, understanding your enneagram can help you better understand your motivations for why you want to do the things you do, which has direct implication…
 
A few weeks ago, John Lee Dumas and I had a conversation about his new book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success: A Roadmap to Financial Freedom and Fulfillment, and we’ve both been blown away by the response. I got a huge number of comments, emails, and responses, and John got more emails after our podcast than any other he’s ever recorded. One of…
 
What does home cooking feel like for you these days? I can’t think of anyone better to help us reclaim some joy and ease in the kitchen than best-selling author, Julia Turshen. I have all her books & have been such a fan for years. Her belief that “part of the definition of healthy eating is feeling connected” is something I feel like we can all re…
 
Robert Leonard has been a uniquely driven person since a young age. Eyeing the professional ranks of motocross at age 14 (the minimum age to turn pro was 16), he competed all over the country. When his father discouraged his going pro, Robert started working various jobs and reading about investing. By the time he graduated college, he had already …
 
Sita Thomas is a woman of many talents, and many careers, having worked jobs ranging from massage therapy to data analytics. She has been using YNAB for over 8 years to help her reach her goals, including going back to school and making a career change, taking time off work to care for a terminally ill family member, and removing the day to day str…
 
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