In this episode with guest Darren Norris we delve into the world of self-care, entrepreneurship, and dig into his vast experiences in law enforcement and SWAT teams. We underline the importance of rigorous training, the fulfillment acquired from imparting life-saving skills, and the significance of investing in oneself for success.
From sharing valuable insights on first aid and rescue training to recounting fascinating encounters in the film industry, this conversation is brimming with a mix of wit, wisdom, and warmth. Tune in and join us on this journey of survival, success, and celebrating the little moments that make life worthwhile.
Are we really doing justice to social justice? In this episode Dr. Scott and I find ourselves treading the tricky terrain of political correctness and social justice warriors, trying to strike a balance and sow understanding. We’re deciphering the evolving rulebook of political correctness, while also reflecting on how empathy can shape more inclusive societies. In this dance of respect and sensitivity, we find ourselves contemplating the trials of raising a new generation in a world that doesn’t always encourage introspective thought.
As we all find ourselves grappling with feelings of anxiety and the role of government in economic health. It’s an exploration of how these challenges touch our lives daily and the reality of personal responsibility in a world where rescue often doesn’t arrive. It’s a tough pill to swallow, but we dive into it, exploring the intricacies and the disappointments, and learning how to navigate this new reality.
Finally, we’re turning the mirror on ourselves, discussing the power of self-love and its role in our relationships. We all hold the keys to our own happiness, and we explore how acceptance can lead to transformative change. We’re pulling back the curtain on the marriages of friends and family, sharing our insights and delving into the challenges that come with balancing relationships. Remember, self-love is an action, not a belief. So join us, let’s journey through these topics together.
How would you even know you were a workaholic or not? You may be experiencing some poor physical symptoms born out of stress, or feeling a ton of anxiety about things. Here are some questions you can ask yourself to see how you’re stacking up.
How do you prepare to be “present” during an event or performance? Well, it’s not easy, but there are ways to get you ready one big one is to train your mind. Overcome fear and performance anxiety with Gene and Aaron as they go over these topics.