Why Ignorance is NOT Bliss

Today I’m here to talk about a topic that came out of a client session I had about a year ago. In this session, my client was really struggling about what to do next. He was faced with the knowledge that as he continued doing the work he needed to do, he further understood the gap in his knowledge. Think of the Aristotle quote: “The more you know, the more you know you don’t know.”

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Isolation Vs. Connection

Buckle up because we’ve got a serious topic to cover today. Today we’ll be talking all about this concept of connection vs. isolation. They’re these two different sides to this battle we fight in how we deal with our problems, how we treat others, and what our relationships end up being like.

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Travel Can Change Your Reality

Today we’re talking all about travel! Sophie and I just recently came back from a really long family vacation to Israel, which we do once a year, every year. What was unique about this trip, though, was that it was actually the longest trip we’ve ever taken together as a family! And it was completely amazing.

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Changing Our Perspective Of Masculinity

Today I want to speak with you all about masculinity, what we’re calling ‘toxic masculinity,’ and what it means to be a man in the world today.

If we want masculinity and toxic masculinity to change, we have to change the way we interact with one another, as well as play the role that wasn’t played for us earlier on in life. We have to be the change we want to see in the world.

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Redefining Life After Recovery with JuJu Hook

Today you’re going to hear from Juju Hook who I worked with about 2 years ago. Juju was a heavy drinker who had partied and drank since her college years and struggled with it on and off. She came to me like many people show up: just really struggling with their drinking and being at a loss with where to begin. She had tried everything else and nothing really worked — I was the last attempt.

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