I said it. Maybe it's heresy. Maybe it's time you start listening to your own God and stop listening to everyone else's. When you seek authenticity and steer yourself down a path of centering yourself, then you will see the true face of God. You.
Are you living for purpose or for pleasure? You can't just screw around and think your purpose will fall into your lap. You have to work for it. When you're living a life purely for pleasure, you put your purpose on loan. But when you live for purpose you realize the path to success is paved with pleasure along the way.
How much is too much to take? Sometimes life can feel so heavy all we want to do is quit. But oftentimes admitting defeat is the very thing that may save us. You don't get to the dawn unless you endure the darkness. We may not always be able to see life's hardships coming, but we can always have a plan for how to respond. Success is not easy or guaranteed. And if you want it, it's up to you. It's okay to hurt. But don't let your hurt convince you happiness does not exist. (This will be The...
Actor Larry Hankin joins me for this bonus episode of the Motivation Report before its hiatus. We talk about his VERY long career, projects like Home Alone, Escape from Alcatraz, Breaking Bad, and Seinfeld. Plus, he's got a one man show "Street Stories" playing in LA now! The show's hiatus will resume after this and return in June. Be sure to catch up on past episode, rate and review the show on Apple podcasts, and share it with a friend.
I sit down with board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Elliot Hirsch and his patient Onika to discuss her process of transitioning. Learn the importance these doctors play in helping Transgender patients become who they were meant to be.
They call America the "World's Greatest Superpower". So why aren't we acting like it? We're too interested in our possessions, specifically our guns, to keep kids safe. What's it going to take to change hearts and minds of those who need to own a weapon to inform themselves of their worth and power?
Being a gentleman is about being respectful. When you respect you treat other people, especially women, as human beings and not objects. Let's learn to further the narrative about sex, consent, and what it means to truly be a gentleman amidst those things in 2018.
Evo Health and Wellness founder and Master of Marriage and Family Therapy Koorosh Rassekh joins me to change the conversation on what addiction means. Rather than seek to treat the symptoms and the substances themselves, let's re-write our scripts to help make us stronger in the present.
Tree House Recovery founder Justin McMillen and I discuss finding a sustainable path to addiction recovery. How can you heal yourself through the mind/body connection versus more pills? Learn to heal through finding yourself, not through finding more addictions.
I sit down with the "rebel Rabbi" Mark Borovitz to discuss his history working for the mob, finding himself and God, and his important work to help addicts. To donate to the Beit Tshuvah visit beittshuvah.org.
I sit down to discuss women's heart health with leading cardiologist and heart transplant specialist at Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Dr. Ernst R. Von Schwarz. Make sure you're equipped to spot problems before they happen and learn how best to take care of your ticker to prolong your life.
The Salem Witch trials, much like the Witch trials across the globe, were a horrifying time in history. And despite the fact that we no longer accuse, torture, and put to death women for witchcraft why are we still treating them as "other than" and refusing to embrace egalitarianism? Feminism isn't about a rejection of men, it is about equality across the board.
Character actor Brandon Hardesty and I talk about his career in Hollywood, getting started as an OG YouTube sensation, his documentary series "No Small Parts", and how to persevere in the entertainment industry.
After the tragedy in Las Vegas, despite the national conversation turning to arguments and finger pointing, what can our gut reaction be? Feel every emotion you need to feel, but perhaps if we start from a place of love we truly can stop the hate.