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Jay Feldman on Your Metabolism and How to Be Healthy

By Fallball39 | August 28, 2018

Jay Feldman (@jfwellness) is an independent researcher on the fields of health and alternative means of achieving health. On Jay Feldman wellness, Jay helps show alternative methods for true health using a bio-energetic viewpoint. In this podcast, we dive into health, metabolism, how cells work and process energy, and so much more. Listen to the podcast…


The Fundamental Flaws of Our School System: Part 1

By Fallball39 | August 21, 2018

I wanted to a take a bit of break from guests on today’s podcast and really just highlight something I am incredibly passionate about. Our school system and how education works. It isn’t set up the way that we are taught in school (ironically) but was fashioned together to produce mindless, monotonous workers, and there…


Anthony Ongaro on Minimalism and Breaking the Twitch

By Fallball39 | August 17, 2018

Anthony Ongaro (@breakthetwitch) is a filmmaker, minimalist, and voice in the movement of doing better with less. Anthony’s book has helped thousands learn to reduce the twitch that our modern world brings us and return to the conscious, intentional living. My favorite part of this interview is our quick chat about Multipotentialites, of which Anthony…


Waking Up to a Napping World (How To Get Woke)

By Fallball39 | August 15, 2018

There’s a reason I chose napping instead of sleeping, in the title.

Something I think we all should explore…

It’s the idea that many of us are unconscious and napping, but not asleep, in some period of our lives characterized by a passive disregard.


Drew Davis on Marketing, Storytelling, and Branding Towns

By Fallball39 | August 14, 2018

Drew Davis (@drewdavishere) is an international bestseller, a keynote speaker, former member of the Muppets team, and an expert marketer.


Dr. Jerry Epstein on Why We Are Not Meant To Die and Visualization

By Fallball39 | August 9, 2018

Dr. Jerry Epstein (Jerry Epstein) is a researcher and pioneer in the visualization sciences, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Mt. Sinai Medical Center and taught at Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons, and author of many different books. In his newest book, We Are Not Meant To Die; Jerry reveals how we have two…


Andy Earle on Talking to Teens and Parenting

By Fallball39 | August 7, 2018

Andy Earle (@talkingtoteensofficial) is a researcher at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, where he studies adolescent risk behavior and the role of parents in helping teens thrive. Andy is the founder of Talking to Teens and a publisher/speaker on how to parent effectively and talk to teens appropriately. In this episode, we break down how…


Alex Hutchinson on Endure, Mindset, and The Process

By Fallball39 | July 31, 2018

Alex Hutchinson (Sweatscience) is the author of “Endure” and “What Comes First? Cardio or Weights” After spending the majority of his life running and being a physicist, Alex at 28 joined the realm of Journalism. Endure is his work for the past ten years on how the mind and body can endure amazing feats. This…


Ryan Munsey on F*ck Your Feelings and Being a Better Human

By Fallball39 | July 26, 2018

Ryan Munsey (@ryanmunsey_) is the host and founder of the Better Human Project, author of F*ck Your Feelings, and all around badass. In this podcast, we dive into why feelings can be astray, how a better human should function, and what it means to focus on others instead of just yourself. Without further ado, let’s…


Toby Dattolo On Following Your Gut and What is True

By Fallball39 | July 24, 2018

Toby Dattolo (@tobydatt0lo) is someone who chases their way and follows that gut intuition regardless of what common consensus is telling him. He’s currently a student of chiropractic medicine, and Onnit Coach, and certified in just about every fitness area there is. On he helps clients start living their best life. Without further ado, enjoy…