Dr Isaac Jones is the health and wellness consultant for entrepreneurs, also Known as the doctor of the future, he is the world’s leading expert in high-performance concierge healthcare and successful entrepreneur and owner of 3 different companies, he is a trusted advisor and high-performance consultant to CEO’s and leading entrepreneurs around the world, he also hosts the Superhuman Entrepreneur Podcast.

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Our next superhuman guest hardly needs an introduction. She is Stephanie Quayle, the nation’s top country music voice who has recently had the honor to sing in front of the five living presidents. Reflecting on life and career, Stephanie generously passes a few pearls of acquired wisdom. When you own your flaws, own the narrative, no one can use it against you’Click To Tweet Find Your Source To navigate the landscape of life and business it is important to have a ground, a base out of which to operate. For Stephanie it is health. She is, admittedly, freakishly on point about her nutrition and exercise. It’s what helps her stay on top of her game, regardless of what life brings next. Receive it Well Speaking of which, life, especially for someone as out there as Stephanie, throws sticks and stones at you from every direction. It is how we react to them that counts. Stress is the number one cause of anxiety and illness, and the best way to eradicate it is not let it affect in the first place. Weigh your reactions right, Stephanie submits, for a more stress-free time on this Earth. It’s connected to a wider philosophy of life. We can’t control the input of info, positive or negative, but we sure can decide how to receive it. Make sure you do what you love. ‘Cus if you love it, it’s gonna work @StephanieQuayleClick To Tweet Protect Yourself We always hear about happiness, but rarely praise joy. For Stephanie, happiness exists in relation to joy. While happiness is free-flowing, shifting, external term, joy is the internal, sustained happiness that doesn’t rely on current emotional states. If nurtured, guarded, joy is an ever-present, your very own no-matter-what feeling of happiness. So protect it, let joy be the source of your being. Challenge it too, surrounding yourself with people from different backgrounds and of different profiles. But, minding your reactions, make sure that joy prevails. Make sure to check out… Stephanie’s Website Stephanies’s Twitter Book – Made Stick Ideas Book – Tipping Point Little Things Book – Leaders Eat Last Together The post Lead the Life of Joy with Stephanie Quayle appeared first on Superhuman Entrepreneur.
Our guest for today is Dani Solorio, founder and CEO of the remarkable Compton Health Bar. Running her unusual, yet highly impactful business, Dani opens up on the nature of diet and healing itself. Lowering your stress even a little bit throughout your day echoes a long way’Click To Tweet Diet is not just another thing on out to-do lists. Whatever we eat, it becomes a part of us. As an activity, it has the potential to either build or break the anxiety cycle. With this idea in mind, Dani created an oasis of stress-free diet haven, the Compton Health Bar, where people can come, relax, eat healthy, and get much needed advice on their nutrition. It’s Simple Dani makes nutrition refreshingly simple. Going to doctor or a nutritionist creates a sort of a compulsory treatment or diet plan. At the bar however, all they do is talk. Conversation is the most powerful tool to reach people. Make them open up to ideas they themselves know of, but never had the encouragement to follow. Simple conversation, simple advice, is all we often need, but sorely lack. Your to-do list is just as important as to-be listClick To Tweet Health Comes from Within Healing knows no doctors. Treatment does, but healing is something that comes from within. To start with, the fatal flaw of humans is that we consider ourselves disjointed from nature, a separate entity. Rather than separate, we are part of it, fully invested in its healing and deteriorating cycle and laws. Reconnecting with nature is the precondition to any healthy life. Dani suggests to start with the basics, eating more greens for instance. The trick is to learn the most natural thing in the world – teach your body heal itself. So very different than state healthcare system; so very similar to treating the cause rather than a wound. Nature of Business Dani’s natural health efforts have a lot to teach us about the nature of business itself. Her unusual bar is situated in Compton, a most unlikely of places for such a place. It is hard to see where income is coming from yet she manages to run a successful business in a difficult place, and help a bunch of folks. ‘Heart and mind in it’ is Dani’s business philosophy. Heart and mind. Make sure to check out… Dani’s Bar Website Dani’s Instagram Book a Consultation Book Recommendation Interview with Seth Bolt The post Dani Solorio: How Being One with Nature Helps Your Business appeared first on Superhuman Entrepreneur.
Our today’s guest is Seth Bolt, an author, builder, and the bass player for NeedToBreathe. Starting his entrepreneurship carrier at 16, his creative output led him to many realizations about business and life. Willing to share them, Seth is here to preach some wisdom on taking a break. Intentionality is superpowerClick To Tweet Success is predicated on work ethics instilled in us at very young age. Still, work ethics means very little if it is not directed, or intended, towards what matters to us. To build something of value means driving your intention towards a goal, your goal. Otherwise, with no intention in place, all you do is wallow in self-indulging busy-ness. To have intentionality stretches far beyond business value. It’s a life value. It’ll make your all you do authentic, make you stand our as who you are. Slow Down We live in the world of constant distraction where it is often challenging to process everything that happens during a day. Seth has a universal solution to the human drama of busy schedule – it’s called take your time.</strong A bass player and a tree house builder in him complement beautifully, seeking retreat in tree houses from all distraction his daily schedule throw at him. Because that’s what nature time is – a retreat. Someone has, with our approval, robbed us of ourselves. We have confused daily tasks for life. It is high time we recognized it, and took back what’s ours. Putting your phones away and pay attention to nature is one way of doing it. This is not escapism; if anything it’s returning to who we really are instead of getting pulled by forces we cannot control.</strong Manage Your Time Well A highly creative person, Seth emphasizes a distinction between creative TM and managerial TM. The two types operate on different schedules. Managers are more day-to-day, hour-to-hour, one task at the time types, while creatives aren’t all that time bound. They have fits of output, not steady flow. This is important to know if you have a creative on your team or are yourself one. Time management is definitely important, but best moments in life come when we lose track of it. Great time management means chunking out some time for rest and recharge. Welcome the Obstacles Journey to the destination is the point, not the destination itself @DrSethBoltClick To Tweet A final piece of wisdom from Seth is not to avoid obstacles. Appreciate them rather, as growth points. Running into an obstacle means running into an opportunity to grow. Living a life or running a business, you will run into challenges either way. The mindset with which you approach them is what counts. And remember, take a long break. Make sure to check out… Seth’s Tree House Rental Website Seth’s Twitter Book – Breaking Out of a Broken System The Majestic Tree House Video Seth’s Book Recommendation The post Take a Break and Recharge with Seth Bolt appeared first on Superhuman Entrepreneur.
Our today’s guest is Matt, the President of BeYoutiful a non-profit cancer support foundation. A self-motivated entrepreneur by admission, he is on a path to create something truly worth our universal admiration. Matt is here to remind us of the often overlooked importance of giving back to the community. Let the nice staff be the by product, not the focusClick To Tweet Create In today’s world it is no longer a guarantee that formal education will get you where you want to be unless you have the right mindset. No diploma will land you a dream job and opportunity today unless you push for it, passionately. Because you are what you create, not what is created for you. Mind Games Setting your mind on a path to success needs to be laden with the right motivation. No matter where you draw it from, the motivation needs to morph into a structure of set goals. Ask yourself what you want to achieve through this particular job. Look beyond the material. Chasing dollars for dollars’ sake will get you to that ‘now what’ moment where everything is empty. Look for that something that makes it worthwhile to get up in the morning. Financial status will inevitably come as the result of hard work directed by the true intrinsic reasons for it. Your own reasons. It’s incredibly important to have mentors that are outside your space because they give you the perspective that maybe you would never have @MatthewCoulterClick To Tweet The Beauty of Giving Back Matt has found his in the giving back space with his non-profit foundation. He has created a platform to actively improve lives of cancer patients and survivors, through active engagement of all who would help locally. Find Your Passion There are things money cannot buy. Passion, for instance, is one. Knowing what you are passionate about to the core, waking and sleeping, sets you on the right path. Giving back keeps you on it. Make sure to check out… Matt’s Twitter BeYoutiful Website The post BeYOUtiful – Beating Cancer Together with Matt Coulter appeared first on Superhuman Entrepreneur.
We have a special guest today, Jay Feldman, a man en route to becoming something big. Combining the final stages of medical school with running a business, he has a lot to teach us about managing our time. Listen in as we hear how Jay in the face of atrocity, managed to find the strength and get back on the right track. Overcoming Challenges Your personality and business self is shaped by many things, especially the horrible or challenging stuff that has happened. Those can really rock hard, but are also the valuable experience resources you can incorporate and gain control of. Jay’s prison time and his parent’s divorce only served to work even harder towards his goal. Hold Yourself Accountable A driven man, Jay is not a down-to-schedule type of guy. Yet, admittedly, you have to become one at least in part to keep all the projects afloat. Still, more important than sticking to schedule is sticking to your word. If you said you’ll do something, you better do it, or else hold yourself accountable. No apps will help you here, donating a failure dollar is hopeless, the accountability thing has to come from your deep inside. Surround yourself with what you need to do and learn how to hold yourself to the things you say you’re gonna doClick To Tweet Clear Your Head Success is not directly measurable by the amount of hard work we put in, but by how efficient we are. One thing Jay learned, he shares, is that for high productivity you need an outlet, an activity that will help you chase off the bad clouds from your brain. It’s gym for him, lifting the ever greater weights to clear his head and mark progress, both physical and mental. His other head-clearing activities include stretching, juice in the morning, volleyball, and travelling. Yes, There’s Time And it’s not true that you don’t have time for this stuff. A medical final year student, a CEO, Jay still do it all by parceling out the time wasted here, rising up 30 minutes earlier there. So yes, there’s always time. Final Pieces of Advice Don’t delay things. There’s no perfect starting point towards your goal. Ask yourself what’s the first move towards it and just do it. Make sure to check out… Jay’s Instagram Book – 4 hour workweek The post Overcoming Challenges with Jay Feldman appeared first on Superhuman Entrepreneur.
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Location
Atlanta, GA, USA
Episode Count
65
Podcast Count
1
Total Airtime
1 day, 16 hours