Paul Nobles is a CEO, Founder, and host of Eat To Perform Podcast.
This was the result of a poll that I posted on Facebook. What was interesting about it is that everyone got the answer right but didn't always know why. Susan and I broke it down in this episode which ended up super interesting.
I am a big fan of KidStrong and ParentStrong for young families. Megin and Matt asked my to come and talk to their parents about their nutrition but I also brought some tips from when my kids were young. As you can probably tell we are good friends so I think that made the conversation more enjoyable and hopefully fun to listen to for all of you.
This weekend my Brother in Law passed away. The obituary will say he died of a heart attack but he essentially died of fear. My family was robbed of more years with him because he believed in shortcuts and googled too much.  Because of that we lost a great person who didn't want to do a scary thing and didn't want to listen to the truth.  I suspect many of us out there deal with this and often embrace bad ideas out of fear. The message of this podcast is do the hard thing because people need you in their life.
It feels like we have turned a bit of a corner but everyone is in a different place. Susan and I talk about the various scenarios and the small changes that can really make a big difference. We also had a great discussion about weight and self worth and try to give some thoughts and perspective on that concept.
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Episode Count
274
Podcast Count
2
Total Airtime
1 week, 3 days