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The Nathan Seaward Show

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Do you want to create an extraordinary life? A life that is beyond the ordinary? Join me every week as I dive into all the elements of creating an extraordinary life. From creating a business and mission that pull you forward, to deepening your connections, inner peace and sense of adventure, you’ll find it all here on the show.

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#95: Robert Kandell
This week on the show, Robert Kandell joins me to talk about getting honest with one’s self, the effect of withholding your truth from your intimate partner, and his book - unHIDDEN: A Book for Men and Those Confused by Them. Robert and I discuss: Living the American dream (which was also his father's dream) How his intense experiences in Burning Man made him rediscover the world Key moment when he realized things weren't working How going to Burning Man impacted him Burning Man is radical free expression. It's an opportunity to see a new side of yourself and to explore different parts of yourself How he and his wife started to have an honest conversation about their sex life On starting to explore alternative sexuality by going to a swingers club and taking workshops that tackle forming non-monogamous relationships Telling yourself the truth first and foremost then telling your partner and intimate friends the truth about you and then inviting them to tell you the truth about them Process of getting honest with yourself: Confronting your thoughts Getting curious about those thoughts Researching those curiosities Terminal uniqueness is when we think we are the only person in the entire world that has this particular thought which creates a lot of fear to come out Instead of spending our energies beating ourselves up, spend that energy creating the life you truly want Our greatest fear is that we will end up alone and that fear is what stops us from living How we are forced to wear the facade about who we are The communication you need to make in the proper form in order to actually be authentic Frameworks on teaching people to communicate If you want to have a masterful relationship, you have to build the foundation early on by authentically relating We are constantly looking externally from ourselves to perceive our value Compromise equates to acquiescence Extending the conversation until both people feel right about the decision Every time you lie, you are creating distance About his book “unHIDDEN: A Book for Men and Those Confused by Them” More about Robert Robert Kandell is an interpersonal communications expert, speaker, podcaster, and the author of the bestselling book, “unHIDDEN: A Book for Men and Those Confused by Them.” Since 2002, Robert’s mission has been to help people find themselves and use their internal power to live their best lives. He has helped thousands of students up-level their communication, leading them to live more balanced, energized, connected, and purposeful lives. Robert is a veteran of many worlds, having moved seamlessly from corporate America and the startup world, to becoming an authority in the personal development sphere, to building an international 8-figure business and authoring a bestselling book. He is the host of the podcast, Tuff Love, where he puts his compassionate, hard-hitting insights to work helping people move forward in their lives with clarity. He has been described as “part football coach, part loving Dad, and part slightly crazed drill sergeant.” His style is challenging, fraternal, highly rewarding, and definitely not for the faint-hearted.
#94: Jonathon Aslay
This week on the show, Jonathan Aslay joins me to talk about establishing a framework for compassionate dating, when life gets in the way of love, and how to practice self-love. I also shared how these past weeks had been tough for me and how self-love has been a great part of getting through this period. Jonathon and I discuss: How Jonathon hit rock bottom in many aspects of his life and how he got addicted to the process of online dating His investment in personal development and spirituality helped him when he lost his son Self-love is like nurturing your soul Personal development practice is preparing you not just for the chaos but also how to live in inner peace How his humbling moments allowed him the opportunity to discover who he really is Grieving with love Letting go of the fear of death to enjoy the fruit of life Having a minimum of 15 mins a day doing some self-help personal development spiritual practice Why he wrote his book, “What The Heck Is Self-Love Anyway?” On developing the habit of thinking of the future or thinking about the past Getting into nature Speaking your truth and doing it with kindness What compassionate dating is Connecting with other people in a deeper level and focusing on being present Being crystal clear about who you are and what you want in compassionate dating How technology changed dating in this generation Getting to know who you are by not being in a relationship When life gets in the way of love/relationship Recognizing co-dependency More about Jonathon Known as America’s leading midlife dating and relationship coach, Jonathon Aslay is a defender and protector of women’s hearts around the world. He helps women transform from attracting Mr. Wrong into finding their Mr. Right. Jonathon studies male behavior. He listens to women and what they want when it comes to love. Most importantly, he is gifted at bridging the gap between the two. He started to see patterns in the things women complained about most and those that continually baffled men. Over time, he realized that processing information from both sides and combining them with his own dating experiences enabled him to filter out the interpersonal “noise” that often causes people to invest in someone who is wrong for them. In addition to his dating expertise and helping women navigate the dating world, Jonathon Aslay is also a leading figure in the self-love department with his book “What The Heck Is Self-Love Anyway?” which is rated 5 stars and has reached the best-selling ranks on Amazon. In this book you will learn: simple real-life techniques to understand and create true self-love, exactly what it means to really love yourself, and how powerfully life-changing self-love can be, and how to experience it NOW!
#93: Q & A: Fears, Fantasies and Facepalms
This week on the show, I am having a one-on-one conversation with the audience by answering uncomfortable questions and allowing myself to be real and vulnerable. Questions answered: What are you most fearful of in your life that you haven’t been able to evolve past yet? Pushing through things is the best way to have them stick around Wanting to be put in uncomfortable situations and be challenged Fearing that everything you've worked hard to build over your life will collapse around you Feeling another evolution coming through all the discomfort Sitting through your fear and feeling what it's trying to tell you and allowing it to move through you If today was your last day, how would you choose to spend it and where would you be afterwards? What’s something you don’t want the world to know about you? Getting comfortable with vulnerability What does your heart most long for? What is the no. 1 thing holding you back from where you want to be? (as part of this answer where do you want to be?) What part of your identity matters most to you, and what part would you scrap if you could? Your identity is something that feels fixed about you. If you could snap your fingers and be straight for the rest of your life, would you? Tell us about a time that you were vulnerable and it actually gave you more confidence. Presence over performance
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Started
Nov 17th, 2016
Latest Episode
Oct 3rd, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
95
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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Yes

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