This Might Get Uncomfortable

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Is being your own boss worth the stress? Entrepreneurs often have to put up with longer work hours, and sometimes unbelievable levels of stress. Is the mental health challenge of being an entrepreneur worth it? In this episode, Whitney Lauritse
You don't truly understand a concept if you can't teach it to a 12-year old kid. It's important to teach children about coding because these young minds bring fresh solutions to the community. The show's guests today are Srini & Usha Gowrishett
With the rise of social media, toxic positivity is slowly turning into a worrying trend. It is when someone uses a famous quote without really understanding the context of the quote. They use it because of that herd mentality. They don't make t
How does one process trauma and grief? How can one person rise above the trauma of 9/11? In this episode, Whitney Lauritsen and Jason Wrobel sit down and have a heartfelt discussion with author, entrepreneur, and chocolatier, Kushal Choksi. Kus
With the many challenges we face daily, you may think that emotional numbness is the best response to pain. It isn’t. In this episode, we talk about better ways to cope. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen sit down and talk about emotions and ho
Feeling at home within yourself is a lifelong journey. It’s not easy to get there but once you do, it’s very comforting. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen’s guest in this episode is Amber Fortier, the Founder of Embody Me. Amber is passionate
With social media and influencer culture, it's easy to think that everyone is constantly on the grind and that you should be keeping up. Hustle culture seems more like an evolved form of peer pressure that results in rest shame and, eventually,
Social media has made it so easy for anyone to be viral. With apps like TikTok, there is so much content that it's hard to find the good ones. Everyone thinks they can be a star, but if you're doing what you're doing for fame instead of the art
Climate change has been an ongoing crisis for the world until now. Coupled with the fact that we’re still in a pandemic and have many human rights issues, many of us might be overwhelmed and drained. Where do we go from here? We know we can mak
The pandemic has caused much disarray in the lives of many. But aside from physical and financial damage, the psychological and emotional toll it’s taken on everybody might be the one that impairs us in the long term. Join Whitney Lauritsen and
People can have many hang-ups when it comes to intimacy and sex. But you can have the sex you want, as long as you’re open and willing to explore with your partner. In this episode, we tackle sexual intimacy and the joy of connection as our hos
Simulation theory is the theory that we are all living in a simulation. There is a higher being that is controlling us like "The Sims" and we have no control of our ethics and free will. What if we are living in a multiverse? What if the matrix
Trigger warning: this episode addresses sudden death and suicide ideation. Preparing your last will is one of the best things you can do for the loved ones you’ll leave behind. That’s why you need to be proactive about end-of-life planning. In
Do you feel content with your money? If not, then maybe you should evaluate budgets based on your why. When you align your money to your values, that’s where you feel peace. This episode’s guest is Jesse Mecham, the Founder of You Need A Budget
To regret or not to regret? The best thing you can do right now is to be kind to yourself. In this episode, Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk about their past mistakes. Is it worth it to beat yourself up because of past decisions? In the
Right now, there is this huge debate among people to either take the COVID-19 vaccine or not. Some people refuse to protect themselves and their loved ones because of their egos. They think that it's limiting their freedom in some way. Then the
Finding your identity as an artist in the contemporary music scene is a unique challenge that none of our predecessors had experienced before. Before, artists had a deeper connection with the music they were making. The barriers to entry in mus
Humans have a tendency to obsess over perfection. We all want to be perfect, whether it’s in daily conversation or something else. We worry over misunderstandings and inefficient communications so much that we have resorted to abbreviations and
The COVID-19 pandemic has not only shifted the way we work; it also forced us to make lifestyle adjustments. But now that restrictions are slowly being lifted and life is getting back to normal the way we are used to, do we go back to how we ar
We currently live in a world that begs us to pick a side. It is polarizing and even more stressful than many of us think about because it puts this unwanted pressure on us. But why do we have to choose when we can learn to sit in the space betw
Daniel Suelo, the man who quit money, said money only exists if two or more people believe it exists. Back then society didn't have this concept of money or material things. So why did people invent currency? Was it to subjugate and enslave oth
The way we respond to failure and criticism depends in large part on how big our ego is. Have you ever spoken in front of an audience and just feel like someone isn't listening? That feeling is your ego talking and it's best to ignore it. There
How do you learn to let go? How do you receive love and healing? We tackle these questions and so much more as our hosts, Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen, get into a provocative interview with business owner and podcast host, Kelli Tennant.
An impulse purchase is often something a lot of us grapple with. It's not just a financial issue; it's a personal and psychological thing too. In this episode, Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen have a provocative discussion about impulse purch
In this day of social media, it has become so rare not to see someone on their phones. So much so that in every gathering, the first thing many want to do is take pictures and post them online—often forgetting to savor the moment instead. Join
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