Katie Dalebout is a New York City-based writer and podcaster. She is the author of Let It Out: A Journey Through Journaling and the host of the Let It Out podcast, which has been going since 2013 (which in podcast years is the equivalent to the Stone Age). We cover a range of topics including Katie's journey from small town Michigan to New York City, her unconventional route to getting her book published, the dangers of being dogmatic about wellness, and the importance of "letting out" both the dark and light inside us.
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Dominick Quartuccio is an international speaker and author who works with corporate executives to elevate their performance with purpose and inspiration. But his most interesting work (in my opinion) is what Dominick calls "men's work," where he provides a platform for men to explore their relationship with sex and intimacy in order to build more purposeful lives, careers, and relationships. We go deep in this episode, discussing Dominick's experience with sex addiction, infidelity, and pornography, the role of masculinity in the #MeToo era, and how he came to evolve his definition of male strength.
Fred Dodson is a consciousness researcher, success coach, and author of 30 books. His work is a synthesis of psychology, neuroscience, eastern spirituality, and motivational speaking, which together form a teaching style which is Fred’s alone. We discuss the nature of matter and energy, practical advice for getting unstuck, and why attraction is more powerful than force. This episode is a must listen for anyone interested in learning how our internal energy is instrumental in shaping our external reality.
Steven Matthew Adams is an author and teacher at the intersection of eastern wisdom and western living. Having spent a decade working in finance, his background is closer to The Wolf of Wall Street than The Autobiography of a Yogi, which is what makes him so relatable. We discuss his unique journey, how to stay mindful during stressful situations, and what America could learn from ancient eastern philosophy.
Siri Rishi is a Kundalini yoga teacher in New York City. And in a city filled with great yoga teachers, she might be my favorite. To Siri Rishi, yoga is more than a physical exercise – it’s a spiritual tradition with roots that go back as far as humankind’s earliest known writings. In this episode, we discuss the ancient origin of yoga, the rise of Kundalini in America, and why the darkness the globe is currently facing is not the end of the world – it’s just a period of transition from one age to another.
Jake is an entrepreneur, former TV star, and co-founder of Imiloa Institute, a retreat center and educational institute for the advancement of humanity. He's also a good friend. We discuss his journey from small town Maine to late night television fame to the jungle of Costa Rica, and why his "dark night of the soul" was the best thing that ever happened to him.