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The Hungry for Happiness Podcast

Hosted by Samantha Skelly, the Hungry For Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations and comedy to shake up the way you connect to yourself and the world. Samantha Skelly is a best selling author, international speaker and the founder of Hungry For Happiness.
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Mar 28, 2018

This episode is all about the small steps we can make to create big shifts in our lives. So often we think that in order for us to have these enriching, meaningful lives we have to go out and change the world or change the planet, and it’s simply just not true. We can create change in our everyday community just by focusing on things that matter the most in our hearts like lighting someone else’s heart up through a smile, conversation, a hug. That changes the world. And I think so often we just bypass that stuff and don’t pay attention to it. This episode is all about cultivating awareness around this. This could be simply using our voice to open up discussions around social injustice, creating a community garden, offering social services to propel a support group, truly anything. There are so many different avenues we can take when we learn to look at our pain as a teacher and a guide.

 

Cassandra Bodzak

Cassandra Bodzak is the best selling author of “Eat with Intention: Recipes and Meditations for a Life the Lights You Up". Cassandra teaches women who want to have it all how to create rituals using food, meditation, and self-care to create sustainable success and wellbeing. She has been dubbed a "spiritual leader" by Well and Good and is the host of Eat with Intention TV or you may know her from ABC’s The Taste.

 

In this episode, Cassandra shares:

 

4:08- Why our triggers are a call to take action.

10:53- The first step we can take to create social change.

13:20- Using energetics to build a business.

23:19- Creating daily rituals to connect to source.

37:51- The most effective way to create an impact.

46:00- How we can stop our emotions from hijacking our experience.



You can find more of Cassandra at:

http://www.CassandraBodzak.com

www.facebook.com/cassandrabodzak

www.instagram.com/cassandrabodzak

 

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Mar 21, 2018

Today I am interviewing Kali Rogers! We had such a great interview. She is such a cool chick and you guys are going to realize this once you start listening. We chatted about the power of choice, something I’m stoked on; I loved that conversation, and approaching life from a place of curiosity rather than attachment. So often, we want to control our way to happiness, and we all know that doesn’t work. We cling onto identities that make us feel like crap because we’re truly afraid of what will happen if we let go. But letting go is where the magic happens. I talk about this a lot in our community and it’s the whole concept of our structured selves vs our fluid selves. Our structured self is the identity of who we think we need to be and our fluid self is recognizing what feels good to us in the moment. The more we can allow ourselves to be fluid, the easier it is for us to make choices that are in pure alignment with what we want.

 

Kali Rogers

Kali Rogers is the Founder of Blush Online Life Coaching. She and her team of coaches provide support, motivation, guidance, and advice to girls via videoconference from around the globe for only $79/mo. As well as working with her own individual clients, she provides personality trainings for companies around the country and is the author of, “Conquering Your Quarter Life Crisis: How to Get Your Shit Together in Your 20’s.”

 

In this episode, Kali shares:

2:07- How the fear of isolation shows up in every aspect of our growth.

7:10- Recognizing and releasing identities that are no longer in alignment.

10:13- Understanding the difference between what we can and cannot control.

14:00- Kali’s transition from pursuing a career as an attorney to a life coach.

23:04- Conquering Your Quarter Life Crisis: How to Get Your Shit Together in Your 20s.

27:00- The first thing we should do when we feel stuck.

35:00- Approaching life from a place of curiosity instead of control.

41:12- Why attachment blocks our ability to manifest.

 

You can find more of Kali at:

http://joinblush.com

http://facebook.com/joinblush

http://instagram.com/joinblush

 

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Mar 14, 2018

This conversation energized me to the core. Adam is such a force. We talked about how to become a magnet and match for the things we truly want, how to ask for what we want from our partners, ourselves and the planet. We talked about forgiveness, the ‘Me Too’ movement, healing sexuality, healing the masculine/feminine dynamic. There was so much goodness in this episode.


Adam Roa

Adam Roa's spoken word poetry and deeply moving multi-media creations take the viewer on a transformational journey that leads to greater self-awareness and compassion. Whether he's supporting high-impact individuals in creating profitable businesses, captivating audiences from the screens and stages, or facilitating breakthroughs at workshops and retreats, Adam shows up to life with consistent excellence and soul-inspired passion. His ability to speak both the spiritual hippie and corporate business languages makes him highly sought after.

In this episode, Adam shares:


3:00- Why embracing uncertainty is one of the best things we can do for ourselves.

8:40-The question we should ask ourselves when seeking romantic relationships.

11:18- How to create containers for emotional safety in partnership.

22:40- How masculine and feminine wounding is created within us.

31:20- Why we fear interacting with the opposite sex.

34:40- Sexuality wounds.

41:00-Identifying and shifting our belief systems around sexuality.

49:21-Why we should stop externalizing the meaning of happiness.


You can find more of Adam at:

http://adamroa.com

https://www.facebook.com/adam.roa.1

http://instagram.com/adam.roa


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Mar 7, 2018

I was so pumped on this conversation. I was actually at a dinner with JJ Virgin, who has also been on this podcast, and someone mentioned Jason and how he had an eating disorder as a young man. We get so many men who ask us if we have services for men and I’m so excited to say that we’re in the process of doing that. But I just wanted to get Jason on the show to share his story. He is so passionate about what he’s doing in the world and I know that’s going to come across in his voice.


About Jason Phillips
Jason is a former anorexic and has a fundamental understanding of the mindset issues related to dietary compliance. Today, as a thought leader, Jason is excited to help people use nutrition to truly unlock other areas of success in their lives.

In this episode, Jason shares:
7:29- What it’s like to have anorexia and body image issues as a male athlete.
16:58- Shifting away from viewing food as the “enemy”.
22:44- The shocking number of males in the fitness industry that experience disordered eating.
24:49- The vicious side of the physique world.
29:57- The long term repercussions fitness competitors have to deal with.
33:50- The scientific reason behind the diet binge cycle.
37:07- The easiest way to achieve our set point weight.
45:33-The importance of integrating fun and play into disordered eating.

You can find more of Jason at:
http:/hungry.in3nutrition.com
http://www.in3nutrition.com
http://instagram.com/jasonphillipsfitness

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