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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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Nov 28, 2018

EP 078: BECOMING AN EXTRAORDINARY ENTREPRENEUR WITH AJIT NAWALKHA

I absolutely loved and chatting with Ajit Nawalkha. He is one of the most incredible minds when it comes to business. He is part of Mind Valley which is an incredible organization, which you’re going to learn all about. We talked about how to design a business for long-term growth and how to really create a sustainable impact, focused business. This episode is about business, but it’s so much more about the relationships, the energetics, and the responsibilities of the leaders of that organization. When I say that, I don't mean you have to have a huge business for this conversation to be highly valuable because the things that we extract are still applicable even if you're at the earlier stages of the journey or earlier stages of entrepreneurship. This is a conversation that I would have loved to have listened to at the very rid of the gate, as I was becoming an entrepreneur and starting my first wellness coaching business. He is such a genius when it comes to business. I'm just so highly I just respect him so much for how he runs his business, how he operates himself, how he takes such high levels of emotional responsibility in his personal life, which of course then transitions into his business.

About Ajit Nawalkha

Ajit Nawalkha is an entrepreneur, business coach, founder of Evercoach author of The Book of Coaching and a co-founder of Mindvalley - the one of the biggest publishers in personal development space. Today he is getting ready to share the strategies that helped him build numerous multiple million-dollar businesses in his "Live Big" book launching in December 2019.

 

In this episode, Ajit shares:

  • The most important, overlooked business tactic that most people miss.
  • Designing a business to last long term.
  • How to get into flow, be proactive about your time, and create deep, quality work.
  • Where our biggest ideas and creativity come from and how to infuse this into business.
  • Being intentional about our goals and consistently showing up to allow them to come into fruition.
  • The importance of company culture and great tips on leadership and management.
  • Creating a space where employees feel valued and understood.

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Nov 21, 2018

I was running one of the Hungry for Happiness retreats here in San Diego and the whole topic of self-sabotage was hot tamales! So, I wanted to bring some of that onto the podcast and give you some insight into that because I feel we just love to sabotage ourselves. But here’s the thing, we don’t understand why we’re doing it. We don’t understand how it happens; we just do it. Then we feel like we’re worthless, weak, and we have no willpower and that’s actually not the case. In this episode, I’m going to be talking about why self sabotage happens in the first place, how to prevent it from happening, how we can get over having the fraud complex, how we can get over things like not being where we’re at, yet, and how to embody the frequency to attract what we want.

 

In this episode, I share:

  • Why we sabotage ourselves and how to prevent it from happening.
  • How to move through the imposter syndrome.
  • How to embody the frequency to attract what we want.

 

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach.


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Nov 14, 2018

Today on the show I have the amazing, Kirsten Asher. I wanted to bring her on the show because I truly believe that the personal development industry needs a little bit of a shake-up. We need to do things differently. We need to stop logically thinking about how to heal our bodies and how to clear emotionality. For those of you who have listened to the show for a while, you follow me on Instagram, or you’re just hanging out in my world, you know that for me breath-work is my modality to really releasing the logic and getting into the body. I wanted to bring Kirsten on because she is so passionate about helping women and men get into their bodies through movement. It’s not just a dance or performance, it's movement move energy and just allow ourselves to get into our bodies we can clear energy.

 

About Kirsten

Kirsten Asher, founder of FEMethod (Feminine Embodiment Method), teaches women to “embody” and “flow” rather than “hustle” and “grind”. Through the way you Move, Breathe and Think, Kirsten creates a space for women to explore their senses, self, reduce stress and take ownership of their feminine expression, while, exploring the dynamics of the masculine and feminine in life, love and sensuality.

 

In this episode, Kirsten shares:

  • What it truly means to be feminine and how to embrace all shades of our femininity.
  • Releasing control, surrendering and allowing life to unfold in the way it’s meant to.
  • Choosing embodiment over mindless production.
  • Tapping into our senses to receive information instead of only consuming words.
  • Healthy boundaries as the key to healthy relationships.

 

You can find more of Kirsten at:


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Nov 14, 2018

Welcome to the first solo session of The Hungry for Happiness Podcast! My commitment to myself and to you is to just keep it real as much as possible, and provide you with the most valuable information and content, so I’m super excited for this journey. I’ll be asking you guys on Instagram stories often what you want me to do these episodes on. For those of you who have been following me on Instagram know that I’ve been going through a transition out of a relationship. It’s been a beautiful, letting go and healing process. Tune in to hear how I am dealing with and being in the pain and heartbreak I currently feel.

 

In this episode, Ishare:

  • What it was like for me to transition out of my relationship.
  • Looking at both sides of the story and understanding the difference in viewpoints.
  • Asking the question, what is available after letting something go?
  • How to process emotional pain.
  • A simple exercise to notice when we’re out of alignment and how to move forward.

 

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach.

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