10 Minute Daily Reality Check
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Following up on yesterday’s episode, today we’re talking about legacies. Because I want to – and I know YOU want to – leave behind a f*cking legacy to be reckoned with.
And today is all about the legacy you’re going to leave behind. I’m joined by my recent guest Mia again, and we’re going to go over my legacy as a father, as a coach, as an author, and so much more.
So join us, share the episode, rate it in iTunes, and if you want to connect with my amazing guest you can get in touch with her at https://www.rythmia.com/.
Today, I’m not going to talk to you about dating. We’re not going to talk about swiping, or sex, or how to find love. Today is just 20 minutes of radical self-help dedicated to my beautiful and amazing daughter.
We’re going to talk honestly and openly about being not only a father, but a single parent. We’re going to talk about divorce and separation, and how important it is to give each parent quality time with their kid.
So join us for a lengthy, but extremely important, reality check today. Download and subscribe to it, leave us a review, share this, and if you want to learn more about my guest Mia, go to https://www.rythmia.com/.
Let’s go down a rabbit hole today. I’m back with my guest Mia from Rythmia, and we’re going to talk about a wide range of things. We’re going to talk divorce court, 24 year old life coaches, reality TV, relationships, and so much more.
And what we’re going to get into today is seizing your destiny. Bringing whoever and whatever you want in life into YOUR own bubble.
That’s today’s radical self-help – so download it and subscribe to the podcast, rate us on iTunes, give us a shout on social media, and check out https://www.rythmia.com/.
Someone once said to me, you can’t take the white out of the trash. You see, in relationships, there are people with the attitude and behaviors of trash sinking in the sea. And so many of us argue with them and sink to their level.
But on today’s podcast, I’m going to ask, when is enough enough? When do you stop settling for the wrong people and sinking down to their level?
I’ve brought on my previous guest, Mia, to help me bring you that message, so download and subscribe to the 10 Minute Daily Reality Check, rate us on iTunes, check out Mia at https://www.rythmia.com/ and come back tomorrow for more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
Me. Me. Me me me me me. That’s the culture we live in. There’s a reason it’s called the I-phone, folks. Because we live in an I-culture.
And yet, there’s a healthy kind of selfish. Seeing your self-worth and truly loving yourself. The key is to know which is which. And that’s exactly what I’ve brought on my guests, Luis Congdon & Kamala Chambers, to help me tell you about.
So listen and download today’s reality check, share it and be sure to leave us a review on iTunes, and definitely check out Luis and Kamala’s website and podcast at https://www.thrivinglaunch.com/.
What if there was a way to recognize the red flags of the wrong person literally right when you met them? Well, turns out there is such a way, and I’ve bought my friend Max Kramer, aka Tripp Advice, on as today’s guest to help me explain it to you.
It’s called NOT having stories. It’s called living in reality, not augmented reality, not TV reality. We’re expert script writers, except we don’t write the scripts of our own lives. And that’ what today’s reality check is about.
So listen and subscribe in your podcatcher of choice, leave us a review, share this episode with your friends, and check out Tripp. He’s got some amazing content on YouTube, as well as his podcast “How to Talk to Girls” and his website http://trippadvice.com/.
Welcome to another episode of the 10 Minute Daily Reality Check – a special, first-time ever episode: my first on-air threesome. I’m in the studio with Jennifer Golden and Lauren Leonelli of the “It’s Complicated” podcast, and we’re going to talk about the Woo Woo culture that’s plaguing Los Angeles.
We’re going to talk fake spirituality and how to live an interesting life – plus an interesting exercise you can use to tell if someone’s a narcissist within a minute of meeting them. So join us, leave us a review, share this episode with the woo-woo people you know, and be sure to check out It’s Complicated at http://www.afterbuzztv.com/afterbuzz-tv-all-shows/its-complicated/ and on social media at @complicatedshow.
Here’s a reality check for you: people who post selfies, or post quotes from Eckhart Tolle and Deepak Chopra, are the most low-frequency, least interesting people in the world. Because if you were really evolved, you wouldn’t need to post all your nonsense on social media.
So today I’ve brought back Leo Flowers to deliver this reality check to you: stop f*cking posting on social media and start actually living. You will thank us for it!
So download, listen and subscribe, leave us a review on iTunes, share this with all the selftards you know, and check out Leo’s website at http://www.leoflowers.com/
Picture this: you’re out on a date, and this person is well-kept. Smells nice, looks clean, dressed great. But… they’ve got this, well, yellow snaggle tooth that you just cannot take your eye off.
What’s up with that? Why does the yellow snaggle tooth bother us, and why do we have to put people through what I call the yellow snaggle tooth test? Well, I’ve brought onboard my friend, comedian and life coach extraordinaire Leo Flowers to help me figure it out.
Join us today for a fun, yet extremely thought-provoking, conversation on this reality check. Rate this podcast on iTunes, share it on social media, and be sure to check out Leo’s website, http://www.leoflowers.com/.
Welcome back to another episode of the 10 Minute Daily Reality Check – sometimes it’s 15, sometimes it’s 20 minutes, because sometimes you need a BIG reality check. And today’s episode is a big one…
I’ve brought Matt Kahn along as a guest on today’s episode, and we’re going to get deep into why so many of us (including myself) get tangled up in relationships that don’t serve us. We settle for narcissists and all the wrong people. And in the end, it all comes down to dropping our ego, dropping the people-pleasing, and embracing the power of self-love.
So give yourself the gift of listening to this episode, because it’s one you truly need to hear. And give this show the gift of a review on iTunes and sharing it with someone who needs to hear this advice. And, be sure to check out Matt’s website, http://www.truedivinenature.com/, as well as his YouTube channel.
What did I learn in college? Well, not much to be honest. Not much academically. But I learned oh so much about life.
I learned about sex. I learned about connection. I learned about friendship. See, I’m an eternal student of life. College, not so much, but when it comes to life there’s so much to learn.
And I’m going to teach you all those things I learned in today’s episode. So download it, rate and subscribe to it, share this episode with your friends, and come back tomorrow for more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
I’m so proud – and you will be, too, once you listen to what happened to me… I got a senior’s discount at T-Mobile!
And you know what? I don’t feel old. I feel experienced. I’ve learned lessons – lessons that I’m going to share with you when you listen to my guess Brett and me in today’s episode.
So listen in, download and subscribe, share this podcast with your friends, and come back tomorrow for more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.