10 Minute Daily Reality Check
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Do you know what a love bomb is? It’s when someone is all in a relationship. They’re committed, they’re loving, and then BOOM… they’re out. Just like that. And guess what? I was love bombed recently.
But you know what? I’m okay. And I’m here today to tell you all about it with my good friend Obi, so that you can learn from my experiences, because that’s what the 10 Minute Daily Reality Check is all about.
So listen to today’s episode, subscribe to the podcast, share it and rate it, and come back tomorrow for more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
Mentorship. It’s an extremely powerful thing. Of course, my guest Brett and I both have a bit of a bias. We’re in the mentorship business. But, we also see the value of the mentors that WE have.
Because the truth of the matter is, friends are great. You go to them for a helping hand or an ear to listen to you, but they can only give you advice from where they’re at in life. And sometimes that’s not enough. Sometimes, you need a fresh perspective from someone who knows what they’re talking about.
And that’s what we’re going to give you today. So listen to today’s episode, subscribe to the podcast, rate it, share it, and come back tomorrow for more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
Na-na-na-na-na-na. Did the Ghostbusters theme song immediately get into your head? Good, because today we’re going to talk about busting an even greater monster that’s tearing the world apart: stress.
Today, I’m joined again by my friend and fellow stressbuster Brett Parker. And we’re going to give you our advice as coaches on why you might be so stressed, and how to eliminate the stressors in your life.
So if you’re someone who wants to eliminate stress from your life, listen to today’s episode. Subscribe to the 10 Minute Daily Reality Check, share it, rate it, and come back tomorrow for more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
It’s not shit. It’s not fuck. It’s not even a bad word… but it’s a word we HATE coming out of our mouths.
But it’s a word you need to know by heart. Because this one word contains the key to life, love and happiness. And that word is help, and today, my guest Brett Parker and I are going to teach you how to ask for it.
So listen to today’s reality check, subscribe to it, rate it and share it, and come back tomorrow for another daily dose of radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
What are your fuckup-isms, the things you’re not good at? We’ve all got them. Even me. Even my guest Brett. But right now, we’re going to suggest something radical: you need to EMBRACE your fuckup-isms.
Because they’re not things you’re “not good at.” They’re things you’re working on, or learning, or not great at yet. They’re lessons you need to learn and embrace, so do that. Embrace them.
Listen to today’s reality check and tell us about your fuckup-isms. Subscribe to the podcast in your podcatcher of choice, rate it and share it with your friends, and come back tomorrow for more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
If you’re not happy in life, in love, in your career, or in any other aspect of your time here on earth… this podcast is for you. Today I’m joined once again by Brett Parker, and we’re going to tell you exactly why you’re not fully happy… and how to get to that point where you’re fulfilled.
We’re going to talk about self-sabotage and selling yourself short. We’re going to talk about goals and setting your intent. We’re going to reveal the best-kept secrets to living the life of your dreams.
So join us today, listen to the episode and subscribe to the podcast in your podcatcher of choice. Rate us, share this episode with your friends, and be sure to come back tomorrow for more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
Thinking this weekend about all that’s going on in Florida, I’m reminded of a simple truth about life: we’re all just hurricanes in our own lives. We blow hot air every once in a while. We have our moments, our days, our weeks.
And just like a hurricane, we can be so destructive. But just like a hurricane, those times in our lives will pass. So what I want you to do today is recognize the times you’ve become a human hurricane. Recognize your triggers, and try to have a little empathy for all the other human hurricanes you come across.
So listen to today’s reality check, subscribe to it and rate it in your podcatcher of choice, and come back tomorrow for more radical self-help. And, keep those in Florida and those affected by this hurricane in your thoughts and prayers.
The absolute worst feeling in the world… is the feeling of getting frozen out. Getting frozen out by someone you thought you were close with. Could be a friend, could be a boyfriend/girlfriend or romantic partner.
It’s the worst feeling because you’ve connected. And then you feel that lack of connection, and the emotional whirlwind of anger and depression and anxiety that comes with it.
Today, we’re going to dive deep into this worst feeling. It’s not going to be your run-of-the-mill 10 Minute Daily Reality Check. It’s a 30+ minute reality check where I’m joined by my great friend and fellow coach Camille Virginia.
So join us today, subscribe to this podcast and rate it, share it, and if you want to learn more about Camille, head on over to https://www.masterofflinedating.com/.
Holy shit, it’s the worst feeling in the world. Anxiety sucks, and I don’t think anyone would disagree with that. But then, why do we sit in our anxiety all the time? We get anxious and we sit with it, and don’t do anything about it.
I don’t know about you, but anxiety is so destructive for me that I refuse to sit in it. And my guest Brett Parker feels exactly the same way. So today’s reality check is all about how to take action, and how to NOT sit with your anxiety.
Listen to the episode today, subscribe to the podcast and rate it in your podcatcher of choice, and come back tomorrow for a very special dose of radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
Today my guest Brett Parker and I are going to let you in on a little secret: there’s no such thing as being “great at relationships.” You can only be great at any one specific relationship. Because the person you’re with today is not the person you were with yesterday.
So what relationship advice can I possibly give you? Well, that’s what we’re going to talk about today. We’re going to talk about how to just put it out there, let go of the outcome, and live with an abundant mindset.
Listen to today’s reality check to learn exactly how to do that, subscribe to it and share it with your friends, and come back tomorrow for more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
Two of the ugliest things in this world are anger and anxiety. And guess what? They’re related. They’re sisters. You feel anxious, so you lash out in anger. You lash out in anger, and you’re overcome with anxiety. It’s a deadly cycle, and worse yet, it’s completely unproductive.
So today’s reality check is all about dealing with those 2 ugly sisters when they come along in your life. I’m going to tell you how to cope with your anger, cope with your anxiety, so you don’t damage your relationships with the people you love.
Listen to today’s episode to learn more, subscribe to and rate this podcast in your podcatcher of choice, share it, and come back tomorrow for more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
You and I need to have a little chat today. A little chat about what love really means… and how you self-sabotage and miss out on all the opportunities that life gives you every day to fall in love with your amazing person.
I want you to listen to this podcast today, and tell me if I’m wrong about you. Because I can almost guarantee you’ve sabotaged relationships and kept the limiting mindset I describe here.
So give it a listen, and tell me if I’m wrong. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. And be sure to subscribe to and rate the podcast, share it with your friends, and come back tomorrow for even more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.