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Lauren Leonelli is back on the 10 Minute Daily Reality Check and we’re gonna get right into it today. We’ve got a laundry list of things that people say when it comes down to life and love, and we’re going to destroy all of those excuses.
So if you’ve ever found yourself saying “I’m not ready,” or “I just can’t”… this episode is for you. So listen, download and subscribe, share and rate the 10 Minute Daily Reality Check, and be sure to check out Lauren’s podcast, It’s Complicated. You can follow the show on Instagram and social media at @complicatedshow, and subscribe to the show at http://www.afterbuzztv.com/afterbuzz-tv-all-shows/its-complicated/.
They’re everywhere – Captain Fight and Captain Flight. The men and women who, when their fight or flight instincts kick in, just choose to run away. And you know what? My guest Adam Gilad and I are sick of it.
So today’s reality check is about how to NOT run away. How to NOT be Captain Fight or Captain Flight. How to hold your friends accountable, hold your relationships accountable, and more.
So listen in to today’s episode with our special guest, subscribe to the reality check in iTunes or the Android store, and be sure to check out Adam’s Smart Dater’s Academy at http://adamgilad.com/smart.
NEWS FLASH: You’re addicted to your iPhone. Okay, maybe you already knew that. But, do you know why you’re so hooked? It’s because your iPhone makes you feel safe.
But, that’s only a feeling. Today, my guest Obi and I are going to expose how dangerous the iPhone actually makes your life – how, every second you’re staring at that black screen, you’re anything BUT safe.
So listen in, subscribe and share the episode today, and come back tomorrow for another 10 minute dose of some radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
Is it okay to ever burn a bridge? Well, as I see it, that’s a dangerous move. You never know when you’re going to need someone in your life, even if in the present moment you think you don’t. So, the bigger your network, the better off you are.
Now… with that said, today Greg and I are going to reveal to you the one scenario when it’s actually okay to burn bridges (and we’ll tell you how to rebuild the bridges you’ve burnt in the past).
So listen in, subscribe to the 10 Minute Daily Reality Check and share it with your friends who need to hear it (even the ones you’ve burnt bridges with). And come back tomorrow for more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
They’re everywhere – especially on social media. The disruptors. The people who want to come into your life and unload THEIR shit on YOU. We’ve literally become a planet of disruptors, and if you need any proof of that fact, look no further than your Facebook feed.
Well, today Greg and I are going to tell you how to steer clear of the disruptors for good. And, if you happen to be a disruptor, we’re gonna shed some light on why you feel the need to disrupt other people’s lives with all your negative energy.
So join Greg and I today by listening and subscribing to the podcast. Leave us a review in your podcatcher of choice, and feel free to disrupt other people’s lives with this podcast 😉 because it’s not really disruption when it’s radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
We’ve all taken the all-expenses trip to neuroticville before. Why? Because we’re so outcome-oriented. We want what we want when we want it.
Well, today my guest Greg and I are going to take you off the road to neuroticville… and we’re going to put you on the road to present-ville. Because the key to peace, to NOT being neurotic, is exactly that: staying present.
So join us today if you want to hop on board the bus to present-ville, subscribe to the podcast and rate it in your podcatcher of choice, share it with your friends who need to hear it, and come back tomorrow for more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
I’ve gotta be honest. I’m pretty scared of what the future generation will look like. Kids are overweight, out of shape, addicted to sugar, and in fact addicted to all their screens – the phone, the tablet, the computer, the TV.
So today I brought my friend Greg on board, and we’re going to talk about how we got here, why kids are turning into screen-addicted junkies, and how we can stop the epidemic before it’s too late (HINT: it’s going to require something from you oh-so-wonderful parents out there).
So listen, subscribe and share today’s episode with all your parent friends. And if you’re a parent, PLEASE listen. Rate the podcast in your podcatcher of choice, and come back tomorrow for some more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
Have you been sexmatized? Have you fallen in love with the pussy, fallen in love with the dick, fallen in love with the oxytocin rush instead of the person? It’s an epidemic these days, and today I’ve brought on special guest Lauren Leonelli to talk about it.
In this show, we’re going to talk about the real difference between sex and love. And we’re going to give you some expert advice on how to really enrich your sex life, enrich your love life, and have an amazing relationship.
So join us by listening and subscribing, rate the podcast, share this episode with all your friends who have been (or are) sexmatized, and check out Lauren’s podcast, It’s Complicated. You can follow the show on Instagram and social media at @complicatedshow, and subscribe to the show at http://www.afterbuzztv.com/afterbuzz-tv-all-shows/its-complicated/.
NEWS FLASH: Your communication f*cking sucks. And today I’ve brought a special guest dating and relationship coach onboard by the name of Rachel Russo – and together we’re going to tell you all about why your communication is so terrible: dating apps.
We’re going to talk about your communication habits, the mistakes you’re making and the ones you’re about to make, and how you can still find love when our dating culture looks so bleak.
So join us in today’s podcast by listening, subscribing and rating the 10 Minute Daily Reality Check in your podcatcher of choice. Be sure to share the episode with your friends (especially those of you who use dating apps), and connect with Rachel through her website at http://www.rachelrusso.com/.
I took a survey on Facebook the other day: “Dating is (insert blank).” And the results were astounding. Everybody, it seems, hates dating. And if you do, too, well, this episode is especially for you.
Because I’m about to blow your mind right now. I’m going to give you a plan of action that will allow you to bypass all the boring dates, the conversations, and the swiping that leads to nothing.
Want to hear what it is? The listen to today’s reality check. And share it with the people who need to hear it. Rate it, subscribe to it, and come back tomorrow for more radical self-help.
My guest for the past week, Obi, has a confession he’d like to make today. He recently stood someone up for a date. Gasp! Yes, it’s true, but it was an honest mistake and he held himself accountable for it.
But it got us thinking – and this is today’s reality check – is standing someone up forgivable even if it’s on accident? What should you do if it happens? How should the other person react?
All of this and more is answered on today’s episode, so listen to it, subscribe to it, download and rate it, share it with your friends (including anyone who’s been stood up in the past) and come back tomorrow for more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.
We are so mean to each other nowadays. And I’ll tell you a story to illustrate that fact: recently, I was broken up via email. Why is this so extreme? Because it wasn’t in person, and it would’ve been different if it had happened in person.
We hide behind our computer screens. We hide behind all our stories and programming and all the shit we have that we refuse to work on. So today, Obi and I are going to talk about how to get over all that shit. How to stand up and actually tell a person how you feel, face-to-face.
So listen to today’s podcast, subscribe to it, rate it in iTunes, share it with someone who’s been broken up via text or email (you DEFINITELY know that person!), and come back tomorrow for more radical self-help that doesn’t suck.