Get Yourself Optimized

Get Yourself Optimized

Ready to improve your health, wealth, partner intimacy, peer group, spirit, career, business, and more? Tune in to Get Yourself Optimized, a podcast full of secret knowledge that will enable you to reboot your life. www.GetYourselfOptimized.com

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September 16, 2021 61 min

There’s more to music than just entertainment and background noise. Studies have shown that it’s helpful in healing and relaxing, which is why our guest today made it a point to share it with the world. Barry Goldstein is here to share everything he knows about music. Barry is a Grammy award winner and producer. He’s charted on Billboard and been featured in films, on TV, and in #1 PBS Specials. He’s also the author of The Secret L...

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We often get random intuitive hits we naturally brush off. Our guest today is here to say that we should listen and act on them, even if they defy logic. Tina Zion shares her experiences as a medium and dives into medical intuition and how a person can develop their innate ability. Tina is an intuitive medium, internationally-acclaimed instructor, author of medical intuition books, and a faculty member of holistic organizations and...

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There will always be room for growth. What you just need is an open mind to welcome transformation towards a better and more authentic you. In this Get Yourself Optimized episode, Ben Saltzman walks us through the enneagram types and how they transform after finding out who they really are. Ben is an enneagram expert, Fortune 500 leadership trainer, coach to thought leaders, iconic change-makers, and superior court judges. He’s div...

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August 26, 2021 49 min

Technology has made it possible for us to prevent diseases even before they have a chance to wreak havoc on our bodies. By understanding and analyzing our DNA, we can now develop better habits towards lowering our risk for chronic diseases and other issues. Thanks to Kashif Khan, this episode is packed with insights on how we can do just that. As the CEO of The DNA Company, Kashif gives insights to reverse and prevent chronic disea...

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Have you ever had strong gut feelings you just ignored? Don’t worry, it’s pretty common for people to take time in trusting their intuition. Lucky for us, Peter Antoniou helps us do just that. Today, he walks us through how we can slowly trust our gut, read people’s minds and understand why divination and tarot are so much more than just predictions of the future. Highly sought, Peter’s theatre shows sell out as soon as they’re mad...

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Life feels a lot lighter when you’re compassionate and focused on your own path. We’ll never know every person’s story which is why being uncritical allows space for understanding and authenticity when we interact with other souls. In this episode, Aaron Scotti helps us cultivate a posture of compassion. Aaron is an actor and producer, with his recent production, The Peanut Butter Falcon movie. As co-presenter and co-creator, he in...

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Running a successful business doesn’t always mean you need to manage it 24/7. Gone are the days where success equates to leaving no room for rest. Instead, it’s time you create a meaningful life outside your work. Today, Allison Maslan shares practical tips to make your business self-managing and self-multiplying. Allison is the Wall Street Journal best-selling author of Scale or Fail, endorsed by Daymond John and Barbara Corcoran....

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We all can communicate with those who have passed on; we just need to develop the skill. Karen Noé joins me today and shares practical advice on meditating, clearing chakras, and hearing messages from the other side. Experience oneness as she shares powerful stories of how she’s helped people receive signs from their loved ones. Karen is the founder of Angel Quest Center, a renowned psychic medium, spiritual counselor, and alternat...

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Our bodies are capable of infinitely healing themselves when we immediately address the root causes of our complications. But healing is not just limited to the medications and therapies we get from hospitals. It’s also about digging deep and establishing a solid bond with our spirituality. Today, Dr. Donese Worden joins me as she shares the importance of having a spiritual connection to your healing. Dr. Worden is a physician, res...

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Gardening has always been challenging for people who think they can’t keep a plant alive. But, there’s so much more to this pastime than just tending to flowers and leaves. Who knew getting your hands dirty can teach you the meaning of life and how to realign with your beliefs? Fran Sorin joins me on today’s episode as she talks about her gardening journey and how it’s genuinely one of the best forms of therapy in the world. As a g...

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You probably have a ‘Someday When project’ you’ve been setting aside because of fear and other priorities. Somehow, it’s never come to life because the perfect day to get started has yet to come. But what if someone tells you that you can start by just taking a few steps? Kristin Swanson joins me for today’s episode where she shares how to recognize your fears and start building momentum towards making these projects happen. Swanso...

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Influencing people means you can make them say, “Yes” to just about anything. As someone who understands the power of influence, I know just how important it is to master these principles. It’s not just about who you are, it’s about how you use that to build your credibility and arguments. On today’s episode, I’m joined by Dr. Robert Cialdini who shares how using the right words and strategies can help you move people in your direc...

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Up until my spiritual awakening in 2012, I was always very skeptical and close-minded. I was definitely one of those people who needed a spooky, yet real, proof to shake me awake. As I practice the willing suspension of disbelief, I feel like I’m coming home. Corin Grillo joins me on today’s episode, sharing how she puts herself out there to help people and how you can change your view on everything by being open to something extra...

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A considerable part of my self-development and transformation has had to do with discovering more about my spirituality. I always believe for one to be completely healthy, all the areas of the body: the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual must all be in sync. On today's episode, I am joined by Guy Sohm, someone who's been enlightened at the early age of five. When he was younger, his mother would always say, "you...

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The human brain is a structure so amazing that a famous scientist once called it, “the most complex thing we have yet discovered in our universe.” My guest today, Janet Doman, has been a pioneer in unlocking what is possible for brain-injured children with the work she has done as Director of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential since 1980. In today’s episode, Janet addresses how children get labeled with 350 diffe...

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Embracing change can open you up to living life to its fullest. My guest on today's show is Monica Berg, a self-professed change junkie. She is here to share her wisdom and impressive life experience working as Chief Communications Officer for Kabbalah Centre International. Monica is the author of Fear Is Not an Option and Rethink Love, and she co-hosts the Spiritually Hungry podcast with her husband, Michael Berg. This is a mu...

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Sometimes our worst enemy is ourselves, and the main culprit behind that is how our brains are wired. In this episode, my guest Divya Darling is all about befriending our brains. A great storyteller with a profound message, Divya is devoted to illuminating the wisdom within. Having researched the mysteries of the mind for decades, obtaining degrees in neuroscience, psychology, and cognitive sciences and being an avid yogi and philo...

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Today marks the 300th episode of Get Yourself Optimized! Almost six years of podcasting without missing a week is not an easy feat, but it is one of the most rewarding experiences. I have interviewed hundreds of inspirational people and learned a lot from these conversations. Some of these episodes have even given me a glimpse into the matrix, which inspired me to find a new mission. On the other hand, I want to take this opportuni...

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Researchers and clinical psychologists, Drs. John and Julie Gottman, join me today for a highly informative Get Yourself Optimized episode. In this talk, we discuss the Four Horsemen of the Relationship Apocalypse: Criticism, Contempt, Defensiveness, and Stonewalling. Drs. John and Julie Gottman are the founders of The Gottman Institute and Affective Software, Inc. They created the Gottman Sound Relationship House theory and Gottma...

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The world we live in is governed by universal laws such as we live, we die, the sun rises, and birds fly. When we take time to understand what these truths convey we can see how they hold answers to our past, present, and future. We become masters of ourselves. On this Get Yourself Optimized episode, Dr. Frances Yahia joins me for an insightful conversation about The Kybalion, also known as the seven ancient principles of self-mast...

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