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Is Being Your Own Boss Worth The Stress?

Is Being Your Own Boss Worth The Stress?

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

Diverse Voices In Coding & Young Minds Making A Difference With Srini & Usha Gowrishetty

Diverse Voices In Coding & Young Minds Making A Difference With Srini & Usha Gowrishetty

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

Tragic Optimism Vs. Toxic Positivity

Tragic Optimism Vs. Toxic Positivity

  With the rise of social media, toxic positivity is slowly turning into a worrying trend. It is when someone uses a famous quote without really understanding the context of the quote. They use it because of that herd mentality. They don't make their own...

  How does one process trauma and grief? How can one person rise above the trauma of 9/11? In this episode, Whitney Lauritsen and Jason Wrobel sit down and have a heartfelt discussion with author, entrepreneur, and chocolatier, Kushal Choksi. Kushal talks about...

Emotional Numbness and Giving Ourselves Room to Grieve

Emotional Numbness and Giving Ourselves Room to Grieve

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

Feeling At Home Within Yourself With Amber Fortier

Feeling At Home Within Yourself With Amber Fortier

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

Fear Of Rest In Our Hustle Culture

Fear Of Rest In Our Hustle Culture

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

Fame Isn’t Everything: The Pressure To Be A Good Artist And Content Creator With Brittany Darby

Fame Isn’t Everything: The Pressure To Be A Good Artist And Content Creator With Brittany Darby

Social media has made it so easy for anyone to be viral. With apps like TikTok, there is so much content that it’s hard to find the good ones. Everyone thinks they can be a star, but if you’re doing what you’re doing for fame instead of the art, then it’s going to be difficult to succeed. People need to have the motivation to understand that not everything has to go viral. Join your hosts, Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen and their guest, Brittany Darby, on what it takes to be a content creator. Brittany is a Los Angeles-based creative producer and digital creator. She is on a mission to teach entertainment industry realism to up-and-coming content creators. Join in the conversation to learn how you can be a good artist and not worry so much about the clicks. Learn what it takes today.

Is The Climate Doomed Or Is There Hope?

Is The Climate Doomed Or Is There Hope?

Society’s standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one’s happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with health coach Meredith Keith-Chirch of M For Health to share her unique life decisions and preferences. She explains how refusing to simply check the boxes dictated by society changed everything for her. Staying away from social media and even ditching her own car, she was able to tap into her intuition and know herself better. Meredith also discusses how this mindset impacts her community building and parenting, leading to pretty uncomfortable conversations. 

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