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The Loneliness Epidemic

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The Loneliness Epidemic

In this episode I discuss how loneliness and isolation leads to quiet desperation, depression and despair.  I discuss the importance of vulnerability and reaching out for support.  Men are most susceptible to isolation and lack of social support.  Through my men's discipleship programs and men's retreats it creates opportunity for community and a place for men to be vulnerable and supported.  

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Faith Infused Training

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Faith Infused Training

My guest on this episode of the Spiritual Warriors Unite podcast is Everett Tellez.  Everett is President of FIT Project which exists to equip others with physical and spiritual strength.  He is also the author ofFaith Infused Training:  A Biblical Perspective of Health and Fitness.

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In this podcast we talk about how men can be better spiritual leaders around health and fitness.  What role shame plays in our addictions and how we can build a strong foundation for health and fitness.  

 

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The Man in the Arena (Getting his Butt Kicked a Little)

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The Man in the Arena (Getting his Butt Kicked a Little)

In this podcast I talk about my recent experiences of getting my butt kicked while getting in the arena.  My fear of failure and fear of truly being seen.  

The classic quote from Theodore Roosevelt challenges us to dare greatly to get in the arena while embracing risk and failure. 

God asks us to take great risks for Him.  Moses didn't feel he was qualified to fulfill the mission God asked him to do, just as I don't feel qualified for the mission God is asking me to do.  But in my weakness, God's strength will shine through.  

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Less is More

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Less is More

My guest on this episode of the Spiritual Warriors Unite podcast is Shawn Maves.  Shawn is a former heavyweight bodybuilding champion.  At the age of 23, Shawn also won the Mr. Ontario bodybuilding championship and qualified to compete for Mr. Canada.  He is also a regular guest on Christian TV and radio shows and an author at Faith & Fitness Magazine.   This podcast revolves around blog post featured in Faith & Fitness Magazine written by Shawn that talks about how less is more.  

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Rewire Your Brain Back to Perfection

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Rewire Your Brain Back to Perfection


In this episode of the Spiritual Warriors Unite podcast I talk about rewiring our brain back to perfection by focusing on our thought life.  It is based on the scripture Proverbs 4:23.  "Be careful what you think because your thoughts run your life."

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How Coaching Changes Lives

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How Coaching Changes Lives

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My guest on this week's episode of Spiritual Warriors Unite is Russ Arman.  Russ is both a dear friend and an online coaching client.    Tune in to learn how Russ has juggled running his own business, family life and travel and still have a successful physical transformation.  Russ has dropped twenty pounds and ten percent body fat over the past six months we have been working together.  

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Exhausted

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Exhausted

 

Exhaustion is a common theme today as we go through our busy lives.  I share my struggle with being exhausted this past week and ways to overcome this deep level of fatigue. 

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Reclaim Your Inner Warrior

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Reclaim Your Inner Warrior

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My guest is one of my men's coaching clients, Matt Kuti.  I have been working with Matt for about seven months.   We discuss Matt's battle with body image and fear of going to the gym and how he has been able to overcome both of those challenges.  Matt also shares how training for and completing a 10k race has transformed his life physically, mentally and spiritually.

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What's Your Ikigai

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What's Your Ikigai

This podcast episode is all about finding your ikigai.  This is a Japanese term that essentially means your reason for getting up in the morning.  Your reason for being.  Your true purpose in life.   I will be sharing with you 3 ways to find your ikigai.  

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