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The Mind Games Podcast with Hailey and Ronnie Lott

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The Mind Games Podcast with Hailey and Ronnie Lott

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Welcome to The Mind Games Podcast. We will explore the relationship between Mental Health, Mindfulness, and Sport in order to support you in taking your life to the next level of peak performance. We will be interviewing experts and diving deep into the many different ways we can win this game of life. We are excited for you to join our huddle. Champions are made from the conscious choices they make each and every day. What legacy do you want to leave behind?

Latest Episodes

Reflections on Infinite Possibilities with Hailey Lott

“The practice of meditation is the practice of remembering who you are.” In this show, Hailey covers: Your thoughts are not who you are. The power of meditation is the ability to not succumb to the thoughts going through our head The purpose of life is to release Karma We all have access to miracles, all the time We create the miracles that happen in our lives Fundamental reality is pure consciousness

27 MIN18 h ago
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Reflections on Infinite Possibilities with Hailey Lott

Daniel Lurie on Changing Peoples Lives

A philanthropist and president of Tipping Point Community, Daniel is the rare person that combines true idealism with real-world practicality. In this episode, we’ll learn about the current homelessness crisis in San Francisco and what we can do to give people the opportunity to change their lives. Daniel will show us how being optimistic and having mental strength is key to power through tough times.

26 MIN1 w ago
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Daniel Lurie on Changing Peoples Lives

Triggers with Hailey and Ronnie Lott

In this episode, Hailey and Ronnie tackle the topic of triggers and how to handle ourselves in those moments where things don’t go our way. You can’t control every situation and so trusting others and letting go can help you improve your relationships. By knowing each other and understanding our triggers, we can avoid putting ourselves in situations that trigger us.

16 MIN2 w ago
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Triggers with Hailey and Ronnie Lott

Byron Katie on Loving What Is

In this episode of Mind Games, Byron Katie brings light into the suffering and discontent in the world; with her book ‘Loving What Is’, she proposed a set of steps/questions to eradicate those negative thoughts, beliefs and judgments that we can many times get stuck in, and turn them around to see them from the other side. “It’s just a case of the mind understanding the mind so it can rest on itself, the end of the war internally, it’s the end of the war with the world” - Byron

25 MIN3 w ago
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Byron Katie on Loving What Is

Silent Retreat Reflections with Hailey Lott

“Every choice we make is a choice of craving or aversion.” In this interview, Hailey covers: Accepting impermanence is important. Everything changes. All things will pass, good and bad. Attachment leads to misery. At least 50% of our thoughts are irrational When you tell your mind this will change, pain is easier to manage When we let go of attachment, we can find liberation And more!

19 MINSEP 24
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Silent Retreat Reflections with Hailey Lott

Interview with Tim Brown

Tim Brown is a former American football wide receiver who played professionally in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for Notre Dame, where he won the Heisman Trophy, becoming the first wide receiver to win the award.

25 MINSEP 17
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Interview with Tim Brown

Taking Risks with Hailey and Ronnie Lott

“To really make a great play, you have to take a lot of risks” -Ronnie “I don’t know when the right time is going to be, but this is not what I’m meant to do.” -Hailey In this episode, we cover: How you balance taking risks and the areas of your life that need to remain stable. The importance of believing things will work out for the best. It’s not about who you know, it’s about how determined you are to overcome.

17 MINSEP 10
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Taking Risks with Hailey and Ronnie Lott

Interview with Stacey Tisdale

Stacey Tisdale, a more than 20-year veteran TV broadcast financial journalist, and financial behavior expert, is one of the first women, and the first African-American to report from the New York Stock Exchange, in her role as a reporter/anchor for Dow Jones’ Emmy Award-winning, Wall Street Journal Television. “We really identify with our thoughts, and we personify our thoughts. And people have to realize there’s a whole world that’s much deeper than that.” -Stacey Tisdale

39 MINSEP 3
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Interview with Stacey Tisdale

6 Lessons from Yoga for Trauma Recovery with Hailey Lott

In this solo show, Hailey discusses 6 Key Lessons from her recent Yoga for Trauma Recovery Retreat. And don't forget to take advantage ofThe Emotional Emergency Toolkitwhich walks you step-by-step on how to finally support yourself in emotional emergencies. Key Highlights: “My trauma is true to me, and all of our trauma is relative.” “When we practice these things we get stronger at it.”

20 MINAUG 27
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6 Lessons from Yoga for Trauma Recovery with Hailey Lott

Michael Lewis on When to Jump

When Mike Lewis was twenty-four, he eagerly wanted to leave his prestigious job and pursue his dream of becoming a professional squash player. But he had questions: When is the right time to move from work that is comfortable to a career you have only dared to dream of? How have other people made such a jump? What did they feel when making that jump—and afterward? Join us as we talk with Mike about what we need to do to nourish the soul, and pushing through an aversion to taking risks.

21 MINAUG 20
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Michael Lewis on When to Jump

Latest Episodes

Reflections on Infinite Possibilities with Hailey Lott

“The practice of meditation is the practice of remembering who you are.” In this show, Hailey covers: Your thoughts are not who you are. The power of meditation is the ability to not succumb to the thoughts going through our head The purpose of life is to release Karma We all have access to miracles, all the time We create the miracles that happen in our lives Fundamental reality is pure consciousness

27 MIN18 h ago
Comments
Reflections on Infinite Possibilities with Hailey Lott

Daniel Lurie on Changing Peoples Lives

A philanthropist and president of Tipping Point Community, Daniel is the rare person that combines true idealism with real-world practicality. In this episode, we’ll learn about the current homelessness crisis in San Francisco and what we can do to give people the opportunity to change their lives. Daniel will show us how being optimistic and having mental strength is key to power through tough times.

26 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Daniel Lurie on Changing Peoples Lives

Triggers with Hailey and Ronnie Lott

In this episode, Hailey and Ronnie tackle the topic of triggers and how to handle ourselves in those moments where things don’t go our way. You can’t control every situation and so trusting others and letting go can help you improve your relationships. By knowing each other and understanding our triggers, we can avoid putting ourselves in situations that trigger us.

16 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Triggers with Hailey and Ronnie Lott

Byron Katie on Loving What Is

In this episode of Mind Games, Byron Katie brings light into the suffering and discontent in the world; with her book ‘Loving What Is’, she proposed a set of steps/questions to eradicate those negative thoughts, beliefs and judgments that we can many times get stuck in, and turn them around to see them from the other side. “It’s just a case of the mind understanding the mind so it can rest on itself, the end of the war internally, it’s the end of the war with the world” - Byron

25 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Byron Katie on Loving What Is

Silent Retreat Reflections with Hailey Lott

“Every choice we make is a choice of craving or aversion.” In this interview, Hailey covers: Accepting impermanence is important. Everything changes. All things will pass, good and bad. Attachment leads to misery. At least 50% of our thoughts are irrational When you tell your mind this will change, pain is easier to manage When we let go of attachment, we can find liberation And more!

19 MINSEP 24
Comments
Silent Retreat Reflections with Hailey Lott

Interview with Tim Brown

Tim Brown is a former American football wide receiver who played professionally in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for Notre Dame, where he won the Heisman Trophy, becoming the first wide receiver to win the award.

25 MINSEP 17
Comments
Interview with Tim Brown

Taking Risks with Hailey and Ronnie Lott

“To really make a great play, you have to take a lot of risks” -Ronnie “I don’t know when the right time is going to be, but this is not what I’m meant to do.” -Hailey In this episode, we cover: How you balance taking risks and the areas of your life that need to remain stable. The importance of believing things will work out for the best. It’s not about who you know, it’s about how determined you are to overcome.

17 MINSEP 10
Comments
Taking Risks with Hailey and Ronnie Lott

Interview with Stacey Tisdale

Stacey Tisdale, a more than 20-year veteran TV broadcast financial journalist, and financial behavior expert, is one of the first women, and the first African-American to report from the New York Stock Exchange, in her role as a reporter/anchor for Dow Jones’ Emmy Award-winning, Wall Street Journal Television. “We really identify with our thoughts, and we personify our thoughts. And people have to realize there’s a whole world that’s much deeper than that.” -Stacey Tisdale

39 MINSEP 3
Comments
Interview with Stacey Tisdale

6 Lessons from Yoga for Trauma Recovery with Hailey Lott

In this solo show, Hailey discusses 6 Key Lessons from her recent Yoga for Trauma Recovery Retreat. And don't forget to take advantage ofThe Emotional Emergency Toolkitwhich walks you step-by-step on how to finally support yourself in emotional emergencies. Key Highlights: “My trauma is true to me, and all of our trauma is relative.” “When we practice these things we get stronger at it.”

20 MINAUG 27
Comments
6 Lessons from Yoga for Trauma Recovery with Hailey Lott

Michael Lewis on When to Jump

When Mike Lewis was twenty-four, he eagerly wanted to leave his prestigious job and pursue his dream of becoming a professional squash player. But he had questions: When is the right time to move from work that is comfortable to a career you have only dared to dream of? How have other people made such a jump? What did they feel when making that jump—and afterward? Join us as we talk with Mike about what we need to do to nourish the soul, and pushing through an aversion to taking risks.

21 MINAUG 20
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Michael Lewis on When to Jump