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E11 Toolbox: Return To The Breath | Josh Solar

In this episode with Josh Solar, we explore three types of breath work, to help you be more present and happy in the middle part. This is the first installment of a new type of episode that I am calling the Toolbox. Its simple I bring on an expert to talk about simple yet powerful tools for living in the middle part. Here Josh talks about: Heart Focused breathing Meta Mediation Breath holds You can get more of jsoh's goodness by following one of these links! Instagram:@joshsolarlovesyou URL: www.joshsolar.co

71 MIN2018 MAY 30
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E11 Toolbox: Return To The Breath | Josh Solar

E10 It's Not If, But When It Gets Hard | Max Zoghbi

I am so grateful to have Max Zoghbi on It Takes Grit. Max and his wife Bonnie Kate live a nomadic life, despite some very real and heavy challenges. Their story is one of love, pain, adventure and grace. In this episode Max and I discuss: - Sometimes the idea is the greatest high! - Sharing your own pain to encourage and motivate others - The usefulness of labels - There are so many more forms of value than dollars that we can exchange - No one survives a difficult conversation - Recognizing our contribution to a breakdown - Not letting the pain drive - Quenching fear with gratitude See what Max and Bonnie Kate are up to! Instagram: @belikethefox URL: www.beadventure.us

57 MIN2018 MAY 22
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E10 It's Not If, But When It Gets Hard | Max Zoghbi

E09 The Will To Survive | Christa Wittmier

Christa is an incredible person, and there is so much goodness in this conversation. I am so thankful for her time and willingness to share her story. In this conversations Christa talks about: -Feeling freedom in loss -Not fearing death becasue she is proud of her life -Creating tools to help others that are coming behind on the same path -The power of the will for survival -Rallying around those that suffer from mental pain just as much as physical pain You can get in touch with Christa! URLs: https://www.supercw.com https://www.snapchatcancer.com https://www.alohacancerproject.life https://www.soundcloud.com/supercw/tracks https://docs.google.com/document/d/1U0AGT8zf81Az_Ql7pAp_9u_bb3HNoshEgYVbaw0yXh0/edit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBYpjVcj0aw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/supercw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/supercw Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/supercw

55 MIN2018 MAY 15
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E09 The Will To Survive | Christa Wittmier

E08 Self-Care And Self-Awareness | Brenna Paxton

In this conversation with Brenna Paxton, we dig into her story about growing upin the middle of abig sister fighting an eating disorder and parents that are doing all the very best they know how. Brenna talks about some amazing principles that she learned through or after this time in her life. - We never go through the middle part alone. - We must take care of ourselves in order to help others - self-care is rooted in self-awareness - Don't get overwhelmed, look at it as practice - Learning Compassion and Patience - Developing unhealthy survival tactics Here are some ways that you can connect with Brenna: Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/astraaura/ Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/astraaura1111 URL:http://www.astraaura.com/

60 MIN2018 MAY 8
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E08 Self-Care And Self-Awareness | Brenna Paxton

E07 There Are Always Rockier Bottoms | Katie Brown

This weeks episode is a special one for me. My guest is the brilliant Katie Brown, my beautiful and talented wife. In this episode Katie talks about out the middle part we currently find ourselves in, selling all of our things, including our home. Building out a school bus to live, and travel full time in. In this episode she talks about: Talking about doing things for years and years, then finally finding courage to make the decision, and going for it. The greener grass fallacy How much we consider those closest to us when we make decisions in the middle of something How hitting what feels like rock bottom, creates a baseline for us to understand our ability to bounce back. Setting specific times to shut down and recharge, and reconnect with yourself. You can watch our skoolie adventure on our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LoveAlwaysAdventureOften And our instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lovealways_adventureoften/

36 MIN2018 MAY 1
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E07 There Are Always Rockier Bottoms | Katie Brown

E06 Asking The Right Questions | Tyler Mongan

How do you know when you are in the middle part, any part of the story for the matter? What do you do, when you don’t know what direction your headed? Tyler Mongan shares his story and answers these and many other questions pertaining to the middle part! Some of the things we cover in this conversation are: His idea of grit is like the beautiful process of coal turning into a diamond. We talk about how we never quite know what part of the story we are in at any given time. Not assigning moral value to things that happen outside of our control How we can prepare ourselves for the good things the world sends us, and be ready to put in the work. Its easy to go back to what you know or what is familiar, but its not always where we need to be. Asking ourselves the right questions to prepare for whats next Ways to connect with Tyler: Email: tyler@tylermongan.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/monganism/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/monganism Website: www.tylermongan.com

57 MIN2018 APR 24
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E06 Asking The Right Questions | Tyler Mongan

E05 New Life In The Prospect Of Death | Craig Flood

Craig Flood is a filmmaker and entrepreneur. He is a husband and father of 3. He shares his story of being diagnosed with stage 3 cancer and how he was able to push through and find peace in his journey. Craig talks about: -How sometimes it seems as though we have all the resources we could need around us, but we may still miss what we need to find. -How those who went before us can share and shed light -Being forced into the middle and keeping a realistic mindset -Life experiences can lead us and prepare us for what’s to come -There’s not always a plan -Having a good grasp on reality and the very real fact that “we are all dying” Reach out to Craig, and tell him how rad he is! Email: watertownfilms@gmail.com Instagram: @watertownfilms Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/watertownfilms/ Website:www.watertownfilms.com

39 MIN2018 APR 17
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E05 New Life In The Prospect Of Death | Craig Flood

E04 Sometimes Waiting Is The Hardest Part | Nick McArthur

EThis episode is a don’t miss! Nick McArthur is a dedicated dad and husband. He also owns a brand consulting company. As he says, he is a regular guy with a wife, kids and an internet business. But Nick is so much more extraordinary than that. He also knows what its like to be in the middle of something really huge. Nick has gone through a trans experience. After being married to a man as a woman, andbirthingchildren, Nick found the strength to undertake a transformation that would let him live the life that he always felt like he should be living. Nick has brilliant insight in finding strength through the middle part of a success story, especially when waiting is the hardest part! Some of the things that Nick talks about in this episode: -Things get uncomfortable, and you have to keep going anyway. -The importance of unpacking and evaluating during the middle part. -Finding support and resources in the beginning so that those things are already in place when the middle gets tough. ...

43 MIN2018 APR 10
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E04 Sometimes Waiting Is The Hardest Part | Nick McArthur

E03 Death To Regrets | Sarah Q

I love everything about this conversation, and Sarah Q! Sarah is a full time international traveler with her family of 5, she is a photographer, a world schooler and an all around bad ass! She also runs a Youtube channel and facebook group called Death To Regrets. She shares her insights of always being in the middle of something and loving it. In this conversation Sarah talks about: -Productive stubbornness to get what you want -Collecting the kinds of stories you want to tell your grandkids -Not wanting things to be easy -Being willing to pivot is something is not working -Worst case scenario is never as bad as we think it is -Her and her husbands mantra “we’ll figure it out If you want to connect with Sarah, here is where you can do that! Facebook.com/deathtoregrets @deathtoregrets on instagram www.deathtoregrets.com

41 MIN2018 MAR 29
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E03 Death To Regrets | Sarah Q

E02 What Is Playful Humility | Jim McKay

EMy friends, Jim is the real deal! Jim is an incredible filmmaker, that lost almost everything chasing his passion and life he wanted. He tells the story of what its like to be in the middle of pursuinghis greatest joy. In this conversation Jim talks about: -He only fails when he quits. -Making decisions that seem irrational from the outside. But inside they feel right -Belief in yourself is your greatest asset -Being honest about fears -The more you believe in yourself, the more others believe in you -Playful humility I am so grateful to Jim for being honest and real with us about the struggles of being in the middle If you want to reach out to Jim you can find him in a few different places: instagram.com/jmk.pictures facebook.com/jimmckaypictures www.jmkpictures.com

31 MIN2018 MAR 29
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E02 What Is Playful Humility | Jim McKay

Latest Episodes

E11 Toolbox: Return To The Breath | Josh Solar

In this episode with Josh Solar, we explore three types of breath work, to help you be more present and happy in the middle part. This is the first installment of a new type of episode that I am calling the Toolbox. Its simple I bring on an expert to talk about simple yet powerful tools for living in the middle part. Here Josh talks about: Heart Focused breathing Meta Mediation Breath holds You can get more of jsoh's goodness by following one of these links! Instagram:@joshsolarlovesyou URL: www.joshsolar.co

71 MIN2018 MAY 30
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E11 Toolbox: Return To The Breath | Josh Solar

E10 It's Not If, But When It Gets Hard | Max Zoghbi

I am so grateful to have Max Zoghbi on It Takes Grit. Max and his wife Bonnie Kate live a nomadic life, despite some very real and heavy challenges. Their story is one of love, pain, adventure and grace. In this episode Max and I discuss: - Sometimes the idea is the greatest high! - Sharing your own pain to encourage and motivate others - The usefulness of labels - There are so many more forms of value than dollars that we can exchange - No one survives a difficult conversation - Recognizing our contribution to a breakdown - Not letting the pain drive - Quenching fear with gratitude See what Max and Bonnie Kate are up to! Instagram: @belikethefox URL: www.beadventure.us

57 MIN2018 MAY 22
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E10 It's Not If, But When It Gets Hard | Max Zoghbi

E09 The Will To Survive | Christa Wittmier

Christa is an incredible person, and there is so much goodness in this conversation. I am so thankful for her time and willingness to share her story. In this conversations Christa talks about: -Feeling freedom in loss -Not fearing death becasue she is proud of her life -Creating tools to help others that are coming behind on the same path -The power of the will for survival -Rallying around those that suffer from mental pain just as much as physical pain You can get in touch with Christa! URLs: https://www.supercw.com https://www.snapchatcancer.com https://www.alohacancerproject.life https://www.soundcloud.com/supercw/tracks https://docs.google.com/document/d/1U0AGT8zf81Az_Ql7pAp_9u_bb3HNoshEgYVbaw0yXh0/edit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBYpjVcj0aw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/supercw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/supercw Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/supercw

55 MIN2018 MAY 15
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E09 The Will To Survive | Christa Wittmier

E08 Self-Care And Self-Awareness | Brenna Paxton

In this conversation with Brenna Paxton, we dig into her story about growing upin the middle of abig sister fighting an eating disorder and parents that are doing all the very best they know how. Brenna talks about some amazing principles that she learned through or after this time in her life. - We never go through the middle part alone. - We must take care of ourselves in order to help others - self-care is rooted in self-awareness - Don't get overwhelmed, look at it as practice - Learning Compassion and Patience - Developing unhealthy survival tactics Here are some ways that you can connect with Brenna: Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/astraaura/ Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/astraaura1111 URL:http://www.astraaura.com/

60 MIN2018 MAY 8
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E08 Self-Care And Self-Awareness | Brenna Paxton

E07 There Are Always Rockier Bottoms | Katie Brown

This weeks episode is a special one for me. My guest is the brilliant Katie Brown, my beautiful and talented wife. In this episode Katie talks about out the middle part we currently find ourselves in, selling all of our things, including our home. Building out a school bus to live, and travel full time in. In this episode she talks about: Talking about doing things for years and years, then finally finding courage to make the decision, and going for it. The greener grass fallacy How much we consider those closest to us when we make decisions in the middle of something How hitting what feels like rock bottom, creates a baseline for us to understand our ability to bounce back. Setting specific times to shut down and recharge, and reconnect with yourself. You can watch our skoolie adventure on our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LoveAlwaysAdventureOften And our instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lovealways_adventureoften/

36 MIN2018 MAY 1
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E07 There Are Always Rockier Bottoms | Katie Brown

E06 Asking The Right Questions | Tyler Mongan

How do you know when you are in the middle part, any part of the story for the matter? What do you do, when you don’t know what direction your headed? Tyler Mongan shares his story and answers these and many other questions pertaining to the middle part! Some of the things we cover in this conversation are: His idea of grit is like the beautiful process of coal turning into a diamond. We talk about how we never quite know what part of the story we are in at any given time. Not assigning moral value to things that happen outside of our control How we can prepare ourselves for the good things the world sends us, and be ready to put in the work. Its easy to go back to what you know or what is familiar, but its not always where we need to be. Asking ourselves the right questions to prepare for whats next Ways to connect with Tyler: Email: tyler@tylermongan.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/monganism/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/monganism Website: www.tylermongan.com

57 MIN2018 APR 24
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E06 Asking The Right Questions | Tyler Mongan

E05 New Life In The Prospect Of Death | Craig Flood

Craig Flood is a filmmaker and entrepreneur. He is a husband and father of 3. He shares his story of being diagnosed with stage 3 cancer and how he was able to push through and find peace in his journey. Craig talks about: -How sometimes it seems as though we have all the resources we could need around us, but we may still miss what we need to find. -How those who went before us can share and shed light -Being forced into the middle and keeping a realistic mindset -Life experiences can lead us and prepare us for what’s to come -There’s not always a plan -Having a good grasp on reality and the very real fact that “we are all dying” Reach out to Craig, and tell him how rad he is! Email: watertownfilms@gmail.com Instagram: @watertownfilms Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/watertownfilms/ Website:www.watertownfilms.com

39 MIN2018 APR 17
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E05 New Life In The Prospect Of Death | Craig Flood

E04 Sometimes Waiting Is The Hardest Part | Nick McArthur

EThis episode is a don’t miss! Nick McArthur is a dedicated dad and husband. He also owns a brand consulting company. As he says, he is a regular guy with a wife, kids and an internet business. But Nick is so much more extraordinary than that. He also knows what its like to be in the middle of something really huge. Nick has gone through a trans experience. After being married to a man as a woman, andbirthingchildren, Nick found the strength to undertake a transformation that would let him live the life that he always felt like he should be living. Nick has brilliant insight in finding strength through the middle part of a success story, especially when waiting is the hardest part! Some of the things that Nick talks about in this episode: -Things get uncomfortable, and you have to keep going anyway. -The importance of unpacking and evaluating during the middle part. -Finding support and resources in the beginning so that those things are already in place when the middle gets tough. ...

43 MIN2018 APR 10
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E04 Sometimes Waiting Is The Hardest Part | Nick McArthur

E03 Death To Regrets | Sarah Q

I love everything about this conversation, and Sarah Q! Sarah is a full time international traveler with her family of 5, she is a photographer, a world schooler and an all around bad ass! She also runs a Youtube channel and facebook group called Death To Regrets. She shares her insights of always being in the middle of something and loving it. In this conversation Sarah talks about: -Productive stubbornness to get what you want -Collecting the kinds of stories you want to tell your grandkids -Not wanting things to be easy -Being willing to pivot is something is not working -Worst case scenario is never as bad as we think it is -Her and her husbands mantra “we’ll figure it out If you want to connect with Sarah, here is where you can do that! Facebook.com/deathtoregrets @deathtoregrets on instagram www.deathtoregrets.com

41 MIN2018 MAR 29
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E03 Death To Regrets | Sarah Q

E02 What Is Playful Humility | Jim McKay

EMy friends, Jim is the real deal! Jim is an incredible filmmaker, that lost almost everything chasing his passion and life he wanted. He tells the story of what its like to be in the middle of pursuinghis greatest joy. In this conversation Jim talks about: -He only fails when he quits. -Making decisions that seem irrational from the outside. But inside they feel right -Belief in yourself is your greatest asset -Being honest about fears -The more you believe in yourself, the more others believe in you -Playful humility I am so grateful to Jim for being honest and real with us about the struggles of being in the middle If you want to reach out to Jim you can find him in a few different places: instagram.com/jmk.pictures facebook.com/jimmckaypictures www.jmkpictures.com

31 MIN2018 MAR 29
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E02 What Is Playful Humility | Jim McKay
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