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Derek Doepker

Podcast Overview:

In this episode, bestselling author Derek Doepker goes over exactly why you might be feeling stuck in any area of your life.

He shares how to create better habits, how to reach your goals, and why you might need to embrace “4 value logic”.

He also covers the 6 human needs that we need in order to be happy.

Derek is like a walking encyclopedia of personal development and there’s a lot to learn in this episode.

Derek’s Bio:

Derek Doepker is the author of multiple #1 best selling books including Why You’re Stuck and 50 Fitness Tips You Wish You Knew.  In 2012 he founded the blog Excuse Proof Fitness to help people who are busy, broke, or unmotivated find simple solutions to any of their challenges.
Derek is passionate about empowering people to discover solutions to their own challenges by using simple tricks to unlock the brain’s creative problem solving ability.  He has spent years studying the world’s top psychologists and personal development experts to piece together the most powerful and practical tools for transforming anyone’s life.

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

Why You’re Stuck – Derek’s book

50 Fitness Tips You Wish You Knew – Derek’s other book

Excuse Proof Fitness – Derek’s site

The Wrinkle Cure – The unlikely book that started changing Derek’s mindset.

How To Win Friends And Influence People – The one book Derek would recommend in terms of social skills.

Live More, Weigh Less – Sarah Jenks’ program where she talks about what we really want when we’re emotionally eating.

DerekDoepker.com – Derek’s other site.

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Hadley Gustin

Podcast Overview:

Hadley Gustin believes that everyone who has ever been diagnosed with “uncurable” anxiety, ADD/ADHD and panic disorder — as well as those who just identify with being energy sensitive – can feel a LOT better, once they know the action steps to take.

In this episode, we go over what you can do if you feel like people, sounds, colors, or feelings take a huge toll on you energetically, how to stay at your peak, and how to thrive in a world that isn’t necessarily set up for your success.

Hadley’s Bio:

Hadley Gustin is the creator of Come As You Are Evolution, a revolution for those who identify with “incurable” anxiety, ADD/ADHD & panic disorder, also known as energy sensitive people. Her mission is to guide those who are energy sensitive to create instant calm and comfort in their bodies so that they can impact the world on a massive scale using their greatest personal talents and gifts.

As a teacher, speaker and coach, Gustin is the first of her kind to innovatively spark global understanding and excitement around the concept of energy sensitivity. Serving as a role model and guide for over 1.4 billion energy sensitive people around the world, her message is: “There is nothing wrong with you and everything right with you. Your time to create ease in your body and “epicness” in the world is now.”

Hadley is a Board Certified Holistic Health Professional, a member of the International Association for Health Coaches and an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. She resides in New York City and can be reached online at ComeAsYouAreEvolution.com.

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

ComeAsYouAreEvolution.com – Hadley’s site

Episode Transcript

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