Keep your thoughts healthy – with Eric Zimmer

Keep your thoughts healthy | A Better Life Podcast with @rachelrofe

Podcast Overview:

It’s really easy to get stuck into a pattern of circling around the same negative thoughts over and over.

It’s also really easy to shut down any of your negative thoughts and say, “Everything’s great!”

In this episode, among other things, Eric and I cover how to keep your thoughts as healthy as possible without going to either extreme.

Eric’s Bio

Eric Zimmer is the host of the One You Feed Podcast, where he asks his guests to explore their good and bad wolf. The parable goes that the wolf or nature that survives is the one you feed.

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

The One You Feed – Eric’s podcast

How To Be Charismatic – The interview with Jordan Harbinger

Christine Hassler – The gal that Eric got the term ‘spiritual bypass’ from

Eric’s Twitter profile

Eric Schmidt (CEO of Google)’s quote – “Every two days now we create as much information as we did from the dawn of civilization up until  2003”, according to Schmidt. That’s something like five exabytes of data, he says.

Accidental Creative – The website ran by one of Eric’s earlier guests. His book is Die Empty.

OneYouFeed.net – Eric’s website

Episode Transcript

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