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#52 Lisa Komisza-Keeping Fit When You Don’t Like Gyms

The Next Chapter with Charlie

Release Date: 11/07/2017

#223 Terry Hershey: Awe-FULL or Awful show art #223 Terry Hershey: Awe-FULL or Awful

The Next Chapter with Charlie

Show Notes  When I began The Next Chapter with Charlie back in 2014, I came up with the descriptor which is,The Next Chapter: In Search of Meaning, Adventure, and Awe. Since that time, I have written and podcasted a boatload about the Meaning of Life, but not as much on Adventure, and even less on Awe. And yet, Awe is one of my personal favorite joys in life. I love art, architecture, nature, and what Terry Hershey calls “giddy” human responses to life and the wonder of life. Today, Terry and I explore the nature of Awe, as well as our unfortunate proclivity to allow obstacles to get...

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#222 Nick Jordan: The True Value of Life… Thoughts from Impending Death show art #222 Nick Jordan: The True Value of Life… Thoughts from Impending Death

The Next Chapter with Charlie

Show Notes  Today is an unusually important show. My friend and CEO of Wells of Life, Nick Jordan, spent all of 2021 battling with Stage 4 colon and lung cancer. The odds of survival were not good. But let’s come to the end of the story right away. After 2 surgeries, 4 months of chemotherapy, 75 radiation treatments, 2 days of fasting before every chemo session, and a bout with Shingles he was declared cancer free in late December 2021. During the months of chemotherapy, radiation, and times of surgery, Nick had only his faith, his family, and his friends to lean on. And truthfully, all...

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#221 Dena Crowder 2022: Starting The Year Right show art #221 Dena Crowder 2022: Starting The Year Right

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 Show Notes  NOTE: It is with a bit of hesitancy that I publish this show. I get scary vulnerable. Oh well. I like the result… so, here you go. ***** I am what you might call an “ideological planner.” When I do personal annual planning, my purpose is about understanding and growing my inner life. I like to work more on who to be than what to do. That’s because what I do is dictated by my character and inner drivers. Today I feel fortunate to have a guest who is an expert on planning the inner life. In fact, she has been my personal coach and continues to guide my thinking...

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#220 Terry Hershey 2021: A Year of Unexpected Learnings show art #220 Terry Hershey 2021: A Year of Unexpected Learnings

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Show Notes  Well, here we are. 2021 is done. And it was, shall we say, a challenging year. Today I have our dear friend Terry Hershey with me to discuss our end of year thoughts. But you know what… I am choosing not to focus on the endless conversations and issues concerning covid and our tiring national crisis of divisiveness. Today Terry and I plan to discuss 2021 through a much more personal lens—a lens focused on what have we each have learned and experienced this year. Visit Terry at . For more with Charlie Hedges please visit    

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Archive Favs Dr. John Bash: The Healing Power of Suffering show art Archive Favs Dr. John Bash: The Healing Power of Suffering

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Show Notes  Today’s subject is not a light one. In fact, it may be one of the most troubling subjects I have discussed on the show after more than 130 episodes. Today is about very deep human pain and suffering, AND the potential learnings that can result, if one chooses to take that path. Although we may love learning about life and our deepest inner selves… the path there is often most unpleasant. David Whyte alludes to the power of suffering when he writes, “Suffering is as inescapable and inevitable as breathing…” If suffering is inescapable and inevitable, it might be...

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#219 Lindsay Davis: Surprising Gateways to God show art #219 Lindsay Davis: Surprising Gateways to God

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Show Notes  Well … here we are in the 2nd week of our Christmas/Advent series titled Has God Become Irrelevant? In just 20 years church attendance has declined by 23%, for 70% attendance in in the year 2000 down to 47% in 2020. Although the are indeed many sociological and religious reasons for this decline, I believe that we have a grand misunderstanding of the nature of the divine Godhead. The all-too-common view of God is that of a judgmental punitive white male that will “get you” if you don’t toe the line. As a result of my studies of the Bible and a plethora of theologians...

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#218 Shasheen Shah: Winning the Inner Game show art #218 Shasheen Shah: Winning the Inner Game

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Show Notes  In his brilliant book on managing your innermost self, our guest today, Shasheen Shah, speaks of recurring emotional triggers, ones that have haunted some of us for decades. In dealing with his own emotional triggers Shasheen writes, “… I discovered that although I was forty, I was reacting as my ten-year-old self.” And that is our critical topic for today: How to manage the needy and screaming inner child who can still impact even the most successful people. In the last couple of years, I have discovered that managing my innermost child is a most essential task. This...

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Show Notes  Church attendance has declined by 23% since 2000. In 2000 around 70% of Americans claimed to attend some kind of “house of worship.” In 2020 that number has declined to 47% Why? THIS Show is all about the “personness” of God, that God does have the same feelings as we. Suffering, mourning, joy, and exuberance—all are attributes of God… just rarely discussed Most people, Christians even, have been raised on perceptions of God that, although perhaps mostly true, are radically incomplete. In the USA, when most people think of God they imagine a punitive and angry old,...

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#216 Cara Raffele: Women’s Equality, Wellness and… Cannabis show art #216 Cara Raffele: Women’s Equality, Wellness and… Cannabis

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Show Notes  Our guest today, Cara Raffele, comes to us with vastly diverse experience as a change agent and growth driver. Cara is sought after as a trusted adviser to CEOs, investors, and boards of directors. She has earned this authority and influence through the successful launch of more than 30 companies. Yes. 32 companies. Cara began her career at the Orange County Register as a staff writer before diving into branding and communications for highly successful companies, including Ingram Micro, Toshiba America Information Systems, and City of Anaheim Public Utilities. Currently, Cara...

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#215 Anne Michaud Why They Stay: Sex Scandals and Hidden Agendas of 8 Political Wives show art #215 Anne Michaud Why They Stay: Sex Scandals and Hidden Agendas of 8 Political Wives

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Podcast Opening   We live in an unprecedented time of total disclosure of the personal lives of our politicians—male and female. But today we will discuss with Anne Michaud the stories of the wives of famous political men involved in serial sex scandals and deeply held personal agendas. The question frequently asked about these women Is “Why do they stay with such philanderers?” Common responses range from weakness to a misguided drive for some sort of personal advantage. Anne Michaud very aptly clarifies the motivations, strategies, and tactics of these women in her truly...

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My guest today is Lisa Komisza, fitness expert extraordinaire who describes herself as a peak performance personal fitness trainer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, and Fitness Nutrition Specialist, certified by the National Association of Sports Medicine. 

Lisa and I talk a lot about how to stay fit when you hate gyms! You’ll still need to exercise and watch your diet, but Lisa gives excellent feedback on staying fit without trying to be a body-builder.

As an advanced trainer working with clients of all ages and athletic ability, Lisa was recognized company-wide as “Trainer of the Year” for all The Sports Club LA locations nationally for Four consecutive years. She is consistently the top ranked trainer at a highly exclusive club in Orange County and received the “Lifetime Achievement” award for ten plus years of excellence.  

Lisa’s areas of expertise include bodybuilding, body sculpting, eating disorders, weight loss, peak athletic performance, endurance, corrective exercise, increased energy and overall wellness. And I might add unofficial psychologist—which we will talk about later.

She creates a personalized training program that allows her clients to reach their fitness goals in the shortest period of time, while creating healthy habits that will last a lifetime. 

Finally, Lisa has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, and is passionate about guiding her clients through a holistic approach to health and wellness with an emphasis on the integration of both physical and mental fitness.   

You can learn more from Lisa at www.Executivefitnesspros.com

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