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The Power of Change

The UnGrind

Release Date: 12/27/2018

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The UnGrind

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The UnGrind

Join us today to discuss the purpose of UnGrinding versus Grinding through life! Simple, fun, and empowering! 

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“Surrendering to life is easy when everything is going great”.   This week on the Grind Joey and Jason continue the discussion about surrendering to life and the different approaches to achieving that end. But first Joey explains the meaning of ‘Namaste’ a phrase often banded around with no awareness of its deeper connotations. And one that Joey and Jason started using at Soul Degree, so Joey explains the context of its regular use.   “Get your likes and dislikes out of your own way”.   Jason and Joey begin their conversation by talking about individual tolerances,...

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This week, The Grind focuses on some existential questions in this episode as Joey and Jason contemplate the future of the podcast itself. The guys start off by talking about the general feasibility of podcasting as a money-making tool and whether or not Joey and Jason can see a path for The Grind to reach that goal. They also reflect on the fact that most small businesses don’t make it 2 years, meaning it already has more longevity than most start-ups. Jason and Joey discuss how they have continued to learn by producing the show and they critique the lack of sufficient analytics on the...

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This episode of The Grind see’s Joey and Jason reflecting on the power of change in different aspects of their lives, they start by exploring future changes and themes that they foresee for 2019. Joey talks about curveballs, why you should always be ready for change and how you can fit that into your overall theme. Jason brings up patience and why it is important to not demand immediate change but be ready for when it finds you. Jason also discusses his theme for 2019 and why he chose family and focusing on what’s important.

 

“Things happen because they are supposed to happen”

 

The conversation takes a deeper turn as Joey and Jason begin to discuss different outlooks and how they can manifest different realities. Focusing on patience and peace, the guys emphasise the benefits of a perpetual optimism and how positivity creates a cyclical pattern of progress, while negativity can create the opposite effect. Following on from this, the guys talk about the acceleration of growth humanity is experiencing and how it is affecting people. Jason then asks Joey how he personally deals with big changes in his life, Joey explains how he thrives whilst things are in flux and probably welcomes change more than most.

 

“It makes it so you can look at 2019 and go, yeah! I can do this”.

 

The next topic of discussion is stress and how it can compound into anxiety, the guys go into how this can negatively affect you, what conditions can bring it about and what you can do to alleviate it. Joey talks about how some people find it more difficult to adapt than others, before going into what it means to be present and the benefits of reflecting in real time. Jason talks a bit about consumerism and people’s constantly increasing need for stuff, before commenting on how much less time parents have these days as a result of providing as much extra curricular activity as possible for their children. Finally, Jason and Joey discuss how to avoid burnout and how to detect it before it hits, before signing of for this week. Happy Holidays Grinders.

 

“It’s just as exciting to be where we are as where we are going”.

 

If you have enjoyed (or not enjoyed) this episode, Jason and Joey would be grateful if you would consider leaving a review on iTunes.

 

Remember the Name by Fort Minor (Warner Bros. Records and Machine Shop Recordings) acapella and musical tracks are licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 2.5 license and have been remixed for use in this show. All rights that are not expressly granted under this license are reserved by Fort Minor and/or Warner Bros. Records and/or Machine Shop Recordings.                              

 

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