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Mental Fitness

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Updated On: Jul 18, 2022
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Mentally Fit On this podcast, we’re talking with experts, thought leaders and people just like you and me — and we’re having open and honest conversations about everyday challenges and the skills that you can use to improve your Mental Health.
‎The Mental Fitness Show Welcome to The Mental Fitness Show. A show dedicated to helping you choose the thoughts and actions that are going to make you feel happy; long term and move you towards your goals.

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Psychology Of: Stress We hear about stress all the time, often saying and hearing others say, "I'm so stressed", but what is stress? Listen to these top podcasts discussing the psychology of stress, covering topics like the science of stress, where the body holds stress, stress management, and more. Vurbl Wellbeing & Happiness Audio
Dealing With And Overcoming Mental Health Challenges Your mental health influences how you think, feel, and behave in daily life. It also affects your ability to cope with stress, overcome challenges, build relationships, and recover from life’s setbacks and hardships.
I have curated on this playlists some of the best topics on mental health from some of the high-profile,thought-leaders,coaches,and mental health advocates/experts in the field of mental health like Maya Tersigni, Joy Larkin,Ray Brown, Amelia Zachry, Maree Ferguson, Arianna Zabriskie, Lauren Binaris,and others which is radically going to transform your mindset and move you closer to your desired level of mental wellness.
Why not sit back,relax,and grab a glass cup of Chilled juice and listen up!
Life Well Lived by Omobola Stephen
Best Mental Health Audio To Listen To Right Now Managing your mental health can be difficult to do on your own, and sometimes you might want help from a friend. While these podcast hosts may not know your name, they understand your struggle and want to help you get through it. They are therapists, mental health advocates, and other people suffering from mental illness who want to talk through and offer insight to people on how they take care of themselves. Includes audio and podcast creators like Dancing With Bipolar, The Positive Professional Podcast, Therapy For Black Girls, The Trauma Therapist, and more. Vurbl Audio Guides to Practicing Mindfulness, Mental Health, Self-Care & More
Best Mental Health Audio Advice To Take Care Of Your Mind Listen in to all the best tips, strategies,true life experiences, and professional advice/insights surrounding mental health here! Featuring clips from The Positive Professional Podcast, Unlocking Us with Brene Brown, The Hilarious World of Depression, and more.
This playlist also includes useful and actionable mental health advice and steps you can take inorder to take back control of your life today.
Go ahead and tune in!
Vurbl Wellbeing & Happiness Audio
Best Self-Help Audio on Vurbl Sit back, relax, and listen in on these self-help podcasts. Through guided meditations, herbal recommendations, spa nights, and other meditative methods, learn how to better take care of your mind and body in unique ways. Listen to this wide variety of perspectives to approach self-care from podcasts like The Positive Professional Podcast, The Overwhelmed Brain, and The Chalene Show. Especially in these stressful times, it's important to find moments of peace and mindfulness to maintain a happy and healthy life. Vurbl Audio Guides to Practicing Mindfulness, Mental Health, Self-Care & More
Best of Mental Health Topics Listen to some of the best informative audio moments from Mental Health Professionals and thought leaders. The Positive Professional Podcast
CONFESSION The deepest secret of your heart.

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It might picturing about how people suffered from toxicity, sadness, or struggling to find the meaning of life.

All related to psychology and mental health.
Sinner Thought Podcast
Relaxing Mindful Music The best relaxing music to help you unwind and sleep better. ‎The Gentle Yoga Warrior's Conscious Conversations Podcast
Best Audio Moments about Depression Listen to some of the best informative audio moments from mental health professionals and thought leaders discussing Depression and ways to cope. The Positive Professional Podcast
Best Podcast Audio Moments For Coping With Anxiety Listen to some of the best informative audio moments from mental health professionals and thought leaders discussing Anxiety and ways to cope. The Positive Professional Podcast

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Massage Therapy and Mental Health with Amy Applegate | MFM 133 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #109 Massage therapy and Mental Health



Did you know that massage therapy



✅ Lowers stress 🤯



✅ Decreases anxiety 😰



✅ Reduces irritability 😖



✅ Increases happiness by increasing brain serotonin and dopamine 😀🧠



It’s the perfect MIND•BODY•CONNECTION we can all benefit from to improve our overall health and performance. 



Join me and my co-host as we sit down with Amy Applegate a NC Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist and the owner of Eunoia Massage & Wellness, LLC in Charlotte, NC. Amy began her career as an LMBT back in 2019 and has worked with all ages, types of individuals, and levels of activity. This includes professional athletes and active individuals, to more sedentary individuals who just need to decompress. It is her mission to deliver high-quality therapeutic massage sessions that make real and achievable results happen. She is a massage therapist who also strives to educate and set individual goals and designs each session for the client’s best intentions and overall wellness. 







https://eunoiamassagetherapy.org/
Mental Fitness Disability Awareness On this week's episode of Mental Fitness, host Jillian LaFeir speaks with Rider University student, Bridget Gum Egan, about the stereotyping faced by people with disabilities in forming relationships and how able-bodied people can be better support systems.
Mental Fitness Acupuncture On this week's episode of Mental Fitness, host Jillian LaFeir sits down with Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist and Clinic Director of Old Bridge Acupuncturte, Greg Carey, to discuss the practice of acupuncture and its benefits.
84. ANNOUNCEMENT: I'm Going On A Massive Adventure - And you can come too... In December this year I'm off on a big adventure, for FOUR MONTHS!
It's all about encouraging connection. Connection with self, with the land and with others, all to increase your Mental Fitness.
Would love for you to join me for parts of it or help me out along the way.
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Thanks to Hannah for helping me out with this episode, check out her instagram: @hannahbaker.snaps
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Performance and Brain Nutrition with Dr. Shawn Talbott “Amare Global®” (The Gut-Brain Connection) [PART 1] | MFM 131 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #107 PLAY VIDEO BELOW













Have you ever heard the phrases, “gut feelings, trusting your heart, or trust your gut”? Well, guess what, they are so much more than phrases.



There is more and more science showing us that how we feel is not all in our heads, but also in our body, our gut, our heart, and our brain and it’s all interconnected.



The great news is, that the more optimal each one is, the better we feel and the better we perform.



Tune in as I sit down for a 2 part show with Dr. Shawn Talbott, a psycho-nutritionist who integrates nutrition, biochemistry, and psychology to help people feel, look and perform better. We talk Performance and Brain Nutrition and ways you can begin to optimize your health and start performing at your peak today!! Join us for our 90 days to Peak Mental Fitness journey!







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Performance and Brain Nutrition with Dr. Shawn Talbott “Amare Global®” (The Gut-Brain Connection) [PART 2] | MFM 132 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #108
Performance and Brain Nutrition with Dr. Shawn Talbott “Amare Global®” (The Gut-Brain Connection) [PART 2] | MFM 132 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #108 PLAY VIDEO BELOW













Have you ever heard the phrases, “gut feelings, trusting your heart, or trust your gut”? Well, guess what, they are so much more than phrases.



There is more and more science showing us that how we feel is not all in our heads, but also in our body, our gut, our heart, and our brain and it’s all interconnected.



The great news is, that the more optimal each one is, the better we feel and the better we perform.



Tune in as I sit down for a 2 part show with Dr. Shawn Talbott, a psycho-nutritionist who integrates nutrition, biochemistry, and psychology to help people feel, look and perform better. We talk Performance and Brain Nutrition and ways you can begin to optimize your health and start performing at your peak today!! Join us for our 90 days to Peak Mental Fitness journey!







AMARE GLOBAL® NOW $10 OFF WITH CODE: 73849 CLICK HERE
















MEFS Cutting Edge Nutritional System









Performance and Brain Nutrition with Dr. Shawn Talbott “Amare Global®” (The Gut-Brain Connection) [PART 1] | MFM 131 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #107
83. The MOST Frequent Question I Get Asked... How Do I Help Someone I Love With Depression? I've just come back from 6 talks in 6 days... I got asked this question at every talk and almost every other talk I've ever done.
The answer I have probably isn't what you think, but it's the only answer I've seen work.
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82. What Are Some Of The Choices That Made You? Jimi takes a few minutes to reflect on some of the choices that made him who he is today. The most influential one definitely isn't the most obvious one.
And he also challenges you to take a look at some of you own choices so that you can better make some in order to change your own future.

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Free Yourself by Saying “NO” | MFM 130 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #106 Have yall ever said “yes” to do something and immediately thought, why in the world did I agree to do that? You’re already overbooked, you really don’t want to go, but because you don’t want to let anyone down or hurt their feelings you say yes anyway or maybe you just think if you don’t do the task, someone else may mess it up.



Whatever the reason, now, you’re stressed out, in a bad mood, up all night, dreading the moments of preparing for whatever you just agreed to, and really wish you were spending your time and energy elsewhere.



We’ve all been there, right? I want to talk about how to free ourselves from these unnecessaries burdens and weights by saying no to some things that are not serving us. If you want to be happier, have more mental energy and clarity, have more joy, and feel freer, then learning how to say no to these 10 things can free up space in your mind, environment, and life.



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Mental Fitness Body Image On this week's episode of Mental Fitness host Jillian LaFeir sits down with Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Meredith O'Brien, body dysmorphia and the potential treatment methods.
81. SEXOLOGIST MORGAN PENN - Differing Libidos & How To Deal With That In A Relationship Jimi and Libby have a three-way chat with Somatic Sexologist Morgan Penn in this no-holds-barred episode. They dive deep into one of the most common issues couples face in a relationship - Sexual Desire Discrepancy (SDD).
Speaking openly and frankly and drawing from their own personal experiences, Morgan helps Jimi and Libby understand where SDD can stem from and dishes out some excellent (and FUN!) practical tips, tools and techniques to help narrow the divide between their sexual appetites.
Morgan expertly guides our hosts to ask themselves some thought-provoking questions that will allow them to work together to enhance their relationship both physically and mentally and enjoy each other’s company for many years to come.
Website: https://www.morganpenn.co.nz/
Instagram:@morganthesexologist
Books Mentioned: The Body Keeps the Score - Bessel van der Kolk

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Men’s Mental Health Matters | MFM 129 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #105 Research from a men’s health charity MOVEMBER looked at 2 words that have a big psychological impact on why men aren’t speaking up.



MAN UP Over 47% of men ages 18-34 feel pressure to be manly or masculine. And to maintain this appearance of masculineness, the research finds that 38% of men do not talk to others about their feelings and almost 3 in 10 have never cried or showed emotion in front of others.



5 major Mental Health Problems affecting Men. The science of male mental healthReasons men don’t talk.Tips to get the men in your life to talk and/share…



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Sleep and Mental Health | Mental Health Series | MFM 128 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #104 Sleep and mental health. Have you ever been so exhausted that your brain feels foggy, you feel sluggish and tired, you’re moody and it’s difficult to think clearly and handle your emotions?



There has been a lot of research around this topic, and we can confirm that Mental Health disorders tend to make it difficult for people to sleep well at the same time, poor sleep, including insomnia, can be a contributing factor to the beginning worsening of mental health problems.



Sleep, Mental Health, and the Brain



Research shows that if you’re sacrificing sleep is linked to:



* High blood pressure * A weakened immune system * Weight gain* A lack of libido * Mood swings* Paranoia * Depression and a higher risk of* Diabetes* Stroke* Heart attack * Dementia and some cancers



Sleep is where the brain gets a chance to, reset and recover and prepare for the next day. Brain activity during sleep has an impact on our mental and emotional health.



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Neurofeedback and Mental Health | Mental Health Series | MFM 127 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #103 What if neurons can deteriorate or enhance your mental health? How would that change your life if your brain and body working for your instead of against you? – Life-changing right?



Well, all those things and more are so possible through a process known as neurofeedback.



In today’s show, I talk about neurons, neurofeedback, and mental health. As I mentioned last week, your brain is like a muscle, something that can be strengthened and trained for peak performance and now that we know from our brain map, the areas of our brain that are working at their best, but also the areas of our brain that can benefit from training, one of the most powerful, and long-lasting ways that we can begin to train our brain and create new pathways is through neurofeedback training.



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Understanding Mental Health | Mental Health Series | MFM 126 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #102 WATCH VIDEO – PLAY THE VIDEO BELOW













Understand mental health, as May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Millions of Americans today experience Mental Health symptoms and oftentimes go unaddressed until a time of crisis. . Building a mental fitness toolbox allows people an opportunity to increase resilience and better adapt to the stressors and demands of life.



WHAT IS MENTAL HEALTH



Gain a deeper understanding of what Mental Health is and the new sciences, technologies, and strategies that are being by Navy Seals, Olympic athletes, top Mental Health clinics, and entrepreneurs to build mental fitness and create pathways to improving overall mental well-being.



BRAIN MAPPING FOR MENTAL HEALTH



Brain mapping and Mental Health. Just like a phone repair is able to ask a couple of questions to run a few diagnostic measures to rule some things out, well think about brain mapping in the same way. It’s a tool that allows us to see what is exactly going on in your brain that could be causing you to feel some of the symptoms you may be reporting.



IN THE 21st CENTURY



It’s no longer enough as professionals to just go based on symptom reporting. We need assessments and tools that look at physiology we need to start training in the 21st century if we want to be optimal and mentally healthy.



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80. You DON'T Pray For Outcomes - Here's why... Around 9 years ago, Jimi and Libby attended a seminar on Unconditional Love presented by an Ananda devotee. A five-word sentence in that talk profoundly changed Jimi’s thinking forever - You don’t pray for outcomes.
Jimi explains the impact this sentence has had on how he deals with all of the challenges and difficult situations he faces and how can use it to do the same.
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Mental Fitness Art Therapy On this week's episode of Mental Fitness, host Jillian LaFeir speaks with owner of Paint the Stars Art Therapy, Robyn Schindler, to discuss art therapy and its benefits.
79. LOVE ARCHETYPES - And how they influence all your relationships... Following on from the ever-popular Love Languages episode, Jimi and Libby dive even deeper into the realms of love in intimate relationships, this time discussing Love Archetypes - aka the personal attributes you bring to a relationship and how they impact the decisions you make and how you treat those around you.
Revealing their own love archetypes they dissect the benefits and pitfalls of each type and talk about how being on complete opposite ends of the spectrum helps them work together to find the best ways to share a life together.
They explain how an understanding of your own and your partner’s love archetype can be a useful tool for your relationship. Love Archetypes are not hard-wired and discovering which ones work well in a relationship and which ones don’t can help you make the changes you need to curate a loving, mutually beneficial and more honest relationship that allows each of you to be the best version of yourself, for yourself and for each other.

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Mental Fitness Sports Psychology On this week's episode of Mental Fitness, host Jillian LaFeir talks with Dr. Lonnie Sarnell about sports psychology: what it is and what the benefits are.
Mental Fitness Stomp Out Stigma On this week's episode of Mental Fitness, host Jillian LaFeir sits down with Zaire Cone, Rider University Counseling Center's Graduate Assistant, to discuss the importance of Stomping Out Stigma when discussing our mental health.
Mental Fitness Drug Prevention On this week's episode of Mental Fitness, host Jillian LaFeir talks with The Mercer Council on Alcoholism and Drug Addiction's Drug Free Communities Coordinator: Ruth Del Pino, about the correlation between recreational drug use and mental health.
Mental Fitness Float Therapy On this week's episode of Mental Fitness, host Jillian LaFeir is joined by Floatopia's Director, Melinda McEvoy, to discuss the practice of Float Therapy and its benefits.
74. DEATH - And why we should talk about it for our Mental Fitness... Death is inevitable. It’s one of life’s few certainties, and yet it is a topic that most of us shy away from discussing.
In this episode, Jimi and Libby talk about their own perspectives on death, their fears, their responses and how this has impacted their relationship together.
They discuss some of the unique practices that people around the world adopt to embrace the notion of death, including fake funerals, keeping skulls in your house and death meditations as well as psychological tools to help overcome death anxiety and cultivate death accpetance.
They also delve into how having a healthy attitude towards death - your own, or someone else’s - can boost enjoyment of other facets of your life and improve your overall mental fitness.
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Links:
Nick Wignall
https://nickwignall.com/fear-of-death-and-death-anxiety/
Drs. Patricia Furer and John Walker - Book
https://www.booktopia.com.au/treating-health-anxiety-and-fear-of-death-patricia-furer/book/9781441922489.html
Deans doco: Korea's Fake Funerals
75. GRATITUDE as a SUPERPOWER! When someone asks you what Superpower you would choose; you would probably go for something like invisibility, x-ray vision or the ability to fly, right?
What if there was a superpower that was actually available to us and not just in a make-believe comic book universe?
In this episode, Jimi explains why he considers (and many scientific studies prove) gratitude to be a real-life superpower and that simply by cultivating more gratitude in your life you can access a myriad of mental, spiritual and physical benefits.
He details many of the ways you can cultivate gratitude, even if you’ve never tried before, and explains why, as humans, gratitude doesn’t always come naturally to us but why you 100% should add gratitude practice to your mental fitness toolbox.
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76. PROFESSOR JESSE BERING - SUICIDE; Why we kill ourselves and what we can do to stop it... TRIGGER WARNING: Discussion of suicide.
This is a positive and proactive discussion about suicide and it is a topic that should be discussed. But, if you are not in a good place right now or sensitive to the topic then please place your mental health first and go and seek help if needed.
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Jimi talks candidly with experimental psychologist, Professor Jesse Bering, a leading scholar, essayist and science writer specialising in evolution and human behaviour.
Focusing on Jesse’s most recent book; ‘Suicidal - Why We Kill Ourselves’, Jimi & Jesse have an honest and frank discussion about their own history with suicidal thoughts and what helped them get through.
They talk through some of the research about what causes people have suicidal ideations and urges and outlines some of the ways to help get through and overcome them.
A greatly important topic that needs to be discussed, suicidal thoughts affect a huge, and perhaps surprising, percentage of the population at some point. It’s a uniquely human phenomenon, it all depends on what we do with them.
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77. WHY do we cheat on our relationships? It’s estimated that 40% of marriages and 25% of all relationships experience infidelity. And these numbers are quite likely to be low compared to reality.
Why is cheating so prevalent? Who’s doing it and what are the two main reasons that drive people to step outside of their relationship?
We all know that cheating is a harmful behaviour that causes a lot of pain for everyone involved, so in this episode, Jimi and Libby get into the nitty-gritty of what causes people to cheat and how you can identify the warning signs BEFORE it happens. They talk about their own experiences with infidelity and discuss the steps you can take to bulletproof your relationship from cheating.
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78. NATHAN WALLIS - Creating Mentally Fit Kids Jimi is joined by renowned neuroscience educator Nathan Wallis and together they talk about mental fitness realting to children and adolescents.
Touching on a range of topics from technology and screentime, addictive personalities, behaviour modelling and why children need to learn to self-regulate, this chat helps offer parents and caregivers of young people some practical tips to help support them through the trials of life that teenagers undoubtedly will face.
Acknowledging that parents in today’s modern world have to walk a fine balance between providing financial stability by working and emotional and psychological stabiity by spending time with their children Nathan emphasises the importance of thh first 1,000 days of a child’s life.
But, if those days are long gone, he also offers some practical advice on what you can do to mitigate the issues that arise and help your child navigate their way up the mental fitness continuum.
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The transition from Athlete to Coaching with Kim Allen | MFM 125 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #101 Kim Allen was a member of the volleyball and basketball teams starting on each team all four years and was named All-Conference in both sports. Allen graduated with honors in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. Kim went on to attain a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix and works within the financial services industry, but her love of sports and her desire to teach kids basketball and volleyball led her to become a coach at the middle school and 



Kim currently coaches the Lincoln Charter Varsity Girls basketball team and has been at the helm for the past 7 years and has compiled a record of 117 – 53, with 6 Conference Championships, 4 Conference Tournament Championships, 4 Coach of the Year Awards, 3 Player of the Year Awards and a host of All-Conference Awards.



Although Kim has had much success and coached many girls that have gone on to play at the collegiate levels, her greatest joy is to be able to “Pay it forward,” providing a child with the same opportunity and guidance that was given to her. Teaching and aligning life skills with sports in order to help young students reach their dreams is a job she proudly accepts.
73. GRIEF (and how to overcome it...) with Dr John McEwen Returning to the podcast once again is one of Jimi’s favourite human beings of all time, the person who he credits as helping him make the very first moves up the mental fitness continuum, Dr John McEwen.
In this episode, they dive deep into the waters of grief.
Death is inevitable and grief can appear in many forms throughout our lives. It’s unavoidable, but are we handling it well as a society? And how do we move forward when we’re experiencing grief?
Jimi and John discuss how to move through grief in an active way, not letting it consume us or become part of our identity.
They offer effective, actionable steps to take to process grief and the feelings and emotions that come with it.
They talk about the difference between pain and suffering and how understanding that difference that can impact our ability to move through grief.
Believing that grief is a gift, John explains how to build on what grief teaches us, not wallowing in the emotion - as he so eloquently puts it:
“Let the grief educate the life.”
“The active processing of pain is that we are dealing with it, and we’re confronting it and we're being honest with ourselves and with the pain.
Suffering is ‘oh, woe is me’. I think suffering is defined in terms of narcissism where we’re starting to get ‘secondary gain’ so rather than recovering, we’re getting, actually, a gain by being debilitated.”

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Links: drstress.co.nz/
Mental Fitness Pet Therapy On this week's episode of Mental Fitness, host Jillian LaFeir sits down with Pet Therapist and Vice President of Angel on a Leash JoAnn Kirk to discuss the benefits of Pet Therapy.
72. DEAL BREAKERS & CORE VALUES - How they can shape your life... What are deal-breakers and why is knowing what yours are so important?
Join Jimi as he explains what deal-breakers are, how to identify yours, whether they be in your intimate relationships, friendships or even your work environment and how having a clear understanding of where you draw the line can benefit your mental fitness.
Using his own deal-breakers as an example, Jimi outlines some simple exercises that you can do to understand not only why we need deal-breakers, but also how they can help us identify what we truly value in life which leads to making better choices to help your life head in the direction that YOU choose and move you up the mental fitness continuum.
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71. TEN Things We've Learned From Ten Years Together - Relationship Episode Recorded exactly ten years to the day after the BEST FIRST DATE EVER™️ today’s episode sees Jimi and Libby discussing the top 10 (+/-) things they have learned during their ten years together.
What lessons have they learned along the way? What is their top advice to others who want to foster fulfilling relationships? What does it take to have a healthy, mutually beneficial partnership?
Listen, to find out the answers and learn how to apply some of the lessons they have learned during their ten years together to make your own relationships bloom.
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Mental Fitness Hypnotherapy On this week's episode of Mental Fitness, host Jillian LaFeir is joined by certified clinical hypnotherapist Damian Miller to discuss the benefits of hypnotherapy.
70. Overcoming FEAR with Dr Amy Silver Dr Amy Silver joins Jimi as this week’s expert guest to talk about Fear. A psychologist specialising in helping people manage their emotions for high performance, Dr Amy has written an award-winning and best-selling book ‘The Loudest Guest - How to Control and Change your relationship with Fear’.
We can be courageous in some areas of our life but not in others. We all sit with a natural level of fear which may be helpful and keep us safe but some fear may be simply keeping us from moving forward.
In this 60 minute episode, they discuss the difference between necessary/healthy fear and the type of fear that stops us in our tracks.
As Amy sees it, there are two ways to manage fear; taking small, baby steps or big, giant leaps and throughout this episode she imparts a ton of excellent, practical advice on how to manage fear and helps us understand which approach to undertake in different situations.
They delve into how to have courageous conversations and Jimi tells Amy what his greatest fear is. He also talks about how he manages his smaller fears and why that helps his mental fitness.
If you enjoyed today’s episode please consider leaving a review, subscribing or sharing it with a friend.
Have questions? Comments? Want to book Jimi to come and speak? Visit jimihunt.com
Instagram: @thejimihunt
Email: jimi at jimihunt dot com
Thanks for listening! We love that you’re here.
Mental Fitness Rider Nutrition On this week's episode of Mental Fitness, host Jillian LaFeir speaks with Rider University's Registered Dietitian, Amy Schaub, and Dietetic Intern, Jackie Leszcynski about how proper nutrition can benefit your mental health.
Own Your Energy, with Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner Nanna Rivers | MFM 124 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #100 Own your energy. Energy is everything!!! Did you know that your thoughts carry a vibrational frequency?



They are either building you up or holding you back. Understanding what energy means and how you are using energy can give you a lot of information on how you are showing up in your space.



Start Owning Your Energy



Own your energy today by learning how you can INCREASE your ability to SHIFT your own energy and the energy of those around you!



Nanna Rivers, Energy Leadership Master Practitioner, and Certified Coach have some amazing tips and tools to help you



✅ Assess how you show up energetically in various parts of your life ✅ Lead people (including yourself) to take POSITIVE, PRODUCTIVE, and SUSTAINABLE action ✅ Increase your SELF-AWARENESS



And OWN YOUR ENERGY improving your PERFORMANCE in ✅ Business ✅ Sports ✅ Life



About Nana Rivers



Nanna is a big ball of ENERGY, love, light, and peace. Physically, Nanna shows up in the world as a mother, life partner, friend, CEO of Own Your Energy and Nanna Rivers Coaching, Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner, Certified Professional Coach, Reiki Master Teacher, Meditation Teacher, Speaker, Women’s Basketball Hall Of Fame, European Professional Basketball Champion, Division 1 Women’s Basketball Collegiate Coach, NC State Women’s Basketball Player, and a NCAA Division 1 Basketball Referee.




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69. BENCHMARKING your Mental Fitness (And why it's SO important!) Benchmarking your fitness is easy! We’re able to measure our physical fitness in a myriad of ways and there are countless options and apps available to input and analyse our health and fitness data. We can use this data to make informed decisions about how and where we want to go with our fitness journey…
But what about measuring and quantifying our mental fitness? What apps and resources exist to allow us insight into how we are functioning mentally and to allow us to track our progress up the mental fitness continuum?
In this episode, Jimi explains just why benchmarking our mental fitness progress is so important and he provides some useful tips and resources to help get you on the right track.
If you enjoyed today’s episode please consider leaving a review, subscribing or sharing it with a friend.
Have questions? Comments? Want to book Jimi to come and speak? Visit jimihunt.com
Instagram: @thejimihunt
Email: jimi at jimihunt dot com
Thanks for listening! We love that you’re here.
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NOTES:
Karen Nimmo’s Self-Test: Medium.com/KarenNimmosTest
How to Activate Your Awesome with Michelle Campbell | MFM 123 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #99 How to Activate Your Awesome with Michelle Campbell. Michele is an international Employability Expert, motivational speaker, and change-maker who is building the world’s most empowering academy to connect 1 million young people to their tapestry of awesomeness and create the most successful future.



25 years of experience in HR, recruitment, and coaching graduates through to CEOs across multiple industries, Michelle is passionate about connecting young people to the awesomeness they hold within.
Mental Fitness - Callie Bevacqua On this week's episode of Mental Fitness, host Jillian LaFeir is joined by Callie Bevacqua, Rider University's yoga instructor, as she talks about the mental health benefits of practicing yoga.
68. How to GROW TOGETHER as a couple... Seeking growth as an individual can lead to some serious enrichment in any relationship and Jimi and Libby are back with another episode to get into what it means to grow together as a couple.
They talk about how they see their roles in each others’ growth, how their individual growth experiences shape their way forward together and they touch on how they navigate the not-so-pretty side of it all.
They also offer some sound advice on how to communicate within a relationship whether there is mutual growth or one person doing it alone and what to do if you don’t have a partner who is supportive of your growth and not interested in their own.
Sometimes it’s okay to grow apart, but if you’d like to learn how to grow together - this episode might hold some of the answers for you.
If you enjoyed today’s episode please consider leaving a review, subscribing or sharing it with a friend.
Have questions? Comments? Want to book Jimi to come and speak? Visit jimihunt.com
Instagram: @thejimihunt
Email: jimi at jimihunt dot com
Thanks for listening! We love that you’re here.
Youth Preparing for Life Beyond Sports, Under Pressure | Athletes Series | MFM 122 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #98 Our student athletes, are more than athletes, so having a system in place where the “whole person” is being cared for is crucial and it starts at a young age.



There are a lot of pressures and stressors for our youth to “have it figured out” and the reality is, their interests and skill sets will evolve and change over time and that’s a good thing.



About Juontonio Pinckney, founder of “Professionals Beyond the Game”



Juontonio has a deep passion for talent development and helping people bring out the best in themselves and others. He is the founder of two companies located in Fort Mill, SC, Professionals Beyond the Game and Titanium Ops LLC.



Juontonio gained more than 20 years of experience in the education and financial technology industry encompassing HR consulting and training, international financial services, portfolio management, public school administration, and school counseling. Prior to starting his own businesses, Juontonio served as a nonprofit executive responsible for leading the implementation of new programs and services.



Juontonio holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a Master’s Degree in School Counseling and Educational Leadership from Winthrop University. As an undergraduate student-athlete, he was a four-year letterman, co-captain, and member of the two-time Big South Champion Men’s Basketball team. He earned his MBA from Wake Forest University and is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Scrum Master (CSM), and Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach.



Juontonio and his wife have a son and a daughter. Juontonio loves spending time with family, traveling, and officiating basketball.







https://www.pbtg.org/
How To Lead From Your Best Self with Valerie Franco (Mindful Leadership) | MFM 121 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #97 How To Lead From Your Best Self with Valerie Franco. Valerie is the president of Valerie Franco Leadership solutions who is passionate about helping high-level leaders engage with people in new ways to foster working relationships that last. Effective leaders change the world for good through empowering others and achieving monumental tasks, but we are not born knowing how to do it. Over the years she’s honed critical leadership tools that she shares with others and that she will share with us today.







Lead From Your Best Self



What we cover in this video:



* How can you help?* Tell us about you, your journey* What does mental fitness mean to you and how do you stay mentally fit* Lets talk about leadership coaching, what is your role as a coach, how do you help* How do you become an effective leader? How do you teach that to companies and organizations* What are some of the challenges that leaders face, especially now* What does it mean to lead from your best self?* Leading from our best selves allows us to be in better control over our emotions, mental state and how we show up* What does it mean to be a mindful leader* What does good leadership look like now? During this pandemic?* What tips or strategies or tools would you suggest for someone looking to lead better, where should they start.



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VALERIE FRANCO WEBSITE
67. GROUNDING for Mental Fitness with NIGEL BEACH Jimi is joined once again by good friend and Human Performance Consultant, Nigel Beach to dig into grounding. Also known as Earthing, they discuss the science behind the practice and outline some of the profound systemic benefits of grounding and how it can improve our physical and mental fitness.
Calling it the single most effective modality that he has used for his health, Nigel draws from his personal experience and as well as the experiences of some of his clients including elite level athletes, to espouse the wide and significant physiological benefits of grounding while also explaining how simple it is to do.
They talk about some of the negative effects on our physiology when we are not grounded and how numerous studies have shown that approximately 95% of disease states and poor mental health states come from inflammation. Nigel explains why he approaches the prescription of grounding from an inflammation point of view when assessing and assisting his clients.
Listen to discover how doing something as simple as putting your bare feet onto the earth can have a massively beneficial impact on your overall wellbeing and find out some of Nigel’s top recommendations for how to incorporate grounding into your own mental fitness toolbox.
If you enjoyed today’s episode please consider leaving a review or sharing it with a friend.
Have questions? Comments? Want to book Jimi to come and speak? Visit jimihunt.com
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Thanks for listening! We love that you’re here.
EPISODE LINKS:
Nigel's preferred grounding mat for sleep: https://betterearthing.com.au/product-category/earthing-sleep/ Use the code: NZelement10 - get 10% off.
Clint Ober https://www.ultimatelongevity.com/earthing-grounding/clint-ober.shtml
Study: Penn State University
https://www.psu.edu/news/research/story/electrical-grounding-technique-may-improve-health-outcomes-nicu-babies/
Blood Test Nigel mentions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q31UfsdKdhc
Mental Fitness Nancy Bergen In this episode of Mental Fitness, host Justin Riebman, is joined by Nancy Bergen, Superintendent of Recreation for Lawrence Township, to talk about the different recreation programs they have to offer and their impact on mental health.
66. A WISE man once said... Jimi always wanted to be the smartest person in the room. Thinking that being intelligent was the key to being liked and respected, Jimi pursued learning ALL OF THE THINGS but over time, came me to realise that being smart isn’t the be all and end all and that, in fact, developing wisdom is the key to moving up the mental fitness continuum and living a mentally fitter life.
Chatting with Libby, Jimi explores what exactly it means to be wise and imparts some of his own wisdom on the subject.
The good news is, you don’t have to memorise the entire set of questions in a Trivial Pursuit game (as Jimi has discovered first-hand) but by trying out some of the fourteen different ways that you can become wiser that Jimi outlines in this episode you might be on your way to wearing a loin cloth at the top of a mountain.
If you enjoyed today’s episode please consider leaving a review.
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Thanks for listening! We love that you’re here.
Living a “Whole Life” with Latice Crawford (Part 2/2) | MFM 120 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #96 In part 2 of Living a WHOLE LIFE with Celebrity Recording Artist, Certified Life Coach, and founder of Whole Life, LATICE Crawford shares how tragedy led her to WHOLE LIFE and how she’s using her own healing journey to support others.



The healing journey to a “Whole Life”



After a long battle with depression and social anxiety, Crawford decided to take her power back by going on a healing journey which led her to “Whole Life”.



Founded in March 2020 by Crawford, the mission of “Whole Life” is to empower women to walk in their power and freedom.



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WATCH PART 1 HERE











LEARN MORE ABOUT LATICE







https://www.laticecrawfordonline.com/











http://www.facebook.com/LATICECRAWFORDhttp://www.twitter.com/LaticeCrawford
Mental Fitness: Rider Counseling Center Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Jonah Friedman (Counselling Intern), Erica Johnson (Doctorial intern), and Jill Seleski (Doctoral Intern) from the Rider Counseling Center joins host Justin Riebman to speak about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and its effects on college students.
Living a “Whole Life” with Latice Crawford (Part 1/2) | MFM 119 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #95 Living a whole life with Latice Crawford, a recording artist, certified life coach, and founder of “Whole Life” to empower women to walk in their power and freedom.



Best known as a finalist on Season 2 of BET’s hit show “Sunday Best”, is finding new ways to expand her ministry outside of the music industry. Rather than reinvent herself, she’s changing the game by using her platform to share her testimony. Not only through song, but as an advocate for mental and emotional well-being. Her transparency about her struggles as a single mother as well as her battle with mental and emotional health has encouraged others on their healing journey as well.



The healing journey to a “Whole Life”



After a long battle with depression and social anxiety, Crawford decided to take her power back by going on a healing journey which led her to “Whole Life”.



Founded in March 2020 by Crawford, the mission of “Whole Life” is to empower women to walk in their power and freedom.







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LEARN MORE ABOUT LATICE







https://www.laticecrawfordonline.com/











http://www.facebook.com/LATICECRAWFORDhttp://www.twitter.com/LaticeCrawford
Heart-Mind Connection, a Jaw-Dropping Story | MFM 118 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #94 February is Heart Health Month. This is a very special month to take the time to recognize not only the importance of heart health but the factors that can contribute to heart disease and heart-related concerns.



Watch the JAW-DROPPING STORY of Erica and her older sister Penny. An INCREDIBLE story about her journey through a SERIOUS HEART-MIND Connection issue. This is a must-know story. Learn and avoid serious health issues (heart attacks) involving yourself and/or your loved ones.



There is scientific research that shows there is a link between mind and emotions and heart health and the American heart association put out a scientific study around this topic and the link between psychological health and cardiovascular health.



The American heart association also recommends that as a part of our preventative screening for heart health we do a depression inventory because the link between depression and heart health is so strong.



Research shows there are so many factors negative and positive that can influence our cardiovascular health.



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64. LILO THE WAIKATO - 10 YEARS ON - Lessons Learned, paths changed... A special two part episode where Libby interviews Jimi about his first major public adventure and how it completely changed his life and shaped his future. Jimi talks about some of the lessons he learned in the build up and on the adventure itself.

LINKS:
Watch the doco or read the book; jimihunt.com/lilothewaikato/
Follow Jimi on Instagram: @thejimihunt
65. How Jimi went from MILITANT ATHEIST to OPEN MINDED LEARNER - The Dead Body Story Every journey starts somewhere, for Jimi, his search for universal truths started on a sand bank in NZ's longest river because five women had told him he would end up there.
This story is the catalyst for Jimi's Mental Fitness journey. The lessons learned here opened him up to a much bigger world than he ever imagined. Hopefully these lessons may help you along your journey as well...

LINKS:
Lilo Doco
Lilo Book
Jimi's Instagram
Mental Fitness Stephen Barclay Personal Trainer Personal Trainer and host of Your Body At Work Podcast Stephen Barclay speaks about the mental health benefits of having a personal trainer.
63. MUDITA - How to cultivate unselfish joy as an antidote to jealousy and envy... If we're only celebrating our own successes then we're severely limiting how much joy we can experience. Mudita is a concept that can teach you how to find joy in other people's well-being and good fortune; it really is a mental fitness life hack to massively increase our levels of joy and makes the world better for everyone!
Mental Fitness Sports Betting Felicia Grondin, Executive Director on The Council of Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey speaks about sports gambling addiction and ways to seek help.
62. CLAIRE ROBBIE - The School of Modern Meditation Jimi talks meditation with the founder of the School of Modern Meditation, Claire Robbie. They discuss the why's of meditation and how it has shaped their lives as well as the how's of the actual practice.
The ability to observe your thoughts is the top of Jimi's Mental Fitness pyramid, without this vital skill it is very, very hard to create personal growth and change. This is the podcast that can show you how to do it.
Mental Health Check-In | New Mentality PC | MFM 117 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #93 << CLICK HERE FOR YOUR “MENTAL HEALTH CHECK-IN” REPORT >>







We are truly in a state of crisis as it relates to mental health in America right now and it’s not going anywhere. It’s been here for quite some time and it’s getting louder and louder and the real question is…Are we listening?



Another question, I often ask myself as a licensed mental health clinical and mental fitness consultant is do we even know how to assess how we’re doing from a personal mental health perspective, let alone being able to recognize a mental health concern or emergency in our loved ones and others?





It’s time to talk about mental health and go a little deeper into some of the questions and signs that you can ask yourself so that you can begin to make it a habit of checking in on your mental health.





Stay tuned to the end of the show, as I will be sharing some ways that we can naturally support our mental wellness, improving our energy levels and mood. I think no matter where we are, we should all have tools in place to support our mental health.



On today’s show, I’m going to talk specifically to help you ask the questions for yourself so that you know if there is some underlying anxiety, depression, or suicidal thoughts that need to be addressed and a closer eye.



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Four health tips of the day Here are tips that will help you go through the day
Mental Fitness Rider Counseling Spring 2022 Services Jonah Friedman, Zaire Cone, and Erica Johnson share what services the Rider Counseling Center is offering for the Spring 2022 semester.
61. Soothe Don't Solve - A Simple Yet Powerful Lesson Three words that can change the way you deal with your problems. In this episode Jimi explains how and why he's used them over the years and the profound impact the lesson has make in his life.
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From Athlete to Business Owner | Athletes Series | MFM 116 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #92 Kyla Browne was a freshman at the University of Hartford when COVID hit. She shares her story of having to make a life-changing decision as she knew her passion was to help people, but also live a life in fitness and wellness.



In this show, Kyla shares how online school and that learning style was not easy for her, which forced her to have to think about other options. Kyla made the decision to leave school and not return after her freshman and pursue personal training. She got her personal training licenses and started her business “Browne Girl Stride, LLC.



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Mental Fitness Felicia Grondin Felicia Grondin, Executive Director on The Council of Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey speaks about gambling addiction and ways to seek help.
60. The THREE LOVES THEORY How many ways are there to love? According to research by Helen Fisher; the answer is three.
Jimi and Libby discuss each of the ways that love can be experienced and reveal a little about the impact each one has had on their relationships past and present.
They explain how to identify what stage you are in and discover the pros and cons of each stage and how they can enhance (or take away from) your relationship and by extension your mental fitness.
Links and references: https://helenfisher.com/
If you enjoyed today’s episode please consider leaving a review.
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Thanks for listening! We love that you’re here.
Hepatitis Here are three ways to prevent hepatitis
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AM #9 - Negotiate Like Derek Gaunt, Former DC Hostage Negotiator Derek Gaunt will share one key tactic with you on today’s Absolutely Mindset podcast that will transform your conversations.  He learned this tactic over decades of service as DC's lead hostage negotiator.That tactic will serve you very well in both the business world and in life. As the author of Ego, Authority, Failure©,  consider Derek your personal coach and negotiation trainer for emotional intelligence.That tactic is called labeling. Mastering the skill of labeling tobetter communicate with hostage takers became Derek’s passion early on.  Enjoy the show!## Hi there! I’m your host Ewell Smith.  We’re talking with entrepreneurs and business leaders who share their journeys from start to success to guide you.   Visit EwellSmith.com  to learn how to start and monetize your own blog in 7 steps.   While there, grab a free copy of my book It's Bloggable!
59. How to EXPECT NOTHING! The literal key to happiness... In this episode, Jimi and Libby talk about expectations and the impact that they have on our mental fitness.
Jimi reveals one of his favourite quotes, which has become a mantra that he aspires to live by and they get into the techniques that we can all use to manage our expectations of ourselves and others and how being aware of why we have certain expectations can help us live a more fulfilled and balanced life and improve our mental fitness.
If you enjoyed today’s episode please consider leaving a review.
Have questions? Comments? Want to book Jimi to come and speak? Visit jimihunt.com
Instagram @thejimihunt Email jimi@jimihunt.com
Thanks for listening! We love that you’re here.
Mental Fitness Stacy Estelle Stacy Estelle, Program Director of Camp Fire New Jersey speaks about the different services offered there and how they benefit mental health.
58. Paul Glezer - Creating Better Fathers Jimi chats with Paul Glezer, Founder and Head Coach of Hero (hero.cm) about helping men become the best father they can possibly be.
They dig into where we are failing as fathers and Paul explains the techniques he uses with the dads that he works with to help them improve their physical and mental fitness and create healthy and rewarding relationships with their partners and children.
They discuss the tools and techniques that Paul prescribes for his dads and *spoiler alert* discover that it’s not just dads who can benefit from doing these.
Links and references:
Hero - ​​https://www.hero.cm/
Pavel Tsatsouline - Greasing the Groove
Basic Reset - https://www.jimihunt.com/basicreset/
New Year’s Mindset Resolutions with Chris Villani | MFM 115 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #91 New Year’s Mindset Resolutions with Chris Villani, Performance Strategist. Statistics show that 50% of resolutions makers will fail by the end of January.  



WHAT WE ARE COVERING



* Tell us a little about yourself and what’s led you into this space of peak performance and peak performance strategist* What does mental fitness mean to you?* New years resolutions (are you a fan, not a fan and where do people get stuck)* Goal setting vs. being intentional* Lets discuss and provide some strategies that people can use to start the year to kick their mindset into the right place and make mental fitness a priority * Discuss how you stay mentally fit, and how do you prepare yourself for the new year and keep your focus and energy throughout the year* What are you working on and how can people connect with you



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Christmas Interlude... Merry Christmas everyone... This is just a short message about boundaries, priorities and gratitude. Thank you for being here this year. I love you all.
Mental Fitness Dr. Gagandeep Singh Dr. Gagandeep Singh, Owner, Executive, and Medical Director at the Center For Wellness of NJ speaks about the different mental health services the Center For Wellness of NJ offers.
Mental Fitness Dan Maida and Jonah Friedman 11/30 Dan Maida and Jonah Friedman from the Rider Counseling Center speak on how to manage stress during final exams.
Keeping “My Peace”, with ESPN Analyst LaChina Robinson (PART 1/2) | MFM 113 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #89 Keeping my peace with China Robinson, the award-winning ESPN Basketball Analyst, and entrepreneur is one of the most recognizable faces and voices in men and women’s basketball. LaChina Robinson sits down with Tracy Alston, and shares her journey thus far, and shares how one of the biggest mental health challenges of her lifetime, was one of the most pivotal moments in her life, thrusting her forward into the most amazing times of her journey thus far. LaChina talks further about what mental fitness means to her focus on mental health, self-care, and soul-care to remain mentally fit and perform at her peak.



LaChina Robinson is one of the most recognizable voices and faces of men and women’s basketball.



She’s a visionary She’s a game-changer She’s a student of the game She is kind, thoughtful and generous She’s an inspiration to so many She is love She is light She’s courageous She’s bold, beautiful & unique She has the ability to see what others can’t She adds value to any room she’s in Shes humble She’s driven She’s focused She’s intentional



She’s so many amazing things to so many people and I’m honored that she is going to give us her time and the opportunity to dive inside her journey, mindset, habits and heart.















A star among stars



LaChina Robinson is an award-winning basketball analyst for ESPN having served for 12 seasons of college basketball and entering her 15th season of WNBA coverage across various networks throughout her career including ESPN, Turner, and Fox. Her work around women’s basketball as an analyst, host, and reporter spans a wide range of Collegiate and WNBA events during the regular season, NCAA Tournament, Final Four, Playoffs, Finals, and Draft coverage. In 2018 Robinson received high honors as the recipient of the Dawn Staley Excellence in Broadcasting Award, followed by the prestigious Mel Greenberg award in 2021 given annually to a member of the media or sports communications professional who has best displayed a commitment to women’s basketball and to advancing the role of the media in the women’s game. In the 30 years of the award’s existence, LaChina is only the 2nd black woman to win the award, the other was Robin Roberts in 2001. In 2020 LaChina was recognized with the Giving Gracefully Award as a nod to her work as co-founder of her own non-profit, Rising Media Stars which is a mentorship and training program for young women of color that want to start a career in sports broadcasting. Robinson has also given countless volunteer hours including current appointments to the Board of Trustees for the Women’s Sports Foundation and the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Robinson has served as the host of espnW’s podcast “Around The Rim” for 6 years, the podcast was chosen as one of the best sports podcasts of 2017 by Sports Illustrated. LaChina was a student-athlete at Wake Forest University where she achieved All-ACC recognition both in the classroom and on the court. Robinson has been inducted into two Hall of Fames in her hometown including the Inaugural Alexandria City Public School’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2015. Since 2008 LaChina has also served as the Founder and CEO of her own consulting company ‘Stretch Beyond’. Through ‘Stretch Beyond’ LaChina serves as an NCAA-Certified facilitator and career Transition Coach for women and athletes. Robinson’s work in this space have made her a sought after personal brand developer and keynote speaker for colleges and universities including Notre Dame, Cal, Florida, Georgia Tech, Penn State,
Keeping “My Peace”, with ESPN Analyst LaChina Robinson (PART 2/2) | MFM 114 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #90 LaChina Robinson, award-winning ESPN Basketball Analyst, and entrepreneur is one of the most recognizable faces and voices in men and women’s basketball.



LaChina continues the conversation about how she Keeps her Peace which performing at her peak. In part 2 LaChina dives deeper into her habits, mindset, and how the word “Intentional” has been a huge word throughout her career. LaChina shares the importance of being intentional about setting healthy boundaries for herself, what she consumes on a daily basis, and doing things intentionally to take care of her mental health and mindset.
57. 5 HEALTHY Relationship Traits People Think Are Toxic Jimi & Libby break down some traits and behaviours in relationships that people think are toxic, but are actually quite healthy when understood.
Is it ok to always be attracted to other people? Is it ok to hurt each others feelings? How about letting conflict go unresolved? We find out the answers to these, and more, in this weeks podcast.
Reframe Holiday Stress | MFM 111 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #87 Reframe holiday stress during the MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF YEAR. FOR SOME a wonderful time, and for others not so much! It’s the holiday season yall!



Depending on what season you’re in life, this time of year can take you on ALL TYPES OF EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTERS and THAT’s OK!!



Whether you’re super excited or a little down and stressed or a combination of all the above, that’s ok!



Statistically, we have learned that this time of year for many people is associated with HIGH STRESS as the pressure is on to find holiday deals, to finish up that to-do list, to get everything done by year-end, on and on right.



Well this year, let’s I want to help you go into the holiday season with a little more control and room to BREATHE!!



We are going to talk about what makes the holidays a little more stressful and ways that we can begin to REFRAME Holiday…



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Manifesting the Life You Desire, with Kiah Bachman | Athletes Series | MFM 112 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #88 Start manifesting the life you desire with these tips. Statistics show that of the 41% of Americans who make new year’s resolutions by the end of the year only 9% feel they are successful in keeping them….



Manifesting the Life You Desire



Kiah Bachman. Kiah is a former D-2 college basketball player from Hiwassee College. The first year of college she focused heavily on her academics which landed her on the dean’s list as a freshman. 



During the 2nd semester of her freshman year, Kiah was in a serious car crash resulting in a back injury that would later end her basketball career. She would then transfer to another school on an academic scholarship. She graduated from the University of Tennessee with a BS in Communication Studies and represented the school as a college ambassador.



It was a very organic transition that happened almost immediately right after college for Kiah to begin work as a marketing professional. Her love for her community came from years of playing on travel teams and seeing the real impact it has on people to feel they are a part of something bigger than themselves. 



Empowering others



Today her mission is to use her online platform to empower others to live the life they deserve. She created A journey I deserve as a mantra/affirmation for others to use when practicing and implementing intentionality into their lives. Sharing her love for fashion, beauty, motherhood with a heavy focus on mindfulness she has truly created a community where others can feel seen and embody the “a journey I deserve” matra too.



Kiah is also a full-time Plus Size model and marketing consultant who advocates for self-love and body acceptance. 







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56 - What is The Meaning of Life? And How Does It Affect Your Mental Fitness? In this episode Jimi gives you a roadmap to finding the meaning of life and why it's an important process to go through.
Jimi & Libby then discuss some listener answers to the meaning of life before delving into the crazy and sometimes gross story of Libby's experience with psilocybin (magic mushrooms) and how, at 42, that experience showed her the meaning of life and how she now lives very differently because of it.
This is an interesting one...
What you should know about fibroid One in three women have symptoms, while others can have none or fibroid may be undetected
55. BRANDO YELAVICH - ADHD and EPIC ADVENTURES Brando is a man after my own heart... He walked solo around the ENTIRE coastline of NZ, that took 600 days. He's also ridden his bike from coast to coast across the middle of Australia through the desert as well as many other epic adventures.
He also has ADHD. In this episode I talk to him about his daily rituals that keep him sane, his perspective on being someone with ADHD and, basically, how he finds inner peace amidst as raging storm.
I really enjoyed chatting to Brando, I hope you enjoy listening.
Symptoms of ovarian cancer Ovarian cancer refers to any cancerous growth that begins in the ovary. Around 50% of ovarian cancer cases occur after the age of 63 years.
Facts for breast cancer Breast cancer is the first leading cause of cancer death among women globally, cancer is more common in women
54: FIVE SMALL & QUICK WINS to improve your MENTAL FITNESS Sometimes we get overwhelmed trying to tackle the enormity of the big wins; well, here are five small, quick wins you can start doing right now in order to increase your Mental Fitness. Simple, fast and effective.
Saturated Fat Saturated fat has been controversial and in the past it was thought to be the major contributor to heart disease
Avoid bright lights before sleep When you are exposed to bright lights in the evening, it may disrupt your production of the sleep hormone melatonin
Attitude of Gratitude with Meisha Robinson | Athletes Series | MFM 110 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #86 Watch a real attitude of gratitude with Meisha Robinson. A social entrepreneur committed to generating innovative and impactful changes in organizations and communities.



With more than 15 years of brand management and marketing strategy experience, she transitioned out of her career and into a life of social impact. Meisha is also the founder and CEO of hope of I AM WE ARE, a US and South Africa registered non-profit, dedicated to empowering youth across Africa and her diaspora with the tools to confidently own their futures.



Meisha is also the Co-founder of UNITE, a growing collaborative of Americans from all walks of life, dedicated to addressing universal challenges that can only be solved together. Meisha received a Masters of Business Administration in Marketing from NY University Leonard Stern School of Business and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from University of Maryland.



Why with Attitude of Gratitude?



Founded on the philosophy of Ubuntu, or “I am because we are,” I Am, We Are (IAWA pronounced eye-ow-wa) strives to empower youth with the tools to confidently own their future.



We give our ambassadors an understanding of self, stretch their belief in who they can be, and teach them how to apply the principles of entrepreneurship to create the future they envision for themselves.



Creating a world where all youth are socially engaged, globally aware, and economically free. Meisha’s MISSION. “I AM WE ARE”







THIS SHOW COVERS



* How did you decide during an ongoing worldwide pandemic to move your focus to living in light and love?* How has finding and living in your purpose aided you in helping others?* Talk about your mental wellness journey, what are some daily practices that you engage in ?* Is this considered a mindset shift for you? Talk to the people about how important intentionally is and setting your vision and remaing consistent in the mental reps* Many people take time in November to be grateful and give thanks, how has a daily attitude of gratitude helped your mental wellbeing?* Talk about your upcoming Annual Reception and Art Auction on December 11th?



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Get enough sleep The importance of getting enough quality sleep cannot be overstated
Eats nuts and seeds Some people avoid nuts because they are high in fat. However, nuts and seeds are incredibly nutritious.
53. The SMARTEST decisions I ever made... (How to Conscious Create your life with smart choices) Jimi and Libby discuss the four smart decisions that have led Jimi to where he is now, how they align to the regrets of the dying and how you can make smarter choices to get the life you desire.
Mental Fitness Jill Seleski and Lillian Fu Jill Seleski, Doctoral Intern at the Rider Counseling Center and Lillian Fu Graduate Assistant at the Rider Counseling Center speak on Seasonal Affective Disorder as the weather gets cooler and the days get darker early due to daylight savings.
Limit Sugary drinks Findings from several studies point to sugar-sweetened beverages increasing risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes
High Eye Pressure High intraocular pressure (IOP) occurs when your eyes fluid drains more slowly than normal.
A serious note about heart attacks You should know that not every heart attack symptom is going to be the left arm hurting.
52. HOW to REFUSE other people's ANGER... Jimi tells an age-old parable that can be used right here and now to allow you to be able to refuse other people's anger when it's directed at you.
It's a simple lesson that takes practice to master, but once you do, it may just change your life forever.
Veterans Mental Health Effective Treatment Available | MFM 109 RADIO SHOW WSIC 105.9FM #85 You sacrifice (or your loved veteran) all of who you are on a daily basis for our freedoms. Your mental health, physical health, emotional and social health, and the ultimate price, your life so that we can live.



Trauma and Head Injuries can cause severe problems: Mood disorders including depression and anxiety, anger, rage, addiction, memory problems and other cognitive deficits, chronic pain, sleep issues, night sweats, nightmares, headaches, migraines, tinnitus, or ringing in the ear, attention issues including ADD.



I share some important data, a veteran story, and my own story. I talk about my professional experience with probably the best treatment for trauma and head injuries for veterans. A treatment to which I have dedicated a big part of my career.



An estimated 30% of veterans suffer from post-traumatic stress or major depression or some other mental health condition.



3 primary mental health conditions to treat (Special Veterans)



1. PTSD Can happen from traumatic events, such as military combat, assault, and natural disasters can have long-lasting negative effects such as



* Trouble sleeping* Anger* Rage* Nightmares* Addiction



2. DEPRESSION



3. TBI– Usually the result of a significant blow to the head or body. Symptoms can include:



* Headaches,* Fatigue* Drowsiness







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