The Model Health Show

No one gave me permission to build a career in the health and wellness field, to start a podcast, to write a book, or become a speaker. Making your dreams a reality is something you must take control over. If you wait around for someone to give you the green light to pursue your passions, you’ll never be able to move forward.

Every single successful person I’ve interviewed has had the audacity to write their own permission slip, and today’s guest is no exception. When I asked Lori Harder how she landed ten magazine covers, she explained that in every single instance, she relentlessly pitched her story. She put in the time, the persistence, and she granted herself permission. 

On this episode, Lori is sharing her incredible story of overcoming deeply ingrained limiting beliefs, speaking your dreams into reality, and what can happen when you choose to reframe negative events in your life. Lori’s mission is to help you create a life you’re obsessed with, and I’m positive this interview will inspire you to give yourself permission to do so. Enjoy!  

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • How removing yourself from your environment can spark change. 
  • Lori’s journey to becoming a 10-time magazine cover story.
  • The importance of being faithful in your path.
  • How having an accountability partner can help you achieve results.
  • Why being relentless is the key to success. 
  • The truth about motivations and how they can change over time.
  • How reframing your circumstances can help you gain perspective. 
  • The power that words have to change your reality. 
  • What it means to create meaning from painful events in your life. 
  • How to build a nurturing environment for yourself. 
  • The differences between embracing pain and resisting pain. 
  • Why having a morning mantra can change your reality. 
  • How building a strong tribe can help you unlock ideas and insights. 
  • The meaning of comeback rate. 

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What does it take to become the best? Greatness is not some innate quality that only high achievers are fortunate to possess. The truth is, we all hold the potential to become the best in whatever area we choose to dedicate ourselves. Today’s guest, Bo Eason, is living proof. 

At just nine years old, Bo decided he would become the best safety in the NFL. After years of dedication and effort, he achieved this goal, playing alongside some of the most distinguishable players in football. He then pivoted his career and decided to become the best in another industry—stage acting. He went on to write and perform in one of the most powerful plays in the last decade. 

Bo is passionate about helping others tap into their potential because he believes that we all hold the capacity to channel our greatness. On today’s show, he’s sharing powerful insights that you can apply to master any skill or role that you want. This episode is filled with practical and inspiring tips that I hope you will apply to become the best version of yourself possible.  

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • The importance of being conscious of the stories you tell yourself. 
  • What it means to be the author of your own story.
  • How Bo transitioned from NFL player to Broadway star. 
  • Why eliminating things in your life can lead to greatness.
  • What it truly means to be the best. 
  • How stage performance and football are alike. 
  • What it takes to become a master at your craft. 
  • The truth about being a natural. 
  • Why it’s so important to be fully committed. 
  • How to get serious about acceleration and deceleration. 
  • The negative connotation behind hard work, and how to redefine it.
  • How obstacles can make you stronger. 
  • Why competition is healthy.
  • What it means to dominate your own space. 

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There is a lot to be said about living a life full of service and using your gifts to improve the lives of others. But ultimately if we are not turning that compassion and love inward, we are missing out on our own lives. 

After decades of producing transformational stories for The Oprah Winfrey Show, Sheri Salata found herself in a moment of reckoning—she had manifested the career of her dreams, but not the life of her dreams. Today you’re going to hear her journey through becoming a worthy steward of her life. You’ll hear Sheri’s incredible story of transforming her personal life, plus honest conversations about online dating, curating your social media feed, and conscious weight loss. 

Sheri’s story is a testament to the life that is available to you if you have the audacity to get in touch with your dreams. I hope this interview will provide you with profound inspiration to live courageously. Enjoy!

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • How Sheri launched into a successful producing career at the age of 35.
  • What inspired Sheri to write a book. 
  • The healing power of sharing your story. 
  • What Sheri considers the reckoning in her life.
  • The importance of being honest about what you want. 
  • What it means to become your own coach. 
  • How to find balance and peace in your movement. 
  • The importance of giving up perfectionism. 
  • Why an “all or nothing” mentality is a self-sabotage technique. 
  • How and why to internalize compliments. 
  • The two options you have when dealing with difficulties. 
  • How hearing no can project you to better opportunities. 
  • Why work-life balance is a myth. 
  • The power of trying new things. 
  • How to tune into the stories that you tell yourself. 
  • The incredible possibilities that can come from dreaming. 

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Becoming a better version of yourself is no easy feat. Often the path to health, success, and happiness can be a difficult journey paved with roadblocks and detours. And more often than not, the hardest part of tapping into your potential is simply finding the motivation and mindset to initiate change. This episode is an opportunity to begin unlocking your potential so that you can reach your goals.

Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith is one of the most critically acclaimed teachers and speakers in the world, the founder and spiritual director of the Agape International Spiritual Center, and a true thought leader. He has also been a huge inspiration to me personally, and I know his insights will help you on your own personal journey. 

This episode is a powerful look into what can happen when you have intention in your life, act in service to other people, and reprogram your mind in order to manifest positivity. Michael is here to share powerful insights on meditation, spiritual growth, and personal transformation. So listen in, take notes, and enjoy! 

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • What attracted Michael to live a life of service.
  • Why you should establish an intention to fall in love with things that are difficult.
  • The true meaning of discipline, and how to reclaim it. 
  • How structure can actually give you more freedom.
  • What it means to have intention deficit disorder.
  • The importance of having intention in your life. 
  • How to ask questions in order to receive guidance. 
  • The four stages of spiritual growth. 
  • What it means to get your next assignment in life.
  • The benefits of asking empowering questions. 
  • How to keep your frequency high. 
  • The difference between attraction and radiation. 
  • How to use affirmations in order to retrain your subconscious mind.
  • Why complaining is a form of creativity. 
  • How to use social media as a tool for unity. 
  • The importance of channeling your uniqueness and individuality. 

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Our modern lives are stressful. Between balancing work, relationships, and personal development, we all have a lot on our plates. But above all else, studies show that money is the number one stressor keeping Americans awake at night. 

This is a pervasive issue in our culture that can have adverse effects on our physical and mental health. Financial stress can feed into depression and anxiety, lead to digestive troubles, and disrupt your sleep. If you’re one of the many people who are stressed out about your personal finances, I hope this episode will inspire you to begin changing your paradigms about money so that you can live a longer, healthier life. 

You’re going to learn some real, tangible steps you can take to improve your financial situation. We’re covering the critical mindset shifts that are required to attract abundance. You’ll also hear some practical tips you can use to start making more money. I hope this episode adds consequential value and insight to your life. Enjoy!  

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • The number one stressor among Americans. 
  • How money relates to mental health. 
  • The deeply ingrained beliefs I had to unlearn about money. 
  • How a scarcity mindset can make you unconsciously repel money.
  • Why you should never let money stop you from reaching your goals.  
  • The positive and negative associations of a hustle mentality.
  • How writing down your goals can help you change your life. 
  • Why attaching money to a greater purpose can help you create success. 
  • What it truly means to pay yourself first. 
  • The importance of investing in assets that can work for you. 
  • Tangible ways to start making more money. 
  • The mindset shift required to go from employee to entrepreneur.
  • How having financial goals can help you create more value in the world. 
  • The importance of pursuing excellence in your career. 
  • What it means to make money a study.

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