The Model Health Show

We’re in the thick of a complicated and uncharted time of human history. Aside from the devastating effects of the virus, many folks are finding themselves financially distressed from the shift in our economy. I want you to know that within every crisis lies an opportunity, and if you’re looking for an opportunity, now is your time.

While the word recession might conjure up negative connotations, history shows us that these economic shifts have always created a path for new ways of doing things. Many businesses are pivoting toward offering online services, and with a little creativity, you can do the same. I believe that no matter who you are or where you come from, you have unique skills and gifts you can offer to the world. Today, you’re going to learn how to make an income from those gifts.

In this episode, you’re going to learn from one of the best online business coaches in the game, Amy Porterfield. Whether you’re temporarily working from home, have lost your job, or are an existing entrepreneur, Amy is bringing incredible value that you utilize to come out of this pandemic better than before. You’re going to learn how to harness your existing skillset to create revenue streams, how to set clear boundaries when you’re working from home, and how to identify your unique expertise. Enjoy! 

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • How a change in the economy can bring forward new opportunities.
  • The importance of channeling your resourcefulness.
  • Why now is the time to get scrappy and allow yourself to make mistakes.
  • Two different ways you can show up and help people.
  • How to use your existing skills and knowledge to serve others.
  • Why you shouldn’t feel guilty about charging for your services or products.
  • How to figure out what your expertise is. 
  • Three myths that are holding you back from generating an income online.
  • How to ethically launch a business during a crisis.
  • Tips for maintaining a productive and focused workflow at home.
  • The two productivity tools Amy uses in her business daily. 
  • Why creating an email list is so important for entrepreneurs.
  • How expecting perfection holds you back.
  • Amy’s morning routine and rituals for maintaining her health from home.

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Now, more than ever, we’re immersed in an influx of information, notifications, and a plethora of stimuli fighting for our attention. Between our devices, ads, and social media, our brains are easily held captive to endless distractions. While none of these distractions are inherently evil, it’s our responsibility to monitor and intentionally direct our attention.

If you want to learn how to harness the power of your mind, there’s no better person on the planet to learn from than Jim Kwik. Jim is the world’s foremost expert in accelerated learning and memory, a speed-reading expert, and the most frequent guest on The Model Health Show! Jim is back on the show to share more of his game-changing tips to upgrade your brain, accelerate your learning skills, and unlock an exceptional life. 

You’re going to hear about how to expand your mindset, motivation, and methods so that you can truly be limitless in whatever you wish to achieve. As always, Jim is serving up concrete and effective tools you can use to maximize your potential and harness your superpowers. You’re going to learn how the things that keep you stuck in a rut are the very things that can empower and liberate you. I truly hope you enjoy (and apply) the powerful insights from this episode.  

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • The question that inspired the Limitless framework.
  • How our self-imposed labels become limits. 
  • The three components of the Limitless model.
  • How to change the way you think about motivation.
  • The four digital supervillains that hold us back from learning and focusing.
  • How your memory is similar to a physical muscle.
  • What task switching is, and how it decreases your time management.
  • The one skill you need to master in the 21st century. 
  • How many thoughts we have per day.
  • Why your brain acts primarily as a deletion device. 
  • How the human brain is like the Instagram algorithm. 
  • The three questions you need to ask to turn knowledge into power. 
  • How to improve your concentration muscle.
  • Which of your senses is most heavily tied to memory and recall. 
  • Why handwritten notes are better for retention.
  • The difference between note-taking and note-making. 
  • Why information tied with emotion is unforgettable.
  • Practical tips to learn how to read faster. 

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During this unprecedented time, we’re all at home—but on some level we’re all in this together. If you find yourself itching to get back to normalcy, it’s important to remember that this time is an opportunity for significant growth and introspection. None of us will come out of this unchanged, but it’s up to you to determine how you will cope.

Will you allow your mind to become consumed by fear and anxiety, or will you choose to manage your stress and practice peace? My mission is for you to come out of this experience better and stronger than you came into it. On today’s show, you’re going to learn about maintaining your health at home, understanding your risk level, and optimizing your mind and body to thrive under any circumstance. 

You’re going to learn about understanding the root cause of the pervasive fear in our society, and how to find inner peace when the world seems overwhelming. This episode contains tips for building mental health and clarity, plus how to shift your workout regimen while you’re stuck at home. I hope this episode inspires you to remain internally calm, healthy and connected no matter what is happening in the world. Enjoy! 

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • What it means to give yourself a mental treat.
  • The definition of the Japanese term shinrin-yoku and how it can reduce anxiety.
  • How exercise can change expression of genes in the brain.
  • Why you don’t need a gym to work out, and how to become more physically literate.
  • How walking can improve your immune function.
  • Why keeping a consistent sleep schedule is so important.
  • How to address loneliness during social isolation. 
  • Ways to strengthen connection with your loved ones from a distance.
  • The fascinating benefits of having a pet.
  • How human touch triggers anti-anxiety and anti-depression compounds.
  • The third leading cause of death in the US. 
  • How human interaction helps build immunity.
  • Why wearing a face mask isn’t as effective as you might think.
  • The one thing you can control in life.

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What are the action steps you need to take to get from where you are to where you want to be? Most people have dreams and ambitions, but no idea how to reach them. Today you’re going to learn about how to create a roadmap to reach your biggest goals.

For over 40 years, Jack Canfield has been teaching folks from all walks of life how to reach their potential and create a life they love. Jack is a multiple New York Times bestselling author, founder of the Chicken Soup for the Soul publishing empire, and one of my personal mentors in life. Today, he’s here to share the life-changing insights from his newest book, The Success Principles Workbook.

You’re going to hear some of Jack’s best and most effective principles to success. I know from personal experience that if you apply these tips and strategies, you’ll see profound changes in your results. So listen in and take detailed notes—this episode is a game-changer! 

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • How much time you should commit to learning a new skill.
  • Why the victim mentality stops you from reaching your potential.
  • The main reason why people complain.
  • One question you should ask when you find yourself complaining.
  • How excuses steal your future.
  • The power of being solution-oriented.
  • Three things you need to know if you want to be successful.
  • How carrying around resentment holds you back.
  • The power of deciding what you want in life.
  • Why most people have subconscious limiting beliefs.
  • What a joy review is and how it can help you determine what you want.
  • How asking questions can help you succeed.
  • The importance of surrounding yourself with successful individuals.
  • What the poker chip theory of self-esteem is.
  • How visualizing and verbalizing your goals brings them to fruition. 

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