Jorge is an avid athlete who has sets his sights on mastering his inner being via martial arts. He recently found his passion for the Djembe (jem-bey) drum, and is a self defense instructor/fitness professional based in the Los Angeles area. He has a degree in Psychology from the University of Oregon, and uses holistic methods/practices to help improve his own health and the health of his clients.
In this episode, Jorge and Leah discuss why it's important for everyone (especially women) to learn self defense, how to be tactical when in a self defense situation, Jorge's experience being assaulted with a baseball bat, how to control your inner state of breathing via breathing, leveraging stress to be beneficial, protecting those we love, emotionally protecting ourselves with boundaries, scheduling fun, and how to USE DAT BOOTY. Connect with Jorge on Instagram and on his website.
Rohini Ross is passionate about helping people wake up to their true nature. She is a transformative coach and trainer, and author of Marriage (The Soul-Centered Series Book 1). She has an international coaching practice helping people to embrace all of who they are so they can experience greater levels of well-being, resiliency, and success. Rohini Ross also co-facilitates couples intensives with her husband Angus Ross. She is very excited to present The Soul-Centered Series in Santa Monica starting October 2018 that is focused on Psychology, Spirituality and the Teachings of Sydney Banks.
n this episode, Leah and Rohini discuss emotional health. Rohini explains that each of us is innately well, we all have an internal intelligence that will always bring us back to balance, that when we are in a low mood our thinking is distorted, that burnout is what you make of it, how addictive distorted thinking can be, and how to let distorted thoughts go. You can learn more about Rohini and her coaching practice on her website, her Facebook, and on her Instagram.
Today's guest on the podcast is Tommy Benning. Tommy recently moved to New York from Boulder, Colorado and is passionate about people and the outdoors. He is a technology sales enthusiast having been both a direct seller and enabler of sales excellence at multiple tech companies in both Colorado and New York. He's also the co-city director in Manhattan for a nonprofit organization called House of Genius which brings together 15 to 20 people each month to focus their collective creativity and vast experience to explore, discuss, and solve important problems of entrepreneurship without being allowed to discuss who they are or what they do for a living. When he's not focused on sales or hosting House of Genius, you can find him out running in New York City as he is gearing up to run his second New York City Marathon for charity this coming November.
In this episode, Tommy and Leah talk about how lonely it can be living in a new city, making new friends, how to know when it's time to change jobs, the importance of diversity in problem solving, Tommy's involvement with House of Genius, how to excel in sales without being "sales-y," the importance of finding mentors in your life, and Tommy's work with the non-profit Team For Kids, which helps kids and at risk youth find a passion for running. Click here to donate to Tommy's Team for Kids effort for the upcoming New York City Marathon.
Mychal is an ex-collegiate athlete who studied Kinesiology & Biomechanics. He's functional strength coach, StrongFirst Kettlebell instructor, 200-hour certified Yoga Instructor, and the creator of The Foundations of Fitness, a 21-day body-weight program that is now streaming and available online.