You guys know I have been consistently working on incorporating meditation into my life, so I want to talk about my meditation journey so far. In this episode I talk about my experience taking the Inner Engineering class at the Isha Foundation, what meditation has taught me so far, and the different scientific approach I may be tackling next.
Today's episode is all about productivity and how your limiting beliefs may be preventing your progress in what you want to accomplish. We go over how you need to shift your focus, how my journey with meditation helped me discover my limiting beliefs, and why we need to find peace in solitude in order to grow.
Comparison is the thief of joy - some of the truest words ever said! We all have compared ourselves to others at one point in our lives - whether it was an older sibling, the popular girl in school, another business - and it more than likely has negatively impacted us. I found that I became more successful when I stopped comparing myself and focused on my own vision and journey. In this episode I go over when we tend to compare ourselves, why we do and a few strategies on how to stop.
It was mind-blowing to us (pun intended) to learn that the factors that go into become a mentalist and an entrepreneur or salesperson are pretty much the same - the presentation, needing to learn what people want or are thinking before they even do and so much more. We also go over how to find and build a relationship with a mentor, why not accepting change could be your greatest downfall, and how everyone needs to get punched in the face to learn some valuable lessons - he will explain!
Let's talk obsessions! As a person who tends to get obsessed with things more often than the usual person, it made me curious to learn why we get obsessed with things in the first place. In today's episode, we go over what an obsession is, what today's population is currently obsessed with, why we get obsessed with things in the first place plus some healthy obsessions we can introduce into our lives to replace the bad ones.
Meet Deborah Driggs, an author, actress, model and life coach, who helps others heal from their pasts and connect with others on a deeper level. Yegi and Deborah talk about the negative side of getting opportunities before you're ready and how sometimes jumping into things right away isn't the best call. Plus she gives us the five tools you can use today to work on your growth and find inner peace.
As much as I am development and success focused, I've also come to realize how important it is to celebrate your wins - you don't necessarily have to improve on every aspect of your life all the time. I also go over some effective tools that I have on standby and use to help improve and check in with my mental health. I hope this episode helps you make the rest of your 2023 a positive and thriving year!
On this week’s episode, our guest is Lauren Polly, author of “The Other Side of BiPolar” and founder of The Mental Wealth Movement. Lauren aims to help others use their “weird” or “quirky” traits as assets for success to thrive - not just survive - in their relationships, businesses and other aspects of life. Yegi and Lauren also go over topics like having self-compassion while not playing the victim, breaking the habit of negative self-talk and how to be resilient in business and life.
Miriam Trahan is our latest guest on The Yegi Project! She is a podcast host and expert in the meditation and breath work fields. In this episode, we go over the many misconceptions about meditation, how to get starting in meditation and breath work if you’ve been having trouble, and we discover how some of us may be breathing wrong. We also learn more about the concept of “working on things as energy” and how giving up control can be the best thing we can do for ourselves.
Madi Maple is a self confidence coach and host of two podcasts who is building a community of people who want to be the best version of themselves. She helps her "Confidence Collective" and instagram followers find their self worth, accept their flaws and battle imposter syndrome to live a life without self-doubt. We also learn more about Madi and how music festivals and surrounding herself with the right people allowed her the freedom to express herself and the inspiration to build the life tha
Meet Grecia Salamon - actor, TV host, producer, and now Kundalini Yoga instructor. Grecia talks to us about what it was like coming to the US from Venezuela to pursue her dreams, misconceptions about the entertainment industry, and how meditation and spirituality guided her to the life she has now. This episode definitely made us reflect and understand that the path we may think we need to go on no matter what, may not be the one that is meant for us.
In this episode, I talk about something we all do… overthink. Whether it’s big business decisions, or the caption to your photo, we can spend days, hours or even years overthinking a decision. I go over my own recent experiences that made me want to talk about this subject, and how embracing risk and failure allows you to take action and step forward in your life and business.
In this episode, Dr. Alison J. Kay breaks down and teaches us about all of the “trendy” spiritual terms we’ve all heard lately, what we can expect for the remaining decade of humanity’s greatest evolutionary leap and what she does for clients as a mind body energy medicine professional. She is the founder of the Vibrational UPgrade System and her more than twenty years of experience with a focus on the chakra system.
Life changing events can affect our careers, relationships, self confidence, self-identities and more. In this episode, using her postpartum experience as an example, Yegi touches on how having a second child was the life changing event that hit her harder than she could have imagined. She is ready to share how she managed to feel like herself again and how you can apply her methods and tips in your life, if you are having similar struggles with your new normal.
Before finding her passion for the subconscious mind and coaching, Gazzy spent many years as a political staffer, but she knew she was meant for more. She decided to quit her career & drop out of her masters program to focus on what made her happy. In this episode, Gazzy and Yegi talk about the importance of feeling good selling, how important it is to understand your subconscious mind as an entrepreneur, & so much more!
Imani has been modeling from a very young age, but had to go through different chapters in her life to realize this was what she was meant to do. In this episode, we go over the entrepreneurial skills you have to have as a model, the art of faking it until you make it when it comes to confidence, how she organizes her life as a freelance model, and how she plans to maintain the longevity of her career.
Petia is an alignment abundance coach who helps women business owners earn more money and attract their soulmate clients, while working less. We want our listeners to learn from guests like Petia who have proven that changing your mindset can help you in business just as much as any other good business practice.
In this episode, we talk to Kira Day, the founder and CEO of The Passion Centre about the science of passion. We go over how burning out twice in the corporate world and health struggles lead her to create the Passion Based™ method and start The Passion Centre. Kira breaks down how passion can affect your health in many ways and how her methods can help you in business and in life.
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