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Perfectly Hidden Depression with Dr. Margaret Rutherford – Episode 370

Written by Jason Ferruggia Topics: Lifestyle, Mindset, Podcast

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Dr. Margaret Rutherford is a Psychologist, successful blogger and host of The Self Work Podcast.  She is also the author of the bestselling book, Perfectly Hidden Depression: How to Break Free from the Perfectionism that Masks Your Depression.   During her 25 years of working with patients Dr. Rutherford discovered that many people heavily mask depression […]

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How to Get Fit When You’re Busy AF, Anti-Aging Strategies, & Improving Sleep Quality – Episode 361

Written by Jason Ferruggia Topics: Fitness, Nutrition, Recovery

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We’re finally settled in Austin, and I’ve got another info packed listener Q&A session this week. If you’re busy AF (as we all are) and think you don’t have time to get jacked and feel great, this is the episode for you. Thanks to everyone who submitted questions. Please keep them coming and I’ll keep […]

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Defending Yourself Against Disease with Dr. Michael Lewis – Episode 358

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Dr. Michael Lewis is an expert on nutritional interventions for brain health.  He is also a huge proponent of using proper nutrition for optimizing your gut health, building your immune system and safeguarding yourself from disease.   Dr. Lewis shares simple and effective tips for boosting your immunity, discusses the mistakes that have been made during […]

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Elevate: Become a Better Leader and Learn How to Connect with People with Jake Kelfer – Episode 357

Written by Jason Ferruggia Topics: Mindset, Motivation, Podcast

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Although everyone said he was crazy, Jake Kelfer walked away from an awesome job with his favorite team, the LA Lakers, to start his own business.  Just a guy with a dream and the determination to make it work, Jake made progress through his relentless pursuit of success and his willingness to be his best.  […]

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