Exploring Life’s Journey Through the Eyes of the Wise

On today’s show Erin, Jeremy and a special guest will discuss life’s journey and the stories told by three centennials (100 year + old people) and how they have survived two world wars, economic downturns, and personal tragedies, but still remain hopeful and enthusiastic about life.  Let’s get inspired!

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Simple Steps for Improving Your Self Image

How often do you think about what other people think? Probably a lot if you’re like the average person. In this episode Erin and Jeremy are going to discuss bad habits to kick and how to improve your confidence and self image.

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10 Bad Habits and Misunderstandings to Toss

Improve Your Self Confidence and How You See Yourself

How to Find Your Life Purpose in 5 Minutes

Um…what? Find my life purpose in 5 minutes?! In today’s episode of the podcast Erin and Jeremy will discuss a strategy put forth by Adam Leipzig on how to discover your life purpose in under 5 minutes. It’s a big hype title – find out if it is able to pass the test!

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Your Brain Will Never Be the Same After Listening to This

Is it possible to shape your brain or are you predestined to live with biological limitations within your brain that can’t be changed? That’s the topic Erin and Jeremy will be discussing on today’s show based on a sample message from Dr. Lara Boyd, where she describes how her research on the topic of neuroplasticity gives you the power to shape the brain you want.

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Full TedX Speech from Lara Boyd

10 Tips for Better Decision Making and Intuition Training

Have you ever made decisions based on what your gut told you? Is it possible to train that gut instinct to help you make better decisions more often? That’s the topic on today’s show where Erin and Jeremy discuss how to make better decisions and how to train your intuition. Let’s jump in!

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PTB Article Intuition Training for Better Decision Making

PTB Article 10 Tricks to Break Down Dilemmas and Make Better Decisions

Put Your Past Behind You With Lisa Nichols

It’s easy to get stuck in the past. But how do we take the experiences we’ve had, whether they be good experiences or bad, learn the lessons and move on? In this episode of the show Erin and Jeremy discuss a perspective given from author and speaker Lisa Nichols on putting the past behind you. Let’s get started!

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More from Lisa Nichols

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Royal Wedding’s Bishop Michael Curry on the Power of Love

The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was held on 19 May 2018 in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in the United Kingdom. During the ceremony Most Reverend Bishop Michael Curry delivered a message on the power of love and on today’s show Erin and Jeremy discuss how love impacts every facet of our lives.

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Get Motivated with This Spoken Word Mix

You know we like mixing it up on this show so today we’re going to do a spoken word mix from four different performers. These performances speak for themselves so you won’t be hearing Erin and I break the topics down like we normally do but I know these will feed your soul and provide you with some inspiration for your week.

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Simple Steps that Can Change Your Life with Jim Rohn

Is it possible to see things that aren’t already there? Farmers do this anytime they plant seeds because they know those planted seeds will turn into harvested crops. Why don’t we do that with our own lives? In this episode of the Pick the Brain Podcast we’ll hear from the great Jim Rohn on simple steps that can change our lives. Let’s jump in!

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How to Live to Be 100+

Do you know what “blue zones” are? They’re places in the world where large percentages of the population live to be 100+ years old. Dan Buettner spent years researching these blue zones and has compiled a complete list of factors that contribute to longer, much more energetic lives. Let’s find out what he has to say!

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Dan Buettner

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