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If you are tired of relying on your fickle motivation to get things done, if you are tired of starting because you fail to see things through, The Habit Coach podcast is for you! Ashdin Doctor, the habit coach, takes you through the creation of simple easy to do habits. Habits we can all incorporate into our lives. Habits around, health, sleep, de-stressing, productivity, movement, nutrition and relationships. Each episode is bite-sized and less than five minutes, packed with fun facts and a ...
 
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Did you know that there is an award called the Darwin award and this is a funny, cheeky way of celebrating how stupidly we humans can behave sometimes? They award people who have killed themselves or destroyed their genitals in the most stupid way possible so that they cant have children. In this episode of The Habit Coach, Ashdin talks about human…
 
On the previous episode with Rajat Mittal Shah, Ashdin and Rajat spoke about turmeric in detail. On this second episode with her, Ashdin and Rajat talk about Ashwagandha (the Indian ginseng) and Boswellia. Do you know what Ashwagandha really means? It actually means the 'smell of the horse' in Sanskrit. Did you know that only 2% of ashwagandha is a…
 
Did you know that one of the most successful self-help books of all time was written back in 1937 and it is named 'Think and grow rich' by Napoleon Hill. He interviews the richest industrialists and the Moghuls of his time and identifies the commonality between all of them. In this episode of The Habit Coach, Ashdin talks about self-help books, how…
 
Today we are going to deep dive into one of the superfoods which is now popular but as Indians we have been looking at this food for years and years. Let's Talk about Turmeric today. In this first episode, we have Rajat Mittal Shah- Director/Chief Evangelist Nature and Thought. Rajat talks about being a computer science engineer by profession, doin…
 
Did you know that the more muscle mass a sprinter has, the faster they are? And this is because being fast while sprinting is not about how fast you can move your hands and legs, the speed comes from how much force you can push down into the ground. In this episode of The Habit Coach, Ashdin talks about Sprinting, how our lives are often like sprin…
 
Did you know that it is easier to lie to people in writing than in speaking face to face? When you are face to face or on the phone you give a lot away from just your voice. In this episode, Ashdin talks about lies, understand what you lie about, recognize the intention behind that lie. Lies are nothing but the realities we don't accept. Knowing wh…
 
In case you missed the first episode, Ashdin and Ayesha discuss the runner's mindset, sprinting, understanding an athlete, and all the elements that go with it. In this second episode, Ashdin resumes the conversation with Ayesha Billimoria- athlete and coach. This time they talk about their rock bottom moments, Ayesha shares how motivation comes fr…
 
Did you know that an egg is an emergency engine repair tool? If you're ever stuck in the middle of a highway with a leaking radiator all you have to do is crack open some eggs beat them up and put them in the radiator. On this episode, Ashdin talks about the ability to resolve possible problems with the resources that we have available is a skill t…
 
Let's discuss all about running today. Running has become such a buzz word especially in the last few years because of all the running movements and marathons. In this first episode, Ashdin and Ayesha Billimoria, athlete and coach, talk about running, how Ayesha's passion for running came about, how going to a boarding school made her more involved…
 
Did you know that the close door button on the elevator is a placebo button? It does nothing. Pressing the button gave the passengers the illusion that the doors will close faster. In this episode of The Habit Coach, Ashdin tells us to try and search for our purpose, what we do well that others don't. Make a list of all the things/skills that come …
 
Did you know the name catastrophe comes from the Greek word catastraphin? What is interesting about its origin is that the word does not mean that there will be a bad thing that will happen, it just means a sudden change. In this episode of The Habit Coach, Ashdin tells us about how the Greeks play negative endings. We expect something bad is going…
 
In the second episode with Chetna this week, Ashdin talks to her about 5 essential habits. What are some habits that make a big difference in Chetna's life? What should we incorporate in ours? Chetna also talks about the importance of bouncing back over being consistent, not favouring certain habits so much, how language has a strong hold on us, th…
 
Did you know that Charles Ponzi of the infamous 'Ponzi scam' swindled about 15 million dollars in just 8 months? And the reason he is remembered for this scam is not because he was the first, but because he was the fastest. In this episode, Ashdin talks about greed, how the smartest also fall prey to it, and how you should always pause and think- i…
 
Does too much positivity affect you? Is there a different way to understand positivity? On this episode, Ashdin is joined by Chetna to talk about toxic positivity. What is toxic positivity? Chetna explains to us how everything we do should have an action, and also talks about the two aspects of what is positivity and negativity. They discuss seekin…
 
Did you know that astronomers believe that an object the size of Mars hit Earth 4.5 billion years ago? And this object is what caused the earth to tilt on its access. On this episode of The Habit Coach, Ashdin talks about how each season has a role, why we must not forget that we are a part of this nature as well, how we can understand which season…
 
Did you know that the Indus Valley civilization had clay toys with wheels? We are talking about a civilisation from about 4000 years ago. On the episode of The Habit Coach, Ashdin talks about thoughts and stress, why we need to let go of them, and the five habits we can follow to stop our overthinking. Tune in to find out more. Tune in to #TheHabit…
 
This week we are joined by Chhavi Mittal Co-founder - Shitty Ideas Trending, Founder - Being Woman with Chhavi. On the second episode they talk about how do we understand the different habits that are essential in making us successful in certain things, Chhavi tells us bout waking up at 6:30 and finding her rhythm because of her daughter, They also…
 
Did you know that most experts believe that losing in sports is important for kids? This is so different from the current way of thinking. On this episode, Ashdin talks about the importance of losing and failing, how losing is a key step to winning, and what the correct way to deal with a loss is. Tune in to find out more. Tune in to #TheHabitCoach…
 
This week, Ashdin is joined by Chhavi Mittal, Co-founder of Shitty Ideas Trending & Founder of Being Woman with Chhavi. On this first episode they talk about passion, and how we can use passion in the work that we are doing by turning our passion into business. Chhavi talks about her passions in life, the challenges she faced, starting 'Shitty Idea…
 
Did you know that there is a structure to the old zen Chinese poems? It follows a very simple four line pattern. On this episode, Ashdin talks about how and why we should make creativity into a daily habit and how we should look at creativity as the power to make something that did not exist.Tune in to find out more. Tune in to #TheHabitCoach with …
 
Did you know the eyes are the only part of the brain that can be seen? On this episode Asdhin talks about how we can go about having an eye for achieving our goals, and why, very often, when we make our goals, we don't stick to them. Tune in to find out more. Tune in to #TheHabitCoach with Ashdin Doctor. Check out the Awesome180 Habit Coach app: ht…
 
On the 2nd episode this week with Nyana Sabharwal, Founder of Safe Space India, Ashdin and Nyana talk about dealing with grief. What are the ways to deal with the loss of a loved one? These are especially trying times that we all are facing right now, and a lot of us have lost someone or know people who have lost someone dear to them. How can we co…
 
Did you know that the oldest masks in the world date back 9000 years ago? They were found in the hills near Jerusalem, and the masks are made of stone - probably why they have survived 9000 years. On this episode, Ashdin talks about the masks we wear in the digital world, and the masks we wear in front of people. These masks help us hide aspects of…
 
This week, we have the amazing Nyana Sabharwal, Founder of Safe Space India, back with us. On this episode, Nyana and Ashdin talk about self-care. How can one start thinking about it? Why is it self-care such a misunderstood expression? Nyana also explains what stress really is - a biological mechanism used by our bodies in prehistoric days as a su…
 
Did you know that, as little as a few centuries ago, it was believed that if humans travel faster than 80 kmph, they would die? The belief was that it was impossible to travel faster than that speed. On this episode, Ashdin talks about problems with the word 'impossible', why we should avoid using it, and what can we use instead. Tune in to find ou…
 
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