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Episode 98 brings us ever closer to our 100th episode. Woo Hoo! Today we talk about the truth and why a lot of people do not want to hear it. People who have gaslit themself into believing their own version of reality will often run away from the truth in order to preserve their safe, little cubby of delusion. Are you one of those people? Do you kn…
 
Today we talk about the importance of aspiring to become great. But, we can often aspire to the wrong bar. We can let the actions of others dictate the path we choose. This trap is more and more common in today's social media-centric climate. Finding your true self is the only bar you should be pursuing. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Host: @MacH…
 
Sticking with the theme of Occupational Wellness, Episode 96 has us talking about the traps of the job. Occupational Wellness is an often overlooked dimension of wellness. This is unfortunate because it can have a profound effect on so many aspects of our life. The constant dangling of the "paycheck carrot" can cause us to overlook the fact that ou…
 
In episode 95, we talk about the rules of the game (of life). We focus on Social wellness and Occupational wellness. The current climate has a lot of us dealing with constantly moving goalposts in our daily lives. Relationships and careers can often present us with a challenge to our integrity and moral values. You are correct in staying on the pat…
 
In this episode, we revisit a classic from our Greatest Hits. In Episode 12 I tell a story about a Big Talking Cock and teach a lesson about finding and fine-tuning your role. In life, we all have several roles we play (Parent, employee, mentor, daughter, etc.). It's easy to fall into these roles because we "think we should" or because we were told…
 
We welcome Zoel Zohnnie on episode 93 of The Subjectively Objective Podcast. Zoel is doing some wonderful things for the Navajo community. We talk about his community outreach through his non-profit organization Collective Medicine and we he also shares his story of a career as boilermaker, actor, and overcoming addiction. Find out more at Collecti…
 
Episode 92. We discuss a method of setting and pursuing goals. The technique is known as setting a smart (S.M.A.R.T.) goal. This has been around for a long time and has shown its little face in everything from sales to health and fitness and everything in between. There are also variations of this technique that some have crafted to fit their teach…
 
Today, in episode 91, we expand our previous discussion on micro management as we dive into the concept of micro breaks. Are they good? Are they bad? There are a few opinion about whether micro breaks are actually a healthy practice and if the pros outweigh the cons when comparing mental load and overall productivity. Study: https://doi.apa.org/doi…
 
Episode 90 has us talking about the concept of micro managing your life. No, no. It's what you think. Micro managing is a "simple" concept that involves looking at your life in small manageable sections or micro sections. By narrowing your scope of concern, you can easily focus your energy into a specific task. over time you will perfect that task …
 
Today, in episode 89, we sit down with voice actor, actor, and healer - Claudia Rubio. Claudia has a wonderful story to tell. She has overcome a lot of adversity and roadblocks that have been put in here way to get where she is today. We talk about here journey to the U.S. from her home country of Columbia to her spiritual journey to becoming a mul…
 
In episode 88, we take a look at the Olympics as we talk about the pursuit of goals and how the universe will give you every excuse to quit. In the blink of an eye everyone can turn against you, chips will start to fall out of your favor, and you will want to give up. You may even do it under the "protection" of catch phrases or popular trends that…
 
Today, in episode 87, we learn a breathing exercise that can help you find balance and clarity - Alternate Nostril Breathing. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Host: @MacHawbaker (MacHawbaker.com) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Watch the Podcast on YouTube ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ **Donations help keep us going. At SubjectivelyObjectivePod…
 
Episode 86 has us talking with philosopher, musician, and founder of the Happy Healthy Vegan, Ryan Lum. Ryan and I talk about his journey and get into some of the ins and outs of veganism. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Host: @MacHawbaker (MacHawbaker.com) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Watch the Podcast on YouTube ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~…
 
In Episode 85, I talk about the importance of environmental change. Our environment can affect us subtlety and dramatically. It can cause us to be productive or remain stifled and in a slump. The act of changing our environment can positively influence our productivity, relationships, mental health, and our overall well being. But, we have to be aw…
 
Episode 84 has us talking to Founder of Rugged Legacy grooming Jeff Putnam (IG: rugged_legacy). Jeff has overcome quite to odds. We discuss how he being homeless and making a few dollars a day to building a men's personal care empire and publishing bestselling books. I also ask him what he means by "finding your tribe," as we talk about his book, E…
 
On Episode 83, we talk about integrity, self worth, and, the ever popular, moral compass. A few of the Objective Subjects have asked about the struggle of doing what they believe to be right vs doing what is expected of you. In this episode, we discuss the importance of integrity and self worth and why, some say, it is the only thing of value we po…
 
Today, in episode 82, we talk with life coach, Lila Lupetin (IG: @LilaTheLifeCoach). Lila specializes in relationship coaching for women coming out of bad relationships. In addition to the variety of coaching expertise she possesses, she is also a licensed Speech Language Pathologist. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Host: @MacHawbaker (MacHawbaker…
 
In episode 81 we discuss habits. Making a new habit takes time, and getting rid of old habits is equally involved. I'll share a story with you and explain to you a modified version of exposure therapy that can help you make a new habit of getting rid of your bad habits. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Study 01: http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc…
 
Episode 80 has us sitting down to talk with Kris Smith. Kris is a life coach and owner of Interior Alignment Life Coaching (https://ialifecoaching.com/). Kris and I talk about some great topics regarding finding your purpose and he gives us a look into his coaching techniques centered around mindfulness and meditation. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~…
 
Episode 79 has us talking about the privileges we grant to others. Specifically, what knowledge we allow others to know. Social wellness in possibly the most dynamic of the wellness dimensions, therefore making it one of the toughest to navigate. When socially interacting, you will sometimes engage with other who are not your equals, or rather, are…
 
We sit down with down with actor and model, Cody Taylor (IG: @SavageOppress9). Cody has a wonderful story of overcoming adversity. His dreams were shattered, literally, and his journey to finding his new passion(s) and having the confidence to pursue them is one you won't want to miss. We also talk about entertainment, nerd stuff, Star Wars, and so…
 
In episode 77 we discuss the concept of being kind. But one thing we often fail to realize is our own limits within the realm of kindness. Yes, you can spread yourself too thin. And you can do too much for others to the point that it takes away from your own well being. Doing for others is something we should all strive for to an extent with which …
 
Episode 76 is here and I am proud to welcome Dr. Shawn Baker a guest on the show. Dr. Baker is the CEO and Founder of Meat RX and he is also the author of The Carnivore Diet. On this podcast, he and I talk about some of the ins and outs of the carnivore diet and review some of the science behind this nutritional concept that so many people, from at…
 
Episode 75 has us reaching into the mailbag and answering the often asked question, "Why is the show called Subjectively Objective? In this episode, I give you a walk through of how the phrase "Subjectively Objective" came to be. Learning to look at our existence in a Subjectively Objective manner is a key component to self awareness and growth. ~~…
 
Episode 74 has us talking to PhD Professor and author, Dawn Quigley. I reached out to Dawn after reading her book, "Apple in the Middle," and I am so grateful her and I were able to connect and bring you this episode. Dawn is a tribal member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Ojibwe. She has a great story of soul searching and self actualization as a t…
 
Episode 73 is here and I am proud to welcome Adam Petropolis as a guest on the show. Adam is a health and fitness expert and the founder of Copper State Fit (IG: @copperstatefit, CopperStateFit.com), an online service that offers training and coaching to people all over the world. On this podcast, Adam shares his story of transformation and how ove…
 
On Episode 72 of the Subjectively Objective podcast, we welcome back Actor and Intellect, William Kenny. William Kenny's previous episodes:Episode 16Episode 17 @MacHawbaker (MacHawbaker.com) Watch the Podcast on YouTube **Donations help keep us going. At SubjectivelyObjectivePodcast.com you can make a one time or reoccurring donation that goes 100%…
 
Today, on Episode 71 of the Subjectively Objective podcast, we're "on the go" as we talk with Doug Carpenter. Doug has a great story of self actualization. He wasn't in a great spot mentally, physically, and spiritually and it almost cost him his marriage and sanity. He shares his road to recovery and how he turned things around. Doug Carpenter @ F…
 
Episode 70 marks the final entry in our "6 Life Changing Questions" series. Here is Question #6. @MacHawbaker (www.MacHawbaker.com) Watch the Podcast on YouTube **Donations help keep us going. At MacHawbaker.com/podcast you can make a one time or reoccurring donation that goes 100% to helping maintain the podcast and continue sharing it with the wo…
 
"6 Life Changing Questions" series. Question #5. @MacHawbaker (www.MacHawbaker.com) Watch the Podcast on YouTube **Donations help keep us going. At MacHawbaker.com/podcast you can make a one time or reoccurring donation that goes 100% to helping maintain the podcast and continue sharing it with the world. You can also donate directly by clicking HE…
 
"6 Life Changing Questions" series. Question #4. @MacHawbaker (www.MacHawbaker.com)Visit the Store and use discount code 10TACOS to receive 10% Off your entire order. **Donations help keep us going. At MacHawbaker.com/podcast you can make a one time or reoccurring donation that goes 100% to helping maintain the podcast and continue sharing it with …
 
"6 Life Changing Questions" series. Question #3. @MacHawbaker (www.MacHawbaker.com)Visit the Store and use discount code 10TACOS to receive 10% Off your entire order. **Donations help keep us going. At MacHawbaker.com/podcast you can make a one time or reoccurring donation that goes 100% to helping maintain the podcast and continue sharing it with …
 
Today, on Episode 66 of the Subjectively Objective Podacst, We sit down and talk to Life Coach, Mike Jensen. Mike is the founder of MBR3 Coaching and has helped people from all walks of life from all four corners of the world. MBR3 Coaching w/ Mike Jensen: Facebook @MacHawbaker (www.MacHawbaker.com)Visit the Store and use discount code 10TACOS to r…
 
Today we continue our 6 part series of "6 Life Changing Questions", with Question #2. @MacHawbaker (www.MacHawbaker.com)Visit the Store and use discount code 10TACOS to receive 10% Off your entire order. **Donations help keep us going. At MacHawbaker.com/podcast you can make a one time or reoccurring donation that goes 100% to helping maintain the …
 
On Episode 64 of the Subjectively Objective podcast, we begin our 6 part series entitled, "6 Life Changing Questions." Over the next 6 episodes, we will be discussing the process of asking yourself 6, specific questions and answering them with the purpose of reevaluating your life journey. When doing this with clients, some took weeks or even month…
 
On Episode 63, we sit down with Doctor of internal Medicine, Charlene Lichtash (IG: @drlichtash). Dr. Lichtash focuses on metabolic health and she has been doing some great things in the realm of diabetes and obesity. In this interview, we discuss some of the hurdles that plague the world in regards to metabolic health and talk about the state of h…
 
Today, we talk about Hierocles' Circle and how it compares to what we know about the 6 Dimensions of Wellness and Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. @MacHawbaker (www.MacHawbaker.com)Visit the Store and use discount code 10TACOS to receive 10% Off your entire order. **Donations help keep us going. At MacHawbaker.com/podcast you can make a one time or reo…
 
On Episode 61 of the Subjectively Objective podcast, we analyze some "words of wisdom" from one of the social media "gurus" and the impact they can have on those who don't know any better. Information is abundant in our society. But the right information can be hard to decipher at times. This episode reviews a discussion I had with a colleague and …
 
Today we talk Justin Jackson. Justin has traveled the world and experienced numerous milestones in self actualization. In this conversation, we talk where he has come, where he is at, and a bit about where he sees himself future. DISCLAIMER: Due to technical issues unbeknown to me during the recording process, there is some distortion in my voice i…
 
It's the salty sea air for me and me crew. Yes. Episode 59 is, indeed, a pirate themed episode. We talk about the importance of focus. Sometimes, we may lose sight of our goals. But the one constant is the horizon. By maintaining our course and using the horizon, no matter what life throws our way, we can reach our destination. We just have to keep…
 
Episode 58 of the Subjectively Objective #podcast is here. In this episode we talk about how little things can really take their toll on you if left unchecked as I share some recent events that forced me to follow my own #advice. We are the product of our own hard work when it comes to becoming a better individual. Sometimes we can forget that we h…
 
On Episode 57 of the Subjectively Objective podcast we interview Jason Allen. Jason Allen is a filmmaker, musician, and former athlete. Through his company, He Said She Said Productions, he has produced and released 9 films with no signs of stopping. Jason and I talk about everything from MMA, Film and Theatre culture (and cancel culture), and over…
 
Episode 56 of the Subjectively Objective podcast has us talking about permission. In the last several weeks, the topic of permission has been popping up on multiple fronts, specifically, individuals failing to give themself permission to succeed. Today we talk about 3 things you must first give yourself permission to do so that you can attain a lev…
 
Today, on the Subjectively Objective #podcast, we talk about Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. Developed in 1943, this pyramid has been long used in the #SocialSciences to discuss the evolution of human development on a physical, mental, and emotional level. We talk about the pyramid and it's similarity to the 6 Dimensions of Wellness and why it's impor…
 
Today, in our first interview episode of 2021, we sit down and talk with the lovely Sashika Baunchand. Sashika is the founder of Outstanding Mature Girlz, a non-profit organization focused on helping and mentoring female youth. Sashika's passion for helping others has turned OMG into a rapidly growing entity that has had a positive impact on young …
 
2021 is here. Congrats! You made it. Now, it's time to start the year off on the right foot. Today, on the Subjectively Objective Podcast, we discuss that while it is mandatory to keep your focus on the goals ahead of you, it is necessary to take a look back and remember where we have come from. We naturally choose the path of least resistance as a…
 
"Um." I say this word A LOT in the episode, so be warned. This episode is very laid back and off the cuff. We talk about some of the happenings over the last year as well as what the new year holds for us. A big thank you to all of y'all who have been with us since day one. And a very big thank you to all of y'all who have joined the journey and ha…
 
The good news: I had a fantastic guest lined up for today's show. The bad news: they pulled out at the last Second (literally). The better, gooder news: I was able to get a special "Improvised" guest on the show. On this episode, in addition to having a little fun and not taking things too seriously, we talk about some tips to help you maintain you…
 
We all have problems. As we become more efficient in solving them, it is easy to get discouraged with that fact that no matter how good we become at overcoming resistance, resistance keeps on showing up. Today we talk about the inevitability of problems and obstacles and what the best course of action is to deal with them.--- @MacHawbaker (www.MacH…
 
We have been taught that setting goals is a way of life. It starts at a very young age and shapes our path through life depending on how well we comprehend it. So what happens when we are in the habit of making goals as an excuse to keep from pursuing the ones we have already set? Today on the podcast we talk about using goals as an excuse. It's ea…
 
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