Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Tom Bilyeu
Dec 03, 2020 55 min

Anti-Aging Expert Reveals Secret to Staying Young | Dr. Alexander Paziotopoulos on Health Theory

Check out our Sponsors Theragun: Try it for 30 days starting at only $199. Go to Butcher Box: Bacon for Life is back! New members get a package of FREE bacon in every box for the life of the subscription at Skillshare: The first 1,000 people to use our link will get a free trial of Skillshare Premium Membership. Grammarly: Get 20% off Grammarly Premium when you sign up using your desktop or laptop computer by visiting Aging. It’s something most, if not all, of us accept as just a normal part of life. Yet, what if we’ve been approaching ‘aging’ wrong this entire time? What if there was a way to not only slow down our aging process but put an end to aging altogether? On this episode of Health Theory, Tom Bilyeu is joined by anti-aging, regenerative, and age-reversal medical expert Dr. Alex Paziotopoulos to discuss such matters and more as they explore how you can put a halt to your body’s aging process and begin turning back your biological clock for good. They discuss the modern science behind age reversing, the importance of sleep on your brain, the ideal lifestyle you should be aiming for, why a meat-based diet may be aging you, why your world is ‘too sterile,’ the differences between good and bed stress, the supplements you can take to prevent aging, and the practical steps you can take today to begin slowing down how you age. SHOW NOTES: Anti-Aging | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals the science behind today’s age reversing. [0:51] Sleep | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals how your lack of sleep might be aging you. [7:05] During Sleep | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals what occurs in your brain when sleeping. [8:50] Lifestyle | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals the optimal things you can do to prevent aging. [10:20] Diets | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals the differences between meat or plant-based diets. [11:51] Meat | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals the effects of eating meat on the body. [13:44] Studies | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals the studies we should look to for changing our diets. [15:22] Protein | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals the amount of protein you should have per day. [17:25] Efficiency | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals how to achieve the most efficient body. [20:39 ] Sterile | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals the downsides of our extremely sterile world. [21:44] Good Stress | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals the healthy stressors our bodies need. [24:21] Supplements | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals the key supplements to take. [26:06] Metformin | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals how Metformin may prolong our lives. [29:00] What To Do | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals the key pillars of change needed to live longer. [32:44] Truth | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals how he has his patients truly confront their own truths. [37:43] Bad Stress | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals the stress you need to remove from your life. [39:35] Connect | Dr. Paziotopoulos reveals how to learn more about changing how you age. [41:37] QUOTES: “We want to go beyond what nature created for us and the environment. We want to optimize. The average person isn’t even close to their genetic potential. So, we want to go beyond your genetic potential.” [13:26] “…you’re not a human being, you’re a conglomerate of all of these organisms together. So you have, you know, hundreds of millions of different species just living in you. And so when we look at hunter-gatherer populations and what their microbiome looks like versus us, we’re completely sterile compared to them.” [21:24] “There’s not a system of the body that we’re not looking at and that we’re not trying to optimize because it all works together. You can’t just say, “I’ll optimize your heart.” There’s no way, it’s impossible, right? Everything’s connected. And so, we have to look at all the systems and see where we’re at.” [41:09] FOLLOW DR. PAZIOTOPOULOS: Website: Phone: 844-734-3678 Instagram: Facebook:
Dec 01, 2020 1 hr 1 min

Why You've Been Lied to About Where to Put Your Time, Energy, & Focus | Seth Godin on Impact Theory

Check out our Sponsors Indeed: Go to for a FREE $75 credit to boost your job post. NETGEAR: Learn more at Blinkist: Go to Try it FREE for 7 days and save 25% off your new subscription. Helix Sleep: Get up to $200 off all mattresses at Are you struggling to accomplish your goals because you’re so focused on the outcome? If something “fails” or isn’t a “success,” do you let that eat away at your motivation and define who you are? It’s time for you to throw away everything you’ve learned about success and begin to shift your mindset to focus on your effort in everything you do, rather than the outcome. On this episode of Impact Theory, Tom Bilyeu is joined by author, entrepreneur, and teacher Seth Godin to discuss such matters and more as they explore why you need to stop focusing on outcomes and begin focusing on your efforts. They discuss why we’re all brainwashed from an early age, the power of streaks, feedback, and criticism, how to move through life with intention, why you have to put your work ‘on the hook,’ how to act with generosity, why making new mistakes is moves you closer to your goal, how to overcome imposter syndrome, and the power of having a group around you to provide constructive criticism. Order Seth’s new book, “The Practice: Shipping Creative Work”: SHOW NOTES: Outcome vs Effort | Seth discusses his book and "showing your bad.” [1:01] Brainwashed | Seth shares how we’ve become brainwashed without knowing it. [2:15] Changing Lives | Seth discusses his new book and the time taken to write it. [3:35] Streaks | Seth shares the power of getting feedback and criticism on your work. [5:53] Intention | Seth discusses how to move towards goals with intention. [7:35] On the Hook | Seth shares why you should put your work ‘on the hook.’ [9:21] Generosity | Seth tells a fishing story and the purpose of being connected to your work. [11:10] Real Life | Seth discusses how to practically build your ‘art’ into a way of income. [14:00] Self | Seth discusses why you need to trust yourself. [17:58] Behavior | Seth discusses why changing your behavior changes your identity. [19:59] Passion | Seth shares why passion is a choice and how to choose it. [21:24] Better | Seth discusses the power of ‘seeing’ and developing ‘good taste.’ [25:32 ] New Mistakes | Seth shares how to move closer and closer to your goals. [28:12] Imposter Syndrome | Seth discusses the power of verbalizing. [33:08] Dangers | Seth discusses why always being authentic has its downfalls. [38:14] Feeling Alive | Seth discusses the purpose of our lives that gives us meaning and joy. [42:46] Feedback | Seth shares how to let your guard down so that you can take criticism. [40:39] Build Your Group | Seth discusses the people who’s feedback you should be listening to. [44:14] Bitterness | Miles Davis and the rabbit hole he got stuck in that turned him bitter. [47:43] Mindset | Seth shares how he approaches people, life, and our abilities. [51:25] Takeaway | Seth shares what he hopes you takeaway from today’s discussion. [55:17] Connect | Seth shares ways you can continue to follow his work and to stay connected. [56:10] QUOTES: "The practice is not the means to the output. The practice is the output, because the practice is all we can control.” [6:42] “Doing the work changes our story about the work and I think it’s so much more reliable, and so much easier, to love what you do than it is to do what you love.” [21:48] “Consistency is part of being peculiar. Consistently generous, consistently showing up, rhyming with yourself in a way that you’re proud of but no, not authentic. You’re not entitled.” [38:44] FOLLOW SETH: Blog: Podcast: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram:
Nov 24, 2020 31 min

6 Experts Share Important Lessons on Being Grateful | Impact Theory

Check out our sponsors! Panasonic HomeCHEF 4-in-1 Multi-Oven: To receive special offers, go to and become a Panasonic Kitchen Insider. Blinkist: Go to Try it FREE for 7 days and save 25% off your new subscription. NETGEAR: Learn more at This Thanksgiving, open your mind and heart to appreciation, gratefulness, and thankfulness for others. On this episode of Impact Theory, Tom Bilyeu is joined by multiple experts with a focus on positivity, gratefulness, and appreciation including John Maxwell, Jewel, Ken Honda, Rainn Wilson, Chamillionaire, and Jocko Willink. They focus on and discuss the power of valuing others right from the start, how to add value to others’ lives, why you should be profoundly grateful, how to have a mindset of appreciation, the power of always giving back, how to be always looking for positivity, and why relationships are absolutely key to succeeding in life. SHOW NOTES: Value People | John Maxwell discusses the power of connecting to others. [1:22] Adding Value | John Maxwell shares why you should seek to add value for others. [2:03] Be Profoundly Grateful | Jewel reveals your ability to get addicted to positive things. [5:02] Gratitude | Jewel reveals how to leverage gratitude to eliminate anxiety. [8:07] Appreciate | Ken Honda shares how to shift your mindset towards appreciation. [9:58] Give It Back | Rainn Wilson shares the ultimate potential achieved when serving others. [16:20] Find The Positives | Chamillionaire discusses the power of focusing on what's possible. [18:35] Honor Your Relationships | Jocko Willink reveals how to build useful relationships. [22:30] QUOTES: “Giving value to people and expressing that to them is the common ground that builds relationships.” [2:01] “…the people with a radiance of appreciation often attract more people and more opportunities.” [12:02] “When I say that relationships are the most important thing in getting things done. When I look back at my career in the Navy in the Seal Teams, just about every single thing that I ever did was through relationships." [22:29] FOLLOW JOHN MAXWELL: Website: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: FOLLOW JEWEL: Website: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: FOLLOW KEN HONDA: Website: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: FOLLOW RAINN WILSON: Website: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: FOLLOW CHAMILLIONAIRE: Website: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: FOLLOW JOCKO WILLINK: Website: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:
Nov 19, 2020 52 min

Personal Trainer Shares Struggles from Journey of Gaining and Losing Weight | Drew Manning

Are you struggling to kickstart your fitness journey? Has 2020 knocked you back and you’re finding it difficult to get back up and push yourself physically and mentally? On this episode of Health Theory, Tom Bilyeu is joined by health and fitness expert Drew Manning to discuss such matters and more as they explore Drew’s incredible journey of going from fit to fat to forty and what he’s learned along the way. They discuss the unique struggles people face when out of shape, overweight, or living an unhealthy lifestyle, how to approach body image in a healthy way, why we self-sabotage ourselves when starting out on a fitness journey, how to understand our self-worth, how to become more self-aware, why doing hard things is good both mentally and physically for us, and the importance of finding a community to struggle with along the way. Check out our sponsors! Butcher Box: New members get 6 FREE grass-fed, grass-finished steaks at Better Help: Get 10% off your first month at Tresta: Start your free 30-day trial at ISSUU: and use promo code IMPACTTHEORY at checkout for your FREE account or 50% off your premium account. SHOW NOTES: Fit 2 Fat | Drew shares why he is once again going through his extreme transformation. [0:55] Struggle | Drew shares why people have such difficult experiences when overweight. [3:50] Body Talk | Drew shares how he approaches discussing body image with his daughters. [5:42] Parenting | Drew discusses parenting and the curveballs he faces. [8:46] Physical | Drew discusses why he pushes his children to explore athletics and sports. [10:26] Drive | Drew shares where his drive for pursuing health comes from. [12:22] Differences | Drew discusses the differences in feeling healthy and unhealthy. [13:38] Self-Sabotage | Drew discusses our internal critic that holds us back from going further. [16:45] Self-Worth | Drew shares how you can develop self-worth and stop self-sabotaging. [19:00] Self-Awareness | Drew shares ways you can practice becoming more self-aware. [20:50] Hard Things | Drew discusses the power of doing hard things. [22:08] Running 100 Miles | Drew shares his inspiring journey of running 100 miles. [23:38] Diets | Drew shares how people do diets improperly. [28:10] Blood Work | Drew discusses the importance of tracking your blood work. [31:27] Hormones | Drew shares how eating unhealthy has affected his libido. [33:00] Why? | Drew shares what drives him to ultimately return back to his healthy ways. [34:43] Pushback | Drew discusses why the first two-weeks are the hardest when starting out. [36:01] Not Alone | Drew shares the importance of finding your community in your journey. [38:05] Keto | Drew explains his approach to the Mediterranean ketogenic diet. [39:04] Comparisons | Drew discusses the blood results he will be comparing while dieting. [42:27] Connect | Drew shares where you can follow his journey and how to connect with him. [43:01] QUOTES: “What happens is, as we grow up, I think we become attached to our thoughts, we become attached to our stories, and we become attached to our emotions. And so in those moments, we’re just being pulled in all these different directions based off of how we react to situations…”[19:09] “There was this other part in my head that said, “Look, this is gonna suck. It sucks right now. This is uncomfortable. This feels like hell, but guess what? All this hell, all this pain is temporary.”” [27:14] “It’s not about getting ‘the body,’ it’s about falling in love with the process because you’re worth it. Not because you hate yourself and you want to look skinny, but because you’re worth it to live a healthy lifestyle.” [37:51] FOLLOW DREW: Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: TikTok:
Nov 17, 2020 55 min

Psychotherapist's Hacks on How to Change Your Life | Lori Gottlieb on Impact Theory

Change. What holds us back from accomplishing it, why do we fail time and time again in pursuit of it, and how can achieve it once and for all? It is what frees us from being stuck in our ways and it opens up our lives to new opportunities, perspectives, and paths that we didn’t even knew existed. On this episode of Impact Theory, Tom Bilyeu joins psychotherapist and author Lori Gottlieb to discuss such matters and more as they explore the power of therapy, how to move on from your past and forwards towards change, and why self-compassion is crucial to leading a happy life. They discuss how to become unstuck in your negative ways, how to truly achieve change in your life, why it’s crucial you need to have self-compassion, the freedom in knowing you have choices, how to see things from other people’s perspectives, how forgiveness is truly achieved, and ways to overcome trauma and pain. Check out our amazing sponsors! Butcher Box: New members get 6 FREE grass-fed, grass-finished steaks at Audible: Get 1 credit to pick any title and 2 Audible Originals from a monthly selection. Visit or text IMPACT to 500-500 Panasonic HomeCHEF 4-in-1 Multi-Oven: To receive special offers, go to and become a Panasonic Kitchen Insider. Order Lori’s Book, ‘Maybe You Should Talk To Someone’: SHOW NOTES: Stories | Lori shares the power of stories and why she chose that approach for her book. [0:10] Unstuck | Lori discusses the power of therapy and its ability to move you forward in life. [1:23] Change | Lori discusses our incredible ability to make changes to our personalities. [2:57] Approach | Lori shares her approach as a therapist to encourage her patients to change. [4:41] Choice | Lori discusses why people face such challenges when trying to make change. [6:35] Comfort | Lori shares how she makes her patients comfortable with the idea of change. [9:10] The List | Lori shares the guideline that can help you begin moving towards change. [10:05] Self-Compassion | Lori discusses how to develop self-compassion in your life. [14:29] Cognitive | Lori shares her approach in relation to cognitive behavioral therapy. [15:57] Homework | Lori reveals the actionable homework she assigns to those that seek it. [16:45] Freedom | Lori discusses the power of taking a breath and feeling the freedom of choice. [17:56] Perspectives | Lori shares the power of putting yourself in other people’s shoes. [20:59] Betrayal | Lori shares how she approaches cases of patients with hurting relationships. [23:41] Cheating | Lori discusses what could really have been going on when a partner cheats. [25:35] Patterns | Lori shares examples of unfinished business brought into relationships. [27:00] Childhood | Lori discusses the influence of your childhood self has on your adult self. [28:27] Forgiveness | Lori discusses the true nature of forgiveness and how it’s achieved. [29:50] Overcome | Loris discusses how a couple can come back together after betrayal. [35:43] The Sexes | Lori shares the similarities between both men and women in therapy. [38:23] Trauma | Lori discusses pain and how it shapes our personalities if we don’t heal. [41:53] Move Forward | Lori shares why you need to accept the freedom of adulthood. [44:36] Reframe | Lori discusses how you should frame your mind to let go and move forward. [46:36] Connect | Lori shares how you can continue to follow her and stay connected. [47:50] QUOTES: “…some of us, like sort of human nature, would rather stay in the familiar place, even if the familiar is miserable or unpleasant, than to say I’m gonna risk something and go to this place that makes me really uncomfortable.” [7:47] “Most big transformations come about from the tiny, almost imperceptible, steps that we take along the way.” [9:49] “People act a certain way because they have to keep you at a distance so that you can’t see their pain.” [43:16] FOLLOW LORI: Website: TED Talk: Podcast: Column: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram:
Nov 12, 2020 1 hr 57 min

Neuroscientist Reveals Your Brain is Just “Guessing” & Doesn’t Know Anything | Lisa Feldman Barrett

The experiences you carry with you from your past greatly affect how you respond in the future. We are constantly feeding our brain data based on the world and circumstances we live in. Based on these experiences, our brain is able to formulate a ‘best guess’ and, thus, we form our responses. But are we really in control of our responses? Does our brain truly know anything or is everything our brain concludes merely just a ‘best guess’ and nothing more? On this episode of Conversations with Tom, Tom joins neuroscientist, psychologist, and author Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett to discuss such matters and more as they explore how the human brain develops it’s responses to the world and why it’s important for us to not only understand it for our own sake, but for the benefit of others as well. They discuss the difference between emotion and affect, how our brains develop during childhood, how culture is built into our brains, how concepts are formed and used within our brains, what our body budgets are, and why we should be always approach each other with empathy and compassion first. Order Lisa’s Book, ‘Seven and a Half Lessons About The Brain’: Check out our amazing sponsors! Indeed: Go to for a FREE $75 credit to boost your job post. ExpressVPN: Visit and find out how you can get 3 months free. Skillshare: The first 1,000 people to use our link will get a free trial of Skillshare Premium Membership. ISSUU: and use promo code IMPACTTHEORY at checkout for your FREE account or 50% off your premium account. SHOW NOTES: Intro | Tom introduces today’s guest, neuroscientist, and author Lisa Feldman Barrett. [0:03] Emotions | Lisa discusses the key differences between experiencing emotion and affect. [0:39] Brain Guesses | Lisa breaks down how our brains process data to inform us how to feel. [9:07] Sense Data | Lisa shares how our brain processes our senses and the fidelity of each. [11:04] Semantic | Lisa reveals why the notion that we don’t experience emotion isn’t semantic. [19:59] Development | Lisa discusses the early development and wiring of a baby’s brain. [25:34] Culture | Lisa discusses how our cultures are developed into us at an early age. [31:04] Usability | Lisa breaks down culture and how they serve us in our pursuit of our goals. [37:31] Concepts | Lisa discusses what concepts are and how they work in our mind’s eye. [42:21] Change | Lisa shares how experiences have the power to change our brain’s function. [47:51] Stuck in the Past | Lisa discusses why people are stuck on past experiences. [54:30] Body Budget | Lisa shares what your body budget is and how you balance it. [57:19] Deficits | Lisa discusses the traits of today’s world that drains our body budgets. [1:03:53] Give and Take | Lisa shares how we influence and balance each other’s body budgets. [1:11:46] Responsibility | Lisa shares why we need to educate ourselves on body budgets. [1:16:52] Little Things | Lisa shares the things we should be mindful of for a more fulfilling life. [1:23:23] Different Paths | Lisa discusses the benefits and disadvantages of a zen approach. [1:25:19] Debate | Lisa discusses our current political system and how we speak to each other. [1:29:20] Goals | Lisa discusses how we prioritize in pursuit of achieving our goals. [1:37:58] Empathy | Lisa shares the practice of approaching people with compassion. [1:42:36] Closing | Tom shares his final thoughts and the power of Lisa’s teachings. [1:49:10] QUOTES: “…there is no “just the cultural interpretation.” When your brain is making a prediction about what something means, that is a very sensory motor prediction, there is no culture laid on top.” [32:11] “When your brain is making a prediction, it’s using regularities from experience in your past. And if you live in a particular culture, your regulators are going to be really different than somebody in a different culture.” [46:14] “The important thing to understand is that every experience you have has the capacity to, even a little bit, change your brain’s function in the future.” [53:35] FOLLOW LISA: Website: Twitter:
Nov 10, 2020 1 hr 8 min

Matthew McConaughey Shares His Trick for Getting What You Want | Impact Theory

In life, what is it that pushes us to discover our true self-identities? Who are we truly and how can we begin to know ourselves on the deepest level possible so that we can push through life’s greatest failures and relish in life’s greatest successes? By chasing fear, taking on challenges, and learning to live in discomfort, we can uncover who it is we truly are. On this episode of Impact Theory, Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey joins Tom Bilyeu to discuss such matters and more as they explore the stories and lessons Matthew has accumulated throughout his life that defines his drive, purpose, and his true self-identity. They discuss the lessons in Matthew’s new book ‘Greenlights,’ why you need to discover your true self, how needing puts you in a position to not be yourself, how to truly develop confidence, why resistance in life reveals who we truly are, why reinventing yourself through life is key to growth, how chasing fear keeps your drive alive, and what values are important to leading a life of freedom. Order Matthew’s new book, ‘Greenlights’: Check out our amazing sponsors! Panasonic HomeCHEF 4-in-1 Multi-Oven: To receive special offers, go to and become a Panasonic Kitchen Insider. NETGEAR: Learn more at Blinkist: Go to Try it FREE for 7 days and save 25% off your new subscription. NetSuite: Schedule your FREE Product Tour at SHOW NOTES: Intro | Tom introduces and welcomes Matthew McConaughey to today’s show. [0:03] Origin | Matthew discusses the origin behind writing his new book, 'Greenlights.’ [1:02] Knowing Yourself | Matthew shares the importance of knowing yourself on a deep level. [3:10 ] Stop Needing | Matthew shares how desperation removes us from being truly ourselves. [7:07] Confidence | Matthew reveals the power of truly not giving a damn. [10:10] Resistance | Matthew shares an incredible story of truly discovering himself in Australia. [13:42] Alone | Matthew discusses the power of sitting alone with yourself. [21:10] Journeys | Matthew shares how uncomfortable journeys always provide life lessons. [23:34 ] Identity | Matthew reveals what forms our identity as we walk through life. [27:46] Re-Invent Yourself | Matthew discusses how he didn’t let fame trap him from growing. [34:03] Chase Fear | Matthew shares why you should pursue things that scare you. [37:11] Challenge | Matthew shares a story of chasing a recurring dream of a journey in Africa. [40:12 ] Just Go | Matthew reveals the power of making a choice and committing to it. [54:01] Values | Matthew shares the values you should embrace for a life of freedom. [55:45] Lessons | Matthew shares the lessons he seeks to pass on to his children. [1:01:25] Closing | Tom shares the inspiration found in Matthew’s new book, ‘Greenlights.’ [1:04:02] QUOTES: “What better subject to study than ourselves? What better subject to interrogate and investigate daily? What’s the one character that we are never going to get, that we should never get bored with chasing to figure out? But also, what’s the one character that we can’t get away from? Ourselves. It’s the one person that we can’t get rid of.” [3:07] “…there’s a responsibility to freedom and that there is freedom in responsibility.” [55:41] “If you live hating and feeling like you can’t do stuff or lying, you’re not going to create green lights in your future for yourself.” [1:03:43] FOLLOW MATTHEW: Website: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram:
Nov 05, 2020 50 min

Cancer Doctor Talks Environmental Medicine & Its Ability to Prevent Disease | Dr. Christian Gonzalez

The quality of our health isn’t defined by one singular meal, experience, or moment but rather by a collection of our habits over the long term. What we put into our bodies and the environment we build around ourselves can have a great affect on our health over a long period of time. How can we build a healthy environment for ourselves that includes healthy foods, habits, and a safe and healthy home? On this episode of Health Theory, holistic solution-oriented specialist and environmental health expert Dr. Christian Gonzalez joins Tom Bilyeu to sit down and discuss such matters and mores as they discuss the link between our environment and illness, disease, and cancer. They discuss the impact of GMOs on our health, which foods to avoid, which foods to consume more of, how our environments affect our health, the affect of BPA on the body, ways to detox our bodies and rid ourselves of pesticides and heavy metals, how cancer forms in the body and ways to prevent it, and how our diet is directly linked to cancer growth. This episode is brought to you by: Butcher Box: For a limited time, new members can get a FREE Thanksgiving turkey when you sign up at Better Help: Get 10% off your first month at Skillshare: The first 1,000 people to use our link will get a free trial of Skillshare Premium Membership. Tresta: Start your free 30-day trial at SHOW NOTES: GMOs | Dr. Christian Gonzalez discusses the importance of gut function and GMOs. [0:51] Food List | Dr. Christian Gonzalez shares common foods that are affected most by GMOs. [3:19] Tests | Dr. Christian Gonzalez discusses the way to test your body for pesticides. [4:00] Environmental Medicine | Dr. Christian Gonzalez discusses how exposure affects health. [4:33] What to Avoid | Dr. Christian Gonzalez reveals the pesticides to avoid and how to do so. [6:16] BPA | Dr. Christian Gonzalez discusses the negative affects of BPA in the body. [7:30] Heavy Metals | Dr. Christian Gonzalez shares the heavy metals that affect our health. [9:52] Detox Systems | Dr. Christian Gonzalez discusses the detox systems we need everyday. [11:19] Home | Dr. Christian Gonzalez shares how to detox your home. [16:02] Cancer | Dr. Christian Gonzalez discusses the links and causes of cancer. [20:05] Trauma | Dr. Christian Gonzalez shares the link between trauma, stress, and cancer. [24:20] Sophisticated | Dr. Christian Gonzalez reveals what cancer is trying to do in the body. [26:58] Cells | Dr. Christian Gonzalez discusses how a cell is triggered and becomes cancerous. [30:35] Causes | Dr. Christian Gonzalez shares what tests could determine causes of cancer. [33:14] Diets | Dr. Christian Gonzalez shares the diets he puts his patients on. [34:32 ] Anti-Cancer | Dr. Christian Gonzalez shares what has anti-cancer properties. [35:13] Keto & Fasting | Dr. Christian Gonzalez discusses glucose, fasting, and cancer. [38:52] Connect | Dr. Christian Gonzalez shares how you can find him and follow him for more. [40:43] QUOTES: “BPA mimics estrogen, binds to the cell, and then tells the cell, “Hey, estrogen’s here, act accordingly.”” [8:13] “…we don’t have to be crazy hardcore, we just have to make little shifts over time…” [18:20] “Is there an obstacle to healing and are we giving the body what it needs to heal? I believe almost every disease can be healed if we ask that question.” [31:31] FOLLOW DR. GONZALEZ: Website: Podcast: Instagram:
Nov 03, 2020 1 hr 7 min

Stanford Psychiatrist Reveals How Cognitive Therapy Can Cure Your Depression and Anxiety | Dr David Burns on Impact Theory

Living with depression, anxiety, and negative thoughts each and every day can feel like a merry-go-round of pain that is seemingly impossible to get off of. What if there was a quick, prescription-free method that was powerful and effective at attacking the roots of our negative thoughts? What would a clear step-by-step blueprint look like? How can we begin walking on a path towards feeling great and eliminating our deep-seated depression, anxiety, and negativity? On this episode of Impact Theory, psychiatrist, cognitive behavioral therapist, and author David Burns joins Tom Bilyeu to discuss such matters and more as they explore the incredible and real world practical effects of cognitive behavioral therapy and how you can begin applying it your life today to overcome depression, anxiety, and negativity. They discuss the power of cognitive behavioral therapy, the connection between your emotional thoughts and neurochemistry, the power of T.E.A.M. therapy, techniques to overcoming your negative thoughts, and the types of resistance and roadblocks we create for ourselves in therapy and recovery. Purchase Dr. David Burns' new book, "Feeling Great: The Revolutionary New Treatment for Depression and Anxiety": This episode is brought to you by: Indeed: Go to for a FREE $75 credit to boost your job post. Panasonic HomeCHEF 4-in-1 Multi-Oven: To receive special offers, go to and become a Panasonic Kitchen Insider. Helix Sleep: Get up to $200 off all mattresses at PATLive: Get 10% off your first year of service after a 14-day free trial. Visit SHOW NOTES: Breakdown | David breaks down cognitive behavioral therapy and why it’s effective. [1:13] Brain | David discusses the connection between chemicals in the brain and our emotions. [6:21] T.E.A.M. Therapy | David breaks down what T.E.A.M. cognitive therapy is. [10:30] Postpartum | David discusses why postpartum depression isn’t a chemical reaction. [13:22] Train Tracks | David shares a story about a train and its connection to our thoughts. [15:27] Techniques | David reveals key steps to overcoming depression and negative thoughts. [21:52] Resistance | David shares the roadblocks people put up for themselves during recovery. [31:38] Magic Button | David shares the power ‘positive reframing’ has in overcoming negativity. [34:11] Resistance Types | David breaks down the types of resistances exist in our minds. [42:59] Speaking | David shares how he overcame his own anxiety with fear of public speaking. [48:09] Praise | Tom shares his praise for David’s work and the impact it has had on his life. [58:04] QUOTES: “The discovery that you’re wrong when you’re depressed, that you’re giving yourself unfair or wrong messages, is the greatest discovery a human being can make." [15:08] “It’s learning to treat yourself with compassion and kindness and realism rather than bullying yourself with these distorted negative thoughts, and that was really the essence of cognitive therapy.” [29:26] “…there’s something that you’re going to have to do, that you’re not going to want to do, to get better.” [45:52] FOLLOW DAVID: Website: Twitter: Facebook:
Oct 29, 2020 3 hr 23 min

Conversations with Tom | Rachel Hollis Reveals How 2020 Will Awaken Strength You Never Knew You Had

Trauma, healing, and 2020. It is without a doubt that this year has been one of the most dark and tumultuous years in America’s modern history. Every corner of the country has felt physical, emotional, mental, and economic pain. Without a doubt, there will be a great deal of trauma felt as a result of this year. How should we be responding to it? What can we do to cope with such trauma in life and how can we come through dark times stronger and more resilient than before? On this episode of Conversations with Tom, author, blogger, and motivational speaker Rachel Hollis joins Tom Bilyeu to discuss such matters and more as they explore how to look at trauma in your life in a strong, healthy, and productive way that will help you move past it and grow. They discuss the devastation of 2020, why you need to speak from your scars, the origin of intuition, why you should crave competition, how to deal with stress, the reality of being a hardcore entrepreneur as a woman, the importance of having goals in life, the challenges they both faced in building their businesses, and much more. Order Rachel’s new book, “Didn’t See That Coming”: This episode is brought to you by: Better Help: Get 10% off your first month at Panasonic HomeCHEF 4-in-1 Multi-Oven: To receive special offers, go to and become a Panasonic Kitchen Insider. NETGEAR: Learn more at SHOW NOTES: Where We Are Now | Rachel shares why she decided to write a book on trauma. [0:45] Economic Disaster | Rachel discusses the economic devastation felt this year. [7:15] Speak From Your Scars | Rachel reveals why she included her divorce in the book. [10:52] Comments | Rachel discusses YouTube and social media comments. [14:31] Energy Healing | Rachel discusses energy healing and cold reading. [21:10] Intuition | Rachel and Tom discuss intuition and where it comes from. [29:24] Everybody Has Something | Rachel and Tom discuss the minimum requirements. [33:58] The Social Dilemma | Rachel discusses the dark truth of technology. [36:04] Crave | Rachel and Tom discuss what’s possible to get addicted to and what isn’t. [41:38] Writing | Rachel and Tom discuss writing motivational books versus writing fiction. [50:43] Character | Rachel and Tom discuss what makes up a person’s character. [53:59] Competition | Rachel and Tom discuss being competitive in your pursuit of your goals. [58:27] Death | Rachel and Tom discuss death and confronting mortality. [59:25] Childhood | Rachel shares how her childhood had an impact on the rest of her life. [1:06:16] Sincere Pursuit | Tom shares why if today were his last day, he would be proud. [1:08:07] Authenticity | Rachel and Tom discuss the importance of knowing yourself. [1:10:00] Dealing With Stress | Rachel and Tom discuss meditation and managing stress. [1:18:17] Rules | Rachel and Tom discuss the importance of drawing a line in the sand. [1:26:04] Entrepreneur | Rachel discusses being a woman in ‘hardcore’ entrepreneurship. [1:27:56] Goals | Rachel and Tom discuss the importance of having a goal. [1:37:14] Money | Rachel and Tom share why money should never be the motivating factor. [1:44:35] Business | Rachel and Tom discuss the perseverance needed in building businesses.[1:48:34] Identity | Rachel shares why she keeps pushing through the barriers. [1:54:58] Difficulty | Rachel and Tom share the challenges they faced that brought them to today. [2:02:15] Social Media | Rachel shares how she discovered the reason for her anxiety. [2:10:15] Imagery | Tom and Rachel discuss the power crafted images in our minds have. [2:16:13] Men & Women | Rachel and Tom discuss the unique strengths of men and women. [2:26:13] Truth | Rachel and Tom discuss what is absolute truth and whether it exists or not. [2:31:58] Robert Greene | Rachel and Tom discuss the writings of Robert Greene. [2:37:47] Seduction | Tom and Rachel discuss the power of seduction, love, and marriage. [2:42:07] Fears | Tom and Rachel share their mutual fear over brain damage. [2:49:16] Weight Loss | Tom and Rachel discuss intermittent fasting and weight loss. [2:54:50] Working Breakdown | Tom and Rachel discuss their work routines and schedules. [3:04:25] Motherhood | Rachel shares why she didn’t enjoy being a mom at first. [3:09:44] Wedding Planning | Rachel shares crazy stories from being a wedding planner. [3:12:47] QUOTES: “You’re never supposed to teach from your open wounds, you’re supposed to teach from scars.” [12:00] “The magic happens in the pursuit. You become who you’re meant to be in the pursuit of something.” [1:38:15] “There are a lot of people who will quit what was a billion dollar idea, who won’t ever make the podcast that would have been better than Rogan, right? They will stop doing the thing that actually was genius because someone was mean to them on social [media].” [2:10:23] FOLLOW RACHEL: Website: Instagram: Twitter: Facebook: