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WST 133: Addiction is stronger than compassion

Just what the title says. Addiction is stronger than compassion. You might want to care for others but if you don’t fix your ‘stuff’ you may not be able to. I also rail on the stupid government dietary ‘plate.’ Buy my new book! Six Truths: Live by these truths and

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philosophy, health, wellness, politics

WST 132: The Creation Myth

How necessary are feedback and comments in order to create something? In this episode I tackle comment culture, creation, and seriously question how cannabis can enhance the performance of an olympic sprinter. Listen to me on this podcast:Lifeblood Podcast Buy my new book! Six Truths: Live by these truths and

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philosophy, health, wellness, politics

WST 131: Life. It’s every day.

Improving your life and living a good life is hard frickin’ work. Can it get easier? Also, I’m really, really relieved that JK Rowlings is finally able to afford food and stuff. Listen to me on some podcasts:Soundbalming Podcast with Dr. Lamarr D. ShieldsGoodsugar Podcast Buy my new book! Six

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philosophy, health, wellness, politics

WST 129: The Inexplicable 3 am

Waking up at 3 am and can’t get back to sleep? Well, I am. But…there’s a solution and it can’t be explained with language. Also, a 6 year old doesn’t like me. Time to lay down some WST podcast truth. CNN article referenced in the episode Buy my new book!

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philosophy, health, wellness, politics

WST 128: The Power of Not Knowing

Let’s face it. There are some things we just don’t know and can’t know. And when we still try to find out about these things we rob ourselves of a life more lived in the present. Plus…soap bars for my children, and EDIBLES. Yes, edibles. Sid on “This Might Get

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philosophy, health, wellness, politics

WST 127: The One About Hunger and Boredom

It’s ok to feel hungry if you know where your next meal is coming from. It’s ok to feel boredom if entertainment is at your fingertips. Not only ok, but necessary to feel these little moments of discomfort in order to live a fulfilled and happy life. Joel Fuhrman MD:

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philosophy, health, wellness, politics

WST 126: Change your Mind

When did it become a bad thing to change your mind, to adjust your behavior when new facts present? Don’t know, don’t care. But when you have the strength to change your mind it can change the world. Also…what would Jesus drive? Sid on Vedge Your Best Podcast “I Am

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philosophy, health, wellness, politics

WST 125: Credit Where Credit is Due

One obstacle to living a healthier and happier life? Not noticing the wins along the way. Seriously. Learning to give yourself credit where credit is due begets more success long-term. Also, a perfect three-song playlist from on high. Sid on 5AM Miracle Podcast Sid on THINK Business Live Podcast My

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philosophy, health, wellness, politics

WST 124: Time and Place

Healthy eating? There’s a time and place. Same for unhealthy eating. Try to control things so much in an effort to avoid any irregularities or unevenness in your life, you lose. Sid on 5AM Miracle Podcast AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER!Six Truths: Live by these truths and be happy. Don’t and you

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