Episode 313: How to Get Rid of ALL Your Problems

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"The reality is that in life, consider that there are no problems, only situations."

Hal Elrod

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We all have problems, but how our problems affect us can differ greatly from one person to another. While one person might feel overwhelmed or even depressed by the problems we’re facing, someone else might actually feel optimistic and motivated, viewing their problems as opportunities for growth.

In the last year, I’ve dealt with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and severe sleep deprivation. And while these “problems” have been the most difficult I’ve ever dealt with (and am still dealing with), they have become my greatest opportunity for growth.

If we can change and reframe our perceptions, we can have a better quality of life. If we realize that the word “problem” is simply a label we’ve given to situations, and which amplifies our worst feelings – we can use them as a way to better understand ourselves, learn, and, most importantly, work through them.

In today’s solo episode, I want to show you how to look at “problems” through a new lens, shift your paradigm, and find not just solutions, but inner freedom.


  • Why I now set aside time at the beginning and end of my day to feel good – and how to integrate this into your daily practice.
  • How to get to the place where you don’t need external stimuli to be happy.
  • What I did to stop anxiety from keeping me up at night after a year of depression, fear, and uncertainty.
  • Why fixating on a problem amplifies it – and how to look for real solutions you can actually implement, even if you’re just turning to Google.
  • The reason you should never suffer in silence – and how to make the most of the lives we’ve been given.


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"Most moments are perfect. Only our minds tell us otherwise."

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