Rank #1: 109 - Sexy is a Mindset with Susan Bratton
Krisstina welcomes to the podcast award-winning speaker, author, and serial entrepreneur, Susan Bratton. Considered the “Dear Abby” of hot sex, Susan advocates for those who desire a more passionate relationship. As a self-described “sexpert,” Susan teaches lovemaking techniques, bedroom communication skills, and sexual health and longevity concepts through her company, Personal Life Media. After all, Susan’s personal mantra is “couples who play in bed together, stay together.”
In this episode, we discuss a myriad of topics stemming from relationships and sex. Susan candidly discusses the taboo label that sex has in our society and how pornography has negatively affected sex. She talks about the importance of being present, surrendering to pleasure, and enjoying intimacy with a sexual partner. We also learn about erotic playdates, how to have expanded orgasms, and unknown techniques that make for crazy-good sex. Who doesn’t want more of that? Finally, Susan debunks myths about sex that limit people from enhanced lovemaking with their partners.
For full show notes visit: http://wealthywellthy.life/109
Youtube link: https://youtu.be/fEYNbrZMvEA
Sep 07 2018
Rank #2: 099 Vanessa Van Edwards - Identifying Your Brand of Charisma
Vanessa Van Edwards is a best-selling author of the book, Captivate: The Science of Succeeding with People, and she is the lead investigator at her human behavior research lab, the Science of People. She speaks and writes about cracking the code of human behavior for better relationships, more success, and a better life. She and her work have been featured on NPR, The Wall Street Journal, The Today Show, USA Today, CNN, Fast Company, and Forbes. In addition, she is a monthly columnist for Entrepreneur Magazine and Huffington Post.
In this episode, we cover charisma, networking, how to use people skills to make more money, and more. Vanessa explains what she does in her job as a behavioral investigator, where she learns “what makes people tick.” She discusses how everyone has a different form of charisma and how the emotions of charismatic people influence those around them. By creating a matrix to understand others and their personality traits, you are able to form a deeper connection.
For full show notes visit: http://wealthywellthy.life/99
Jun 29 2018
Rank #3: 151 - Healing When It Seems Impossible with Dr. Shiroko Sokitch, MD
My guest on this episode of the Wealthy Wellthy podcast is Dr. Shiroko Sokitch, founder of Heart to Heart Medical Center in Santa Rosa, California. Dr. Sokitch’s story is very unique in that a traumatic experience at a young age instantly convinced her that she wanted to be a doctor in order to help and heal people. She went the traditional medical route, even saving a patient’s life during ER surgical residency, and at age 27 she had an epiphany about the difference between saving a life and living a life.
A friend of hers gave her the book “The Web That Has No Weaver”, which opened her eyes to the potential of Chinese medicine in making sense of strange things. She went to acupuncture school while working in the ER and dreamed of one day opening a medical center in California that would blend these two worlds. Dr. Sokitch came to realize that Western medicine focuses on fixing the issues and symptoms that people have while Eastern medicine relies more heavily on healing the root causes of those issues and perhaps other issues that have never been known. The practices of Eastern medicine transcend that which can be experienced through the five senses to understand the beliefs, energy, and emotions under the surface.
I felt that she was speaking directly to me and my healing journey and appreciated her educated insights into the dynamics at play in the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual realms. I resonated so strongly with her during our discussion and have seen first-hand the impacts that love, connectivity, and positive emotions can have on healing and wellness. Dr. Sokitch is committed to being well-informed about the external stimuli that could be impacting her patients’ health as well as encouraging her patients to listen to their bodies. She believes that no situation is beyond hope as long as you believe that healing is possible.
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Sep 20 2019
Rank #4: 003 - Ariel Garten: Technology Can Actually Make You More Mindful
Welcome to the Wealthy Wellthy Life with Krisstina Wise. In this episode Krisstina talks with Ariel Garten, the founder of Muse. Ariel is a Neuroscientist, Psychotherapist, and trained in Neurolinguistics programming. Krisstina and Ariel discuss meditation and the benefits of meditation for brain health. Ariel shares with us the reason behind Muse, which is a brain sensing headband that makes meditation easier, and how it can help us train our brain.
For full show notes and to download a FREE copy of the transcript for this episode, visit: http://wealthywellthy.life/3
Apr 27 2016
Rank #5: 117 - The Unconventional Route to Rich with Daniel Ameduri
Krisstina welcomes to the podcast self-made millionaire, financial writer, and co-founder of Future Money Trends, Daniel Ameduri. Holding a very specific view of finance, Daniel is an advocate for financial independence and believes that it is an attainable and worthwhile endeavor. He equates financial independence to the freedom to live the life you want to live. Daniel is constantly searching for future financial trends and is currently researching and investing in the fields of cryptocurrency and cannabis.
In this episode, we talk about wealth preservation and breaking from conventional norms to achieve financial independence. Daniel and Krisstina both share the view that passive income streams are necessary to achieve and sustain financial independence. Daniel recalls his firsthand experience with achieving wealth, losing it in a financial collapse, and struggling to earn it all back. This included a complete and total shift in Daniel’s lifestyle. He details the process by which he graduated from financial stability to financial independence and, eventually, to a liquid millionaire net worth. Finally, Daniel gives advice to financially independent individuals who are looking to invest their money wisely.
For full show notes visit: http://wealthywellthy.life/117
Nov 02 2018
Rank #6: 122 - The Behavioral Science Behind Spending With Jeff Kreisler
Today on Wealthy Wellthy Wise I interview Jeff Kreisler. Jeff is the Editor and Chief of People Science and the co-author of a must read money book, Dollars and Cents. He is a Princeton educated lawyer turned author, speaker, pundit, comedian and advocate for behavioral science.
In this episode Jeff exposes the hidden forces that secretly drive our poor choices we make with our money. He explains how irrational behavior interferes with our best intentions when it comes to managing our money, growing our savings, and building our investments. Why don’t value our future comfort and security as much as we value our present pleasure and spending?
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Jan 25 2019
Rank #7: 004 - Joan Rosenberg: Emotional Mastery Only Takes 90 Seconds
Welcome to the WealthyWellthy Life with Krisstina Wise. In this episode Krisstina chats with Dr. Joan Rosenberg about various mental health issues (not mental illness), the differences between biological and soulful depression, and why we should embrace change. Joan is a celebrity psychologist and author of Mean Girls, Meaner Women: Understanding Why Women Backstab, Betray, and Trash-Talk Each Other and How to Heal. She?s a professional speaker and trainer for mental health practitioners and entrepreneurs. Joan?s overall goal is to help people build their emotional strength and resilience so that they can live an authentic and vibrant life.
For full show notes and to download a FREE copy of the transcript for this episode, visit: http://wealthywellthy.life/4
May 02 2016
Rank #8: 152 - Building Wealth Through Real Estate Investing With Nichole Stohler
On this episode of the Wealthy Wellthy podcast, Nichole Stohler, “The Richer Geek”. Nichole became interested in real estate and real estate investing after reading Robert Kiyosaki’s book entitled “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”, and she and her husband started their journey in the industry in 1999. Their first attempt failed, but through that experience and over the next several years, they learned a lot from their mistakes to prepare them for future endeavors.
In 2011, they really began their concentrated effort on real estate investing, and the rest – as they say – is history. In her W2 job in the tech industry, Nichole notices a lot of people relying on their 401(k) plans as their main or sole source of “retirement” savings, but most people don’t realize that real estate investments have a much higher rate of return and provide much more flexibility and personal choice along the way. By simply matching your company’s 401(k) amount and putting the rest of what you would have contributed to “max out” that retirement account each year into real estate investments, you are diversifying your portfolio for the future.
Additionally, real estate allows you to generate multiple income streams and reap the tax benefits that come along with owning multiple properties. Nichole recommends that people really evaluate their goals and capacity before jumping into a real estate investment. Crucial considerations are location, how much capital you have to work with, how much time you are able to commit to real estate, and whether you are planning to use a property manager or manage the property yourself. Create a worst-case scenario set of your numbers to determine if you could still make money in the worst of times and reach out to your network or real estate investors in your area for their insights into the market.
Nichole is involved with a group in the Scottsdale area that is focused on women who want to get into real estate investing, some of which want to be a part of the beautification process involved in flipping a house and some of which have decided to stay at home with their children and they want to have a project on the side. She and I agree that this mindset of building both income and wealth is a great one to have and we applaud women and men alike who are choosing to take control of their finances and become more well-rounded.
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Oct 18 2019
Rank #9: Best Of 2018: Sexy is a Mindset
To close the year I'm sharing my personal favorite interviews, these conversations left me with pages of notes and contemplations for ways to improve my own life. The fourth episode in this series is "Sexpert" Susan Bratton, she is the author of over 20 best selling books is known as the "Dear Abbey of hot sex" and her manatra is couples who play in bed together stay together.
This conversation was a blast, she's full of passion especially as she emphasizes how important good sex is for the long term relationship. Susan shares techniques for better sex, who doesn't want that? She talks about how fulfilling it is when you know how and make time to enjoy more intimacy with your partner.
For original episode and show notes visit here: https://wealthywellthy.life/109
Dec 22 2018
Rank #10: 020 Jason Giorgio - Tearing Down Traditional Views of How to Accumulate Lasting Wealth
Welcome to the Wealthy Wellthy Life with Krisstina Wise. Jason Giorgio is a key advisor for Pacific Advisor's high net worth clients. He helps his clients with advanced estate planning, business planning, and tax efficient asset management. It might be surprising for the audience to know, but between 40-50% of baby boomers have absolutely no savings for retirement. How can you prevent this from happening to you? Jason speaks today on some of the things you need to think about when it comes to protecting your wealth and having it work for you long after you've retired or have been injured.
For full show notes and to download a FREE copy of the transcript for this episode, visit: http://wealthywellthy.life/20
Jul 26 2016
Rank #11: Summer Replay #1 - John Gray: Mastering Your Mind
Welcome to the Wealthy Wellthy Life with Krisstina Wise. For Summer Replay #1, here's a look back at Episode #1 where Krisstina explores how to master your mind.
In this episode, Krisstina talks with John Gray, famous author of the book Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus. He is back with a new book called Staying Focused in a Hyper World. Krisstina and John discuss the differences between girls and boys with ADHD in childhood, and the effects Ritalin and Adderall can have on a person into adulthood. John shares with us how he was able to fully reverse his early onset Parkinson’s diagnosis, the natural way.
Jun 05 2017
Rank #12: Paleo Series #8 - James Schmachtenberger: Optimizing Quality of Life Through Neurohacking
James Schmachtenberger is the co-founder and president of Neurohacker Collective, a business that applies the dynamics of neuroscience to radically uplift human wellbeing’s life experiences by the help of nootropics, aiming to make life a more fulfilling journey by improving one’s mental, cognitive and emotional health.
Qualia is their groundbreaking nootropic product that naturally helps optimize mental ability. In this episode, James shares ways on how we can optimize our mental health to be able to uplift our human experience. Also, he tackles the benefits of nootropics over pharmaceuticals for cognitive performance as well as mental and emotional well-being.
Full show notes: http://wealthywellthy.life/paleoseries08
Oct 10 2017
Rank #13: 006 - Michelle & Keith Norris: Growing Old Shouldn’t Mean Getting Sick
Welcome to the Wealthy Wellthy Life with Krisstina Wise. In today’s episode, Krisstina talks to Michelle and Keith Norris, a married power-couple and co-founders of Paleo f(x), with a mission to bring the Paleo diet and lifestyle to the masses so we can all have a healthier world. They have a desire to bring medicine and the Paleo approach to the public in order to teach and inspire people to be healthier and live a longer quality of life. Michelle is a founding partner and Vice Presidential Director of ID Life Wellness, a supplement company; she is also an Executive Chef, Founder and Owner of Instinct Catering. Keith is a former competitive athlete, partner with Efficient Exercise, and Partner of ARX Equipment, a new advancement combining technology with workout equipment; he is also a founding partner of ID Life.
For full show notes and to download a FREE copy of the transcript for this episode, visit: http://wealthywellthy.life/6
May 09 2016
Rank #14: Summer Replay #6 - Dr. Kirk Parsley: Mastering Sleep
Welcome to the Wealthy Wellthy Life with Krisstina Wise. For Summer Replay #6, here's a look back at Episode #24 where Krisstina explores how to master sleep.
In this episode, Krisstina interviews the sleep doc... Kirk Parsley. Kirk is a former Navy SEAL and currently works as a health optimization coach, focusing specifically on sleep. Kirk examined and interviewed over 300 SEALS. Having found poor cognitive function, he searched for the reason why and discovered that sleep plays an enormous factor in our daily lives. Despite this, it seems that sleep is often the first thing to go when we're under tough deadlines. Kirk discusses why you should never sacrifice sleep, or at least be very cautious of doing so, when you're working towards a greater goal.
Jul 10 2017
Rank #15: Paleo Series #2 - Jordan Maas: How Cannabis Heals the Body
Welcome to the Wealthy Wellthy Life with Krisstina Wise. For Episode #2 of the Paleo Series, Krisstina talks with cannabis expert Jordan Maas.
Jordan Maas is the director of sales at Jambo Superfoods. Jambo is the maker of cannabis-infused snacks like herb-infused cookie dough truffles. Jordan is an expert on how cannabis can be used as a natural ingredient for healing.
We talk about the health benefits of marijuana that most people are unaware of... and how CBD-infused non-psychoactive edibles can help you sleep better, reduce anxiety and generally make you feel better.
Aug 21 2017
Rank #16: 150 - Pursuing Conscious Growth With Josh Whiton
I was introduced to Josh Whiton by a mutual friend not to long ago and my view of the world has been expanded ever since that day. Josh has a way of actualizing his lofty goals of elevating the world by integrating his passions in the areas of business, technology, social justice, and environmentalism.
On this episode of the Wealthy Wellthy podcast, Josh and I discuss his deep-seated desires for autonomy and freedom paired with his proclivity towards wanting the make the world a better place by following his curiosity and serving his higher purpose. Josh started his entrepreneurial journey shortly after graduating from college, and for the past decade, he has found strategic ways to solve problems and serve his community. He has always been an independent thinker, elevated to a higher place of existence and understanding by spiritual experiences that enhance his perspective of the world at large. He believes that the future of humanity exists at the intersection of business, technology, social justice, and environmentalism and that when approached the right way, this intersection accomplishes altruism and hedonism simultaneously.
Josh’s personal and professional journeys have been intertwined since his childhood when he began the practice of journaling. His philosophical leanings allow him to recognize the feedback loops that have remained unclosed for many people since their childhood, leaving a lot of lingering unmet needs for which they are seeking healing through coping mechanisms. When this healing occurs the natural way, it leads to self-acceptance, growth, and unconditional love for self and the world. One of the overflows of Josh’s own journey to unconditional love and growth is Make Soil, whose mission is to orchestrate makers and contributors across the U.S. to convert compost into living soil.
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Sep 06 2019
Rank #17: Paleo Series - Keith & Michelle Norris: What Is the Paleo Lifestyle?
Welcome to the Wealthy Wellthy Life with Krisstina Wise. In today’s episode, Krisstina talks to Michelle and Keith Norris, a married power-couple and co-founders of Paleo f(x), with a mission to bring the Paleo diet and lifestyle to the masses so we can all have a healthier world.They have a desire to bring medicine and the Paleo approach to the public in order to teach and inspire people to be healthier and live a longer quality of life.
Michelle is a founding partner and Vice Presidential Director of ID Life Wellness, a supplement company; she is also an Executive Chef, Founder and Owner of Instinct Catering. Keith is a former competitive athlete, partner with Efficient Exercise, and Partner of ARX Equipment, a new advancement combining technology with workout equipment; he is also a founding partner of ID Life.
Aug 07 2017
Rank #18: 097 Barbara Weltman - Navigating Taxes
Barbara Weltman shares some of her “big ideas for small business” on this episode of The Wealthy Wellthy Life. Author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Starting a Home-Based Business, J.K. Lasser’s Small Business Taxes, and The Rational Guide to Building Small Business Credit, Barbara tells Krisstina what small businesses must know about the new tax codes, about tax deductions, and about common – and costly -- record-keeping mistakes that small businesses make.
For full show notes visit: http://wealthywellthy.life/97
Jun 15 2018
Rank #19: 013 Christine Hassler - What Is Your Relationship With Yourself?
Welcome to the Wealthy Wellthy Life with Krisstina Wise. In today’s episode Krisstina chats with Christine Hassler, best-selling author, life coach, and passionate about teaching people how to live a good life. Christine focuses on happiness and tackles the things that get in the way of people’s’ joy. We discuss how setting high expectations is the secret to unhappiness, how to resolve having a toxic relationship with yourself, embracing emotional pain, our relationship with money, what is Spiritual Psychology, and generational diversities. Tune into hear how having a better relationship with yourself is the key to happiness.
For full show notes and to download a FREE copy of the transcript for this episode, visit: http://wealthywellthy.life/13
Jun 01 2016
Rank #20: 015 Srini Pillay - How Self-Talk Changes Your Brain
Welcome to the Wealthy Wellthy Life with Krisstina Wise. In today’s episode, Krisstina chats with Dr. Srini Pillay, founder and CEO of NeuroBusiness Group, an innovative organization dedicated to unlocking untapped potential; as well as teaching people on how to lead happier and more productive lives based on psychology and brain science research. Tune in to learn about how self-talk changes the brain, a technique for calming down the amygdala to help manage stress and anxiety, and much more!
For full show notes and to download a FREE copy of the transcript for this episode, visit: http://wealthywellthy.life/15
Jun 13 2016