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Welcome to The Ginni Show, hosted by award winning journalist, Ginni Saraswati. On this podcast, you'll find an original line up of daily episodes featuring real inspiring and hilarious stories from Ginni herself and guests from all around the world. Each story, however unique is connected with aligning you to a happier, healthier and abundant life.

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Welcome to The Ginni Show, hosted by award winning journalist, Ginni Saraswati. On this podcast, you'll find an original line up of daily episodes featuring real inspiring and hilarious stories from Ginni herself and guests from all around the world. Each story, however unique is connected with aligning you to a happier, healthier and abundant life.

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A+ Podcast

By About Nashville - Jan 28 2018
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This show is very well produced and Ginni has a ton of personality.

Ha Ha Ha

By Namaiitha - Dec 22 2017
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You laugh while you learn.

iTunes Ratings

63 Ratings
Average Ratings
61
0
1
0
1

A+ Podcast

By About Nashville - Jan 28 2018
Read more
This show is very well produced and Ginni has a ton of personality.

Ha Ha Ha

By Namaiitha - Dec 22 2017
Read more
You laugh while you learn.
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The Ginni Show

Latest release on Feb 17, 2020

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Rank #1: Do What Makes You Feel Good with Chris Bello

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Can you imagine a life where you never feel the need to take a vacation to escape it? 


Everyone gets exhausted once in a while and needs to take a period of rest—but that should not be what you experience every single day. Yet, that is the norm for so many people. 


If you’re personally struggling to find ways to structure your day or fine rejuvenating time for yourself, this is a conversation for you.  


In this episode, Chris Bello jumps on the other side of the microphone. Chris is a realtor and the host of The Entrepreneur Motivation Podcast. If there’s anyone who understands the importance of discipline and the power of mindset as an entrepreneur, it’s Chris. 


Together, we talk about how Chris stumbled through life for a while before entering into real estate. He shares insights into how he eventually designed his life to create space for pursuing his passions, keeping up with his responsibilities, and also taking him for himself. 


We only have one life to live, so let’s start living it. 


Tune in to take your next step on the path to becoming even a little bit happier on this earth.


Chris Bello’s Happiness Hack: 

“I think happiness is doing what makes you feel good—within reason, of course. You know, do things that make you feel good and don’t hurt others.”


Some Questions I Ask: 

  • How did you get to where you are today? (2:19)
  • How do you start your day? (2:54)
  • What did you do before you worked in real estate? (7:23)
  • Talk to me about one of the most difficult lessons you’ve had to learn, but you’re all the better for learning it. (10:34)
  • How do you maintain a positive mind frame when you’re given feedback that’s confronting and also not aligned with who you perceive yourself to be? (17:40)


In This Episode, You Will Learn: 

  • What the S-A-V-E-R-S routine looks like. (4:16)
  • What strategies Chris utilizes that keeps him on track every single day. (6:04)
  • How Chris stays motivated. (9:33)
  • How Chris filters out fear to maintain an abundance mindset. (16:00)


Connect with Chris Bello: 

Website

Facebook

Instagram

YouTube

LinkedIn

Entrepreneur Motivation Podcast


Resources: 

The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod

The Miracle Equation by Hal Elrod

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Dec 09 2019

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Rank #2: Gratitude Anchors The Present

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At times, discipline doesn't come so easy to me in all parts of my life - especially when it comes to spiritual practice. No matter how often I meditate or journal, the one spiritual practice I keep consistent in my life is Gratitude. Why? I instantly gain perspective, feel joy and propel into the present moment with a sense or purpose and happiness.

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Nov 13 2018

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Rank #3: The Gift Of Time

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Time is the most precious gift we are given as humans, yet there are so many layers to how time is used. It is broken down into what we fill our time with - the thoughts, feelings, emotions, activities, and people. It's Thanksgiving week in America and a part of me is giddy that the country will take a day to spend with their families and universally declare gratitude for something. On this Tune in Tuesday -tune in to the gift of time. It's borrowed as one day we will run out. Fill it wisely!

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Nov 20 2018

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Rank #4: A Tale Of A Ginni I The Right Thing To Do Is Always The Right Thing To Do

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Do remember this first time you did something that just didn’t feel right? It probably happened years ago, or maybe even yesterday? Maybe you ate one too many biscuits before dinner or went to see an M rated movie underage without an adult. There’s an array of things you might have done as a child that were against what you were told.

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Oct 31 2018

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Rank #5: A Tale Of A Ginni - I Choose Happy

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So it’s been 7 months since we’ve caught up. Contrary to popular belief….I didn’t die. I’ve just been settling into a new city, a new home and a whole new lifestyle.


I moved house in April, and while it was awesome living in Hipster Brooklyn with cafes and smashed avocado at your doorstep, my appreciation for trees, and laundry in your own home was far more desirable.


There's so many things I've learnt living in a new city on the other side of the world - this episode is about happiness and the steps you take to get to this place of happiness. It involves the people in your life, your thoughts and how you invest your most valuable asset: time.

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Nov 28 2018

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Rank #6: 5 Steps to Being Your Own Best Friend with Dr. Kristina Hallett

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Dr. Kristina Hallett is a clinical psychologist and life coach. In her career, she focuses on self-love, self-compassion, and self-care. Her book, Own Best Friend: Eight Steps to a Life of Purpose, Passion, and Ease goes into the benefits of letting go of stress and living a happy life. On today's show she shares five of those steps with Ginni.

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Nov 09 2018

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Rank #7: A Tale Of A Ginni - Imposter Syndrome

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Hello my friends, where do you live on this great planet of ours?


I find no matter where you’re located, we all have a story. We’re from different parts, we live in different parts for some time - and some stay in the same part for a long time. No matter where you call home or many homes on this Earth, even when we’re from the same planet, we sometimes feel like we don’t belong.


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Oct 24 2018

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Rank #8: Sink or Swim with Wendy Schultz

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Whose life are you living? 


Are you living the life you want to live or the one that someone else is telling you to? 


Leaving the corporate world to venture onto your own journey can be really intimidating. Even with the best intentions, we don’t really know where the road we’re on is headed. This week’s guest, Wendy Schultz, knows this truth well. 


In this episode, Wendy and I talk about her experience working in corporate America and missing out on some of the most important parts of her life. After an experience that pushed her to make the decision to leave the corporate world, Wendy started down the path of entrepreneurship—which eventually led to a life designed by herself, which is a life full of happiness and freedom. 


Tune In to learn about how freedom can lead to a life of happiness. 


Wendy’s Happiness Hack: 

“I really find happiness in being around the people I love, creating memories, and having the freedom to do so.” 


Some Questions I Ask: 

  • When you worked in corporate America, how did you feel when you woke up to when you came home each day? (0:53)
  • How did you create a lucrative business for yourself? (6:10)
  • What have you learned from poor customer service experience? (9:58)
  • What is your definition of happiness? (16:14)
  • What is the best advice someone’s ever given you? (20:04)


In This Episode, You Will Learn: 

  • What the catalyst was that pushed Wendy to start her own business. (2:44)
  • How Wendy starts her morning to set herself up for the day. (14:40)
  • What brings Wendy joy. (16:22)
  • How Wendy overcame the fear of missing out. (17:30)
  • How Wendy uses her history to help her move toward the future. (20:13)


Connect with Wendy: 

Permanent Vacation Facebook

Simple Life Rentals 

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Dec 16 2019

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Rank #9: Saturday Brunch Date with Duke Garone

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This Saturday, Ginni talks to Duke Garone. Duke works as a personal trainer and focuses on helping clients get in tune to their bodies. In this episode, Duke and Ginni discuss fitness, Duke's background, and his career in the training industry.

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Nov 03 2018

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Rank #10: The Journey: October 29- November 03

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Here's a recap of this week's past episodes of The Ginni Show.

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Nov 04 2018

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Rank #11: 5 Steps to Simplify & Expedite Success with Money & Love

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In this episode, Ginni chats with Jim Brown about his personal five steps to achieving success both financially and romantically.

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Nov 23 2018

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Rank #12: A Tale of Ginni- Focus on You

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Living in New York City can be magical. Not the fairytale kind of magical. There’s no talking animals or wand-holding god mothers, but this city has its own thing going for it.


I can easily grab a midnight snack and coffee at the Bodega past 1 a.m. or catch a subway ride to any borough in the city at any given time. That gets some kind of magic points, right? However, at the same time,I’m easily reminded that there are so many people in this city. We all have our goals and dreams and desires.


It can be extremely motivating, but it can also be the exact opposite.There’s SO MANY people and SO MUCH going on. It’s hard to stay focus. It’s hard to remember what you’re working towards.


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Sep 19 2018

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Rank #13: Tune In Tuesday: The Levels of Tuning In with Sophia Remolde

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Today's episode of Tune In Tuesday is about tuning in. It's a bit more meta-- a bit more woo woo. Ginni talks to healer, writer, and performer, Sophia Remolde. The pair talks about the different levels of tuning in and being present to achieve mindfulness. Level 1 is being human and being present. Level 2 is being able to bring a lot of that into the body. Level 3 is enlightenment.


Contact Sophia:

Lobsterbird.com

Gift from Sophia:

Free digital copy of her book


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Sep 18 2018

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Rank #14: The Journey - November 12 - 17

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The journey this week of mocha's, tuning in, throwbacks, five steps and brunches continues.

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Nov 18 2018

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Rank #15: Brunch Date - Marla Mattenson

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On this brunch date, Ginni talks to Relationship and Intimacy expert Marla Mattenson. Ginni and Marla discuss her philosophy, background, and tips for better communication.

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Nov 17 2018

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Rank #16: Saturday Brunch with Grace Smith

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It's not everyday you get to have brunch with a leading hypnotist - here's brunch with Grace Smith.

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Oct 27 2018

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Rank #17: The Journey - November 26 - December 1

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The journey this week of mocha's, tuning in, throwbacks, five steps, and brunches continues.

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Dec 02 2018

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Rank #18: Owning Your Strengths with Jeff Van Note

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What are your strengths? 


What are your weaknesses? 


Getting to know the depths of yourself, owning your strengths, and identifying your weaknesses is no small feat. In life, we’re constantly critiquing ourselves and being critiqued by others. It’s all too easy to fall into the trap of focusing on what we’re not good at—and need to improve on—rather than where our natural talents lie. 


But it’s also equally important—if not more important—to also focus on your strengths. Having that self-awareness to know what you’re good at is a great power that you hold. It allows you to focus on where you can add value, continue growing, and be empowered. 


In this episode, I talk with mortgage professional and host of the Deposit That podcast: Jeff Van Note. He embodies this concept of owning yourself, focusing on your strengths, and avoiding the pit of comparison. He shares personal stories that led him to achieve his high level of self-awareness, and how this impacts his work in the world. 


Tune in to hear more about learning and owning your strengths to put you on the path to happiness. 


Jeff’s Happiness Hack: 

“Focusing on two to four things that you absolutely need on a daily basis. So if that's stopping and getting a wheatgrass shot, or stopping and getting a protein shake every morning, or meditating before bed, or taking a CBD bath — whatever it might be — you need to make sure you incorporate those two to four things in your everyday life and build off of that.”


Some Questions I Ask: 

  • How did you reach your level of self-awareness? (2:41)
  • What experiences throughout your life have forced you to look within to cultivate your mindset? (6:53)
  • How did you build up your ability to meditate for over an hour at a time? (9:53)
  • What is your definition of happiness? Are you living it? (13:17)
  • Where do you think entrepreneurship is going? (23:03)


In This Episode, You Will Learn: 

  • How Jeff started out his career and identified his strengths and weaknesses. (2:57)
  • About Jeff’s meditation process. (9:01)
  • What rituals and strategies Jeff uses to put him on the path to success daily. (19:01)
  • How to find out if someone really is passionate about their job. (21:35)


Connect with Jeff Van Note: 

LinkedIn

Website

Instagram

Twitter

Deposit That


Resources:

The Mortgage Playbook for Millennials by Jeff Van Note

The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod

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Nov 11 2019

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Rank #19: #25 Great Expectations (Not By Dickens)

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Happy New Year everyone!

How did you spend it? I'm guessing most of you made New Years Resolutions? Did you know that stats say that 80% of resolutions fail by February? So we're halfway on the way to failing already!

It was New Years Resolutions that actually inspired this episode. The very fact that when it comes to the end of one year and the beginning of the next, we make goals, resolutions, lists of things we want to achieve by the end of the next year. Naturally, this sets expectations.

What I'm more interested in, and where I feel I can bring you some value is, the conversation you're having with yourself around these expectations. It's a lot more important than you think. These words or goals we may put on paper is a promise we want (and hope) to make to ourselves. And when we don't achieve these or set out to achieve these, this is where it impacts our self-esteem and crushes our hope. If you can, be mindful of your micro goals. Focus on the little steps. Break down the big goals into realistic and achievable steps.

Now, go have a loving conversation with yourself.

Ginni xo

 

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Jan 10 2018

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Rank #20: Monday Mocha with Dr Seku Gathers

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Happy New Year Everyone!

So last week, you got a dose of "The Ginni Snow." I couldn't get the episode out as I was snowed in! But safe to say the actual "Ginni Show," is back on Wednesday. It's been crazy cold weather here in New York. I got my first experience in shovelling show. It was fun until I couldn't feel my hands anymore. The other fun part of snow is knowing how much to layer. It's a catch. If you layer too much, it means that every single establishment you walk into, there's a potential that you have to de-layer and that takes time. Otherwise you can just risk potentially sweating up a storm. 

Nonetheless, it's the perfect time to warm up with a mocha. This week's guest is filmmaker, podcaster and emergency physician Dr Seku Gathers. You may have heard his podcast - The Truth Prescription which is out today and every other Monday. We talk about money versus passion and legacy, why it's important to audit the closest people around you and an attempt to teach me some "hood," talk.

Follow Seku: @thetruthprescriptionpodcast

Available on: iTunes | ACast Stitcher | Google Play

Featured Voices: Ginni Saraswati, Dr Seku Gathers & Sam Phelps

NEXT EPISODE: Monday Mocha Jan 15 / The Ginni Show Wednesday Jan 10

Photos: Joey Middleton

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Jan 08 2018

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