In October of 2016, I woke up in the middle of the night, struggling to breathe. Days later, I was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia—a very rare and aggressive form of cancer—with a survival rate of 30%. I was told that I had a matter of days to start chemotherapy, or I would die.
I took a somewhat unique approach to beating cancer that combined the best of Western medicine with holistic practices to detoxify my body as the chemo wreaked havoc upon it. Not only did I survive, but I experienced less side effects than most cancer patients.
Today, I’m doing my first solo episode, in a very long time, to tell my story and present the Miracle Equation that helped save my life. Whether you know someone who has been diagnosed with cancer, you yourself have been diagnosed with cancer, or you simply want to minimize your risk of ever getting cancer, this episode is for you.
Show Notes: HalElrod.com/211
For the last two years, I’ve become a huge fan of Aubrey Marcus – podcast host, author, and the founder and CEO of Onnit, the leading supplement company for human optimization.
Within the first few minutes of hearing Aubrey’s podcast (two years ago) I felt an instant connection with him as a deeply thoughtful, highly evolved, and exceptionally brilliant individual – one who I could learn A LOT from – and I think you will too.
Aubrey recently released the book Own The Day, Own Your Life (available now for pre-order) - his personal manual for getting the most out of your body and mind on a daily basis. I’m about halfway through the book now, and I made significant changes to my daily routine – after reading just the first few chapters.
Today, Aubrey joins me on the podcast to talk about his book, how to flip the script when the voice in your head is telling you not to do something that’s good for you, and how we can set ourselves up for success in a world that doesn’t always have our health and well-being in mind.
Get access to the full show notes: halelrod.com/208.
Or click here to WATCH Hal and Aubrey’s interview via video on YouTube.
Have you ever stopped and asked yourself why people (i.e. you and me) tend to work hard to accumulate stuff that we don’t really need?
Today’s conversation with Drew Canole will open your eyes to another way of thinking, being, and living. At one point, Drew was chasing everything for all the wrong reasons. The money, the stylish car, the big house and the fancy clothes — all of his goals were being driven by external factors. His fleeting approach to life lacked purpose and left him completely unfulfilled, unhappy, and 40lbs overweight.
Today, Drew Canole is a rockstar in the world of fitness, nutrition, and mindset. As the Founder and CEO of Fitlife.TV, a bestselling author and the creator of Organifi, he is helping millions of people around the world to transform their lives.
So, how exactly did Drew make such an incredible shift to the way he was living? How did he ditch the self-absorbed lifestyle and start uniting the world through health and happiness? You’re going to find out in this incredible conversation how he did it and how you can too!
By the way, although Drew is a leading influencer in the world of fitness, this discussion is not just about taking care of your physical health. In fact, Jon and Drew actually talk a lot more about strategies for managing your inner mental game, so you can further succeed in business and life. You'll recognize quickly that Drew wears his heart on his sleeve and the passion he has for helping others is sure to leave a lasting impression.
Drew brings so much value on the topics of mindset, finding purpose, and achieving your goals that we decided to cut this one into 2 parts so you can absorb it all without missing a thing!
''What’s inside of you is your heart and that’s what the world wants to see.'' - Drew Canole
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