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79: …And That’s Guat It’s All About!

79: ...And That's Guat It's All About!

Travis and Pete recap their trip to Guatemala and share what this experience taught them about themselves and the world outside of the United States.

78: Shake it Off / Take Your Own Medicine

78: Shake it Off / Take Your Own Medicine

Travis and Pete review some controversial comments that were posted on their last live podcast and decide which ones to "take" and which to "leave".

77: Freedom

77: Freedom

Sometimes we can be our own captors in life and hold ourselves hostages from experiencing all the joys and love the universe has to offer. Tune in to see how the guys are setting themselves free of some of the shackles they have placed on themselves over the years.

76: Crazy Train

76: Crazy Train

Today's episode is all about Mental Health! Producer Danielle joins Travis in studio as they talk all about the infamous gloom that can hover around the holidays.

72: Papa, Can You Hear Me?

72: Papa, Can You Hear Me?

What's that? I can't hear you!

70: The Devil Wears Payless

70: The Devil Wears Payless

When it comes to our jobs, do we really think about what we're signing up for when we accept the position? Are you finding yourself trying to change the way a business is ran, just to be met with someone telling you, "Just do your job!"? Well, maybe that job isn't for you... or... maybe, just maybe, you might be over complicating things. Tune in to find out how Pete got his "Ahhh Haaa" moment while watching "The Devil Wears Prada" for the 15th time.. and how Travis set himself up at an early age to avoid those scenarios all together.

66: Hiking My Feelings

66: Hiking My Feelings

Sydney is many things: woman, diabetic, adventure athlete, happy wife, storyteller, improv student, recovering marketer, occasional yogi, and aspiring photographer. And... she’s a survivor.

“Hiking My Feelings” is how Sydney adjusted her coping mechanisms after being diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes in September 2017. After realizing her choices had contributed to the diagnosis, she realized she could change those choices. Historically, she had soothed and celebrated with food and alcohol.After a training hike for the TCT, she realized instead of eating or drinking her feelings, she had been hiking her feelings.

63: Gratitude Schmatitude

63: Gratitude Schmatitude

Producer Danielle is back to fill Travis' spot. In this episode we talk all about leaving the frustrations of life behind, and adopting an attitude of gratitude instead.

62: R-E-S-P-E-C-T

62: R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Travis leads us down memory lane with what R-E-S-P-E-C-T means to him. Pete shares his now clearer understanding of how practicing "the pause" can allow others to gain a higher respect.

 


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