Join Travis and Pete on a journey of conscious rising as they share their personal experiences and tools for living a life centered in joy, purpose, and gratitude. Each episode TAPs into life as it comes: the good, the bad, and the WTF. We invite you to come as you are, set aside what you think you know, and simply listen. Take what you like and leave the rest. Episode topics may include: positive thinking, growth mindset, connection, relationships, communication, empowerment, compassion, transformation, emotional intelligence, vulnerability, self-love, affirmations, positivity, law of attraction, universe, intuition, empathy, and more.

 


                

 

72: Papa, Can You Hear Me?

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

71: Love Is My Religion

Join guests Sydney Williams and husband, Barry as they share their experience with leaving everything behind and taking the risk of living the "Van Life".

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.

69: I'm Comin' Out

Travis and Pete talk openly about how people are "coming out" in many different ways; for some, it may mean sexually. But, for others, it may be as simple as being more honest and vulnerable with their fellows.

68: H.A.L.T. in the Name of Love

Are you Hungry, Angry, Lonely, or Tired? If so, HALT and get those things in check before you end up saying something you regret! Tune in to find out what happened when Travis didn't HALT his words after traveling from coast to coast.

Episode 67 - More Than a Feeling

Guests Sydney Williams and producer, Vegan Danielle talk with host, Pete, about the feelings and emotions that make them who they are, and who they're not.

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.

65: Roll With The Changes

Guest Amy Lisewski is back! In this episode Travis, Pete and Amy talk about the importance of being open to saying yes to the many opportunities in life.

64: Let it Go


Travis and Pete discuss the importance of letting things go, both literally and figuratively, as they discuss the potential burden of what holding on to things can create.

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.


 

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