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Superconscious Soul

Welcome to Superconscious Soul, a podcast and community on spirituality to nourish the modern day. In this podcast, we explore the truths from all walks of life and learn to connect to the essence of who we truly are. You will shed limiting beliefs, connect to your core gifts and gain the tools to fall wildly in love with your Self, your life and business. In this invigorating podcast, embark on the inner journey with your host and meditation teacher, Sandy Vo. Entering as a refreshing young voice, Sandy brings forth ancient spiritual wisdom to modern day living. Each week, she equips her listeners with tangible tools, perspective shifting insights and soul-enriching conversations to overcome obstacles and make transformations happen. The promise of each episode is to leave you feeling uplifted, inspired and empowered to go after the life you desire and deserve.  Join the exclusive community: https://goo.gl/f4ej6d Please help to broaden the impact reach by RATING, REVIEWING AND SUBSCRIBE. Follow me on Instagram @isandyvo to connect!
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May 15, 2018
In this episode, I had the honor of interviewing best selling author of Do a Day, Bryan Falchuk.
 
After facing life changing adversities back to back, Bryan created an approach to help others live a better life based with his Do A Day philosophy.
 
Bryan was faced with many relatable challenges in life like dealing with depression, self-criticism, judgement from others, living with obesity as a child while trying to sort through his parent's divorce, the stresses from work, depression, the duty of being a good father and husband. At one point, he was even told that his wife's illness was fatal. The most difficult part was having their son watch this all happen.
 
 
This contributed a shift in Bryan to wake up to life and live each day, better. Today Bryan shares that it is not just about overcoming the adversity. It's about asking yourself, "how can I create a life of happiness, achievement and balance?"
 
He has lost nearly 100 lbs., has ran a marathon and even transformed his diet into being vegan in just one day. He got his masters from a top school and rose to a senior executive position in a successful business. And now he’s a best-selling author, has spoken at TEDx events, and has written articles for many major publications like Inc. Magazine, the Chicago Tribune and LA Times. He’s transformed his life and developed an approach to help others do the same that he teaches in his best-selling book “Do a Day”, and he’s here today to share that philosophy with all of you.
 
 
Here is what you will learn: 
-How to use each day to contribute to your goals to live the life you want
-The 3 building blocks to living better each day
-How to identify your true motivation (not what you think)
-How to be free from the past or the future
-Bryan's personal struggles 
-How to achieve greater success
-How to take specific action
-Why we must start with self-love
 
This philosophy will you to achieve your goals without the self-criticism of our past choices or the worry of what lies ahead. 
 
Bryan is also a regular contributor for Inc Magazine (https://www.inc.com/author/bryan-falchuk) and does many keynote speaking events, including an upcoming TEDx.
 
Bryan Falchuk overcame adversity, lost nearly 100 pounds, ran a marathon, dramatically changed his 
 
 
Today, Bryan coaches many people on how to achieve their goals and thrive. 
 
Bryan's quotes throughout the episode:
 
"You have to focus on the self love because how can you expect to overcome what’s standing in the way and achieve the things you really care about if inside you don’t feel like you deserve it or you’re worthy of it.”
 
 
"Self-love is pervasive in all that we do."
 
"Start allowing for the possibility that you are good, you’re capable and you deserve it."
 
 
"Find what's wrong, call it out and fix it but it makes us hypercritical because we are trained to look for what’s wrong in ourselves."
 
 Resources: 
 Website: http://www.bryanfalchuk.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bryanfalchuk
Twitter: @bryanfalchuk (http://twitter.com/bryanfalchuk)
Instagram: @bryanfalchuk (http://instagram.com/bryanfalchuk)
TEDx Talk: http://www.doadaybook.com/tedxbergencc
 
 
 
 
 
 
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