Bonus. Luke On Peak Mind W/ Michael Trainer (Bonus Show)

Michael

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Michael Trainer is the founder of Peak Mind, a social action platform created after his father was diagnosed with dementia as a way to bring the peak minds of our time together to help those all over the world live happier, healthier lives and inspire them to their highest potential.

Part of Peak Mind is a podcast designed to help people navigate the unique challenges and opportunities of 21st-century living. I am so grateful that Michael asked me to be a part of the show, and I thought this conversation turned out great, so I wanted to share it with all of you, too!

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • My first earnest prayer
  • The turning point in my journey through addiction
  • Opening up to something greater than myself
  • The payday that pulled me down to rock bottom
  • The full mental, physical, and emotional detox that I needed before I could move forward
  • Calling out your own BS
  • The roots of addiction
  • Longing to belong
  • How my obsession with self-destruction has shifted into an obsession with self-care
  • Leveraging the mindsets that we adopt when we’re engaging in unhealthy behaviors to “trick” ourselves into engaging in healthy behaviors
  • Choosing to take the vulnerable path
  • The rise of the 12-step program, the new thought movement
  • The value of adopting a zero-tolerance policy towards toxicity, even towards yourself
  • Accessing both the feminine and masculine within yourself
  • Evolving as conscious men
  • Mutual mentorship

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