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Plastic People and Acid: How to Be Real and Raw in a World of Illusion and Confusion

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In this episode…

In this wild episode of Never Stop Peaking, we explore the deep confusion of living in a world full of fake plastic people, and how to connect with your raw and authentic self to help explode real love and purpose in life.

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How to Get High Without Using Drugs

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Sweet-Ass Habits: Giving without Expectation or Recognition

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Stacking Cash and “Things” Never Creates Long-term Happiness

As media and marketing flood our brains with the idea that success is defined by how much we earn, many of us rate our happiness based on the materialistic belongings and cheddar-cheese we stack up. As soon as we receive something, we immediately start craving more.

Why are we rarely content with what we already have?

Having a desire for more is a great characteristic when it comes to creativity and developing the self, but it can be a terrible characteristic in relation to stacking cheddar cheese and possessions if our money and materials aren’t in alignment with our purpose or hero’s journey.

If receiving and collecting isn’t the answer to happiness, then what is?

Giving and being of service.

A Habit of Giving Creates Warm Fuzzy Feelings Forever

When you give something to another person, whether material or in service, a physiological response happens within you. That warm fuzzy feeling you had as a free-range child running barefoot through the wild comes back and helps you make sexy-time with your happiness muscles.

When giving without motive, your brain releases pleasure endorphins, including oxytocin, which is also released during sex and lowers your stress. Oxytocin makes you feel more connected to others, which is why people often pay forward random acts of kindness.

Giving is a domino cycle of warm fuzzy feelings that increases the collective bond of the world.

Ideas for Giving Gifts and Being of Service

In this episode, I share a few stories of my transformation through gift giving, as well as a bunch of ideas on how you can give gifts and be of service today, without expectation or motive.

The Universe will always give you what you put into it, so don’t think so much about what you are losing. Think about all the peace, serenity, creativity, and love you will be gaining.

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Never Stop Peaking Minimalism Episode

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Sweet-Ass Habits: Minimalism – How to Beat Down Your Distraction Gremlins

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Eliminating Distractions and Creating Focus

In this episode of Never Stop Peaking, we kick off the Sweet-Ass Habit series with a breakdown of the benefits of living more minimally, both physically and digitally. I also share some scandalous stories that will surely either make you laugh or offend you greatly. 

Why are Digital and Physical Minimalism so Important? 

When you have less stuff, you have fewer distractions. When you have fewer distractions, you awaken your awareness. When you are more aware, you pay attention to areas of life that matter the most, like forming stronger relationships and engaging in higher levels of creativity. 

As you form stronger relationships and expand your creativity, you continuously open up new doors that lead directly to clarity, purpose, and meaning in life. 

When you live your life with clear intent, you’ll discover that the pursuit of happiness you dream of is not only possible, it’s absolute. 

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