The Wellness Show
About This Show
The Wellness Show is a regular weekly Monday morning podcast hosted by Tyhson Banighen, focusing on Health Wealth. & Enlightenment.
Tyhson will be interviewing wellness practitioners, coaches, innovators and heart centered entrepreneurs who have a passion to make us and the earth vibrantly healthy and wealthy. Listen in and start your week with vim and vigor!
Most Recent Episode
TWS Episode 094: Stephen Hobbs: The Spirit Story of IT
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Show Notes Dr. Stephen Hobbs is a grey digital nomad who’s worked on six of seven continents. By day, he guides entrepreneurs and executives to evolve delivery of extraordinary experiences in the words of customers and employees. By night, he co-writes about Awarest - the majestic and magical forest of awareness where Trees Are Educators. The way Stephen does his transition work is through children and trees and so it actually means, “I” (the child) and “T” (the trees). “Trees are going to become the educators around people around learning more about their life and their businesses and where they’re going” He was in Uganda, South Africa working with the children to help plant trees to counter the deforestation that was happening there which resulted in waters coming too quickly. Through this experience, Stephen was also able to work with the children. When he talks about living legacy, it is not something that happens when you die it; is something you live. Stephen says there are four aspects of legacy: your life and how you live it, how you work with other people, and the notion of literacy, which is learning about all the different aspects of ones’ life. Then finally there is a notion of legal legacy, meaning physical property and/or monetary will. “I weave legacy in to all my work when I’m doing my children and trees program.” He shares the difference between experiences and extraordinary experiences. We have good experiences and bad ones, but having extraordinary experiences are much more than that. “Those extraordinary experiences those ones that are so memorable that they shift a way of looking at things, the notion of they give you a really important story to live from.” When it comes to mentoring, Stephen says it is not an age thing. Young people can teach elders; it is all about sharing the experiences and helping people grow. “The beautiful part about mentoring is that it is not age specific, it is about lived experience specific.” To listen on Itunes & subscribe to The Wellness Show click here To listen on Google Play sign into your google account and click here To bookmark RSS feed click here To subscribe to Stitcher click here To watch video interviews and subscribe to the Academy Youtube Channel