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Be unconventional. Be unreasonable!
24 minutes | Aug 14, 2019
Be Unconventional, Be Unreasonable Ep. 2. - Melatonic Society
I sit down with Patrick from Melatonic Society. We are talking full-spectrum CBD and THC products. This was the second time we sat down. Unfortunately due to technical complications the first episode is unavailable.I will be sitting back down with Patrick again soon. This is me just keeping myself in integrity by creating the content I said I would. Everyone starts somewhere.
36 minutes | Aug 6, 2019
Be Unconventional, Be Unreasonable! Episode 1. Let's Get Started
First episode of Be Unconventional, Be Unreasonable! With your host Devin Janzen. We will be dropping a new episode every Wednesday at 4:00 pm. Be sure to subscribe and turn on your notifications.Let's Get Started.Devin Janzen 0:01 Hello, everybody.Devin Janzen 0:03 Devin Janzen here for Episode One, be unconventional and be unreasonable. The podcast hosted by me, Coach Devin. So I want to thank you all for coming here, especially for the inaugural the first episode. And I please encourage you, if you like this to like the button, hit the like button so that other people can see it in their feed. And also subscribe, share it with a friend, you know, the more people that we get being unconventional and unreasonable,Devin Janzen 0:32 The moreDevin Janzen 0:35 creation that we get in this world. So let's work on getting everyone into that creation mode. And that's where I also want to give a shout out a thank you to the strong coach course for really taking me there taking me out of survivor mode, you know, trading time for dollars being trapped, not really providing my true benefit to the world. That was all thanks to Mike Bledsoe, Daniel Rios. Also, I do need to give a shout out to my beautiful girl, my lady Megan, there she is a big part of it as well, helping work with me through the deep work. Because we can't truly come to who were meant to be. Live our true selves be our best lives if we're not supported. And if we're not doing the deep work, and sometimes that you know, takes support, sometimes that's hard, hard and not something everyone wants to do. So Yeah, so just thank you so much. If you like this, subscribe it share with a friend, you know, I appreciate your time here and with me. So I'm going to just get into it. This first episode really just a solo cast, be talking about why I'm here. And what brings me to creating this, what my offer is to the world mainly right now the coaches of the world that he's have a really strong calling to offer you guys something a realization that I had through that course with those guys, that I have something great that can really help you reach more people and grow your business. But we'll get to that later. Yeah, we're going to start with the Why? Because it always is better to start with why. So why it was all about finding my why that brings me to you here today. My Why is to work less and play more, that's the driving factor. Even since developing that and coming to that terms, I've grown and started to structure my own life in a way where work is so much just like there's tasks that I do that generate revenue, and there's tasks that I do is hobby, you know, it's really what is assigned to the value of the task, Right? every task we do is a value to us whether the value is surely a feeling a sensation in our body or brain and emotion that we create, or generating revenue or income. So most people refer to those as working hobbies or work. Yeah, And just because I'm in this mode, and I'm able to now create work for myself and coach other coaches to creation and creating more reach and effectiveness and their business. It just really I want to provide that. So that's why I'm creating this podcast and the others are other reason I'm creating this podcast is I want to be unreasonable. And I like having conversations with people who know more than me, with people who know more about different things with people who think about things in different ways. So really, I want to use this podcast as a platform for them to share what they have with you and with me so that we can grow into more fully formed me, you know, individuals and we can grow and develop and work with the world around us. You know, so yeah, the biggest why I'm here and why Hope you're here is the information I provide for you is going to allow you to work less and play more and what I mean by that is just do less of the shit you don't want to do, but have more energy, have more time have more performance. A lot of these practices and a lot of the first areas of topics I have to go into are based around flow states And you know achieving more by looking at nature to help us. You looking more at systems approach everything overall not reductionist. Again I digress. So Yeah, here's really what it's about. It's about being unconventional. So we're going to talk about unconventional topics of performance, performance for your business performance for your health performance for your sport, you know, at different experts is unconventional people and unconventional topics on those nature. Where's The unreasonable part come in? Here's The unreasonable part is I love being unreasonable. The strong coach course Mike Bledsoe, Daniel Rios, they taught me that being unreasonable is really the best way to be lived your life and drives you towards those unreasonable goals. So I not only wanted I want to talk to unreasonable people, so I got a list of people that you know, I consider to be unreasonable. Some of those people, it's unreasonable for me to think that they're going to have the time to talk to me, But Hey, let's put it out there. And let's be unreasonable. So at the end of each cast, I'm going to be putting out an unreasonable request, and really trying to just like make some unreasonable things happen sometimes for myself, sometimes another's life. But Yeah, I think we could use more people just like going for it. You know, there's no point in being tempted or probably not tempted to be the right word there trepidations maybe that madness.Devin Janzen 5:26 Yeah, so those are really the why the what we're going to get into it, how I'm going to go about looking for, you know, people to have on my podcast, and the topics we're going to uncover. So I want to help you and I also want to myself work less and play more, I want to have fun while I'm doing that I want to enjoy learning and,Devin Janzen 5:50 you know,Devin Janzen 5:51 learn about new different shit, I've really come to the understanding, you know, as of late, and everything, it's the best way to learn is to go ahead and get into the other parties can, you know, it's really easy in this life to be against something, but it's a lot harder to be for something. So I used to turn my nose up at a few things like we all do, or condemn or judge them. I've really moved out of that it makes life a lot easier and a lot lighter. So What I mean is, is for instance, I was hardcore, like I'm carnivore, I'm a meat eater, meat Attarian, that'd be fucking like I need to meet with every meal. Well, that is something you know, and I turn my nose up to veganism in that in a sense, where it's like, well, how could it be this and by listening and learning into that there are some proponents of benefits. And it really opened up to actually it under an opinion that I've now forum where it's really based more on your geography, where you live, where you're from, as to what your body works best with. And you need to discover that and there's a bunch of ways you can do that. This podcast is about nutrition, but just use that as an example. And if I wouldn't have gone into the other camps, as in the other schools of thought and thinking on things, and really look and dig in and read some literature and hear other people talk about it, but listen to learn, You know, you gotta fucking listen to learn. Because if you're just like sitting there and listening, Like I have for a lot of times is forming opinions. Do you do that? Do you sit there and listen to learn and listen openly to people? Or are you sitting there and like forming an opinion always in a judgment? Are you thinking about what you want to say and respond? Because that is a really big, you know, that's a big part of growing as an individual, at least it has been for me recently, and I had that realization that, you know, bad habit in the past or not, it's not a bad habit, but I made mistakes, and we all make mistakes, but I've grown from those is to constantly be thinking about how am I going to want up this person in conversation? Or what's the next point I can say, to carry this on, instead of just truly and intent fully sitting there and being like, I didn't always do that, not just occasionally, but you know, the point is, is that level of awareness? And are you aware of that as a question I have to ask of you, or as well, time I've been talking, Have you been really just judging what I'm saying and not really listening? Granted, I haven't really been sharing I need to learn and just sharing why I'm here because I want you to be here on this journey with me and come along on this road. So again, I gotta send out a thank you to the strong coach program. Thank you so much for bringing me to this state of creation where I'm creating it. Shout out as well to my man, Daniel Rios, who headed up the program as the head coach when I was in class seven they're all my fellow class seven mates. And then also Leo savage man, Seeing you with the mace on Instagram and then hearing Daniel and you know, the other members, of course, talk about you got me, Mason, my hand and that has become a huge tool for accessing flow. So shout out to all you guys. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. And Yeah,Devin Janzen 8:58 let's get into the meatDevin Janzen 8:59 and potatoes here, theDevin Janzen 9:02 nugget of my podcast. So The first thing I really want to talk about, and this is something that was highlighted to me through the strong coach course. And then my brain went and found data rabbit hole this book, written a little while ago by a fellow named Maxwell Maxwell malts was a German, I believe, who was a plastic surgeon, And then later became a psychologist based off of his observation, that when you change a person's face, Sometimes it would completely change their personality or parts of their personality. But other times would have no effect at all to the point where people would actually still see before the alteration and
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