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68 minutes | May 30, 2017
006: Everything We Do in Life Is About Practice
Greg invites Bodhi Campbell on to the show. Bodhi is the Founder of The Bodhi Spot, a place for healing and transformation. Bodhi is also an ordained Unity Minister and a psychospiritual transformation coach. Everything we do in life is a practice, and that practice does slowly evolve over time. Bodhi entered into recovery 27+ years ago, and believes that working on men’s emotional well being is just as important as recovery work. Do not underestimate the power of your mind. Key Takeaways: [2:20] Who is Bodhi, and how did he get started in psychospiritual therapy? [6:50] Everything in life is about practice. The 12 steps to recovery is a practice, meditation is a practice, and serving others is a practice. [8:35] The good news is, the practice does evolve. [9:20] After being more than 20 years sober, Bodhi no longer considers himself a broken alcoholic. His sobriety has turned into a spiritual practice. [13:45] Pay attention to your soul’s growth. [18:25] Your insecurities and anger play an important role, but they don’t need to control you. [23:30] Bodhi discusses the importance of focusing on the heart’s energy. [30:50] We have infinite wisdom inside of us. It’s important to trust our heart and the path that it’s taking us on. [30:55] What advice does Bodhi have for people who are new to meditation? [41:15] Giving and receiving are two sides of the same coin. [45:45] Men’s work is just as important as doing recovery work. [51:25] What does masculinity really mean? [54:25] How does Bodhi get shit done? [1:00:10] How can people get in touch with Bodhi and what is Bodhi most excited about in his business? Mentioned in This Episode: Shitshow.ws Guestspeaker.directory Plumberswithoutborders.org Thebodhispot.com Heartmath.org
48 minutes | May 16, 2017
005: Get Angry, Get Jealous, but Not for the Reasons You Might Think
Greg and Will Boudle interview their friend Tom Zames on this week’s show. Tom is in the process of starting the Good Vibes Podcast, so if you’d like to be on his show, give him a call! Tom discusses how to get out of a bad energy rut, how he got back at his ex-girlfriend for dumping him, by losing weight, and why he’s both a very spiritual and materialistic person. Tom has a very unique view on some of these topics, so stay open-minded, and get ready to learn some new shit! Key Takeaways: [1:45] Tom is a very spiritual guy, but at the same time, he likes some very materialistic things. What’s up with that? [5:45] Serious question, does the pope shit in the woods? [7:25] What makes Tom excited these days? What has he been up to lately? [9:10] Everybody’s got their own personal shit that they’re dealing with. Tom wants to help people get through life a little bit easier. [13:15] Want to get in touch with Tom? Call him! He doesn’t have a website or even a gmail address right now. [15:15] Why is Tom a fan of Abraham Hicks? [20:00] Why does prayer work for so many religions? [21:30] What happens when the energy someone is putting out into the world is working against them, and not for them? What can they do to reverse it? [24:25] Anger and revenge are better than depression. [25:55] Wanna be productive? Make a to-do list! [28:40] Tom used to be fat, but now he’s not. How’d he shred the pounds? [36:15] Tom discusses what he thinks is Shit, vs. The Shit. Mentioned in This Episode: Shitshow.ws Guestspeaker.directory Plumberswithoutborders.org Call Tom: 412-292-4020 Abraham-hicks.com
63 minutes | May 2, 2017
004: You See the Real Beauty in People After You've Gotten to Know Them.
Dawn Shaw was born with a tumor in her face. After some risky surgeries, the tumor was removed, but half of Dawn’s face remained paralyzed. Dawn has had people come up to her handing her their plastic surgeons’ business cards and each time she refuses to take them. She likes her face! Just because she has a different face, does not mean she wants to surgically fix it. Her face is her asset. And no, just because she looks different does not mean she also has intelligence challenges as well. Greg and Dawn discuss our concept of what beauty is, the media’s fixation on it, and so much more on this week’s show! Key Takeaways: [2:40] Does Dawn shit? [4:10] Dawn opens up about her facial paralysis and the tumor that was in her face. [8:30] What kind of challenges did Dawn face when growing up with a paralyzed face? [11:55] We end up enabling people to be assholes if we don’t call them out on their shit. You’re doing them a favor by letting them know they’re being a dick! [14:35] People often care what other people think, and Dawn teaches them that it’s important to ignore them and keep being themselves. However, with that being said, when somebody is telling you consistently that you’re a jerk, then perhaps it’s important to listen. It’s a fine balance. [21:50] Dawn gets treated a certain way because of her looks, and her niece, who has done modeling, gets treated in a very, very different way as well, because of her looks. Neither contrasts are good. [25:25] Dawn has gotten used to the looks she gets when she’s out in public. [29:50] You see the real beauty in people after you’ve gotten to know them. [33:30] The media really skews our sense of self and what is ‘normal.’ [37:40] Just because someone has a different face does not also mean they have an intellectual challenge as well. [39:35] What kind of routines does Dawn have that help her with her personal growth? [48:30] Dawn reads one of her favorite quotes by Neil Gaiman on why it’s important to make mistakes. [58:50] Want some of Dawn’s signed books? Visit her website! She’s got a great special happening. Mentioned in This Episode: Shitshow.ws Guestspeaker.directory Plumberswithoutborders.org Facinguptoit.com Email Dawn: Dawn@FacingUpToIt.com
62 minutes | Apr 25, 2017
003: Integrated Energy Therapy and Theta Healing for Helping Children with Autism
Greg invites Dottie Williams onto the show to talk about releasing a completely different kind of shit — your emotional baggage! Dottie became deeply involved in metaphysical science when her son started showing signs of autism. Being a mom, Dottie searched everywhere she could for answers and to help her son cope with hypersensitivity issues. Today, he’s a healthy adult, with some quirks, all thanks to the alternative therapies Dottie learned. Key Takeaways: [4:20] Dottie talks about her autistic son, and why she decided to go into metaphysical science. [10:00] What is integrated energy therapy or theta healing? [13:15] The cool thing about theta healing is that you don’t have to re-live the trauma. [24:20] All of this sounds kind of crazy, but the science behind this is really opening a lot of folks up on the use of more alternative medicines. [31:40] What kind of positive effects have these treatments had on Dottie’s son? [40:45] In the South Florida area? Visit Dottie! [46:40] We all have our own shit in our lives, so Dottie is arranging an event where everyone can come together and then transcend to a higher place. [52:25] How many dates does it take before Dottie feels comfortable with pooping in front of her partner? [54:25] What is one of Dottie’s mantras? [56:55] Don’t believe everything Dottie says. Research this for yourself too! Take what helps you and discard the rest. Mentioned in This Episode: Shitshow.ws Guestspeaker.directory Plumberswithoutborders.org Heartlinked.com Call Dottie: 931-691-3421 Don’t forget! The Transcend Event in South Florida is on May 6th.
52 minutes | Apr 18, 2017
002: Amanda Spiller - Are You Eating for Nutrition, Entertainment, or Addiction?
Amanda Spiller is a nutritional coach that cuts out all the bullshit! She’s straightforward, blunt, and yes, she also shits! Amanda drops some serious value bombs on how to break bad habits, and busts some food myths on what’s really good for you, vs. just good old marketing. The best way to tell if you’ve eaten well for the day is to classify your food habits under one of three categories: nutrition, entertainment, or addiction. If you’ve only eaten entertainment or addiction for the day, it’s time to eat nutrition! Key Takeaways: [1:40] Amanda, do you shit? [2:35] Why does Amanda think people eat like jerks? [3:20] Why did Amanda decide to become a nutritionist? [7:10] What advice does Amanda have to those who really want to eat better, but just don’t? [9:00] If you don’t want it bad enough, then you’re just not going to change your habits. [10:00] What has been Amanda’s greatest ‘holy shit’ moment? [11:55] Food is an addiction! How does Amanda help her clients get out of it? [14:00] The problem is, sugar is a very widely accepted addiction. [18:45] Really do your due diligence when it comes to getting certifications. Sometimes they aren’t worth shit! [22:30] What is Amanda's favorite productivity tool to help her get shit done? [26:45] Nonfat yogurt is stupid! You need the fat in dairy. [31:05] Greg was a vegetarian for 8 years! Despite that, he didn’t get thinner. He was still eating badly. [34:35] Are these foods shit or the shit? Let’s find out! [46:00] Ask yourself if what you're eating right now falls under one of three categories: nutrition, entertainment, or addiction. If you’ve only eaten entertainment or addiction for the day, it’s time to eat nutrition! [46:35] Amanda, serious question, how many dates does it take to comfortably shit in front of a boyfriend? Mentioned in This Episode: Shitshow.ws Guestspeaker.directory Amandaspiller.com
37 minutes | Apr 11, 2017
001: Welcome to The S#!t Show!
Tom Zames introduces the father and son duo Greg and Will Boudle. Greg and Will are both entrepreneurs at heart and want to bring to light serious issues in a humourous way. Greg and Will explain what this podcast is about and what you, the listener, can expect to hear from them week after week! Greg and Will would also like to highlight the charity Plumpers Without Borders and a portion of the proceeds will be going to this organization in an effort to reduce the amount of dysentery deaths in the world. Key Takeaways: [1:05] Who are Greg and Will Boudle? [4:15] What’s this podcast about? Well, everybody loves poop jokes. [5:15] On a more serious note, children all over the world still die from dysentery. Greg and Will believe it’s important to highlight this fact, and give to this cause as they go forward with the podcast. [6:30] What’s the main mission of the podcast? [7:40] Believe it or not, dysentery is still one of the major killers. 801,000 children under the age of 5 die from it each year. [8:15] Water and sanitation is something people in the Western world take for granted. [9:15] What can the listeners expect from Greg and Will? [13:45] If you don’t poop, then you can’t come on the show. [15:55] Have some ideas for the show? Feel free to message Greg and Will about it! [18:55] Serious shit will be discussed in a humourous way. Combine that with charity and you got a show! [23:00] Want to talk about some serious shit and accomplish some serious shit? This podcast is for you! [28:10] A portion of the proceeds will go to Plumpers Without Borders. [31:35] Greg ends with a spiritual message. Mentioned in This Episode: Shitshow.ws Guestspeaker.directory
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