Jonathan Mendoza and Baldomero “Baldo” Garza are business partners at MSW Lounge, a local Austin business where you can drop in to get a needed healthy dose of vitamins and minerals through an IV, a shot, and/or customized supplements. Jonathan is a health practitioner trained in both traditional and alternative medicine and Baldo is a business sales entrepreneur, an exercise and wellness junkie, and IronMan-turned-Yogi. Their ambition is the help the world become healthier and happier by sharing health wisdom and therapies in customized health plans that most people are unaware of.
In this episode, we talk about the unknown importance of vitamin and minerals and the fact that most of us are deficient in many, which leads to a lack of energy and even a cascade of health problems. Jonathan and Baldo complement each other as business partners and friends; their camaraderie can be shown as they speak highly of each other in this episode. The pair both explain their background with mental and physical health and tell their inspiring entrepreneurial story of how they created their business. They also give a lesson on what vitamins and minerals you should be looking for, for your health. Jonathan and Baldo strive to bring fun into health with their business.
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In order to live a financially and spiritually fulfilling life, one must learn to deal with the expectations of others. No one knows this better than Peter Sage, an ambitious entrepreneur who has personally helped launch over 20 companies across a multitude of fields. Now, he is an author and public seeker, seeking to change the way we view ourselves, and others.
Krisstina welcomes Peter to the podcast, and they dive into Peter’s fascinating views on human nature. They discuss how most people have yet to achieve social freedom, where they stop worrying unnecessarily about other people’s opinions. Then they discuss Peter’s theory that all of life is like a school, in that there are multiple ways you can view its purpose. Finally, they discuss Peter’s new book, “The Inside Track,” which is composed of letters he wrote while serving a 6-month prison sentence.
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Joe Dituri was with the U.S. Navy active duty for over 28 years and served as a special operations saturation diver. He has been in 2,000 ft. below the ocean surface while serving in the U.S. Navy and has a master’s degree in Astronautical Engineering. Currently, Joe is working on his dissertation for his PhD in Biomedical Engineering and is looking at new methodologies and therapies using hyperbaric chambers as medicine. In addition, Joe is also a fellow at The Explorers Club as well as a special committee member for the American Bureau of Shipping.
In this episode, we talk about the technology of hyperbarics and how useful they are in efficacy for wound healing as well as for overall performance in our health. Joe describes his experience at the recent WealthyWellthy live event, his history with Kirk in the U.S. Navy, and his interest in astronautical engineering. We discuss the use of hyperbarics as an alternative way to treat cancer and how the synergistic effects of hyperbarics and chemotherapy can be extremely beneficial. However, we do encourage you to be aware of your own safety and to always do research before going to a pop-up clinic.
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In this special edition episode of WealthyWellthy, Krisstina and her partner, Dr. Kirk Parsley, do a recap of the WealthyWellthy live event that was recently held at Krisstina’s house. They talk about the magic of making money, the magic of life, the magic of getting back to what really matters, the magic of love, the magic of conversation, the magic of whitespace, and just pure magic. Krisstina and Dr. Parsley share some of the magic that happened at the live event as well as their amazement of the rawness of the event. Krisstina expresses her passion of creating a happy life through the journey of discovering one’s self through being mindful of one’s money and health, as well as stresses the importance of removing your ego. The hunt for external validation and significance is unnecessary compared to the importance of space and giving ourselves space to feel. Krisstina and Dr. Parsley ask the poignant question: do you believe in magic, but more importantly, do you believe in yourself?
For full show notes visit: http://wealthywellthy.life/100