Krisstina welcomes to the podcast Dr. Mitch Fleisher, a medical doctor and homeopath with over forty years’ experience who fundamentally believes that our body is its best healer. He is a double board-certified family physician who specializes in a myriad of natural healing therapies and anti-aging and regenerative medicine. For the past thirty years, Dr. Fleisher has focused on practicing the art and science of integrative medicine with the goal of increasing his patients’ quality of life.
In this episode, we talk about pain and homeopathic remedies to help alleviate that pain. Dr. Fleisher talks about the significant dangers and health risks of long-term consumption of prescriptive and over-the-counter medication. He warns against surgical procedures and offers alternative methods and therapies to help heal the body. We also extensively cover the modern miracle that is stem cell therapy and how it can be used for anti-aging. Dr. Fleisher talks about the body’s innate ability to heal itself when given proper care and attention. Finally, Dr. Fleisher chronicles one of the most amazing patient cases of his medical career.
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Youtube link: https://youtu.be/LKc2P5ZFrPg
Krisstina welcomes author, blogger, podcaster, journalist, researcher, and entrepreneur, Katie Wells. Known to her fans as Wellness Mama, Katie is the founder of a health and wellness company of the same name. She’s made it her mission to help other families live more natural lives through practical tips, real food recipes, natural remedies, and much more. Katie was named one of the 100 most influential people in health and wellness and is considered a pioneer with her progressive, health-focused practices.
In this episode, we talk all about health and wellness, including the unknown dangers that exist in the foods and products we use daily. We discuss the impact that stress can have on our hormones and our overall longevity. Katie gives her opinions on nail polish, deodorant, toothpaste, sunscreen, and cleaning supplies and provides do-it-yourself tips and recipes to create healthy alternatives to these everyday items. Finally, Katie touches on her philosophy about money and describes how she runs her family like a business, assigning responsibilities and roles to each family member. If you want to learn a little bit about health and wellness and learn a little bit about business and balance, then this is the episode for you!
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Youtube link: https://youtu.be/uVlFKU3Jauc
Krisstina welcomes to the podcast award-winning speaker, author, and serial entrepreneur, Susan Bratton. Considered the “Dear Abby” of hot sex, Susan advocates for those who desire a more passionate relationship. As a self-described “sexpert,” Susan teaches lovemaking techniques, bedroom communication skills, and sexual health and longevity concepts through her company, Personal Life Media. After all, Susan’s personal mantra is “couples who play in bed together, stay together.”
In this episode, we discuss a myriad of topics stemming from relationships and sex. Susan candidly discusses the taboo label that sex has in our society and how pornography has negatively affected sex. She talks about the importance of being present, surrendering to pleasure, and enjoying intimacy with a sexual partner. We also learn about erotic playdates, how to have expanded orgasms, and unknown techniques that make for crazy-good sex. Who doesn’t want more of that? Finally, Susan debunks myths about sex that limit people from enhanced lovemaking with their partners.
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Youtube link: https://youtu.be/fEYNbrZMvEA
Krisstina and Dr. Kirk Parsley team up to interview Nik Hawks and Lee Selman, founders of the healthy dessert company, Paleo Treats. Nik and Lee are the definition of a power couple; Nik is a former Navy SEAL and Lee is an entrepreneurial mastermind. They founded their company with a distinct mission—make the world a happier and healthier place. Utilizing a personal value system and a simple yet powerful mantra, Nik and Lee show what it truly takes to be successful partners in business and in life.
In this episode, we discuss the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Nik and Lee share personal stories of their own health and describe why Paleo Treats is their passion project. We also broach the topics of biohacking, life’s bumpers, and the uncomfortable nature of being an entrepreneur. Finally, Nik and Lee discuss the joys of sharing their struggles, business and otherwise, with each other. With an incredible line of products and a growing business, Nik and Lee certainly live up to their ethos: “Be Exceptional!”
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Youtube link: https://youtu.be/pa4_35y09uM
Krisstina welcomes to the podcast Thom King, founder of Steviva brands and CEO of Icon Foods. In addition to his impressive business acumen, Thom is a philanthropist, self-confessed serial entrepreneur, and author of the book Guy Gone Keto. Thom has built his company around one simple principle: do the right thing. This mantra has been consistently present in all of Thom’s ventures throughout his career. His mission is to help make the world a healthier place through educating the masses on the dangers of sugar and providing high-quality healthy alternatives.
In this episode, we talk all about sugar: the dangers of sugar, where it’s hidden in labels, and how many of us don’t realize how much sugar we consume. Thom tackles serious health issues including metabolic disease, childhood and adolescent obesity, and early onset diabetes. He criticizes food manufacturers for not having the best interests of the consumer at heart and advocates for natural replacements that can help minimize sugar consumption. Thom also assures the audience that moderation is key, especially when enjoying products such as fruit, chocolate and alcohol.
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Earlier in his career, Tait Fletcher was a professional MMA fighter and became a well-known champion. He championed and medaled in hundreds of tournaments, including the Mundials, Pan-Am Games, Grapplers Quest, and many more. Eventually, nearing the end of his MMA career, Tait pursued his life-long dream of being a professional stuntman and stunt coordinator in films. He has also acted in roles next to Arnold Schwarzenegger, Denzel Washington, and Mark Wahlberg, as well as playing Lester in Breaking Bad. Tait has been featured in Jurassic World, 2 Guns, and The Last Stand. In addition to his acting career, Tait is a sought-out speaker in the nutritional and functional medicine world and movement. He is an entrepreneur, owning Caveman Coffee, as well as other business ventures, including hosting the podcast, “The Tait Fletcher Show.”
In this episode, we talk about life, how people get off track by pursuing the wrong things, and the inner critic in each of us. Tait speaks about life using his own story and examples, as well as his goals and how he lives his life. Tait has overcome adversity and struggles throughout his life and in his episode, he explains how he did it and plans to continue to do it. He critiques how easily people crave attention in the world we live in today and the increased addiction of social media, especially with young people. Tait speaks about building strength through consequence and rough patches in life, letting down your guard to let love in, and learning to not be so belligerent or hostile.
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After being diagnosed with thyroid cancer and overcoming it, Jon Armstrong has realized that there is more to life than just working for success. He learned to live life every day and in the moment because the future is never guaranteed and urges others to do the same. His battle with cancer has led him to his newest passion of helping health practitioners be able to offer high quality curated products to their audience and patients and he has teamed up with Krisstina Wise and Dr. Parsley to open up the Wealthy Wellthy store.
In this episode, we talk about supplementation, the difference between a supplement and a pharmaceutical, what a nutraceutical is, and whether or not there a difference in the quality in the brands of supplements. We also identify what common deficiencies people need to supplement for and who needs to supplement and why they need to. Jon shares his story about his cancer diagnosis and what overcoming thyroid cancer has taught him about life. We also speak about the new Wealthy Wellthy store which offers curated products approved by Krisstina Wise.
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Original Show Notes:
On this episode of Build Your Network, Host Travis Chappell interviews Krisstina Wise, real estate mogul, millionaire coach, author, and creator of several multi-million-dollar businesses.
Here’s what Travis and Krisstina discuss in this episode:
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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?
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Vanessa Van Edwards is a best-selling author of the book, Captivate: The Science of Succeeding with People, and she is the lead investigator at her human behavior research lab, the Science of People. She speaks and writes about cracking the code of human behavior for better relationships, more success, and a better life. She and her work have been featured on NPR, The Wall Street Journal, The Today Show, USA Today, CNN, Fast Company, and Forbes. In addition, she is a monthly columnist for Entrepreneur Magazine and Huffington Post.
In this episode, we cover charisma, networking, how to use people skills to make more money, and more. Vanessa explains what she does in her job as a behavioral investigator, where she learns “what makes people tick.” She discusses how everyone has a different form of charisma and how the emotions of charismatic people influence those around them. By creating a matrix to understand others and their personality traits, you are able to form a deeper connection.
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Mike wolf has earned the moniker of “The homeless millionaire.” Ironically, he made his wealth in real estate. On this episode, Krisstina talks with Mike about how he began his lifestyle, the dangers of valuing material things, and how much money is “enough”.
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Barbara Weltman shares some of her “big ideas for small business” on this episode of The Wealthy Wellthy Life. Author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Starting a Home-Based Business, J.K. Lasser’s Small Business Taxes, and The Rational Guide to Building Small Business Credit, Barbara tells Krisstina what small businesses must know about the new tax codes, about tax deductions, and about common – and costly -- record-keeping mistakes that small businesses make.
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As the market for cryptocurrency explodes, it can be hard to navigate the ins and outs of this growing industry. Willy Ogorzaly wants to change that. His company, Bitfract, makes it easier to invest and exchange cryptocurrency.
In this episode, Willy talks with Krisstina about cryptocurrency's evolution as well as its investment risks and rewards. They also debunk many of the myths surrounding cryptocurrency. Finally, Willy shows Krisstina how to use Bitfract to exchange and invest crypto.
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As a doctor of alternative and functional medicine, Dr. Kalanick always knew she wanted to pursue science and medicine. She studied pre-med and applied to pharmacy school. She soon began suffering from headaches, felt very fatigued, and couldn’t work out. As her mom was diabetic she thought she might be as well. The accurate diagnosis turned out to be Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). Once she began managing her illness she decided she no longer wanted to help people feel better by giving them medicine so she turned to naturopathic medical school and learned acupuncture school. She now helps women with hormone issues, and places emphasis in her practice on strength training and exercising properly for your hormones.
Full show notes: https://wealthywellthy.life/95
Helen Hunt and Harville Hendrix are relationship experts who have been married for 30 years, but their relationship wasn’t always smooth sailing and it took and still takes work and understanding to make it a success. One day while in the middle of an argument, Helen said something to Harville that led them to a breakthrough in their relationship and eventually to create three steps that they say are integral to a healthy and great relationship.
With this process, Helen and Harville have created a sort of “guidebook” for couples that teaches them that by communicating better, keeping negativity out, creating a safe environment, and adding positive energy, relationships and marriages can thrive no matter what condition they might be in.
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Meriflor Toneatto is the author of Money Manifestations and Miracles - A Guide to Transforming Women’s Relationships with Money. Her passion is to help women transform their relationship with money and tear down the emotional blocks, cultural stigmas, and long held negative beliefs about money so women can feel empowered to take control and shape their financial futures for themselves.
In this conversation, Krisstina discusses with Meriflor why women have a tendency to self-sabotage, what is holding women back from reaching their true earning potential, and why it’s so important for both women and men to ask for what you want.
For full show notes visit: http://wealthywellthy.life/93
Janet Newman, Ph.D, is the author of Living in the Chemical Age, where she dives deep to unearth and expose the many pervasive toxins that are prevalent throughout our environment, including the food we eat, the products we use to clean our homes and even the beds we sleep on and what you can do to decrease your exposure to these harmful chemicals.
After facing different health challenges seven to eight years ago, Janet wanted to learn more about the ailments that were causing her and her family to become so sick so they could all start feeling better. Through her research, she discovered that toxins, found just about everywhere, could either cause or exacerbate all of the ailments her family was suffering from. By writing this book, Janet has not only helped her own family live less toxic lives, but she is shining a spotlight on a subject that does not get the attention it deserves.
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Dr. Alan Hopkins has been practicing emergency medicine for the past 20 years. While working to save lives in the trauma center, he noticed that many more younger people were suffering from heart attacks and he wanted to begin focusing on preventative medicine in order to curtail these far too frequent incidents.
In this conversation, Krisstina and Dr. Hopkins discuss why it’s important to get an advanced lipid test, Lipoprotein-A and why it’s important to know your risk factor, how cholesterol is a genetic issue, and the best practices to keep your heart healthy.
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Dominic D’Agostino is a neuroscientist, molecular pharmacologist, and physiology researcher. He has maintained involvement in a vast array of professional, academic, and personal endeavors, attaining a high degree of achievement in each of his pursuits.
In his capacity as a researcher, Dominic enjoys support from the Office of Naval Research (ONR), the Department of Defense (DoD), the Alzheimer’s Association, and other entities for investigations into oxygen toxicity, ketogenic diets, cancer, and metabolic/neuroprotective strategies.
Krisstina is excited to bring you this informative discussion with Dominic in which he provides guidance through metabolic therapies, cancer research, and studying cancer metabolism.
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With 20 years of experience running two companies in the health and fitness space, Karen Behnke was horrified when she learned about the ingredients found in beauty products and the damaging effects they pose to people’s health and wellness. Knowing she could offer a better, more natural product, she got the idea for her third company, Juice Beauty, while she was pregnant in her early 40’s.
Founded in 2005, Juice Beauty sells certified organic beauty, skincare, and makeup products and was one of the first brands 12 and a half years ago to offer products sans parabens, a group of synthetic compounds commonly used as preservatives in health and beauty products that has been known to be detrimental to our health.
While Juice Beauty is considered their prestige brand, found in stores such as Nieman Marcus, Bloomingdales, Ulta Beauty, and Dillards, they also have a sister brand, Juice Organics, which sells shampoo’s and conditioner’s and can be found at several Target locations throughout the United States.
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For over 40 years, Anthony Morrocco has carefully studied and practiced holistic hair care. His quest to find a naturally based treatment for hair and scalp problems began with his apprenticeship at world famous Kenneth’s, a posh New York salon, where his clients included Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Mrs. Vincent Astor, Mia Farrow, Lauren Bacall, Joan Rivers, Faye Dunaway, Liza Minelli, and numerous other celebrities. In this interview we get the background story and understand where his passion for hair health comes from.
For full show notes, visit http://wealthywellthy.life/88.
Dan Millman is a prolific best-selling author, speaker, and former world champion athlete. His mission is to teach people how to bring together the warrior and the peaceful side we each possess for a successful and fulfilling life.
Dan has written 17 books in the last 30 years including, Way of the Peaceful Warrior, which was made into a major motion picture and is based upon incidents that happened during his life.
Krisstina credits Way of the Peaceful Warrior for changing the trajectory of her life from a young age and is delighted to bring you this enlightening conversation with Dan, The Peaceful Warrior.
For full show notes visit: http://wealthywellthy.life/87