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As a Naturopathic Doctor and Entrepologist, Dr. Meghan Walker supports the health and optimization of entrepreneurs, innovators and go-getters. The demands of an entrepreneurial life can take a toll on one’s health. From relationships to neurotransmitters, Dr. Meghan goes deep with world renowned experts to help you optimize your brain, body and purpose. Your health is your unfair advantage. Have a question or topic you would like to see covered, go to www.entrepologypodcast.com
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Aug 29, 2017

In today’s show I got to have a really cool conversation. We talked about something that everyone thinks about, but no one really wants to talk about, and that is money. Money is an issue, and whether we like it or not, we all hold beliefs around money. Some of us believe that money is a bad thing, that it is evil. Others have evolved to a place where they allow money to flow into their lives freely and easily. We hear about these people; they are like myths, like mermaids. It’s rare to get to sit down with one and really understand what that mindset looks like in real life, but that’s what I did today.

 

Today I sat down with David Binns. David is a real estate agent by background and training, and a contributor to the self-improvement movement. We looked at the concept of money mindset, and learned how to transition our way of thinking to allowing money to flow toward us. The conversation was insightful. It gave me goosebumps throughout, and it was really foundational to addressing a concept that I believe is important to everybody’s health; financial freedom. This conversation is a gateway to the liberation that comes from looking at money in a whole new way.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:40] Please join our Facebook community, Legacy, a group of bad-ass women collectively committed to leaving the world better than we found it.

[3:58] David grew up in a lower class family in an affluent town, and his self-improvement journey began when he saw Tony Robbins on TV.

[7:05] David recognized that he was no different than a wealthy person, and that he could achieve financial freedom.

[8:50] Money is not mechanical.

[12:09] Where should you start if you know you have a limiting view of money?

[13:34] How do you stay in a place of abundance?

[16:20] Trust is not entitlement.

[17:13] We acquire much of our money mindset in our family of origin.

[18:45] David is unwilling to give up on what’s possible.

[21:03] Is money a problem to be solved?

[22:57] Be specific about what you’re asking for.

[23:45] Invest in yourself.

[25:05] David examines his health and the impact he wants to have on the world.

[26:28] Most people don’t know what their purpose is, or they don’t know that they know.

[29:24] Your purpose will evolve.

[29:53] David’s purpose is to be a leader and a contrarian.

[30:54] What does David want his legacy to be?

[32:43] Health is having your mind, heart, and body reflect how you want to experience life.

[32:58] Take this month’s quiz at meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[33:20] Let’s look at David’s key performance indicators!

[38:04] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

The Science of Getting Rich, by Wallace D. Wattles

Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth, by T. Harv Eker

The Landmark Forum

The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself, by Michael Singer

@david.binns on Instagram

Mind Body Reset

 

 

Tweetables:

 

“The foundation of money is trust.”

 

“We have to wrap our heads around the concept of money if we are ever going to be at a place where we are truly free.”

 

“If you don’t trust that you can have everything you desire in life, it ain’t gonna show up.”

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

Instagram - @david.binns

 

Website - www.mindbodyreset.co

 

CALL TO ACTION

 

What is one word you would use to describe your relationship with money? What is one word you would like to use to describe your relationship with money? This week's challenge is to create a positive mantra around the relationship you wish to have between yourself and money. Share your commitment and mantra on our  Entrepology Podcast Facebook Page. Because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

Aug 22, 2017

Today I sat down with Samantha Gladish. Samantha is a nutritionist by background, health crusader and a renowned online entrepreneur. While I thought we were actually going to talk about health, where we went with this conversation was really getting to know the fundamentals that entrepreneurs require to be effective in this world. We broke through some of the commonly-held beliefs that hold people back in terms of being able to achieve what they want to achieve, and then we got into health from an unexpected angle, where we started to explore the connection between hormones, the birth control pill, and their collective incapacity to enable us to be our best selves.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:42] Please join our Facebook community, Legacy, a group of bad-ass women collectively committed to leaving the world better than we found it.

[2:33] Samantha has always been interested in nutrition and natural healing, but has a BA in religion and English.

[5:31] Getting clients wasn’t as easy as Samantha thought it would be.

[7:53] Samantha got fired from a sales rep job at the perfect time.

[9:12] Samantha attributes her success to a “glass half full” attitude.

[12:19] You have to know what works for you.

[17:04] How did Samantha get clarity and define her goals?

[20:44] You have to have skin in the game.

[23:12] It can be difficult to charge what you’re worth.

[26:06] Because of her own health issues, Samantha became passionate about hormonal health.

[31:53] Just last year Samantha found out that she has Hashimoto’s.

[34:52] The birth control pill stops your own hormones from working, and can lead to PCOS and insulin resistance.

[43:15] Health is living with joy.

[43:40] Thank you to our sponsor, The Interpreting Your Genetics Summit.

[44:55] Samantha’s morning routine includes affirmations and drinking water and tea or coffee.

[46:29] Samantha reads both fiction and nonfiction.

[46:52] Samantha’s hot beverage of choice is mushroom coffee with collagen.

[48:22] Samantha loves dancing, being outside, kayaking, and reading.

[49:16] Entrepreneurs are born with a drive to live by their own rules.

[51:32] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Holistic Wellness

10 Day Detox

 

Tweetables:

 

“We have it so backward. It should be ‘be, do, have,” not, ‘have, do, be.’”

 

“The journey [to entrepreneurship] has been long.”

 

“I can only take people [whom I coach] as far as I’ve gone myself.”

 

“You can always choose the mindset that things aren’t going to work out, and you’ll be right.”

 

“I want my business to revolve around my life, not my life to revolve around my business.”

 

“Tracking your cycle is just as effective as going on the birth control pill.”

 

" You really need to have skin in the game."

 

MORE ABOUT SAMANTHA GLADISH

 

Samantha Gladish is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Women’s Health and Wellness Coach. She is the founder of www.HolisticWellness.ca; a website dedicated to helping women lose weight and balance their hormones through delicious food. Samantha coaches and supports women from around the world on natural beauty, holistic health and nutrition. Her philosophy is that through changing the way we eat, think, move and care for our bodies, we can heal ourselves and live a life we love. Through therapeutic lifestyle changes, whole foods, and straight-forward guidance, clients become confident and empowered to lead healthier and vibrant lives. Clients report greater levels of energy, confidence in their bodies, and release excess weight after many years of feeling stuck.

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

 

Instagram - @holisticwellnessfoodie

Facebook - @holisticwellnessfoodie

Website - www.holisticwellness.ca

 

CALL TO ACTION

In the spirit of prevention, there is no time like the present, to look at how we could and should be supporting your system for maximum performance. This month I am challenging you to better understand your current state of health.  Register today for the free Genetics Summit to learn how to use your genetic/genomic information to alter your lifestyle, guide treatment and create better health. Register here.

Aug 15, 2017

Today I sat down with Heather Allen. Heather is a nutritionist, an entrepreneur, and all around community builder. She’s a queen on Instagram and someone you absolutely have to know. Heather has a love affair with food, and has an innate capacity to take complicated concepts and turn them into something simple that you can easily cook up in your own kitchen. We talked about fermented food, building community, and the concept of “hangry,” and the blood sugar balancing that we all need to do to be able to optimize ourselves on our daily mission. This is a practical talk about how to put things into action, and how to take your body and your physiology to the next level, with the decisions that you make day in and day out, each time you make the choice to eat another meal. You’re gonna love it!

 

Key Takeaways:

[:40] Please join our Facebook community, Legacy, a group of bad-ass women collectively committed to leaving the world better than we found it.

[2:26] Heather’s entrepreneurial journey began in retail, but she realized that something was missing.

[4:12] Heather realized that when she had travelled in Southeast Asia she felt great, because of the food that she was eating.

[6:55] Heather decided to go to school for holistic nutrition, so that she could sort through all of the conflicting information about food.

[7:54] Why does it take so long to make the connection between food and health?

[9:23] Our society has conditioned us to prefer to take medication rather than change our lifestyle.

[9:58] How does food affect our mood?

[12:24] How can you avoid becoming “hangry”?

[13:19] Fasting can make our cells more resilient.

[15:40] What are the signs of poor blood sugar management?

[17:43] Stress management is more than just managing your to do list.

[18:53] How can you maintain your energy through the afternoon?

[22:07] Protein and fat are important for balancing blood sugar.

[25:39] There are lots of healthy options for vegetarians.

[27:25] Most people eat the worst kind of breakfast.

[28:44] Food and community are intricately connected.

[31:16] Why is fermentation key to our overall nutrition picture?

[32:54] Health is being free.

[33:32] Thank you to our sponsor, The Interpreting Your Genetics Summit.

[34:53] Heather’s morning routine includes warm lemon water and gardening.

[36:02] Heather is reading The Color of Our Sky: A Novel, by Amita Trasi.

[36:40] Heather is consistent with making quality decisions about her food.

[37:56] Heather loves to be in nature.

[38:12] Entrepreneurship can be innate or it can be learned.

[40:00] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

UberEATS

@bitewithlove on Instagram

Heather Allen Nutrition on Facebook

Heather Allen Nutrition

Aug 8, 2017

Today’s interview was really interesting for me. I sat down with Mike Mutzel, the author of Belly Fat Effect. He’s also the host of High Intensity Health, a practitioner, and someone who has immersed himself in this field since he was a teenager. We talked about a lot of things, but mostly we dove deep into the concept of the ketogenic diet. This is actually a concept that, previous to this interview, I wasn’t particularly familiar with. I was used to talking about ketosis from a medical standpoint, but the ins and outs of actually doing the “ketogenic diet” was not something I was familiar with, or something I used with my patients. But now, I might.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:45] Please join our Facebook community, Legacy, a group of bad-ass women collectively committed to leaving the world better than we found it.

[2:57] How did Mike become passionate about health and the ketogenic diet?

[5:32] The toolbox of the average MD is very limited.

[7:35] Choose a healthy alternative to alcohol or other comfort substances.

[9:53] Seasonal eating and circadian rhythms are crucial.

[16:47] What exactly is a ketogenic diet?

[22:33] Dietary supplements can help you in your journey into ketosis.

[24:36] Some people are not ready to go into ketosis.

[27:58] Is ketosis harder for women?

[29:07] You should know why you want to adopt a ketogenic diet.

[31:01] Most women are estrogen dominant.

[32:24] You may not have to change what you eat to enter ketosis.

[33:03] Can you have alcohol on a ketogenic diet?

[35:16] Diversity of vegetable matter is good for your microbiome.

[39:46] Who has Mike learned the most from?

[42:56] Vitality and energy equal health.

[43:49] Thank you to our sponsor, The Interpreting Your Genetics Summit.

[45:08] Mike journals and meditates every morning.

[46:40] Mike likes fiction but always ends up reading nonfiction.

[48:17] Mike is very consistent about exercise.

[49:17] Mike plays the guitar and loves to travel and hike.

[49:36] Are we born this way, or do we learn to become entrepreneurs?

[51:44] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Belly Fat Effect: The Real Secret About How Your Diet, Intestinal Health and Gut Bacteria Help You Burn Fat, by Mike Mutzel

Human Food Project

High Intensity Health on Youtube

 

Tweetables:

 

“Traditional medicine, while being great at acute care, is just not equipped to help with some of these chronic ailments.”

 

“You can enhance your own health, the health of your community and of the world at large.”

 

“[Your diet should be] high fiber, high color, with a diverse array of non-starchy vegetables.”

 

MORE ABOUT MIKE MUTZEL

Mike has an B.S. in Biology from Western Washington University and is completing his M.S. in Clinical Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport and is a graduate of the Institute for Functional Medicine’s (IFM) Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice (AFMCP). He is an independent consultant for one of the world’s leading professional nutrition companies, and has worked as a nutritionist with Gerard Guillory, MD of the Care Group, PC in Denver, CO. Mike has lectured alongside Dr. Guillory to large patient-groups in the Denver area and they have been featured on local T.V. programs discussing the power of Nutrition and Functional Medicine. In April of 2014 Mike launched his first book and Started High Intensity Health radio. 

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

High Intensity Health - Mike’s Amazing Podcast! www.highintensityhealth.com

 

CALL TO ACTION

In the spirit of prevention, there is no time like the present, to look at how we could and should be supporting your system for maximum performance. This month I am challenging you to better understand your current state of health.  Register today for the free Genetics Summit to learn how to use your genetic/genomic information to alter your lifestyle, guide treatment and create better health. Register here.

Aug 1, 2017

Today I’m joined by Dr. Kristy Prouse. Dr. Prouse is an OBGYN who has gone on to discover the world of functional medicine. Dr. Prouse is an associate professor at the University of Toronto and is the founder and chief medical officer at the Institute for Hormonal Health. She has walked the full spectrum of medical experience, and she has landed at a place where she is able to address people’s health through a lens of hormonal balance, with so many tools in front of her. We had a really enlightening conversation about how we assess and treat hormones, the pressures that cause these things to run amuck, and ways that we can go about controlling them without applying the birth control pill as a universal tool. It was a really fascinating conversation because we were able to have it from a perspective that gave us access to multiple ways of thinking about our hormones and our bodies, and ultimately their effects on our brains and our performance out there in the real world. It was an enlightening conversation for me personally, and I know it’s going to be fascinating to all of you.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:43] Please join our Facebook community, Legacy, a group of bad-ass women collectively committed to leaving the world better than we found it.

[2:48] Dr. Prouse’s own health crisis brought her into the world of functional medicine.

[5:25] How did Dr. Prouse’s colleagues react to her new paradigm?

[8:00] Many patients know that they aren’t okay, even though their blood work looks normal.

[9:29] Many undiagnosed health issues can be tracked back to stress and adrenal fatigue.

[9:55] What is cortisol dysregulation?

[11:57] Preventing adrenal fatigue is about connecting mind, body, and spirit.

[14:32] Even if you believe you are good at managing stress, you may be taking on too much.

[15:46] How is adrenal fatigue related to estrogen dominance?

[18:09] Stress and environmental toxins can both throw off our hormones.

[20:05] How can we avoid environmental proponents of estrogen dominance?

[22:44] How should you feel if your hormones are balanced?

[25:51] If you have abnormal periods, birth control is definitely not the only solution.

[29:50] What is the best way to assess sex hormone balance?

[31:15] What is the least interventional birth control method?

[33:03] We underestimate the physiological damage caused by stress.

[36:42] Dr. Prouse tells us her hormonal health hacks.

[40:36] Health is so much more than the absence of disease.

[41:59] Thank you to our sponsor, The Interpreting Your Genetics Summit.

[43:27] Dr. Prouse is not a morning person.

[44:28] Dr. Prouse enjoys reading about quantum physics.

[44:53] Mindfulness has become a constant in Dr. Prouse’s health.

[45:53] Dr. Prouse loves to travel with her husband.

[46:28] Entrepreneurs are born.

[48:25] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Institute for Hormonal Medicine

 

Tweetables:

 

“I left my old way of thinking behind and ... embraced this idea of a holistic approach and getting to the root cause.”

 

“A good chunk of what I see everyday … [are adrenal fatigue issues].”

 

“We can choose to show up differently in the world.”

 

"A healthy mindset helps us get healthy and stay healthy."

 

MORE ABOUT DR. KRISTY PROUSE

 

Dr. Kristy Prouse MD FRCSC is an obstetrician/gynecologist with additional training in functional medicine.  Dr. Prouse is an associate professor at the University of Toronto, medical advisor to In-Common Laboratories, founder and Chief Medical Officer at the Institute for Hormonal Health- an integrative and holistic practise with a team of various practitioners.  Dr. Prouse has also created the I-HHeLP Initiative- a worldwide virtual integrative practice of Institute for Hormonal Health certified practitioners trained using a comprehensive on-line educational program...coming soon!

 

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

 

Website: www.hormonalhealth.ca

 

CALL TO ACTION

 

Conventional body products are chock-full of toxins and xenoestrogens which contribute to hormonal imbalances. This week's call to action is to detox your beauty care routine. Swap out your funky face creams, lotions and potions and get familiar with the ingredients to look out for. Make yourself accountable and inspire others by sharing your commitment in our Entrepology Facebook page.

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