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Ask The Health Expert
"impact theory studios" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert
"Did a BigQuery to my audience. A couple years ago and I said, you know, if you're not where you want to be in your health or with your weight or your body, why not? Thinking they'd say gluten or cheese or sugar or I don't like to exercise and it wasn't that at all. And what it really came down to was confidence and self worth. So I was super excited when my girlfriend Lisa Bill, you came out with radical confidence. And I was like, you must come talk about this. You must you must you must. And if you have not heard of Lisa, will Lisa and her husband Tom cofounded the quest nutrition company. And I met them a couple of years ago. I went and did Tom's impact theory and Lisa has also done a great show podcast women of impact. And so she's been really in it for years now and along the way she kind of realized something that was really her kryptonite could become her superpower. Someone let her explain all of that to you. Lisa, again, is the cofounder and president of impact theory studios, which is a revolutionary digital first studio producing original content focusing on the theme of empowerment. And she also is the author of this fabulous book. You will want to get for your success library radical confidence. She's also gifting us her four part confidence series. So I was really excited when she said this one. She has this her confidence workshop. She is gifting to us. And I'm going to put that at JJ virgin dot com slash Lisa B all right, I will be right back with
Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"impact theory studios" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Let us dive into the very first question. This one comes from Louis Christine in being. This is from the connect inbox. Do you follow any morning routine if so, what does your morning routine look like and what is your thought process behind doing each of these actions? Okay, here it goes. First of all, your morning routine starts the night before. So go to bed early. Now, I used to say that like a religion I was in bed by 9 p.m., but now my schedule has gotten a little out of whack. We've got a new piece of content. Called real impact, by the way, for anybody that's into film and TV and the mindset that you can glean from that. You can go to YouTube dot com slash impact theory studios and check that out, but that routinely now has me seeing movies at far past my bedtime. But I tried to go to bed as close to 9 as humanly possible every night, save for the weekends, and in that I sleep without an alarm, so I wake up when I wake up, the reason that I do that is because I want to get as much sleep as I need. So I'm all about cognitive optimization. So I'm not somebody who sets the alarm to make sure that I'm up at four in the morning, but when I wake up at four in the morning, I'm a very happy camper. I usually get, it used to be between 5 and 6. I'm now getting between 7 and 8. I have no idea why it changed completely randomly and as far as I can tell without reason. But I wake up when I wake up, I give myself ten minutes to get out of bed and I do that because I'm lazy and my inclination is to lay in bed so I need a bright line that says I get out of bed immediately without wasting time. So I'm out of bed and out of bed in ten minutes or less, I put my gym clothes next to my bed so that the easiest answer is to put my gym clothes on. In fact, I'd have to make a conscious choice not to, which thusly would trigger in me a lot of conflict, emotionally because it is my identity to immediately go to the gym to work out again, partly for cognitive optimization and then also for longevity for health and for aesthetics. But working out, I think, is incredibly important. And I actually think that for anybody that wants to achieve something extraordinary in their life that the third thing that you need to focus on is mindset. The first two are diet and exercise. Followed by mindset. So I hit the gym. First and foremost, immediately after the gym, I meditate, and the reason that I do that is because I want to practice going from the sympathetic nervous system, which is fight or flight, which you're triggering in the gym, through the heavy exertion, your heart rate is up, your breathing is shallow and rapid. And the idea is to very quickly switch over into the parasympathetic nervous system where you're getting into rest and digest where you're calming all of that down, you're slowing your breath, your diaphragm breathing into the nose out through the mouth and really calming everything down. And I think practicing that transition is very important. And so that's why I do them back to back, but then on top of that, just meditating for any reason I think is really important. And doing that gets you into a calm and creative state, which is where all of your anxiety, all of your stress is drop down to zero and I also think that we think on multiple levels, you've got the thinking that is truly you hear the voice and the words articulated in your mind, but you also have below that where you have the notion without the actual words and I think either below that or beside that you also have just sort of an emotional level of thinking where you're feeling whatever is going on. And I think that you want to quiet all of those down so that you can truly get into that calm creative state and I really feel the difference in my brain, which is why I think that meditating is insanely important. And I think much like fasting, it's really where you want to not be taxing your metabolic processes and it's not that I think there are a lot of studies out there that show that doing that increases the efficiency of your mitochondria and a whole host of other benefits, including insulin sensitivity and on and on. I think that there's a very similar effect that happens when you meditate where you're literally fasting from thought or at least you're trying to get out of thought and into that calm creative space for as much of the time that you're meditating as possible. You're going to find that your mind wanders is just what the mind does, but you really can quiet it down quite a down. I think in quieting it down, there is some effect I don't know what the actual neurological effect is. But the effects of that what you feel is a deep sense of calm, relaxation and it's incredibly powerful for them having your most potent ideas and biggest breakthroughs. After I do that, then I do what I call thinking, which is leveraging that state to then process through in a very conscious way, all of the things that I'm dealing with in my business or my life. And I won't go into too much detail and think it, but basically allow yourself to actually think we're in meditation trying not to. And then after that, I read, which I think is incredibly important. I think you should always be learning. I think that's really, really important to have in great ideas to solving problems, whatever it is to getting better. You need to just always always always be learning. And then after that, I have a list called important things and I go through my important things list and that is literally just a list of the most important things I could be doing for my business and the reason that I keep a list is because I don't ever want to waste time in a transitional moment trying to think of what I should be doing or focusing on. I want that list. Also, studies have shown that journaling before you go to bed simply by listing the things you need to do allows you to sleep. And so this may be one of the reasons that I have such an easy time falling asleep is I know everything that I should be working on. Everything that I've thought about is not only written down, it's in priority order. And so there isn't a cycle of my brain, like remember, remember, remember, which I think is part of what keeps people awake. So there you have it. That's my morning routine after that, then I get ready and I often read, by the way, because I do audible books while I'm getting ready, I read through, making my first meal, which comes after all of that. And there you have it. That's my morning routine. And I think behind it. All right, next question is from Daniel breeze. Hi, Tom, I go to bed at 9. My man, alarm at 5 30, shame on you. It's still not enough sleep get more. I've want to wake up without the alarm. Any tips on how to feel rested with less sleep. I have absolutely no tips on how to feel rested with less sleep. My only tip is how to feel rested,
The Emma Guns Show
"impact theory studios" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"It's all here, welcome to the show. My guest in this episode of the podcast is a returning guest, it is Lisa bilyeu, and Lisa came on the show actually nearly a year ago to the day via Zoom. We met, she was at her house in Los Angeles. I was in my home in London, and she came on the podcast to discuss her mission, which is to push people to know what their dreams are and empower them with the confidence to pursue them. And she does this via her digital first media company impact theory studios and her women have impact YouTube channel where she empowers women to become to become the hero of their own lives. And I first came to know about Lisa's channel because she interviewed a friend of mine, Mali wrong girl. And I watched that interview and then I watched another one. And then I watched another one. And before I knew it, I'd clocked up hours, hours I tell you of watching women of impact YouTube videos. They are just utterly brilliant. And when we spoke last summer, I felt a real connection with Lisa and we had stayed in touch and she gave me the heads up off the record actually when we recorded that last episode that she had a book coming out in 2022. She even told me the name of it, which you know anything about books that are coming up, usually the name is the last thing to be anyway. I thought, okay, I really can't wait to read this book based on the conversation we've just had. If you've been able to bottle that into a book, I can not wait to read it. Well, that book radical confidence landed in my post box a few weeks ago and I obviously devoured it. I think it was two sittings it took. And then Lisa herself landed on my doorstep sort of sort of. She landed in London, which is kind of the same thing. And this podcast is us meeting in person for the first time and look. There are a lot of people out there who are selling you that they can help you reach your goals. And it all looks very appealing. But there's something so very real about Lisa's perspective. And she's a real deal. And I think that's because Lisa knows what it's like to sit on her own dreams and watch as others achieve theirs. She's been told all through her life that her choices weren't great ones. At least you're wrong. Whether that was her dream of becoming a filmmaker or an artist, all of those things she was told they were foolish. Why would you want to do that? That's not going to be a food on the table. That's so artistic. So for a long time, she was a stay at home mom. The stay at home moms stay at home wife to her husband Tom when they started quest nutrition. The company they eventually sold for over a $1 billion. But as she learned more about the business, became involved in the day to day and then instrumental in the businesses growth. She realized she had a passion for business and entrepreneurship, a passion that she wanted to pursue, which meant she wanted to surrender, her life up to that point, and we really talk about that in this episode about how you can know what you want, but that doesn't mean that leaving behind what you were, what you are, isn't difficult. There's something really legitimate about Lisa's perspective because she's been stuck. She's felt stuck. And the things that really tethered her to that place were limiting beliefs, often projected onto her by other people, and they were usually characterized by shoulds. I should do this. I shouldn't do that. I should play safe. But also because of what she was telling herself and I think we can all identify with having a negative voice in our head that may be sabotages us when all we really want us to do is to push us forward. So I have book radical confidence is ten chapters each teaching a lesson that she had to learn on her journey to what looks like confidence from the outside, but honestly it's hard and we cover everything and the book covers everything from gambling on yourself. Why you have to lean into a growth mindset and how that can be really a significant shift. If your default setting right now is to be limited by these limiting beliefs and these should, she also discusses looking for external validation why that's a fool's errand and why it's better to seek internal validation, why it's important to embrace mistakes and actually be comfortable to learn and to say, I don't know, and I want to learn and get good at something. How you should really try to learn to listen to your instinct, making use of that negative voice in your head as we've discussed. We've all got it, so how do you make it work for you rather than work against you? She also discusses toughening up, leaning into fear, checking in with your emotions, and again, what are they trying to tell you if you're scared of something? Does that mean that you have to run at it? Why being a perfectionist? Again, can be the thing that could hold you back, and also being your own hero and not waiting for someone else to come and save you. And interestingly, that's something that I talked about on the podcast with every pom porous who actually has her own series with Lisa. So there's a lot of regular listen to the show. There's a lot of this little kind of join up. There's a lot of conversations in this conversation with Lisa that might make it a little bit more sense. If you know that every and Lisa remains. So if you're in limbo, you feel stuck, whether that's in love, whether it's in work or in any aspect of your life. Then I think Lisa may be able to jolt you into action, or say the thing that you really need to hear today. To see where you are now, but also crucially, help you navigate to where you want to be. I can't wait for you to hear this conversation. I really can't it was such a pleasure to meet Lisa. And also just chat to her and look her in the eyes and have this conversation and so the link to the book and all of Lisa's social media will of course be in the show notes, but please join me in welcoming Lisa Bill you in person onto the.