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"mike rowe qasem" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

09:56 min | 1 year ago

"mike rowe qasem" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Day and a half I'd go to the ER and have a giant needle stuck in my back actively ribcage and it took them about a two weeks to figure out what was wrong but I was diagnosed the very rare aggressive form of cancer acute lymphoblastic leukemia and I was given a thirty percent chance of surviving. I you know I have to two small kids. They were seven. My daughter is seven at the time. My son was four and you know for any anyone but especially apparent you know the idea of leaving your family without the father was terrifying and I made the same decision that I made when I was told I would never walk again and I thought I will maintain unwavering faith that I will beat this cancer and live a long healthy life with my children until proven otherwise and I'm very grateful to say that after the most difficult year of my life where I was in the Er fighting for my life many times and almost dead and lost twenty five percent of my body weight at six feet. Taller was one hundred and twenty seven pounds but I'm about a year of being cancer free and in remission and now on a mission to elevate the consciousness of humanity maybe one person at a time and that that brings us to today that's incredible and I'm so curious because I feel like when presented with a really tough scenario in life hyphen. You've definitely had a couple of those people can go a couple of different ways and I often super people fall into that like why me mentality and I'm curious. Why do you think it it is that you didn't ask why me or take those answers that you were given from the doctors at face value. What do you think in you made you able to resist that then to choose an alternate path and I think I know pretty pretty close to exactly. Why and I and I can't take all the credit for it. It was really a mentor of mine when I was in when I was in my cut CO training on date too. I think my manager and Mentor Jesse top US what he called. The five minute rule and he said look sales is a microcosm Mike Rowe Qasem for life when you go out there. You're going to have goals and you're going to have dream ambitions. You'RE GONNA be working towards things and you're going to run into obstacles and challenges in adversity versity you're going to be working towards a goal and beyond track and then you're GonNa have your biggest order for the week. They're going to call and cancel and he said this is just it's just reality. There are a lot of things that happened that are out of your control and you can only control the things that you can control and he said so. The five minute rule is that whenever something happens that is unpleasant center painful or scarier difficult he he taught us to literally set our time run our phone for five minutes and five minutes to complain cry Vent Punch. Wall like whatever you know just like fill the pain feel the emotion and he said when the timer goes off you take a deep breath and you say three powerful words can't change it it and you remind yourself that I can't go back in time and change it so there's no value in in in continuing to feel upset about it. The only intelligent agent choice that I have really to make is to accept it fully and be at peace with it and then be proactive to move toward where I wanna go in my life or in my work get on the phone. Make more calls whatever it is in that in that setting and so I had when I first learned the end by the way this is one of those important lessons. I teach now even when I speak I mean it's so it's crazy to think twenty twenty years later. I'm teaching this to thousands and thousands of people in in live audiences and online but it's still this five minute role where when I first learned that like most people are like thought. Can I get like a five day Roy. It'd be pissed off for like five days like five minutes is not enough and sure enough the first few times. I did this little five minute rights at the time earn timer go off go. I'm still mad like still upset right and and then but here's the interesting thing that happened when we when we elevate our consciousness will become consciously justly aware of a different way of thinking or living a better way of thinking or living and we start we'd be aware of it and we stay present to it and we live in alignment with it. It changes everything for us and what happened is after a few days. Maybe a week of doing this where you know at first. I thought there's no way I can get over it and five minutes. I would set the timer for five minutes and I'd go son of God can't believe that lady cancel the appointment. I've been working on this for weeks. Gosh Gosh Darn it. Oh man and then I pick up my phone and look at the timer and I'd have you know four minutes and thirty two more seconds and I'd go. I'm over it like what why sit here in stew on something I can't change for another four and a half minutes when I could probably make three more calls and schedule another appointment to make up for that one and so the five minute rule became kind of the five second rule rides needed five seconds to go son of upset and fill it for a second but then I just moved on and so nope I applied that in every area of life not just my career not to sail so when I would be in traffic I remember when I literally can picture myself on this free in Sacramento when I had this this this first time there. I realized this applied to traffic innocence for anybody. You don't have to get cancer being a horrific car accident to apply the five minute rule and apply this idea of accepting the things you can't change but when I was in traffic one day I went. I was frustrated. I was running late and I didn't know I was going through my head all the phenomena. I'm going to lose this appointment or I'm GonNa lose his stuff things that we're all out of my control and we'd been I can't change the pace of the cars in front of me. I can't change that. I'm running late and I can't change the way the person reacts when I get there. That's not up to me but I can choose how I spend every moment in this car and to me. This is a metaphor for life. I like we can choose how we spend. Every moment of our lives regardless of what's going on around us. It doesn't matter what's going on around what's going on inside of us that determines our emotional wellbeing all being in quality of life and so traffic became a sense of joy for me. I went. Hey when I'm in traffic. I'm just going to be grateful grateful for everything I'd be grateful for. Is it time to slow down and thinking thank and you know and the day I was diagnosed with cancer because I had twenty years of practice seventeen years at that time of practicing this five minute rule the the day. I was diagnosed with cancer. I called my wife because she was out of town. When I found out and I was told I had a thirty percent chance of surviving and I called her and I said sweetheart what I'm going to tell. You is probably going to be the hardest thing ever told you but I want to preface it by saying I believe. This is the best thing that's ever happened to me. It'll probably probably be the most difficult thing that's ever happened to me and and for our family but I believe it's the best thing because this is going to give me the greatest opportunity to learn and to grow and become better than I've ever been before as a husband as a father as a leader as a human being and I also believe it's GonNa allow me to impact more people than I have even imagined and you know I will be honest. She did not take that same stance of being the best thing that ever happened that what day in fact I don't. I don't know if she's still quite there yet but yeah I mean that that it really stemmed from that simple realization that there's no value in feeling sorry for yourself or dwelling on something after the fact after thirty happen and sadly a Lotta people are suffering over their childhood. You know it's they're still suffering with things because when the when the you know the abuse or something that happened when we were kids and we think it's the abuse that's causing us pain to this day but it's not the abuse it's that we haven't made the decision to just accept it and and be at peace with it three so that for me was was the biggest difference that's amazing and you mention your parent as well as a mom of sex. I just thought about how amazing amazing intangible that is to use with our kids you know and they're upset or they're facing something given those five minutes and I've had like a neuroscientist and movement specialists on here before that I said you know kids are great because they actually do express their emotions with their body and they shake it out and they yell and they do all that but give them a time limit on him be like get it all out and then that empowers hours and you're like hey. I'm setting the timer. Do whatever you want right. Here's a pit like give them a punching bag. You know what I mean like right like make it fun and then they could literally be upset and then kind of laughing and you know and it will help open. I get through faster at that's a great a great connection of parenting. He I love that and you've also mentioned the word miracle a couple of times and I'm truly impressed by your ability to keep a really positive mindset in the face of some pretty drastic life. you know challenges but I'm curious how you would define the word miracle because I feel like that word. Can maybe have different meanings to a lot of different people. I'm glad you asked that because you're right. It's a really loaded word and I think that for a lot of people it has a bad rap and it has about route for one of the few reasons right I think the biggest one is miracles are thought of as random passive acts or events and if you're religious. Maybe you believe that you know God creates miracles right so you really all you can do is pray and then but again passively sit back and wait right or hope I personally a big believer are in in personal responsibility right with my car accident. I own ownership. I'm going to walk again with cancer. I'm going to beat cancer with the miracle morning. I'm going to change millions of lives like I'm not GonNa hope. That Oprah finds me. I'm not GonNa hope that this miracle drops in my lap. I I believe in the power of personal responsibility and I really believe that you know along those lines that to the degree that we take responsibility for everything in our lives determine the degree of of power that we have personal power to to change or affect things in our lives and so the way that I define miracle is really more of a practical actionable measurable way and and so I find miracle has any meaningful outcome that is beyond the realm of what you currently believe is probable for you know break that down in a meaningful outcome right so it's it's for me. It was beating cancer doesn't get much more when your life's on the line. There's no outcome more meaningful than than living right than than actually making making it through another car. Accident was walking again on.

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"mike rowe qasem" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

11:38 min | 1 year ago

"mike rowe qasem" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"A podcast. I'm Katie from Osama. Dot Com and this episode is all about maximizing your you are morning routine. I am here with Hal elrod who is on a mission to elevate the consciousness of humanity one at a time he's the author of the international bestseller color the miracle warning as well as his newest book the Miracle Equation and he's doing just that after overcoming multiple near death experiences that we talk about in this episode showed an impacting millions of lives. He has dedicated his own life to showing others how to overcome their challenges so that they can fulfil their unlimited potential this. This is a super fund episode. It has really practical tangible things that you can implement in your own morning and I hope that you will enjoy it. As much as I enjoyed recording it. howl welcome to the podcast? Thanks for being here. It is a pleasure really. Thank you so much for having me well. I'm so excited to chat with you because I am a huge believer in the power power of a story and I know from a little bit of research about you and from reading your books that you have actually quite an amazing story that has multiple chapters so to start are with those people who are not familiar with you. Can you just give us an overview of who you are and your story and how you got to this place that you are now yeah. I'll do the high level because I'm I'm. I'm a keynote speaker and very long winded and if I if I start to get into the story which we can dive into each one but I you know all of a sudden all all all realize I haven't even taken a breath Aetna Mike twelve minutes into my story but so high level when I was I grew up very average or mediocre. If you will meaning I I I was a C. student. I wasn't an athlete. I wasn't it wasn't popular. I didn't you know didn't really have other than all the gifts that breach born with unique gifts. I didn't really wasn't born with any really amazing standup talents balance on and and then when I was fifteen I fell into a job. Dj Edit Dj digits cool dances and weddings and anniversaries and then I got hired as radio station and are not became my dream was to be a radio DJ and then fast forward it nineteen a buddy of mine almost tricked me into going to work with him and he was in sales else and he sold cut co cutlery and I had no interest in being in sales I was. I was at another radio station at that point. After college and I met the manager Jesse Bovine and ended up Jesse really sold me on the idea that you know having setting my own schedule and having no ceiling on my income and it was kind of an all the experience I could gain. I decided to give it a shot and I started selling cutlery and in my first ten days I broke the all time company record which meant I had sold more kitchen knives in the first in days of anyone that had worked before me in fifty years and that was kind of a crazy thing for me because I went from being this average kid to like WHOA I. I didn't know I had this in me. You know and I think that all of us we have so much more within us so much more potential than we have yet to tap into a year and a half later. I was giving a speech at a cut. Co Conference points and driving home after the speech in a brand new Ford Mustang about me. I knew car I was hit head on by a drunk driver eighty miles an hour and my car spun off of the drunk driver and the worst was actually yet to come you think what what's worse than a head on with a drunk driver at eighty miles an hour but the car behind me. I spun in front of them and they crashed into my driver's side door at seventy miles an hour and crushed my car door into the left side of my body and instantly I broke eleven bones and I broke my femur and half. I broke my pelvis. In three places. I fractured broke. My arm. Mike humorous buying my bicep half shattered. My elbow broke all the bones around around my I mean Izhak. It was shattered severed my ear and began losing a lot of blood and that night I bled to death. I was dead for six minutes on the side of the freeway anyway after they pulled me out of the car the car was kind of keeping me alive and I I bled to death. I was clinically dead for six minutes rushed to the hospital in a coma for six six days. I flatlined twice more in the coma and when I came out of the coma was told by doctors that I would never walk again and permanent brain damage and at any the age that's tough to take but at twenty at a lot of goals that are involved you know walking again and the use of my brain and I decided that I would not accept the doctor's diagnosis as the ultimate fate that that I I was going to believe I could walk again and have faith that I could walk again until I was proven otherwise and I had accepted that I would and I go well. Maybe I'll never walk again. If I never walked again I told my dad I'll be the happiest person that you've ever seen in a wheelchair because I will not let a wheelchaired chaired define my quality of life. I will not let it define my emotional wellbeing and the power of the mind body connection three weeks after the crash two weeks after him out of the coma. The doctors came in with routine x rays and they said we don't know how to explain this. How your body is healing so quickly that were acting let you take your first first step today on therapy and even me being faithful and hopeful and optimistic. I was thinking maybe I could walk in like a year not in three weeks or two weeks except woke up and I took my first step in the rest is kind of history as they say and then all kinds of wrap up the big picture story with just two other other pieces in two thousand seven the US economy crashed that was kind of what I would call my second rock bottom the car accident being my first during my second rock bottom when the economy crashed kinda crashed with it. I was an entrepreneur and my business failed. couldn't pay the mortgage. I lost my house. I physically started declining in terms of I my body fat. Percentage tripled in about six months. I wasn't exercising. I was depressed. I was scared I didn't know how to turn it around and I created this morning ritual. This was like my desperate attempt to turn things around. It created the morning ritual. I wanted to create the ultimate morning ritual. The idea was that I was studying the world's most successful people just googling and looking for what are they what are their rituals and routines. I need to Sir changing things in my life. I want my life to change and a kept coming. Russ morning rituals that I'm like. Nah Not a morning person what else do and long story short there long story longer anger. I got I decided to create. I'm going to create notches morning ritual. I'm GONNA create the ultimate morning ritual like the best personal development practices in the history of humanity and I'm going to combine all of with them and the next morning I woke up over the course of an hour. I meditated for ten minutes ten minutes of affirmations ten minutes of visualization. A ten minutes of exercise is ten minutes of reading and ten minutes of journaling and that morning I went from being depressed and scared to going wow I feel inspired tired. I feel motivated. I feel energized still optimistic. If I start every day like this it's only a matter of time but I thought it'd probably be again like six months to a year of this slow congratula compound effect but within two months of doing this morning ritual didn't have a name it would just personal development in the morning that I did at five. AM and within two months I more than doubled my income I went from the worship of my life physically to deciding to train for a fifty two mile ultra marathon never run before and and I completed lead the marathon you know six months later and I went to my wife and I said Sweetie I would. I go we we just officially have surpassed the the highest two months ago. We were in debt and couldn't pay the bills. We just surpassed the highest monthly income we've ever had which at that time was twelve thousand dollars a month and I said it feels. It's like a frigging miracle that this little morning. Ritual is like how it's changing my life and she goes. It's your miracle morning and I could yeah miracle morning and you know it wasn't a book editor. wrote it down and now the miracle morning is a book and it sold one point seven million copies. It's translated in thirty seven languages practice everyday by mill over a million million people and then the last part of the story is a two years ago. I woke up unable to like couldn't control breathing and turned out I took eleven days of me having my lungs sixteen pounds of fluid drained from my lungs every day and a half I'd go to the ER and have a giant needle stuck in my back actively ribcage and it took them about a two weeks to figure out what was wrong but I was diagnosed the very rare aggressive form of cancer acute lymphoblastic leukemia and I was given a thirty percent chance of surviving. I you know I have to two small kids. They were seven. My daughter is seven at the time. My son was four and you know for any anyone but especially apparent you know the idea of leaving your family without the father was terrifying and I made the same decision that I made when I was told I would never walk again and I thought I will maintain unwavering faith that I will beat this cancer and live a long healthy life with my children until proven otherwise and I'm very grateful to say that after the most difficult year of my life where I was in the Er fighting for my life many times and almost dead and lost twenty five percent of my body weight at six feet. Taller was one hundred and twenty seven pounds but I'm about a year of being cancer free and in remission and now on a mission to elevate the consciousness of humanity maybe one person at a time and that that brings us to today that's incredible and I'm so curious because I feel like when presented with a really tough scenario in life hyphen. You've definitely had a couple of those people can go a couple of different ways and I often super people fall into that like why me mentality and I'm curious. Why do you think it it is that you didn't ask why me or take those answers that you were given from the doctors at face value. What do you think in you made you able to resist that then to choose an alternate path and I think I know pretty pretty close to exactly. Why and I and I can't take all the credit for it. It was really a mentor of mine when I was in when I was in my cut CO training on date too. I think my manager and Mentor Jesse top US what he called. The five minute rule and he said look sales is a microcosm Mike Rowe Qasem for life when you go out there. You're going to have goals and you're going to have dream you know Bishen. You'RE GONNA be working towards things and you're going to run into obstacles and challenges and adversity versity you're going to be working towards a goal and beyond track and then you're GonNa have your biggest order for the week. They're going to call and cancel and he said this is just it's just reality. There are a lot of things that happened that are out of your control and you can only control the things that you can control and he said so. The five minute rule is that whenever something happens that is unpleasant center painful or scarier difficult he he taught us to literally set our time run our phone for five minutes and five minutes to complain cry Vent Punch. Wall like whatever you know just like fill the pain feel the emotion and he said when the timer goes off you take a deep breath and you say three powerful words can't change it it and you remind yourself that I can't go back in time and change it so there's no value in in in continuing to feel upset about it. The only intelligent agent choice that I have really to make is to accept it fully and be at peace with it and then be proactive to move toward where I wanna go in my life or in my work get on the phone. Make more calls whatever it is in that in that setting and so I had when I first learned the end by the way this is one of those important lessons. I teach now even when I speak I mean it's so it's crazy to think twenty twenty years later. I'm teaching this to thousands and thousands of people in in live audiences and online but it's still this five minute role where when I first learned that like most people are like you know I thought can I get a five day Roy. It'd be pissed off for like five days like five minutes is not enough and sure enough the first few times. I did this little five minute rights at the time earn timer go off go. I'm still mad like still.

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