If you know Yes Theory, you know that we love to travel. On this episode we sit down with Lexie Alford. Lexie is the Guinness Book World Record holder for being the youngest person to travel to every country, and she has some amazing stories to share along with her journey. So join us to hear more about how getting out of your comfort zone can lead you to some of the most amazing experiences that life has to offer.
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23:40While we often seek discomfort, sometimes, it finds us. Our internal discomforts over the course of our careers have shaped who we are and how we deal with situations at hand. On today’s episode, we bring on our close friend, Eric Tabach. Eric, like many of us, has gone through his own internal discomforts over this past year and beyond that have overall landed him in a better place. So stick with us to hear more about the internal conflicts that we have faced this year and how we turn these discomforts into positive attributes in our collective lives.
Growing Up Under a Microscope
20:53Growing older is definitely an odd feeling. One moment we’re young 21 year olds starting up a YouTube channel, and then we seemingly blink and six years have flown by. On today’s episode we bring on the one and only, Tommy Dajer. Tommy is Matt’s little brother and has grown up with us along our journey of saying yes. So join us on this episode as we discuss our experiences growing up in Yes Theory.
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Our Secret Weapon For Long-Term Success
19:36Mentors can be a huge driving force in how we carry out our life’s path. From teachers to coaches, parents and even friends, having someone to look to for guidance can help to set you on the right path with clarity and confidence. On today’s episode we bring on one of Ammar’s mentors, Maha Abouelenein. Maha is a fellow podcast host and one of the most fearless networkers we have ever met. So stick around to learn a bit more about how we choose our mentors, what they mean to us, and why they are so invaluable to our success.
Are We Spiritual?
28:22Spirituality is a convoluted subject. With Ammar being raised as a Muslim and myself being raised mainly agnostic, we had two extremely different experiences growing up with religion. On today’s episode, we are also joined by Rotana Tarabzouni. Rotana was raised under Sharia law in Saudi Arabia and brings her own unique perspective to the table for this conversation. So join us today as we explore religion, faith and spirituality.
How to Travel like Yes Theory
24:33If you know Yes Theory, you know that we love to travel. On this episode we sit down with Lexie Alford. Lexie is the Guinness Book World Record holder for being the youngest person to travel to every country, and she has some amazing stories to share along with her journey. So join us to hear more about how getting out of your comfort zone can lead you to some of the most amazing experiences that life has to offer.
Are We What We Eat?
25:13In one of our recent Yes Theory videos, Ammar and I tried a week of the healthiest and unhealthiest diets. On this episode of the podcast, we sit down with two nutrition professionals and reflect on our biggest takeaways from this experience: How our diets affect our mental health.Want more Yes Theory? Yes. You know where to find them.Want more Headspace? Use code "YesTheory" for 30 days free.
How We Turned Our Greatest Weaknesses into Strengths
32:24Growing up with learning disabilities can massively alter the course of our lives. We can either let them bring us down, or we can use them as motivation. Recent studies have shown that 40% of billionaires are dyslexic. Is there a correlation between the two? Is there a way to change our outlook on our “weaknesses” to instead see them as our strengths? Today Ammar and Thomas talk to Cliff, the founder of Speechify, a company that aims to turn the written word to audio and in the process, helps those struggling with dyslexia. They discuss how Cliff overcame his own learning disabilities, how to turn your weakness into your greatest asset, and Ammar and Thomas's journey with dyslexia. Want more Yes Theory? Yes. You know where to find them.Want more Headspace? Use code "YesTheory" for 30 days free.
42:57You're about to hear the first episode of HiberNation, called Sleeping Together. What happens in a bed between two people? For some of us, the question can feel like a way to understand love. Special thanks to this episode’s guests, Michele Neff Hernandez and Dr. Wendy Troxel.You can listen to all episodes of HiberNation, out now.
A Global Identity Crisis
38:34As the world becomes more and more globalized and interconnected, many of us are moving abroad or are from families that did. Growing up while balancing several cultures can leave us with a confusing sense of self. So join us on this episode as we explore our identities and dive into this multicultural phenomenon.Want more Yes Theory? Yes. You know where to find them.Want more Headspace? Use code "YesTheory" for 30 days free.
Break Free From Your Old Ways
39:49Life is a constant ebb and flow. While some periods propel us forward, others can leave us feeling stuck or lost, especially after this past year with COVID. In this episode, Thomas and Ammar sit down to discuss this feeling of stagnation, reflecting upon their own experiences and coming to terms with their struggles from the past year and beyond.Want more Yes Theory? Yes. You know where to find them.Want more Headspace? Use code "YesTheory" for 30 days free.