On Episode One, Ashley explores personality development and self-investing with Benjamin Hardy. The two get serious about secret keeping and the truth behind willpower. Ben drops some sage advice on how to upgrade your results in any part of your life, so tune in and take notes!
Benjamin Hardy is the #1 writer on Medium! https://medium.com/@benjaminhardy
Find his newest book, "Willpower Doesn't Work: Discover the Hidden Keys to Success," here: https://www.benjaminhardy.com/books
Other resources Ben recommends on this week’s episode of You Turn:
“Power vs. Force” by David R. Hawkins M.D. Ph.D https://amzn.to/2qoyXl4
“Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender” by David R. Hawkins M.D. Ph.D https://amzn.to/2GSp4mH
“So Good They Can’t Ignore You” by Cal Newport https://amzn.to/2qkrcg7
“The Power of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary Impact” by Chip & Dan He&th https://amzn.to/2HpJm8i
“The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do” by Jeff Goins https://amzn.to/2Hgcm4Z
Tune in this week to hear former CEO of Walmart.com Carter Cast discuss ways we alienate ourselves & never find success through lack interpersonal skills. Find work that fully absorbs you and you’re going to do well at it, period. Find space for that passion work by connection to saying “no.”
You can find Carter Cast’s book, “The Right and Wrong Stuff,” on his website: http://cartercast.com/book
Take Carter’s derailment assessment here: http://cartercast.com/derailment/
Other resources Carter recommends on this week’s episode of You Turn:
“What Motivates Me: put Your Passions to Work” by Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton https://amzn.to/2qkyelR
“The Power of a Positive No” by William Ury https://amzn.to/2H5MUyX
“Getting Things Done” by David Allen https://amzn.to/2qkK6Dp
“So Good They Can’t Ignore You” by Cal Newport https://amzn.to/2qkrcg7
If you’re searching for a partner or a lasting relationship, Annie Lalla will inspire you to dig into your unconscious and explore what you’re afraid of giving up. Annie is determined to help skeptics believe in love, and in this episode, she provides a list of items for you to contemplate if you feel like a skeptic or “forever alone” yourself. Ashley and Annie discuss the ways to build oneself into a Mrs. or Mr. Right—and it doesn’t happen overnight.
Find free resources and a “Love Test” to take for relationship clarity on AnnieLalla.com.
“Conscious Loving: The Journey to Co-Commitment” by Gay and Kathlyn Hendricks https://amzn.to/2jff7Wf
“Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples” by Harville Hendrix https://amzn.to/2KmXEYC
“A Woman’s Worth” by Marianne Williamson https://amzn.to/2Fppfog
This week’s episode of the “You Turn Podcast w/ Ashley Stahl” will motivate you to look inward and “come back home” to your most authentic self. Kylie and Ashley discuss navigating the different stages of romantic relationships while still honoring one’s true self, and not losing self-care habits or grounding routines along the way. Kylie prompts Ash to go deep with some thought-provoking questions about core values and relationships—tune in and answer the questions for yourself, too! As always, stick around for Ashley’s post-episode thoughts! You can find Kylie on Instagram at: @beingisbeauitful Kylie’s website: kyliemcbeath.com Kylie’s Wellness Platform and Program: zurahealth.com “Transformation Through Intimacy: The Journey Toward Mature Monogamy” by Robert Augustus Masters https://amzn.to/2L2RA6U
Often times we associate the word “work” with what we don’t want to do, but Dan Cable explores the other approach: getting a buzz from it. It’s less about the job, and more about the way you use that job. Tune in to this deeply insightful conversation on how to connect and explore the work you’re already doing. Which tasks at work light you up? And how can you add more of them to your daily professional routine to add purpose and effect? Don’t forget to stick around for Ashley’s post-episode thoughts on Dan Cable, job-crafting and finding your light at work! You can find Dan Cable on Twitter for more ideas, articles and TED Talks about work and purpose at @DanCable. Check out Dan's website here: Dan-Cable.com
This week's episode of "You Turn Podcast w/ Ashley Stahl" will encourage you to focus on feelings that we often avoid, so prepare to go deep! Mark Groves’s own journey in life and love proves that heart break offers the opportunity to let go of that which prevented us from being who we truly are. Mark and Ashley discuss the importance of looking within ourselves to instigate transformation and reach our full potential. Don't forget to tune in for Ashley’s post-episode thoughts! Find Mark Groves at www.MarkGroves.tv and on Instagram: @MarkGrovesTV.
You can find Mark Groves at Markgroves.tv and on Instagram: @markgrovestv
The Wheel of Life - Life Coaching Tool http://bit.ly/2jhfQqc
Drs. John and Julie Gotten https://www.gottman.com
“Blink” by Malcolm Gladwell https://amzn.to/2I0uZdj
“Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life” by Marshall B. Rosenberg https://amzn.to/2KoQaV1
Imago Dialogue http://imagoworks.com/the-imago-dialogue
“Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor E. Frankl https://amzn.to/2KnfvOZ
Harvard’s Adult Development Study http://www.adultdevelopmentstudy.org
“The All-or-Nothing Marriage: How the Best Marriages Work” by Eli J Finkel https://amzn.to/2HVC5jp
TED Talk: “The Brain In Love” - Helen Fisher http://bit.ly/2FrhNci
TED Talk: “Your Body Language May Shape Who You Are” - Amy Cuddy http://bit.ly/2r7h0ZC
On this week’s episode of the “You Turn” podcast, Vanessa Horn talks to Ashley about how to simultaneously make the most money and find the most fulfillment in life, which she coins the "zone of genius." Tune in to get advice on discovering your own path to purposeful living, and why it’s important to honor your heart along the way. What makes you come alive? What makes you feel good? What are your natural skillsets? Answering these questions will lead you to that zone of genius. And of course, stick around for some post-episode thoughts from Ashley!
You can find Vanessa Horn and her books, “I’ll Have What She’s Having!” & “How To Succeed In Network Marketing Without Burning Out, Selling Out, Or Losing Out” on
Join Vanessa’s free, private group for Entrepreneurs here:
Kolbe A Index Test: http://bit.ly/2sY4LyI
Believe it or not, your career is a lot like a nightclub. There's the front door, where the lines are long and everyone is waiting to get in... There's the back door, where the VIPS go and the line's less intense, and then... There's the THIRD DOOR: the one where the resourceful and creative people go, with minimal lines. Bestselling Author Alex Banayan, author of The Third Door, shares his journey on an unprecedented adventure—from hacking Warren Buffett’s shareholders meeting to chasing Larry King through a grocery store to celebrating in a nightclub with Lady Gaga—as Alex Banayan travels from icon to icon, decoding their success. When Things Fall Apart By Pema Chodron JK Rowling Books The Third Door By Alex Banayan
This week’s episode of the “You Turn” podcast involves that omnipresent fear we all have — are we worthy of love? In this episode, Laurie Davis Edwards talks about how to upgrade your worthiness in love, and how to tackle fear in relationships. What is it about the way we talk to ourselves that makes us compromise on what’s most important to us when it comes to love? Davis breaks down the four core relationship fears (worthiness, abandonment, commitment, and trust) in order to dive into how to change our fears and ideas of worthiness when it comes to love. Don’t forget to stick around for Ashley’s post-episode thoughts! You can find Laurie Davis Edwards on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/Ldavisedwards Find her blog posts and more on her website: https://www.theworthyone.com
Do you ever find yourself avoiding the truth? We’re conditioned to tell ourselves lies, according to this week’s guest. In this episode of the “You Turn” podcast, author and visionary Kute Blackson talks about how we can overcome our conditioning in order to tap in to our truth. Tune in to learn how to stop playing the “game of confusion.” Ashley and Kute discuss all of the ways to start feeling and accepting the truth, from becoming aware of your own patterns and accepting responsibility to slowing down and creating some space in life. Kute also discusses following your impulses, chasing your dreams, and “feeling your death.” Life will reveal itself to you… What do you have to lose? As always, don’t forget to stick around for Ashley’s post-episode thoughts!
You Are The One, Kute Blackson
You can find Kute on Twitter at @kuteblackson
Explore Kute’s vlogs and inspirational videos on his Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtD6zAv6aPq7OQtB5kLAghg
This week’s episode of the You Turn podcast features Jay Abraham — author, mentor, and the godfather of marketing. Jay is one of the world’s most influential executives and coaches, and talks to Ashley about a multitude of incredibly helpful things, including developing the “you attitude.” Tune in to learn how to better market yourself, stand up for what you’re worth, and discover what greatness looks like in your life. Jay has limitless personal anecdotes about to discover your value and worth as an employee and person, and how to reach the level of success you desire. Don’t forget to stay tuned for Ashley’s post-episode thoughts!
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen R. Covey
Check out Jay Abraham’s website: www.abraham.com
“Once you wake up, you can’t go back to sleep.”
We all want to be in happy, healthy, satisfying relationships… so how do we get there? On this week’s episode of the You Turn Podcast, dating and relationship expert/author Evan Marc Katz divulges the secrets to finding your best relationship and being blissfully happy. He and Ashley dive in to the differences between men and women, the universality of online dating, the importance of communication, and more! Be more intentional when it comes to your relationships, learn how to take action (whether you’re single or taken), and really tap in to your heart. Don’t forget to stay tuned for Ashley’s post-episode thoughts!
I Can’t Believe I’m Buying This Book, Evan Marc Katz
Why You’re Still Single, Evan Marc Katz
A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose, Eckhart Tolle
Find all of Evan Marc Katz’s resources, including his blog, on his website, evanmarckatz.com
Did you know your eating and exercise habits can actually affect your work? That’s what Max Lugareve and Ashley talk about on this week’s episode. Health and science expert and New York Times best selling author Max Lugavere is here to help you decipher how you can change your life by changing your foods and habits! On this episode of the You Turn podcast, he and Ashley discuss everything from the dangers of commercial salad dressing to the importance of movement, sleep, and getting off your devices. If you want to learn how to do better in your job, reshape your focus, or even find out the best foods to eat before a job interview, tune in to hear Max talk about it all. As always, stay tuned for Ashley’s post episode thoughts!
Take a peek at Max’s documentary, Bread Head, here: breadheadmovie.com
Check out The Genius Life podcast here: www.maxlugavere.com/podcast-1/
Do you ever notice that certain people communicate in a way that gets them better results—raises at work, relationships, or new friends? You can learn how to do that! Jennifer Russell, executive coach, is here to talk about the importance of your ability to hold charisma and inspire people, and how claim your power. We all lead with different energy when we communicate, but she has discovered four faces of powerful communication that everyone has the ability to possess. On this week’s episode of the You Turn podcast, Jennifer talks to Ashley about these four approaches of power, and how you can step in to them no matter what your values or strengths are. Walk away from the episode knowing exactly which one you are, and how to tap into every single one in order to embrace more inspired communication and boost your ability to fascinate anyone. As always, don’t forget to stick around for Ashley’s post episode thoughts!
Check out Jennifer’s website: www.jennifersrussell.com
For access to a FREE power profile, visit www.jennifersrussell.com/powerprofile
For more resources: https://evolvinglove.us/
We’ve all been there, stuck in our emotions, wallowing on the couch with a tub of ice cream. Maybe your self-critic is rearing its head, or your anxiety and self-doubt have taken up residence. Whatever the negative emotions may be, it’s all too easy to get lost and sucked in to them. That’s what leadership coach Alyssa Nobriga is here for! On this episode of the You Turn podcast, Alyssa discusses how to get clarity on who you are, what you want, and how to be in the world as a centered and intentional being. She and Ashley discuss the importance of defining success for yourself, being conscious of moving toward your goals, and transforming your negative emotions and doubts into values and intentions. From nightly journaling to realigning your life to center around your core values, Alyssa is here to let you in on all the secrets, so you can finally step in to who you truly are. Don’t forget to stay tuned for Ashley’s post episode thoughts!
You can find Alyssa on her website: www.alyssanobriga.com
Check out Alyssa's Twitter: @AwakeInSpirit
Have you ever wondered what the difference is between an entrepreneur and an employee mindset? How do entrepreneurs find success, and what on earth is going on in their brains? Serial entrepreneur and author Anik Singal joins Ashley on this week’s episode of the You Turn podcast to help decode the mind of an entrepreneur, and help you find success! Anik went from near bankruptcy (and almost dying) to being one of the most successful entrepreneurs. He dives deep into the necessity of feeling your emotions (hint: he learned this from the TV show Lost), living in your true purpose, and the power of mentorship. Don’t forget to stick around for Ashley’s post episode thoughts!
Get a free copy of Anik’s book here: escapebook.com
Find Anik on Facebook and Instagram @singalanik
For more on Anik’s business, visit lurn.com
The moment you realize that you have the all-knowing, infinite wisdom of the entire universe within yourself is the moment you truly begin awakening into yourself. On this episode of the You Turn podcast, Dr. Erin Haskell, doctor of divinity, bestselling author, and transformational speaker, joined Ashley to talk about the four steps to awaken into your highest self, and how to grow and gain confidence in your life. From seizing your integrity to healing through truth, Erin guides you through learning your power and really tuning in to your true, positive, enlightened self.
Awakening: A 40-Day Guide to Unleashing Your Spiritual Powers, Life's Purpose and Manifesting Your Dreams!, Erin Haskell
Find Erin on her website: https://drerin.tv/
Check out Erin’s podcast, Dr. Erin, here.
Do you ever grapple with the sense of being purposeless when it comes to your career? It’s the biggest challenge people face at work, and it comes from not knowing how to truly find your spark. On this episode of the You Turn podcast, author and founder of The Good Life Jonathan Fields teaches you how to find that spark, and how to discover your purpose and what drives you. There is a pretty small set of fundamental drivers that are universal to most people, and they can be found by looking deeper, asking bigger questions, and getting more connected to yourself through awareness. Jonathan and Ashley dive deep into this awareness, and how to regain it. As always, don’t forget to stay tuned for Ashley’s post episode thoughts!
Uncertainty: Turning Fear and Doubt Into Fuel for Brilliance, Jonathan Fields
Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Find Steven on his website: goodlifeproject.com
Have you ever had the thought, why does love feel so hard? Whether you’re single and can’t seem to find the right person, or in a relationship and struggling with why things don’t feel as easy as they should, you’re not alone. Relationship and dating coach Jane Garapick joins Ashley on this episode of the You Turn Podcast to discuss why finding and keeping love can feel so hard, and how to break through those boundaries. Jane dives into the three steps to really learning the deep truths about yourself and what you look for in a partner, so you can truly find the person perfectly suited to you and your happiness. And don’t forget to stay tuned for Ashley’s post episode thoughts!
Check out Jane’s website, gettingtotruelove.com
You can also find more information on her program, Beautiful Confident Radiant You, here.
Do you ever wonder how you can achieve every single one of your goals? How you can generate your ultimate success, and reach the greatest heights possible? Look to further than this episode of the You Turn podcast, featuring life coach and entrepreneur Angie Lee. From the power of social media to being as optimistic as possible, Angie completely opens up about her path toward entrepreneurship (something she’d been drawn to since she was five) and how she generates her success. The key? You are in more control than you think, and you manifest what you believe. Angie and Ashley discuss how to become what you want to attract, how to create happiness and fulfillment through thought, and how to find “comfort in the question mark.” And as always, stick around for Ashley’s post episode thoughts!
Find Angie on her Facebook page here.
Check out Angie on Instagram @angieleeshow
Find more resources and information at angielee.com
Do you ever find yourself eating something you know will make you feel sick, or eating simply because you’re bored or upset? Emotional eating is real, it affects everyone, and it can be hard to get to the bottom of the issue. Luckily, this week Sam Skelly, CEO of Hungry for Happiness, is here to help. Sam is determined to help people to stop using food as a drug, and to start reconnecting to their bodies and souls. Overcoming emotional eating won’t happen overnight, but Sam and Ashley dive into the four steps necessary for acknowledging this behavior and getting clarity on how to stop it. From gaining self-trust to healing your body, you will learn how to really tune into yourself on this episode of the You Turn podcast. And don’t forget to stay tuned for Ashley’s post episode thoughts!
Follow Sam on Instagram @samanthaskelly
For more information and insights, check out Sam’s website here.
“Your greatest happiness lies on the other side of your greatest fear.” Everyone wants to know how to build effective relationships, especially those that will enhance and improve their careers. On this week’s episode of the You Turn podcast, personal branding expert Selena Soo goes deep into how to build relationships with people that can actually help you in business. She and Ashley discuss the common blocks to cultivating these helpful relationships, and the five ways to meet and connect with the right people for your career. As always, stick around for Ashley’s post episode thoughts.
You can find Selena on her website, selenasoo.com
Everyone wants to know how to achieve the results we want in all aspects of life, be it work, relationships, or personal growth, but not everyone knows how to get there. Thankfully, this week’s episode of the You Turn podcast features the inspiring Stephanie Kwong, life coach and hypnotherapist. Stephanie joins Ashley to talk about how to reprogram your mind, learn to love yourself, and achieve whatever results you desire. Stephanie goes deep into the ways in which your subconscious generates your beliefs, and the five steps you can take to rewire your brain and truly become your own hypnotist.
You can find Stephanie on Instagram @iamstephaniekwong
Check out Stephanie’s podcast, Rise Higher, here.
For even more amazing insights, check out Stephanie’s website here.
Have you ever asked yourself: Am I ready for a relationship? How will I know? Everyone’s been there, but the answers aren’t always so clear. On this episode of the You Turn podcast, relationship and intimacy expert Marla Mattenson is here to talk about just how to know when you’re ready to take that leap. She and Ashley discuss the seven signs that you’re ready for a relationship, how to pick the right partner, and how to trust your intuition to guide you. From discussing how to live an unapologetic life to always being your most authentic self, Marla drops some serious wisdom. Don’t forget to stay tuned for Ashley’s post episode thoughts!
Check out Marla’s website here.
You can find Marla on Facebook here.
You can find Marla on Instagram @theintimacyexperts
Did you know by 2027, 16% of all jobs, in all professions, at all levels, could be replaced by robotics and artificial intelligence? On this week’s episode of the You Turn podcast, prolific author Martin Yate is here to discuss how to get out ahead of the robot takeover and gain job security and happiness in a world overrun by technology. Martin and Ashley discuss the numerous ways in which you can find success under any circumstances. From recognizing that success is a marathon and not a sprint, to the importance of embracing failure, Martin drops some serious, and hilarious, wisdom. As always, don’t forget to tune in to Ashley’s post episode thoughts!
You can find Martin at his website, knockemdead.com
This week’s episode dives deep into discovering what makes us who we are. Ashley and American film director, film maker, and poet Stephen Gyllenhaal explore the energy that defines us, from our connections we make every day with others, to our time in the womb, and even experiences marked on our genetics from previous generations. Find out how you can start to clearly understand who you are and what you want out of life. Check out Stephen’s workshops and The Institute for Identity Development here. Book Mentioned: “Family Secrets” by John Bradshaw
This week, Ashley explores the concept of leadership with Drew Dudley, voted one of the 50 Most Inspirational TED Talkers of our time. Drew destroys the flawed definition of leadership that we have been taught, insisting that we step away from evaluating our accomplishments over blocks of time, and instead narrow down leadership through the lens of our daily existence. Once we can reframe what moments of leadership are, then we can recognize that there is no such thing as a “little” impact, and we can truly understand the importance of self-respect, keeping obligations to ourselves, and recognizing our insights, experience, and knowledge as it relates to our happiness. At the end of the interview, Drew shares a clear set of questions you can ask yourself each day, so that when the future arrives, you will be the type of person you want to be.
Check out Drew’s website: www.drewdudley.com
Book Mentioned: “Turning Pro” by Steven Pressfield
On this week’s episode, Ashley and award-winning entrepreneur, TEDx speaker, author, and former rapper, Jason Goldberg, tackle the complex balance of having fun while achieving your dreams. In this fun and deep-diving interview, Ashley and Jason discuss how to be high-performing and highly productive without accruing stress and anxiety, how to take the seriousness out of being successful, and how to change your perspective from good vs bad to less effective vs more effective. You will learn how to use the thoughts that are serving you and challenge the thoughts that hinder your progress by taking radical personal responsibility, and ultimately be able to answer the question: how do I intend to use my life today?
Get ready for a master class on negotiation. On this week's episode, Ashley and former lead international kidnapping investigator for the FBI, author of Never Split the Difference, and CEO of the Black Swan Group, Christopher Voss, discuss what it takes to be an incredible negotiator in your everyday life. Chris discusses various tactics that can help you when negotiating situations in your life such as pay raises, promotions, and even prenuptial agreements. These skills include giving the other party the illusion of power, letting the other side speak first, developing openness, and the importance of truly understanding what it means to be empathetic.
Subscribe to Chris's company newsletter, The Edge: Text FBIempathy to 22828
Chris’s Book: Never Split the Difference
Book Mentioned: The Culture Code - Daniel Coyle
Book Mentioned: Beyond Winning - Robert H. Mnookin
Book Mentioned: Way of the Wolf – Jordan Belfort
This week is all about relationships. Ashley speaks with love and relationship educator, Kelsey Grant, about how you can develop a safer relationship with yourself, and how your relationship with yourself directly correlates to your relationships with others. Kelsey emphasizes the importance of breath and resetting your system, and throughout the episode, she will discuss some methods to help you expand your language around emotion, cover both your physical and emotional needs, and determine your wants versus your needs.
Book mentioned: The Language of Emotion - Klara McLaren
Follow Kelsey on Instagram: @radicalselflove
This week, Ash interviews best-selling author and creator of Fit Rise, Danette May, about how to rise up from your rock bottom and view your trying times as gifts and opportunities. Danette and Ashley discuss various tactics to help you turn your mess into your message, including finding someone or something uplifting to listen to, introducing affirmations to your daily routine, and flipping the script on the story you’re telling yourself right now. Danette will share her personal story, the concept of soul writing, and how you can own where you are and help change your mentality and, ultimately, your reality.
Danette’s recipes: www.getcacao.com
Danette’s website: www.danettemay.com
Ashley talks with financial expert and founder of The Daily Worth, Amanda Steinberg about how to determine who you really are compared to the “you” societal norms determine you should be. Throughout the episode, Amanda gives some tips on how to break out of our culture’s collective narrative, how to design life on your terms, and how to let go of perceived "truths". Ashley and Amanda will dive deep and tell you how to find the courage to start breaking through the life formula you’re following, how to question your happiness with your current plan, and how to set your goals. Through her various tips and stories, you’ll learn how to create the life that you want, even if it’s abnormal!
Amanda's Book: Worth It
Book Mentioned: Loving What Is - Byron Katie
Find Amanda on social media: @amandasteinberg
This week, Ash interviews co-founder Mind Valley and Ever Coach and author Ajit Nawalkha, about the magnification of social comparisons and how it affects the way we feel about our own lives. Ajit will discuss ways which we can rewire our brain, how we can get more connected to what our values are, and how life is less like a journey and more like a dance. Ash and Ajit will reimagine our notions surrounding goal setting and values, explain how we can get into a state of flow, give insight into how we can train our subconscious mind, and encourage us to be creators.
Ajit’s website: www. livebigthebook.com
Book Mentioned: The Book - Alan Watts
This week, Ash interviews best-selling author, speaker, and expert dating coach, Mat Boggs, about how to create, find, and keep attraction. Mat dives into the attractive mindset and explains that certain traits that might be getting you ahead in business and your career might be sabotaging your relationships. Through a series of touching stories, Mat shows us that in order to treat others with love, you must first love yourself, allow yourself to feel vulnerable, be your own best friend, and practice self-assertiveness.
Book: Cracking the Man Code
Book Mentioned: Project Everlasting
This week, Ash interviews founder of Ziva meditation, Emily Fletcher about the impacts of meditation, how it can improve your performance, and the science behind it all. Emily will discuss the difference between meditation and mindfulness, the real-life benefits of true meditation, and why stress makes you stupid, sick, and slow.
Emily's Book: Stress Less, Accomplish More
This week, Ash interviews inspirational speaker, writer, and filmmaker, Philip McKernan, to find out how you can move through the roadblocks that many entrepreneurs face and find clarity on your career path. Through a series of stories, Philip will help you explore the possibilities of who you are and what you could be, exemplify the importance of courage and being honest with yourself, and explain why we should trust our intuition. Philip wants us to find a relationship with ourselves again and remember that we only give ourselves what we feel we deserve.