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Scratch Your Own Itch | With Logan Tyler Nelson

Scratch Your Own Itch


The creator and host Logan Tyler Nelson brings on guests that are have gone through serious Trauma.

The guests range from Artists, Entrepreneurs, Teachers, Authors, and occasionally Doctors.

The truth is we create our own world. We are responsible for our attitude. That’s the reason you have the reality or the life you are living right now.

If your life stinks you had something to do with it and the opposite is true. If your life is good you had something to do with it.

The important news — you can change your life and change your way of seeing the world at any moment. You can make new choices, different choices, better choices at any time to improve your life in many positive and good ways.

Every episode of Scratch your own itch will not only make you feel a lot less alone in your own traumas but give you a question that you NEED to answer for yourself in order to truly Create A Life Worth Living.

Oct 27, 2017

Show notes


This week I had the opportunity to share Akshay Nanavatis story of overcoming drug addiction, alcoholism, PTSD from fighting the war in Iraq and recovering from the brink of suicide.


Akshay Nanavati has since explored the most hostile environments on the planet and built a business helping people live limitless lifestyles.


We talk about his life experience with years of research in science and spirituality, he wrote a book called “Fearvana: The Revolutionary Science of How to Turn Fear Into Health, Wealth and Happiness.”


The happiest man in the world, The Dalai Lama himself said “Fearvana inspires us to look beyond our own agonizing experiences and find the positive side of our lives.”  


In This Interview, Akshay Nanavati and I Discuss...    


How he structured his day loosely enough and doesn’t become TOO structured.


His book, Fearvana: The revolutionary science of how to turn fear into health, wealth, and happiness


We don't control what first shows up in our brain.


How if you feel fear and stress is not your always your fault.


The ability to develop a positive relationship to suffering Committing yourself to the worthy struggle Reducing life to the simplest next step Dealing with fear - it's ok to be scared Bringing the rational mind into fearful situations


The challenge response Fear is a gift if you believe it to be The growth mindset vs The fixed mindset If you want to be great you have to believe that you are.


And so much more.


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At the time of this post you can receive the book FOR FREE all you have to pay is shipping


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