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Join author and host Michael Moody as he explores what it means to live the life you want with people who do just that….whether they are filmmakers, writers, industry icons, or otherwise in the “The Elements of Being” podcast.

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#6 - Michael's List of Intents for 2020 (and How He’ll Achieve Each)
<p class="">Welcome to “The Elements of Being” podcast, where I dissect and explore the minds and habits of filmmakers, writers, and industry icons. Essentially, we learn what makes them flip the switch to achieve great feats, goals, and milestones and a chance to geek out over the psychology behind human behavior.<br><br></p><p class="">Today, we explore the elements of being….me. There is only one chair in this episode and Ill breakdown my 18 intents or resolutions for 2020. It is the list of lists to direct my behaviors and thoughts at the beginning of the new decade. I'll share my philosophical roots and give you a sneak preview into my day-to-day life. In many ways, this is a brief introduction to me and it most likely frames every interview you hear here now and beyond on this podcast.</p><p class="">So who am I? I’ve been a personal trainer and author who has personally helped personal training clients collectively lose over 3,000 lbs and transform their day-to-day approach since 2005! My first book Redefine Yourself: The Simple Guide to Happiness was my first effort into the writing world and I will begin a second book-a treatise on rewriting the systems/processes of your life as well as effectively integrating a "non-negotiable" mindset into goal strategy. Recently I’ve been named on Modern Luxury's "It List", as well as served as the fitness expert on the Biggest Loser/MSN Chicago tour and The Whitney Reynolds Show on PBS. I have also over 18,000 hours of one-on-one personal training experience (and really don’t know where that time has gone).</p><p class="">What else do you need to know about me? I’m intrigued with the mindset behind human behavior just as much as how people achieve what they do. I’m obsessed with efficiency but have spent the last decade bringing more awareness to my life while harnessing my never-ending energy and truly relaxing.</p><p class="">In the review of my intents today, you’ll get a sneak peek into my efficiency/analytical mindset as I share my master list and breakdown how to achieve it. This episode is truly meant for the individual looking to transform his or her life with a focus on the minutiae of the day to day life. I include my intents to trust my instinct more, increase the amount of sleeping, reading, and writing, change my environment to influence my productivity and joy, optimize my social, physical, and emotional well-being, and a few other nuggets. So, with that being said, let’s jump in!</p>
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#5 - Mindfully Approaching Weight Loss with Dr. Robyn Pashby
<p class="">Hello! This is Michael Moody and you are listening to “The Elements of Being” podcast, where I dissect and explore the minds and habits of filmmakers, writers, and industry icons. Essentially, we learn what makes them flip the switch to achieve great feats, goals, and milestones and a chance to geek out over the psychology behind human behavior.</p><p class=""></p><p class=""></p><p class=""></p><p class="">Today, you’ll hear my conversation with Dr. Robyn Pashby, a clinical health psychologist in Washington DC and Maryland, who specializes in the cognitive, behavioral and emotional aspects of health behavior change. She is experienced in the use of two evidence-based interventions for eating and weight concerns including Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral. Her clinical specialization is in the psychological treatment of obesity and binge eating disorder.</p><p class=""></p><p class=""></p><p class=""></p><p class="">So why do you need to know Dr. Pashby? She is the co-creator and leader of an online weight management coaching program called Health Gains and has authored or co-authored numerous publications including peer-reviewed scientific articles, book chapters, and blog posts. Dr. Pashby is currently serving as the Vice President of Professional Affairs on the DC Psychological Association Board and was also the Assistant Director and senior psychologist for the National Center for Weight and Wellness (NCWW) located in Washington DC for 7 years.</p><p class=""></p><p class=""></p><p class=""></p><p class="">Dr. Pashby is truly an all-star in the field of psychology and I’m honored that she allowed me to pick her mind. No matter if you’re pursuing a specific weight management goal or another health-related intent, she provided incredible insight on our own psyche and what we need to do for change. We cover:</p><p class=""></p><p class="">Managing relapses, identifying your automatic thoughts, examining self-destructive tendencies, being honest about your own biases and judgments, changing your relationships with people, and much, much more. This interview was an incredible treat that dove straight into the meat of psychology. So with that being said, let’s jump in! </p>
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#4 - Changing the Future of our Neighborhoods with Jahmal Cole
<p class="">Hello! This is Michael Moody and you are listening to “The Elements of Being” podcast, where I explore what it means to live the life you want with people who do just that….whether they are filmmakers, writers, industry icons, or otherwise.</p><p class="">Today, you’ll hear an inspiring conversation with a champion of social justice, Jahmal Cole. His mission is to build a more interconnected Chicago on the pillars of service and education...and this was without a doubt reflected in our time together.<br><br>As the founder and CEO of the city’s fastest-growing social impact organization, “My Block. My Hood. My City.”, Jahmal is the creator of an exposure-based education program for teens and a network of volunteer initiatives that serve Chicago communities year-round. Traveling, youth mentorship and community organizing are the subjects of Jahmal’s highly acclaimed books and speeches. He has spoken to audiences ranging from high school students to the Mayor of Chicago.<br><br>Jahmal is most recently the recipient of the 2019 Champion of Freedom Award from Mayor Rahm Emanuel, the 2018 Chicago Defender Men of Excellence Honoree, and the 2018 Chicago City Council Resolution Award. In 2018, he was also named one of the “20 Most Inspiring Chicagoans” by Streetwise Magazine and a Chicagoan of the Year by Chicago Magazine.<br><br>In this episode, we examine how to stir community spirit starting with small gestures, look for inspiration from Uber bumper stickers of all places, establish intent, remove yourself from the destructive traps of justification, and take responsibility for your conditions and environment. With that being said, let’s jump in!</p>
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#3 - Redefining Life After Loss with Jason Rosenthal
<p class="">Hello! This is Michael Moody and you are listening to “The Elements of Being” podcast, where I explore what it means to live the life you want with people who do just that….whether they are filmmakers, writers, industry icons, or otherwise.</p><p class="">Jason B. Rosenthal is an author, Foundation Board Chair, public speaker and lawyer. He is also the subject of an article written by his wife, critically acclaimed author Amy Krouse Rosenthal, called “You May Want to Marry My Husband” which went viral and was read by millions of readers worldwide. Amy died of ovarian cancer just 10 days after it appeared in the Modern Love column of the New York Times.</p><p class="">Since then, Jason reevaluated his life’s work and now speaks publicly and writes about issues related to grief, loss, and resilience. Besides giving a Ted Talk that has garnered 1.8 million views, he wrote the children’s book “Dear Boy” with his daughter Paris. It debuted on the New York Times Bestseller list at #1. Jason’s recent project is a forthcoming memoir that will be published on March 17, 2020.</p><p class="">In this episode, we uncovered the emotional and mental challenges Jason faced over the last 4 years. We also dissected what it takes to write a children’s book, how to prepare for a Ted Talk, how a loss can lead you to a transformative path, how Jason practices mindfulness and meditation, and much, much, more. With that being said, let’s jump in! </p>
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#2 - Brewing a New Life with John Brand
<p class="">Hello! This is Michael Moody and you are listening to “The Elements of Being” podcast, where I explore what it means to live the life you want with people who do just that….whether they are filmmakers, writers, industry icons, or otherwise.</p><p class="">Today I explore how John Brand, a finance guru, left a demanding career in the corporate world after 15 years and started the quickly expanding Open Outcry Brewery in Chicago. Despite his physical and emotional investment, he pivoted his career in ways people only dream of. In this episode you'll hear about what led to this transition and how John strategically approached it. You'll also get an inside look into how John uses fear of failure to motivate himself, how he methodically approaches life and work, how he defines the business recipe for success and how you can pursue the life you want to. With that being said, let’s jump in!</p>
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#1 - Seeing Brave with Producer Dana Michelle Cook
<p class="">Hello! This is Michael Moody and you are listening to “The Elements of Being” podcast, where I explore what it means to live the life you want with people who do just that….whether they are filmmakers, writers, industry icons, or otherwise.<br><br>Today, you’ll hear about one woman’s experience searching for her path and how it led to award-winning documentaries. Documentary filmmaker Dana Michelle Cook made a career shift when she realized reality TV wasn’t aligned with her authentic self and purpose. Her first documentary “Girls on the Run” won her an Emmy and her second documentary “The Empowerment Project” found worldwide acclaim as she showcased the careers of ordinary women across the U.S. Dana’s latest effort, “Seeing Brave” takes viewers into the lives of three women who have taken initiative to have an impact and make a change in the lives of others. Most important it reflects her connection to female empowerment and telling the stories of amazing women from around the world.<br><br>In this episode, Dana and I also explore the narrative of women told on television, our own blind spots in the creative process, the nuances of the writing process, the challenges of sitting with your thoughts, and the morning and evening routines of a filmmaker. With that being said, let’s jump in!</p>
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