• Short & Special Episode: Education Revolution for Chronic Illness

    Struggling with chronic illness and want to pursue higher education? This week's bite-sized episode tackles the challenges of online learning for those with chronic conditions.

    We explore the limitations of traditional online programs and discuss a potential solution:

    • Hybrid model: Core courses delivered through MOOC platforms (Coursera, edX)
    • Local cohorts: Build community and collaboration through in-person meetups at co-working spaces.

    This is just the beginning! We want to hear your thoughts. What can we do to make education more accessible for people with chronic illness?

    Leave a comment and let's start a conversation!

    #chronicillness #education #highereducation #accessibility #onlinelearning

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    S4E28 - 8m - Mar 26, 2024
  • How To start your Public Speaking career

    Unleash your inner speaker from the comfort of your own home! In this episode of Revolution From Your Bed with Roi Shternin, Roi dives deep into his experiences as a public speaker, sharing invaluable lessons learned that will transform you into a confident and captivating speaker. Whether you're facing a small audience or a packed auditorium, Roi's insights will equip you with the tools and techniques to captivate your listeners, conquer your fear, and deliver impactful presentations that will leave a lasting impression. Tune in and discover:

    • ** Powerful stage presence secrets** to radiate confidence and command attention.
    • Content creation strategies to craft presentations that resonate with your audience.
    • Overcoming public speaking jitters with practical techniques to manage performance anxiety.
    • Tips for effective storytelling to weave captivating narratives that connect with your listeners.
    • Bonus: Behind-the-scenes secrets and untold stories from Roi's public speaking journey.

    This episode is a must-listen for anyone who wants to elevate their public speaking skills and become a more impactful communicator. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn from a master himself!

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    S4E4 - 26m - Mar 22, 2024
  • Moving to another country in your 20' with Chen Shternin

    Welcome to a very special episode of the "Revolution From Your Bed Podcast," where I have the pleasure of bringing on a guest who's not only incredibly dear to my heart but also a true embodiment of taking the road less traveled. Joining us today is none other than my own sister, Chen, who has carved out a unique and inspiring path in her life.

    Chen took the unconventional route early on. She followed her passion for culinary arts and attended pastry school, where she honed her skills and indulged in the sweeter side of life. Not content with just creating delectable desserts, she took her drive to the next level by being instrumental in starting a student-led startup. This experience wasn't just about entrepreneurship; it was about leadership, innovation, and the power of collaborative vision.

    But Chen's journey didn't stop there. At the young age of 25, she made the bold decision to move to Vienna, embracing the expat life with all its challenges and charms. Vienna wasn't just a new city for her; it was a gateway to new cultures, experiences, and perspectives that have enriched her life in countless ways.

    In this conversation, we'll delve into the essence of fighting for the strength to do what you really want in life. We'll talk about the hurdles and the triumphs, the moments of doubt, and the peaks of clarity.

    We'll also touch on the complexities of dating in today's world, especially from the lens of someone living abroad, and how these experiences shape our understanding of love and connection.

    Chen will share her insights on fulfilling dreams and the relentless pursuit of what brings joy and meaning to one's life. We'll discuss the importance of staying true to oneself and the courage it takes to chase after what you believe in, even when it defies conventional expectations.

    And finally, we'll reflect on what's truly important in life. Through stories, laughter, and perhaps a few tears, we'll explore the values that anchor us, the relationships that sustain us, and the dreams that propel us forward.

    So, whether you're looking for inspiration to take your own unconventional path, curious about the expat life, or simply in need of a heart-to-heart about life's big questions, this episode promises to be a candid and moving conversation with someone who's living it all firsthand.

    Join us for this intimate and engaging chat with my sister Chen, right here on the "Revolution From Your Bed Podcast."

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    S4E3 - 1h 19m - Mar 15, 2024
  • Feeling Stuck & Burned Out? Elyse Robi Shares Goal-Crushing Productivity Tips!

    Do you ever feel like you're just going through the motions? Stuck in a rut and overwhelmed by your workload? In this episode, we're joined by performance and productivity coach Elyse Robi to discuss strategies for breaking free from burnout and achieving your goals.

    Elyse uses a candid and honest approach to help clients identify their limiting beliefs and develop a plan for success. We'll delve into topics like:

    • How to overcome self-doubt and limiting beliefs
    • Effective communication strategies
    • Setting SMART goals and creating new habits
    • Boosting your productivity
    • Implementing systems and structures to streamline your life
    • The power of accountability

    If you're ready to stop feeling stuck and start achieving more, then this episode is for you!

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    S4E2 - 58m - Mar 11, 2024
  • (Corrected File) Take Charge of Your Life: Become the Wizard of Your Own Reality

    And we are back with a new season!

    Sorry For out little technical hassle, We work with a new softwere!

    In this episode of Revolution From Your Bed, My guest and long-time friend Yair drops the mic on settling for "good enough." He ignites a fire within you to become the wizard of your own reality!

    Yair shares his powerful story about his father's illness and how it sparked a journey of self-discovery and a passion for empowering others. He'll guide you through:

    • Unleashing your inner wisdom to navigate life's challenges.
    • Prioritizing your passions and ditching the "shoulds" for a life of fulfillment.
    • Taking charge of your health and exploring alternative paths to well-being.
    • Building meaningful connections that amplify your experiences.

    Feeling stuck in a rut? Roi will inspire you to break free and design a life that lights you up. Listen in and discover the tools and motivation to become the architect of your own happiness!

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    S4E1 - 40m - Mar 8, 2024
  • Why Disabled and Chronically Ill People Might Be Our Best Employees

    Taken from my keynote at DisAbility Confidence Day 2023 in Vienna.

    Credit: MyAbility


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    S4E1 - 21m - Nov 25, 2023
  • How to manage expectations as a chronically ill patient

    Living Your Best Life with Chronic Illness: Managing Expectations

    Living with a chronic illness can be a rollercoaster of emotions. Join Roi Shternin, a POTS survivor and recovery advocate, as he tackles the crucial topic of managing expectations.

    In this episode, you'll discover:

    • The power of self-awareness: Learn how to acknowledge your limitations while setting realistic and achievable goals.
    • Open communication with your doctor: Roi shares tips for effective communication to ensure you're on the same page about your treatment plan and desired outcomes.
    • Finding your new normal: Explore strategies for adapting your life while maintaining a positive outlook and a fighting spirit.

    This episode is a must-listen for anyone facing chronic illness and seeking to live a fulfilling life.

    Bonus! Check out Roi's book(s) for further guidance on navigating chronic illness: https://books2read.com/

    Remember, you are not alone. Tune in and take control of your health journey!

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    1h 19m - Sep 23, 2022
  • Why do you need a Patient in Residence in your Organization

    Welcome to yet another thought-provoking episode of the "Revolution From Your Bed Podcast." In our ongoing conversation about transforming healthcare, we introduce a groundbreaking concept: the Patient in Residence. This new role is designed to ensure that the patient's voice and perspectives are not just heard but are integral to the decision-making processes within healthcare organizations.

    Today, we're going to explore the importance of this role and how it can revolutionize patient engagement, empowerment, and involvement. Here's what we'll cover:

    • Patient-Centered Innovation: Discussing how a Patient in Residence can provide firsthand insights that lead to more empathetic and effective healthcare solutions.
    • Bridging the Gap: Understanding how this role can serve as a vital link between healthcare providers, administrators, and the patients they serve.
    • Advocating for Change: Highlighting the ways in which a Patient in Residence can advocate for systemic changes that reflect the real needs and challenges of patients.
    • Leadership and Representation: Emphasizing the importance of having a dedicated patient leader who can represent patient interests at the highest levels of organizational strategy and planning.
    • Designing with Empathy: Examining how the inclusion of a patient perspective can lead to more empathetic service design and policy development.
    • Diversity of Experience: Ensuring that the Patient in Residence role represents a diverse range of patient experiences and backgrounds to inform inclusive healthcare practices.

    The introduction of a Patient in Residence in healthcare organizations is more than just an innovative idea—it's a necessary step toward a future where healthcare is truly responsive to the needs of those it aims to serve. By having a patient leader within the organization, there's a constant reminder and advocate for patient-centric values and considerations.

    This role promises to transform patient engagement from a buzzword into an operational reality, moving beyond collecting opinions to actively involving patients in shaping the healthcare experience. It's about elevating patient leadership to a level where it can effectively influence policy, care models, and organizational culture.

    So, if you're part of a healthcare organization, a patient advocate, or simply someone who believes in the power of patient-driven change, this episode is for you. Tune in as we discuss why every healthcare organization needs a Patient in Residence and how this role could be the key to unlocking true patient empowerment.

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    5m - Sep 17, 2022
  • Wanna Change healthcare? Study Healthcare Management

    On this episode of the "Revolution From Your Bed Podcast," we're tackling a question that resonates with many of our listeners: "What can I do to change healthcare?" Empowered patients and advocates frequently encounter the complexities and frustrations of a system in dire need of reform. To enact meaningful change, a deeper understanding of the inner workings of healthcare is crucial—and one of the most effective ways to gain this knowledge is through studying Healthcare Management.

    In this discussion, we'll delve into how a foundation in Healthcare Management can equip you with the tools to make a difference:

    • Understanding the System: Gaining insights into the structure of healthcare systems, insurance models, and regulatory environments.
    • Policy and Economics: Learning about healthcare policy, economic factors affecting healthcare provision, and how these impact patient care.
    • Strategic Leadership: Exploring the principles of strategic planning and leadership within healthcare organizations.
    • Healthcare MBA: Considering an MBA with a focus on healthcare to understand the business side of health services.
    • Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Discovering how to drive innovation in healthcare services, technology, and delivery models.
    • Patient Advocacy: Using your knowledge to better advocate for patient rights and improvements in patient care.
    • Networking: Connecting with professionals, thought leaders, and innovators in the field of healthcare management.

    For those wondering where to start, there are numerous online courses, degrees, and certificate programs available in Healthcare Management. These programs are designed to accommodate a range of schedules and commitments, making them accessible to a broad audience, including those currently navigating their own health challenges.

    This episode isn't just about why you should study Healthcare Management—it's about how this knowledge can empower you to become a catalyst for change. It's for anyone who's ever left a doctor's appointment, hospital visit, or therapy session thinking, "There has to be a better way."

    So, join us for an enlightening discussion on how studying Healthcare Management might just be your first step in transforming the healthcare landscape and fostering a system that prioritizes the well-being of its patients above all else.

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    13m - Aug 26, 2022
  • Dealing with Social isolation as a chronically ill patient

    Welcome to a very special episode of the "Revolution From Your Bed Podcast." Today, we're bringing to light a conversation that's been hidden away in our archives. By some twist of fate, it went unpublished, but the insights it holds are timeless, particularly for those grappling with the dual challenges of chronic illness and social isolation.

    As someone who has navigated nearly ten years of life predominantly from the confines of a bed or home, I've inadvertently become an expert on isolation. So, let me welcome you into my world with open arms and share some hard-earned wisdom that could make a significant difference in your life.

    Here are some of the tips we'll discuss:

    • Creating Routine: Establishing a sense of normalcy through a daily routine, even when confined to your home.
    • Virtual Community: Leveraging technology to build connections and foster relationships with others who understand your experience.
    • Meaningful Projects: Finding projects or hobbies that can be pursued from home, providing a sense of purpose and fulfillment.
    • Physical Activity: Adapting exercises to your ability level to maintain physical health and boost mental well-being.
    • Professional Help: Seeking support from therapists or counselors, especially those who offer telehealth services.
    • Mindfulness and Meditation: Incorporating practices that promote mental clarity and reduce feelings of isolation.
    • Educating Your Circle: Helping friends and family understand your situation to improve your support network.

    This episode is not just for those living through a pandemic or experiencing chronic illness. It's for anyone who has ever felt the weight of loneliness and the sting of prolonged separation from the world outside their windows.

    Unearthed from our archive, this episode is a testament to the enduring relevance of human connection and resilience. Whether you're currently feeling isolated or you want to better understand and support those who are, I invite you to listen in.

    Together, we'll explore how to navigate the quiet corners of a life spent in solitude, transforming them into spaces of growth, creativity, and connection. Enjoy this rediscovered gem from our podcast collection.

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    S2E2 - 34m - Aug 19, 2022
  • Living an empowered life despite Trauma with Kharina Kharran - Part 2

    Welcome back to the "Revolution From Your Bed Podcast," where we continue our profound conversation with Kharina Kharran. In the previous episode, we began to unravel the complexities of living with and moving beyond trauma. Today, we delve deeper into the vital topic of seeking help, the transformative power of trauma-informed coaching, and the nuances of asking for the support you need.

    Our discussion with Kharina will touch on several key areas:

    • Overcoming Stigma: We discuss the societal barriers and personal apprehensions that can prevent people from seeking help and how to navigate them.
    • Trauma-Informed Coaching: Kharina explains what this specialized coaching entails, its principles, and how it differs from traditional therapy.
    • Recognizing the Need for Help: Identifying the signs that indicate it might be time to seek professional support.
    • Asking for Help: Practical advice on how to reach out for assistance, whether it's talking to a loved one or finding the right coach or therapist.
    • The Role of Support Systems: The importance of building a network of support that includes friends, family, and professionals.
    • Self-Advocacy in Healing: Learning to articulate your needs and advocating for your well-being as part of the recovery process.

    Kharina's insights offer a beacon of hope and a roadmap for those feeling lost in the aftermath of trauma. Her approach not only provides strategies for coping but also empowers individuals to reclaim their lives and stories.

    For those eager to learn more about the intersection of personal growth and overcoming life's challenges, remember to check out my book available at Fromybed.com for an in-depth exploration of my journey and the lessons learned along the way.

    Don't miss this chance to gain a deeper understanding of trauma-informed coaching and the courage involved in asking for help. Tune in as we equip you with the knowledge and tools to take that brave first step toward healing and empowerment with the guidance of Kharina Kharran.

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    50m - Aug 12, 2022
  • Living an empowered life despite Trauma with Kharina Kharran

    In this compelling episode of the "Revolution From Your Bed Podcast," we're honored to welcome Kharina Kharran, a beacon of resilience and empowerment. Kharina, a former Fortune 500 executive and accomplished athlete, now channels her profound insights into her role as a trauma-informed coach. She dedicates her expertise to aiding those she calls "Trauma Heroes," helping them desensitize unwanted emotions and sensations stemming from distressing experiences and guiding them back to a place of safety, regulation, and connection.

    Part 1 of our conversation with Kharina will navigate the intricate landscape of dealing with trauma and the pursuit of living an empowered life in spite of it. We'll delve into the audacity of seeking help and the strength it takes to embark on a healing journey.

    Here's a snapshot of what we'll cover:

    • Understanding Trauma: Breaking down what trauma is and its impact on our lives.
    • Empowerment Through Healing: How addressing trauma can lead to a more empowered and fulfilling life.
    • The Courage to Seek Help: Discussing the bravery required to ask for assistance and why it's a critical step toward recovery.
    • Desensitizing Techniques: Kharina will share some of her strategies for managing and reducing the intensity of traumatic emotions and sensations.
    • Reclaiming Safety and Control: Exploring methods to regain a sense of security and mastery over one's life post-trauma.
    • Building Connections: The importance of nurturing relationships and support systems during the healing process.

    Kharina's story is not just about overcoming adversity but transforming it into a source of strength and purpose. She brings both her personal and professional experiences to the table, offering invaluable insights for anyone touched by trauma.

    Whether you're directly affected by trauma, know someone who is, or are a professional seeking to deepen your understanding of trauma-informed practices, this episode promises to be both enlightening and inspirational.

    Join us as we take the first steps on this journey with Kharina Kharran, learning how to confront trauma head-on and embrace the empowered life that awaits on the other side of healing.

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    41m - Aug 5, 2022
  • How to live with POTS like a rockstar with Mette Rubeksen

    Mette Rubeksen is an athlete, a streamer, dancer and a student and yet she suffers from POTS syndrome while many others in her (and mine) condition are bedridden. what motivates here to keep daily activities despite the disability and how can gaming and streaming empower chronically ill patients.

    apologies by the quality of our interview 🙏

    Producer & Music by: Rachel Katalay

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    S3E2 - 43m - Jul 29, 2022
  • Growth Mindset For Chronic illness Patients with Lisa Grum

    Welcome to Season 3!

    I'm thrilled to kick things off with a growth mindset coach Lisa Grum.

    In this episode, we explore the transformative power of growth mindset and coaching for individuals with chronic illness and anyone seeking to become their best selves.

    Dive deep into:

    • How a growth mindset empowers those living with chronic illness.
    • Practical coaching strategies to unlock your full potential.
    • Tools to cultivate a growth mindset for greater well-being.

    Lisa's Website:linktr.ee/lisagrum 

    #growthmindset #chronicillness #coaching #personaldevelopment #wellbeing

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    S3E1 - 48m - Jul 22, 2022
  • What’s holding you back?

    Season Finale: Action Plans During COVID Isolation

    In our season's final episode, recorded live on Clubhouse, we delve deep into the proactive measures we can take during times of isolation, especially when caused by illness during the COVID-19 pandemic. We share stories, strategies, and a wealth of experience on how to turn plans into meaningful action, even under confinement.

    Podcast Soundtrack: Spirante Beat

    The ambiance of our podcast is set to the tranquil and inspiring tunes of Spirante beat. We're thrilled to feature such a soul-soothing soundtrack. You can listen to the full track "LIGHT" and let it elevate your day:

    🎵 Listen to Spirante Beat - LIGHT on YouTube

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    For more insights and personal reflections, check out my book "Revolution From My Bed" – a candid exploration of navigating life and finding hope in the face of chronic illness. It's an invitation to understand the complexities of living with a health condition and discovering the resilience within.

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    Join us for this heartfelt episode as we wrap up the season with a message of hope and determination. Your support and engagement mean the world to us, and we can't wait to return with more enriching content next season.

    Stay safe, stay inspired, and remember, even in isolation, we're in this together.

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    S2E10 - 19m - Mar 27, 2021
  • Why Are you keep ending up in toxic relationships

    Welcome to an insightful and empowering episode of the "Revolution From Your Bed Podcast." Today, we're addressing a challenging topic that many individuals face, particularly those living with chronic illness: the tendency to end up in toxic or co-dependent relationships.

    In this episode, we will explore:

    • Understanding Toxic Relationships: Defining what makes a relationship toxic and the common characteristics of such relationships.
    • The Chronic Illness Connection: Examining how living with a chronic illness can sometimes increase vulnerability to toxic dynamics and why.
    • Patterns and Red Flags: Identifying patterns that may lead to repeatedly entering into unhealthy relationships and recognizing the red flags to watch out for.
    • Self-Worth and Boundaries: Discussing the importance of self-worth and how establishing and maintaining boundaries is crucial for healthy relationships.
    • Breaking the Cycle: Offering strategies and steps to break free from the cycle of toxic relationships and how to start the healing process.
    • Seeking Support: Highlighting the importance of seeking support from friends, family, therapists, or support groups to navigate away from co-dependency.
    • Healthy Relationship Building: Sharing tips for building and nurturing relationships that are healthy, supportive, and enriching.

    Individuals with chronic illnesses often face unique challenges that can affect their relationships, including dependency for care, low energy levels, and the emotional toll of managing a long-term condition. These factors can sometimes lead to dynamics where the power balance is off and co-dependency can thrive.

    In this episode, we'll discuss how to cultivate a strong sense of self and independence, even within the context of needing support due to a chronic condition. We'll also talk about how to spot a toxic relationship early on and the steps you can take to extricate yourself from one, should you find yourself in that situation.

    This episode is for anyone who feels they may be stuck in a pattern of toxic relationships or who wants to learn more about fostering healthy connections, whether they're living with a chronic illness or not. By understanding the underlying issues and equipping ourselves with the right tools and knowledge, we can work towards establishing relationships that uplift and support us in the way we deserve.

    Join us as we delve into this crucial topic and move towards a future of healthier, happier relationships.

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    S2E9 - 16m - Mar 19, 2021
  • Patients deserve to know.

    Patients are being held from their own data and information. In this power-play of medical paternalism, we all lose; what can we do to change it?

    Amazing Music by Spirante Beat


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    S2E8 - 18m - Mar 12, 2021
  • Are we being held prisoners of our own illness?

    Welcome to a thought-provoking episode of the "Revolution From Your Bed Podcast," where we question the fundamental approach of Western medicine to chronic illness and its impact on our lives. Today, we're diving into the complex relationship between patients, the healthcare system, and the industries that surround them.

    In this episode, we will discuss:

    • Western Medicine's Approach: An examination of how Western medicine often focuses on symptom management rather than root cause resolution.
    • Patient Autonomy: Exploring the concept of patient autonomy and the extent to which individuals have control over their treatment and health decisions.
    • The Business of Illness: Delving into the pharmaceutical industry and healthcare as a business, questioning who benefits from the management of chronic illness.
    • State vs. Illness: Discussing the role of government and public health policies in healthcare, and how they influence patient care.
    • Navigating the System: Tips for patients on how to navigate the healthcare system and advocate for themselves to receive the best possible care.
    • Alternative Perspectives: Considering other healthcare models and approaches, including integrative and functional medicine, which aim to address the underlying causes of illness.
    • Empowerment through Education: Encouraging patients to educate themselves about their conditions and treatment options and to seek second opinions when necessary.

    The metaphor of being held prisoner by our own illness speaks to the feelings of many patients who find themselves trapped in a cycle of managing symptoms without making true progress towards healing or understanding the deeper issues at play.

    This episode aims to shed light on the limitations of the current medical paradigm and to empower listeners to take a more active role in their health journey. We will look into the ways the healthcare system might inadvertently keep patients in a state of dependency and what can be done to break free from that cycle.

    We'll also touch upon the importance of a holistic approach to health, one that considers the physical, mental, and emotional aspects of wellness, and how patients can seek out and advocate for treatments that align with this philosophy.

    Whether you're a patient, a caregiver, a healthcare provider, or simply someone interested in the healthcare debate, this episode is an invitation to reflect on the status quo and consider how we might envision a more patient-centered, holistic, and empowering approach to health and wellness.

    Join us as we question, learn, and discuss the possibilities of not just living with illness, but thriving in spite of it.

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    S2E7 - 23m - Mar 6, 2021
  • Too lazy to run? Walk.

    Welcome to a refreshing episode of the "Revolution From Your Bed Podcast." In a world where high-intensity workouts and running are often celebrated as the pinnacle of physical fitness, we're taking a step back to appreciate the humble yet powerful act of walking. Today, we're going to talk about how walking has the potential to change lives, just as it changed mine.

    In this episode, we'll cover:

    • The Underrated Power of Walking: Discovering the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of regular walking.
    • My Personal Journey: Sharing how I replaced the pressure to run with the joy of walking and the profound impact it had on my life.
    • Starting Small: How beginning with short walks can lead to significant improvements in health and well-being over time.
    • Mindfulness and Meditation: Exploring how walking can be a meditative practice that helps to clear the mind and reduce stress.
    • Accessibility and Inclusivity: Discussing how walking is an accessible form of exercise for people of various fitness levels and abilities.
    • Building Community: The role of walking in connecting with others and building relationships through walking groups or community events.
    • Inspiration for Action: Encouraging listeners to take the first step and how to make walking a sustainable part of one’s lifestyle.

    Walking has the unique advantage of being both a gateway to better health and a sustainable long-term activity. It doesn't require special equipment or gym memberships, making it an inclusive option for many. Whether it's a leisurely stroll in the park, a brisk walk around the neighborhood, or an adventurous hike in nature, walking can be tailored to fit anyone's preferences and pace.

    For those who may feel daunted by the intensity of running or other high-impact activities, walking offers a gentle yet effective alternative. It's an activity that can accommodate busy schedules and can be incorporated into daily routines, like walking part of your commute or taking a walk on your lunch break.

    So, if you've ever felt "too lazy to run" or are looking for a low-barrier way to improve your health and happiness, this episode is for you. Join us as we discuss how taking one step at a time can lead to a journey of a thousand miles toward better health and a more joyful life.

    Let's lace up our shoes, open the door, and take a walk together. Who knows where our feet might lead us? Public Episode Page

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    S2E6 - 18m - Feb 26, 2021
  • How knowing your "Why" might save your startup

    In this episode of the "Revolution From Your Bed Podcast," we're shifting gears to the heart-pumping world of entrepreneurship and startups. The landscape is littered with tales of both meteoric rises and spectacular crashes. Yet amidst this volatile arena, one question stands tall as the beacon that could save your startup from becoming just another cautionary tale: Why are you doing this?

    It's a deep dive into the core of your mission, the driving force behind your late nights and early mornings—the "Why" of your startup.

    Here's what we'll unpack:

    • The Foundation of Resilience: How your "Why" serves as the bedrock for perseverance when the going gets tough.
    • Attracting Talent and Investment: Investors and top talent are drawn to a compelling vision and a clear mission, not just a business model.
    • Differentiation in a Crowded Market: Understanding why you're passionate can help distinguish your startup from competitors.
    • Aligning Your Team: A strong "Why" helps ensure that everyone is moving in the same direction with shared values and purpose.
    • Decision-Making Clarity: When faced with tough choices, your "Why" can serve as a guiding star to keep you true to your startup's vision.
    • The True Measure of Success: Knowing your "Why" means success is not only about financial gain but also about achieving your larger goals.

    Knowing the know-how is indispensable, but without your "Why," even a million-dollar investment may not be enough to steer your project to success.

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    Join us for a thought-provoking session that might just redefine your entrepreneurial journey and provide the lifeline your startup needs to thrive in the tumultuous seas of business.

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    S2E5 - 24m - Feb 19, 2021
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Revolution From your Bed