Resentment: The Silent Killer of Abundance and Love – with JJ Virgin

Resentment: The Silent Killer of Abundance and Love - with JJ Virgin

In this episode JJ Virgin shares how one life altering event taught her to tap into an invincible mindset and defy the odds, why our best selves show up when we are challenged and her advice on dealing with imposter syndrome.

JJ is a celebrity health expert and author best known for her NY Times bestsellers The Virgin Diet and Sugar Impact Diet. Her latest book, Miracle Mindset covers the seven lessons JJ learned fighting for her son’s life after a brutal hit and run accident.

Episode Highlights

• 8:10 – How a life altering event taught her to tap into an invincible mindset and defy the odds
• 16:53 – Why our best selves show up when we are challenged
• 17:16 – What exactly is a miracle mindset and why it’s important
• 18:11 – Why anyone can develop miracle mindset
• 23:40 – Resentment: the silent killer to abundance, possibility and love
• 34:34 – Why fitness and nutrition are critical to creating miracles
• 39:41 – Seven lessons that can help you create a resilient mindset
• 42:20 – JJ’s advice on dealing with imposter syndrome

1. Favorite book for women?

2. Favorite self-care hack?

  • Every morning writing down in her journal the three things and people that she’s grateful for (this 30-60 seconds changes her whole day).

3. Best piece of advice and who gave it to you?

  • “Don’t wish it was easier; make yourself better” (from her first mentor, re-quoting Jim Rohn).

4. Female CEO or thought leader you’re into right now?

  • CEO and author, Mary Morrissey.  “She’s just one of the top inspirational leaders out there. She’s been doing it for four decades and continues to re-invent herself and stay relevant.”

5. One piece of advice you’d give your 5 years younger self?

  • “You’re good enough right now, baby”

Resources and People Mentioned

• JJ’s website, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, YouTube, podcast, Facebook, Pinterest
• Nick Ortner, creator of The Tapping Solution
• Dave Asprey, Founder and CEO of 40 Years of Zen. Business focusing on using neuro-feedback to drive performance.

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