This week we talk to Barry Mangione about how there are no easy answers
Barry Mangione is an author, musician, podcaster, life coach, and pediatric physical therapist.
Barry was once a struggling alcoholic suffering from depression, failed relationships, and bankruptcy. He even came close to suicide, but he now enjoys a life filled with creativity, service to others, and abundant possibilities.
In his Self-Help Rockstar Show podcast, he features music, interviews, and his own brand of self-help advice in order to raise self-awareness and to inspire people to go out and live their best lives every day.
In his self-help book No Easy Answers: A Book of Life-Changing Questions, Barry shares his personal success story with readers so that they, too, can achieve personal transformation.
Barry is also currently in the studio recording an album of rock songs to carry his message of hope and healing to music lovers everywhere.
Barry lives in New York with his wife and their family, who are all firm believers in the paleo diet and lifestyle, for both physical and mental health.
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In This Interview, Barry Mangione and I Discuss:
- The One You Feed parable
- Simple practices to feed your good wolf
- Journaling as a practice
- Guilt doesn’t help but accepting responsibility
- Learning to see our role in things
- Asking ourselves “Maybe it’s me”
- The questions to ask ourselves when making a decision:
- How do I feel about myself now?
- How will I feel about myself after I’ve done this?
- How will I feel about myself if I don’t do this?
- How will I feel in 10 days/10 months/10 Years
- Trying to avoid black and white thinking when making decisions
- How perspective is intellectual while gratitude is emotional
- The 2nd Arrow
- Responsibility without creativity is lifeless and boring
- Creativity without responsibility is dangerous and misleading
- Finding creativity again after getting sober
- Learning to do things sober as a challenge
- How would I talk to my best friend if he was in my shoes?
Barry Mangione Links