In order to achieve growth, discomfort is unavoidable. We’ve had the unthinkable honor of traveling around the world, conquering everyday fears - with friends, strangers, celebrities, and each other.

So, today, we called on the decorated, plant-powered endurance athlete Rich Roll for some inspiration. As is the case with many things in life, it’s leaning into the hard, uncomfortable parts that makes all of the beautiful parts possible. Chances are you haven’t really upped your kindness game since. Along the way, Matt shares the intimate details of how he’s grappled with anxiety through the years and Ammar discusses his inability to meditate.

What if we stopped trying to numb and distract? Pandemics and vast uncertainty aside, life is hard. Studies have shown that the average kid today experiences more anxiety than the average psychiatric patient in the 1950s. The Yes Theory Podcast shares behind-the-scenes stories and talks with expert guests to gather insights about the world at large, our place in it, and one another. Copyright © 2020 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Matt, Thomas, and Ammar.

We travel into Yes Theory’s basement to listen to one of many raw, vulnerable conversations between Matt, Thomas, and Ammar.They talk to each other about some recent struggles, how their relationship has changed throughout the years, and what they’re hoping for in the future. And for whatever reason, it seems to be getting harder. They’ve made memories on nearly every continent, built a business, and chased down their wildest dreams… together. Studies have shown that the average kid today experiences more anxiety than the average psychiatric patient in the 1950s. And that there is always another level to the change you can make.Thomas Dajer, also known as Tommy, TD, and Yes Theory’s lead editor shares his story of personal transformation as well -- from dropping out of college to now starting to host episodes on the Yes Theory channel. But what if we didn’t?

They are truly inspiring people and I think everyone can benefit from listening to them! - Get 25% off your first order when you use code YESTHEORY at LiquidIV.com. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices, From climbing up snow-capped mountains in our boxers to running marathons with no training, one of the core pillars of Yes Theory is seeking out the big heart-pumping, mind-bending physical experiences that force us beyond our limits.But what’s the point of doing all this? What can we do to make the best of this year? It might make you feel like you’re terrible at “adulting,” but it turns out that’s actually more normal than you think and there might be a pretty solid explanation: burnout.

Are big challenges effective at helping us build daily exercise and wellness habits? We all experience “mirror moments” -- where we see ourselves and the paths we’re headed down clearly. It feels like there’s this undercurrent of anxiety to everything we do. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices, “Hope makes you follow your dreams,” says actress Dina Shihabi, from the Amazon Original Jack Ryan. Chances are you haven’t really upped your kindness game since. Over the last 5 years, we’ve made a habit of seeking discomfort and creating videos about it. Before Yes Theory, we were just three guys trying to figure out what we wanted to do in life. Through Ammar’s and Dina’s stories of growing up, moving away from home, and chasing their dreams we come to see: hope is a resilient, beautiful, and messy force that requires us to confront cynicism and fear. How can we move through this vast uncertainty, and make 2020 a year worth remembering? Is now really the time to prioritize our personal goals? They’ve made memories on nearly every continent, built a business, and chased down their wildest dreams… together.

The Yes Theory Podcast shares behind-the-scenes stories and talks with expert guests to gather insights about the world at large, our place in it, and one another. PayPal - PayPal is making it easy to pay safely, quickly, and easily. Hope isn’t just a passive feeling; it’s an action. But there’s a gap, between what we say we value as a society, and what we do. We believe the best things in life are outside your comfort zone. Most importantly, Andy Puddicombe, the former monk and co-founder of the meditation app Headspace, stops by to help us to identify ways to cultivate a more mindful approach to life, deal with emotions as they come, and find more presence.

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