“Conscience Fitness” is the idea of wanting to better ourselves physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually by doing extremely hard things – but from a place of self-love, worthiness, self-awareness, and empathy for ourselves and others. In this episode, Drew talks about his new idea of “Conscience Fitness,” what it looks like to truly operate from a place of self-love, why it’s so important to intentional get out of your comfort zone, and how this idea in practice helped a group of people who participated in an experimental 30-day challenge.
[03:08] Drew’s definition of “Conscience Fitness,” how he learned to approach life from a state of self-love rather than self-hate, and where we can find true happiness.
[08:50] Why short-term uncomfortability leads to long-term happiness, and why it’s so difficult to be uncomfortable.
[14:45] What truly operating from a place of self-love and self-care looks like, and the negative side effects of treating yourself poorly.
[19:30] Where the idea of “Conscience Fitness” came from, and what it looks like in practice.
[28:11] Testimonials from the 30-Day Conscience Fitness Challenge, and the power of transforming your mindset.
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