Sep 13, 2019
In this episode, host Misti Dian speaks with Matt Belair. Matt
is an athletic coach and speaker.
- Matt discusses doing yoga with monks and how that experience
led him to research things around consciousness, peak performance,
and joy in life as an athlete.
- You should travel and, pursue all your passions and
- Even if everyone around you doesn’t support you or want to
pursue their own passions, you should never let that hold you back.
You will feel a lot of emotions, but it will all be worth it.
- Pursuing your passions is a layered process. It starts with
emotions and then you peel back each layer, letting some things go
along the way.
- Your conscious intentions are what disciplines your mind, body
and spirit. This includes pushing your body to limits that people
do not think are possible.
- You have to have self-discipline to reach your goals.
- It’s all about direction not the end result, it’s more about
the process that gets you to your goal.
- Having a radiant life is not always what you think that you
know, it’s the actual journey and process of that radiant
- Coaching helps people realize they can do anything that they
put their mind, heart, soul and spirit into.
- Matt discusses that what inspires him is, making the world a
- The ripple effect is very important when inspiring people. It’s
when you inspire, help motivate and encourage people and its
impactful on their life, so they share it.
- The best spiritual teaching was from a Native American elder,
which is, do three kinds of acts a day, go out of your way to do it
and don’t tell anyone.
- With meditation you can clear your mind and understand all the
crazy things are minds do.
- The three acts of kindness are, no matter what you believe, no
matter what you practice, and no matter what you do.
- Have kindness, compassion and happiness for yourself and spread
it to others.
- Being connected to the community helps you and others
- We are all hardwired for connection and sharing, and most times
the most inspirational things and people are right in front of
- Adults today should take a lesson from children, be more
caring, open to sharing, and enjoy life.