Melissa ambrosini: Melissa Ambrosini | Bestselling Author, #1 Podcast Host, TEDx Speaker


Melissa Ambrosini – Living in her Truth

Melissa Ambrosini is the bestselling author of Mastering Your Mean Girl, Open Wide and PurposeFULL, the host of the top-rated podcast The Melissa Ambrosini Show, a keynote speaker, and entrepreneur.

Named A ‘SELF-HELP GURU’ BY ELLE MAGAZINE; her mission is to inspire others to unlock their full potential and live their dream life. With a deep commitment to empowering others to become the best version of themselves, Melissa believes that transformation is possible for everyone. She strives to inspire others to reclaim their power, step into their truth, live with intention, and move in the direction of their dreams.

Melissa stops by to chat her latest release ‘Comparisonitis: How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others and Be Genuinely Happy’, her smash podcast as well as recently becoming a mother.

2020 was a journey and in many ways a reset for the world, a pandemic, social justice changes and so much more.

How did the outside world affect your world and how did you adapt? 2020 brought a lot of clarity and made me get really clear on what’s important in my life and what’s not. I’m the type of person that likes to always look for the gold in every situation and for me (and many others) it was a great stocktake and a giant reset. 2020 reminded my husband and I how precious and sacred life truly is. It made us clear out the clutter and simplify all areas of our life.

Tell us a little about ‘Melissa Ambrosini’ and her journey to fulfillment? Are you there yet? Or is it a constant journey? My inward journey started in 2010 when I hit rock bottom and ended up in hospital with a whole host of both physical and mental health issues. I feel a deep sense of satisfaction and fulfillment in my life now in many ways, but I’m still on my journey and I will be forever. I like to say we are all in ‘Earth School’ — all of us here on this planetary playground are learning, growing, and evolving every day.

That’s why we are here. So I’m definitely still learning like everyone else!

You just released your new book ‘Comparisonitis: How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others and Be Genuinely Happy’

. Tell us about the genesis of the title and how it relates to your journey? Comparisonitis is when you compare yourself to others so frequently and fiercely that you’re left paralyzed, with your confidence in tatters and your self-worth plummeting. It may sound trivial, but this affliction can have serious adverse effects on our mental health, leading to depression, anxiety, overthinking, and regret. (Not fun!)

For me, the genesis of this book began when I was a kid. From a young age, I was working in industries where comparisonitis was rife, like acting, dancing and modelling. Spending so much time in those environments meant that I ‘caught’ the comparisonitis bug at a young age, and it really took hold and carried into adulthood. I wasted far too many hours of my life looking around at other people to determine my own worth, then beating myself up like crazy for all my apparent “failings”.

It took me a long time — and a truckload of inner work — to unpack what was going on in my head and overcome those habituated thinking patterns. So once I came out the other side (and in particular, once I developed a process that helped me end the cycle) I knew it was something I wanted to share with others. Especially because comparisonitis has become more common now than ever before, particularly with the advent of social media, and especially in young people. This book feels like the most important work I could share with the world right now, and I’m thrilled to be sharing it at this moment in time.

Take our readers through the ACES Technique acronym that can start them on the path to feeling ACE again after they have found themselves suffering from Comparisonitis. The 4-step ACES Technique is a simple but genius framework which underpins all the other tools and tactics you’ll find in the book. You can use this technique whenever you find yourself spiralling into toxic comparison, or beating yourself up because you don’t “measure up”.

It will jump you out of those negative, toxic feelings quick-smart!

Here are the four steps:

  1. Awareness
  2. Choose a different path
  3. Eliminate
  4. Shift your state

(They’re easy to remember, because you’ll feel ‘ace’ once you end the cycle of comparison!)

Here’s the nutshell version of each of the steps — 

Step #1. Awareness — Like with so many aspects of growth and inner work, awareness is the first step. You have to become aware of any areas in which you are comparing yourself. And the tricky thing is, comparisonitis is a master of disguise — sometimes you won’t even know that you’re trapped in the cycle! (I provide heaps of examples in the book, so you can get really clear on which behaviours are rooted in toxic comparison.)

Step #2. Choose a different path — The next step is to make a decision that suffering is NOT what you want for yourself in this moment, and to choose a different path instead. Rather than falling into those toxic, heavy feelings, what do you want to experience instead? What could you invite into this moment that might facilitate peace instead of suffering? You might like to frame it as “I choose X”, for example — 

I choose peace. I choose happiness.

Step #3. Eliminate — If you can, eliminate the trigger that’s caused you to spiral into comparison. Are you on social media? Then get off your device. Or perhaps reading a magazine is what has triggered your comparison? Then close your mag and put it out of sight. Sometimes, you can’t “eliminate” a trigger. In that case, you can either ‘Exit’ (walk away from the situation that’s triggering you) or ‘Exhale’ (breathe out long and slow, and get super present in your body).

Step #4. Shift your state — Now that you’ve become aware, chosen a different path, and eliminated the trigger, it’s time to shift your state to a lighter, higher vibration. The fastest way to do that is through movement — dancing, stretching, walking, swimming in the ocean, whatever. Even just tensing all the muscles in your body for twenty seconds, then releasing them, can do wonders for your energy.

So that’s the ACES Technique. It’s super powerful, and the more you practice it, the better you’ll get at it and the quicker you’ll be able to vault yourself out of comparison and into a better-feeling energy.

Your Smash Hit Podcast ‘The Melissa Ambrosini Show’ continues to go from strength to strength. What is about the show you think stands it apart and what can we expect from future episodes? Right from the start, I’ve been committed to two things — (1) getting incredibly high-caliber guests on the show, and (2) being open, candid, and real about my own journey. I think listeners come to the show, originally, for those incredible interviewees (like Glennon Doyle, Marie Forleo, Dr. Michael Greger, Jay Shetty, Wim Hoff, Dr. Bruce Liption, and more), but then they stay because they feel connected to my story, and they love feeling like we’re in this growth journey together, with me in their earbuds cheering them on.

I always want our listeners to know that I’m growing and learning just like them, and I believe that’s a big reason people keep coming back for more and more.  

Also, as a side note, we have the best sound quality and production values possible for an independent podcast. I’m married to a musician who cares deeply about these things (!), so we pride ourselves on providing an epic audio experience! 

You’re a first-time mother – firstly congrats!!! How has becoming a mother changed you and your view on work/life balance?

Thank you! My daughter is only a few weeks old, and already, becoming a mother has changed me in so many ways. It’s truly been the most joyous experience of my life.

Even before I got pregnant, I started thinking about how family life and work life would fit together. For me, I prefer to think of it as work/life ‘integration’ rather than balance, because I don’t think striving for a ‘perfect’ balance exists (and it implies that everything might come crashing down around you if you lean too far in one direction!).

Obviously, I’m still brand new at this and have a lot to learn. But I’m big on giving myself a lot of grace, and allowing myself to switch between the two areas as needed. There are going to be times when your work requires more of you — like when you’re in the middle of a launch or just released a book or about to give a big presentation at work. And then there will be times when your personal life needs you more. It’s all about doing your best to integrate the both, if that’s what you desire. (Or you can be a full time mother, and if that’s your choice, then own it because that’s awesome.) 

For me, it boils down to trying to show up as the best mother I can be when I am with my daughter and bonus son (that’s what I call my step son), and then to show up as the best version of me for my work. Whatever I’m doing, I try to be all there and 100% focused and present, not split between the two doing neither well. 

You’re married to musician and entrepreneur Nick Broadhurst and are very open to sharing life to help others see all facets of a relationship. What do you think are the keys to a successful long-term partnership?  I share all about the keys to a successful long-term partnership in my book Open Wide: A Radically Real Guide to Deep Love, Rocking Relationships and Soulful SexBut two of the biggest things are practicing what I call ‘CCC’ (Crystal Clear Communication) which is where you speak openly and loving from your heart. It’s not about pointing the finger, judging or blaming. It’s about opening your heart and speaking from there. There is only ever a communication breakdown in our relationship when one of us hasn’t practiced CCC. This one tool has been a game-changer for us and it’s something we still use every day. 

Another key to a successful long term partnership is making sure you are always taking radical responsibility for how you are showing up and making sure you are continuously doing the inner work yourself, so that you are showing up in your relationship as the best version of you. When two whole and complete people come together, owning who they are, having done the inner work and taken responsibility for themselves, that’s when magic in your relationships happens. 

What is next for Melissa Ambrosini?  Right now, I’m soaking up the newborn bliss bubble. I want to be the most present, patient, and soft mama I can be, so I’m giving myself plenty of space and grace to just enjoy motherhood. I’m also promoting Comparisonitis and being interviewed for many podcasts and media outlets, which is so much fun. And I’m continuing to release new episodes weekly on my podcast, which has been going off. So for the rest of this year, those three things are my biggest focus. 

How can readers find out more on you, your latest book Comparisonitis and podcast? Socials? Website?

Check out and subscribe to my website for updates:

Grab yourself a copy of Comparisonitis at www.comparisonitis. com

Listen to The Melissa Ambrosini Show wherever you listen to podcasts

Come follow me on Instagram @melissaambrosini 

Photography: Elisabeth Willis Photography

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15 Books That Have Changed My Life by Melissa Ambrosini

Looking for new reads that motivate and inspire? If you’ve seen the @hotdudesreading Instagram account, we’re sure you are.  Australian author and health coach Melissa Ambrosini curates a list of 15 books that have changed her life–covering health, wealth and, of course, love.

[quote type=”center”] No matter how busy you may think you are, you must find time forreading, or surrender yourself to self-chosen ignorance. [/quote]

– Confucius

When I originally sat down to write this post, I’d planned to tell you about six books that have changed my life. Turns out, I couldn’t narrow the list down. Instead, here are 15 incredible, potent books that are all worthy of mention and that have all impacted my life in some way.


Primal Body Primal Mind, by Nora Gedgaudas

When it comes to food, health and wellness, this is my bible. Yes, it’s chunky and full of scientific lingo, but in order to make informed, conscious choices around your food and health, you need to be well-educated on all the facts. I read it because I wanted to understand more about the link between the way we eat and our evolution, and this book helps you understandexactly how we are supposed to eat and why.

The Body Ecology Diet, by Donna Gates

I used to experience bloating, candida, adult acne and eczema. It wasn’t until I read this book and adopted The Body Ecology principles into my life that all my health concerns dramatically improved. There are so many ideas and insights in this wellness classic which have changed my life —  you won’t regret reading it.

Women, Food and God, by Geneen Roth

With all my clients, in my talks, on my blog and in my book 12 Steps To Wellness, I’ve been repeating one essential truth for years: the way we eat is a direct reflection of every other area of our lives. This is the message that Geneen Roth shares in Women, Food and God. This book perfectly describes how to heal your relationship with food, how one thing that will help you lose weight (the right way), and how to end your tortuous relationship with your body.

You Can Heal Your Life, by Louise Hay

Laying in hospital five years ago, this was the first self-help book I ever picked up. It planted the seed of change deep within me and is a great read for anyone starting out on their journey. It’s packed full of helpful affirmations and techniques like mirror work that will really support you on your spiritual path.

Nourishing Traditions, by Sally Fallon

This is one of those books you’ll want to keep on your kitchen bench and refer to again and again. It’s jam-packed with awesome information and delicious recipes to support you in reaching optimal health and happiness.

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The 4-Hour Workweek, by Tim Ferriss

When I first started my business, I thought I had to sit in front of my computer all day and night or I wouldn’t be successful. This book made me realise that it’s not about working harder, it’s about working smarter. The 4-Hour Workweek gives you all the tools you need to set up and create the freedom-based business you desire.

Turning Pro, by Steven Pressfield

This book talks about the concept of being an amateur versus being a ‘pro’. Reading it was quite a pivotal moment for me. It helped me see all the stinky, amateur habits I was relying on, and that I needed to ‘turn pro’ in many areas of my life — not just within my business. This is a quick and easy read that you won’t be able to put down.

The Desire Map, by Danielle LaPorte

How do you want to feel on a daily basis? How do you want to feel when you wake up in the morning? When you’re doing your work? When you eat your food? Talk with your besties? Sit with your lover? Move your body and move through your day? These are questions I never pondered until I read this truly powerful book many years ago. Before The Desire Map, I focused solely on being ‘successful’ and doing whatever I needed to do to tick all the boxes I’d lined up for myself. But it wasn’t until I read Danielle’s words and came up with my core desired feelings that everything shifted for me. This book helped me realise that when it comes to pursuing goals, we shouldn’t be so hell-bent on the external things  — it’s actually what’s going on inside that matters most.

Daring Greatly, by Brené Brown

This powerful book gave me permission to be seen. It gave me the green light to be vulnerable and share my story with the world. Beautifully written and freaking hilarious, this book is a must read for anyone wanting to be the most authentic version of themselves.


Dear Lover, by David Deida

I believe this book is why I am with my husband today. I read it before we got together and something really shifted within me. This book showed me what is truly possible within a conscious union. It opened my eyes to the divine beauty that can unfold when two people come together, get out of the way, and choose love.

Conversations with God – Book 1, by Neale Donald Walsch

Another massive game-changer for me, and one of the best books I have ever read. It answered so many questions I had about religion and spirituality. A must-read for everyone!

Enlightened Sex, by David Deida

Want to take your relationship to the next level? Then this book is for you! It blew my mind. Make sure you read it with an open mind, leave your baggage at the door, and allow yourself to absorb all the goodness. If you have a partner, invite them to read it as well.

Dying To Be Me, by Anita Moorjani

One of the most inspiring books I have ever read. Anita takes you through the  journey of her life — before, during, and after cancer.. She intimately shares her moving near-death experience that changed everything for her. She is an incredible woman, and is sure to inspire the heck out of you.

Warrior Pose, by Bhava Ram

Reading Bhava’s story touched me deeply. I cried many times — not because Bhava is a dear friend,  but because his story is so deeply touching and inspiring. From a high-profile job as a journalist, to a broken back and terminal cancer, this man sure has had an incredible life and a compelling story to match.

The Gifts Of Imperfections, by Brené Brown

Another supreme book from Brené Brown. I couldn’t put it down —  her wit, wisdom and humor make you want to devour every word in one sitting. This book made me see that I was striving for perfectionism when ‘perfect’ doesn’t even exist. A truly powerful read.

So there you have it — the 15 books that have changed my life. I hope they touch you as much as they did me. Bookmark this page (or share it with your friends) so that you’ve got these soul-fuelled suggestions on hand next time you’re looking for something amazing to read.

And now I’d love to hear from you — do you have any game-changing books to add to this list? Share your favourites with us in the comments below, and let us know why they were so powerful for you.

Melissa Ambrosini is an entrepreneur, author, motivational speaker, self love teacher and Mean Girl ass kicker. She’s on a mission to help beautiful women like you create the most vibrant, stunning, powerful version of your life possible and make you irresistible in the eyes of the person who matters most… YOU!

Melissa believes true freedom starts within. Once you have move passed your limiting Mean Girl beliefs you truly start to live your best life. She is an advocate for choosing love over fear in every moment and guides women to live from their heart.

Through her live tours, books, booming online community, game-changing program Get Your Glow On, meditations and keynote talks, Melissa has transformed the lives of thousands across the globe.

Connect with Melissa:, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. 


Melissa Ambrosini On Overcoming Hating Her Body & Comparisonitis

Afterwards, we were asked to line up in rows while the panellists weaved among us, deciding which of us would be the chosen few.

That’s when it happened.

They got to my row. One of them looked me up and down, and said three words to his companions, before moving onto the next girl: Thighs too big.

It had been said in a stage whisper, that maybe — if I’m being very charitable — I can believe he didn’t mean for the whole room to hear.

But they did. 

Every horrifying word.

I was devastated.

I’d like to say that this was an isolated incident, but it wasn’t. As performers, our bodies were picked apart on a daily basis. And after having casting directors compare every inch of my body to other girls, day after day, this behaviour became deeply ingrained in me. I started doing it myself — comparing myself viciously to everyone around me, non stop, at basically all hours of the day.

At the time, I didn’t realise that what I was suffering from had a name: ‘comparisonitis’ — the compulsion to compare oneself to another to determine relative importance.

As soon as I had a name for it, I realised I’d suffered from it for a long time — at least as early as 6 years old, when I realised that my ballet teacher liked Katie T. better than me, and gave her all the good parts. Even at that tender age, I would watch Katie like a hawk, wishing desperately that I could be and dance more like her.

From there, it only increased throughout my teenage years and into adulthood, becoming steadily more destructive.

From the women I’ve chatted to, this seems like a pretty normal trajectory. Some horrifying moment in childhood makes us believe that our body’s worth is determined by how it measures up to those around us. (One friend recounts the horror of finding out that the boys in her Grade 9 class had secretly nicknamed her ‘Flatty’ — for having ‘the flattest chest in the class’.)

And from there, we take matters into our own hands. We no longer wait for other people to compare our body to others: we do the job for them.

The problem is exacerbated because toxic comparison usually doesn’t stop with negative self-talk.

For so many of us — me included — we turn that talk into punishment. We starve our body or overfeed it. We thrash it for hours at the gym. We hide it under layers of clothing in embarrassment. We fill it with substances to numb the pain — whether it’s an entire tub of Ben and Jerry’s, a glass (or five) of wine, or a handful of pills.

Whatever action we take, it’s rooted in deep shame, and it all stems from toxic comparison.

It took me the longest time to overcome my own comparisonitis. In fact, I had to fully hit rock bottom before I recognised I had a problem. I ended up in hospital with (among other things) an eating disorder, anxiety, severe panic attacks and depression, and the worst case of the cold sore virus the doctors had ever seen, all due to the way I was thrashing my body both on the outside and inside to make it conform to what I believed was ‘acceptable’ and ‘perfect’.

From my hospital bed, seeing the devastation I’d wrought on myself, I knew something had to change. And thus began my journey to overcome comparisonitis and change the way I relate to my body.

It’s been a long road — one I’m still on. But BOY have I come a long way.

The things I’ve learned about accepting myself and falling deeply in love with myself and my body could fill a book. (And they have — my latest book Comparisonitis: How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others and Be Genuinely Happy is out now.)

So, there are many things I can tell you, if you relate to this experience of endlessly comparing yourself, beating yourself up, and hating on your body.

But let’s start with just two things that you can do right now, to start climbing out of the comparison trap.

Retrain your brain

When you look in the mirror, what ‘problem area’ are your eyes instantly drawn to? Maybe you first check your stomach to see how bloated you are, then lean in to examine your crow’s-feet, before homing in on your nose.

So many of us have unconscious ‘loops’ just like this, which we cycle through every time we look in the mirror.

To break this pattern, the next time you see your reflection, train yourself to look for something you like or love about yourself, then give thanks for it, and say something nice to yourself — out aloud, if you can. (Even just a simple ‘You’re doing great’ can do wonders to repair your body confidence.)

Nourish your body

If you’ve spent years (even decades) treating your body like something to be punished, it can be transformative to flip this attitude on its head and look for ways to nourish your body.

Care for your body the way you’d care for a beloved small child — give it rest; give it delicious, healthy foods; make sure it’s well hydrated; let it play, dance, have fun. 

Most importantly of all, do these actions not because you’re seeking a certain outcome, but for the pure joy of caring for yourself.

These exercises can feel odd at first, because most of us are used to beating ourselves up, not raising ourselves up. But the more you do them, the easier they will become. And before you know it, you’ll realise just how incomparable you truly are.

Melissa Ambrosini is a best-selling author, speaker and podcaster. You can buy her new book, Comparisonitis, here.

How To Find ‘The One’ With Melissa Ambrosini — Nick Broadhurst

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Meeting my wife Melissa has been one of the easiest and hardest things I have ever done in my life. When you meet your match, there is nowhere to hide anymore. They call you out when you are being mediocre and inspire you to be better… every… single… day.

I can’t imagine where I would be had we not met. Melissa is such an inspiration to me, which is why I was super honoured to be interview for her podcast The Melissa Ambrosini Show where we spoke about…

  • My journey and how I got to where I am today (05:35)
  • The personal work you must do before you can call in The One (23:32)
  • The number one key to a successful relationship (25:16)
  • The power of support and challenge in your relationship (27:10)
  • How to find The One (29:12)
  • Are you making these common mistakes that repel true love? (29:49)
  • Why you need to become more to get more (including my hacks to shift your mindset) (30:41)
  • How to know when you’ve found The One (32:00)
  • What to do if you are with someone who isn’t The One (33:06)
  • Why stress will kill your relationship (and what to do instead) (34:50)
  • The importance of understanding the masculine and feminine (37:02)
  • What a superior man is and why you want one (37:44)
  • The best way to inspire your partner to step up and be a superior man (42:06)
  • How to stay excited after years of being with The One (47:07)
  • Why expectations ruin all relationships (52:06)
  • How important it is to not carry any baggage from past heartbreaks into the current relationship (54:52)
  • The keys to a sweeter life (01:02:07)
  • The power of a daily practice for an epic relationship (01:06:17)
  • Plus so much more!

Leave me a comment with your thoughts! I would love to hear from you.

Melissa Ambrosini is the best-selling author of Mastering Your Mean Girl-The Daily Guru

She may be baffled why she can’t sing like Beyoncé, but Melissa Ambrosini, the best-selling author of Mastering Your Mean Girl, entrepreneur, speaker, and self-love teacher, knows what it means to live your dream life. Not reserved for someone prettier, smarter or ‘better’, Melissa is a ridiculously committed and heart-driven advocate for mastering your mean girl and following your deepest passions and curiosities. From living in the moment, to coconut oil baths, to her mentor husband, Melissa divulges her fears, greatest achievements, what she cannot live without and her most desired super power.

The best part of my job is…

Witnessing women unleash their full potential and realise they can live the life of their dreams.

I chose to enter this field of work because…

I love it! I believe this is what I was put on earth to do.

The greatest challenge in my career has been…

Turning off. I love what I do so much, writing, speaking and creating content is awesome and I could just keep going and going and going.

The funniest misconceptions about my industry/company/brand are….

That living your dream life is reserved for someone else, someone prettier, better or smarter, but it’s absolutely not. Living your dream life is for YOU!

The most influential person in my career has been…

My husband. He is constantly inspiring me to master my inner Mean Girl and be the best version of myself.

If I could give one piece of advice to my 18-year-old self, it would be….

You are perfect exactly the way you are 😉

My greatest achievement has been…

Mastering my Mean Girl.

The greatest personal challenge I have over come is…

Something I work on daily is being present in every single moment.

I don’t understand why…

I can’t sing like Beyoncé 😉

I try to relax by…

Having a coconut oil bath or getting out into nature.

My biggest fear is…

Not being present in every moment.

I can’t live without…

Air and mother nature.

I really wish I had…

More hours in the day because life is so much fun.

The greatest lesson I have learnt is….

That when you master your Mean Girl, you will live a life beyond your wildest dreams.

If I had one super power, it would be….

Teleport myself to different eras and places.

If I could invite four people to a dinner party, they’d be…

My husband, Oprah, Princess Di and Richard Branson


Melissa Ambrosini is the best-selling author of Mastering Your Mean Girl, an entrepreneur, speaker, and self-love teacher. In her signature straight-talking style, Melissa teaches women how to master their inner Mean Girl, smash through limiting beliefs, and ditch the self-doubt so that they can start truly living the life of their dreams.

Named a ‘self-help guru’ by Elle Magazine, she is known for her inspirational live events, books, booming online community, her empowering Goddess Groups, game-changing online programs and her soulful guided meditations.

Her mission is to inspire women across the globe to create a heart-centred life one that’s wildly wealthy, fabulously healthy and bursting with love.


Email: [email protected]



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Melissa Ambrosini – Podcast Addict

243: Crack The Code Of The World’s Most Successful People With Alex Banayan

Oct 09 2019 54 mins  

Head to for full episode resources and more inspiring weekly episodes. What do world-class achievers have in common? And what does it take — really — to succeed at the highest level? Today’s podcast guest, Alex Banayan, spent seven years interviewing the most innovative leaders of the past half-century, including Bill Gates, Lady Gaga, Larry King, Maya Angelou, Steve Wozniak, Jane Goodall, Jessica Alba, Quincy Jones, and more, to see if he could uncover the secrets of peak performers and discover what made them so successful. And what he discovered might just blow your mind… Alex Banayan is the only nationally bestselling business author under 30 in America. His story is crazy: the day before his freshman year final exams, he hacked The Price Is Right, won a sailboat, sold it, and used the prize money to fund his quest to learn from the world’s most successful people. Since then, Alex has been named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list and Business Insider’s Most Powerful People Under 30. He has contributed to Fast Company, the Washington Post, Entrepreneur, and TechCrunch, and has been featured in major media including Fortune, Forbes, Businessweek, Bloomberg TV, Fox News, and CBS News. Alex’s findings are life-changing. Whether you’re at the start of your career journey, or are a few decades in, you can’t afford to miss these lessons on getting noticed, leapfrogging your competitors, and achieving your dreams in record time. (I seriously wish I’d known this stuff back when I first started my business!) So if you want insider success tips, to crack the code of the world’s highest achievers, and become world-class in whatever you do, pop in those earbuds… this episode is for you. In this episode we chat about: •His story from hacking The Price Is Right, to where he is today (05:30) •The 3 biggest lessons we can learn from the world’s most successful celebrities (13:43) •What Jessica Alba taught him (and how it changed his life) (16:58) •After interviewing dozens of celebrities, who’s the one person who inspired him most? (20:44) •His unusual strategies for bouncing back from setbacks (22:57) •The #1 thing he attributes his success to (29:21) •Alex’s mission in life and the story that inspired him (31:44) •The one book he would put in every school curriculum (35:03) •What he wants to work on within himself (36:28) •The one thing he does every morning to set himself up for a productive day (38:17) •The inspiring lesson he learned from his dad’s death (40:52) •Plus so much more!

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14 June 2013 19:07

Continuing the music day on the ARFM blog, we bring to your attention an overview of the best Milan transfer campaigns presented in the form of music albums. A little about the serious in a frivolous football-musical form.

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14 June 2013 18:29

The 36-year-old midfielder answered journalists’ questions during a farewell press conference at the San Siro.

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14 June 2013 15:24

28 individual matches, chosen almost at random and reflecting the past football year of the best Italian league (part one)

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14 June 2013 10:42

Today is a musical day in our blog, and we open it with a great interview with the popular Italian singer and staunch Milanist Malika Ayane. Woman and big football … This combination traditionally arouses burning interest.Especially if an equally famous singer acts as a passionate cheerleader for a famous team. And Malika Ayane is incredibly in demand in Italy, it is no coincidence that she was entrusted with the honor of singing the national anthem before the Roman derby in the Italian Cup final this year …

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14 June 2013 03:35

According to statistics, this season for Kevin-Prince Boateng came out one and a half times worse than the previous one. However, he traditionally scored a goal against Barcelona this season.Be that as it may, amid all the rumors about Milan’s readiness to sell it, to the accompaniment of Mourinho’s arrogant words about hairstyles and goals, the Ghanaian is carelessly splashing in the sea with his girlfriend Melissa Satta.

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13 June 2013 22:53

Many people insist that Ancelotti’s book is called I Prefer the Cup. I’m just sure he was referring to coppa, a special kind of Parma raw smoked ham. Don’t believe me? Then try it, or ask Ancelotti.

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13 June 2013 22:43

Mattia De Sciglio is with the Italian national team in Brazil, where the team is preparing for the upcoming Confederations Cup. At a press conference, he answered questions from journalists, which concerned not only the national team, but also the news from Milan.

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13 June 2013 21:49

Milan have released their official video and say thank you to Massimo Ambrosini for the 18 years he has dedicated to the Rossoneri.#thanksAmbro #oneofus

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12 June 2013 17:06

The pupil of the Milan youth sector had to build his career mainly outside his home club. Except for a short period, crowned with a resounding title – the Champions League 2007. TMV Magazine in a long interview with Massimo Oddo recalls all the stages of his long and eventful career.

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12 June 2013 16:25

The 2013/2014 season has not yet begun, and the off-season has already been marked by several events that cannot be passed by.First, it’s the coaching saga with Allegri’s firing / not firing and Seedorf’s appointment. Secondly, this is the already announced transition to a new scheme. Thirdly, a bunch of transfer rumors and more. I will now express my opinion about all this.

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Go to the positive milestone: Preprogram mind si with tezi 7 book

Positive misleading is a powerful tool for positive misleading, and a good book, one can easily stretch the comforters of pleasure in the belly.Ako pomenatata book vi will help you preprogram your mind si and release the limiter si misli – golem bonus points!

All the time, keep in mind, let the wakes to determine the misleading and the seeding whirl around the brain – and there is a lot of negativity. Ryadko, as izobsoso obmislyam a lot of tozi misloven write down, prodlzhavame and match for repetition.

Dokato positivno mislene ss sigurnosti can help and even help to overcome the negatively overwhelming misli, preprogrammed on the mind to start and stay dominant.

And before that, we realize that these negativities are repetitive se misli mogat and severnat in statuvoto, nanasyayki seriozny brush for our happiness, cornfield for stress and productivity.

Dokato positivno mislene ss sigurnosti can help and even help to overcome the negatively overwhelming misli, preprogrammed on the mind to start and stay dominant.

You read the list from the gripping book, which you helped and preprogrammed misleadingly, the belly is possessed.

This is 7 books for misleading, for preprogramming mind si and letting help missit si:

Everything from us has sent a silat and a preprogrammer to the misleaner and yes, yes, the misleading one, and the tezi of the book for the mislene, will be able to help or help us direct.

All the same titles overlap positive quotes and kindly light, kato vi will help and preprogramme misleadingly for long distances. The belly will be directly reflected on the sewn of the misli, stories and beginnings on the mislene, such are the titles, but you will zapochyte, koito not just pick up the ashes for the raft.

1. Unleash your mind si: How can we sleep and we are disturbing, and let us lighten the restlessness and let us pass the negative misleading from John Williams

All the time you feel stressed and cooked from time to time, but do you feel the negative effects of the stress response in AF 24/7?

From crawling tactics to attentiveness and meditation, dalboko dishana and other techniques for “razkhvurlyane”, Declutter Your Mind from crawling reinforcements from the naukat of action, for yes vi teach how to thin your mind and yes preprogramme for long distances, you can find – goodness si belly.

2. Taking possession of your despicable momiche: Leadership of the No-BS for drowning out a critic was inserted into yours and turned into a marvel rich, commandingly healthy and puffed up with love from Melis Ambrosini

Vsichnoe imam found vtreshno vile mommy – onova, keto vi kazva, which is not enough beautiful, smart enough, enough – as something vy prechi or “in Gradat for fear”, some kind of naric Ambrosini in the book titled “Possessing a Loon on Your Mom “.

If you cannot preprogramme your mind si, if you do not, you will declare it in vtreshnoto si despicably – in essence, everything is single and edible.Start a book of razopakov, on which we will pinch and frighten you, and if you break it, remember how much you can, for yes you can, and you seem to be mean, ygl and yes, pump it out.

3. Unfu * k Yourself: Wave it from the head of the B and get into the belly of the B from Gary John Bishop

Ako directnata of self-help without any and even fluff vashiyat style, togawa Unfu * k Yourself: Wave it from the head of the si and in the belly si e your book. Bishop does not relish the message for self-government and for the comrade as you reveal your own greatness and happiness.

Toi vy giving instruments for pre-writing and writing on the script for negative self-perception and lack of feeling from every kind, from work, vrzkite, call health. Ako se feel in kapan in your own excuse and skapano mislene and step ready and pre-write, your vashiyat shamar, then send it.

4. Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilburt

The type of creativity is saturated, Big Magic is sculpted and chewed up your motivation – and inspiration – in a perfectly chauffeured driver, no matter what you rule.

You may not be able to read that bestseller on The New York Times and not be incredibly inspirational, but you will comprehend and overpower your mind – especially those that may have been rejected. … …

Elizabeth Gilburt is not even sure if our excuse and we live can be of great value and the book could not help but open the “strangle the jewelry”, koito se namyrat into all of us.

5. Tynata on Rhonda Brown

The law for the attractiveness will be nailed, for the explanations of a lot of other books and philosophy, and you will understand many other books and philosophy, you will be able to figure it out, many people will be sure that you will find a preprogramme mind.

Taynata is in charge of OG, which smashes everything. Also teach you how to be attractive, you can exchange everything from your relationship, health and finances, and how the “secret” was not used by the presenter story with inspiring results.

You will disassemble the trail of the secret and, as you miss it, they will literally attract you and, by tozi, you will begin to sssavat vashata reality;

6. Rule 10 X from Grant Cardone

In Rule 10 X Grant Cardone, how to preprogram your business mind.Tazi the book will help you, but you will take away the ashes from your dreams, but you can use a spray in the building and preprogram your brain, for yes, “oppose this to the normalnata of mediocrity,” in which there is a lot of chorus.

Towa is incredibly clear and clear and preprogramme and actions, for yes we will increase the inertia, which we suppose for being comprehended on celite or in a carierat.

7. Teach. You are growing. Smyana from Ashtan August

Study. You are growing. Shift. I have designed a kato daily companion for a work book, for yes, you will help, but you will not minal the limiters and you will fit into your force forgive me, get and amuse the daily exercises and tasks, koito da vi will help and teach you new things, but you will grow in the area from the abdomen si and yes exchange positively your mislene.

Still practicing mastering the mudri, the basic yoga posi, the guidance of meditation, the glance of the statement and the dori of the scorching ceremony, for yes you will help and you will refuse to restrict the practice and yes, with confidence, you will love to yourself and know how you will see how you look and feel there.

Preprogram uma si with tezi motivational books for mislene

Are you ready to cook the stead and put it in your belly? Consider the library for your guide for izvrshvane on parvata promyana in the beginning on mislene, which can be a precursor to the domino effect from the exchange mashabna.

To the extreme, if you are looking for and exchange the belly of the si, just the rags and change the solution to the si. And “nyakoy den” is not den from the seventh. Send one from these books for mislene tazi evening!

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Thirty-eight female athletes who have done amazing things despite their diabetes have been profiled in this new volume by Judith Jones-Ambrosini: The Sisterhood of Diabetes: Facing Challenges and Living Dreams>.How in the world she found all 38 of these women is a mystery to me. For example, who knew there was a Type 1 female skater with her eye on winning Olympic Gold for Canada? (Mallory Zorman) Or another Canadian female T1 hockey player who was diagnosed at just 17 months old? (Makyla Sever). Or a college basketball player who was training to play professionally overseas when she was unexpectedly diagnosed with T1 before turn 21? (Shaakri Hassell)

Author Judith Jones-Ambrosini is adept at telling each of her stories in short sections of 10 pages each (somewhat shorter, divided into 11 chapters), while informative informational sections on diabetes, diabetes camps and the sports these women do.How did you know Dragon Boat Racing dates back to ancient folk festivals some 2,000 years ago? Today Nicole Marceline, diagnosed with type 1 diabetes four days before her 5th birthday, is a competitive dragon boat racer and also recently gave birth to a healthy baby girl. In this book, Nicole is quoted as:

I never forget that I have diabetes. It covers almost every thought I have … how I feel when my blood sugars are going up, what I am going to eat when I am going to exercise, and what effect stress or illness will have on my blood sugars … I sometimes think it’s attention to detail makes me nervous or anxious.But then I say to myself, this is how I ride. “

This is a pretty good encapsulation of how many of these women cope. Diabetes is what it is; you do what you need to do to keep it in place so you can do the things you love about A great philosophy, IMHO! Did you know that a working parachute is “a simple glider with seating for a pilot and a passenger and the safest and most economical way to experience aviation sports today?” I haven’t read this book.Today Suzi Vietti, who has been living with T1 diabetes for over 50 years and was 64 when this book hit the press, is piloting one of these things. Her story is one of the brightest because she overcame some major challenges; Susie grew up in rural Kansas and was diagnosed at the age of 14 while her family dealt with her World War II father’s post-traumatic alcohol abuse. She, of course, worked on the primitive tools of diabetes for many years. Much later in 2003, she was diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis, a rare autoimmune disease that affects your spinal cord and could hardly stand for a while.“She clearly decided not to sit and watch her world go by from a wheelchair or a bed. She will run, cycle, drive, climb, hike and fly through life, ”the book says. Indeed, Susi emerged as a “Renaissance woman” who paints, decorates, teaches, lectures, flies a plane, climbs rocks and runs half marathons. Wow Wow wow!

Of course, we are not all Superman, and we don’t want or shouldn’t be. But I really think we can all take

IN Inspiration from the spirit and determination of this woman is the key theme of this collection of stories.

It seemed to me that I want to meet them all! Luckily for me, I met several women profiled in the book: Vieira Ginger, a defender and strength athlete who submitted a series of video reviews to our test kitchen; Brandy Barnes, founder of DiabetesSisters, whose conferences include yoga, Zumba and belly dancing classes; Sheri Kohlberg-Oaks, diabetes and exercise research expert and renowned author and speaker; Monique Hanley, Team Type 1 cyclist; and Zippora Karz, a Type 1 prima ballerina, turned a lawyer who wrote a book about her own life and recently released a children’s book for little aspiring dancers T1.In fact, I only met Zippora on the phone for a few interviews, but it was love in the first chat!

On the bodybuilding front, along with Ginger Vieira, Melissa Pritchard impressed me with her buff and sheer iron will. She was diagnosed at the age of 16 during a volleyball gym physical exam – bummer! However, she was accused of continuing her goal of becoming a competitive bodybuilder and eventually winning the heavyweight divisions of women.She had a career as a Registered Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE), and Medtronic Diabetes Area Manager – not to mention her own children and four dogs to look after. According to the book, “Melissa is preparing for her dream of competing successfully nationally and globally in bodybuilding.”

Whew – and I thought I had a lot! Everyone, author Jones-Ambrosini manages to profile women participating in a dizzying array: softball, hiking, mountaineering, cycling, triathlons, swimming, bodybuilding, power lifts, yoga, wrestling, marathon running, basketball, ice hockey, speed skating, football, equestrian sports, stand-up boating, sailing, golfing, dancing and of course boat races in boats and airplanes and parachute piloting.

Note that Ambrosini has lived with type 1 diabetes since 1962 and is involved in sports himself, hence her passion for the topic. She is a New York-based freelance writer who has served for many years on the board of both the former Diabetes Association and the Sports Association (now InsulinDependence) and the American Diabetes Association in New York. Lilly for Life’s accomplishments, and her bio, charmingly states, “When you’re not writing, walking, tai chi, or creating recipes, her time is devoted to family, friends, theater, gardening, travel and above all, to the greatest ‘type 3’ on this side of heaven, her 38-year-old husband, Danny Ambrosini. “

In short, this 250-page collection of women’s stories won’t disappoint – especially if you’re in need of some fearsome display of inner strength with diabetes. These women have peaks.

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In February, most of us think about romantic love. Whether you’re in a relationship or flying alone, filling your love tank is only possible when you focus on love first.

There is a great misconception that self-love is selfish. In fact, it is about treating yourself with the same compassion and care as others.Taking care of yourself increases your ability to be close to others.

Take some time this month to feed yourself. These inspirational readings from advocates of self-love will help you rebuild your positive relationship with yourself and your life.

True goal: love your body, eat without fear, feed your spirit, discover true balance!

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Yoga teacher and inspiring speaker Katherine Budig is known for her ability to inspire others to set and achieve goals, no matter how high, while remaining true to herself.In her new book, she gives you the tools to fall in love with yourself. Whether your goal is to love yourself as you are now, to change your outlook on food, develop a meditative practice, or discover new ways of experiencing the great balancing act that is life, this holistic approach to yoga, diet and mindfulness has something to do with it. for you. Filled with vibrant photos and whimsical illustrations, this guide is as beautiful as it is life changing.

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Gifts of Imperfection: Let go of who you think you should be and accept who you are

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In Gifts of Imperfection, Brené Brown, a leading expert on shame, authenticity, and belonging, shares 10 views on the power of sincere living – a way of communicating with the world from a place of dignity. She explores how we can develop courage, compassion and connection in order to wake up in the morning and think: “Whatever has been done and how much has not been done yet is enough for me, and at night I go to bed thinking: yes, I am sometimes afraid, but I’m brave too.And yes, I am imperfect and vulnerable, but that does not change the truth that I am worthy of love and belonging.

Mastering Your Vileness: A No-BS Guide to Silencing Your Inner Critic and Getting Wildly Rich, Fabulously Healthy and Torn with Love

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In this inspiring, upbeat guide, Australian life coach Melissa Ambrosini offers a practical plan for creating your own version of a fucking awesome life – incredibly rich, fabulously healthy and bursting with love.Designed to get you out of stupidity and into action, this is a must read if you’re ready to let go of your mean girl and start living the life of your dreams.

(Available March 22, 2016)

How to Love Yourself (and Sometimes Other People): Spiritual Tips for Modern Relationships

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This book is for spiritual seekers who want to experience more love and stability in all forms of relationships. Seen from the unique perspectives of authors Meggan Watterson and Lodro Rinzler, this book explores methods for staying anchored at the heart of self-love as you navigate the natural (and often turbulent) cycle of relationships.Their dual perspectives as teachers and scholars of Christian mysticism and Buddhism foster a rich and engaging dialogue that encompasses everything from sex, self-esteem, falling in love (and from) love, deep friendships to breakdowns – and how to keep an open heart through it all.

Radical Self-Love: A Guide to Loving Yourself and Living Your Dream

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It’s time to throw off the shackles of expectation and judgment and start living from your heart.It’s time to amaze yourself with how wonderful your life can be. It’s time to treat every day like a holiday! At Radical Self-Love, you will discover exactly what makes you so great, and you will receive a range of tools and techniques to help you express your ideal life.

Adventures for Your Soul: 21 Ways to Transform Your Habits and Unleash Your Full Potential

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In this book, I take readers on a journey to discover their true nature.By identifying their main barriers and sabotage habits, readers are encouraged to remove those blocks of fear by focusing on how their life feels rather than how it looks.

This book will help you fall in love with yourself and your life by teaching you that you are important and your dreams deserve to be realized. Only by changing the way you see yourself can you ultimately live life to the fullest.

Pretty Happy: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body

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Like everyone else, Kate Hudson is constantly on the move, working, caring for her family, fulfilling her responsibilities and nurturing her relationships.In “Pretty Happy,” Kate talks to readers about how she respects her relationship with herself through exercise, healthy eating, and continually redefining goals. She doesn’t stick to unrealistic standards of excellence and then gives up when she fails.

Crazy in love with me: a daring adventure to be your best friend

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This breakthrough self-love book takes you beyond the idea of ​​loving, appreciating and caring for yourself in courageous actions that will help you experience it.

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