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An aggressive optimist, Jason believes strongly in the power of the individual to improve themselves and thus, the world.  Believing in the beauty of all things he finds true joy in interacting with unique individuals, helping them find their best possible self.  Be sure to subscribe to his podcast, Spinning Logic and sign up for his newsletter to be notified of new posts.

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Spinning Logic #80 – Matt Marr

Matt Marr is a narrative therapist with a masters degree in clinical psychology. He is a successful comedian, actor and occasional opera singer. On top of all of that he is the host of the Dear Mattie show. Matt combines his psychology background, humor and ability to communicate to help others overcome resistance to live the life that they want. On this podcast we discuss the evolution of our thinking, commercial acting, stand up comedy, the psychology of resistance and finding ways to just let yourself be awesome.

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Spinning Logic #79 – Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams is a professional past life regressionist and was one of my first guests on the podcast. Since that time she has become one of the biggest fans of the show and a personal friend of mine. In addition to her work as a spiritual healer, she is about to release a brand new book called Regression Healing: The Huntsman, the Lord High Mayor and the WWII Soldier. On this podcast we talk about the past life regression she did with me, in addition to the process of writing a book and the taking the idea of feeling energy from mystical to logical.

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Spinning Logic #78 – Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus

Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus is a sociologist who works as a sexuality and mindfulness speaker, as well as a relationship and intimacy counselor. She has been featured in countless media appearances, documentaries and has also written in dozens of publications. In this podcast we dive deep into the stigmas of sex, why it is so hard for us to discuss it, the value of open communication and our sexual function and dysfunction individually and as a society.

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Latest Podcasts

Spinning Logic #80 – Matt Marr

Matt Marr is a narrative therapist with a masters degree in clinical psychology. He is a successful comedian, actor and occasional opera singer. On top of all of that he is the host of the Dear Mattie show. Matt combines his psychology background, humor and ability to communicate to help others overcome resistance to live the life that they want. On this podcast we discuss the evolution of our thinking, commercial acting, stand up comedy, the psychology of resistance and finding ways to just let yourself be awesome.

read more

Spinning Logic #79 – Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams is a professional past life regressionist and was one of my first guests on the podcast. Since that time she has become one of the biggest fans of the show and a personal friend of mine. In addition to her work as a spiritual healer, she is about to release a brand new book called Regression Healing: The Huntsman, the Lord High Mayor and the WWII Soldier. On this podcast we talk about the past life regression she did with me, in addition to the process of writing a book and the taking the idea of feeling energy from mystical to logical.

read more

Spinning Logic #78 – Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus

Dr. Jenn Gunsaullus is a sociologist who works as a sexuality and mindfulness speaker, as well as a relationship and intimacy counselor. She has been featured in countless media appearances, documentaries and has also written in dozens of publications. In this podcast we dive deep into the stigmas of sex, why it is so hard for us to discuss it, the value of open communication and our sexual function and dysfunction individually and as a society.

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Spinning Logic #77 – Nick Pavlidis

Nick Pavlidis is a husband, father, public speaker, and podcast host. He is also the creator of Confessions of a Terrible Husband Lessons Learned from a Lumpy Couch where he helps people lead their lives in a way that encourages them to take personal responsibility over improving their relationships while maintaining an acceptable level of success in business and their careers.

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Spinning Logic #76 – Simone Anderson

Simone Anderson has had hundreds of thousands of followers on her incredible weight loss journey and she’s here to talk about how she found success avoiding common pitfalls. Since achieving her goal weight, she has made it her mission to help other individuals realize that they are worth the change. By documenting her journey through social media outlets, she lets the public get a glimpse of her day to day life, even when it means being vulnerable and in the process she has become a true inspiration to people all over the world.

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Spinning Logic #75 – Scott Roberts

Scott Roberts is a chilihead, BBQ’r, blogger, podcaster, columnist, voice-over artist, and proud patriot. He is recognized as one of the biggest authorities in the fiery foods industry. He has formally reviewed over 500 different hot sauces, barbecue sauces, condiments and seasonings of all kinds, and has tasted an estimated 4,000 sauces and spice mixes. Since 2008 he has maintained a prolific output of spicy product reviews, industry interviews with the top people and specialty manufacturers. He is the host of the Firecast and also maintains the most-followed Twitter account in the hot sauce industry.

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Memoirs

My Independence Day • Two Years Sober

Two years ago today I gave up alcohol. I consider July 6th to be my own Independence Day. That decision has given me the freedom to chase my dreams unencumbered by the passion dampening effects of a substance. Since then I have had the most empowering and productive two years of my life.

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Emotional Bank Account

Relationships are a series of emotional withdrawals and deposits you make with another person. A person who often makes more withdrawals than deposits. Those withdrawals come in the form of your time, love and attention.

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The Vitamin of Love

I think of Love like a vitamin that we all need. For some people Love is like Vitamin D and they can produce it internally, for others it is like Vitamin C and they must get it from an external source. For us to truly love others we must be able to produce love ourselves so we aren’t dependent on an external source, otherwise we just take love from others until they have nothing left to give.

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