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009: My Birthday Episode!

I am now officially 55 years old.  When considering what I want for my birthday, I decided to make a list. That got me thinking, why don’t we celebrate every day like it’s our birthday?  On this episode of the podcast, I want to share my list of birthday bucket-list items for each day, not just my birthday.

I am taking control of my life and asking for things that I want. In this episode, you will hear how I am taking control in my life. I share a few stories how far I have come in the changes I am making.  I made my birthday bucket-list for every day. I would love to hear what’s on your birthday bucket-list. Email me your list at ShemaneHealthyHappy@gmail.com

 

You’ll Learn:

  • [01:40] – Have more fun, less heartache.
  • [03:02] – I don’t want to let haters bother me. I share my recent experience with my husband, Ted, Kid Rock, and Sarah Palin in the White House and Oval Office.  We received a lot of hate for this, and I share how it impacted me.
  • [09:13] – I go through several other items on my birthday bucket-list.
  • [09:53] – I would like to be more assertive. In my 20’s, I was a people-pleaser. I share a story with how I have advanced in this area of life.
  • [12:51] – I want to be healthy. My health has to be my priority, every single day.
  • [14:02] – I share an example of taking control of my life.

 

For more information like I shared with you today, pick up my book, 4 Minutes a Day, Rock ‘n Roll Your Way to Happy: Be Happier, Healthier, More Prosperous, and Life the Life of Your Dreams

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008: Journey to Peaceful Living


This Week’s Episode:
On this episode, I’m joined by my friend and business partner, April O’Leary. April wrote Ride the Wave: Journey to Peaceful Living, which is an amazing book. This episode was recorded in April’s car, as she took me to the airport.

In this episode, you will hear April, and I discuss her book. She explains how taking ownership of situations can help us overcome. There is a real danger in having a victim mentality. April got me started on Isagenix, and we also talk about the Isabody Challenge.

Connect with April O’Leary:
Website – http://apriloleary.com

You’ll Learn:
● [01:20] – April explains why she wrote her book, Ride the Wave: Journey to Peaceful Living.
● [02:53] – Shemane explains that none of us get out of life unscathed. April shares how ownership plays a role in overcoming these situations.
● [05:43] – April talks about the danger of a victim mentality.
● [07:30] – We talk about Isagenix and the importance of putting healthy and positive food in our bodies.
● [09:29] – April talks about the Isabody Challenge. She shares her incredible dedication to this challenge.
● [11:16] – April talks about sacrificing and swapping out foods.

For more information like I shared with you today, pick up my book, 4 Minutes a Day, Rock ‘n Roll Your Way to Happy: Be Happier, Healthier, More Prosperous, and Life the Life of Your Dreams

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005: 7 Steps on How to Fight at Cold

This Week’s Episode:

My husband, Ted Nugent, recently went on a trip and got sick.  I know that prevention is key to keeping sickness away.  I doubled up on my vitamins and made sure I got my greens.  Well, a few weeks later, Ted got sick again and this time, I wasn’t so vigilant.  I let my guard down and caught his cold!

In this episode, you are going to hear my seven steps on how to fight a cold.  Sure, it’s best not to get sick at all, but sometimes it happens, and these steps will help you recover from the illness.  For more information like I shared with you today, pick up my book, 4 Minutes a Day, Rock ‘n Roll Your Way to Happy: Be Happier, Healthier, More Prosperous, and Life the Life of Your Dreams

You’ll Learn:

  • [00:34] – Ted recently went on a trip and came home sick with a cold.  After recovering, he got sick again!
  • [02:03] – Step #1:  Note the day you first have symptoms. Write down the symptoms and when you first noticed them.
  • [02:36] – Step #2: Check with your doctor on the 2nd or 3rd day you have the symptoms of a cold. 
  • [03:25] – Step #3: REST!  Get caught up on some Netflix.
  • [04:54] – Step #4: Wipe down every surface.  This keeps you from reinfecting yourself and others in your household.
  • [05:11] – Step #5: REST!
  • [05:26] – Step #6: Be proactive with chicken soup, Kleenex, honey and lemon, chamomile tea, cough lozenges, and whiskey. 
  • [06:47] – Step #7: Don’t work out.
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004: Understanding Functional Medicine with Dr. Pamela Hughes

This Week’s Episode:

Dr. Pamela Hughes joins me on this episode of This Rockin’ Life.  I really enjoyed speaking with Pamela and I think you will get a lot out of our discussion.

In this conversation, you will hear Pamela’s backstory and how she ended up in Florida. She also explains how her husband’s injury led to her interest in functional medicine.  Pamela shares the joy that receives by getting people off drugs and getting them to feel well without that medication.  You will hear Pamela and I talk about the toxins we are putting our bodies and how techniques that The Hughes Center for Functional Medicine uses, like IV minerals and cleansing/detoxing through Isagenix can help people get healthy. 

Connect with Dr. Pamela Hughes:

The Hughes Center for Functional Medicine

You’ll Learn:

  • [00:40] – Pamela explains how she ended up in Naples, Florida.
  • [01:50] – Pamela describes herself.  She is determined and has a passion for people and medicine. This is a path that started in 8th grade.
  • [04:21] – I share how Pamela and I met. 
  • [05:17] – Pamela shares her experience in the military. This led to her interest in functional medicine. She describes her husband’s recovery through functional medicine.
  • [08:33] – We talk about the reasons to drink water out of glass.  We also discuss the dangers of chemicals that seem into the food and beverages we drink.
  • [11:29] – IV minerals are incredibly beneficial. I receive those treatments when I visit the Hughes Center and Pamela shares why these treatments are important. 
  • [15:30] – Pamela discusses stress and the seriousness of having stress in your life. 
  • [17:20] – Pamela and I share the products that we’ve recently started and how those are affecting our lives.
  • [22:05] – Pamela shares some of the common symptoms they treat at the Hughes Center for Functional Medicine.  Pamela talks about a wellness program she is putting together. 
  • [26:04] – Pamela explains why she likes to see people when they are healthy. 
  • [27:28] – Pamela talks about Isagenix, cleansing and detoxing.
  • [29:43] – Pamela shares the results she’s experienced with Isagenix.
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003: Become MindLESS, not MindFUL, with Dr. Kapil Gupta


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This Week’s Episode:

Dr. Kapil Gupta joins me on this episode. Dr. Gupta is a personal advisor to celebrities and professional athletes who want to take their lives and performances to the next level.

In this conversation, we discuss Dr. Gupta’s new book, Atmamum and his philosophies.  You will hear Dr. Gupta explain why he believes in mindlessness and he explains how this is where “the zone” is.  He also shares his opinion on the formulaic recipe tendencies of modern-day culture.  Dr. Gupta’s comments on parenting are interesting and you’re going to want to hear his thoughts.  This conversation has changed my life and I hope it gives you a new perspective on yours.

Connect with Dr. Kapil Gupta:

Website: http://www.kapilguptamd.com/

Email: kapil@kapilguptamd.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/KapilGuptaMD

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KapilGuptaMD

You’ll Learn:

  • [01:30] – When asked to describe himself, Dr. Gupta calls himself a “fascinating student of life.”
  • [02:25] – Dr. Gupta shares his background and explains how his early life shaped his philosophies.
  • [03:47] – Dr. Gupta works with professional athletes. He explains that the higher the stage, the more need there is for the kind of support he provides.
  • [05:35] – Dr. Gupta explains how he works with professional athletes. Though his own experimentation, he discovered what “the zone” is.
  • [10:34] – Dr. Gupta says that formulaic tendencies of modern-day culture leads to mediocrity.
  • [12:30] – Dr. Gupta does not believe it’s difficult to block things out. He explains that “difficulty is only possible when one feels that he has a choice.”
  • [18:40] – In his book, Dr. Gupta says that parents don’t really love their children and parenting is a burden. He explains these comments.  He discusses the difference between love and attachment.
  • [23:40] – Dr. Gupta says, “The ability to curb involuntary thought is the pathway to achieving everything you want in your life.” He goes on to share his thoughts on mindfulness. He feels that we are at our best when we are mindless.
  • [31:44] – If you are just starting out with meditating, Dr. Gupta shares some recommendations.
  • [34:49] – Dr. Gupta talks about the idea of competitiveness. He says that we operate at our best when we are relaxed.
  • [38:17] – Dr. Gupta says that he wishes we had a near-death experience once every three months. He explains this opinion.

 

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002: Ted Nugent: What Inspires and Motivates the Guitar Legend?


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This Week’s Episode:

You are probably quite familiar with my guest on this episode. Not only has he carved a permanent place in rock and roll history, but he’s also my husband.  Ted Nugent has sold more than 40 million albums and performed in more than 6,400 concerts, and still finds time to be an activist for the military and law enforcement.  He is the most outspoken proponent of our nation’s 1st and 2nd Ammendment rights.  I am thrilled to have him on this episode of This Rockin’ Life.

In this conversation, you will hear Ted Nugent share the opinions and beliefs that make him an inspiration to people all over the world.  Like everyone, Ted has been faced with obstacles and he has consistently made decisions that align themselves with the way he was raised. This has allowed him to overcome these barriers.  If you are feeling stuck in life, Ted gives you advice on how to be the rockstar of your life.

Connect with Ted Nugent:

Website: http://tednugent.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tednugent

You’ll Learn:

  • [01:52] – Ted describes how he sees himself, as an “independent shit-kicker”. He feels that he is what God had in mind when he created man in his image.
  • [04:31] – Ted has faced obstacles in life and he explains how he overcomes these obstacles while staying true to his overall philosophies though a level of awareness.
  • [07:28] – Ted explains why he has avoided drugs and alcohol.
  • [10:08] – If you are feeling stuck, Ted explains how to dream big and be the rockstar of your life. He encourages you to demand excellence from yourself.
  • [12:48] – Ted’s heroes are people that excel in their job. He lists a few people that he admires.

 

 

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001: Introduction to This Rockin’ Life!


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My love for radio began in 1980, when I was a newscaster at a college radio station, and then, I met my husband, Ted Nugent, when I was a traffic reporter at a rock’n roll radio station in Detroit. After getting married, raising a child and becoming an International Fitness Presenter, I still felt like something was missing in my life. 

I’m a seeker.  I want answers to the most important questions in life like, what’s my purpose in life….how can I be healthier, happier, more prosperous, and how can I eat chocolate cake and not gain a pound?  

Doesn’t everyone?

I love hearing about what makes people tick, how they got to where they are today, what inspires them, and what their successes and failures are.

This Rockin’ Life is an educational, enlightening and entertaining podcast that will encompass a variety of topics from experts that can help you live an amazing life – a Rockin Life!