Human Connection Specialist and Create the Love founder Mark Groves hosts the world’s brightest thought-leaders, spiritual luminaries, authors and health and wellness experts to discuss the good, bad, messy and beautiful parts of the human experience.
Recently I had the honour of hosting a webinar on relational patterns (and how to change them) with one of the top psychologists in the game, Vienna Pharaon. Vienna is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist practicing out of New York City and is an absolute master at helping people identify their relational patterns, where they came from and ultimately, how to change them. I wanted to share this Q&A with you so you can hear other's stories and perhaps identify parts of your own within them.
Today you get a very special solo episode that I'm so pumped for you to hear! Recently I was asked to give a talk to the community over at Almost 30, which is one of the Top 50 Podcasts globally — and for good reason! Co-hosts Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik have created an amazing, inclusive platform to fuel conscious evolution and I had SO much fun giving this talk that I knew I had to share it with you. I was definitely in the zone for this one!
Shannon Kaiser is a world-renowned spiritual and self-love teacher, speaker, and empowerment coach whose work I have admired and followed for many years. A bestselling author of five books on the psychology of happiness and fulfillment―including her new book Return to You: 11 Spiritual Principles for Unshakable Inner Peace― she guides people to awaken and align to their true selves so they can live their highest potential.
In all of the years I have been doing this work and the thousands and thousands of messages I receive, codependency is by far one of the biggest issues I see. Over-functioning, over-delivering, people pleasing and ignoring your own needs? I’ve definitely been there! That’s why this week, I’m re-releasing one of my most popular episodes EVER to break down what exactly codependency is and how to break free from this unhealthy behavioural pattern.
One night during his divorce, Matthew Fray started a blog. He needed to figure out how his ex-wife went from the 18 year old college freshman who adored him to the angry woman who thought he was a jerk and left him. As he pieced together the story of his marriage and its end, Matthew began to realize a hard truth: even though he was a decent guy, he was a bad husband.
Today's episode is all about exploring the inner healing journey and how to uncover layers of conditioning so you can be finally be present with your true self, your intuition, and the innate wisdom that already exists within you.
Drew Manning is a fitness trainer, motivator, New York Times best-selling author, and creator of the Fit2Fat2Fit movement where he shares the lessons learned from his personal experiences of gaining and losing over 75 pounds.
This week I'm bringing my good friend, author, speaker and coach Sylvester McNutt back on the podcast to chat about the often abstract topic of self-love. WTF does loving yourself even mean, anyway? What does self-love look like, and more importantly, why does it really matter? If you've asked yourself these questions, then firstly, you're not alone. And second, this episode is for you! Grab a mug of something delicious, settle in and get ready to take charge of your worth.
This week I’m thrilled to have Peter Crone, AKA the Mind Architect, join me on the podcast for mind-blowing episode. Peter works with everyone from world-class athletes to stay-at-home parents to redesign the subconscious mind. We exist within limiting mental constructs that dictate our thoughts, feelings, actions, and the results we experience, and Peter helps people and groups step outside of the world as they know it by identifying mental constructs that have been holding them back.
Laura McKowen is the bestselling author of We Are The Luckiest: The Surprising Magic of a Sober Life and the forthcoming sobriety manifesto, Push Off From Here. Following a long, successful career in the Mad Men-esque drinking culture of advertising, Laura got sober and quickly became recognized as a fresh voice in recovery, beloved for her soulful and irreverent writing online and in print. She has been published in The New York Times and her work has appeared in The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, the Today show, and more. In 2020, Laura founded The Luckiest Club, a global sobriety support organization.
Mark is one of the best, he will force you to look into yourself and see yourself in a way that can only make you better. Truly wonderful. Thanks Mark!!!!
Love this podcast!!! Never boring, always full of lightbulb moments!! And a great sense of humor too to keep the tough stuff light.
I find myself returning to this podcast again and again. As life has carried me through quite the journey the last few years, I find peace and understanding in the topics Mark covers and the way he approaches them. Often times I am moved to tears because I relate so deeply, or find myself simply feeling seen and understood. There is so much to learn here by simply listening.
I listen to many relationship oriented podcasts and there are many great ones. Mark’s is the best because of how he picks his guests, how the topics are relatable on so many levels, and how encouraging and inspiring he is. ❤️
Mark Groves says it perfectly every time, he is impeccable in the way he uses words to reach the deepest parts of your true self and does not hold back, always refreshing and empowering listening to him speak as well as with his guests. I will always recommend!
I absolutely love listening to everything Mark has to say! Just listen. It will change your life in many ways. It really has done that for me.
Mark groves podcast has truly changed my life and how I see the world. His words and the guests that he brings on his podcast are true inspiration to personal growth. ❤️
What a delight it is to listen to this podcast. I am in total admiration for the full spectrum discussions and enlivening conversations taking place here. Mark, thank you for sharing your truth and heart with us and all your guests for their brave and wondrous expertise on such potent areas of important and life changing topics. Keep the good energy flowing and thank you from the depth of my being. Rock on 🤙🏽