March 31, 2019

How To Become Social Without Alcohol with James Swanwick

James Swanwick is an Australian-American with a background in journalism, having interviewed Hollywood actors such as Brad Pitt, Jack Nicholson and Angelina Jolie and now describes himself as a “healthpreneur.”

James talks about the many health benefits of an alcohol free life.

He has started several companies around health and growth-minded activities, including the 30 Day No Alcohol Challenge.

James also shares his tips on how to create businesses which promotes freedom, so you can work from anywhere in the Globe, as James does.

In this episode we also discuss the benefits of a good night of sleep which both James and Nathalie are passionate about. 

Nathalie has had benefits from reducing her alcohol consumption just like James has.

She discusses her view that we live in a society which encourages social drinking and that this can often hold us back.

James has created a sense of community with having to utilize alcohol.

Tens of thousands of people have quit alcohol with James’ guidance through his 30-day program and his 90-day program aimed at business executives.

He shares success stories that he regularly receives through online messages.

James hosts parties that are alcohol-free, and he doesn’t even have to think about it anymore because it feels so natural.

We hear about the journal entries that James writes every morning that activates his brain for the rest of the day.

 In this episode we have a challenge for you! Can you do it? Tune in to find out more...

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