Before I get into the today's episode, you need to know what's happening on Monday, the 6th of Feb. I'm doing a free webinar at 2pm EST on "How to quit weed and succeed". Here's what I'm going to cover:
- How to get a clear why (clarity)
- Where to start and what not to do (road map)
- Dealing with withdrawals, emotions and stress (coping tools)
- Getting to the source of desire (goodbye cravings)
- Life after marijuana (becoming unstoppable)
There will be also a special bonus at the end of the webinar, for anyone attending live.
Back to today's episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with BassGuyAVL2, a 67' year old resident of North Carolina, who's been smoking since the 1970s. Picking up the habit back then it was an all-out activity, being a young kid in high school. Going into the college, he failed first year, hence he decided to straighten himself out and get more responsible.
However the habit stayed, and it wasn't until his 50s when it became overbearing and it was time to quit. Using MA, he is now 15 years sober and proud of his achievements.
Unfortunately the audio might be slightly jittery sometimes, seeing his internet connection wasn't stable, but the episode is still very relatable.
Thanking BassGuyAVL2 for doing this, you are legend!
Towards the end I've played a video from Mathieu, an upcoming prodigy from Belgium, who I also featured on the E72. He started his YouTube channel and made a seriously uplifting and motivational video "Quit or Die". You can find him on YouTube under "mvddict" alias, please go and show him some love, his video and editing skills are next level!
Lastly, a shout to Anuj from Feedspot, he featured me again on his list "100 Best Marijuana Podcasts You Should Follow In 2023". Here's the link to the list:
See you all on Monday.
8PM CET / 2PM EST Free Webinar
9PM CET / 3PM EST Podcast Live Stream on YouTube
Over and out,
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