Who am I?
Hey there! I’m Chris Stefanick, host of the Choice Conversations podcast. I’m passionate about living life to the fullest. We only get one shot at our time on this planet, folks. This is not a dress rehearsal! With that in mind, I’m dedicated to helping people like you find success in all areas of your life. In my podcast, I interview experts across the field of personal development. We cover topics like:
- Holistic health, including physical, emotional, and spiritual health.
- Improving relationships, be they between parents and children,
romantic partners, or friends and family.
- Being successful with money and in business.
- Having a purposeful, fulfilling life.
- Finding peace and happiness.
Until I reached my mid-thirties, I was basically your average guy. I lived for sports and beer, and was going through life pretty much on cruise control. There was no introspection. I was so into fantasy football that not only was I the commissioner of the league, but over a 7 year span I went to the super bowl 6 times! I was that guy. It’s embarrassing when I think of how much time I poured into something as meaningless as fantasy football.
Then the “Great Recession” hit. I watched my retirement accounts get cut in half, and for the first time in my life I started to question what was going on. It was like waking up out of a haze. Researching the crash in the economy led me to researching politics. Next thing I knew I was questioning everything, things that in the past I wouldn’t have given a second thought. The scales fell from my eyes, as I learned that the mainstream narrative was a lie. Yet the biggest discovery of all came when I realized I wasn’t happy. I had all of the things that I was “supposed” to have: a job, a car, a house, a wife and kid, but I wasn’t happy.
I began consuming self-help books, podcasts and videos. I changed my diet and lost 30 pounds practically overnight. I started using productivity life hacks and was able to get much more done at my day job in just a fraction of the time. I healed my marriage and became the father I always wanted to be. Last but not least, I was happy. And I had found peace.
The path I’m on is documented in my podcast Choice Conversations. The show hasn’t always been strictly about personal development. It’s grown along with me. And we’re both still growing together. It’s a journey, not a destination. I invite you to give it a listen. Here is a recent episode where I talk about how modern, sedentary living is destroying our health:
Thank you for your time and good will. Make the choice to be great!