How One Simple Act Could Massively Transform Your Brain Chemistry Today - The Power of Kindness with John Wang

December 22, 2016
In this episode we discuss the incredible power of kindness, show how kindness triggers “the helpers high” and causes dopamine and oxytocin to flow through your brain, look at study data from 136 countries showing science behind why kindness is so powerful, we walk through several concrete examples you can use RIGHT NOW to take action and be kind to someone today, and much more with John Wang.
John Wang has spent the past several years researching the scientifically proven benefits that being kind to others has on our own lives. Making us not only happier, but healthier, and even more attractive! John is also the founder of The One Kindness Challenge which transformed a personal experience into a mission to spread the healing powers of kindness. Through unique accessories called kindness bands, The One Kindness Challenge seeks to remind us to commit at least one act of kindness each day and to help spread the message of kindness wherever we go. 
  • How John’s personal challenge transformed into a mission
  • John’s Lessons learned from taking homeless people out to lunch for a year
  • How John’s visit to Nepal after the Nepalese earthquake changed his life
  • The evolutionary purpose of Kindness 
  • Why people aren’t kind often enough
  • Johns experience from practicing radical honesty for an entire year
  • What is the one kindness challenge?
  • We walk through the feelings and experiences of a moment of kindness
  • Kindness is triggered by the Vagus Nerve
  • How kindness triggers “the helpers high” and causes dopamine and oxytocin to flow through your brain
  • Even the smallest acts can trigger the same effect as large acts of kindness
  • Consistency in kindness it he MOST important thing
  • 21 day challenge will transform your life
  • Why kindness is more important now than ever
  • How one Uber ride can change your life 
  • Its not about the words its about making a connection
  • How social media has replaced real connection with fake connections
  • How a single smile could transform someone’s life
  • We dig deep into the science behind kindness
  • How study data from 136 countries showcased the incredible power of kindness
  • We walk through several concrete examples you can use RIGHT NOW to take action and be kind to someone TODAY
  • John shares some incredibly inspiring stories from his own life about sharing and creating kindness
  • Research data showing how kindness literally makes you live longer
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