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About walkthetalkshow

Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis is fun, yet fundamentally serious. The show has been described as "The Daily Show of mindfulness," spreading the good news beyond the choir to those who weren't sure they gave a care. Walk the Talk is dedicated to bringing the good news beyond the choir and to the masses via fun, yet fundamentally serious conversations with inspiring figures, both famous and everyday. The videos are hip, fun, accessible, professional and available through elephantjournal.com (voted #1 for #green content on Twitter in US for two years running, and a Top 10 US #green and #spirituality web site), Huffington Post (where Waylon has a popular column), Care2, Intent.com, Twilight Earth and a dozen other partner sites.

Walk the Talk Show: Running with the Mind of Meditation

“It seems we all agree that training the body through exercise, diet, and relaxation is a good idea, but why don’t we think about training our minds?” 


Waylon Lewis, founder of Elephant Journal, speaks with legendary meditation teacher and marathon runner Rinpoche Sakyong Mipham about his upcoming book, Running with the Mind of Meditation.

You can tune into Walk the Talk LIVE every other week at Elephant Journal. The next show will be live-streamed next Thursday, April 12 at 6pm MST.

Walk the Talk Show: The Power of the Entrepreneur (video)

“The most effective solution in our hands is not social action. It’s entrepreneurship.”

In this episode of the Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis, Daniel Epstein discusses how entrepreneurship can be an effective tool for social change. He is founder of the Unreasonable Institute, an organization that brings entrepreneurs together to learn to learn from one another and connect with investors to help make their visions reality.

You can tune into Walk the Talk LIVE every other week at Elephant Journal. The next show will be live-streamed tomorrow, March 22 at 6pm MST.

 

Walk the Talk Show: John Douillard on Ayurveda, Burning Fat & Coffee (video)

Is it true that Americans get too much protein? Is it better to have small meals throughout the day or to eat three square meals? Is coffee bad for you?

Waylon Lewis, founder of ElephantJournal.com, interviews John Douillard about an Ayurvedic perspective on the modern American diet. You can tune into Walk the Talk LIVE every other week at Elephant Journal. The next show will be live-streamed tomorrow, March 8 at 6pm MST with special guests Frank Berliner and Laura Ruby.

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