How do you make a career out of doing what you love?
The path may be long and squiggly, but we now have living proof that you can get there, too.
Joining us on the show today is a dear friend, fellow musician and health entrepreneur, Justin Nault.
Justin is a certified nutritional therapist and health coach, host of The Clovis Culture podcast, and also a talented musician who’s been entertaining crowds—including us—across the U.S. for over 15 years now.
Justin received his bachelor’s degree from the Berkeley College of Music. Some of his original tunes have been featured in popular films and TV shows, and he even appeared as a contestant on the ABC reality TV show series, The Big Time.
And on today’s show, we’re chatting about:
- Why health is a survival skill
- Making a career out of doing what you love
- Positive forms of escapism
- The dark side of the music industry
- Reconnecting with our ancestral roots in music, song and dance
- Health benefits of singing with your loved ones
- The craft of learning new things instead of Netflix binging—no judgment here
- And tons more…
Now, onto the show with our friend Justin.
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And since it’s the holidays, as a bonus surprise, here’s an original Christmas tune that Justin recorded just for you…
Where To Find Justin Nault
Find Justin Nault on JustinNault.com. And check out iamclovis.com to get Justin’s podcast, blog, browse the store, see community transformations and more.
You can find the Clovis Culture Podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Anchor, and Podbay.fm.
And be sure to like, follow and be friends with Justin Nault on Instagram @theclovisculture, on Twitter @clovisnutrition, @theclovisculture on Facebook, and on YouTube @theclovisculture.
Before You Go…
Here’s the review of the week that came in on Apple…
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Abel and Alyson James always share healthy tips and I always want to comment. But as soon as I heard this podcast I just had to thank you for the content.
Have a great day.”
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Alright, one more quick thing before you go—really important.
As you may know, about a year and a half ago, my wife and I were poisoned by carbon monoxide in our sleep from a malfunctioning furnace that was not repaired at a rental place that we were staying in. That rental also did not have functioning carbon monoxide detectors.
So one thing, just a quick encouragement out there, make sure that you have carbon monoxide detectors in your house.
Here are a few options (good for stocking stuffers!):
If you have any sort of gas lines or furnaces going on, any sort of heating source that might be not running clean, make sure that it’s up-to-date.
You have carbon monoxide detectors and smoke detectors—you want both.
And make sure they have fresh batteries in them. It could save your life and the lives of the people you love.
I’m very lucky to be standing here today. But it was really rough coming back from that, as you guys know. I didn’t know if I would ever come back. Because it’s rough, I would never wish carbon monoxide poisoning on my worst enemy. It’s really rough.
So replace your batteries, make sure you have the smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors in your vehicles, cars, anywhere you’re sleeping, especially.
Alright, enough of that, I’ll take my safety hat off.
Thank you once again for being with us here today and listening in this episode of the Fat-Burning Man show with Justin Nault.
Do you see health as a survival skill, as well? Ever experience an uplifted mood or health benefits from singing with your loved ones? Drop a comment below!