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In this mental health podcast, certified life coach Greg Audino answers listeners' questions on life and all its complexities.
Both coaching and therapy can be beneficial to your mental health, depending on what you're seeking. Learn about what life coaching is and how it differs from therapy.
Don't feel weird or crazy for whatever struggles you're having in life. Reach out to us, and remember that you're helping others out there when you send in a question to get answered! (All questions are kept anonymous to respect your privacy.)
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Got something on your mind? Send it over to advice AT oldpodcast DOT com and Greg may feature your question in a future episode! 📧
P.S. Check the archives to see if your question was previously asked by someone else.
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Greg Audino is a Rhode Island-born certified life coach and graduate of Goucher College. As an actor, he has had principal roles on shows like Westworld and NCIS. He is the host of Optimal Relationships Daily as of 2020, and also hosts the Optimal Living Advice show where he offers solutions to common everyday struggles.
Show Questions Include
- How do I move past childhood disappointments? (ep. 27)
- How do I help friends in need? (ep. 29)
- How can I deal with social anxiety as an introvert? (ep. 33)
- How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome (ep. 58)
- Should I Follow My Dreams or Be Realistic? (ep. 56)
Read the Transcripts
If you'd like to browse through the transcripts, check out the blog archives for Optimal Living Advice.
What Others are Saying
“Offers a refreshingly grounded and philosophical approach to the self-development industry.” – Thrive Global
“Audino sees his personal experiences in Hollywood tying directly to his beliefs regarding mental health.” – Hollywood Reporter
“Greg is a great host. I appreciate his passion and gained tremendous value listening to the episode on finding and living one's purpose.” – Shaolin Soprano (iTunes)