THE MIKHAILA PETERSON PODCAST

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It’s my 100th Mikhaila Peterson Podcast episode day. I can’t believe it. I’m releasing a Q and A in a few hours to celebrate. It would’ve been a fancy episode with some famous person but the last month has been crazy and I couldn’t manage it. So you guys get lil ol’ me talking to myself.

This last year was really tough with family health struggles. It’s still tough. It was a hard year for a lot of people and I cannot thank you guys enough for listening and commenting and sharing and supporting me.

These podcasts have taught me so much, and have given me a break when I really needed one. They’ve allowed me to connect with experts in almost any field. It’s been a lot of work but it doesn’t feel like work. (Except setting up a studio which feels a lot like work and I’ve done in multiple different countries. Never did I think or want to get good at tech. I hate setting up a studio 😬).

I couldn’t have done it without Andrey Korikov watching my childling, helping with crazy personal situations and letting me carve out time to work on the podcasts, on top of everything else I do.

I couldn’t have done it without Eric Foster doing production. He offered to help me last year and pushed me to start a podcast in the first place, producing episodes for free at first. I wouldn’t have managed to get started without him. I didn’t have capacity.

Ben Wallace has been creating graphics, doing social media, monitoring all my projects, helping create websites (working on merch!) Reminding me to do things, pushing me to get content out.

There are other people who have contributed for sure but I thought these guys deserved a special mention. Thank you all so much. Also thanks @Matthew McConaughey for coming on because wow Matthew McConaughey came on. 😀

Questions:

Intro – [00:00]
“What are you up to?” – [00:37]
“What’s your Big 5 Score?” – [02:20]
“Have you become friends with any of your podcast guests?” – [04:17]
“What was it like growing up with @Jordan B Peterson as a dad?” [05:24]
“Have you ever played video games?” [06:23]
“What is your opinion on having friends with polar opposite political and social views?” – [06:42]
“Are you going to release a book in the future, and what would it be about?” – [07:10]
“Has your experience getting … twice changed your opinion regarding lockdowns?” – [08:33]
“How are your Rheumatoid Arthritis symptoms?” – [09:39]
“How do you grow your podcast audience?” – [10:45]
“In which ways is Scarlett like you and not like you?” – [11:00]
“What does a day in your life look like?” – [12:28]
“Are you sick of lobsters yet?” – [14:51]
“Who’s the most attractive member of your team?” – [15:24] – Asked by @RealLifeBen … Poor competition choice, my brother — Eric.
“What’s your skincare routine?” – [16:18]
“How do you manage to do so many things at the same time” – [17:14]
“What’s the worst steak you’ve ever had?” – [19:45]
“How do you discipline your children?” – [20:43]
“Are you more like your mom, or your dad?” – [23:18]
“What are your hobbies?” – [24:43]

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Mikhaila Peterson (@mikhailapeterson Instagram) is a 28 year old mother, CEO, health influencer, writer and founder of the Lion Diet, from Toronto, Canada. She has put her idiopathic juvenile arthritis, severe depression (bipolar type II), and chronic fatigue (among other ailments) into remission using The Lion Diet - a beef, salt and water elimination diet. Although it may seem unorthodox, she’s thrived on it for over 2 years. Also recognized for her work with her father, Dr. Jordan B. Peterson (Canadian psychologist and author), she encourages others to take responsibility for every part of their physical and mental health, and teaches how to dramatically transform one's life by never giving up on yourself.

The Mikhaila Peterson Podcast is a podcast where host Mikhaila Peterson speaks with thought leaders, and industry changers - continually finding the best ways to improve the human experience. From stay at home mom’s to CEO’s, fitness enthusiasts to spiritual guides, nutrition researchers to health professionals - Mikhaila has interview-style conversations aimed at provoking thought, addressing difficult subjects, and speaking about topics that are generally shied away from.