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G.E.M.S w/ Tonya Franklin (3/25/20) [Following Your Heart/Music Distribution Advice]
Fun coaching session with Tonya Franklin. We talk about the importance of following your heart despite people’s judgement, Music distribution and social media journaling.
1:10:27
March 26, 2020
Brilliance Can’t Be Defined By Education (The Aaron Hill Podcast)
Brilliance Can’t Be Defined By Education (The Aaron Hill Podcast)
04:33
March 24, 2020
Negging (Emotional Manipulation) Pt 1
Negging (Emotional Manipulation) Pt 1 Here's the article: https://www.healthline.com/health/mental-health/negging
36:44
March 23, 2020
Aaron Hill @ Oneness CSL (2/23/20) Key Reflections [Piano Meditation Concert]
So much fun at this concert! My friends at Oneness CSL embraced the music and moment so well!! Hope you enjoy!
1:06:16
March 23, 2020
Generosity. Why It Feels Good To Give. (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/19/20
Generosity. Why It Feels Good To Give. (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/19/20 Definition - the quality of being kind, understanding, and not selfish : the quality of being generous. • Generosity can bring us a lot of joy, fulfillment and happiness but it depends on what mindset it's coming from. The 3 mindsets of generosity: 1. Unselfishly seeing and sharing with someone; having empathy,  compassion and kindness to share out of the desire to see the person  happy and with good well being. Non obligatory and/or not overly  attached to receiving in return. (Beneficial) 2. Giving because we don't feel like we deserve. Giving generously out of self pity. (Non-beneficial) 3. Giving out of obligation or fear. (Non-beneficial) Of these 3 mindsets it is important to monitor and be honest with  oneself about the source of the generosity when being generous to make  sure it's coming from a healthy as opposed to unhealthy place. •  Generosity can come in the form of giving time, money, attention and  even extending feelings of loving-kindness, patience, empathy, presence,  and even making space for another's feelings, preferences and opinions. • Some other practices of giving generosity include thanking people  more, smiling, making people feel seen, heard or like their feelings  matter and even something simple like giving a person your undivided  attention when they are sharing. * Practice gentleness with yourself and reflection as opposed to guilt during times when you don't feel generous. • Practice extending generosity with difficult as well as easy going  people to really build your resilience and giving capacity. .... without  being taken advantage of of course.. Remember, you're not condoning  negativity or detrimental behavior etc. You're activating change by  setting an example and not stooping to such low levels. •  Remember that 2 of the simplest but most impactful and effective ways to  apply generosity is to let someone be who they are (as long as they  aren't harming anyone) and to be present with someone during a tough  time. You may not be able to take away their pain or suffering but your  presence will make them feel like they are not alone.....which is  invaluable and irreplaceable.
42:50
March 23, 2020
F*** Vs. Flying F*** (The Aaron Hill Podcast)
A curious mind would like to know.... What’s the difference between not giving a f*** a not giving a “flying f***” ? Does the airborne aspect of the f*** increase its significance? 🤔 😂😂😂
21:55
March 23, 2020
What In The World Is Aaron Hill TV REALLY About?
Glad you asked :-) Here's the channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsiiMHezzLk_9puTy54EOaw Please subscribe and click the notifications button. You can also join my email list via my website below if you like. To help me to continue to make more content like this please consider supporting me using one of the methods below: Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/aaronhill PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/aaronhill28 Cash App: $aaronhill28 Go Fund Me: https://www.gofundme.com/f/90-day-productivity-campaign OR grab a song or two from one of my 2 stores: http://www.aaronhilltv.com (click on the music tab) http://www.fruitionmusicstore.net If nothing else, please consider joining my email list at http://www.aaronhilltv.com Please join me on my other social media homes: FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/aaronhilltv/ INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/aaronhill.tv/ YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsiiMHezzLk_9puTy54EOaw PODCAST https://anchor.fm/aaronhill MEDIUM https://medium.com/@aaronhilltv MY MUSIC https://aaronhillsmusic.com/
05:27
March 20, 2020
Celebrating Others' Success (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/12/20
Celebrating Others' Success (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/12/20 Sympathetic Joy - the feeling which arises when one regards all beings  (beginning with oneself and one's own family and friends but not  stopping there) with loving-kindness and then perceives those who are  happy and have created a lot of merit or even attained liberative  insight. Mudita (Hindi) - means joy; especially sympathetic or vicarious joy. Also: the pleasure that comes from delighting in other people's well-being.[1] The traditional paradigmatic example of this mind-state is the attitude  of a parent observing a growing child's accomplishments and  successes.[2] Mudita should not be confused with pride, as a person  feeling mudita may not have any interest or direct income from the  accomplishments of the other. Mudita is a pure joy unadulterated by  self-interest. When we can be happy of the joys other beings feel, it is called mudita; the opposite word is invidia Compersion - an empathetic state of happiness and joy experienced when  another individual experiences happiness and joy. ... It is commonly  used to describe when a person experiences positive feelings when a  lover is enjoying another relationship. It is an opposite of jealousy. - One goal is to get rid of the following negative narratives and assumptions. 1. Happiness is a limited commodity in this world. The more someone else has the less there's going to be for me. 2. Others have everything (and they always will) and I have nothing (and I always will). 3. Others always steal or intercept the lime light, rewards, accolades from me. (Competition and lack mindset) - Practice visualizing, meditating on and celebrating people who are  achieving in life in various ways and experiencing great levels of  happiness. You can do this by mentally directing thoughts and phrases of  loving-kindness toward them as well as physically and verbally  expressing your sentiments to them as well as celebrating with them in  various ways.
21:14
March 18, 2020
Retinue (A Word A Day) 3/18/20
Retinue (A Word A Day) 3/18/20
04:15
March 18, 2020
Indifference Vs. Equanimity (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/18/20
Indifference Vs. Equanimity (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/18/20 Equanimity - Balance that comes from seeing clearly and realistically. Having a healthy perspective on change. - mental calmness, composure, and evenness of temper, especially in a difficult situation. Letting go of the need to control. Indifference - lack of interest, concern, or sympathy. •  Indifference is the trait of lacking interest concern, sympathy or  enthusiasm in things. When you feel indifference for something, you  neither like it nor dislike it. If you are a person  who feels a lot of indifference, you probably say "eh," a lot. You just  don't care much. Indifference can be compared to apathy, which means  "lack of concern," though apathy is a little stronger: Apathy means you  don't care whether your friends call you; indifference means you don't  care what movie you end up seeing — you don't have a strong preference  for any of the choices. • Equanimity is spacious,  open, caring and warm. Indifference is cold, non caring and nonchalant.  From the outside they may look the same but internally they are worlds  apart. • The opposite of equanimity is reactivity.  Attachment and aversion. A cycle of holding on and pushing away.  Clinging to what we want to keep and having anger or fear for what we  don't. • Meditation allows us to feel pleasure and pain without attachment to either state. This balance is the state of equanimity. •  Sometimes we can feel that we will move into helplessness when we  accept things as they are. However acceptance helps us to rid ourselves  to resentment that keeps us bound. We realize that we can't make  everyone happy, but our intention is to include rather than to exclude.  To empathize with everyone's desire to be happy and the daily ups and  downs of life that they face just like us.
19:06
March 18, 2020
Equanimity. The Secret Sauce (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/17/20
Equanimity. The Secret Sauce (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/17/20 Equanimity - Balance that comes from seeing clearly and realistically. Having a healthy perspective on change. - mental calmness, composure, and evenness of temper, especially in a difficult situation. Letting go of the need to control. • Being able to intentionally put forth actions while having a healthy detachment from the outcome. Loving-kindness can become attachment (control) Compassion can lead to burnout. Sympathetic joy can lead to comparing. •  Equanimity allows us to the skill of balancing through wisdom and  understanding about what we can and can't change. We realize and accept  the fact that we can at times influence change through intention AND  that ultimately we aren't in control of outcomes and are subject to the  inevitables of life. This balance allows us to be  optimistic, proactive and hopeful without simultaneously being naive,  attached, overly invested and unrealistic. •  Experiment with using the following phrases to practice equanimity.  These phrases are meant to convey a sense of balance where we care but  we are not overwhelmed. Where we may be seeking change but with a full  acknowledgement of how things actually are. "May I accept things as they are." "I will care for you but can not keep you from suffering or fix your life for you. "I will do what I can and not feel guilty about what I can't." • Do everything you can to make a difference, and then let go of the need to control the outcome. This creates and sustains a "cheerful giver". - Aaron Hill • "My religion is acceptance over expectation." - Aaron Hill
25:29
March 17, 2020
Teleological (A Word A Day) 3/16/20
Teleological (A Word A Day) 3/16/20
11:11
March 16, 2020
The Comparing Mind (10% Percent Happier Self Care Journey) 3/16/20
The Comparing Mind (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/16/17 •  Constantly comparing yourself to others is a restless, unproductive,  unhealthy habit. Deciding who we are based on other peoples status,  achievements, preferences etc is a fruitless activity because the source of validation is being derived from a standard that  will always fluctuate when a new person enters the equation; thereby  becoming the new object of comparison. • At times  comparing yourself to others CAN be the source of inspiration to do  something positive. However "dwelling" in an obsessive way can quickly  and easily lead to negative emotions, feelings of fear or resentment and  have a huge impact on ones self confidence or feelings of self worth.  The key is to monitor your feelings and to be honest with yourself about  how the feelings of comparison are impacting you. •  Comparing is the opposite of Sympathetic Joy. Sympathetic Joy - the  feeling which arises when one regards all beings (beginning with oneself  and one's own family and friends but not stopping there) with  loving-kindness and then perceives those who are happy and have created a  lot of merit or even attained liberative insight. •  Remembering that everyone's life is a mixture of pleasure and pain and  joy and sorrow will naturally decrease your "comparing" and judgement  and increase your degree of empathy, compassion and mindfulness. •  Remember, we can't control emotionally what arises but we can control  how we relate to it. A state of chronic comparing leads to exhaustion  and bitterness. Applying compassion, we can see what's happening and  work toward the development of compersion, mudita and sympathetic joy.
24:11
March 16, 2020
Meet Your New Creative Content Strategist
Check out Andrea Pyatt (Julia Belle) on all social media and at 111lit.com
47:33
March 11, 2020
Thalassic (A Word A Day) 3/10/20
Thalassic (A Word A Day) 3/10/20
03:30
March 10, 2020
Burnout Vs. Compassion (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/10/20
Burnout Vs. Compassion (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/10/20 Compassion  -  sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others. - Sympathetic consciousness of others' distress together with a desire to alleviate it. -  Burnout - Feeling overwhelmed, depleted, exhausted, undone, overcome,  broken etc. by someone else's difficulties in our desire to help or fix  the situation. - Compassion requires the balance of  equanimity to acknowledge the suffering or pain of others and be open to  helping while knowing that you can't solve every problem for everyone,  "fix" the world or force others to make different decisions. -  Extending compassion to the point of your own inconvenience is  unhealthy and detrimental not only to yourself, but also those who  you're trying to assist. Have compassion and empathy but not at the  expense of your own mental or physical well being, sanity, capacity or  health. Aaron Hill - Practice focusing on a  difficult person and mentally extending phrases of loving-kindness  toward them. This will help you to develop compassion without being  triggered, facing burnout or putting yourself in harms way to help them.
21:37
March 10, 2020
Compassion (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/5/20
Compassion (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/5/20 Compassion - sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others. - Sympathetic consciousness of others' distress together with a desire to alleviate it. -  If someone shows kindness, caring, and a willingness to help others,  they're showing compassion. This is a word for a very positive emotion  that has to do with being thoughtful and decent. ... When you have  compassion, you're putting yourself in someone else's shoes and really  feeling for them. - The ability to see the pain, sorrow or  suffering of others similar to your own issues is the first step toward  compassion. Seeing others as yourself dealing with the ups and downs of  life's cycle. - Keep your perception healthy and increase your  mindfulness about others by visualizing someone who you see dealing with  these various issues and offer thoughts and phrases of loving-kindness  and compassion toward them. (May you be happy, healthy, live with ease,  etc.) [You can also choose phrases that work better for you] -  Don't worry about forcing the feeling of compassion or loving-kindness  while practicing this exercise. Just be "open" to it. That's all the  willingness needed for the process to take effect in it's own time. - This isn't about fabricating an emotion or feeling. It's about paying  attention in a different way in order to gradually develop your  mindfulness, empathy and compassion around others and the reality  they're dealing with. - There are many expressions and  manifestations of compassion. Being quiet, outspoken, gentle as well as  stern or intense. Being open and vulnerable or setting up strong  emotional boundaries. The key is to always be aware of your motivations  to decipher if you're coming from a place of indifference. Be gentle  with yourself as you continually guide yourself more and more toward  actions spawned by positive motivations.
19:25
March 5, 2020
Perturbation (A Word A Day) 3/4/20
Perturbation (A Word A Day) 3/4/20
05:48
March 4, 2020
The Myth of Separation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/4/20
The Myth of Separation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/4/20 - Coexist - (of nations or peoples) exist in mutual tolerance despite different ideologies or interests. -  We may feel alone at times but we all exist in a "network" or bigger  pattern of life where our actions no matter how large or small have an  effect on others coexisting with us and the environment around us. -  The Butterfly effect is always essentially in effect. (with reference  to chaos theory) the phenomenon whereby a minute localized change in a  complex system can have large effects elsewhere. -  Very few things happen in a vacuum. Co-creation is responsible for most  circumstances, personality types, actions, beliefs etc. Empathy,  compassion, mindfulness and patience allow us to be realistic and  balanced about our perspectives allowing us to be the most beneficial to  ourselves and the world around us. - The phrase "We  are one" isn't just a "fluffy optimistic cliche" or romantic,  sentimental emotion. The reality of our experience is that we live in an  interdependent world and "system". The more we understand and accept  this the more traits like loving-kindness and compassion become our  natural and normal responses. - Practice extending  loving-kindness mentally and verbally to remind yourself and others of  the beneficial qualities of positive inter-connectedness and  coexistence. - Take to time to reflect on all the circumstances both good and not so good that brought you to this very moment.
31:15
March 4, 2020
Anger Vs. Loving-Kindness (10% Happier Journey) 3/3/20
Anger Vs. Loving-Kindness (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/3/20 - Anger can be very detrimental because it make us suffer, stress and struggle more and longer than needed for most situations. -  Anger, hatred and resentment are expenditures of energy that doesn't  serve us or others. Meditation and mindfulness gives us a resiliency to  guard against soaking up toxic energy. We may feel it but we can also  let it go. - There's a big difference between feeling angry and being lost in anger. -  Anger, fear, guilt and greed can make us narrow-minded, naive, our  sense of possibility limited, and in general be just overall tormenting  to us. -  Practicing mentally offering  loving-kindness to people who we have both good and challenging  relationships offers us the opportunity to be balanced in our growth and  application. - Offering Loving-kindness to someone  who has behaved "badly" doesn't mean we condone their actions or that  they don't matter but that we can have the courage and the willingness  to see them in a way that frees us from the negative effects of anger,  bitterness and resentment. - The first thing to  remember to tell yourself when becoming angry is that this is "just a  passing state". This can automatically give you the space to experience  the emotion while not becoming the emotion. -  Learning to see these as states of aversion we can be free of them. It  doesn't mean they won't come up. It means we can sense when they are  arising, understand them clearly, and learn not to be ruled by it. As we  understand we can have empathy and compassion for ourselves and others  rather than judgement. Seeing it clearly allows us to remember that we  have a choice with how we will respond.
26:23
March 3, 2020
Expenditure (A Word A Day) 3/3/20
Expenditure (A Word A Day) 3/3/20
04:19
March 3, 2020
38 Health Benefits of Yoga Ep. 1 | Aaron Hill feat. The Light Remix
38 Health Benefits of Yoga Ep. 1 | Aaron Hill feat. The Light Remix https://www.yogajournal.com/lifestyle/count-yoga-38-ways-yoga-keeps-fit?fbclid=IwAR0YVvokwXxucOoOPok8tOM_W6SaA9gq802LLu6bccyKSrT_Yuz48qnE1mE
07:11
March 3, 2020
Amygdala (A Word A Day) 2/26/20
Amygdala (A Word A Day) 2/26/20
15:15
March 2, 2020
Salient (A Word A Day) 2/19/20
Salient (A Word A Day) 2/19/20
05:03
March 2, 2020
Elide (A Word A Day) 3/2/20
Elide (A Word A Day) 3/2/20
05:46
March 2, 2020
Attachment Vs. Loving-Kindness (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/2/20
Attachment Vs. Loving-Kindness (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 3/2/20 - Loving-kindness is generosity, love, presence, caring and attention without attachments and or expectations. - Attachments can equal control. Examples: "I'll love you as long as  _______." "I'll do this for you as long as _______." etc. Some basic  fundamental expectations ARE warranted in certain scenarios (basic  respect, safety etc.) but be cautious of deep and extensive attachments  that introduces frustration, suffering, resentment etc. - Remember. You can't control how your gift of loving-kindness will be received. - Be VERY careful of being locked into or undesirably committing to  scenarios where heavy and unrealistic attachments and expectations are  put on you in order to receive some one else's kindness etc. This is NOT  kindness at all. This is a subtle emotional trap. - Strive to  intentionally be the most open to freely sharing loving-kindness while  simultaneously and firmly not tolerating being mistreated or being taken  advantage of in the process. Aaron Hill - Always check in with yourself to make sure you're being as honest as  possible with yourself about your sharing of love, forgiveness,  acceptance etc. and attachments/expectations that naturally arise in you  from that sharing. There are times when you honestly won't be able to  give because you can't at the moment help the fact that you have deep  attachments and unrealistic expectations. When you do identify this you  may have to maturely "let go" and come back to the thought of sharing  when you no longer have detrimental attachments. This is a demonstration  of emotional intelligence. Aaron Hill - Note the times when you are free vs. attached. Celebrate your moments  of freedom and be gentle with yourself during times of unhealthy  attachment. This will help your overarching goal of being a more loving  and kind person toward yourself and the world around you. Aaron Hill
23:30
March 2, 2020
Equanimity and Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 2/19/20
Equanimity and Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 2/19/20
29:07
February 26, 2020
Walking and Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 2/24/20
Walking and Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 2/24/20
12:51
February 26, 2020
Loving-kindness and Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 2/25/20
Loving-kindness and Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 2/25/20
20:28
February 26, 2020
Well Wishing and Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 2/26/20
Well Wishing and Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 2/26/20
23:38
February 26, 2020
Interoception and Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/5/20
Interoception and Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 2/2/20 •  Interoception is a sense that provides information about the internal  condition of our body—how our body is feeling on the inside.  Interoception allows us to experience many body sensations such as a growling stomach, dry mouth, tense muscles or racing heart. •  Interoception is contemporarily defined as the sense of the internal  state of the body.[1] This can be both conscious and non-conscious. It  encompasses the brain's process of integrating signals relayed from the  body into specific subregions—like the brainstem, thalamus, insula,  somatosensory, and anterior cingulate cortex—allowing for a nuanced  representation of the physiological state of the body.[2][3] This is  important for maintaining homeostatic conditions[4] in the body and,  potentially, aiding in self-awareness.[5] Feel In/Feel Out/Feel Rest • When you locate a feeling or emotion internally and it's correlating manifestation in the body label it as "feel in". •  When you notice a feeling generated by physical sensations like pain,  discomfort, hot, cold, external sounds or smells label it as "feel out". •  When you are completely neutral and aren't being affected by any  internal or external sensations and are at ease label it as "feel rest". • Noting and labeling our emotions it decreases our stress response and is a form of emotion regulation visible in the brain. •  Instead of saying "I am ______" saying " I feel _____" helps to  disassociate oneself or not identify as the emotion itself. Then follow  this statement with identifying if and where it manifests in the body.
37:41
February 5, 2020
Interoception (A Word A Day) 2/2/20
Interoception (A Word A Day) 2/2/20
11:51
February 5, 2020
Somatosensory (A Word A Day) 2/5/20
Somatosensory (A Word A Day) 2/5/20
22:26
February 5, 2020
Attention and Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/27/20
Attention and Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/27/20 •  There is growing evidence that shows that mindfulness and meditation  practice increases sustained attention and inhibitory control. • Strengthening these 2 cognitive processes: 1. Allows to be more fully present. 2. Resist our impulses towards distractions 3. Selectively filter out irrelevant information. 4. Respond more wisely 5. Accomplish tasks with less mind wandering. 6 Effectively increases our overall efficiency •  A study published in the " Science News Magazine " found that 5,000  people from 83 different countries across all ages mind wonder about %47  of their daily life no matter what they're doing. Most often wondering  to something connected to negative self reflection which turns out to be  causally linked to they're unhappiness. • One of the biggest benefits of practicing focused meditation and mindfulness: Ironically,  as soon as you notice that your mind is wandering your mind is no  longer wandering. Instead you're aware. In that awareness you realize  you have a choice of what to pay attention to.This inevitably increases  sustained attention, inhibitory control and naturally entertain less  distractions. • Practicing keeping your attention on  the breath helps to cultivate sustained attention. It helps to inhibit  the impulse towards distraction and emotional reactivity.
31:01
January 27, 2020
Renege (A Word A Day) 1/27/20
Renege (A Word A Day) 1/27/20
11:15
January 27, 2020
I Can’t Keep It Going (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/16/20
I Can't Keep It Going (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/16/20 •  Progress. Vs. Perfection....It's normal to have times in your practice  where you lack consistency. Don't judge yourself and realize that using  short times of deep breathing and mindfulness can happen anywhere and at  any time. The goal is momentary intention which leads to consistent  progress....not the unrealistic idea of perfection. * Set goals that are so realistic and easy that it's virtually impossible to be inconsistent.  Then add other more involved and complex goals on "top" over time. This  way no matter what you always achieve consistency. • Take time to "do nothing". With our day to day movement this practice  can actually feel more stressful than other more obvious stressful  activities. The goal is to practice this little by little to change our  relationship with stillness over time. • Periodically drop noting  and focus and allow your mind to wander. The simple practice of doing  this intentionally initiates reverse psychology allowing you to focus  better when needed. • Learn to enjoy your own company and always  extend gratitude, gratefulness and thankfulness to yourself for  intentionally making it a priority to make time for your self care.
29:29
January 17, 2020
The Brain On Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/17/20
The Brain On Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/17/20 • Cross sectional studies show that atrophy of the brain happens significantly less with those who meditate regularly. • Exploring shifts between focused attention and mind wandering develops intentional and aware mind control. • Through focused attention alone you are dampening and decreasing  activity in the limbic system, a primitive area of the brain important  for initiating and sustaining the stress response. • This type of practice offers a chance to explore what it's like to direct our attention in two very different ways. 1. Focusing your attention helps to stabilize the mind from frequent distractions, improve stress, depression and anxiety. 2. Letting the mind wander intentionally improves understanding of how  the mind works, flexibility, a non judgemental attitude and acts as  reverse psychology toward the goal of becoming more focused. •  The more we can understand how the mind works and our capacity to train  it, focus and be flexible the better resourced we are to meet the range  of emotions, perceptions and thoughts that we have every moment of every  day.
22:03
January 17, 2020
Atrophy (A Word A Day) 1/17/20
Atrophy (A Word A Day) 1/17/20
04:28
January 17, 2020
Simper (A Word A Day) 1/15/20
Simper (A Word A Day) 1/15/20
06:09
January 15, 2020
“__________” Is My Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/15/20
"________" Is My Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/15/20 • Meditation and mindfulness can be done during ANY activity. In fact  the more activities the practice is invited into the better. Intention  is the only ingredient needed to initiate this formula. • Welcome everything into the experience and make a decision that you're going to work to not get uptight about anything. • Always start with a focal point (the breath, point in the body, sound  etc.) and use noting to bring you back "home" to the focal point when  you inevitably get distracted. * "Welcome to the party" - Use  this statement to have a gentle and friendly approach to your  surroundings. At some point nothing or no one will have to leave the  party in order for you to be in a state of mindfulness and meditation. • Periodically allow yourself to detach from your focus to examine and  explore the other aspects of your surroundings. This actually creates  better control to stay focused on your home base by not trying to block  out, but welcoming your surroundings. Try to scan your surroundings  without over analyzing.
24:12
January 15, 2020
I’ll Loose My “Edge” (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/14/20
I'll Loose My "Edge" (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/14/20 •  Many people think that meditation will make them "soft". It's actually  quite the contrary. Meditation and mindfulness breeds equanimity,  compassion, clarity, clear and rational thinking and an "even keel-ness"  that actually allows you to deal with all situations better. Those that  require calmness and those that require aggressive alertness. • The tendacy is to think that the best way to deal with stress or stressful  situations is to agressively "stuff it down" or "be stronger" however  the more rigid you are the more deeply it permeates your system. Opening  up to it allows the energy to move through giving you the ability to  reset and come back to an experience more healthy, positively and fully. • This practice increases your capacity and develops invaluable skills  for high intensity jobs especially where deescalating situations is a  regular part of the daily work like being a police officer, fire  fighter, etc. because you develop the ability to deal with intense  situations with more clarity and less mindless impulsiveness. • Clarity is the ability to "tease out" the details of our experience. • Equanimity - Mental calmness, composure and evenness of temper  especially in difficult situations. The ability to receive challenging  energy without returning the favor. • Learn to enjoy your own  company and always extend gratitude, gratefulness and thankfulness to  yourself for intentionally making it a priority to make time for your  self care.
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January 15, 2020
Do NOT Treat Others The Way You Desired To Be Treated (Ponderings)
Do NOT treat others the way YOU desire to be treated. In general instances where your preferences “just so happen” to match you’ll be spot on. However with the reality of living in a world of different preferences  you’ll inevitably be unintentionally assuming and unknowingly dismissive  to what other desire even before putting the principle into action. In my opinion the more appropriate mantra should be..... “Treat others the way THEY desire to be treated so long as it doesn’t jeopardize your morals and values”. This way you can be respectful, sensitive and mindful of others desires while maintaining your personal values. Everyone wins. Aaron Hill
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January 13, 2020
It’s Too Damn Warm Outside (The Aaron Hill Podcast)
Enjoying the warm weather huh? It's an implication of a larger problem.......
18:57
January 13, 2020
2013 All About Love Show (The Aaron Hill Podcast)
2013 All About Love Show (The Aaron Hill Podcast) watch concert on YouTube Aaron Hill TV
15:11
January 13, 2020
Biomorph (A Word A Day) 1/13/20
Biomorph (A Word A Day) 1/13/20
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January 13, 2020
R.A.I.N (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/13/20
R.A.I.N (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/13/20 R.A.I.N is a handy way to explore any sensation, thought or emotion. - Recognize - Accept - Investigate - Non-identification 1. This practice boosts your emotional literacy. You become curious of  an emotional reaction as opposed to being lost inside of the  emotion/experience. 2. You'll notice fewer negative emotions in general because of the regular practice of observing emotional habits. • Sometimes meditation can open "Pandora's Box" exposing various  subconscious feelings, emotions and habits you were previously not aware  of. • Recognize (without judgment) the emotions you are currently experiencing in the moment. • Accept. Whatever the emotional sensation allow it to be, open up to  it and even care for it. Instead of suppressing it simply allow yourself  to feel and be with it. In this you are integrating your emotions with  your cognition. Marrying what we feel with what we know. •  Acceptance is the most important practices for humanity. (imho) It's  also known by synonyms such as equanimity, forgiveness, maturity, love,  being present etc. • Investigating is expanding and deepening the  volume of what we're accepting by getting interested in what we're  feeling and working at a pace that is acceptable for us. • Be objective.....but friendly with yourself while investigating. When we open this way to a feeling mindfulness takes over. If you do this enough times you create a new healthier habit. • The way to change a habit is by working to create a new habit. Not by  trying to abruptly stop a habit. There is a subtle, nuanced difference  to this approach but the effects are monumental. •  Non-identification is the attitude of not taking your emotions  personally. Say ________ is happening similar to saying "A thunderstorm  is happening" Making this "room" or "wedge" allows for you to observe  the emotions, sensations or thoughts without becoming the emotion,  sensation or thought. • Periodically come back to your "home  base" (breath, being with the body etc.) during this mindfulness process  and practice to practice settling in, detaching, having self compassion  and overall....relaxing.
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January 13, 2020
Be Yourself. Change The World (The Aaron Hill Podcast)
imho.... You are the MOST motivational to others when you’re just positively  living your life and not trying to “be motivational”. Authenticity with who you naturally are speaks volumes over the person you “suit up” to be. This is something I continue to learn everyday as I unapologetically display my vulnerability in full confidence to the world. And with each step I realize there was nothing to ever be afraid of or reluctant for. The highest respect comes to those who unapologetically live their truth. No matter what side of the “moral fence” they fall on. We all are impacted deeply by the deepest levels of human authenticity  because as a social species we know the courage it takes to truly.... Be Yourself. Aaron Hill
18:47
January 9, 2020
Flexuous (A Word A Day) 1/9/20
flex·u·ous /ˈflekSHo͞oəs/ adjective literary adjective: flexuous full of bends and curves. "he put an arm around her flexuous waist"
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January 9, 2020
Meditation Is Self Indulgent (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/9/20
Meditation Is Self Indulgent (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/9/20 • It's normal to feel guilt for putting aside time to practice. The  mind can wander thinking about all the things you "could" or "should" be  doing. • If you're a very busy person you can face "burn out" by  not setting aside the time or putting your self care as a priority. In  order to continue to put time into other people, activities and daily  responsibilities you must make time for yourself, your mental clarity and physical well being. • Equinimity (mental calmness, composure, evenness of temper) is  achieved by making self care a priority. Remember, you can't be there  for others until you are there for yourself first. This is a good place  to be selfish. • Whatever you fight you ignite and whatever you  resist persists. Be gentle with yourself in meditation and take it one  focused moment at a time. • Self Compassion is the most important  medicine in the world that's needed whether you're feeling fine or not.  In extending it to yourself regularly you're practicing "preventative  self care" • Acceptance vs. judgement is key as you feel the range of emotions, thoughts and sensations while practicing meditation. • Using a phrase like "May I be well", "It's Ok", "Feel better" etc.  periodically while breathing can help with inducing mindfulness,  compassion and acceptance. You can also make up any personal phrase that  works for you. • Using imagery can also assist with this process. • Thinking of others while extending compassion, well wishes and  intentions of positivity adds to your personal experience of  mindfulness, relaxation and happiness. • Don't forget to thank yourself and extend a few moments of gratitude for taking the time to devote to your self care.
28:57
January 9, 2020
People Might Think I’m Weird (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/8/20
People Might Think I'm Weird (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/8/20 • Meditation is starting to become more and more socially acceptable  abroad among people with various belief systems, religions and spiritual  paths. • Pattern noticing/investigation is how we become less and less pulled away by the natural distractions. • Your breath is always your home base to come back to whenever you're mind starts to wander. • If focusing on breathing bothers you use the sensations of the body  or even some other sound to focus on. Meditative music is a good source. • Make a mental note of the direction your mind goes when being  distracted, make a mental note of that then refocus on the breath. • Use gentle non-judgemental curiosity to explore your distractions. This is mindfulness.
21:47
January 8, 2020
Fraught (A Word A Day) 1/8/20
Fraught (A Word A Day) 1/8/20
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January 8, 2020
Aplomb (A Word A Day) 1/7/20
This word almost sound like the fruit “a plum” Have you heard of it before?
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January 7, 2020
I Don’t Have Time For This (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/7/20
I Don't Have Time For This (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/7/20 • Whether you have 30 seconds, 1 min., 5 min or and hour you DO have time to meditate. • Applying deep breathing, scanning the body and being mindful in ANY capacity IS self care. • Having the right attitude is half of the equation. Don't overthink the process and just practice being with the practices. • Being Intentional makes all the difference in the world. • Don't worry about not feeling that you're "good" at it. The idea is  to be gentle, be with your body and breath and refocus if you get  distracted using "noting". • There are many other places where  over analyzing is useful. Meditation is not one of them. Just relax, be  gentle with yourself and let go......even if only for 30 seconds.
18:34
January 7, 2020
I'm Starting A Cult (The Aaron Hill Podcast)
I just created and coined the term "Neuromusical Mindfulness".  The definition is: Combining the neuroscience of music with the transformative power of mindfulness.  Currently studying neural pathways on a deeper level to prepare for my new series of volumes of musical releases:  "Deep Grooves" (A Neuromusical Mindfulness Experience)
48:08
January 7, 2020
Setting Emotional Boundaries
2020 is the year of clarity of vision. One place that we all need clarity is where and how we set emotional boundaries to protect our mindsets and to find and remain in a place of peace. I hope you enjoy this entry on setting emotional boundaries.  Please drop a line if you do.
25:19
January 7, 2020
Hanker (A Word A Day) 1/6/20
verb verb: hanker; 3rd person present: hankers; past tense: hankered; past participle: hankered; gerund or present participle: hankering feel a strong desire for or to do something. "she hankered to go back"
06:06
January 7, 2020
That One DEEP Brother
We all know someone like this lol......Or is it you??? LOL!
05:57
January 7, 2020
I Can’t Do This (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/6/20
I Can't Do This - (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/6/20 Notes • Meditation isn't about clearing your brain. It's about focusing the  mind for short periods of time and using "noting" of and mindfulness of  your breath and body to refocus when your mind wanders. • Find a comfortable composure that allows for the distractions. • There is a difference between deep thinking and gentle awareness.  Both are forms of thinking with different levels of intensity. • Start your meditation first with an open, relaxed attitude. •  Many find the practice of "noting" helpful to help them to stay on  track. Noting is the skillful use of thinking to "hack" thinking. Examples: 1. Silently say to yourself "in and out" while breathing 2. Counting the number of breaths as you inhale and exhale. • Make a mental note of the natural place where your mind wanders.  Without judgment use this as a reminder to go back to noting gently. The  key is mindfulness.
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January 6, 2020
Equanimity (A Word A Day) 1/5/20
Mental calmness, composure, evenness of temper.
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January 6, 2020
Meditation for Skeptics- The Case For Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/5/20
Meditation for Skeptics - The Case for Meditation (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 1/5/20 Notes ° One of the things mindfulness meditation is useful for is bringing  into awareness a subconscious pattern you were previously unaware of and  need to address. ° Mindfulness meditation can successfully  lead  to honesty, gentleness and compassion with oneself which is the first  key to healing. Aaron Hill ° Focus and concentration is the foundational skill of meditation. It stabilizes the mind and makes room for peacefulness. ° Many times it's only when we get this "break" for our endless mental  churn of Obsessions and exuberant states that we realize how exhausting  our so called "normal state" can be. ° Bring an attitude of enjoyment to breathing deeply and focusing on your breathe. ° Many find the practice of "noting" helpful to help them to stay on  track. Noting is the skillful use of thinking to "hack" thinking. Examples: 1. Silently say to yourself "in and out" while breathing 2. Counting the number of breaths as you inhale and exhale. ° It's normal for your thoughts to wander. When you give your body a  break the mind starts moving twice as fast. Mindfulness is about  commitment to a non-judgmental process of guiding yourself. Notice the  wandering then use noting to hone back in to focused concentration. ° Also use scanning of the body as another form of noting.
26:07
January 6, 2020
Canny (A Word A Day) 1/4/20
Canny (A Word A Day) 1/4/20 adjective adjective: canny; comparative adjective: cannier; superlative adjective: canniest 1. having or showing shrewdness and good judgment, especially in money or business matters. "canny shoppers came early for a bargain"
06:36
January 4, 2020
Callow (A Word A Day) 12/31/19
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January 4, 2020
How To Face Tough Stuff (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 12/26/19
How To Face Tough Stuff (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 12/26/19 ° We suffer because we think something is either a total mistake OR  that there's some grand "predestined" purpose for what's happening in  our lives. You choose the purpose based on your response to your  experience. ° Acceptance is the key to peace. ° Meditation and mindfulness teaches you how to feel feelings without being overwhelmed by them. ° There's not always rhyme and reason to why things happen in our  lives. If we think the stress in our life is a mistake or that something  has gone wrong rather than attending to what's happening we'll get  stuck in the story. Stress is apart of life and resisting it just  creates more tension and stress. (Sebene Selassie) ° Cultivating  the ability to be with discomfort and allow the feelings that come with  stress allows us to be with all experiences in our lives more fully. ° Ask yourself "what's happening?". Name and acknowledge the emotion  accompanying the stress without attaching the story to it, over  analyzing it or moving to problem solving. Just be with it. ° Try  to stay with what's arising, even if it's uncomfortable knowing that  you're building the capacity to tolerate what's unpleasant in order to  adapt and grow. ° If the discomfort becomes to much take deep breaths to relax the body. ° Asking yourself "Can I be with this?" helps to broaden your perspectives about what you're feeling. ° Ask yourself "Can I appreciate what I'm feeling". ° Take the time to appreciate yourself each time you spend a few minutes being mindful, meditating or breathing deeply.
36:01
December 26, 2019
Stress Is Your Ally (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 12/25/19
Stress Is Your Ally (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 12/25/19 * Not all stress is debilitating. Some lower levels help you to perform better, be more aware and alert and have energy. * Science shows that changing your mindset about stress can literally change your physiology. * Thinking about a time where you were stressed and rise to the  occasion is one way to reverse your bodies response allowing you to turn  debilitating stress into energy to succeed. * Feeling stressed is a sign that you care about something. * When experiencing stress ask yourself the questions: * What am I stressed about? * Why do I care? * Is there an opportunity inherently in this. * Remember your first line of defense against stress is taking a deep breath.
24:40
December 26, 2019
Pyrophobia - A Word A Day 12/25/19
Pyrophobia is a fear of  fire, which can be considered irrational if beyond what is considered  normal. This phobia is ancient and primordial, perhaps since mankind's  discovery of fire.
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December 26, 2019
Polymath - A Word A Day 12/18/19
a person of wide-ranging knowledge or learning.
12:07
December 26, 2019
Mindfulness - A Word A Day 12/26/19
One of my favorite words right now. the quality or state of being conscious or aware of something. "their mindfulness of the wider cinematic tradition" 2. a  mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present  moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one's feelings,  thoughts, and bodily sensations, used as a therapeutic technique.
12:03
December 26, 2019
Norepinephrine - A Word A Day (12/23/19)
Norepinephrine - A Word A Day 12/23/19 Also called noradrenaline, substance that is released predominantly  from the ends of sympathetic nerve fibres and that acts to increase the  force of skeletal muscle contraction and the rate and force of  contraction of the heart.
05:57
December 23, 2019
The Science Of Stress (10% Happier Self Care Journey) 12/23/19
The Science Of Stress 10% Happier Self Care Journey  - 12/23/19 Notes ° Adrenaline increases your heart rate preparing you for action. ° Breathing speeds up to increase oxygen to the brain ° Norepinephrine - another hormone similar to adrenaline is released to increase arousal and energy. ° Cortisol increases sugar level giving extra energy. ° Cortisol also curbs functions that would be nonessential or detrimental in a fight-or-flight situation ° Stress hormones are natural and in the right circumstances can be life saving. ° If we learn to "lean into" the feeling of stress instead of running  away from it it won't own us and we can use the experience to make  better decisions. ° Bringing awareness to the body and out of the head can help us to deescalate. ° Learning to "feel" the body can help us to separate the reality of  what's going on from the mental loop or story going on in our heads.
26:31
December 23, 2019
Creatively Marketing a New Song G.E.M.S 💎 w/ BJ)
As artists we have to do more than just saying... “DOWNLOAD MY NEW SONG!!!” That shit is for the birds. 🐦
1:00:07
December 15, 2019
Lesson/Interview w/ Believe In Music (12/13/19)
I had a fun interview today where I got a chance to teach a lesson to the teachers at Believe In Music. Here’s the recap. Please check out full video on my YouTube channel (Aaron Hill TV)
05:49
December 13, 2019
Accepting Fear (10% Happier Self Care Journey) Day 7
Accepting Fear 12/11/19 10% Happier Self Care Journey - Day 7 Notes ° "I've been absolutely terrified every moment of my life - and I've  never let it keep me from doing a single thing I wanted to do." Georgia O'Keeffe ° Many times having courage is more attainable than being fearless. -Aaron Hill ° Acknowledging and accepting the feeling of fear is the first key to  investigating the feeling which is the first key to alleviating and  breaking up the grip of fear. ° Fear is an evolutionary survival tool. The point is to manage it so that you don't experience it when you doesn't serve you.
21:51
December 12, 2019
Circumscribe - 12/11/19 A Word A Day
circumscribe - 12/11/19 A Word A Day verb (used with object), cir·cum·scribed, cir·cum·scrib·ing. to draw a line around; encircle: to circumscribe a city on a map. to enclose within bounds; limit or confine, especially narrowly: Her social activities are circumscribed by school regulations. to mark off; define; delimit: to circumscribe the area of a science. Geometry. to draw (a figure) around another figure so as to touch as many points as possible.     (of a figure) to enclose (another figure) in this manner.
06:19
December 11, 2019
Cessation - A Word A Day 12/10/19
Cessation - A Word A Day 12/10/19 noun: cessation; plural noun: cessations the fact or process of ending or being brought to an end.     "the cessation of hostilities"
10:53
December 10, 2019
Lust Cracks The Brain (10% Happier Self Care Journey) Day 6
Lust Cracks The Brain 12/10/19 10% Happier Self Care Journey - Day 6 Notes ° Introducing a bit of humor about your thoughts is a tremendously valuable tool in practicing mindfulness. ° There's absolutely NOTHING inerrantly wrong with lust or any other  desire. The goal is to pay attention to which desires serve us and which  entangle us. Balance is key. ° Lust is the foundational reason that you can read this statement. 😂 ° As far as sex goes…..Lust is actually the first stage of falling in  love. It is driven by desire, the sex hormones play an important role in  this stage which makes sense because if there is no desire, then how  can there eventually be love. Lust is the fire, love is the fuel and  without one the other doesn't last for too long.
20:37
December 10, 2019
Letting Thoughts Go (10% Happier Self Care Journey) Day 5
Letting Thoughts Go 12/9/19 10% Happier Self Care Journey — Day 5 Notes ° Remember that the “thought” of a thing, scenario or circumstance is not the thing itself. Sometimes we aren’t aware that we are getting deeply emotionally sucked into the “movies” of our minds. Some are fine some are causing us unnecessary stress, anxiety or depression. ° Use mindfulness to sort through these thoughts to see if they are helpful to us or useless, unhealthy or harmful. ° If you get caught up in an unhealthy “movie” in your mind take a few minutes to breath deeply, focus on your breath and tell yourself “It’s ok to feel this”, “It’s just a mind state”, “These feelings are only temporary”, “I can freely let this go”. ° Meditation becomes increasingly accessible as we learn to let thoughts come and go.
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December 10, 2019
Pranayama - A Word A Day 12/7/19
Pranayama (prana = energy + yama = control) is a type of meditation technique that  involves various ways of controlling the breathing, with the goal being  to withdraw ones senses from the outside world. This helps one to raise  one’s prana (or Kundalini energy in this case) up the deep spine to the  spiritual eye or sixth chakra, which brings one to enlightenment. Kriya  Yoga is one such technique, made well known by Paramhamsa Yogananda in Autobiography of a Yogi.  (1)
09:51
December 8, 2019
Compersion - 12/6/19 A Word A Day
compersion (uncountable) 1. The feeling of joy one has experiencing another's joy, such as in witnessing a toddler's joy and feeling joy in response. 2. The feeling of joy associated with seeing a loved one love another; contrasted with jealousy.
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December 8, 2019
It's Ok To Feel This (10% Happier Self Care Journey) Day 4
"It's Ok To Feel This" 12/7/19 10% Happier Self Care Journey - Day 4 Notes ° Recognition isn't mindfulness. We can recognize something and still be averse to it. ° Mindfulness: a mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on  the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one's  feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, used as a therapeutic  technique. ° Saying "It's ok to feel this" allows us to balance  the recognition with a genuine acceptance of what we're feeling or what  is there. ° When meditating and using the words "In/Out" while  breathing use mouth shapes that naturally mimic these words like in  Pranayamic breathing exercises.
12:02
December 8, 2019
It's Just A Mind State (10% Happier Self Care Journey) Day 3
"It's Just A Mind State" 10% Happier Self Care Journey - Day 3 Notes ° Fear is a changing mind state that will go just as easily as it comes  if you let it. Don't make a mountain out of a molehill. - Aaron Hill ° To become mindful take suffering or tension as "feedback" rather than a problem. ° Struggling with something is an indicator of not accepting. When you accept, the feeling of struggle dissipates. - Aaron Hill ° When dealing with undesirable narratives and loops remind yourself "It's Just A Mind State". ° When meditating use the phrase "In out" while breathing to help to keep your mind focused on your breath.
17:32
December 8, 2019
Helping People On A Very Vulnerable Level (G.E.M.S 💎 w/ Sherri Goodall)
Being vulnerable and not worrying about anyone else’s judgment is a topic that we are used to but not as used to in our new environment of communication called social media. I feel that I will be a counselor and supporter in this area of human relations until the day I die..... Or until every human on earth is that a place of high self-esteem and self-confidence around it and that mission excites me.
34:08
December 6, 2019
Dead Ends 💀 - Day 2 (10% Happier Self Care Journey)
Dead Ends 💀 - Day 2 (10% Happier Self Care Journey) Check out tenpercent.com Contemplation at aaronhilltv.com (click music tab)
10:35
December 5, 2019
Do We Want What We Don’t Want?
Sometimes I really wonder......
10:23
December 5, 2019
Wow 😳 I’m A Polymath??
Until today I have NEVER heard this term. But after I looked it up it gave me so much confirmation of something I’ve know Ive for a while. Wondering your thoughts???
11:53
December 4, 2019
My New Self Care Journey (10% Happier Journey) Day 1 🧘🏽‍♂️
y new journey around self care and meditation. 2 years ago I had a panic attack and as I started researching I came across news anchor Dan Harris' story. His quest led him to create a compilation of meditation courses featuring a wide diversity of great contributors, an audio book and a really in depth app around these topics. It resonated with me because as a secular humanist I need meditation resources that are void of religious or spiritual connotations, motivations and language..... otherwise they become distractions and obstacles to me being successful with the practices. I highly recommend his resource for anyone interested in meditation. It's really educational, inspirational and fun. Here's the website: www.tenpercent.com I'll be documenting my daily self care journey using this resource so please stay tuned as I share to help others and to help myself! Also, here's the link to my new piano meditation album "Key Reflections" https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/aaronhill/key-reflections-vol-1 I also hope to become a musical contributor myself! *fingers crossed!*🤞
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December 3, 2019
Donald Trump/Falsehoods and Desensitization
CNN did a report about Trumps falsehoods and how they’ve desensitized us. Here’s my thoughts. I’m curious of yours.
09:17
November 30, 2019
Introducing “Deep Grooves”
My New Brand Of Neurological Programming Music.
11:03
November 28, 2019
Hey Man...Are You From Baltimore?
An interesting question with an interesting answer.
13:35
November 28, 2019
A Great Meeting with Believe In Music
A Great Meeting with Believe In Music and I have the new song name!!!
06:57
November 26, 2019
Bursting At The Seams About Helping People!
Recap of my convo with my friend Jiana Hunter. Helping her to achieve her legacy goals!
17:07
November 25, 2019
Moanin @ Jojos 11/14/19
Always fun when you get to play new songs with such incredible musicians!
07:00
November 16, 2019
Recap of the 1st G.E.M.S 💎 Symposium
I love having / creating new experiences. I also love nothing more than to pour into other people....especially with regard to their legacy. Tonight was the best of both worlds 😎
05:00
November 16, 2019
Old Mindset vs. New Industry (G.E.M.S w/ Mel Crockett)
Mindset Mindset Mindset Mindset.....Oh and one more thing..... Mindset. 😂 The world and industries around us change and have changed so rapidly that we’re applying an Old Mindset to a New Industry. Check out this convo explaining how musicians and artists should approach the new media environment we’re living in. Enjoy!
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November 7, 2019
A Promising 19 Year Old (G.E.M.S w/ Naseem Rogers)
It’s kind of like having a conversation with my 19 year old self. Creative minded, forward thinking, a natural entrepreneurial spirit, positive and optimistic vibe, well mannered and forward thinking; I believe Naseem Rogers is a promising 19 year old. Please enjoy this convo and drop a line in support of this brother.
1:03:05
November 7, 2019
Be A Storyteller (G.E.M.S 💎 with Mel Crockett)
In 2008 I met a brother who would be apart of the next 3 year unfolding of my musical life. We would create many musical memories in the studio and playing as live musicians. Now I get the opposite to give back by helping him to approach his music career from a new perspective and share some info that I think is helpful for many artists and musicians. I really hope you enjoy this convo and by all means drop him a line in support of the stories he’s getting ready to share with you about his musical journey!
35:52
October 30, 2019
A VERY Vunlerable Conversation....and A New Piano Album
Download the new album here: https://aaronhillsmusic.com/album/key-reflections-vol-1 (Also available on ITunes, Amazon, Spotify and Apple Music in a few days) . * If you stream the album please consider dropping a tip to help my efforts * Thanks! To help me to continue to make more content like this please consider supporting me using one of the methods below: Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/aaronhill PayPal: http://paypal.me/aaronhill28 Cash App: $aaronhill28 OR grab a song or two from one of my 2 stores: http://www.aaronhilltv.com (click on the music tab) www.fruitionmusicstore.net Also, please consider joining my email list at http://www.aaronhilltv.com  Also, please subscribe to my new YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsiiMHezzLk_9puTy54EOaw
54:47
October 26, 2019
Producer & Songwriter Royalties (G.E.M.S 💎 w/ Kevan Marshall)
The music industry has changed so much over the past 10-15 years that it can be hard to know how to setup your business to get your royalties and obtain your rights. In this convo we discuss some formulas to use as starting or finalized templates.
31:56
October 12, 2019
Acceptance vs. Expectation w/ Willie Fields
I believe we have an overemphasis on expectation and an under emphasis on acceptance.....
1:43:08
October 12, 2019
The Ebb & Flow of Entrepreneurship w/ Kemit Price
Helping my brother to reset, refocus and realign.....as well as taking my own medicine.
1:09:18
October 12, 2019
How I Feel About Gospel Music
I’ve been sooooo looking forward to having this conversation! Can’t wait to hear your thoughts!
39:48
September 30, 2019
When People Use The Word “Lil” To Compliment You 😂
I have always found this to be soooo funny 😆
03:25
September 29, 2019
I Don’t Want To Hear That Bullshit
When a person says I Don’t Want To Hear That Bullshit when you express your feelings.
10:33
September 23, 2019
G.E.M.S w/ Ama Chandra (Gridding with Intentional Content
This conversation is my gift to everyone. Helping people to use technology and creative ideas to fulfill their legacy goals is one of the chosen purposes for life. I hope it’s a gift to you too.
40:44
September 22, 2019
Chiropractors Are The TRUE Miracle Workers!
Many people are afraid or just uneducated on the benefits of going to a chiropractor. This is my attempt to bring light via my own experience. Hope you enjoy!
18:13
September 13, 2019
Tonight Was Bananas 🍌
Reread the title above again for an in depth explanation.....Then just listen to the podcast, watch the live stream video “Elation” and you’ll see why I said that. Real Talk.
19:11
September 8, 2019
The Value of Exposure and Education w/ Eugene Barnes
The value of exposure and education can never be underestimated. I personally feel it’s the number one determining factor to the successes and failures of humanity. Another thing that can never be underestimated is the value of building lasting relationships. Here my and my good brother Eugene Barnes build on those values simultaneously while building a relationship 😊
1:17:55
September 7, 2019
Interview with Linda Strowbridge (Fort Meade Alliance)
I’ve had the honor and great opportunity to teaching the S.T.E.M class in the Baltimore public school system a few times now and it’s been a really enjoyable experience for myself, the teachers and the students. Here I talk with Linda Strowbridge of the Fort Meade Alliance for an article that will be published in their newsletter about my program and my unique approach to Math In Music. Enjoy!
25:28
September 4, 2019
G.E.M.S 💎 w/ Tonya Franklin (Finding Your Voice)
Finding your musical “voice” can be a challenging process for many. I believe the key is dedicating time to be “in the shed” where you can explore the ideas, styles and vocabulary that resonate deeply with YOU, your personality and tastes (separate from getting ready for a gig). In this convo my good friend Tonya Franklin and I chop it up and go down the “rabbit hole” on this deep topic. Enjoy and by all means please drop a line with your additional thoughts and ponderings.
1:05:38
September 2, 2019
G.E.M.S 💎 w/ Kemit Price (Balance, Confidence & Intent)
Balance, Confidence and Intent are the keys to making a difference in your career.
42:37
August 25, 2019
Interview with Callie Day
From a 3 year old displaying an amazing gift of figuring out on the piano what she heard her grandmother play to the viral video of her rendition of “Hear My Prayer” Callie Day is an amazingly humble, modest, transparent and genuine person who’s story is just as awe inspiring as her vast and dynamic vocal range.
1:24:25
August 21, 2019
G.E.M.S w/ Sherri Goodall (Decisions, decisions)
Making happiness, peace, contentment and quality of life TOP priority is the only way to live. Often this means making a decision in life that although it comes with its ups and downs gives you way more quality of life, success and happiness in the long run.
1:00:18
August 21, 2019
G.E.M.S w/ Mark and Tova Baker (Intention and Vulnerability)
Intention and Vulnerability is the name of the game.
1:02:57
August 21, 2019
I’m Sooo Proud Of These People!!
I really cherish these dear people. They are taking major courageous strides in their legacy.
15:07
August 17, 2019
😡 Street Crossers & Good Music 😊
😡I HATE the way people cross the street in west Baltimore. Here’s my reasons why.....oh and I also y’all about some good music 😊 😂
25:35
August 10, 2019
Herbie Hancock / Chick Corea Tribute Recap
Tonight was a night to remember.
23:51
August 10, 2019
G.E.M.S 💎 w/ Henry Wong (Owner of An Die Musik)
An exciting talk with Henry Wong about spreading more community awareness of An Die Musik.
57:51
August 9, 2019
How I Was Taken Advantage Of At 15
A personal story.
27:52
August 9, 2019
From Student To Teacher
It was an honor teaching at the college where it all started for me 20 years ago as a student.
17:31
August 3, 2019
My Babygirl Is A Choreographer 😊
Smiling from ear to ear..☺️
11:59
August 3, 2019
G.E.M.S 💎 (7/26/19) w/ Tenecia Brown (Meeting recap)
The current joy I’m getting out of assisting people from all walks of life with documenting their legacy and sharing their true “voice” with the world is priceless.
15:08
July 28, 2019
G.E.M.S 💎 7/19/19 w Kemit Price (The Next Level)
We discuss the benefit of a weekly Vlog, Kemit’s new e book, mindset and more.
2:39:15
July 22, 2019
G.E.M.S with Sherri Goodall (Recap) 7/16/19
Recap to a great meeting talking marketing with a marketer!!
15:57
July 17, 2019
You Are The Horse....Drink The Water
Sparked by a conversation with my father.
18:58
July 12, 2019
Aria Joins The Podcast!! 😊❤️
Halfway through aria jumps in and we have a fun conversation!
47:55
July 11, 2019
The Greatest Conversation I’ve Ever Had
Growth in the moment.
1:56:37
July 3, 2019
Why EVERYONE needs to have a weekly Vlog
And I do mean everyone......
54:15
July 1, 2019
Appreciate Life 😊
As he mentor would say....Remember to give yourself the time to reflect, digest and learn from your experiences as you change chapters in life.
11:47
June 20, 2019
Loving ❤️ vs. Being In Love 🥰
I made a podcast about it. Like to hear it? Here it goes (insider) 😂
18:20
June 14, 2019
From Music Practice To The Importance Of Compassion with Delorean Fullington
I love building new relationships 😊
1:45:02
June 11, 2019
Creative Content Strategy for Legacy - Message to Mr. Charles
My life work is to help others with Creative Content Strategy for their Legacy.
08:25
June 9, 2019
G.E.M.S 💎 with Tyrone Lankford (Personal Brand)
My homie Tyrone Lankford has a unique personal brand of humor that has a future if we study the “Kev On Stage” success story and implement the same strategy.
23:51
May 28, 2019
G.E.M.S. 💎 (5/23/19) Kafi D. (Lifestyle Brand)
I’m excited about the dialogue with the first person I know personally who clearly has an amazing lifestyle brand right in the palms of her hands 😊.
2:02:35
May 23, 2019
Farrakhan Banned From Facebook
Here my buddy and I talk about the recent banning of Farrakhan from Facebook and Instagram.
1:52:51
May 20, 2019
Authenticity vs. Fake Shit on Social Media
Time To Get Real.
55:17
May 16, 2019
How Documenting Your Process Can Increase Your Quality of Life
My Life Is Changing and I believe it can do the same for others.
56:58
May 11, 2019
Be Your Own Videographer (G.E.M.S 💎 5/9/19) w Eric Holmes
Is time for everyone to take matters into their own hands. Drop a line if you have any questions for me. I’d love to help.
21:12
May 9, 2019
G.E.M.S 💎 How To Live Stream Safely While Driving
Let’s talk about it.
50:22
May 9, 2019
G.E.M.S 💎 5/6/19 (Discipline pt. 1) w Kemit Price
Here we go in HARD on Discipline. Listen to this conversation and drop a line with your two cents if possible.
1:41:13
May 8, 2019
Facebook ads advice FROM a Facebook representative
Useful information for running ads on Facebook. From a Facebook representative. Listen in and soak up the information.
42:23
May 8, 2019
G.E.M.S 💎 5/6/19 What Is an Indo-Pak Expert?
Here I give some advice to my brother @iamkemit with regards to his journey to become an Indo-Pak expert. Listen In!
17:12
May 8, 2019
G.E.M.S 💎 5/8/19 (Disciplined Freedom) w/ Kemit Price
Freedom - Discipline = Destruction. Follow Kemit’s journey on IG @iamkemit
43:39
May 8, 2019
When An Optimistic Person Smiles
The truth behind the smile of an optimistic person.
23:36
May 7, 2019
G.E.M.S w/ Kemit (IG: @iamkemit) 5/3/19
I love helping people with their personal brand!
18:32
May 3, 2019
A rich 7 Year Old with $65.
A seven year old with $65 plans his entire future 🤣
14:01
April 21, 2019
G.E.M.S w/ Patrick O’neal (Dream Launch Studios)
Chopping it up with Patrick about how to take a facility and turn it into a powerhouse content creation machine.
27:56
April 20, 2019
G.E.M.S w/ Mike Thomas (Personal Brand/Mindset)
Mindset for us as creators is everything. Go show Mike some love on IG!! @mikethomasofficial
1:39:30
April 20, 2019
Musicians & Artists!!! Make sure your music is on SPOTIFY!!
Or you won’t be heard.
11:09
April 16, 2019
My Dad Played The Piano!?!?
Flipping through a photo album with my dad and come across a picture of him that will forever be cherished.
16:47
April 11, 2019
G.E.M.S w/ Linwood Davis -Artist Workshop & Showcase
Helping my brother with his Artist Workshop/Showcase idea.
49:27
March 28, 2019
Let Your Birds Fly 🦅
More than being starters let’s be finishers. Before you start another project, business venture or opportunity give the ones that you’ve already started a chance to fly.
05:37
March 21, 2019
G.E.M.S. w/ Clarence Ward 12/17/18 (Content Management)
In 5-10 years everyone who makes a living that utilizes social media in any way will have a dedicated content manager and video editor.....or at least it will be in our best interest to have them.
11:00
March 15, 2019
Convo w/ Patrick Henderson (Danny Boy)
I was listening to one of my favorite jazz pianist Keith Jarrett and heard a song that I thought was mislabeled. It was it. You learn something new every day.
1:29:52
March 11, 2019
What It Feels Like To Feel Unappreciated
This is both to relate to those who can empathize and to help those who are on the other side to know how it feels.
04:00
March 8, 2019
What’s your differentiator?
Musicians and Artists. What’s your differentiator? Build community and relationships. Stop just trying to sell shit.
17:59
February 28, 2019
G.E.M.S w/ David Morgan - Reinvigorated Passion
Talking with my new Facebook friend David Morgan about reinvigorating passion, past experiences and legacy.
1:30:27
February 28, 2019
To All My New Facebook Friends! THANK YOU! 😊
I’m really appreciate that you decided to come into my World!😊
13:09
February 23, 2019
G.E.M.S w/ Paz Morris (2/21/18)
Here you get the opportunity to hear a business venture in its inception. If you’re in the DMV I really hope you get a chance to come out and hang with us on March 23 8 to 11 PM at the Eubie Blake center. For more information you can go to my Facebook page at Facebook.com/aaronhillsworld
2:08:24
February 21, 2019
G.E.M.S w/ Bunmi Moore (2/21/18)
Google Bunmi Moore and check out her business, products and services!! Show her some love and support!
1:23:23
February 21, 2019
Insecurities with Sharing Information
Insecurities will keep you from giving away everything to obtain everything.
40:07
February 20, 2019
Mood Mondays (2/18/19) ”Death isn’t the worst thing.....”
Sometimes the tragedy isn't that we die.....It's that some of us never LIVE.
49:56
February 20, 2019
Recap Of My Day! 2/17/19
It’s an amazing feeling when you just live your life naturally and know that you’re fulfilling your self created purpose.
17:17
February 18, 2019
Finding Your Musical Voice w/ Clarence Ward
It’s all about making Ideas your own
02:22
February 16, 2019
The Gathering (Song Medicine Session) 2/3/19
Every 1st Sunday 1-3pm we host “The Gathering” A Song Medicine Experience. At Baltimore Yoga Village. 6089 Falls Rd. Free/Family Friendly. Join Us!
1:40:22
February 16, 2019
My Promise To YOU!
I promise......
24:11
February 16, 2019
😢😢😢 My LAST Mood Monday 😞😞😞 (2/11/19)
All episodes here: https://www.facebook.com/aaronhillsworld
56:23
February 13, 2019
Hanging with the Homie Will Randall
I love helping everyone to realize their personal brand. It’s especially significant when I’m able to help people who I grew up with.
06:38
February 13, 2019
Cognitive Dissonance w/ Gospel Ep. 1 | I Love You Lord Today
The first of possibly a number of episodes during the transition process which I desire to be completely public about. Hope you enjoy 😊
18:07
February 11, 2019
Thanking my First Listeners!!!
I’m excited about you leaving a voice message so that I can think you publicly!
04:32
February 9, 2019
G.E.M.S 💎 2/9/19 w/ Willie Fields (Musician)
It’s really fun helping multi talented people to find their way in our new media industry.
1:10:39
February 9, 2019
Mood Mondays 2 4 19 | 2019 F.L.O.W
This year don't let other peoples opinions and judgement hold you back from what you KNOW you need to do! Take a listen!
52:06
February 6, 2019
G.E.M.S - 2/5/19 (April Sampe/Kier Johnson Vlog Show Ideas)
As a producer I’ve always had a creative branding. Here I’m just giving everyone my science and sharing my ideas for what it’s worth. My goal is to help everyone to see the principles that they can use for their own product, brand or legacy.
09:45
February 6, 2019
G.E.M.S - 2/6/19 (Clarence Wards’ - The Session)
If you are in the DMV area come check out one of the greatest jazz experiences happening every week at The Session. 8:30 - 12am. @ Terra Cafe - 101 e. 25th st.
15:31
February 6, 2019
I Love Helping People (Upcoming G.E.M.S)
Lookout for an upcoming GEMS conversation with Artist Anthony Murphy.
09:59
February 5, 2019
5 minutes of motivation for 2019
No more being hindered by hypotheticals. Time to go forward on your goals and dreams in 2019.
06:01
February 3, 2019
Why I Adore Ama....as she drifts to dreamland 😴
The title says it all.
09:36
February 3, 2019
Be Your Unadulterated SELF
The world’s number one dream killer is caring too much about other peoples opinions. Time to be your unadulterated self.
18:55
February 3, 2019
Change at the cellular level with a half sleep Ama 😴😊
In this episode Ama and I talk about change at the cellular level after a video that we watched and a formula that was presented in the video.....At least until Ama falls 😴 😂😂
20:23
February 3, 2019
Say Hi 👋 to V’nessa of @letstalknaturalssalon!
When you have a good relationship with your hairstylist it’s one of the best things ever. The only thing better is that I get the opportunity to give back to her with information and experience that I have that she can apply to her goals dreams and future legacy. Join us on this journey from the very beginning.
06:05
February 1, 2019
G.E.M.S with Catword - A 17 year old poet
Here I help a 17 year old Poet and your future favorite social worker start to conceptualize herself as an influential figure at an age at which I can only wish I had the technology resources and guidance like I’m giving her.
1:52:15
January 29, 2019
Building your brand on Social Media
Just a few tips about building organic real relationships or social media.
09:47
January 28, 2019
Super Excited about Helping People 😊
I’m so excited about helping people that I can’t contain myself.
11:55
January 26, 2019
A Quick Bid-ness Tip (Facebook Ads)
If you are already trying to find ways to cut back on spending money on fast food here’s another way to invest that same money but further your dreams.
07:35
January 26, 2019
My Phone is My Sampler and Life is My Record
Meeting my Past self all over again in the present.
19:38
January 26, 2019
Fun at the Walters Art Museum with Mae Lee!
Continuing to learn/remember that it’s the little things that count.
09:25
January 18, 2019
No More Taking Things for Granted
Please reread the title then reread the section entitled “Episode description”.
31:26
January 16, 2019
G.E.M.S 1/10/19 w/ Amos White (The Artists Forum)
In this episode I share my beginning thoughts with Amos White about his endeavors with his company the Artists form. This is the first part of a longer conversation. Stay tuned.
43:04
January 10, 2019
From Christianity to Secular Humanism & Atheism (Part 1)
The opening segment to my journey from Christianity to Secular Humanism. My desire is to: 1. Help others to understand others that believe differently than them. 2. Clear up unfortunate stereotypes 3. Tell my story that it may positively impact those who can relate.
57:54
January 3, 2019
From Christianity to Secular Humanism & Atheism (Part 2) [Have You Heard Of......?]
In Part 2 I talk about all the religious/spiritual texts that I and many people NEVER heard about before, read or are aware of.
47:36
January 3, 2019
Rationalizing Abusive Ideas
There are many ideas within our fundamentalist religious paths that are rationalized abusive ideas. My go with us podcast is the start a series of conversations on the topic as I explore my transition and talk about things that others are dealing with even quietly amongst communities.
49:52
January 3, 2019
The Rainbow Song ❤️💜💙
Mae Lee and I enjoy and practice music meditation style in the (parked 😂) car. Be sure to check out the full vlog on Aaron Hill TV 📺 (YouTube)
06:11
December 22, 2018
G.E.M.S 12/17/18 - Celebrating My Student!
In this episode I celebrate my student and give her some advice on starting her brand!
22:26
December 17, 2018
The fascinating life of Nikola Tesla
Join us as we talk as a family about the fascinating life Legacy and accomplishments of Nikola Tesla.
21:55
December 2, 2018
Mood Mondays (11 26 18) - Refinement through excavation and exploration
To find the best “seashell” in life there are 2 approaches. 1.) Setup a technical excavation with high tech equipment and a team. 2.) Play like a kid in the sand. On your major, intense, SUPER serious life excavation take the time to explore like an innocent bright eyed curious kid..... You’ll find the same seashell and have a much more fun time doing it. Aaron Hill
25:59
November 27, 2018
Helping Andrea w/ Confidence
Hey family. If there’s no other time I’ve asked for help it would be really helpful if you could give me some assistance with this particular phase of this journey with Andrea.
1:00:56
November 10, 2018
My Take On Failures
My take on failures. Interview with my drummer and friend Charles wilson.
10:23
November 9, 2018
G.E.M.S w: Skher Brown - Capoeira Instructor
In this episode of G.E.M.S I give advice to a good friend and martial arts instructor on adding social media to his business to take it to the next level
36:03
November 9, 2018
We’re On “Our Way” ......
This will be an impact that happens in a way never seen before. If there’s any other time I’d say this statement and feel that it was important it would be now. “Stay tuned for the journey......”
11:47
November 8, 2018
Food Assistance for Akilah Before Cancer Treatment
This is a very important conversation and trying to help out a friend with her food needs before a very important cancer treatment. Please listen and whatever you can do to help would be greatly appreciated.
15:25
November 5, 2018
Kanye, Trump, Racism and Religion w/ Andre Forbes
Kanye, Trump, Racism and Religion w/ Andre Forbes.
47:32
November 5, 2018
Sunday convo w/ Ama
One of many fruitful conversations that Ama and I have regularly.
15:48
November 5, 2018
G.E.M.S w/Leslie Hendricks (Hiring a Content Manager)
The importance of hiring a content manager
24:16
October 29, 2018
G.E.M.S w/ Howard Lakins-Graves
Convo with Buddy Lakins son Howard about ideas to help him to kick off his career.
39:26
October 28, 2018
G.E.M.S w/ Chuck Brown - Barbershop Ideas 1
Initial convo to help Chuck come up unique ideas for his Barbershop business.
13:50
October 25, 2018
G.E.M.S w/ Andrea - Facebook Ads
Continuing on the journey with Andrea to help her to raise $30,000 for stem cell therapy for her sons severe case of autism. In this episode we talked about preparing for her to learn how to strategically use Facebook ads To reach the people who could really help us to reach our goal
37:59
October 18, 2018
GEMS (10/5/18) w/ Mia Samone
GEMS (10/5/18) w/ Mia Samone. We talk about how we got to where we are, life, the music Industry and more.
56:01
October 8, 2018
GEMS (10/1/18) w/ Teporah Bilezikian
(GEMS) Giving Everyone My Science - with my good friend Teporah. We discuss social media, marketing, life and her new ventures.
1:22:08
October 8, 2018
GEMS (Giving Everyone My Science) 10/1/18 w/ Donald Tyson (Docta Toonz)
In this episode of GEMS we discuss how to translate in depth, deep and sometimes complex information to others in the form of "help" content while conveying the fullness of these ideas and information through our ultimate artistic expressions.
12:08
October 1, 2018
Creating A Fail Safe Formula
Creating A Fail Safe Formula by having as minimal, reasonable expectations as possible will inevitably allow you to fail less and to have higher consistency in success rates consequently boosting your mood, self esteem and confidence.
10:32
September 28, 2018
I’d Rather Try and Fail Than to Fail To Try
I’d Rather Try and Fail Than to Fail To Try. I hope this encourages someone as I work to encourage myself.
19:12
September 27, 2018
Andrea’s Daily Struggle
We need to do everything we can to help Andrea. A look at Andrea's daily life. Please help: http://www.gofundme.com/stem-therapy-for-byrons-autism
1:38:25
September 21, 2018
Forgetting about the Power of "The Schedule"
Just a simple reminder to self....and anyone else who can relate. CONNECT WITH ME ON MY OTHER SOCIAL MEDIA HOMES: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsiiMHezzLk_9puTy54EOaw FB: https://www.facebook.com/aaronhillsworld/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/aaronhillsworld/ PODCAST: https://anchor.fm/aaronhill MUSIC: http://fruitioncommunitymusic.com/ SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/fruitioncommunity WEBSITE: https://www.aaronhillsworld.com/ Please consider supporting me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/aaronhill Here’s my Community! FB: https://www.facebook.com/fruitioncommunity/ MUSIC: http://fruitioncommunitymusic.com/ SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/fruitioncommunity WEBSITE: https://www.fruitioncommunity.org
22:00
August 29, 2018
Listen In Order To Be Heard
Listening is the most powerful tool for being heard.
10:43
August 4, 2018
G.E.M.S Ep. 2 Conversation with Mar
In this episode we talk about the state of technology, the new “T.V.” And the benefit of social media. I give him some introductory ideas about documenting his handy skill of mechanic/handy work and family life.
24:54
July 29, 2018
Choose Love!
Choose the opposite action to negatively and witness the fruits of your choice.
25:03
July 26, 2018
The Next Actionable Step
No matter how monumental your goals are or how many obstacles are ahead there's always something you can do RIGHT NOW to bring you closer to success. This is called the next actionable step. Aaron Hill FB/IG - @aaronhillsworld. Website - http://www.aaronhillsworld.com
20:24
July 23, 2018
Interview on Jazz 101 with Tom Gouker
Tom Gouker (88.9FM Baltimore) interview about my life, music career and my band "The Fruition Experience".
27:58
July 18, 2018
G.E.M.S (Ep. 1) - Convo with Andrea Williams
Introducing G.E.M.S (Giving Everyone My Science)
31:33
July 17, 2018
You have nothing to lose by apologizing
And conversely, everything to gain.
10:37
July 7, 2018
Progress Vs. Perfection
You don't have to be "perfect" to be productive.
17:51
June 27, 2018
You Dont Have to "Make" Time.
Continued thoughts about maneuvering life for maximum productivity
21:57
June 11, 2018
Don’t Just Dream.......Do!
Don’t wait on ideal circumstances.
18:47
June 8, 2018
20 min. a day will set you on your way
I credit most of my success to this 20 min. a day formula.
20:16
June 6, 2018