Step into the Jungle with Dr. Jason Klop – Conversations that Matter with People Who Care.

If you are facing challenges in your health, wealth, business or relationships then STEP INTO THE JUNGLE is the show for you. Dr. Jason Klop interviews people who have successfully overcome these challenges OR who have the expertise to assist you in overcoming them. You too can live an inspired, authentic, passionate life that is on purpose and true to your higher calling. It all starts with that FIRST STEP into the wild and wondrous Jungle of Life.
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Step into the Jungle with Dr. Jason Klop – Conversations that Matter with People Who Care.

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Jan 27, 2016

Dan Lok is a multi-millionaire who failed at his first 13 attempts at business. At a low point in his life Dan was 150,000 dollars in debt with nothing to show for it. His desire to care for his family made him ultimately keep trying and led to success.


Some things you will learn:

  • Dan’s first dream ‘job’
  • The life changing book that ignited his desire
  • Its easier to become successful then to stay successful
  • Not work life balance, but work life integration
  • Entrepreneurs are creators – they can never retire.


Book Suggestion: F.U. Money by Dan Lok


Quote: “Bite more then you can chew and then chew like crazy” - Unknown


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Jan 27, 2016

Dr. Adam McLeod is a naturopathic doctor practicing integrative oncology in Vancouver, Canada at Yaletown Naturopathic Clinic. He is the author of 5 best selling books with the most recent book being: Integrative Oncology – the power of being informed. Dr Adam realized at a young age that the power of intention could heal people and in an effort to better serve people has gone on to become a naturopathic doctor and write extensively on the topic.

Some things you will learn:

  • What integrative oncology is
  • Mindset for overcoming cancer
  • Dr Adams big step into the Jungle at age 15
  • Dr Adams evening ritual to lay the ground work for his perfect day

Book Suggestion: The Field by Lynne McTaggert

Quote: “Why do we base our hope on statistics, hope is the variable that changes those statistics” - Unknown

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Jan 27, 2016

During this brief introduction episode I will outline my vision for this show as well as tell you a little bit about myself. I am so excited to be on this journey of transformation with you.


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Twitter: @drjasonklop