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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Feb 29, 2016

Real estate investor and musician Chris Wark was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer in 2003, at 26 years old. After surgery, he refused chemotherapy and chose nutrition and natural therapies to heal his body. In 2010, he went public with his story and mission to inspire people to take control of their health and reverse disease with a radical transformation of diet and lifestyle. Today, Chris is an active blogger, speaker and personal health coach with clients all over the world including celebrities and even medical doctors. He has made many appearances on radio and television including The Ricki Lake Show and The Lisa Oz Show, and he frequently speaks at health and wellness events around the country. Chris has reached millions of people through his youtube channel and website.

Some things you will learn:

  • Instead of fighting your body, LOVE yourself, take care of yourself and support your body
  • Identify and eliminate as many cancer causing factors in your life
  • “Sometimes when you are scared, just do it scared.”-Chris Wark
  • What Chris eats!

Book suggestion: Radical Remission - Kelly Turner, The Blue Zones - Dan Buettner & How not to Die -Michael Greger

Chris’s favorite quote: "Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than one's fear.” -Ambrose Redmoon

Interview Links:

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Feb 26, 2016


This episode is the beginning of a new series from Dr. Jason Klop. This will be his way of sharing his own messages with his listeners! Today’s topic revolves around his first step of Stepping into the Jungle: Create your Vision. More details can be found in his ebook 8 Steps to Personal Transformation!  This episode inspires you to really take a look at your life to figure out what is holding you back from living your life on purpose and on passion!


Some things you will learn:

  • Steps you will take to create your vision:
    • Imagine and feel the pinnacle moment in your life
    • Get clarity on your “why’s”
    • Identify what things are holding you back
    • Create action items.
    • Build in rewards for each success
  • There is no time like the present to get on purpose and on point!


Link to Dr. Jason Klop’s FREE ebook 8 Steps to Personal Transformation

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Feb 25, 2016

Benson Sung is a first generation immigrant to Canada. He struggled in school and initially at business, but is now a sought after marketing funnel and client acquisition specialist in the business community. He truly believes life is too short to not follow your dreams and passions!

Some things you will learn:

  • Utilize resources that will feed your mind with things to balance your mindset
  • Be able to handle different types of people at the different stages in your development
  • Having a mentor gives you the foundation and skill set and challenges you to grow and push yourself!

Book suggestion: How to Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie

Benson’s favorite quote: “Man surprised me most about humanity. Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.”-Dalai Lama

Interview Links:

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Feb 24, 2016

Jay is a Bestselling author who has been described by Wired magazine as “having the coolest job in the industry.”  He is a leading technology innovator who has raised hundreds of millions of dollars for startups; sold companies to Fortune 500 firms; taken companies public; and partnered with some of the world’s biggest brands, including Coca Cola, McDonald’s, General Motors, United Airlines, Microsoft, Apple, Verizon, and Facebook. Samit is CEO of SeaChange International, a leading global multi-screen video software company.  He was a senior advisor to LinkedIn, a senior executive at Universal Studios and Sony.  Samit was appointed to the White House Initiative for Education and Technology by President Bill Clinton and is an adjunct professor of entrepreneurship at USC’s Viterbi School of Engineering.  A champion of disruptors, Samit hosted the Wall Street Journal Startup of the Year series.

Some things you will learn:
• “If you want to change the world, you first have to change yourself”

• “You only need to be right for a nanosecond to become a millionaire”

• “No obstacle is so great, that a determined person can’t make a difference”

• Start at your goal and work backwards and the missing pieces will fill themselves in

Book suggestion: Vaporized: Solid Strategies for Success in a Dematerialized World - Robert Tercek

Jay’s favorite quote: “Be the best at what you do, or the only one doing it”. -Jay Samit

Interview Links:
• Website:

• Facebook

• Twitter: @jaysamit

• LinkedIn

• Jay’s book: Disrupt You!

Reach out today to Jay Samit on his website or Twitter and Jay will send you a free gift! - The Companion workbook!

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Feb 23, 2016

Through his twenty-plus years as a holistic physician, Dr. Bradley Nelson developed The Emotion Code, a system for releasing the trapped emotions that block mental and physical healing.  Dr. Nelson is one of the world’s foremost experts in the emerging fields of bio-energetic medicine and energy psychology.

Some things you will learn:
• How aligning yourself with a higher power and getting rid of your emotional baggage can fill your life with joy!

• Trapped emotion=trapped balls of emotional energy, which distorts our normal energy field

• As long as we are creating, we can have joy!

Book suggestion: Bible, Book of Mormon

Dr. Nelson’s favorite quote: “Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting, the soul that rises with us, our life’s star, hath had elsewhere its setting and cometh from afar, not an entire forgetfulness and not in utter nakedness but trailing clouds of glory do we come from God, who is our home”. -Wordsworth

Interview Links:
• Website: and

• Facebook

• Twitter: @drbradleynelson

• Dr. Nelson’s book: The Emotion Code

        free emotion code offer

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Feb 22, 2016

As a young child Pat was labeled “Learning disabled with Speech Deficiencies” and put into special classes. Throughout his teenage years he struggled to find his purpose failing forward through life and trying everything including 2 years as a 4th string player (benchwarmer) on the lacrosse team. He graduated college with a degree in Sociology and a 2.6 GPA. Jumping into Real Estate straight out of college after being turned down for several corporate sales positions, Pat sold 10 homes his first year earning a total of $13,200.  Through consistent application of 6 steps, Pat grew his real estate business each and every year. In 2004 he became the #1 Re/Max Agent in the world and in 2006 he was honored with the same #1 recognition by Keller Williams Realty.

Some things you will learn:
• Affirmations without discipline is the beginning of delusion-Jim Rohn
• Pat’s six steps to seven figures
• Using affirmations to peel off the negative layers in your life to allow your genius to shine

Book suggestion: As you think -James Allen

Pat’s favorite quote: “You cannot dream within and stand still without”. -James Allen

Interview Links:
• Website:
• Facebook
• Pat’s book:  6 steps to Seven Figures

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Feb 19, 2016

Marco was born 3 months premature and would later be diagnosed with cerebral palsy. This diagnosis meant he needed a lot of physical rehab and it left him having to use his wheelchair to get around. Despite all of this, he first started speaking in front of large audiences at the age of 10; it was then that he realized the impact that words can have. Since then, he's been involved with a number of organizations as a spokesperson, helping to spread advocacy for persons with disabilities across Canada, and proving that anything is possible when you invest the right kind of energy and creativity.

Some things you will learn:

  • How to use your challenges to guide you in moving forward
  • Marco’s CUBE principle
    • C: Creatively
    • U: Utilize your
    • B: Best
    • E: Energy

Book suggestions: E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber & The Law of Attraction by Michael Losier

 Marco’s favourite quote: “Doing means turning possibilities into actualities”.-Ah

 Interview Links: (any pertinent things mentioned in episode)

Feb 18, 2016

At the pinnacle of his Russian career, Andrei Mincov moved to Canada where his legal career evolved from going back to law school, getting licensed as a Canadian lawyer, starting his own law firm, founding Trademark Factory® and, eventually, having to sacrifice his lawyer license to be able to deliver guaranteed flat-fee trademarking services to clients worldwide. A bestselling author of 5 books, an international speaker, and a visionary, Andrei is passionate about helping entrepreneurs Protect their ideas and cover their assets®.

Some things you will learn:

  • The challenges Andrei faced starting over and how he worked through them
  • Facing your fears and moving through them can give you such joy and satisfaction
  • Recognizing your potential and not giving up despite monumental disappointments

 Book suggestion: E-Myth by Michael Gerber & Built to Sell by John Warrillow

 Andrei’s favourite quote: “If it’s worth promoting, it’s worth protecting.”-Andrei Mincov

 Interview Links:


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Feb 17, 2016

Chad Goldwasser is a real estate maven and motivational speaker who uses his experience to empower others to follow their dreams! Chad has been breaking barriers everywhere he goes, and at the peak of his real-estate career for Keller Williams, Chad broke company records by selling $123 million in sales volume in two years.

Chad's philosophy has always been to "serve people at the highest level and be the best in the world at what you do and you will succeed."

Some things you will learn:
• How to reconnect with your vision after devastating life/business experiences
• How to propel yourself through your fears and move in the direction of your dreams
• Chad’s morning rituals to push and empower himself
• It is a privilege, not a sacrifice, to work to accomplish your dreams

Book suggestions:  “Think and Grow Rich”-Napoleon Hill & “Thinking for a Change”-John Maxwell

Chad’s favourite quote:  “Stay connected with people who inspire, nourish and bring out the best in you. It takes time to pull yourself together and to heal if you’ve been hurt, humiliated, or become emotionally broken because of what you’ve gone through. You can become disconnected with the real you and forget who you really are. It’s necessary to read, listen and focus on positive things. Things that strengthen your mind, develop your confidence and fortify your spirit. Create a strategy that will allow yourself to rid your life of people whose only intention is to strip, destroy, or take you down.” - Les Brown

Interview Links:
• Email:
• Website:
• Twitter: @chadgoldwasser
• Facebook
• LinkedIn
• Chad’s book: reStart

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Feb 16, 2016

Beth Buelow, a professional coach, author and speaker, has made it her mission to serve as a guide to introverted entrepreneurs who want to amplify their strengths to build sustainable, energetically aligned businesses.

Some things you will learn:

  • How looking through the Introvert/Extrovert energy lens can set you up to be more sustainable
  • How to be successful in your life, business or career as an introvert
  • Trust that what you have to offer needs to be shared!

Book suggestion: The Zen Commandments – 10 Suggestions for a Life of Inner Freedom - Dean Sluyter

Beth’s favorite quote: Stop acting so small – you are the universe in ecstatic motion. - Rumi

Interview Links:

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Feb 15, 2016

Joel had a near death experience as a child after a tragic fall from a train bridge. He spent 3 years in the hospital struggling for his life and eventually regained his health and strength. In this challenge he learned the importance of finding and sharing his voice. Joel uses this experience to help others to find their purpose and passion.

Some things you will learn:

  • We all have a hunger to share our inner voice – process to discover yours
  • Faith based strategy for practicing gratitude that is unique and empowering
  • You are never going to get over fear and hesitation, so you may as well just START
  • ABC – action brings clarity

 Book suggestion: Becoming a Category of One – Joe Callaway

Joel’s favorite quote: “No traffic jams along the extra mile” – Roger Staubach and “ Talent and athleticism wins games, but teamwork wins championships” – Michael Jordan

 Interview Links:

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Feb 12, 2016

Kevin is an international speaker and has shared his simple formula for unlimited joy and fulfillment all across the United States. When at a transition in your life Kevin suggests making a list of all the things you are thankful for, then doors of possibility will open that you otherwise would never have seen. Instead of focusing on fear, focus on the potential, which will then fill your life with hope. Don't ask what is wrong, but what is right!

Some things you will learn:

  • Why Muhammad Ali and Michael Jackson were the greatest of all time
  • How to change perspective:
    • F – find the frustration and acknowledge it
    • L – look for what’s awesome in the frustration
    • I – initiate gratitude
    • P – powering up with gratifeul
  • How to change the world for the better: Feel gratitude in your frustrations and serve one person selflessly one time each day

Book suggestion: The Go Giver by Bob Burg & John David Mann

Kevin’s favorite quote: “The opposite of courage in our society is not cowardice, it's conformity.” – Rolo May

Interview Links:

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Feb 11, 2016

Dr. Nima Rahmany is a chiropractic doctor with an audacious goal of bringing stress and resilience education to groups worldwide, especially to high school students. Nima is leading a global movement that inspires individuals to fall in love with their most authentic selves and live a life on purpose and in service to others.

 Some things you will learn:

  • How to overcome the war of internal voices: one is your calling and the other the imposter syndrome voice
  • When you open your heart to love then healing, fulfillment and achievement are birthed
  • How letting go will never work to ease your stress and resentment
  • Your behavior tells the story of your values
  • The end of every healing journey is making your mess your message

Nima’s favorite quote: “When the voice and the vision on the inside becomes louder and more profound then the opinions on the outside, then you have begun to master your life”. – Dr. Demartini

 Interview Links:

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Feb 10, 2016

Matt Marcinek was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at 9 months old and has since then had to overcome many obstacles. As an athlete in both judo and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, he endured a decade long losing streak before getting his first win in the spring of 2013. 

Some things you will learn:

  • How Matt persisted despite a decade long losing streak
  • Don't forget the things you need to do daily to get you closer to your goals
  • Celebrate the victories in life
  • Once you work with ruthless positivity everyday, the sky is the limit

Book suggestion: Black Hole Focus by Isaiah Hankel

Matt’s favorite quote: “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit”. - Aristotle

Interview links:

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Feb 9, 2016

Larry believes life is too short to try to continue making other people happy. When you are really clear as to who you are and what you do, you will become better at that. To be successful in business and life you need to understand your uniqueness and learn to exploit it. You don't just become more successful, you give up what is keeping your from being successful.

Some things you will learn:

  • How to discover your uniqueness
  • How to determine your core values – what will you never compromise on?
  • How to overcome the victim mentality

Book suggestion: First you have to row a little boat by Richard Bode

Larry’s favorite quote: “Do what you said you would do, the way you said you would do it, when you said you would do it”

Interview links:

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Feb 8, 2016

Hussein Hallak lives to inspire possibility, to enable people, to achieve the remarkable. He believes that the worst enemy of people is being ‘comfortable’. Life is not meant to be comfortable. If you have achieved comfort in life, then you have tricked yourself because life is not comfortable. You must push yourself beyond your deceptive mind.

Some things you will learn:

  • You have a purpose even if you are not aware of it now
  • How to create demand for yourself by continually learning and pushing yourself
  • Starting a business is a scientific process that is all about experimenting
  • Big take a ways: just START, find the right partners, build companies with friends and family

Book suggestion: Great by Choice by Jim Collins

Hussein’s favorite quote: “In any given moment, there is somebody looking up to you, and they are inspired by your thoughts, words, ideas and actions” - Unknown 

Interview links:

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Feb 5, 2016

Mindfulness is often confused with meditation and made out to be much more difficult then it really is. Simply put, mindfulness is the simple process of actively noticing new things. The benefits of mindfulness are innumerable including: health, memory, relationships, productivity etc. This is an amazing and stimulating conversation.


Some things you will learn:

  • What mindfulness really is and the benefits you can get from being mindful
  • How to make the most out of change in your life
  • Studies on connecting the mind and body to explain aging, spontaneous remissions and the placebo effect
  • Humor is an example of mindfulness so we can all practice more mindfulness


Book suggestion: Mindfulness and On becoming an Artist by Ellen Langer


Dr. Ellen’s favorite quote: Life consists only of moments it’s easy to make the moment matter.


Interview Links:


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Feb 4, 2016

Court took his last chance at recovery from addiction and made the best of it. He credits recovery for everything he now has in his life. In fact, recovery provided Court with the opportunity to join the ultimate fighter reality show where he went on to become the winner. Court is an active fighter in the UFC with an impressive record. His comeback from an overdose death is meaningful and inspiring!

Some things you will learn:

  • Courts story of drug addiction and recovery
  • How dedication to maintaining recovery has allowed court to be great at mixed martial arts
  • The amazing story of the first autograph Court signed: always work hard and never give up on your dreams.
  • Tips for getting help for yourself or a loved one who is dealing with addiction

Book suggestion: The Imposter – how a juvenile criminal succeeded in business and life by Kip Kreiling

Courts favourite Quote: “Keep it simple stupid”

Interview Links:

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Feb 3, 2016

Wendy had a spinal infection that nearly led to her death. What she learned in the process is phenomenal. She is now living a simplified, soulful and purposeful life.

Some things you will learn:

  • Wendy’s story of overcoming the loss of the ability to walk
  • What Wendy learned after nearly dying
  • The major lessons: forgive self, learning from others, gratitude, share your message

Book Suggestion: The Practical Dreamers Handbook by Paul & Sarah Edwards 

Quote: “No man stands so tall as when you stoops to help a child” – James C. Dobson

Interview Links:

Feb 2, 2016

Lucas Mattiello suffered from extreme anxiety and panic attacks. At a particular low point in his life he decided to make a change. The journey is a beautiful one with many catches on the way. What has grown out of that struggle is nothing short of amazing!

Some things you will learn:

  • Lucas’s self proclaimed yoga addiction
  • How Lucas went from ‘mental hospital’ to public speaker trainer
  • Olympians have many coaches – we shouldn't be ashamed to get help
  • Strategies for overcoming anxiety
  • 3 big takeaways!

Book Suggestion: Psycho-Cybernetics by Dr. Maxwell Maltz

Quote: “Every battle is won before it is ever fought” - Sun Tzu

Interview Links:

Twitter: @leveluplucas