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Causing The Effect

Scott Gazzoli
Health & FitnessAlternative HealthMental Health

Sometimes we find ourselves living by other people’s expectations and perceptions. Being our true self is one of the biggest gifts we can give ourselves. This can be one of the most rewarding things we accomplish in life. Causing The Effect is a podcast focused on the true exploration of your mind and body to become your true self. The goal is to share and serve valuable knowledge that will bring your life to a new awareness through modern psychology, practical wisdom and physiology. Scott has a variety of guests he interviews from scientists to psychologists and fitness enthusiasts.


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 79 ratings
  • Speaking my language

    All of the Causing The Effect podcast episodes speak to me because they are practical, down to earth and thought provoking. Scott the host, is always kind, funny and honors his guests; allowing the conversation go wherever it needs to with a sense of inquisitiveness. This is not fluff talk. It’s real and inspiring and doesn’t waist your time. With every episode, I’m more aware and informed.

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  • These episodes are amazing!

    Scott is the man. Such a down to earth guy. Can’t wait to see where this podcast takes him!

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    I love Scott’s curiosity and thirst for new perspectives. He has a way of diving deep and bringing valuable insights out of his guests. Great guests. Great topics. Must listen if you are into spirituality and human optimization.

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