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The IPS Podcast | Educational Platform on Life | Hosted by Jellis Vaes

A warm welcome to the podcast of The IPS Project, the educational platform on life. In this podcast hosted by Jellis Vaes, the founder of The IPS Project, you can expand your knowledge about life topics that we learn little to nothing about growing up—topics such as mental health, relationships, the workings of the mind, etc. We will learn about them from experts and people from all walks of life.

Nov 22, 2018

Five episodes have come and gone once again, bringing us to a new Five Bullet Points Episode. It's been a wide range of exciting topics and subjects that we covered in Episodes 11-15.

All from astonishing people who shared their knowledge, wisdom, and inspiration that can impact, change, and bring a...


Sep 30, 2018

Welcome, here’s the very first IPS Positive News Stories. We at The IPS Project are delighted to introduce this new type of episode on our podcast, and we are excited to have you here looking for positive news rather than the negative news we so often already see on the mainstream news.

Each episode of The IPS...


Jul 23, 2018

Your thoughts create your life.

Being aware of how much your thoughts determine your life quality is of fundamental importance—more so than many may realize.

While this podcast episode delves more deeply into precisely how negative thoughts create much of all our sufferings, in the show notes, you will find various...


Jun 6, 2018

“To develop as a person, you have to go out of what is comfortable and experience new areas.” - Kristina Paltén

Kristina Paltén – Swedish ultra-runner, two-time world-record holder, adventurer, and in all, a beautiful soul – joins us today on The IPS Podcast to talk about courage, facing your fears, following...


Apr 7, 2018

“Life is going to be tough sometimes. But it's tough for everybody, and we are in it together. ” - Mark Hencik

Suicide: it’s a topic that deserves more attention.

Let us, therefore, give it the attention it deserves within this interview.

Today, we have invited someone who has firsthand experience with suicide,