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141 “What does it mean to live centered?”

with Miles Adcox

If you’ve been listening to the podcast for long, you’ve probably heard us talk about the concept of living centered. But what does that actually mean? And why is it such an important part of the Onsite experience? Today Mickenzie and Lindsey get to sit down with our Chairman and Proprietor, Miles Adcox, to discuss the concept of Living Centered, how it has become an experience that transcends beyond our in-person group experience, and why Onsite is passionate about helping people optimize and build meaning back to the human experience.  

Join us for the final episode of this phenomenal series! Catch up with the rest of the series.  

Meet this episode’s expert

Miles Adcox is a speaker, thought leader, advocate, advisor, and entrepreneur in the emotional wellness space. Unabashed personal freedom is a key to Miles’ personality; his ability to live life out loud through really hard work and great decisions is inspiring and something that people often long to emulate. Miles’ personal style and design inspirations draw from cowboy and western culture. Miles has a personal eagerness for adventure, and he encourages others to take a step outside themselves, both physically and mentally, in order to be vulnerable and become in-tune with their emotions and intentions.

He is the Chairman and Owner of Onsite, an internationally-known emotional wellness lifestyle brand that delivers life-changing personal growth workshops, digital mental health master classes, emotionally smart leadership retreats, and residential emotional wellness and trauma treatment. Miles’ work at Onsite has been featured on 20/20, Good Morning America, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Dr. Phil Show, The Doctors, People, Billboard, Marie Claire, and more.

Mentioned in this episode

In this episode:  



5:33 – How Miles got on the emotional health journey 

10:31 – The most common emotional health struggles we face  

18:15 – Our collective window of tolerance is decreasing  

21:33 – How to sustainably come alongside people who are struggling  

25:13 – The mental health trend Miles is excited (and wary) about  

36:59 – Miles’ Living Centered story  

42:07 – The Experience – Onsite’s Newest Offering for Workshop Alum  

52:44 – How to do an Emotional Body Scan  

Onsite Experiences mentioned in this episode:

The Experience – Workshop for Alums

You’ve felt it. The grace and understanding that comes from sharing some of your most formative moments with empathetic witnesses. The feeling of being truly seen, known, and loved for who you are, not what you do. The relief that comes from healing what hurts and finding a new way forward.

But our “work” is never done. More healing, more insight, and more growth is waiting for you. That’s why we created “The Experience” —an opportunity designed exclusively for you, an Onsite workshop alum, to return to campus and discover your next layer of healing.  

Onsite’s Living Centered Program

There’s always room for more — depth, contentment, healing, love, purpose.

Whether you’re feeling stuck or broken, overwhelmed or ready to dig deeper, we can guide you to the more you’re seeking.

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