No Excuses Coaching with Ryan Montis & Alanna Banks

Holiday Gift Guide for Coaches and Personal Development Enthusiasts

November 27, 2023 Ryan Montis & Alanna Banks Season 4 Episode 10
No Excuses Coaching with Ryan Montis & Alanna Banks
Holiday Gift Guide for Coaches and Personal Development Enthusiasts
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If you feel stumped about finding the perfect gift for your coach friends, this episode is for you.

We take you through a list of unique and thoughtful gifts specifically tailored for loved ones passionate about personal development, wellness, and spirituality.

We don't just discuss practical gifts; we also explore quirky and offbeat gift options.

You'll find something for someone on your list, and you might be inspired to get something for yourself!

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Speaker 1:

Okay, so it is, it's almost Christmas.

Speaker 2:

It's getting there.

Speaker 1:

It's getting there and you know, everyone in the US celebrated Thanksgiving this past weekend Yep, we're recording this before Thanksgiving, but it's the landing post. So I thought it would be fun to have an episode about gift giving, and I imagine that buying gifts for coaches or people who are into personal development or like spiritual stuff is difficult maybe for the average person to purchase for, and so I found this list of gifts that you could give someone who's into personal development, who's a coach, who's into wellness and maybe spirituality that they would really like, that you might not think to get them, yeah.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, like the lobster shaped heating pad. Cover number 34 on our list. No, not that. Maybe, not that one, yeah, maybe not that one. Lobster and eating.

Speaker 1:

It's funny because, like I always think I'm such an easy person to shop for. You know, like I, there's so many things that I can think of that I would want, right, and people tell me that I'm, like, one of the most difficult people on their Christmas list to shop for. Yeah, and so I'm thinking that this, this, hopefully, this list is going to help people understand what people like me or, you know, someone who's a coach in your life or someone who's interested in personal development I don't even know if it's personal development, but just interested in different things might want.

Speaker 2:

A person who's interested in things they might want, some of the things that we're going to talk about during this episode.

Speaker 1:

I mean we can't make it any more clear than that. No, we can't.

Speaker 2:

But these are like things with like, yeah, a personal development, a coaching enthusiast, you know.

Speaker 1:

Self care maybe self care. Sit in self care.

Speaker 2:

Person. Let's just get into the list. Number 19 on the list is a small desktop pink refrigerator and I can tell you I have this. I don't have a pink one, I have mine. Looks identical to the photo but is of a different brand name and mine is black and I can see it If I look over my monitor. Past you, Atlanta banks, I can see it over there my desktop office refrigerator.

Speaker 1:

And I love that thing, I love it. How much, like how many cans of something fits in it.

Speaker 2:

It can hold six cans of pop comfortably. And some people use these as like self care refrigerators, like they keep their creams and lotion stuff in them. I keep. I keep drinks in mine, so I don't have to keep them in the communal fridge down the hall in my own little private fridge. I love that thing was not too expensive. If I didn't own it and somebody gave it to me as a gift, I would really like it.

Speaker 1:

Cool, and does it? Is it just as cold as a regular fridge?

Speaker 2:

Oh, absolutely, it's a real fridge, for sure.

Speaker 1:

And you plug it into the wall, not into your computer.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, every now and then it shuts down is like sorry, I need to upgrade my software, your drinks will be warm for two hours and then no, just plugged into the wall and into a regular plug. Yeah, regular plug comes with. The cord works out of the box. I bought mine on Amazon. There's some unsubscribes right there. The anti Amazon crowds want you to still shop at Amazon how dare you. Oh well, so if you see that the downloads go down next week, landmakes, because I admitted that I'd buy stuff from Amazon.

Speaker 1:

That's okay, I do too. Yeah, I mean you know what I also saw on the list. If we're on the theme of fridges, I saw one that you can plug in in your car on here.

Speaker 2:

I used to have a fridge in my car when I was a private investigator and I was on the road a lot oh that makes sense. I had a working refrigerator in my car, a little one. It was shaped like an armrest. It was really cool. You could actually. It had a switch on the front. It could also heat, so you flip the switch and the inside of it would like pretty quickly go from being really cold to really hot. It was this cool and it plugged into the car and it was also like a cooler. So even when the car's power was off, you know it would keep stuff in there cool for a while after you turned off the car. That thing was cool. If you know somebody who is crazy and spends 12 hours a day in their car, like I used to as part of the job.

Speaker 1:

Yeah Well, that's what this thing is. It's a travel fridge with car charger.

Speaker 2:

What number is that?

Speaker 1:

on the list Number 19.

Speaker 2:

Number 19. Oh okay, so that one's. Oh okay, so it's a little bit different, you know what though, now that I think about it, mine might have come with a car plugin as well the one that I have in my office but it definitely came with a wall plugin, as I use it in my office.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, cause this one says it's good also to keep your lotions and eye masks and stuff like that, rollers perfectly chilled, cool, put your eye mask in there?

Speaker 2:

Yeah, okay.

Speaker 1:

Probably enough talking about that fridge. Yeah, let's move on Number 23. Okay, go ahead.

Speaker 2:

Now I'm so excited about number 23 that I have to have two turns in a row.

Speaker 1:

Okay, Sorry.

Speaker 2:

I have to Okay. Himalayan salt lamp. I have two of these at my place. I should bring one to the office. Actually.

Speaker 1:

I like these salt lamps.

Speaker 2:

I just like the look of them.

Speaker 1:

Me too, I like the look of them.

Speaker 2:

They're good. You know, I like the vibe. Some people think they have like health benefits or energetic benefits, and I don't know whether that's true or not, but I just love the style of a good salt lamp with a little wooden base.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, me too.

Speaker 2:

It's all inside, it glows. It's like something out of Indiana Jones.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, and it's like a nice way to like, you know, bring the vibe down in the evening. You know, if you don't want bright lights, you just turn those on, and it's just like a nice, like candlelight.

Speaker 2:

Fire up your salt lamp.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, set the mood. I used to have one and then, when my kids were very little, they knocked it over and broke it and I've never replaced it. But I got it as a gift, which I thought was the nicest gift.

Speaker 2:

The great gift when I was gifted the salt lamp.

Speaker 1:

It's kind of one of those things you don't want to buy.

Speaker 2:

I bought two.

Speaker 1:

But, yeah. Well, maybe because the first time I ever had when I had been gifted it. So I was like, oh, that's cool. I don't know if I would have ever bought this, but this is a lovely gift.

Speaker 2:

If you know somebody who's into like personal development or like kind of like meditation, if they don't have salt lamp, get them a salt lamp.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, and they're cheap. I was just grocery shopping at Metro the other day and they had them at the grocery store.

Speaker 2:

Like a no name salt lamp in the yellow box with a black writing salt lamp.

Speaker 1:

I don't know what it was. It was in like the healthy food section or like where they sell vitamins and everything.

Speaker 2:

I did one time lick one of my salt lamps just out of curiosity. Very salty, genuine salt. Yep, very salty, really. A big chunk of sodium.

Speaker 1:

Yeah Well, while we're on the topic of lights, there's also this really cool number six. It's a wake up light, sunrise alarm clock. So rather than being like jolted awake by, like an annoying sound, this is like sunlight beaming into your room in the morning to wake you up.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, yeah, that's kind of cool. I don't have one of those, but I've heard good things.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, that's kind of cool. And then right below it is number seven, which is an acupressure mat and pillow set.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, I wouldn't use that if somebody gave me that.

Speaker 1:

Oh my gosh, it has needles in it.

Speaker 2:

Does it no?

Speaker 1:

Without the needles Not needles.

Speaker 2:

it's like little. Yeah, I mean, this one's a little bit more risky. I think Some people probably would really like that, but I don't know that I wouldn't like it. It's just that I know that I wouldn't use it, like I would try it once and then it would be like in the closet permanently.

Speaker 1:

Yeah yeah it's one of those things where you'd probably use it for a week and then you're like oh, bring it away now because the cleaning light is coming, and then you know, bring it back out.

Speaker 2:

That reminds me I gotta recharge my massage gun. That's a good gift. I don't know if it's on this list or not, but a massage gun. You're looking at $100 plus for a decent massage gun, but that's a good gift.

Speaker 1:

That is a nice gift.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, if somebody doesn't have one, but they gotta actually enjoy a massage. Like some people never go for massages or not into it at all. They're not gonna use a massage gun, but if you know somebody who wants to pulverize their muscles with a mechanical device, like I do, it's a great gift.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, Number two. I like I've been wanting these. Actually they're Eucalyptus essential oil shower steamers. So you just like plop that in your shower, I guess, and then the steam of the shower just like makes the smell of the steamer. Is that how it?

Speaker 2:

works Like the humidity of the shower causes it? I think so off gas Eucalyptus fumes that smell nice.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, like I put, I always have fresh Eucalyptus in the shower, but it only works for the first couple of days and then it gets dry and then you don't really smell it as much.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, that sounds like a lot of upkeep. To have like constant fresh Eucalyptus in your shower, you'd have to have like Eucalyptus.

Speaker 1:

I think it'd be so cool to have like a live Eucalyptus wall or ceiling of your shower and then you just like get in there every morning and it's just like you're at the spa or you're in like a jungle or something.

Speaker 2:

I wonder if that's doable or how much light a Eucalyptus plant needs. Could you just have the plant in your bathroom?

Speaker 1:

Yeah, probably.

Speaker 2:

I don't know.

Speaker 1:

What it needs to be like. I buy it fresh, but it's not planted Like. It's just from the flower area at the garden.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, that's what I mean. Could you have like a pot with?

Speaker 1:

soil A potted Eucalyptus. Yeah.

Speaker 2:

I don't know like is it too big? Is it like a banana tree? And it's like massive. So you can't, I don't know.

Speaker 1:

I don't know. I'm gonna look into that actually later.

Speaker 2:

Listeners tune in next time on Gardening with Ryan Lauches, where we'll uncover the mysteries of bathroom-grown Eucalyptus.

Speaker 1:

Yeah Well have you seen these. I've seen these ads and this might be a cool gift too. It's not on the list, but it's a crystal infused shower head, so it's like a shower head that's full of crystals and you screw it onto your shower whatever tap, and so the water goes through the crystal tube and then out of the shower head, so you're being showered with crystal infused water.

Speaker 2:

I think if you're gonna give that as a gift, you need to reserve that one for the most woo-woo of your woo-woo pals. Yeah, okay.

Speaker 1:

That's not a.

Speaker 2:

Ryan Lauches gift. Love the idea, love the idea. But I'm not installing that in my shower, In your shower.

Speaker 1:

That's too much for me, that's too much for me, that's too much. It is a lot of money.

Speaker 2:

Like one notch too much. You know, Would you have that? Would you use that? If somebody gave that to you, would you install it in the bathroom?

Speaker 1:

Yeah, I probably would.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, you would. So, if you know Atlanta. Banks, she's dropping hints here. People Get her that crystal infused shower head, cool okay.

Speaker 1:

I don't know if it would be compatible, though it depends. I don't know if it would be compatible with my shower.

Speaker 2:

You could just call up your local plumber Say hey, I've got this very special shower head. I need you to install, you know. Yeah yeah, there you go by local. Okay, what else we got here? Water bottle yeah boring. Don't buy people a water bottle.

Speaker 1:

No.

Speaker 2:

Boring water bottle, unless it's got some special. Yeah, maybe there's some special water bottles, like one that's made out of stone. I saw that one time. That was kind of cool. A chunk of rose quartz to massage with, that's kind of a cool idea.

Speaker 1:

Oh, you know what I think that is? What number is it?

Speaker 2:

36.

Speaker 1:

Oh God, I lost the list here. No, never mind.

Speaker 2:

It's called a Guasha tool.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, so you know what that is. You put oil on your face and then you use it to smooth your skin and it's supposed to be really stimulating for your skin. Yeah, yeah, I like that idea.

Speaker 2:

I wouldn't, mind that that stuff's pretty good, it works.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, it totally works. There's a weighted blanket on here. Have you ever used a weighted blanket?

Speaker 2:

I have not. I have not.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, I haven't either.

Speaker 2:

I've heard good things. The people who use them seem to like them.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, I wouldn't mind trying one Tranquility weighted blanket.

Speaker 2:

There you go. Number 43 is an essential oil diffuser. Those things are cool. They put that little puff of mist behind you. You can use your essential oils.

Speaker 1:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

I've had a couple of these over the years. My objection is they break, they get gunked up. You get bored of them after a while. Yeah, I don't know, it's going to depend on the person.

Speaker 1:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

It is a nice gift, though.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, it is a nice gift.

Speaker 2:

You know what I think is a really great gift. I don't know if it's necessarily on this list, but really nice quality sheets. If you're new to mattress size and give someone a sheet set that is high thread count or a really good quality flannel sheet set, that would be a lovely gift.

Speaker 1:

That's a lovely gift.

Speaker 2:

That's a lovely gift for anybody.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, yeah.

Speaker 2:

For anybody A bit on the pricier end. Yeah, Again. Yeah, that's up there with the massage gun, maybe even more, oh yeah.

Speaker 1:

Like we're looking at, maybe like $400.

Speaker 2:

Well, we didn't say this was the budget gift. No, it's talking gifts.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, we're just talking gifts.

Speaker 2:

It was a gold bar, beautiful gift, just like a bar of actual pure 24 karat gold. What would you do with that, though they were beautiful gifts.

Speaker 1:

Put it on your desk.

Speaker 2:

I don't know. I would probably not put it on my desk. My office has glass walls. Somebody walking by could just see it and break the glass and take it. I probably would put it in a safe I don't know Gold bar.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, gold bar. I didn't even know you could buy those.

Speaker 2:

You can. You can order them from the Royal Canadian Mint.

Speaker 1:

Oh, that's cool, oh that's like a nice little gift for maybe like a special Christmas or something. Actually, you know what?

Speaker 2:

Joking aside, an actual full-size gold bar is worth a ton of money. But on a more everyday scale, from the Mint and even if you're outside of Canada there's other sources for this you can order little, tiny gold coins that are like pure gold and they're stamped, sometimes with designs or with the name of the facility that made them or whatever you can get, and they usually come in gift packaging. You can give people like a tiny little gold coin that's worth whatever amount really that you want, because there's all different sizes. That would be kind of, depending on the person, a unique and potentially very special gift, because how many people have like an actual gold coin? Right, yeah, they own.

Speaker 1:

Not many Holds right. Yeah, not many, that's not on the list.

Speaker 2:

That's a Ryan Montes idea. Yeah, that's just straight out of your noggin I just straight out of it, because I've thought about buying it just for myself as a novelty. But I haven't All you fearless cat burglars out there. I don't have any gold or precious metals of any sort at my home or office, Not yet. I think this is cool. I like that one.

Speaker 1:

There's a bunch of like journal type things and cards. I keep losing the list. Hang on yeah.

Speaker 2:

Gratitude journals, those coloring books, mandela coloring books, yeah, there's like, yeah, some of those Mandela coloring books.

Speaker 1:

But then I saw something else. It was really cute. It was like a bear.

Speaker 2:

Oh, the bear. I saw the bear.

Speaker 1:

Did you see it? I think it's down.

Speaker 2:

It's after the lobster, number 38. Hug in a box it's called. What is this thing? Send this adorable care package to anyone who's been going through a rough time. Yeah.

Speaker 1:

Is that what you were looking at?

Speaker 2:

Number 38. The hug in a box Teddy bear.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, A box full of hugs, love, kindness, cheer, laughter fun.

Speaker 2:

Oh, okay, yeah.

Speaker 1:

So I think they're just like cards and you just pull it out and it's just like probably a nice message.

Speaker 2:

Oh, okay, yeah, Okay, I didn't realize that's what was going on.

Speaker 1:

I also liked the first one. It's a jar of positive messages in a bottle and it's little capsules and you open up a capsule and read a positive message every day.

Speaker 2:

That's what that is. I was just right over that because I thought it was some kind of supplement or something. It's okay. So it's made to look like a pill bottle, like a medication, but it's not. It's little motivational, friendly messages that you unravel and they're sort of like the shape of a pill. Okay, that's kind of cool. That's cute, that's kind of cool. And it says on the bottle there open one capsule and read positive message on the inside one time a day or as needed.

Speaker 1:

Oh, that's nice. Okay, that's a cute little thing. Sure, this is nice too, the natural aroma therapy lavender heat pillow. So you probably put it in the microwave, or you could put it in your office fridge.

Speaker 2:

No, my office. Oh, if I want it cold, my office fridge is cold. Only it was the old school car fridge that could make things hot.

Speaker 1:

That's long gone, long gone, but this one you can microwave this one or you can put it in the fridge. The freezer.

Speaker 2:

Yeah.

Speaker 1:

But it smells like lavender and you just put it on whatever your eyes, probably, or your neck. This looks cool too. The infinity pillow. Infinity pillow a supportive neck scarf like a wearable pillow.

Speaker 2:

For frequent travelers.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, I'm not into it. Yeah, I would never bring that with me. Like it sounds amazing, but they should just have them on the plane.

Speaker 2:

It does not sound or look amazing to me.

Speaker 1:

I feel like you get your hands on this thing and it's not like you think like yeah Well, if you have to sit like that with your arms in it, that might not be comfortable. Yeah, yeah, have you seen that ostrich pillow where you put your head into it and then, you like, just put your head down on the table.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, I've seen different variations of those. Yeah, I don't know.

Speaker 1:

I wouldn't, I wouldn't, that's not comfortable for me to sleep like that. I see people sleeping on planes like that where they're just like folded over in half.

Speaker 2:

Yeah.

Speaker 1:

I'm more of a like put my head to the side, yeah, yeah.

Speaker 2:

I don't know if those work for you, great. Don't give me that as a gift because, like I don't, it's really personal if the if that's going to work. Those weird pillows like. Back to number thirty four, the lobster heating pad. It's looking better and better.

Speaker 1:

I like that. I think that's a cool gift. It's a cute little gift to give someone. Also this teedrops box.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, teedrop box, or it's like an assortment of teas and a wooden box.

Speaker 1:

That's cool.

Speaker 2:

That's always you know, but that's kind of more like a teacher gift. You know you give that to, you give that to someone you don't really know and also like you know it's giving a person a tea variety pack, like it's a pretty unique, like individual thing, what types of tea person likes and if they like tea. So I mean, if you've got a tea person, sure, what about this giving?

Speaker 1:

heart pillow so you can give this heart pillow and they can like squeeze it and feel the love. Yeah, it's a nice gift for, like a friend that's far away, not into it. It's a reminder, maybe it's more of like a girly thing. What number is that? Number 20.

Speaker 2:

Number 20.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, it's just a heart shaped pillow, though. Yeah, but it's just like a reminder. It's just like, like you know, those glow, those glow stuffies. I always see them on Instagram Low stuffies. I think they're like glow up stuffies and like if you they're like attached, so you use them for your kids too. It's just like I'm thinking about you and it glows. And then when, when the animal glows, then they know that the other person that has the other one is thinking about you. And then, when the animal glows, then they know that the other person that has the other one is thinking about them. Oh wow, that's kind of interesting. Yeah, it's cute. Like I just think of that for, like, when my kids go to like university or something or they're not at home. I can just do like you know yeah glow, glow the stuffie.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, I got you. I think we covered most of the good ones, like a bathtub tray so you can have a little organizer in front of you when you're laying in the tub and you can have your wine glass and your smartphone.

Speaker 1:

I wouldn't want that.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, it kind of depends too much how people do their baths. I'm productive in my bath. I've got the laptop and watching Netflix Chocolate vegetables, so I could use that.

Speaker 1:

I don't even think this would fit on my tub Like I think it would be more for like one of those freestanding tugs.

Speaker 2:

No, I think you could make it work Wherever and it's adjustable.

Speaker 1:

That was adjustable.

Speaker 2:

Oh, it's slides.

Speaker 1:

This is like a really fancy one.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, it's a fancy tub productivity organizer. I don't know what you call it, because in the photo, in the organizer, like the variety of things that this person has access to, there's like shampoo and soap, but also a smartphone playing a music video, but also like a stand for a book, two different things of nuts, a glass of that's clearly sangria. They've got a rolled up towel in the organizer and there's like a drawer pulled out that has a soap, I think that's so open it yeah. That's a lot.

Speaker 1:

And a candle. Oh yeah, I missed the candle.

Speaker 2:

There's a candle there as well. It's like this is for the professional bathtub user. Yeah, like you're in there for a few hours. Yeah, this is the person that has the little pink refrigerator next to them with the drinks inside. So if you I mean if you know, if you know somebody that needs this thing like you know no, the that person, I'll give me the glasses. Sangria, though I haven't had some. Haven't had sangria in a long time.

Speaker 1:

Mm, hmm, um, I like this one. We can make this one the last one, these mindfulness cards.

Speaker 2:

Yeah.

Speaker 1:

So you just pick a card and you know it probably gives you some sort of quote about a mindfulness practice. I was thinking of doing validation card. Well, you gave me that idea to do validation cards. Do you remember that? No, I don't, I've been thinking about it but I just haven't, because I really want to create a deck of some sort, but like validation cards would be cool and I think about it. Anyway, that's the list. Hopefully you have some cool ideas for people in your life who are into this kind of thing.

Speaker 2:

When in doubt. A lobster shaped novelty heating pad is, I think, the clear winner of all of these gifts.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, that one's a good one.

Speaker 2:

Front row middle right there.

Speaker 1:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

Cool.

Speaker 1:

I like it.

Speaker 2:

And chocolate. Yeah, bye people, chocolate, everybody loves chocolate.

Speaker 1:

How could we forget about that one? That's a good one.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, just make sure you know it there. Books Well, books is tricky.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, because you don't know if they've read them or not.

Speaker 2:

Or maybe they prefer audio books. But chocolate's tricky too, because there's all these dark chocolate weirdos that think dark chocolate tastes better than real chocolate, which it doesn't.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, I know.

Speaker 2:

Send your hate messages to Ryan MontesNLP on Instagram. What were you going to?

Speaker 1:

say, when I was doing my training last week, one of the girls went to the bulk burn and brought back all this chocolate. I was so excited. It was all dark chocolate, dark chocolate covered coffee beans, dark chocolate covered almonds and something else, and I was like, ah, I just wanted to have some milk chocolate.

Speaker 2:

And she brought back the chocolate for Everbin.

Speaker 1:

Everyone.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, yeah, it wasn't just her personal stash, it was for the whole group, like that's like coming in with arms full of pizza and being like I bought everybody pizza and it has like anchovies on every single piece of light.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, come on.

Speaker 2:

God bless that kind woman though I still, I still ate them. Yeah, I still ate them.

Speaker 1:

Still very grateful for the chocolate that that was provided.

Speaker 2:

Exactly, exactly, eternal gratitude. That was a very kind gesture.

Speaker 1:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, hey, you know, come on.

Speaker 1:

Yeah.

Speaker 2:

Give me a picture.

Speaker 1:

Pick up the milk chocolate people out there right.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, all right, I guess that's going to be it. So, yeah, I feel like I'm going to get a barrage of interesting comments after this one and maybe packages of dark chocolate in the mail, but whatever.

Speaker 1:

Mm-hmm. Well, yeah, bonus points if any of the listeners out there send gifts this Christmas.

Speaker 2:

Yeah, to us.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, yeah.

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Speaker 1:

Okay, all right, that's it.

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