Turner Osler reveals that standing is as detrimental to your health as sitting still, and we delve into the human body’s natural physiology of sitting, standing, and movement.
In our conversation, Nick and I dissect what anxiety really is and peel each of its layers to help you identify how to deal with it.
We can do our jobs and we can live our lives and the more fully we are able to live our lives and the more humanely we treat ourselves and the people around us the better we can do our jobs.
Dr. Jessica Higgins and I discuss what really goes on behind the scenes when it comes to the start of any personal or professional relationship, and how that attraction can so easily shift to conflict.
Whether or not you’re interested in therapy, Seth Gillihan’s insights on the topic of CBT and mindfulness are nothing short of profound and in my opinion, too valuable to miss.
Christiane wonderfully blends Eastern techniques with Western medicine and provides mindfulness practices that are simple, effective, and a true gift to anyone who is struggling with pain.
Anna shares many unlikely, yet powerful tools to work with chronic pain that don’t involve more prescriptions, more doctor visits, and more ‘coping’.
Julie and I dive deep into the intricacies of chronic pain, unraveling the real cause to ultimately develop more effective strategies to work with it.
Marc breaks down what makes a “high value question” (it’s far more simple than you think). We discuss simple questions you can start with to begin changing your life, as well as how a simple practice of journaling can support this process.
After making several immediate changes to his lifestyle, Marc is here to share those with you so that you can set yourself for a healthy future.
Nick’s story is incredibly inspirational and packed with simple advice you can start using today.
Jeff breaks down simple, specific, and sustainable methods you can use to make lasting changes to your health and overall life.
Ralph and I dive deep into his life, his successes, and his failures along the way far beyond just his role as Daniel LaRusso in The Karate Kid and Cobra Kai.
One wonderful side effect of our chat is that Steven Steven is showing us all how we can redefine success, failure, love, and life.
Whether you have never meditated before, you dabble here and there, or you are on your way to being an ordained monk yourself, Cory’s simple methods of connecting to your own intuition and developing the inner strength it takes to follow that intuition will undoubtedly have a positive impact on both your career, the quality of your working relationships, and your life.