Learn from bestselling author and founder of the University of Michigan “Emotion and Self-Control Laboratory” Ethan Kross how we can harness the voices in our heads to overcome limiting beliefs and imposter syndrome.
Learn from Dr. Edison de Mello how integrative medicine takes a more well-rounded approach to your overall health & well-being (as opposed to the traditional system simply helping you treat sickness).
Learn from integrative medical specialist Dr. Dave Jenkins about the many things in our modern lifestyles and environments that are causing brain damage, and the simple and practical steps we can take to reverse that damage.
Exhausted by Zoom calls, overwhelmed by global upheaval, & frankly wondering what’s the point? Get back on track with these 5 basic needs.
Learn what COVID-19 looks like from the perspective of one physician treating it in both NYC and LA, how to boost your immunity, the safe way to get tested, and more.
Here are five practices that will help you better acknowledge your feelings, face your fears, develop acceptance of our new reality, as well as build resilience to weather the greatest challenge of our lifetimes.
Amidst the chaos and uncertainty of COVID-19, there is very little we can control right now. Fortunately there are still things we can control to reduce the fear and anxiety consuming us all.
If you find yourself losing control and getting sucked into the black hole of anxiety and paranoia, here are five simple suggestions (and a bonus) to weather this storm and begin taking back control of your mental health during this unprecedented global crisis.
If you deal with anxiety, depression, or attention issues, you’re not broken. Learn more about how to test and optimize your genes with Dr. Ben Lynch.
Learn how a simple mindfulness practice can help enhance concentration and focus, decrease anxiety, manage stress, and improve your cognitive function (all backed by science).
Learn how developing the simple habit of measuring your HRV (heart rate variability) every morning can drastically improve your relationship with stress and anxiety.
My name is Zack Arnold, and I’m a recovering workaholic. Here’s the thing about being a workaholic that nobody ever talks about. Unlike other addictions …
I’m going to confidently make a blanket generalization: Editors are not morning people. Here’s the morning routine trick:
I used to be a zombie living off 4 hours a night, but after developing this system I now get 7 hours of sleep every night no matter how busy my schedule.
Burnout is not the exception in the post industry, it’s the rule. I’m hoping that sharing my story and my strategies to overcome burnout can change this.
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