Build Psychological Strength and THRIVE! with Dr. Ashley Smith

Aug 05, 2019

NOTE: This is a legacy episode from the Women Inspired podcast, before it transitioned to be the Building Psychological Strength podcast. While you will hear some mention of the Women Inspired brand during this episode, the content is highly relevant to the goals of Peak Mind, which is why we have included it here. Enjoy!

Pop quiz: Tell me the things people should be doing to keep their bodies strong and help them avoid illness and injury!

You got it: Exercise, sleep, diet, water

Now, what about the things you should be doing to keep you mind strong? What are the things you should be doing to cultivate psychological strength so you have the mental resilience to weather the ups and downs of life?

That’s harder, isn’t it?

Well, as it turns out, the fields of Psychology and Design Thinking are brimming with evidence-based tools and techniques that can help you build the psychological strength and life alignment that will help you THRIVE in your life!

But, until now, those tools have really only been available in academic journals or behind the doors of therapists’ offices.

I’m thrilled to announce a new partnership with my friend Ashley Smith!

Together, we have created Peak Mind: The Center for Psychological Strength, and in this episode, we’ll tell you all about it.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • What psychological strength is and why it’s important to cultivate it

  • Why our brains can be our best asset or biggest barrier

  • How you can start building your own psychological strength through a membership in Peak Mind.

This project has been in the works for over a year, and we truly believe that we’re bringing something innovative, meaningful, valuable, and powerful to the market.

We’d love for you to join us!

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