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Today’s episode is a deep one. We’re diving straight to the heart of a set of topics that are responsible for more suffering, stress, and anxiety in people’s lives than any others.
Today we’re speaking with Dr. Nima Rahmany. Dr. Rahmany is...
29 years ago today, my dad died from colon cancer.
That experience was one of the most impactful experiences of my life, but for more reasons than the obvious.
One of the biggest things I learned from that experience is the importance of TIME and HOW WE CHOOSE TO SPEND...<![CDATA[ // ]]><![CDATA[ // <![CDATA[ // ]]> // ]]><![CDATA[ // <![CDATA[ // ]]> // ]]><![CDATA[ // <![CDATA[ // ]]> // ]]>
If you’re like me, you’re a “doer.” When something needs to be done, you do it. When someone needs help, you’re there. When you see something that can be improved, you’re on it.
There’s a shadow side to all that “doing.”
You know those conversations that just stick with you? The ones that don’t necessarily seem significant at the time but that worm their way into your memory, take root, and blossom into something that fundamentally shifts your worldview?
Have you ever had...<![CDATA[ // ]]><![CDATA[ // <![CDATA[ // ]]> // ]]>
We’re in an unprecedented time of “social distancing.” Many of us are experiencing the effects of spending time away from family and friends, and loneliness is one feeling so many of us are having.
Because of this, I’m thrilled to welcome Peter Montoya back to...
I'm going to cut right to the chase today - we've been hearing from many people that they're feeling foggy, forgetful, or absent-minded.
You know, when you walk into a room and totally forget to do the ONE THING you went into the room to do?!
If you're a Mom, you've likely...<![CDATA[ // ]]><![CDATA[ // <![CDATA[ // ]]> // ]]>
This episode was created for and is dedicated to our front-line healthcare workers.
The responsibility you are being asked to shoulder amidst a time of incredible uncertainty and rapid change is overwhelming. We see you. We see the sacrifice you’re making. We can...
What do grammar and math have to do with mindset and pain? More than you might think!
There’s an old Buddhist saying: “Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.”
If you’ve ever heard me speak, or even had a conversation with me, you’ve probably heard...<![CDATA[ // ]]><![CDATA[ // <![CDATA[ // ]]> // ]]>
If you’re a parent, I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that these are very difficult times. During this global pandemic, parents are being asked to simultaneously do multiple different jobs at the same time, and the expectations and evaluations we’re placing on...
We've now been at this social distancing / quarantine thing for a few weeks, and it's likely that people's mood and mindset are starting to take a dive (more on that in a moment).
Above all, we want you to know we're here for you, and we're cheering for you. You can do...<![CDATA[ // ]]><![CDATA[ // <![CDATA[ // ]]> // ]]>
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As we move through these uncertain times together, I want to do everything I can to help you build and maintain the psychological strength you’ll need to thrive through this adversity.
We founded Peak Mind to help you navigate times exactly like this.