INSIGHTS ON MY APPROACH, WAY OF WORKING OR WHAT INSPIRES, DRIVES ME
  • STRESS & IDENTITY
    STRESS & IDENTITY

    Co-identification and equivocation with a state. When this happens it’s a combination of a state and a trauma/wounding (typically in childhood) aspect because the latter also influences and shapes neurology like the stress axis. Meaning that there are already automatic and conditioned tendencies from the outside (childhood through parents, culture, religion, society, and politics all…

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  • Clear Minds, Clear Decisions
    Clear Minds, Clear Decisions

    I’m well aware I’m infringing on “holy” ground here. However, my business is health, and the facts are the facts. I thoroughly and truly understand that drinking in business has a large social benefit and even business benefit. I can also lay out a very defined context in which having a drink would have very…

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  • Harnessing Health Measurements
    Harnessing Health Measurements

    n this article, we will hone in on Quantifiable targets. Obviously, these metrics differ across businesses in the specificity of the target, but the fundamental aspect and structure can easily be used for taking a systemized approach to improving your health. So think of how you would treat your health (or the health of a…

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  • Prioritizing Heart Health
    Prioritizing Heart Health

    In this article, I would like to shed light on a topic that affects each and every one of us: heart health. Our hearts are the lifelines of our bodies, tirelessly pumping blood and delivering essential oxygen and nutrients throughout our system.

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  • Burnout prevention and recovery
    Burnout prevention and recovery

    My heart was racing, skipping beats, it felt unpredictable and I couldn’t catch my breath. As they ran tests it became clear I had tachycardia plus arrhythmia. Meaning my heart rate would skyrocket from 60bpm to 100bpm cyclically whilst my heart was skipping beats.

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