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Food As Medicine with Dr. Anh

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Food As Medicine with Dr. Anh

Pharmacist | Health Coach | Functional Medicine Practitioner; sharing stories of healing featuring Dr. Terry Wahls, Abel James, Ari Meisel, and more!

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Real talk, with real people, and real results so YOU can heal yourself naturally. Hosted by Dr. Anh, a board-certified pharmacist and health coach who believes the answer to better health is NOT found in a pill bottle but in WHAT we eat and HOW we choose to live our lives. Dr. Anh conducts weekly interviews with people who have healed themselves or their clients using food as medicine, including Dr. Terry Wahls, Abel James, and Ari Meisel. While the show focuses on food and nutrition, you'll ...
 
This podcast aims to give everyone access to the tools, techniques, and strategies that helps them to push the boundaries of their comfort zone. The show is here to provide everyone with the resources and knowledge that supports them to constantly grow and to face the challenges that life presents.It is here to help you to live the life you were meant to live and be the best version of yourself.
 
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The Growth Hacking Podcast with Laura Moreno

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The Growth Hacking Podcast with Laura Moreno

Featuring Neil Patel, Ari Meisel, Casey Armstrong and many more twice a week

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The Growth Hacking Podcast is a bi-weekly show created for YOU, the Startup Founder, Marketing Expert or Investor. If you are looking for inspiration and ACTIONABLE advice on how to GROW your Startup, Laura Moreno delivers great interviews twice a week. Each episode brings you a successful Startup Founder or Growth Hacker who shares a Growth Hacking Strategy that worked for them. Each episode ends with the Lightning Round where they will share with you their secrets for lean growth and success!
 
Welcome to the official podcast of YIELD Mastermind. YIELD stands for Young Innovative Entrepreneurial, Leadership and Direction. We aim to bring you the stories of young (and old) individuals who have found success and how they did it, so that you can apply the principles and find success as well! Whether you are an entrepreneur, a student, an entry-level employee, or even an adult, this show will benefit you in all areas of life: mental, physical, emotional, and even spiritual. We would lo ...
 
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In this episode I want to share with you the three lessons I learnt from reading Less Doing, More Living: Make Everything in Life Easier by Ari Meisel. Ari Meisel is an author, speaker, consultant and coach. Meisel demonstrates in "Less Doing, More Living" that everyone can save time by being efficient with their tasks. He provides practical advice…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: As an entrepreneur, have you become a victim of your success? Do you fear stepping away from your business because it might fall apart? If you’re overwhelmed no matter how successful you are in your business, you need to make yourself replaceable. Resources/Links: Go to https://lessdoing.com/resources/ t…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: Do you do things and wonder why you do them? If so, it could be your programming and according to Dr. Sandra, this is exactly what leads you to avoid listening to YOUR needs while focusing on everyone else. Resources/Links: Go to https://www.inner-wealth.com/aura-power-tool-kit-special/ to get the Aura P…
 
Every year at The Productivity Show we have an episode where we share our favorite productivity apps. This time we’re making it different by only highlighting the apps we don’t frequently talk about, but we absolutely love. We have six apps for you that are about to make you more productive and efficient. You can find links to everything that we sh…
 
This is the final episode of the four part series, "How to create massive change in your Life". The people we surround ourselves with has a massive impact on us. You have probably heard the quote attributed to Jim Rohn the motivational speaker “You’re the average of the five people spend the most time with.” The episode looks at the science behind …
 
How to Create Massive Change in your Life - Part 3 - Create an Environment for Success I know we will all have set goals in the past, resolutions at the start of each New Year, got ourselves motivated and ready to action our new goal or lifestyle change. But when the time comes to follow through, you give in to the temptation and quit. Our environm…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: Do you struggle with anxiety or depression? Do you tell yourself you’re broken? It’s time you embraced your mental mess and got to the root of the issue. Resources/Links: Go to www.drleaf.com to get the accompanying workbook to the book, Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess Summary Depression and anxiety are sym…
 
The average person spends about 2.5 hours a day on prepping food, cooking, eating and drinking. That’s a lot of time and an opportunity to save time. Not only that, many of you struggle with eating healthy because it might be time consuming. You come home, you’re tired and not sure what to eat, so you order takeout or have food delivered to you. Us…
 
Part 2 of How to Create Massive Change in Your Life is all about creating a plan for your life. The episode looks at how to evaluate your life and set goals that enable you to grow but also allow you to achieve balance and harmony in your life. The episode also outlines the 90 day goal review cycle and the benefits it has to the goals you have set.…
 
This episode is part 1 of a 4 four part series of the podcast outlining how to create massive change in your life. Part 1 is about creating your personal vision statement. A key element to creating massive change in your life is to have a personal vision statement. Your personal vision statement is a statement that describes the impact you want to …
 
Over the years, we’ve done many podcast episodes about organization and decluttering, but we always get questions about one specific area: photos! We decided to call in an expert, so in this episode, I am joined by Isabelle Dervaux, a professional photo organizer and family photo curator. She has a background as an artist, is a regular speaker, and…
 
This episode of the podcast looks at the art of performing under pressure. We all face situations where we need to perform under pressure. They are our versions of the penalty shoot out or Olympic final. It could be a major sales pitch, that big presentation, the final exam, an interview or sporting event. It’s not the situation, but rather how we …
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: Do you have money stress? Does it feel like you never have quite enough and that if only you had more, you’d solve all your money problems? Believe it or not, that’s how most people think regardless of whether they have a little or a lot of money. Resources/Links: Go to http://kenhonda.com/freegift to gr…
 
This episode is all about breathing and the impact it can have on your body. It looks at the benefits of nasal breathing compared to mouth breathing. The episode covers a number of breathing techniques to help to calm the nervous system, as well as a technique to prime the system. WARNING - Only practice the breathing techniques when it is safe to …
 
At Asian Efficiency we follow a project management philosophy called “Scrum”. You might have heard of it. It’s popular in the software industry but not so much outside of it which is a shame because it’s a powerful way of getting things done for teams. One of the elements of practicing Scrum is called a “Retrospective” and that’s what today’s topic…
 
This episode is about the shortness of life and the importance of making every second of it count! In the words of Seneca - People are frugal in guarding their personal property; but as soon as it comes to squandering time they are most wasteful of the one thing in which it is right to be stingy.” The aim of the podcast has always been to give list…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: Do you struggle with low self-esteem? Do you stop yourself instead of going for your dreams? Do you worry about what others will think of you? If you answered yes to any of these questions, chances are you have some limiting beliefs, or as my guest this week calls it - head trash. Resources/Links: Go to …
 
This episode is all about happiness. What we think makes us happy and what actually makes us happy. How often have thought that you will be happier when you get that better job, bigger house, the flashy car? And yet when you get these things you find yourself unhappier? Today's podcast contains four simple habits that you can adopt to make you happ…
 
Today I’m joined by Jeffrey Madoff, the founder of Madoff Productions, based in New York City. His company has produced commercials for brands such as Ralph Lauren, Victoria’s Secret, Tiffany, and other big name brands you’ve heard of. He also teaches a course on creativity at the Parsons School for Design, and that is also today’s topic for the po…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: Ladies - if you’re unhappy in your romantic relationship, you are at risk for developing depression. This is why I interviewed the Baroness Angelika Christie to share with you how you can revive your relationship and step out of that downward spiral that might be hijacking your mind and heart. Resources/…
 
This episode continues the goal setting exercise from Episode 24. The focus of this episode is the creation the key steps or actions that sit alongside your written goal which move you towards its successful completion. The episode also looks at the active monitoring of your goal to make sure you are on track to ensure its successful attainment.…
 
Have you ever wanted to work on a project after work, you knew what you needed to do, you had the time to do it….you come home and then….you crash. You were too tired to work on it and then moved it to another day, for it only to repeat this cycle again. This is a common problem people have. So today we want to give you three tips to help you have …
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: If you’re a high achiever, chances are you experience high stress, get periodically overwhelmed, and even suffer from burnout. That's where evidence-based neuroscience tools can help. Heather Crider, this week’s guest, shares about the most common mistakes high achievers make and provides a mindset tip t…
 
Nowadays, many of us have the option to work remotely and from home. This opens a whole new world of possibilities. What used to be reserved for digital nomads, people like you and me can now work from anywhere in the world and still get stuff done. That’s what we call a workation, you get work done while enjoying some vacation time too. In this ep…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: If you’re an artist or writer and you struggle with anxiety, there is no better person to look to for guidance than Dr. Eric Maisel. That’s because he’s a creativity coach and the author of more than 50 books! Resources/Links: Go to www.ericmaisel.com/newsletter for a sample of 12 of Dr. Maisel’s books w…
 
In this episode I’m thrilled to welcome Valerie Recore – she’s a productivity specialist who works with overwhelmed and overcommitted moms. With a background in mental health and corporate training, she helps people who feel like they’re pulled into different directions. Even if you’re NOT an overcommitted mom, you’ll get a lot out of this episode …
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: According to my guest this week on the Exhausted to Extraordinary Podcast, Manuj Aggarwal, the biggest challenge professionals face today is understanding other people. This is especially challenging if you try to communicate with folks from industries unrelated to yours. But being able to understand oth…
 
Some of our favorite episodes are ones that come directly from listener feedback, and this episode is no exception – how has our productivity thinking evolved over the years? Are there any “productivity rules” we used to have, but we now do the opposite? What causes these changes, anyway? We’ll dive into all of it in today’s episode. Thanks to Sane…
 
This episode provides three simple but effective ways in which to improve the recall of information you have just learnt. We all have times where we have to learn material for an exam, presentation or an assessment. What if you could improve the recall of the material you were learning by applying a technique that was supplemental to the process of…
 
Why you've got to check out today's episode: According to Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge, 50 percent of children in the US have a physical or mental health problem. ​​If your kid falls into that camp, you are likely looking high and low for trusted experts and treatments. ​Dr. Roseann shares the #1 mistake parents make when trying to help their kids tha…
 
On The Productivity Show we’ve talked a lot about the power of habits but we know it can be difficult to add new habits to your life. One strategy that helps you introduce new habits is called “habit stacking” and that’s what we’ll be going over today. It’s an easy way to add habits and I’ve used this myself in the last decade before it even had a …
 
We’ve done travel podcast episodes before, but never one right during and after a global pandemic! You might be wondering what has changed and how you can do it in the most stress-free and productive way. You might also be wondering how to keep your routines going while traveling in this “new normal”. I’ve been doing a lot of traveling over the pas…
 
In this episode Kevin shares two questions you can ask yourself when presented with a new goal, project, opportunity or endeavour. The questions will help you to decide if the goal is the best fit for you and is worth pursuing. Your time is precious so it is important that you only pursue goals or opportunities that truly meet your purpose and valu…
 
This podcast episode is going to be slightly different. We recently surpassed 10 million downloads for The Productivity Show so we thought it would be fun to give you a look behind the scenes of what it takes to run a successful podcast. We’ll share what technology, gear, and workflows we use to produce our podcast. Plus tips and numbers to help yo…
 
In this episode Kevin discusses habits and strategies. We all "run" habits and strategies on a daily basis. A lot of time our lives are run on auto-pilot. However, have you ever sat down and analysed if those habits or routines are serving you well? Are they moving you towards your goals or away from your goals? Are they improving your health or co…
 
Have you heard of the Pomodoro Technique? It’s a popular time management and focus strategy and something we’ve been teaching for a long time at Asian Efficiency. One question we get often is how many pomodoros should you do in a day? Or in other words, how many hours of work should you do in a day? We’ll answer that question in today’s episode and…
 
In this episode, Kevin shares with you a totally free, no cost way to improve your mental and physical health, reduce stress, increase your creativity, improve your memory, increase your happiness. The technique has been scientifically shown to reduce stress levels and to boost the immune system. That technique is.....…
 
Today I’m joined by Dan Clark. He’s the CEO of Brain.fm which is an app that offers focus music. I had the opportunity to discuss the science behind focus music, how the brain works, what we can do to focus better, and other ways we can be more productive in our daily lives using scientific principles. Thanks to Indeed for supporting The Productivi…
 
This episode takes its inspiration from NBA Basketball Coach Doc Rivers and his five rules for a successful life. Doc Rivers is an American professional basketball player and coach who, as head coach of the Boston Celtics, led the team to a National Basketball Association (NBA) championship in 2008. His rules for life appear in the Netflix series "…
 
In this episode Kevin gives you a number of techniques that you can use instantly and effortlessly to help you to feel calmer and more confident when you are feeling anxious or nervous. The techniques are a combination of physiological and thought based techniques that can be used in almost any situation. They are fast acting techniques that will h…
 
We’re continuing our series on the TEA framework and this time we’re talking about Attention. How do you become more focused? How do you have more attention for what matters? How can you eliminate distractions? We cover all these topics today and more. If you feel like you want to become more focused, this episode is for you. Get an extra 3 months …
 
In this quick fire episode Kevin provides the background on two experiments he has been undertaking in respect improving the quality of his sleep and improving his focus. In the episode he explains the methodology and the results. Warning - Before undertaking any dietary experiments or trying intermittent fasting, please consult your GP or medical …
 
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