Feel like there’s never enough time to get it all done? You’re not alone! In this new podcast episode, Kris shares tried-and-true strategies that help her manage stress and keep her hormones balanced when life AND business get busy!
We often think about what we will say next, but how often do we think about the way we listen? Kris shares the wisdom of “empty presence listening” which means being centered and grounded with an open, compassionate heart while someone is sharing or venting to us.
Most people think of the big moments in life as being the happy times (like babies, graduations, vacations, weddings, parties and celebrations.) These are great events that bring joy but are few and far between. But, the kind of happiness I’m talking about is so much more. It’s a bit like the 80/20 rule—where eighty percent of the time you’re feeling really good and twenty percent of the time you’re feeling other stuff.
Blame it on the hormones! In the final episode of the Brain Power Series, Kris shares some of the latest cutting-edge research on how women can optimize their hormonal and metabolic health while optimizing their brain function.
Say “goodbye” to brain fog!
Just like our bodies, we need to exercise and feed our brains properly in order to keep them working optimally and to prevent degeneration.
In the fourth part of the Brain Power series, Dr. Daniel Emina, child/adolescent and adult psychiatrist at the Amen Clinic shares his powerful insights and experience working with kids with ADD/ADHD.
Kris sits down with Zoe Davis; integrative mental health coach and nutrition counselor at the Amen Clinic to learn about the best foods to eat (and supplements to take) for optimal brain health!
In the second part of the NEW Brain Power Series, Kris recounts her experience of having her brain scan and assessment at the Amen Clinic.
Welcome to our NEW Brain Power Series! In these episodes, Kris shares with you the newest, cutting-edge research on how we can achieve our optimal brain health.
Did you know that on average we have around 70,000 thoughts a day, and over HALF of these are repetitive negative thoughts? Isn’t that crazy?