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As a Naturopathic Doctor and Entrepologist, Dr. Meghan Walker supports the health and optimization of entrepreneurs, innovators and go-getters. The demands of an entrepreneurial life can take a toll on one’s health. From relationships to neurotransmitters, Dr. Meghan goes deep with world renowned experts to help you optimize your brain, body and purpose. Your health is your unfair advantage. Have a question or topic you would like to see covered, go to www.entrepologypodcast.com
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Dec 26, 2017

I was really excited to sit down with our guest today, Dr. Andrea Maxim. She’s an entrepreneur, naturopathic doctor, and unapologetically interested in driving her entrepreneurial spirit and finding ways to have a massive impact on her profession.

In this episode, I was lucky enough to get her take on a few things: the trends she has been seeing within entrepreneurialism, where she thinks we should be investing our time and energy as we move into 2018, and the common elements that she has seen — both in her journey as well as her clients — in terms of successful outcomes.

This is a great interview because it’s that balance between business through the lens of someone who’s in healthcare — who understands the need to have boundaries and limitations in terms of how far we push. We also talk about what it means to really be an overnight success and the 10 years of work it takes to get to that place. This is an interview for people who are interested in understanding how you can become passionate about looking for a career in helping others and the type of hustle and strategy and self-investment that goes along with it.

 

Key Takeaways:

[3:43] Dr. Andrea Maxim takes us through the journey that got her to where she is now.

[7:04] The concept of ‘endgame’: what it means to Dr. Andrea.

[10:39] Where Dr. Andrea’s mindset of “I just know I can do it” came from and how to think optimistically.

[17:31] The importance of failing to achieve success.

[18:59] Detaching yourself from others’ opinions and Dr. Andrea’s obliger tendency with a side of rebel.

[22:20] Straddling the line between healthcare practitioner and hustling entrepreneur: Dr. Andrea’s predictions for key marketing trends for small businesses in 2018.

[26:30] Finding the balance between finding personal touch-points with clients while also limiting your access and taking a step back.

[29:11] Where Dr. Andrea plans on moving forward this coming year, where she plans to invest her time and money in terms of personal growth, and what her best personal investment has been in the past.

[34:01] An important exercise in gaining — and being open to — personal insight.

[36:13] How to filter out the noise of advice and suggestions, to process it and find the one, clear path to take.

[39:36] What Andrea would like her legacy to be.

[40:39] How Andrea describes health.

[42:03] Andrea’s key-performance indicators!

[45:05] Where to find Andrea online.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

The Four Tendencies: The Indispensable Personality Profiles That Reveal How to Make Your Life Better (and Other People's Lives Better, Too), by Gretchen Rubin

 

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We would also appreciate a review!

 

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More About Dr. Andrea Maxim

Dr. Andrea Maxim is one of Southern Ontario’s leading naturopathic doctors and the creator of ‘The Maxim Movement’; a movement helping people move towards MAXIMizing their Digestion, MAXIMizing their Hormones, MAXIMizing their Weight Loss and of course MAXIMizing their Health!”

Dr. Andrea graduated from McMaster University, completing an Honours Degree in Biology and Pharmacology. After another four years of rigorous training at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, Andrea completed her degree as a licensed Naturopath in Ontario and is proud to be serving the Haldimand and Burlington Community.

*From Andrea’s website.

 

Connect with my Guest:

Andrea’s podcast: The Profitable Practice Podcast

Visit her website: Booking links, blog, and store.

Follow her on social media: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

 

MONTHLY QUIZ

See where you stack up and take this month’s quiz right here!

Part of improving your health and performance as an entrepreneur requires that you take inventory of your current state of health. To this end, we have prepared a monthly quiz related to the health and performance of entrepreneurs and go-getters.

 

CALL TO ACTION

What is one thing that you have been wanting to do but have been too scared to take action on? This week’s call to action is to step outside of your comfort zone, take the leap, stare that fear right in the eyes and get sh%$ done. Share your commitment on our Entrepology Facebook page. Because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

Dec 19, 2017

Today is a super fun interview because it was all about money — our attitudes towards it and our core beliefs about it. We segued right into the concept of ‘how do you go about spending your money, guilt-free?’

My guest today, Shannon Simmons, the author of Worry-Free Money — which just released today. She also owns The New School of Finance and she runs a series of programs online to teach the notion of financial acumen. As a new mom, she gets the pressures of the millennial, emerging entrepreneurial lifestyle and the shift that we’re seeing in our society — that is we’re moving away from the idea that everything is secure and easy to the fact that we need to have a new idea and paradigm as we approach money.

I can’t have a podcast or a business that focuses on producing healthy outcomes for people if we don’t talk about money — and that’s exactly what we did today and why I’m so excited to share this interview with you, between myself and Shannon Simmons.

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:46] About the interview today with Shannon Simmons.

[2:38] The consistent sources of stress I see when people come in for their intakes with me.

[4:00] How Shannon became not only an expert on finances but how she’s positioned that knowledge in a totally unique way.

[5:46] Shannon’s book on guilt-free spending and the simple things we need to look at when it comes to having a happier financial life.

[9:20] The first step to saving to appease that fear-based scarcity mindset.

[10:24] The most important side: cutting out traditional budgeting.

[13:13] What Shannon insists you do: Spend your money for you!

[15:53] Why Shannon thinks we have such complicated emotions in the relationship we have with money.

[17:57] Everyone’s inherent need to ‘keep up’ and how Shannon maintains a healthy grip on the ‘comparison game.’

[23:43] The fundamental basics of financial literacy.

[27:23] Ratios and benchmarks people should be aware of when it comes to debt.

[30:16] Allocating cash flow and paying yourself first.

[33:56] How to get that dopamine fix without spending money and avoiding that ‘f*ck it’ moment.

[36:12] Keeping open and honest with friends, family, and children in the conversation of money.

[38:35] The negative ways parents transmit their beliefs to their children about money.

[40:39] The importance of transparency.

[41:57] The first step to changing our relationship with money.

[44:45] The sentiment of success: changing your paradigm.

[46:01] What Shannon wants her legacy to be.

[46:58] How Shannon defines health.

[48:22] Rapid-fire questions for Shannon!

[55:44] Where you can find out more about Shannon.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Worry-Free Money:The guilt-free approach to managing your money and your life,

by Shannon Simmons

The New School of Finance

 

If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more:

Please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes.

We would also appreciate a review!

 

Join our badass Women’s Facebook Group, Legacy Performance Labs

If you want to be something amazing, you need to surround yourself with amazing people! The Legacy community is made up of badass women living — not leaving — their legacy every single day. If you are on a mission and get it that your health is the key to your unlimited potential — Join us on facebook!

 

More About Shannon Simmons

Shannon Simmons is the author of Worry-Free Money: The guilt-free approach to managing your money and your life. She also owns The New School of Finance and runs a series of programs online to teach the notion of financial acumen.

Shannon is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Chartered Investment Manager (CIM), media personality, personal finance expert and founder of the New School of FinanceTM. She is widely recognized as a trailblazer in the Canadian financial planning industry. She was named one of Canada’s Top 30 Under 30,  the Notable Award for Best In Finance and New School of Finance won the 2016 Wealth Professional Award for Digital Innovation. She is a regular financial expert in the media and has a monthly column for Globe and Mail and is a personal finance columnist for CBC’s On the Money and Metro Morning.

 

Connect with my Guest:

Book a session on her website: ShannonLeeSimmons.com/contact

Connect with her on Facebook or Twitter.

 

MONTHLY QUIZ

See where you stack up and take this month’s quiz right here!

Part of improving your health and performance as an entrepreneur requires that you take inventory of your current state of health. To this end, we have prepared a monthly quiz related to the health and performance of entrepreneurs and go-getters.

 

CALL TO ACTION

This week’s call to action is all about creating momentum towards a healthy & happy financial situation. I challenge you to open up a savings account and commit to contributing $25 or more each month to it. This money may not change your world right now, but as it grows, your confidence and momentum will too. Share your commitment on our Entrepology Facebook page. Because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

 

Dec 12, 2017

I had so much fun with this interview today because it was the perfect coming-together of themes that I’ve been talking about with clients and patients all week long: the notion of confidence and finding your authentic self.

Our guest today, Razi Berry, is a mother of three, health advocate, badass entrepreneur, business woman, and a role model to me and so many others. She is the editor of the naturopathic news and review website NDNR and the host of the website Natural Path — and together they receive over one million hits a year!

As you listen to Razi, you’ll realize she’s an incredibly gentle soul with a fierce purpose. This interview is full of nuggets about finding your inner badass, driving your business, and how to really find that reconciliation of someone who’s not always the loudest voice in the room, but can be just as powerful.

 

Key Takeaways:

[2:37] About my guest today, Razi Berry.

[4:14] Overcoming illness — Razi’s journey and background.

[6:22] How Razi became involved in naturopathic medicine.

[7:55] The breadth of evidence for naturopathic medicine.

[10:30] The mysterious vital force that guides all of our lives and the uniqueness of naturopathic medicine.

[13:10] The unique framework and power of naturopathic medicine.

[14:14] Evaluating opportunities as an entrepreneur through intuition and instinct.

[17:25] Managing her busy lifestyle; tapping into intuition daily to stay balanced.

[20:57] Rising above the occasion and serving as a role model for her children.

[21:39] Always learning — homeschooling, traditional education, and learning outside the classroom with her children.

[24:25] Razi’s ‘aha’ moment in her health journey.

[27:24] Emerging health trends to come and continue in 2018.

[32:56] The commonalities among thought-leaders and the lessons Razi has learned from hosting Dream Business Summit.

[32:32] How to accelerate confidence growth.

[41:00] How Razi manages and sets boundaries in a negotiation or a contract with a person or business in a position of power.

[48:05] What Razi would like her legacy to be.

[48:30] Razi’s definition of health.

[49:00] Take this month’s quiz at Meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[49:20] Six rapid-fire questions! Razi’s KPIs.

[52:30] Where to find Razi online.

[53:48] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Natural Path

Natural Path Facebook Page

NDNR

Dream Business Summit

The Vis Network Mastermind

Love is Medicine Facebook Page

 

 

MORE ABOUT RAZI BERRY

Razi Berry is the founder and Publisher of the award-winning publication Naturopathic Doctor News & Review, (NDNR.com),  The international Journal of Naturopathic Medicine and the authoritative naturopathic medical  resource for patients, NaturalPath.net 

She is host of the successful consumer health events The Natural Cancer Prevention Summit, TheHeartRevolution.org and The Sugar Free Summer.

She co-owned a successful naturopathic practice for 14 years and in 2017 was awarded the prestigious title of Champion of Naturopathic Medicine by the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians.

Razi lives in Scottsdale, AZ where she homeschools her two daughters and works as a natural medicine advocate and consultant. This year she has launched the first Mastermind for Naturopathic Doctors called the Vis Network Mastermind, where she mentors and empowers physician's to take there business to the next level.

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/NDNewsReview/

 

MONTHLY QUIZ

Part of improving your health and performance as an entrepreneur requires that you take inventory of your current state of health. To this end, we have prepared a monthly quiz related to the health and performance of entrepreneurs and go-getters.

SEE WHERE YOU STACK UP AND ACCESS THE QUIZ RIGHT HERE

 

CALL TO ACTION

This week’s call to action is to get focused. When you are hyper-focused on a particular area, your growth is so exponentially faster than when you are hanging out as a generalist. What is one area of your life where you feel the need to buckle down and make real changes? Commit to giving 110% to that area of your life and share your commitment on our Entrepology Facebook page. Because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

Dec 5, 2017

As entrepreneurs, we get caught in the mindset that we can out-work or out-hustle everyone to get to the next level. When we hear that it’s important to focus and be mindful we feel that we are different. We have to hustle.

The reality is that running around like a crazy person, trying to be everything to everyone at all times, ultimately leads to burnout and ineffectiveness. Today I’m sitting down with Dave Ruel to look at the simple things — the operations of a business — to be effective and to stay healthy.

 

Key Takeaways:

[3:30] Dave began his first health business by selling cookbooks.

[6:25] Dave wanted to launch his own business in order to have more freedom, but he became overworked and experienced burnout.

[8:56] How do you know if you are caught in a burnout phase?

[14:38] You don’t have to hustle and grind to be a successful entrepreneur.

[16:29] You may need to go through the “burnout recovery program.”

[21:13] You must learn to manage yourself.

[23:16] This is how Dave structures his day.

[29:43] How can you connect with people without letting email take over your life?

[36:00] What software does Dave use for project management?

[37:57] There are so many options for planners and journals for entrepreneurs. Choose one that helps you prioritize.

[47:04] Take this month’s quiz at Meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[47:26] Let’s look at Dave’s key performance indicators!

[54:09] Here’s how to follow Dave.

[55:35] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Freedom App

First Things First, by Stephen R. Covey

DaveRuel.com

Dave Ruel on Instagram

Dave Ruel on Facebook

Effic  * Use the coupon code “ENTREPOLOGY” for 10% off!

 

 

MORE ABOUT DAVE RUEL

Dave is a serial entrepreneur who has founded several 7-figure online companies (many of them in the health and fitness space). He specializes in creating businesses that maximize profit and freedom (what he likes to call Self Driving Businesses).

Dave has sold over 50,000 fitness books published in 4 languages and brought a supplements company from $100k to $3.2 Millions in annual sales. He is also the   the founder of Effic, a company specialized in entrepreneurial efficiency.

Amongst his peers, he is known as the architect, the man who can create highly efficient and sustainable business structures. Learn more about Dave here.

 

BONUS OFFER

Get 10% off your Effic planner by using this link and entering the coupon code ENTREPOLOGY at checkout.

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

WEBSITE: http://www.daveruel.com/

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/daveruel

YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/DaveRuelOfficial

INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/daveruel/

LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dave-ruel-b4613222/

 

MONTHLY QUIZ

Part of improving your health and performance as an entrepreneur requires that you take inventory of your current state of health. To this end, we have prepared a monthly quiz related to the health and performance of entrepreneurs and go-getters.

SEE WHERE YOU STACK UP AND ACCESS THE QUIZ RIGHT HERE

 

CALL TO ACTION

This week’s call to action to prioritize & organize. Because when you fail to plan, you plan to fail. What are some areas of your life that require some structure? What is one thing you can do right now to make things run more efficiently? Whatever it is, share your commitment on our Entrepology Facebook page. Because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

Nov 28, 2017

Today’s episode is super fun. I’m hanging out with Shari Caplan, a traditionally trained medical doctor who has come to embrace functional medicine and the role that adequately balanced hormones play in our lives. She has an incredible clinic in Toronto that integrates medicine, meditation, movement, and all of the things that make us healthy, all under one roof.

In our interview, we get into the nuances of hormones and how hormones influence your neurology, your digestion, your vitality and your capacity to think clearly. We also took a spin on this that is supported by medical literature but is infrequently spoken about, namely the effects of concussions and brain trauma on your hormonal health.

If you know someone who has a traumatic brain injury, have kids that are playing sports, or you yourself have ever bumped your noggin, this is the interview for you.

 

Key Takeaways:

[3:00] Dr. Caplan’s personal hormonal health concerns led her to functional medicine.

[7:26] Dr. Caplan loves treating the root cause and whole person.

[10:29] We tend to dismiss the most important steps to good health. Do we need to change the compensation model to encourage more MDs to incorporate functional medicine?

[15:16] How can traumatic brain injury be related to hormone imbalances?

[22:31] Brain inflammation shuts down the ability to produce hormones.

[26:34] Hormones help with repair and regeneration.

[31:20] What hormone tests should you have done?

[33:07] Conventional medicine overlooks the gut-brain connection.

[36:38] Eat real food. Manage stress. Balance your hormones and replace deficient nutrients.

[39:36] Dr. Caplan’s legacy is to shift people’s health for the better.

[40:15] Health is more than the absence of disease.

[40:40] Take this month’s quiz at Meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[41:01] Let’s look at Dr. Kaplan’s key performance indicators!

[43:36] Here’s how to follow Dr. Kaplan.

[44:33] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Vitality MD

Vitality MD on Facebook

 

 

MORE ABOUT DR. SHARI CAPLAN

Dr. Caplan excels at whatever she does and has always been ahead of her time.

She graduated Medicine with Honours at the age of 24 from the University of Toronto. From there, Dr. Caplan went into Family Practice at the Women's College Hospital where she was the Chief Resident.

She was the only Resident to do a 3 month Obstetrical Fellowship within her Family Practice training. She was the first F.P. Resident to go directly to a staff position at Women’s College Hospital, where worked for over 20 years as Family Practice Inpatient Attending, delivering babies, seeing Outpatients, and teaching residents and medical students . Dr. Caplan is also a Lecturer at the University of Toronto.

As a result of her expertise in Women's Health, Dr. Caplan was given a GP Focused Designation in Gynecology in 2011.Her areas of expertise are Women’s Health, Pediatrics, Obstetrics, Low grade Infertility, Breastfeeding counseling, Postpartum depression, PCOS, PMS, Perimenopause and Menopause. 

She is amongst a few Canadian physicians to have become Board Certified in Anti Aging and Regenerative Medicine and formalized her training in 2011 with a Fellowship in Anti-Aging and Regenerative and Function Medicine (FAARM).

On top of it all, Dr. Caplan has a Fellowship in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine with the Metabolic Medical Institute. It is her intent to use this knowledge and experience and help optimize your health.

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

WEBSITE: https://www.vitalitymd.com/

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/vitalitymdtor/

TWITTER: https://twitter.com/vitalitymdtor

INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/VitalityMDTor/

 

MONTHLY QUIZ

Part of improving your health and performance as an entrepreneur requires that you take inventory of your current state of health. To this end, we have prepared a monthly quiz related to the health and performance of entrepreneurs and go-getters.

SEE WHERE YOU STACK UP AND ACCESS THE QUIZ RIGHT HERE

 

CALL TO ACTION

This week’s call to action is to support brain and hormonal health by implementing strategies for stress management. What is one thing you can incorporate daily to help your body manage stress? An extra hour of sleep, taking a mindful minute or asking for help. Whatever it is, share your commitment on our Entrepology Facebook page. Because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

Nov 21, 2017

Have you ever felt like you just need a detox? Like maybe you should stop eating for three days or down a boatload of charcoal or something? People come into my office every day asking for help with detox.

I wanted to bring someone onto the podcast who understands detox. Josh Gitalis understands exposure and deals with the process of detox on a daily basis in his own practice. He has developed a series of online programs to help you identify exposures in your own life. Josh is also a holistic nutritionist and has a background as a trainer.

This is a fantastic interview because we balanced practicality and what you can do on a daily basis with the detox strategies that you can implement several times per year to really cleanse your system.

 

Key Takeaways:

[2:46] When Josh was a personal trainer he realized that many of his clients were only interested in “fitness” and not in true health. He found holistic nutrition at a personal training conference.

[5:47] Toxins will prevent healing.

[8:17] Parents need to be aware of all the sources of toxins that their children can be exposed to very early on in life.

[9:47] What is a detox?

[12:26] Not everyone has the same capacity for natural detoxification.

[14:29] Should we all be doing targeted detoxes?

[15:38] There are things that you can do to support detoxification daily.

[17:29] Emotions can become toxic.

[18:53] We must be drinking good, clean water.

[19:59] Josh can help his clients design a personalized detox protocol.

[25:53] Josh uses activated charcoal for acute situations, not for long term detox.

[28:33] What about juice cleanses?

[30:34] Fasting has many benefits, but you should be intentional about it.

[33:18] Josh believes that some fashionable detox methods are not effective.

[35:31] What time of year should you do a detox?

[36:42] What does Josh want his legacy to be?

[37:39] Health is a continuum.

[39:48] Take this month’s quiz at Meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[40:09] Let’s look at Josh’s key performance indicators!

[45:42] Here’s how to follow Josh.

[46:57] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Molecules of Emotion: The Science Behind Mind-Body Medicine, by Candace B. Pert

Healing Mushrooms: A Practical and Culinary Guide to Using Mushrooms for Whole Body Health, by Tero Isokauppila

JoshGitalis.com

 

Tweetables:

“If you are a human, and you engage on the planet, this episode will clarify things for you across the board.”

“We’ve introduced more than 80,000 chemicals into our environment ... and very few of them have been tested for safety.”

“If you’re not detoxing you’re retoxing.”

 

MORE ABOUT JOSH GITALIS

Josh Gitalis, Clinical Nutritionist, is a recognized expert in the fields of clinical detoxification and therapeutic supplementation. He runs a Toronto-based private practice, with a worldwide client base. As a leader in his field, Josh teaches Clinical Nutrition for several natural health colleges and is the first Canadian nutritionist to become an Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner (IFMCP). Josh is a noted expert for various media outlets including CTV News and CityTV.

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

WEBSITE: www.joshgitalis.com  and www.functionalnutrition.ca

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/joshgitalisclinicalnutritionist

TWITTER: https://twitter.com/joshgitalis

GOOGLE +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/110921579641407905725

YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/JoshGitalis

LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/josh-gitalis-73856412/

PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.ca/joshgitalis/

INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/joshgitalis/

 

MONTHLY QUIZ

Part of improving your health and performance as an entrepreneur requires that you take inventory of your current state of health. To this end, we have prepared a monthly quiz related to the health and performance of entrepreneurs and go-getters.

 

SEE WHERE YOU STACK UP AND ACCESS THE QUIZ RIGHT HERE

 

CALL TO ACTION

This week’s call to action is to incorporate 1 daily habit to support detoxification. Whether it is drinking more water, quitting smoking or supporting digestion, share your commitment on our Entrepology Facebook page. Because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

Nov 14, 2017

If there is one topic that is a taboo pertaining to women’s health, it is our reproductive rights. More specifically, the birth control pill. This is a topic that I have tried to pull guests into in past episodes, but no one quite wants to touch it. Well, there is one person that I knew would be brave enough to go there. Dr. Jolene Brighten’s area of expertise is understanding the hormonal environment of the women she treats and the impacts of their medications, including the birth control pill. Dr. Brighten is a naturopathic doctor that practices on the West Coast of the United States. She has written several books and has made a career of understanding women’s hormonal health. In today’s episode, we talk about the pill, the good and the bad, to give you a balanced and informed approach. We talk about Post Birth Control Syndrome, some of the symptoms you should be watching for if you are on the pill and some natural alternatives if you decide this is not the approach to birth control that you want to take.

 

Key Takeaways:

[3:12] Dr. Jolene was working in DNA technology when she found naturopathy.

[9:00] Dr. Jolene wrote a book about postpartum healing, as well as several others.

[10:56] Women need more healthcare options.

[12:07] Why did Dr. Jolene decide to self-publish her first book, and go through a publisher the next time?

[14:24] Understanding what drives her has been key to Dr. Jolene’s success.

[16:00] The birth control pill has been instrumental in how women have been able to progress in society.

[20:01] The pill has a dark history.

[22:00] What health issues can be caused by the birth control pill?

[29:17] Is it bad if you’ve been on the pill for a long time?

[35:52] If you aren’t ready to come off the pill, there are some things to watch for.

[41:35] There are natural alternatives to the pill.

[47:40] Health is feeling in alignment with yourself.

[48:25] Take this month’s quiz at Meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[48:47] Let’s look at Dr. Jolene’s key performance indicators!

[53:24] Here’s how to follow Dr. Jolene.

[54:13] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Root Cause Women’s Medicine

Sweetening the Pill, by Holly Grigg-Spall

Daysy Fertility Monitor

Nov 7, 2017

The last time I had a chance to chat with this particular guest we were on a bus on our way to Banff because we sit on a medical advisory committee together. Dr. Leigh Arseneau has the capacity to take any health concept and dig deeper and deeper. We went off on tangents; we found ourselves in holes but the key thing that happened in our conversation today was that we managed to consistently paddle upstream. If you are looking for the answers and the pill that matches the outcome, this is not the interview for you.

Today we went up the stream and around the corner to my favorite place to hang out: we tried to understand why disease develops in the first place. We got into the functional medicine matrix, we talked epigenetics, we looked at molecular and cellular biology, we talked about precision medicine as the future of medicine and we looked at some of the predictive biomarkers that we need to understand in order to predict disease decades before it comes into play. If you are interested in performance and health from a preventative standpoint, this is the interview for you.

 

Key Takeaways:

[3:16] Dr. Arseneau got into functional medicine because it fit a vision that he had.

[5:10] How is functional medicine different from conventional medicine?

[9:29] We must consider immune and inflammatory markers. The gastrointestinal system is central to health.

[12:03] Hormone imbalance is an effect, not a primary cause.

[13:13] Look beyond your diagnosis.

[17:19] To prevent disease, you need to become informed.

[19:16] What are the three most important lifestyle factors you need to be aware of to stay healthy?

[20:40] Multi-tasking is not healthy.

[25:52] The future of healthcare is precision medicine.

[30:04] Prevention medicine is cost-effective.

[30:21] It’s important to ask why it is that right now the focus is kept on treating diseases rather than preventing them.

[30:39] It takes commitment to maintain your health. You must invest in yourself and in your family.

[35:46] Should everyone be on supplements?

[37:49] What does everyone need to upregulate in their systems?

[39:35] Some people will need extra detoxification support.

[40:37] Avoiding electronics at night is beneficial.

[43:21] Dr. Arseneau wants his legacy to be making an impact on humanity through his God-given gifts. He hopes that others will do the same.

[44:55] Health is a state of mind. Health is a choice.

[46:09] Take this month’s quiz at Meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[46:31] Let’s look at Dr. Arseneau’s key performance indicators!

[50:34] Here’s how to follow Dr. Arseneau.

[51:40] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Centre For Advanced Medicine

Oct 31, 2017

This was a very compelling interview because of the story it opened with. James Erdt transitioned from a place of darkness and crime in his youth to a way of living that inspires entrepreneurs and everyone around him to be better. This interview is somewhat like a self-help novel, but most importantly it speaks to the truth that each of us has a story of our own, and our stories enable us to do the work we are meant to do in the world.

 

Key Takeaways:

[2:31] When James Erdt was just fifteen he made the decision to use drugs, which changed the course of his life forever. Fifteen years later his daughter made a comment that inspired him to turn his life around.

[6:15] Bullying was influential in James’s decision to use drugs.

[8:09] We are prone to want to abuse power. As parents, we can influence our children to use their power wisely.

[10:39] How can someone with such a dark past have such a positive energy?

[12:37] People love to be listened to.

[14:11] James’s mom inspired him to work to empower women.

[16:37] People will pay money to get out of pain.

[19:22] James works with entrepreneurs who pay it forward and know how to treat money with respect.

[24:15] James has started a ranch for at-risk teen boys to help them turn their lives around like he has.

[29:53] Get comfortable being uncomfortable. To succeed, you must be willing to fail.

[31:41] What does James do on a daily basis for his health?

[35:34] Water is crucial.

[37:16] How can you start to give back and live out your mission?

[38:01] James wants his legacy to be providing a better legacy for the youth of the world.

[40:05] Good, clean water is the best symbol of health. Balance is important.

[41:48] Take this month’s quiz at Meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[42:09] Let’s look at James’s key performance indicators!

[45:24] Here’s how to follow James.

[46:25] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Our Emotional Guidance System, by Esther Hicks and Jerry Hicks

REVIVER Rejuvenation Ranch

JamesErdt.com

The Dynamo Show

 

Tweetables:

 

“When you choose to make a good choice every single moment, you can turn your life around at light speed.”

 

“The very best life coach is one that rarely talks.”

 

“This is the best time ever, in the history of the world, to be an entrepreneur.”

 

“Nobody is coming to save you. The only person that can save you, is you.”

 

“[Youth] will be inspired by what their parents are doing, not by what they are saying.”

 

MORE ABOUT JAMES ERDT

James Erdt is a sought-after speaker, award winning author, success coach and philanthropist plus the public TV Host of  ‘The DYNAMO Show’.  He has been featured on Rogers TV, CBC, CBS, BT, City TV, Muchmusic and in the Toronto Star, Mississauga News as well as numerous fitness magazines and websites.  James is the ‘Chief Architect of WOW’ for DYNAMO Entrepreneur, which is an innovative, socially responsible organization, dedicated to guiding people of all ages, predominantly visionaries, thought-leaders and game-changers.  By creating leading edge products, popular social networks and engaging events, he consistently strives to better people and inclusively enhance the world for all. Paying it forward, James is the CHAIR of the REVIVER Rejuvenation Ranch for at-risk youth supporting teens, to make positive and proactive decisions to live healthier, safer and better lives especially for those who have lost their way. James Erdt's mission statement is “Sustainably empowering people, prosperity and planet!”

 

Want James to speak at your event? Reach out to him here.

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

Website: http://jameserdt.com

Facebook: https://facebook.com/james.erdt

Instagram: http://instagram.com/jameserdt

Youtube: http://youtube.com/jameserdt

 

MONTHLY QUIZ

 

Part of improving your health and performance as an entrepreneur requires that you take inventory of your current state of health. To this end, we have prepared a monthly quiz related to the health and performance of entrepreneurs and go-getters.

 

SEE WHERE YOU STACK UP AND ACCESS THE QUIZ RIGHT HERE

 

CALL TO ACTION

 

This week’s call to action is all about taking inventory of the amazing gifts we have in this world. Gratitude turns what we have into enough. I’d like to challenge you to start a daily gratitude practice. Whether it starting a journal to give thanks or taking 5 minutes in the morning to express gratitude to your family, share your commitment to in our Entrepology Facebook page. Because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

Oct 24, 2017

Today’s interview is with a fellow Naturopathic Doctor, Marie Matheson. Marie practices in Ottawa and the almost exclusive focus of her practice is Lyme disease and associated chronic infections. While you may at first glance think that this doesn’t apply to you, I couldn’t disagree more. You see, at the end of the day, when we back up and try to understand where disease comes from, it usually comes from two sources: infections and exposures. We don’t just talk about Lyme, we talk about this notion of stealth infections, the idea that we gain exposures at times that we don’t even recognize; and those organisms lie dormant in our systems until we are tired, until we go through trauma, until our immune systems can no longer keep them at bay. If you are a citizen of the world, then this interview is for you.

 

Key Takeaways:

[2:35] When Dr. Matheson’s niece was bitten by a tick it made her realize that she didn’t have the adequate knowledge to treat Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.

[4:40] What is a stealth infection?

[6:13] What is Lyme disease and how does an acute manifestation differ from a chronic manifestation?

[9:20] Other insects besides ticks can carry Lyme, and it can also be sexually transmitted.

[10:55] How can you prevent these infections? Are certain people more susceptible?

[15:40] Dr. Matheson treats a lot of truck drivers. Here’s why.

[16:39] Due to lack of education, there are some controversies about Lyme and its treatment.

[20:47] Naturopathic doctors look at illness holistically. Most conventionally trained doctors won’t do that.

[24:03] How should you test for Lyme?

[26:00] A vaccine for Lyme would not be effective at preventing the illness.

[28:24] What is a spirochete? What is a biofilm?

[30:32] Lyme is a much more imminent threat than Zika.

[32:32] If you feel you have been misdiagnosed or your treatment isn’t working, you should consider that you may be dealing with Lyme.

[36:39] Treatment for acute Lyme is totally different than that for chronic Lyme.

[40:43] Prevention is the best cure for Lyme.

[42:34] How should you remove a tick?

[45:00] Health is physical, emotional, and spiritual balance.

[47:33] Dr. Matheson wants her legacy to be that she helped to reduce suffering from chronic illness.

[53:48] Take this month’s quiz at Meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[54:08] Let’s look at Dr. Matheson’s key performance indicators!

[1:00:47] Here’s how to follow Dr. Matheson.

[1:01:37] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

The Tick Twister

Hampton Wellness

 

Tweetables:

 

“You can eat really well and be a stressed-out person and you’ll be sick all the time.”

 

“A stealth infection is persistent and is resistant to a lot of treatments.”

 

“We’re talking about a real epidemic here. I think this exceeds the seriousness of HIV.”

 

“It’s not the bug, it’s the terrain.”

 

“The absence of proof is not proof of absence.”

 

“There is hope for all of us with chronic illness, we can get better.”

 

MORE ABOUT DR. MARIE MATHESON

 

Dr. Matheson has a professional interest in infectious causes of chronic and complex autoimmune illnesses. She has a specialization in Lyme Disease and other tick-borne illnesses caused by co-infections. Her family practice focuses on patients with Chronic Parasitic/Fungal/Viral Infections, PANDA’s/PANS, Autism (ASD), Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, SIBO, desensitizing to severe environmental and food allergies and other severe digestive disorders.

 

Dr. Matheson believes in preventative medicine and the importance of determining the causal chain of illness by addressing toxicities at a cellular level. Using her assessment tool of Auricular Medicine, Dr. Matheson uncovers blockages and underlying imbalances that have created symptoms, to allow the body to self-heal and auto-regulate.

 

Dr. Matheson is a licensed ND in the province of Ontario. After completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa in 1998, Dr. Matheson completed her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine in 2005 at the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine in B.C. and was honoured with the Award for Acupuncture Excellence.

 

She is registered with the College of Naturopaths of Ontario (CONO), the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND), the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND), and the Canadian Society of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture (CSCMA). She is also a  member of the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS), and completed their Physicians Training Program with Dr. Charles Ray Jones, MD in Connecticut, who is arguably one of the top Lyme Disease practitioners in the US.

 

Learn more about Dr. Matheson here.

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HamptonWellness/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/hamptonchiro

 

MONTHLY QUIZ

 

Part of improving your health and performance as an entrepreneur requires that you take inventory of your current state of health. To this end, we have prepared a monthly quiz related to the health and performance of entrepreneurs and go-getters. This month, the focus is on balancing blood sugar.

 

SEE WHERE YOU STACK UP AND ACCESS THE QUIZ RIGHT HERE

 

CALL TO ACTION

 

In the spirit of supporting the terrain, I challenge you to take one step towards supporting your overall health. The best defence is a good offence. What is the one thing that you’ve been meaning to do to better your health but have managed to continually put off? Getting to sleep earlier? Eating healthier? A new exercise routine? It’s time to step up. Share your commitment to in our Entrepology Facebook page, because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

Oct 17, 2017

Today’s guest is someone I met at the gym, at a conference for health entrepreneurs. I had the fortunate experience of running into Dr. Vincent Pedre there at the gym and then later that day at a cocktail party, where we struck up a fascinating conversation about his transition from practicing internal medicine to practicing functional medicine, and how he healed his own digestive issues.

 

In today’s conversation, we go from discussing disease and the influence of the gut on chronic disease and autoimmune conditions, to discussing performance, the brain health axis, and the way that the health of our gut influences our ability to think clearly and execute profoundly every single day. This interview is not just relevant for people with digestive issues, it is relevant for anyone who is on a mission and wants to know where to start to improve their performance.

 

Key Takeaways:

[3:23] Dr. Pedre realized that he couldn’t offer his patients an exit strategy from the treatments he was giving them, and that drove him to functional medicine.

[6:19] Dr. Pedre realized that he could resolve his own IBS.

[9:21] Dr. Pedre mostly practices functional medicine, but he still performs screenings and recognizes his background in conventional medicine.

[10:34] This is where you can hear it from an MD: The food you eat affects your health, “100 percent!”

[13:18] Should everyone quit eating dairy and gluten?

[15:48] Changing your diet can be overwhelming, but you can do it. Find a doctor who empowers you.

[20:17] How are autoimmune conditions related to gut health?

[25:31] If you have elevated thyroid antibodies but still have normal thyroid function, you can prevent disease with lifestyle.

[28:22] How do you assess gut health? You might have gut issues and not know it.

[35:15] We think with our gut.

[39:27] Our current society is completely imbalanced.

[42:24] It’s important to learn to manage stress and cultivate supportive relationships.

[45:39] What does a healthy gut like to eat?

[48:23] Health is having the energy and the drive to do the things that you love.

[48:56] Take this month’s quiz at meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[49:17] Let’s look at Dr. Pedre’s key performance indicators!

[54:42] Here’s how to follow Dr. Pedre.

If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

One Spirit Medicine: Ancient Ways to Ultimate Wellness, by Alberto Villoldo

Pedre MD

Functional Nutrition Training

 

Tweetables:

 

“I can feel optimal 98% of the time.”

 

“The biggest choice I have that influences [how I feel] is what I eat — why would I stray from eating the right things?”

 

“When I took dairy out of my diet I found that I quit getting sick so often. … ‘We’re not being taught this.’”

 

MORE ABOUT DR. VINCENT PEDRE

 

Dr. Vincent M. Pedre, Medical Director of Pedre Integrative Health and President of Dr. Pedre Wellness, is a Board-Certified Internist in private practice in New York City since 2004. His philosophy and practices are a blend of both Western and Eastern medical traditions. He is a Clinical Instructor in Medicine at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, as well as certified in yoga and Medical Acupuncture. His unique combination of medicine is best described as integrative or defined by a functional, systems-based approach to health. With his holistic understanding of both sides of the equation, he can help each patient choose the best course of action for their ailments to provide both immediate and long-term relief. His holistic approach incorporates positive, preventative health and wellness lifestyle choices.

 

Dr. Pedre is a sought-after speaker and writer on sustainable health, prevention, and integrative and functional medicine. His expertise and informative commentator style has taken him beyond the boundaries of his private practice to appearances on the Martha Stewart Show, where he presented a segment on "The Top Medical Screening Tests" everyone should have, and to features on Sirius XM Radio's "Doctor Radio" show, interviews on "The Gary Null Show" on Progressive Radio Networks, and guest blogs on Ecomii and Yahoo! Green, Yahoo!'s leading wellness blog platform.

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

 

Facebook: @DrVincentPedre

Twitter: @DrPedre

Youtube: DrPedre

Instagram: @DrPedre

 

MONTHLY QUIZ

 

Part of improving your health and performance as an entrepreneur requires that you take inventory of your current state of health. To this end, we have prepared a monthly quiz related to the health and performance of entrepreneurs and go-getters. This month, the focus is on balancing blood sugar…

 

SEE WHERE YOU STACK UP AND ACCESS THE QUIZ RIGHT HERE

 

CALL TO ACTION

 

This week's call to action is all about optimizing your diet. I challenge you to go gluten free for 2 week. Start reading labels, get familiar with what you need to look out for and monitor how you feel. Share your commitment to going gluten free in our Entrepology Facebook page, because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

Oct 10, 2017

A few weeks ago I was speaking at an event called Mind Body Reset, and one of the speakers that came before me was Sylvie Tetrault. Sylvie is a holistic nutritionist, a trainer, and the host of the Championship Lifestyle Podcast. The focus of Sylvie’s career is getting all of us to execute as high performers. Sylvie shared so much great wisdom that I approached her after the event and asked her to come on the podcast and talk to my audience.

Today I had the pleasure of sitting down with her and we covered all sorts of elements but most importantly we talked about how to go from that place where we’re sort of floundering with what we eat and how we exercise, to the types of strategies we should implement in order to get a plan in place. Whether you’ve been wanting to get going or you already have a program and want to take it to the next level, this conversation is for you.

 

Key Takeaways:

[2:56] Sylvie became interested in strength training after she realized that she couldn’t do a pull-up. She has now had the opportunity to train a lot of high performers.

[6:42] What does an appropriate recovery time look like?

[15:03] You can learn to make healthy recipes, and it doesn’t have to take a long time. Eating well needs to be a priority.

[16:35] Eating right will help you in all areas of your life.

[17:35] Start by increasing your movement rather than adopting an “exercise plan.”

[23:01] What’s the right way to do cardio?

[26:25] What elements will the best exercise plan incorporate?

[31:42] Sometimes you have to think outside the box to find the right solution for your health.

[33:45] How can you find a good trainer?

[37:00] Sylvie focuses on helping people find their individual path to wellness.

[37:36] Health is knowing your body and its needs.

[38:13] Take this month’s quiz at meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[38:35] Let’s look at Sylvie’s key performance indicators!

[42:50] Here’s how to follow Sylvie.

[43:42] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Mind Body Reset

SylvieTetrault.com

Oct 3, 2017

On Friday I gave a talk at Mind Body Reset entitled “What Diabetes and Hurricanes Have in Common.” This episode, based on that talk, is a call to action for all of you. I can’t think of a better audience to speak to on this topic because those of you who are listening are the doers of this world. You’re not people who are okay or satisfied with fine, and you are people who are willing to pick up a call to action and do something. We need to do something good for this world. I honestly believe that when people are well, they can change the world. I do what I do because I know that if teachers and parents and CEOs and entrepreneurs are strong and healthy, then they can invoke change in their communities with their ideas, inspiration, and actions.

 

In the next few minutes, I’m going to tell you what diabetes and hurricanes have in common, and what you can do to move the needle on one of the most important issues we are facing as a collective group of people.

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:39] This episode is a call to action.

[3:47] Mother Nature is angry.

[4:56] Diabetes takes years to develop, and we must take deliberate action.

[7:23] Nature is beginning to buckle under the pressure we are applying against it.

[7:58] So what do hurricanes and diabetes have in common?

[8:24] People use sugar for a rapid energy boost.

[12:28] Sugar is particularly problematic if a system is already challenged.

[13:39] If you abuse your body, your cells may stop listening.

[16:42] Most pre-diabetic people think they are fine.

[18:06] Drugs to lower cholesterol complicate blood sugar problems.

[19:55] Right now is the prime time for a change, for our health and the health of the planet.

[23:50] Take this month’s quiz at meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[24:11] Please join our Facebook group, Legacy.

[27:20] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Mind Body Reset

 

Tweetables:

 

“When you push, and push, and push against a biological system, eventually that system will begin to push back.”

 

“I honestly believe that when people are well, they can change the world.”

 

“Mother Nature is angry.”

 

MORE ABOUT DR. MEGHAN WALKER

 

Dr. Meghan Walker is a naturopathic doctor, serial entrepreneur and mother. She graduation from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and completed a science degree, with a focus in reproductive physiology from the University of Waterloo. As an entrepreneur, Meghan started and sold her first business while in University and went on to found the Canadian Chapter of a national Youth Engagement Organization called Millennium Kids. Millennium Kids, taught responsible social activism in schools across Canada, Australia and South Africa.

 

Meghan is a Co-founder and past CEO of the digital health media start-up, Bright Almond, and she has most recently launched ‘The First 18’, an online incubator for new clinician entrepreneurs and Legacy, a community of go-getters looking to optimize their health and performance. Meghan maintains a boutique practice in Downtown Toronto, catering to entrepreneurs and inspired individuals looking to maximize their body and brain. When not satisfying her entrepreneurial itch, she is hanging out with her three little girls and super supportive husband.

 

LET’S CONNECT

 

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T: @drmeghanwalker

 

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IG: @drmeghanwalker

 

MONTHLY QUIZ

 

Part of improving your health and performance as an entrepreneur requires that you take inventory of your current state of health. To this end, we have prepared a monthly quiz related to the health and performance of entrepreneurs and go-getters. This month, the focus is on balancing blood sugar…

 

SEE WHERE YOU STACK UP AND ACCESS THE QUIZ RIGHT HERE

 

CALL TO ACTION

 

This week's call to action is all taking action. I challenge you to start a conversation and commit to taking action to make the world a better place. Ditching plastic, packing a healthy lunch, riding your bike to work or starting a car pool, etc. Share your commitment to empowering your plate in our Entrepology Facebook page, because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

 

Join our Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/belegacy/

 

Like the Page: https://www.facebook.com/entrepologypodcast/

 

Sep 26, 2017

Today’s interview was a real pleasure for me. I had the opportunity to interview someone that I both admire and consider a friend, Lori Kennedy. Lori is a holistic nutritionist by background and has gone on to build an online business where she teaches other practitioners how to scale their impact and their message in the online space.

 

What’s remarkable to me is not necessarily the business that Lori has built, but the life she has built. Far too often we sit back and envy what other people have, but Lori has gone out and built her life on purpose.

 

Today’s podcast is all about how to do that for yourself, and how you can give yourself permission to take your life and your purpose to the next level.

 

Key Takeaways:

[3:12] Lori is a writer and an empowerer of women.

[5:10] As an entrepreneur, you do the hardest work on yourself.

[7:29] How can you own and harness the power of traits that others might see as negative?

[11:26] Societal expectations can hold women back.

[17:00] Think about how you want to feel rather than what you want to do.

[22:25] Delegation can be your secret weapon.

[25:25] People are going to judge you no matter what, so you might as well live the life you want to live.

[27:23] Entrepreneurs need continuous momentum.

[30:44] What is the first step in scaling your wellness business?

[34:31] School is not always conducive to creative and entrepreneurial children.

[37:49] Lori is already living out her legacy.

[39:20] Health is consistency.

[40:01] Take this month’s quiz at meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[40:22] Let’s look at Lori’s key performance indicators!

[46:02] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Reveal: A Sacred Manual for Getting Spiritually Naked, by Meggan Watterson

The Wellness Business Hub

 

Tweetables:

 

“It is my goal in life to delegate every possible domestic duty.”

 

“I had to filter the way that I behaved because I didn’t want to come across as a bossy bitch.”

 

“Not asking for help or support at home is one of the biggest ways that women hold themselves back.”

 

“Structure equals freedom.”

 

“Anytime you can reduce stress, everybody wins.”

 

“My legacy is walking my talk.”

 

MORE ABOUT LORI KENNEDY

 

With over 13 years of experience in the fitness and nutrition world, Lori is the founder and CEO Director of The Wellness Business Academy and the producer of The Wellness Business Summit.

 

Since founding the WOW! Nutrition System in 2007, Lori has transformed thousands of clients globally and sparked her 1 million mission: to improve the lives both physically and emotionally for 1 million people by 2022.

 

Lori transitioned out of her brick and mortar business and took her entire company online in 2011. Since producing The Wellness Business Summit and founding The Wellness Business Academy she’s trained thousands of health practitioners, healers, coaches and fitness professionals to start-up and grow their own purpose driven businesses. She goes by the motto #mylifemyterms

 

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CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lorikennedyinc/ or https://www.facebook.com/groups/takeyourhealthpracticeonline/?fref=gs&dti=450825361664421&hc_location=group

 

Instagram: @lorikennedyinc

 

Website: www.thewellnessbusinesshub.com

 

CALL TO ACTION

 

This week's call to action is to take action. What is one task or goal that you have been putting off? It's time to step into your power and start NOW! Share your commitment in the Entrepology Podcast Facebook page to inspire others and create accountability. Because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

 

Sep 19, 2017

Today I sat down with a friend and colleague, Dr. John Dempster, ND. Over the last several years, Dr. Dempster has developed a real passion for addressing mental health, both within his patient population and in the broader entrepreneurial world through some of his online summits.

 

We got into some of the things that we both feel are missing in the lives of our patients that set them up to be more at risk for inability to manage anxiety and depression on a daily basis. John goes on to talk more about how he evaluates new patients that come into his practice looking to find more stability in respect to their mental health. What we discovered as we delved deeper into our conversation is that there are significant and consistent tenets that actually set up for success when it comes to our mental health, and there are certain habits and social norms that tend to pull us down.

 

This interview was insightful because it was personal. There’s not a single person listening who isn’t touched by mental health problems through their patients, clients, friends or family. This is something that we can all relate to and information that we can all use.

 

 

Key Takeaways:

[3:24] Dr. Dempster lost two of his uncles to chronic disease when he was very young and watching them go through conventional treatments that failed really affected him.

[4:47] Dr. Dempster realized the importance of nutrition and root cause resolution.

[6:36] What is functional medicine and how does it differ from naturopathic medicine?

[7:55] How did Dr. Dempster become passionate about mental health?

[11:42] Almost a quarter of Dr. Meghan’s patients are on antidepressants.

[13:47] Mental health is related to gut health.

[16:02] Healing doesn’t happen instantly. We need to reevaluate our environments and relationships.

[17:46] Dr. Dempster’s priorities shifted when he became a parent.

[21:02] How does Dr. Dempster manage anxiety?

[24:40] How does busyness contribute to adrenal fatigue?

[28:14] Naturopathic physicians have more tools at their disposal than MDs.

[31:05] A sense of community is really important to health.

[32:21] We need “Vitamin N.”

[33:23] Dr. Dempster hopes that he will be known as someone who really cared and who listened to his patients.

[34:28] What is health?

[35:40] Take this month’s quiz at meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[36:08] Let’s look at Dr. Dempster’s key performance indicators!

[41:55] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Mental Wellness Summit

 

Tweetables:

 

“Exercise daily is really a must.”

 

“We have this thing in our society right now where we pride ourselves on being busy.”

 

“What are you doing that you love?”

 

MORE ABOUT DR. JOHN DEMPSTER

 

Dr. John Dempster is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor and is the medical director/founder of The Dempster Clinic – Center for Functional Medicine, located in Toronto, Canada.  He focuses on a functional medicine model to treat a variety of patients ranging from high performance individuals to those with, or wanting to prevent chronic illness.  In addition he has a strong passion for helping patients embrace an Optimal Aging philosophy to help them achieve a long, healthy, vibrant and fulfilling life.

As an avid seeker in integrative and evidence based medicine, he has furthered his studies by completing an advanced fellowship in Functional, Regenerative, and Anti-aging medicine.   In addition to his busy practice, he writes regularly for a number of publications and speaks to corporations on a variety of health & wellness topics.  In addition, he is also featured frequently on national television, radio, newspapers and magazines.   

Aside from treating patients and teaching those how to improve their health and lifestyle, Dr. Dempster prioritizes living a balanced life.  He is extremely passionate about the outdoors and is an avid downhill skier, fly fisherman, and white water canoeist paddling throughout Canada’s arctic.  Dr. Dempster and his wife, recently welcomed the birth of their daughter, of whom he enjoys spending all of his free time with.

For more information on Dr. Dempster you can visit his website www.thedempsterclinic.com.

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

 

Website: www.thedempsterclinic.com and www.mentalwellnesssummit2.com

 

 

CALL TO ACTION

 

This week's call to action is all about self care. It's time to ditch the badge of busyness and take some time for yourself. How do you plan on taking care of your number one asset (aka- YOU)? Share your commitment on the Entrepology Facebook Page. Because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

Sep 12, 2017

Alex Charfen first became an entrepreneur during his teenage years and learned some very important lessons about business through early failures. At his peak of his financial success, he found himself incredibly unhealthy and stressed out. Understanding he needed to change, he created a wildly successful real estate business with his wife and began living life on his own terms.

 

Finally, when Alex was ready to sit down and write his own book to help entrepreneurs, he had to take a step back and ask himself, who exactly, is an entrepreneur? What makes someone want to even become an entrepreneur? This is how his book, Entrepreneurial Personality Type, came to be. He realized through all the years of working with entrepreneurs and wildly successful business people, they all had one thing in common. They were outliers. They were risk takers, and society thought they were just strange.

 

On this week’s episode, Alex discusses his book, why entrepreneurs are wired differently, and their beneficial purpose to society, and how entrepreneurs can use this knowledge to prosper in their own professional and personal lives.

 

Key Takeaways:

[2:25] Alex has spent his career trying to figure out what makes entrepreneurs tick and, through that, he’s found that there are key entrepreneurial personality types that make us who we are.

[3:20] How did Alex first get started as an entrepreneur?

[6:15] When you read books about successful people, there are very clear distinct patterns for why these people became successful.

[9:55] Life sometimes throws you curveballs. At 22 years old, Alex became a fortune 500 consultant.

[11:25] At 32 years old, Alex was unhealthy and he had to make a shift in his lifestyle. He ended up opening a real estate  business with his wife.

[13:00] One day, Alex decided to sit down and write a book about all the things he’s learned about business over the years, but when he sat down to write his target audience, aka entrepreneurs, he couldn’t figure out who they really were. This shocked him. He’s worked with entrepreneurs and highly successful people all his life, how could he not know who they were?

[14:30] So, instead of writing about the book he had initially intended to, he wrote Entrepreneurial Personality Type.

[17:00] What is the Entrepreneurial Personality Type book about?

[18:00] Personality type one: The Caretakers.

[19:20] Personality type two: The Communicator.

[20:35] Personality type three: The Coordinators.

[22:35] Personality type four: The Hunters.

[23:55] The hunter group is the smallest group out of those four. The hunters are entrepreneurs. They are the trendsetters, but they’re also seen as intimidating and scary.

[27:25] What kinds of differences has Alex noticed between male and female entrepreneurs?

[38:45] Alex mentioned at the height of his financial success, he was at his unhealthiest. What has his health journey been like over the years?

[42:05] If you’re not optimizing yourself, then you’re not optimizing your business.

[46:25] What does Alex want his legacy to be?

[50:10] Take this month’s quiz at meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[50:50] Let’s look at Alex’s key performance indicators!

[59:30] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Charfen

Entrepreneurial Personality Type, eBook by Alex Charfen

Momentum Podcast for the Entrepreneurial Personality Type

 

Tweetables:

 

“We are the smallest part of the human species. The Hunters make up the smallest group, and the rest of the world simply doesn’t understand us.”

 

“They call us risk takers, intimidating, frightening, and scary. We do things that just don’t make sense and are illogical.”

 

“We’re fundamentally different from the rest of the world. We get up everyday and demand that the world improve.”

 

 

MORE ABOUT ALEX CHARFEN

 

Alex has studied greatness for decades and here is what he has found: All of the notable entrepreneurs down through history have a great deal in common with each other, and, quite frankly, very little in common with the rest of the world. They share The Entrepreneurial Personality Type (EPT) with all of its quirks and idiosyncrasies. They are a restless bunch with an intrinsic need to move and build and strive. His own remarkable entrepreneurial journey reflects that.

 

His professional career started at the tender age of eight. Economic factors forced the emergency sale of his family’s business, making it necessary for him to start working, selling things with his dad at a local flea market. He quickly found that, unlike the rest of the world he lived in, the business environment felt safe. He innately understood it. The exchange of money for goods and services made sense. He grew and continued to learn about commerce, reading voraciously about the great business minds down through the ages. In his teen years, he began to launch and build businesses of his own, sometimes failing and sometimes wildly succeeding. His high flying Florida real estate business became a victim of the 2008 downturn, but he rebounded by turning that tragedy into a thriving business built around helping others in real estate understand the world of distressed properties, of which there were many at the time. For that, homeowners and real estate experts are eternally grateful. In fact the U.S. Treasury Office has data that shows that Alex’s CDPE process shortened the recovery of the foreclosure crisis in this country by at least five years. 

 

Now, Alex has turned his attention and resources to what is without a doubt the most important work he believes he will ever do- helping other EPT’s prosper and understand themselves so they can make the difference that they are intended to make. His book, The Entrepreneurial Personality Type, published in 2016, has become the handbook for his restless tribe around the world looking for answers. He has obviously struck a resonant chord with his findings and his continued learning and discoveries on the subject. He’s spoken on the biggest stages, appeared on TV and in print for major media outlets such as MSNBC, CNBC, FOX News, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Investor’s Business Daily and AmEx OPEN Forum to provide his unique views and insights. His next book, Momentum, will publish in early 2018.

 

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

 

TWITTER: https://twitter.com/alexcharfen

 

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/charfen

 

INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/alexcharfen/

 

YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/charfen-social

 

CALL TO ACTION

 

Understanding your personality type, helps you take steps forward so you can make the world a better place. Discover your personality type and share your findings in our Entrepology Facebook Group. Because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

Sep 5, 2017

In today’s show, I’m switching things up a bit, and I do not have a guest to interview! Between every 10-15 guests, we’ll take a mini break from that format, and go into a solo show. So, today’s solo show is about achieving balance in your life, especially as we transition from summer into the fall.

 

I was watching my daughter ride her bike without training wheels the other day, and some inspiration came to how riding a bicycle is the perfect metaphor for living our real life. Oftentimes, when we are stressed, we think taking a screeching halt, and putting everything on pause is what will give us balance, but this is wrong!

 

As anybody who has ever ridden a bike knows, the slower you go on a bike, the more dangerous things become. In order for us to properly achieve balance, we need to learn how to coast on our bicycle, and ride on the momentum of our hard work. Find out more about achieving balance on this week’s episode!

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:35] I don’t have a guest for this week’s episode! Let’s take a mini break to reflect as we transition from summer into fall.

[2:05] How do you achieve balance when the seasons change and get busier?

[3:40] Have questions for me? Don’t forget to join our Facebook community, Legacy, and reach out there!

[4:00] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

[5:00] We all strive for balance in our lives. We’re searching for it every single day.

[6:00] We try to come to a screeching halt when striving for balance, but for anyone who has ever ridden a bike, they will know that the slower you go on a bike, the more dangerous it becomes for you.

[7:05] Following the riding-the-bike metaphor, instead of trying to stop suddenly, look for opportunities in your daily live to coast; ride the momentum of your hard work.

[7:35] How can we actively, and consciously, engage in a break?

[9:25] You don’t need a ten-minute break every hour, you need a minute, or even 30 seconds, to step away from your work and recharge.

[10:00] Do you experience energy crashes in the afternoon? Getting sugar or a coffee into your system is not the answer.

[11:35] Don’t have time to go to the gym? Lack of movement is another factor as to why you are struggling to achieve balance.

[12:45] Adults typically don’t play anymore, but just because you’re no longer a child, and have bills to pay, this doesn’t mean you aren’t allowed to have fun. Try and incorporate more play time into your life.

[15:55] Join the Facebook community and let us know how you want to increase more of your play time this fall.

[17:35] We have a fantastic list of guests lined up for the fall, and they will be talking about how you can have more play in your life.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

 

Tweetables:

 

“What an incredible metaphor riding a bike is for living your real life.”

 

“When people say they don’t have enough time, usually what they mean is they don’t have enough energy.”

 

“Balance doesn’t come because it’s scheduled. Balance comes because it’s floating in front of you and you take it.”

 

MORE ABOUT DR. MEGHAN WALKER

 

Dr. Meghan Walker is a naturopathic doctor, serial entrepreneur and mother. She graduation from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and completed a science degree, with a focus in reproductive physiology from the University of Waterloo. As an entrepreneur, Meghan started and sold her first business while in University and went on to found the Canadian Chapter of a national Youth Engagement Organization called Millennium Kids. Millennium Kids, taught responsible social activism in schools across Canada, Australia and South Africa.

 

Meghan is a Co-founder and past CEO of the digital health media start-up, Bright Almond, and she has most recently launched ‘The First 18’, an online incubator for new clinician entrepreneurs and Legacy, a community of go-getters looking to optimize their health and performance. Meghan maintains a boutique practice in Downtown Toronto, catering to entrepreneurs and inspired individuals looking to maximize their body and brain. When not satisfying her entrepreneurial itch, she is hanging out with her three little girls and super supportive husband. 

 

LET’S CONNECT

W:  http://entrepologypodcast.com

 

T: @drmeghanwalker 

 

FB: fb.me/entrepologypodcast

 

IG: @drmeghanwalker

 

MONTHLY QUIZ

Part of improving your health and performance as an entrepreneur requires that you take inventory of your current state of health. To this end, we have prepared a monthly quiz related to the health and performance of entrepreneurs and go-getters. This month, the focus is on balancing blood sugar...

 

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CALL TO ACTION

We can’t move forward unless we start to take action. This week’s call to action; Incorporate play into your life. Finding those moments to play help you create momentum in your life so you can achieve your mission. Share your commitment to play in our Entrepology Facebook page, because when you are accountable, you are healable.

 

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Aug 29, 2017

In today’s show I got to have a really cool conversation. We talked about something that everyone thinks about, but no one really wants to talk about, and that is money. Money is an issue, and whether we like it or not, we all hold beliefs around money. Some of us believe that money is a bad thing, that it is evil. Others have evolved to a place where they allow money to flow into their lives freely and easily. We hear about these people; they are like myths, like mermaids. It’s rare to get to sit down with one and really understand what that mindset looks like in real life, but that’s what I did today.

 

Today I sat down with David Binns. David is a real estate agent by background and training, and a contributor to the self-improvement movement. We looked at the concept of money mindset, and learned how to transition our way of thinking to allowing money to flow toward us. The conversation was insightful. It gave me goosebumps throughout, and it was really foundational to addressing a concept that I believe is important to everybody’s health; financial freedom. This conversation is a gateway to the liberation that comes from looking at money in a whole new way.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:40] Please join our Facebook community, Legacy, a group of bad-ass women collectively committed to leaving the world better than we found it.

[3:58] David grew up in a lower class family in an affluent town, and his self-improvement journey began when he saw Tony Robbins on TV.

[7:05] David recognized that he was no different than a wealthy person, and that he could achieve financial freedom.

[8:50] Money is not mechanical.

[12:09] Where should you start if you know you have a limiting view of money?

[13:34] How do you stay in a place of abundance?

[16:20] Trust is not entitlement.

[17:13] We acquire much of our money mindset in our family of origin.

[18:45] David is unwilling to give up on what’s possible.

[21:03] Is money a problem to be solved?

[22:57] Be specific about what you’re asking for.

[23:45] Invest in yourself.

[25:05] David examines his health and the impact he wants to have on the world.

[26:28] Most people don’t know what their purpose is, or they don’t know that they know.

[29:24] Your purpose will evolve.

[29:53] David’s purpose is to be a leader and a contrarian.

[30:54] What does David want his legacy to be?

[32:43] Health is having your mind, heart, and body reflect how you want to experience life.

[32:58] Take this month’s quiz at meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[33:20] Let’s look at David’s key performance indicators!

[38:04] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

The Science of Getting Rich, by Wallace D. Wattles

Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth, by T. Harv Eker

The Landmark Forum

The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself, by Michael Singer

@david.binns on Instagram

Mind Body Reset

 

 

Tweetables:

 

“The foundation of money is trust.”

 

“We have to wrap our heads around the concept of money if we are ever going to be at a place where we are truly free.”

 

“If you don’t trust that you can have everything you desire in life, it ain’t gonna show up.”

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

Instagram - @david.binns

 

Website - www.mindbodyreset.co

 

CALL TO ACTION

 

What is one word you would use to describe your relationship with money? What is one word you would like to use to describe your relationship with money? This week's challenge is to create a positive mantra around the relationship you wish to have between yourself and money. Share your commitment and mantra on our  Entrepology Podcast Facebook Page. Because when you are accountable, you are helpable.

Aug 22, 2017

Today I sat down with Samantha Gladish. Samantha is a nutritionist by background, health crusader and a renowned online entrepreneur. While I thought we were actually going to talk about health, where we went with this conversation was really getting to know the fundamentals that entrepreneurs require to be effective in this world. We broke through some of the commonly-held beliefs that hold people back in terms of being able to achieve what they want to achieve, and then we got into health from an unexpected angle, where we started to explore the connection between hormones, the birth control pill, and their collective incapacity to enable us to be our best selves.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:42] Please join our Facebook community, Legacy, a group of bad-ass women collectively committed to leaving the world better than we found it.

[2:33] Samantha has always been interested in nutrition and natural healing, but has a BA in religion and English.

[5:31] Getting clients wasn’t as easy as Samantha thought it would be.

[7:53] Samantha got fired from a sales rep job at the perfect time.

[9:12] Samantha attributes her success to a “glass half full” attitude.

[12:19] You have to know what works for you.

[17:04] How did Samantha get clarity and define her goals?

[20:44] You have to have skin in the game.

[23:12] It can be difficult to charge what you’re worth.

[26:06] Because of her own health issues, Samantha became passionate about hormonal health.

[31:53] Just last year Samantha found out that she has Hashimoto’s.

[34:52] The birth control pill stops your own hormones from working, and can lead to PCOS and insulin resistance.

[43:15] Health is living with joy.

[43:40] Thank you to our sponsor, The Interpreting Your Genetics Summit.

[44:55] Samantha’s morning routine includes affirmations and drinking water and tea or coffee.

[46:29] Samantha reads both fiction and nonfiction.

[46:52] Samantha’s hot beverage of choice is mushroom coffee with collagen.

[48:22] Samantha loves dancing, being outside, kayaking, and reading.

[49:16] Entrepreneurs are born with a drive to live by their own rules.

[51:32] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Holistic Wellness

10 Day Detox

 

Tweetables:

 

“We have it so backward. It should be ‘be, do, have,” not, ‘have, do, be.’”

 

“The journey [to entrepreneurship] has been long.”

 

“I can only take people [whom I coach] as far as I’ve gone myself.”

 

“You can always choose the mindset that things aren’t going to work out, and you’ll be right.”

 

“I want my business to revolve around my life, not my life to revolve around my business.”

 

“Tracking your cycle is just as effective as going on the birth control pill.”

 

" You really need to have skin in the game."

 

MORE ABOUT SAMANTHA GLADISH

 

Samantha Gladish is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Women’s Health and Wellness Coach. She is the founder of www.HolisticWellness.ca; a website dedicated to helping women lose weight and balance their hormones through delicious food. Samantha coaches and supports women from around the world on natural beauty, holistic health and nutrition. Her philosophy is that through changing the way we eat, think, move and care for our bodies, we can heal ourselves and live a life we love. Through therapeutic lifestyle changes, whole foods, and straight-forward guidance, clients become confident and empowered to lead healthier and vibrant lives. Clients report greater levels of energy, confidence in their bodies, and release excess weight after many years of feeling stuck.

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

 

Instagram - @holisticwellnessfoodie

Facebook - @holisticwellnessfoodie

Website - www.holisticwellness.ca

 

CALL TO ACTION

In the spirit of prevention, there is no time like the present, to look at how we could and should be supporting your system for maximum performance. This month I am challenging you to better understand your current state of health.  Register today for the free Genetics Summit to learn how to use your genetic/genomic information to alter your lifestyle, guide treatment and create better health. Register here.

Aug 15, 2017

Today I sat down with Heather Allen. Heather is a nutritionist, an entrepreneur, and all around community builder. She’s a queen on Instagram and someone you absolutely have to know. Heather has a love affair with food, and has an innate capacity to take complicated concepts and turn them into something simple that you can easily cook up in your own kitchen. We talked about fermented food, building community, and the concept of “hangry,” and the blood sugar balancing that we all need to do to be able to optimize ourselves on our daily mission. This is a practical talk about how to put things into action, and how to take your body and your physiology to the next level, with the decisions that you make day in and day out, each time you make the choice to eat another meal. You’re gonna love it!

 

Key Takeaways:

[:40] Please join our Facebook community, Legacy, a group of bad-ass women collectively committed to leaving the world better than we found it.

[2:26] Heather’s entrepreneurial journey began in retail, but she realized that something was missing.

[4:12] Heather realized that when she had travelled in Southeast Asia she felt great, because of the food that she was eating.

[6:55] Heather decided to go to school for holistic nutrition, so that she could sort through all of the conflicting information about food.

[7:54] Why does it take so long to make the connection between food and health?

[9:23] Our society has conditioned us to prefer to take medication rather than change our lifestyle.

[9:58] How does food affect our mood?

[12:24] How can you avoid becoming “hangry”?

[13:19] Fasting can make our cells more resilient.

[15:40] What are the signs of poor blood sugar management?

[17:43] Stress management is more than just managing your to do list.

[18:53] How can you maintain your energy through the afternoon?

[22:07] Protein and fat are important for balancing blood sugar.

[25:39] There are lots of healthy options for vegetarians.

[27:25] Most people eat the worst kind of breakfast.

[28:44] Food and community are intricately connected.

[31:16] Why is fermentation key to our overall nutrition picture?

[32:54] Health is being free.

[33:32] Thank you to our sponsor, The Interpreting Your Genetics Summit.

[34:53] Heather’s morning routine includes warm lemon water and gardening.

[36:02] Heather is reading The Color of Our Sky: A Novel, by Amita Trasi.

[36:40] Heather is consistent with making quality decisions about her food.

[37:56] Heather loves to be in nature.

[38:12] Entrepreneurship can be innate or it can be learned.

[40:00] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

UberEATS

@bitewithlove on Instagram

Heather Allen Nutrition on Facebook

Heather Allen Nutrition

Aug 8, 2017

Today’s interview was really interesting for me. I sat down with Mike Mutzel, the author of Belly Fat Effect. He’s also the host of High Intensity Health, a practitioner, and someone who has immersed himself in this field since he was a teenager. We talked about a lot of things, but mostly we dove deep into the concept of the ketogenic diet. This is actually a concept that, previous to this interview, I wasn’t particularly familiar with. I was used to talking about ketosis from a medical standpoint, but the ins and outs of actually doing the “ketogenic diet” was not something I was familiar with, or something I used with my patients. But now, I might.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:45] Please join our Facebook community, Legacy, a group of bad-ass women collectively committed to leaving the world better than we found it.

[2:57] How did Mike become passionate about health and the ketogenic diet?

[5:32] The toolbox of the average MD is very limited.

[7:35] Choose a healthy alternative to alcohol or other comfort substances.

[9:53] Seasonal eating and circadian rhythms are crucial.

[16:47] What exactly is a ketogenic diet?

[22:33] Dietary supplements can help you in your journey into ketosis.

[24:36] Some people are not ready to go into ketosis.

[27:58] Is ketosis harder for women?

[29:07] You should know why you want to adopt a ketogenic diet.

[31:01] Most women are estrogen dominant.

[32:24] You may not have to change what you eat to enter ketosis.

[33:03] Can you have alcohol on a ketogenic diet?

[35:16] Diversity of vegetable matter is good for your microbiome.

[39:46] Who has Mike learned the most from?

[42:56] Vitality and energy equal health.

[43:49] Thank you to our sponsor, The Interpreting Your Genetics Summit.

[45:08] Mike journals and meditates every morning.

[46:40] Mike likes fiction but always ends up reading nonfiction.

[48:17] Mike is very consistent about exercise.

[49:17] Mike plays the guitar and loves to travel and hike.

[49:36] Are we born this way, or do we learn to become entrepreneurs?

[51:44] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Belly Fat Effect: The Real Secret About How Your Diet, Intestinal Health and Gut Bacteria Help You Burn Fat, by Mike Mutzel

Human Food Project

High Intensity Health on Youtube

 

Tweetables:

 

“Traditional medicine, while being great at acute care, is just not equipped to help with some of these chronic ailments.”

 

“You can enhance your own health, the health of your community and of the world at large.”

 

“[Your diet should be] high fiber, high color, with a diverse array of non-starchy vegetables.”

 

MORE ABOUT MIKE MUTZEL

Mike has an B.S. in Biology from Western Washington University and is completing his M.S. in Clinical Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport and is a graduate of the Institute for Functional Medicine’s (IFM) Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice (AFMCP). He is an independent consultant for one of the world’s leading professional nutrition companies, and has worked as a nutritionist with Gerard Guillory, MD of the Care Group, PC in Denver, CO. Mike has lectured alongside Dr. Guillory to large patient-groups in the Denver area and they have been featured on local T.V. programs discussing the power of Nutrition and Functional Medicine. In April of 2014 Mike launched his first book and Started High Intensity Health radio. 

 

CONNECT WITH MY GUEST

High Intensity Health - Mike’s Amazing Podcast! www.highintensityhealth.com

 

CALL TO ACTION

In the spirit of prevention, there is no time like the present, to look at how we could and should be supporting your system for maximum performance. This month I am challenging you to better understand your current state of health.  Register today for the free Genetics Summit to learn how to use your genetic/genomic information to alter your lifestyle, guide treatment and create better health. Register here.

Aug 1, 2017

Today I’m joined by Dr. Kristy Prouse. Dr. Prouse is an OBGYN who has gone on to discover the world of functional medicine. Dr. Prouse is an associate professor at the University of Toronto and is the founder and chief medical officer at the Institute for Hormonal Health. She has walked the full spectrum of medical experience, and she has landed at a place where she is able to address people’s health through a lens of hormonal balance, with so many tools in front of her. We had a really enlightening conversation about how we assess and treat hormones, the pressures that cause these things to run amuck, and ways that we can go about controlling them without applying the birth control pill as a universal tool. It was a really fascinating conversation because we were able to have it from a perspective that gave us access to multiple ways of thinking about our hormones and our bodies, and ultimately their effects on our brains and our performance out there in the real world. It was an enlightening conversation for me personally, and I know it’s going to be fascinating to all of you.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:43] Please join our Facebook community, Legacy, a group of bad-ass women collectively committed to leaving the world better than we found it.

[2:48] Dr. Prouse’s own health crisis brought her into the world of functional medicine.

[5:25] How did Dr. Prouse’s colleagues react to her new paradigm?

[8:00] Many patients know that they aren’t okay, even though their blood work looks normal.

[9:29] Many undiagnosed health issues can be tracked back to stress and adrenal fatigue.

[9:55] What is cortisol dysregulation?

[11:57] Preventing adrenal fatigue is about connecting mind, body, and spirit.

[14:32] Even if you believe you are good at managing stress, you may be taking on too much.

[15:46] How is adrenal fatigue related to estrogen dominance?

[18:09] Stress and environmental toxins can both throw off our hormones.

[20:05] How can we avoid environmental proponents of estrogen dominance?

[22:44] How should you feel if your hormones are balanced?

[25:51] If you have abnormal periods, birth control is definitely not the only solution.

[29:50] What is the best way to assess sex hormone balance?

[31:15] What is the least interventional birth control method?

[33:03] We underestimate the physiological damage caused by stress.

[36:42] Dr. Prouse tells us her hormonal health hacks.

[40:36] Health is so much more than the absence of disease.

[41:59] Thank you to our sponsor, The Interpreting Your Genetics Summit.

[43:27] Dr. Prouse is not a morning person.

[44:28] Dr. Prouse enjoys reading about quantum physics.

[44:53] Mindfulness has become a constant in Dr. Prouse’s health.

[45:53] Dr. Prouse loves to travel with her husband.

[46:28] Entrepreneurs are born.

[48:25] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Institute for Hormonal Medicine

 

Tweetables:

 

“I left my old way of thinking behind and ... embraced this idea of a holistic approach and getting to the root cause.”

 

“A good chunk of what I see everyday … [are adrenal fatigue issues].”

 

“We can choose to show up differently in the world.”

 

"A healthy mindset helps us get healthy and stay healthy."

 

MORE ABOUT DR. KRISTY PROUSE

 

Dr. Kristy Prouse MD FRCSC is an obstetrician/gynecologist with additional training in functional medicine.  Dr. Prouse is an associate professor at the University of Toronto, medical advisor to In-Common Laboratories, founder and Chief Medical Officer at the Institute for Hormonal Health- an integrative and holistic practise with a team of various practitioners.  Dr. Prouse has also created the I-HHeLP Initiative- a worldwide virtual integrative practice of Institute for Hormonal Health certified practitioners trained using a comprehensive on-line educational program...coming soon!

 

 

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Website: www.hormonalhealth.ca

 

CALL TO ACTION

 

Conventional body products are chock-full of toxins and xenoestrogens which contribute to hormonal imbalances. This week's call to action is to detox your beauty care routine. Swap out your funky face creams, lotions and potions and get familiar with the ingredients to look out for. Make yourself accountable and inspire others by sharing your commitment in our Entrepology Facebook page.

Jul 25, 2017

Today I sat down with James Maskell. James is an entrepreneur in the functional medicine space. Over ten years ago he started his career as an i-banker and realized that wasn’t the ladder he wanted to climb. He transitioned from that career on Wall Street to selling homeopathic products to doctors. He had a natural ability to navigate a landscape and spot problems as they arose. A natural entrepreneur, James has gone on to speak on platforms such as TedMed and TEDx, and is now the host of the Functional Forum, where he speaks with practitioners and experts around the world, discussing the evolution of medicine. Upcoming is his Genetics Summit where we will look at genomics and start to understand how our genetic blueprint interacts with our lives to optimize our health. If something interesting is happening in the world of progressive medicine, James is either behind it or attending. We had an incredible conversation about how to recognize our own skills as entrepreneurs, how we can live to 100, and the types of steps that we can take on a daily basis to optimize our genetics. This is a perfect conversation for anyone looking to take their health and their entrepreneurial vision to the next level.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:39] Please join our Facebook community, Legacy, a group of bad-ass women collectively committed to leaving the world better than we found it.

[2:57] James’s parents were a homeopath and a chiropractor.

[4:59] James recognized an opportunity and didn’t wait to act on it.

[7:14] What is functional medicine, and why is it foundational to the evolution of medicine?

[10:07] Functional medicine can take you across the “line of fine,” and you can live to be 100 years old.

[14:48] Listen to some very relevant and applicable talks from health and longevity experts at journey100.org.

[15:52] Social isolation is a major contributor to all-cause mortality.

[22:00] Most people associate genetics with a life-or-death sentence, but we can control our genes through lifestyle.

[24:24] You can attend the Interpreting Your Genetics Summit for free.

[27:54] Where should you go for genetic testing?

[31:42] What are the lifestyle factors that everyone must consider for better health?

[34:31] Health is the ability to self-actualize what you are here on the planet to do.

[34:56] Thank you to our sponsor, The Interpreting Your Genetics Summit.

[36:16] James walks his daughter to school in the morning.

[37:07] James loves to read non-fiction.

[37:34] James loves coffee.

[38:08] James loves to dance and play tennis.

[38:30] If you want to become an entrepreneur, do sales.

[40:59] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Functional Forum

Journey to 100

Interpreting Your Genetics Summit

The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible, by Charles Eisenstein

The Evolution of Medicine

 

Tweetables:

 

“Your health is a product of the five people you spend the most time with.”

 

“[We are] actually facilitating the journey of doctors from Western medicine to functional medicine.”

 

“We don’t need an aspirational medical system, we need an operating system.”

 

“The most valuable thing that a doctor could ever do is to introduce two people who want to get healthy with each other.”

 

MORE ABOUT JAMES MASKELL

 

James Maskell is the creator of Functional Forum, the world’s largest integrative medicine conference. He lectures internationally, and has been featured on TEDMED, Huffpost Live, TEDx and more, and is a contributor to Huffington Post, KevinMD, thedoctorblog and MindBodyGreen. He serves on the faculty of George Washington University’s Metabolic Medicine Institute.

 

 

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Functional Forum - largest free forum for doctors and health practitioners in functional and integrative health http://functionalforum.com/

 

Upcoming Genetics Summit: www.geneticssummit.com

 

Journey to 100: www.functionalforum/journey100

 

CALL TO ACTION

 

In the spirit of prevention, there is no time like the present, to look at how we could and should be supporting your system for maximum performance. This month I am challenging you to better understand your current state of health.  Register today for the free Genetics Summit to learn how to use your genetic/genomic information to alter your lifestyle, guide treatment and create better health. Register here.

Jul 18, 2017

At the end of each of my podcasts I ask my guest this question: “Entrepreneurism, are we born this way, or do we learn to become entrepreneurs?” Never has this question been as loaded as it was for my guest today. Dr. Mansoor Mohammed is a clinical geneticist, and we discussed the correlation and connection between our genetic makeup, our DNA, and our potential and capacity for optimization. We weren’t looking at genetics from the perspective of markers for disease, but rather we went deep into the types of things we need to look for and understand if we’re going to analyze our genetics and use it to make us effective in the world. We looked at ways that genetics can be used to optimize our nutrition, we touched briefly on risk factors and then we got into the personality traits that we can actually look for in terms of markers, and that we can cultivate and leverage to make ourselves more effective on our mission to make this world a better place. This was a fascinating interview because it’s universally aligned to everybody. We all are made up of all of these genes. We each have this DNA imprint that sets the tone and the blueprint for who we become in this world. There is something for everyone to learn in this interview.

Key Takeaways:
[:46] Please join our Facebook community, Legacy, a group of bad-ass women collectively committed to leaving the world better than we found it.
[3:22] Dr. Mohammed has always been fascinated by chromosomes.
[5:21] What are functional genetic tests, and what information can we expect to get from them?
[9:27] Is genetic testing really valuable, or will a healthy lifestyle suffice?
[17:54] Genetic testing can help us mitigate the dangers of statistics.
[21:53] Genetic testing should give us information about genetic pathways as opposed to individual genes.
[27:43] Single gene tests can not paint the entire picture, and both the public and medical professionals need to be more educated about this.
[35:50] We are getting important insight into personality through genetic testing.
[43:09] What percent of our experiences and our presentation in the world is genetic and what percent is environmental?
[47:48] What are the privacy laws concerning genetic testing?
[52:50] Health is living up to your optimal potential and desire.
[53:48] Take this month’s quiz about sleep at meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.
[54:32] Dr. Mohammed gets up every morning at 4:00.
[55:03] Dr. Mohammed enjoys reading fiction.
[55:31] Dr. Mohammed loves organic, raw cacao in almond milk sweetened with honey.
[56:04] Dr. Mohammed cherishes his time with his wife and children.
[56:53] Some people are born to be entrepreneurs, however many people can learn to be an entrepreneur when they find something they are passionate about.
[1:00:18] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.


Mentioned in This Episode:
Legacy Facebook Group
Youtrients
P3 Health Clinic
Email: Mansoor@youtrients.me

Tweetables:

“We can absolutely improve our chances of living an optimal life through the lenses of genetic information.”

" Why are we only looking at genetics in a disease centric way? There is so much more to genetics beyond the simply likelihood of disease."

“Intelligent genetic testing is not about testing a list of genes and trying to draw conclusions from them.”

“We are a beautiful collection of genes working as an orchestral masterpiece.”

MORE ABOUT DR. MANSOOR MOHAMMED

Dr. Mohammed is the Founder and President of ManaGene, considered one of the most innovative leaders in the emerging personalized medicine and lifestyle genomics space.

In 2017, ManaGene partnered with Dr. Bryce Wylde and other industry leaders to launch YouTrients (www.youtrients.me), a company revolutionizing the nutraceutical industry by being the first to utilize genomic testing to create customized, individualized supplements and vitamins.

Dr. Mohammed is widely regarded as a pioneer in medical genomics and has been the recipient of multiple academic and industry awards. He is the holder of several patents in the general fields of molecular diagnostics and genomics research, and is one of the most sought-after national and international conference speakers in the genre of personalized medical genomics.
While completing his clinical post-doctoral internship at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Dr. Mohammed was credited with discovering one of two genomic pathways that define drug resistance to the Novartis-developed leukemia therapy, Gleevec, and co-published these findings in the journal Science (2001) with the renowned oncologist Dr. Charles Sawyers. That same year, he was the co-author of the American Society of Human Genetics’ Paper of the Year Award with his mentor, Dr. Eric Vilain, for their discovery of the role of the Wnt4 gene in sex-reversal. These early studies helped to define Dr. Mohammed as one of the few genomic specialists with core competencies in both the genomic characteristics of childhood development, as well as the genomic etiology of oncology/cancer.
Concomitant with his postdoctoral fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine (2001), Dr. Mohammed was instrumental in the development and commercialization of the industry’s first available comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) arrays. He has since been widely regarded as one of the primary innovators in the diagnostic application of genomic microarrays and has contributed to seminal studies in that field. He was the co-primary author of the first peer-reviewed study utilizing microarray CGH techniques in the clinical diagnosis of developmental abnormalities (2002) and later (2008) was the senior author of the first peer-reviewed study utilizing microarray CGH techniques for clinical oncology purposes. The CGH technologies that Dr. Mohammed helped to develop and commercialize have continued to revolutionize the understanding of the human genome and have spawned thousands of peer-reviewed papers across the international academic community. Considered by Dr. Mohammed as one of the early highlights of his career, and in recognition of his contributions to developing genomic microarray technologies, he was invited as a plenary speaker to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the DNA double helix at the world Human Genome Organization meeting (Cancun, Mexico 2003).
Dr. Mohammed was a founder (2001) and Director of Research and Development at Spectral Genomics Inc. Under Dr. Mohammed’s scientific stewardship, Spectral Genomics quickly grew from a start-up funded by Baylor College of Medicine, to an authority in the emerging field of medical comparative genomics and was eventually acquired by PerkinElmer Inc.
With the acquisition of Spectral Genomics, Dr. Mohammed was invited to head the (then) newly established Advanced Technologies Department at North America’s largest diagnostics reference laboratory, Quest Diagnostics Inc. (2003-2006). Overseeing a state of the art facility at Quest, he was responsible for designing the roadmap and executing the adoption of new diagnostic technologies for this Fortune 500 Company (Market Capitalization exceeding 8 billion US). Within his first year at Quest, Dr. Mohammed was honored with the Patent Innovation Award for prolific innovations and discoveries and notably during his tenure was the youngest recipient of the Medical Innovation Award: Quest’s highest and most prestigious employee recognition award.
In 2006, Dr. Mohammed was recruited to co-found and lead the development of Combimatrix Molecular Diagnostics (CMDX). He served as the latter’s Chief Scientific Officer, Chief Operating Officer and for his last 4 years of tenure, as Chief Executive Officer. Under his leadership, CMDX became the first diagnostic company offering genomic microarray-based diagnostics to receive an official “freedom to operate” clearance by the FDA. Moreover, under his guidance, CMDX developed and launched the most comprehensive portfolio of clinically validated genomics based tests in the industry and witnessed 9 consecutive quarters of financial growth with its stock price growing from ~$4/share to over $16/share (Nasdaq).
After a decade of intense professional growth, and with an extensive network of academic, clinical and industrial colleagues, Dr. Mohammed left CMDX in October 2010 to pursue the launch of his own firm, ManaGene Inc. ManaGene is focused on providing best-in-class consulting services to the personalized medicine and genomic diagnostic service sectors. It capitalizes on Dr. Mohammed’s unique breadth and depth of experience to help companies and clinics navigate through the complex ecosystem characteristic of personalized medicine and diagnostics ventures. ManaGeneD counts as its clients, medical clinics, diagnostic companies and research institutes in the US, Canada, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

Dr. Mohammed has served on the Canadian Board of Autistic Research and is a consultant to the world-renowned Toronto Center of Applied Genomics. He has had the honor of being the personal guest of the former Premiere of Ontario, the Honorable Dalton McGuinty, and on several occasions, the guest of the Canadian Consulate of California. He has also sat on several think tank panels, including ones from the FDA and National Institute of Health (NIH) and is a frequent academic lecturer on the role of genomics in medicine.

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Website: www.youtrients.me

MONTHLY QUIZ
Part of improving your health and performance as an entrepreneur requires that you take inventory of your current state of health. To this end, we have prepared a monthly quiz related to the health and performance of entrepreneurs and go-getters. This month, the focus is on the importance of managing your blood sugar...

SEE WHERE YOU STACK UP AND ACCESS THE QUIZ RIGHT HERE.

CALL TO ACTION
Although helpful, genetic testing is not necessary to take steps towards a healthier life. What is one thing you can start doing today to take your health to the next level? Whatever it is, make yourself accountable and inspire others by sharing your commitment in our Entrepology Facebook page.

Jul 11, 2017

Today I sat down with Katrina Bos. Katrina is an author, a cancer survivor, a mother, a mathematician and a teacher of tantra. Tantra, as Katrina will explain, is not about yoga or sex or weird kinky things, it’s about connecting with people and finding a true state of intimacy. Our conversation was so interesting because it wasn’t just about sexuality or connection, it was about how we leverage these things to connect to who we are as women, and who we are as go-getters in this world. This interview is jam-packed with actionable information about finding ways to connect to yourself, truly loving yourself and ultimately being able to improve your ability to connect to the world.

 

Key Takeaways:

[:53] Please join our Facebook community, Legacy, a group of bad-ass women collectively committed to leaving the world better than we found it.

[2:55] Katrina found, or was led to, tantra ten years into her marriage.

[6:27] Through tantra Katrina learned what it really meant to be feminine.

[8:57] When we aren’t in survival mode, we have the time to nurture our intimate relationships.

[10:57] What is tantra, exactly?

[16:56] Where should you seek sexual mentorship? How can you teach your kids the right things about sex?

[22:00] Making love should be intuitive.

[23:24] When her kids were young Katrina decided that she would always be their safe place in the world.

[27:01] If you can’t be safe, and open, and loving, you can’t connect.

[29:19] Tantra is the opposite of porn.

[32:44] What is the first step to becoming tantric?

[38:07] To really make love you have to give up your plan and agenda.

[39:50] The brain can only do so much.

[41:19] Some sex is draining while some is energizing.

[43:56] Follow your intuition in relationships and business.

[47:24] Human beings are not linear systems, they are chaotic systems.

[48:52] Health is ease.

[52:19] Take this month’s quiz about sleep at meghanwalker.com/entrepologyquiz.

[53:38] Katrina does not have a consistent morning routine.

[53:49] Katrina is currently reading about Nikola Tesla.

[54:10] Katrina loves her latte with homemade almond milk.

[54:43] What does Katrina do for fun?

[54:49] Entrepreneurism isn’t for everyone.

[57:46] If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more, please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. We would also appreciate a review.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Legacy Facebook Group

Fusion Tantra

 

Tweetables:

 

“In North America we are so messed up sexually.”

 

“We lose touch with the feminine, and I think that’s why we burn out so easily.”

 

“We actually have the time and the space to be contemplative now.”

 

" Would you ever treat your partner the way you treat yourself?"

 

" Only in the quiet, do we have inspiration."

 

" If you can't be safe, open and loving, you can't connect. Energy doesn't lie."

 

" Intuition isn't just telling you what the next step is. It's telling you the truth about the present moment."

 

" While the world may throw you a thousand ideas at you, there is only one that is your reality."

 

MORE ABOUT KATRINA BOS

 

Katrina Bos has been studying and practicing Tantra for over 10 years… Her greatest AHA moment came when she realized that this was actually our natural ability… That we are designed to be THIS intimate and experience such incredible pleasure!! Her goal is to de-mystify this ancient teaching and share it with everyone!! Because it is truly how we are made… And we all deserve to feel that kind of pleasure, happiness and connection!! Katrina now lives in Toronto, teaches online courses through her school, Fusion Tantra and travels to teach all around the world. Her passion is teaching “grounded spirituality” and understanding and exploring exactly what we as humans are truly capable of.

 

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Website: www.fusiontantra.com

Facebook:  @fusiontantra

 

MONTHLY QUIZ

Part of improving your health and performance as an entrepreneur requires that you take inventory of your current state of health. To this end, we have prepared a monthly quiz related to the health and performance of entrepreneurs and go-getters. This month, the focus is on the importance of sleep…

 

SEE WHERE YOU STACK UP AND ACCESS THE QUIZ RIGHT HERE.

 

CALL TO ACTION

How can you deepen your connections? Taking more time for yourself? Scheduling in time with your loved one? Whatever it is, make yourself accountable and inspire others by sharing your commitment in our Entrepology Facebook page.

 

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