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Ted Talk 189: The Resilient Mindset: Strategies for Coping with Stress and Anxiety

Our constant, relentless exposure to the news, social media, and stressful environments, and everything else we’re dealing with in our personal lives has a way of making us feel overwhelmed and helpless. In this new Ted Talk episode, Ted Ryce will reveal why we usually crack under pressure, what we can do to prevent that, and how we can become resilient to cope with all the stress and anxiety in our lives. Listen Now!

553: The Wealth of Health: Exploring the Connection Between Health And True Happiness with Jeffrey Boadi

In today’s episode, Ted has an enlightening conversation with Jeffrey Boadi, the visionary behind Wealth of Health and a man with an amazing story of personal transformation and resilience. They will explore the significance of personal growth, the power of purpose, and the impact of health and fitness on our mental and physical states. Listen now and discover how we can create a life that truly nourishes our mind, body, and soul!

552: The Neuroscience of Success: Key to Achieving Your Goals and Finding Fulfillment In A Stressful World with Dr. Chris Friesen, Ph.D.

In today's fast-paced and high-stress world, many of us find ourselves constantly juggling multiple responsibilities, striving for success, and trying to keep up with the demands of our careers, families, and personal lives. We often struggle to find the motivation to take action in our life and we might find ourselves overwhelmed by the feeling of being trapped in a never-ending cycle of negative thoughts. In today’s episode Ted talks to renowned neuropsychologist Chris Friesen about the effects of stress, the rise of narcissism, ADHD, and most importantly, the key to taking back control of our lives. Listen now!

Ted Talk 187: Taking Control Of Stress Eating: 7 Steps to Break the Cycle of Emotional Eating

If you find yourself reaching for high-calorie foods when feeling down, constantly thinking about food during anxious or sad moments, relying on alcohol as a coping mechanism, celebrating or consoling yourself with excessive meals and drinks, then chances are you're eating due to emotional triggers rather than physical hunger. In today’s Ted Talk episode, Ted will share the seven steps he uses with his clients who struggle with stress eating or emotional eating. Listen now!
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