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    #468 5 Powerful Ways to Transform Your Summer with Dr Rangan Chatterjee

    enJuly 06, 2024

    Podcast Summary

    • Summer morning routineWaking up earlier and taking a morning walk in natural light can improve sleep, mood, insulin sensitivity, and focus, and offers a daily practice of solitude

      Making small changes to your morning routine during the summer months can have a significant positive impact on your health and happiness. Dr. Rangan Chatterjee suggests waking up earlier than usual and getting outside for a morning walk in natural light. This simple practice sets your body's circadian rhythm, providing numerous health benefits such as improved sleep, mood, insulin sensitivity, and focus. Additionally, the walk offers a daily practice of solitude, allowing time for reflection and self-evaluation. By embracing the summer season and intentionally changing up your morning routine, you can enhance your overall wellbeing.

    • Seasonal ChangesSmall changes during different seasons can enhance overall well-being by improving sleep, increasing energy, and promoting mental presence, while disconnecting from external influences can lead to a more balanced and fulfilling life.

      Making small changes during different seasons can significantly improve your overall well-being. The woman's experience of committing to a morning walk during autumn, despite initial resistance, led to better sleep, increased energy, and improved presence with her children. Similarly, taking a break from social media during the summer months can help us disconnect, be more present with our thoughts, and reduce the influence of external content on our emotions and behaviors. Embracing the unique rhythms of each season can lead to a more balanced and fulfilling life.

    • Behavior modificationMaking behaviors harder or easier can impact their frequency. Deleting apps can decrease usage, while doing workouts outside can increase likelihood and offer health benefits.

      Making certain behaviors harder to do can help reduce the frequency of those behaviors, while making them easier can increase the likelihood of doing them. For instance, deleting social media apps from your phone makes it harder to access, leading to a decrease in usage. Additionally, doing all your movement and exercise outdoors not only makes things feel different during seasonal changes but also offers numerous health benefits. These small changes can lead to significant improvements in mental and physical well-being. So, try deleting social media apps and doing your workouts outside for a few weeks to experience the potential benefits.

    • Summer activities, pace of lifeEmbrace the outdoors for physical activity, adopt a slower pace of life, engage in outdoor activities like biking and swimming, have meals outdoors, longer meal times, and slow Sundays to make the most of summer and enhance overall well-being.

      Making the most of the summer season involves embracing the outdoors for physical activity and adopting a slower pace of life. Instead of confining workouts to the gym, try to engage in outdoor activities like biking on trails or swimming in open water. Embrace the slower pace of summer by having meals outdoors, longer meal times, and slow Sundays. These small changes can help make the most of the season and enhance overall well-being. Additionally, consider the concept of "summer houses" and aim for more attainable and achievable goals during this time of year.

    • Swedish summer traditionDisconnecting from modern conveniences during summer allows for greater appreciation of them when returning to city life, and setting achievable challenges can help us reconnect with nature.

      The Swedes practice disconnecting from modern conveniences during the summer months to reconnect with nature and embrace simplicity. This tradition allows them to appreciate modern comforts more when they return to their city lives. To apply this concept to our own lives, consider taking a break from technology and comforts, perhaps through camping or other minimalist experiences. Additionally, use the increased motivation of summer to set and work towards achievable challenges. These practices can help us remember our connection to nature and find a greater appreciation for our daily conveniences.

    • Mini ChallengesSetting small challenges can lead to progress and personal growth, even if not fully achieved, and improve motivation, energy, and overall well-being.

      Setting mini challenges for yourself can lead to significant progress and personal growth, even if you don't ultimately reach the goal. These challenges can be related to physical activity, such as swimming lengths or skipping rope, or to new experiences, like camping or gardening. The important thing is to start small, build up gradually, and learn from the experience, regardless of the outcome. Mini challenges provide a sense of urgency and focus, helping to improve motivation, energy, and overall well-being. Whether you're on vacation or stuck at home, there's always an opportunity to set a mini challenge and reap the rewards.

    • Expanding comfort zonesReading fiction during summer can stimulate different parts of ourselves and lead to valuable learning and growth. Try adopting new habits, like reading, and challenge yourself to read outside of your comfort zone.

      Expanding our comfort zones, whether through trying new experiences or changing up our habits, can lead to valuable learning and growth. The speaker shared that they challenge themselves to read fiction during the summer instead of their usual nonfiction, as a way to stimulate a different part of themselves. The speaker encouraged listeners to consider adopting new habits, such as reading, and to change up their reading choices for the summer. They also suggested six of their own books as potential additions to one's reading list. Overall, the message is to embrace new experiences and challenges, even if they're outside of our comfort zones, as opportunities for growth and learning.

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    #471 8 Hidden Habits To Live Your Healthiest, Happiest and Most Fulfilled Life with Robin Sharma

    #471  8 Hidden Habits To Live Your Healthiest, Happiest and Most Fulfilled Life with Robin Sharma

    Is it time to redefine what it means to live a rich life? In a world where we're constantly bombarded with images of material success, it's easy to fall into the trap of comparing ourselves to others and believing that more money means more happiness. But what if there's more to wealth than just money?

     

    What if the richest people aren't those with the most money but those with the most meaningful lives?

    This week, I'm thrilled to welcome Robin Sharma to my Feel Better Live More podcast. Robin is a globally respected humanitarian who has devoted over a quarter of a century to helping humans realise their native gifts. One of the top leadership and personal mastery experts in the world, he advises companies such as NASA, Nike, Microsoft, Starbucks, Yale University and the Young Presidents’ Organization. 

    He’s the author of several international bestsellers, including The 5AM Club and The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari. In his latest book, The Wealth Money Can’t Buy: The 8 Hidden Habits to Live Your Richest Life, Robin aims to change our perception to include not just financial success but seven other essential forms of wealth, too.

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    Robin is perhaps best known for his thriving 5AM Club community and in this episode, he shares insights on the power of intentional morning routines, including his ​​five-question morning maximiser, and the value of continuous learning. We delve into practical strategies for implementing these principles in various life situations, even for those of us who have busy schedules or family responsibilities.

    We also touch on the importance of nature, disconnecting from technology, and finding moments to savour in our daily lives. We explore the value of service, small acts of kindness, and how we can all live our lives to the fullest.

    Robin’s perspective on what it truly means to live a rich life is a powerful reminder for us all and his approach offers a much-needed alternative to the endless pursuit of material success, showing us how to create a life that's ‘wealthy’ in all the ways that matter most. I hope you enjoy listening.

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    #470 BITESIZE | How To Control Your Blood Sugar, Cut Cravings and Get Your Energy Back | Jessie Inchauspé

    #470 BITESIZE | How To Control Your Blood Sugar, Cut Cravings and Get Your Energy Back  | Jessie Inchauspé

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    #469 How To Optimise Your Brain Health, Improve Your Memory & Unlock Your Full Potential with Jim Kwik

    #469 How To Optimise Your Brain Health, Improve Your Memory & Unlock Your Full Potential with Jim Kwik

    After suffering a traumatic brain injury as a child, this week’s returning podcast guest was labelled "the boy with the broken brain" by teachers and peers, shaping his beliefs about his own capabilities and potential.


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    Jim is also the author of the bestselling book Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, And Unlock Your Exceptional Life and his first appearance on my podcast 12 months ago now, is one of the most downloaded episodes in this podcasts’ history.

     

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    • the importance of continuous learning,
    • how small changes can lead to big improvements in brain function,
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    • the role of our environment in shaping our productivity,
    • the importance of managing our energy and emotional states,
    • the power of choice in personal growth, and we discuss many practical techniques for better time management and focus.

     

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    #468 5 Powerful Ways to Transform Your Summer with Dr Rangan Chatterjee

    #468 5 Powerful Ways to Transform Your Summer with Dr Rangan Chatterjee

    The summer months have a different flavour and feel to the other months of the year; there's something different about our energy, motivation and willpower. And, if we can harness those differences, we have a golden opportunity to make meaningful changes that can have a transformative impact on our health, happiness and relationships and teach us things about ourselves that we previously did not know.

     

    In this BONUS SOLO episode, I share five powerful ideas for you to consider introducing into your life over the summer months, including:

     

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    • Why you should do your workouts in natural light
    • Why it’s the perfect time of year for a digital detox
    • How to embrace the slowness of the season
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    • How to nourish a different part of your brain

     

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    #467 BITESIZE | 3 Ways We Self-Sabotage and How to Stop | Dr Ramani Durvasula

    #467 BITESIZE | 3 Ways We Self-Sabotage and How to Stop | Dr Ramani Durvasula

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    #466 Break Free from Burnout: How to Accomplish More by Doing Less with Cal Newport

    #466 Break Free from Burnout: How to Accomplish More by Doing Less with Cal Newport

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    #465 BITESIZE | Creativity, Authenticity & How to Live A Meaningful Life | Rick Rubin

    #465 BITESIZE | Creativity, Authenticity & How to Live A Meaningful Life | Rick Rubin

    Today’s guest has worked with a huge variety of different artists and is named on Time magazine’s list of the ‘100 most influential people in the world’.  But I think one of the reasons he’s reached an almost mythical status across the world is because of his Zen-like manner and his artistic approach to life.

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    #464 How To Use Food To Improve Your Mood, Overcome Anxiety and Protect Your Memory with Dr Georgia Ede

    #464 How To Use Food To Improve Your Mood, Overcome Anxiety and Protect Your Memory with Dr Georgia Ede

    Over one billion people worldwide have some type of mental health diagnosis - a statistic that suggests the current approach to treating these conditions may not be enough. For those struggling, perhaps despite their medication, it can feel easy to lose hope of feeling well again. 

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    We talk about the relationship between blood glucose and brain glucose. Georgia outlines the whole foods that Georgia believes can be problematic, especially if we are having problems with our mood or have a mental health diagnosis. We also discuss why Georgia believes that the Mediterranean diet - whilst better than the Standard Western Diet is not optimal, and we cover Georgia’s clinical research about the potential benefits of ketogenic diets in treating mental health.

     

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    Throughout the conversation, I have tried my best to provide clarity and make sure that you clearly understand why Georgia is recommending the changes that she is. But, as you are listening, please do remember, that there is no one dietary approach that is going to work for everyone, at every stage in their life.

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    #463 BITESIZE | How to Stop Feeling Overwhelmed | Oliver Burkeman

    #463 BITESIZE | How to Stop Feeling Overwhelmed | Oliver Burkeman

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    #462 The Hidden Health Crisis: How It Affects All Of Us And What We Can Do About It with US Surgeon General Dr Vivek Murthy

    #462 The Hidden Health Crisis: How It Affects All Of Us And What We Can Do About It with US Surgeon General Dr Vivek Murthy

    Have you ever felt lonely, even when surrounded by people? Do you struggle to forge meaningful connections in today's fast-paced, technology-driven world? If so, you're not alone. Loneliness is on the rise in many countries around the world and more people than ever before are feeling alone and isolated.

    In today’s episode of my Feel Better Live More podcast, I'm joined for the second time by Vice Admiral Vivek H. Murthy - the 21st Surgeon General of the United States. He received his bachelor’s degree from Harvard, his medical degree from the Yale School of Medicine, and his Masters in Business Administration from the Yale School of Management. In his role, Dr Murthy helps to advance the health and wellbeing of all Americans and has worked to address several critical public health issues.

    In our conversation, we discuss the growing epidemic of loneliness and its impact on our health. Vivek shares profound insights on the far-reaching consequences of loneliness, which extend beyond mental health to include physical health problems, including an increased risk of stroke, dementia, heart disease, and premature death.

     

    We delve into the root causes of the loneliness epidemic, exploring how fundamental shifts in technology and culture have altered the way we connect with others. Vivek emphasises the importance of taking social risks, building communication skills, taking regular social media breaks, the life changing benefits of volunteering, and he talks about the idea that simply dedicating just 10-15 minutes per day, to work out our social muscle will very quickly start to deepen our connections with the world around us.

    This thought-provoking conversation is for anyone looking to foster authentic connections in an increasingly disconnected world and deepen the relationships that matter most.

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