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    • Embracing Anxiety for Personal Growth and Inner PeaceUnderstanding anxiety's purpose, taking action, addressing insecurities, practicing gratitude, and nurturing empathy can help manage anxiety and find peace.

      Anxiety, although often viewed negatively, is actually a protective mechanism that evolved for our survival. However, in today's world, where there are fewer physical threats, anxiety can be triggered by constant worry and negative information. To change our mindset about anxiety and harness its energy in a positive way, we can take several steps. First, we need to realize that anxiety is normal and understand its purpose. Next, we can use the anxiety as a cue to take action, creating a to-do list or planning for the next day. Additionally, addressing and sharing our shame or insecurities can lead to inner peace. Practicing gratitude and focusing on helping others are powerful tools in overcoming anxiety and finding peace before bed. Finally, nurturing empathy, both for ourselves and others, can be a superpower in managing anxiety.

    • Turning Anxiety into a SuperpowerBy reframing anxiety as a brain activation and adopting specific mindsets, anxiety can be used as motivation to conquer fears and become a source of strength.

      Anxiety, particularly social anxiety, can be turned into a superpower. Wendy Suzuki, a teacher and author, shares her personal experience of overcoming her shyness and using it as a strength in her profession. She understands the struggles of those who have difficulty speaking up or interacting with others. By empathizing with her students and creating a safe space for casual conversations, she helps them overcome their anxieties. Suzuki emphasizes that anxiety affects a large percentage of the population, with long-term effects on both physical and mental health. However, by reframing anxiety as a brain activation and adopting specific mindsets, it is possible to shift its negative impact and use it as motivation to conquer fears. This approach is not meant to replace medical treatment for clinical anxiety but offers tools for everyday anxiety.

    • Embracing Uncertainty and Finding Joy in Daily LifeBy consciously creating more joy in our lives through positive memories and emotions, we can navigate uncertainty and live a more joyful, fulfilling life.

      Uncertainty is a major driver of anxiety in our daily lives. Whether it's uncertainty about money, social situations, or the future, the unknown can loom large and consume our thoughts. But the key is to find ways to embrace and even enjoy uncertainty. One strategy to counteract anxiety is to create more joy in our lives. This can be done through a technique called Joy Conditioning, where we consciously bring up positive memories and associated emotions. Adding an olfactory component, such as a particular smell, can make these memories even more powerful. By flipping our anxiety from bad to good, we can find ways to navigate uncertainty and live more joyfully.

    • Harnessing anxiety for growth and productivity while managing stress.Use anxiety as a source of motivation to address fears, overcome challenges, and achieve a sense of satisfaction, but balance it with self-care and stress reduction practices.

      Anxiety can be used as a source of motivation and action rather than allowing it to consume and drain us. By turning anxiety into actionable items, we can use that energy to address our fears and overcome challenges. This approach not only helps in managing anxiety but also provides a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment as we check off tasks from our to-do list. On the other hand, consistently staying in a state of anxiety without taking any positive action can lead to chronic effects such as illness, heart disease, and long-term stress. It is important to find a balance and utilize anxiety as a catalyst for growth and productivity while also practicing self-care and finding ways to reduce stress.

    • Transforming fears and anxieties into positivity for stronger relationships and increased well-being.By facing our fears and engaging in social interactions, we can build meaningful connections, find joy, and create a support network that benefits both ourselves and others.

      Learning how to take our fears and anxieties and turning them into something positive can be incredibly beneficial. While it may be tempting to avoid social interactions and isolate ourselves, it ultimately leads to more stress and anxiety. We are wired to be social animals, and deep connections with others can bring us joy and motivation. By facing our fears and learning how to navigate difficult social situations, we can cultivate strong relationships and build a protective cocoon of goodwill. Being vulnerable and offering help and support to others not only benefits them, but also creates a sense of protection for ourselves.

    • Conquering Fears for Growth and Stronger Connections.Overcoming fears and being vulnerable can bring personal growth, deeper connections, and a more fulfilling life. Embrace challenges, share your authentic self, and find the right support system.

      Facing your fears and insecurities can lead to personal growth and stronger relationships. Lewis Howes emphasizes the importance of challenging yourself and pushing through anxiety-inducing situations. By creating games or experiments, you can make the process more enjoyable and less daunting. Additionally, it's crucial to share your authentic self with close friends and loved ones. Wendy Suzuki agrees, highlighting the common fear that if people knew our vulnerabilities, they wouldn't accept us. However, she suggests that finding the right configuration of friends and family where you can let your guard down is essential for emotional well-being. Ultimately, embracing your fears and being vulnerable can lead to deeper connections and a more fulfilling life.

    • The Power of Authenticity and Mindful Conversations in Building Stronger Relationships and Reducing AnxietyBeing authentic and having mindful conversations can strengthen connections, decrease anxiety, and improve mental well-being, leading to greater happiness and peace of mind.

      Being authentic and vulnerable in relationships can lead to stronger connections and a decrease in anxiety. Lewis Howes shares that being open and revealing his true self resulted in stronger bonds with friends and family, as well as the formation of new relationships. He found that being authentic allowed others to trust and understand him better, leading to a sense of acceptance and peace. Similarly, Wendy Suzuki's research demonstrates the power of mindful conversations in reducing anxiety. By sharing personal stories and actively listening, individuals experienced a decrease in anxiety levels. This implies that social interactions and genuine connections have a significant impact on our mental well-being. Ultimately, being true to ourselves and fostering meaningful connections can lead to greater happiness and peace of mind.

    • Breaking the Cycle of Emotional Suppression for Men's Mental Well-beingSociety's conditioning has led men to suppress their emotions, causing stress and anxiety. Creating safe spaces and open conversations can break this cycle and promote mental health for all.

      "men often struggle to open up and share their emotions and vulnerabilities with others. Society has conditioned boys and men to believe that showing emotion is a sign of weakness and that they should suppress their feelings. This lack of emotional expression can lead to increased stress, anxiety, and even physical ailments. It's crucial for both boys and men to create spaces where they feel safe and supported to share their innermost thoughts and feelings. By fostering healthier relationships and engaging in open conversations, we can break the cycle of emotional suppression and promote mental well-being. It's important for everyone, regardless of gender, to learn how to communicate and connect on a deeper level."

    • Embracing emotional pain: a path to wisdom and growthAllowing ourselves to fully experience and process emotions, even painful ones, can ultimately lead to strength, resilience, and a new perspective on life.

      Going through deep emotional pain and loss can lead to wisdom and growth. In the midst of experiencing the unexpected deaths of her father and younger brother, Wendy Suzuki found herself confronting profound grief and sadness. She discovered the importance of allowing herself to feel these emotions and not walling herself off from them. By practicing morning tea meditation and engaging in exercise, she found ways to process her pain and gain a new perspective on life. This experience led her to rethink her approach to anxiety and explore how everyday struggles can also lead to wisdom. As difficult as it may be, embracing and navigating our emotions can ultimately bring us strength and resilience.

    • The Brain-Boosting Effects of ExerciseRegular aerobic exercise releases feel-good neurochemicals and growth factors that promote the growth of new brain cells, improving mood and long-term memory function. Consistency is key for maximizing these benefits.

      Physical activity, especially aerobic exercise, has profound positive effects on the brain. Every time you move your body, it releases neurochemicals like dopamine and serotonin, which make you feel good and rewarded. Additionally, growth factors are also released during exercise, leading to the growth of new brain cells in the hippocampus, a critical area for long-term memory function. This means that regular workouts can contribute to a larger hippocampus, which may delay neurodegeneration and improve brain function. Even just two to three aerobic workouts a week can significantly improve mood and brain function in individuals who are not accustomed to regular exercise. However, it's important to maintain consistency, as these benefits can diminish if you stop exercising for an extended period of time.

    • Embracing Resilience and Expressing LoveResilience can be developed through challenging experiences, and it is important to express love even in uncomfortable situations.

      Resilience is a powerful superpower that can be developed through challenging experiences. Wendy Suzuki shares her journey of resilience after experiencing a tragic loss and having to deliver a eulogy for her brother. This experience made her realize the importance of being resilient and overcoming guilt and anxiety. Additionally, she opens up about the lack of affectionate communication within her Japanese American family, particularly the absence of saying "I love you." This led her to gather the courage to ask her parents for permission to express her love for them. These vulnerable conversations teach us the significance of embracing resilience and expressing love, even in situations where it may feel uncomfortable or unfamiliar.

    • The Transformative Power of Expressing Love and VulnerabilityBy overcoming fear and anxiety and actively expressing love, we can strengthen our relationships, build resilience, and experience profound personal growth. Embracing vulnerability allows for deeper connections with others.

      Expressing love and vulnerability can have transformative effects on our relationships and our own resilience. Wendy Suzuki's personal story highlights the power of overcoming fear and anxiety to connect with loved ones, even in difficult circumstances. By actively facing our anxieties and taking courageous actions, such as saying "I love you," we can strengthen our emotional bonds and build resilience. It's natural to feel apprehensive, but reaching out and expressing love can lead to profound growth and a deeper sense of connection. This reminder encourages us to embrace vulnerability, step into our true selves, and cherish the opportunity to make meaningful connections with others.

    • The Power of Love in Overcoming Stress and AnxietyLove is a powerful tool to reduce stress and anxiety, as it activates the parasympathetic nervous system and promotes overall well-being and longevity.

      Love plays a crucial role in overcoming stress, worry, and anxiety. Building positive social connections and bringing more love into our lives can help balance anxiety levels and promote happiness. Research shows that love activates the parasympathetic nervous system, which counters the stress responses caused by the sympathetic nervous system. This means that love can decrease heart rate, respiration, and bring a sense of calm. Deep breathing is a conscious way to stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system and reduce anxiety. Additionally, love has a significant impact on our overall well-being and longevity. Positive social interactions, whether with long-term friends or casual acquaintances, contribute to a longer and happier life.

    • Exploring the Biological Basis of Love and ConnectionUnderstanding the role of hormones in forming and sustaining long-term relationships can guide us in making informed decisions when seeking a lifelong partner.

      Love and connection are deeply rooted in our biology. Research on prairie voles, a species that forms lifelong pair bonds, reveals that specific hormones like oxytocin and vasopressin play a key role in forming these bonds. These hormones flood the brain during mating and activate reward systems, leading to the intense feelings of love. However, over time, the brain's activation pattern shifts to resemble the bond between parents and children. This evolution suggests that sustaining long-term relationships requires a different kind of social connection. Interestingly, this brain signature of love and connection is consistent across cultures. While the neuroscience of relationships is still a new field, understanding the biological factors can help us make informed choices in finding a potential long-term partner.

    • The power of vulnerability and physical connection in relationshipsVulnerability and physical connection can create strong emotional bonds, but it's important to also engage in verbal conversations and consider long-term compatibility and shared values. Additionally, being mindful of anxiety and red flags is crucial in decision-making processes.

      Vulnerability and physical connection can lead to powerful feelings of intimacy and love, but it's important to engage our prefrontal cortex and make conscious decisions. The experiment with 36 questions demonstrated that vulnerability without words can create a strong emotional bond within just 10 minutes. However, while this experience may feel chemically connected, it doesn't necessarily guarantee a long-term compatibility or shared values. Furthermore, engaging in sexual bonding can release love hormones and accelerate feelings of love, but it's crucial to consider whether more physical connection is needed or if getting to know the person on a deeper level through verbal conversations is necessary. Ultimately, we need to be mindful of the influence of anxiety and sexual encounters on our decision-making processes and be cautious not to overlook red flags.

    • Harnessing the Power of Your Brain to Overcome Anxiety and Cultivate Well-beingBeing mindful of small moments of joy, adopting a positive mindset, and nurturing an activist mindset can greatly improve your overall well-being and help you overcome anxiety.

      Preserving your prefrontal cortex and using that part of your brain is an antidote to anxiety. Opening the door to flow, which enhances your performance and frees you in the moment, is crucial. While anxiety shuts flow down, it's important to recognize and appreciate moments of micro flow in your daily life, such as savoring a cup of tea or experiencing small joys. Taking the time to be aware of your surroundings and savoring beautiful moments can greatly improve your overall well-being. Additionally, nurturing an activist mindset can shift your mindset from viewing challenges as obstacles that bring anxiety to seeing them as learning opportunities that build resilience and growth. Developing a positive mindset has the power to transform your brain, physiology, and overall outlook on life.

    • The Power of Purpose: Overcoming Anxiety and StressFinding and embracing a meaningful purpose in life not only provides direction and determination, but also reduces anxiety and stress, leading to a more joyful and resilient existence.

      Finding your purpose and staying committed to it can help decrease anxiety and stress. Wendy Suzuki mentions that having a meaningful purpose in life provides tunnel vision, allowing obstacles to fade away. It gives a sense of direction and determination. Additionally, she emphasizes the importance of being playful with your purpose, embracing the talents and desires that drive you. Suzuki's personal experience of discovering her secret performer alter ego highlights the power of connecting with one's passions. By aligning your actions with your purpose, you can find fulfillment and overcome challenges. Ultimately, having a clear purpose and allowing it to guide your decisions can lead to a more joyous and resilient existence.

    • The Power of Alter Egos and Finding Joy in Physical MovementBy embracing alter egos and engaging in physical movement, we can overcome anxiety, find moments of joy, and create positive environments in our lives.

      We were evolved to move our bodies. Wendy Suzuki discusses her approach to teaching and speaking, which is to engage people and make science fascinating by showing them why it's cool. This led her to explore the concept of alter egos, where individuals can overcome anxiety and fear through adopting a different persona. The conversation touches on Beyonce and her alter ego, Sasha Fierce, and how it helped her navigate the challenges of fame. The discussion also highlights the prevalence of anxiety in today's society and the importance of finding moments of joy and creating positive environments. Ultimately, Suzuki's message emphasizes the significance of physical movement and its role in our evolution.

    • The Power of Movement, Love, and Mental Health AdvocacyIncorporating movement, love, and supporting mental health advocates can lead to improved overall well-being and a happier, longer life.

      Incorporating movement into our lives on a regular basis can have automatic benefits for our overall well-being. Our brain, being the most complex structure, possesses unique powers that we can utilize to improve our lives. Additionally, the importance of social interactions and love cannot be underestimated, as they contribute to both longer and happier lives. Love has the ability to heal, provide growth, and offer peace of mind, acting as an anchor in difficult times. Overcoming anxiety, stress, and worry may seem daunting, but the commitment of individuals like Wendy Suzuki to provide practical and inspiring tools makes improvement feasible. It is crucial to acknowledge and support individuals who dedicate their lives to this mission, as mental health issues continue to rise.

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    Dr. Linda Wilson, one of our awesome qualified Sum Sanos Coaches, is a graduate in health education and a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine for 20 years. She has a deep love for neuroscience and multiple sensory psycho techniques emphasizing on MIND BODY CONNECTION. Together with our Co-Founder Kate Krieg, they discussed how to create lasting habit changes in this latest podcast. 

    As we all know, Kate has a successful weight loss journey embodying the Sum Sanos principles. She will reveal in detail how she was able to manage this for seven years and what she is continually doing to keep it long term. 

    As Kate said, "It's so much easier to be ME now than it was before". 

    If you want to learn how to love yourself better and you want to make changes to your life right now, this podcast is a wonderful guide for you. In this episode, Dr. Wilson and Kate discussed how you can morph yourself into your preferred identity. 






    Neurotechnologies for Enhancing Focus, Speaking Skills, and Wellbeing with Jane Shook

    Neurotechnologies for Enhancing Focus, Speaking Skills, and Wellbeing with Jane Shook

    Do you struggle with focus, anxiety, or communicating effectively? Jane Shook, a trailblazing holistic speech pathologist, reveals how we can unlock their brains' untapped capabilities. Learn how customized sound, music, rhythm - even futuristic brain-tapping devices - can radically improve concentration, reduce social stress, and enhance listening and speaking skills. Hear amazing real-life results, like the 58-year old who gained the ability to follow conversations and TV shows for the first time. Discover easy nervous system “reset” exercises to try anytime. Join us on a fascinating journey to expand your mind, find inner peace, and improve relationships. You won’t believe what’s possible until you hear this expert reveal her holistic, high-tech toolkit for empowering the brain!

    Want to learn more? Visit our website or follow us on Instagram, Facebook Youtube, and LinkedIn.

    How to Gain the Perspective Needed to Reach Your Fitness Goals

    How to Gain the Perspective Needed to Reach Your Fitness Goals

    What if I told you that the bad things that happen to you - the things that get you down, the things that get in the way of you achieving your goals and being the person you want to be - could disappear in an instant?

     

    And that YOU could make them disappear?

     

    Or that you could blink and all of a sudden be where you want to be with your goals...for fitness, health, life, love, even money.

     

    You may be surprised to hear that all of this is absolutely possible. I'll tell you why and how in this episode.

    Get Out Of Your Own Way!

    Get Out Of Your Own Way!

    Phoebe Pierpoint, founder and CEO of Your Life Architect, joins the Positive Polarity Podcast this week as her and Dave talk about what is standing in your way right now. They talk about two different types of people and how changing your mindset is the key to being successful in business and in life. They discuss thriving versus surviving and some self-care strategies to develop new habits and a new way of thinking.

    #6 Mindset + Beliefs: What do they have to do with weight loss?

    #6 Mindset + Beliefs: What do they have to do with weight loss?

    Do you ever wonder why two people - that have the same health goals - can have completely different results? 

    Kate Krieg, Sum Sanos Co-Founder had a fun and lively conversation with Dr. Anna Filak who has 30 years of experience in the wellness industry as a clinical psychologist. She is also one of Sum Sanos’ highly regarded registered coaches. 

    In this podcast: 🎧

    - they will talk about how our mindset, health and weight loss connects to one another. 
    - why mindset is a habitual belief ?
    - how the mindset directs the state of our health and well being? 
    - why our mindset can work for or against us in achieving success in many aspects of our lives including weight loss? 
    - Mindsets like: 
       “I can’t lose weight!”
       “I’m not good at sticking to a routine” 
       “I’ll binge now and start caring tomorrow”
    are powerful deterrents to losing weight and why it causes self-sabotage. 
    - they will teach us how to recognize the negative, unhelpful thoughts and actions that deters us from successfully losing weight
    - what mindsets are important for losing weight?

    And the exciting part! 😉 We can learn a fun exercise to discover a new perspective and how our mindset influences it! 💖

    Remember : 

    Thoughts = Action/Behavior = Identity (A NEW YOU!) ⭐

    What are you waiting for? Grab your headphones 🎧 turn up the speaker, and listen to our newest podcast to learn more about this ❤