11: Staying Optimized and Productive During a Time of Coronavirus

Welcome to episode 11 of Optimal Health For Busy Entrepreneurs.

Times are unique and interesting these days and with that comes a lot of uncertainty. The spread of coronavirus has disjointed a lot of our lives. I’m seeing a lot of negativity and ‘doom-and-gloom’ speak.

But, it doesn’t have to be this way. Throughout history, difficult circumstances and challenges have arisen and humans have evolved from them.

The same can happen here. In this episode, I shared 8 pillars:

  1. Reality check
  2. Breathe work
  3. Environment
  4. Workflow
  5. Nutrition
  6. Exercise
  7. Sleep
  8. Connection

While this time may be initially uncomfortable, there is opportunities to come out of this with momentum in all facets of your life.

I’m excited to share this impromptu episode and quickly deliver actionable habits for each of the 8 pillars shared.

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In today’s episode, you’ll learn:

  • The dangers of traveling to the future without being mindful
  • Lessons from history that can teach you about what’s going on today
  • 8 pillars to staying optimized and productive during a time of coronavirus (and how to immediately put them into action)
  • Why entrepreneurs and leaders are especially needed during this time

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10: What The Symphony Orchestra Can Teach You About Longevity and Health Optimization

Welcome to episode 10 of Optimal Health For Busy Entrepreneurs and the very first ‘Freestyle Friday.’

Freestyle Friday is shorter episodes that can be any and everything brought up as it relates to your health and human performance.

Music is a big part of my life. As an only child, music is essentially the sibling I never had. Ever since witnessing my first symphony, I’ve been hooked on them since.

When it comes to creating more energy and maximizing your longevity and human performance, there are lessons around every corner you look at.

For instance, on a recent visit to the symphony, I jotted down five takeaways that could be applied to your health and life.

I’m excited to share this episode because I’m fairly this is the first health and fitness podcast that has ever brought classical music to your earbuds.


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In today’s episode, you’ll learn:

  • The parallels between classical music and human performance
  • The 5 lessons of longevity and human performance (and how to apply each one to your life)

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9: Optimize Your Sleep by Leveraging Sound with Dan Gartenberg

Welcome to episode 9 of Optimal Health For Busy Entrepreneurs.

I reached out to today’s guest, Dr. Daniel Gartenberg after I stumbled upon his app Sonic Sleep and read a few articles of his. His app Sonic Sleep is now compatible with all the best wearables.

I’m excited to share this conversation around sleep because Daniel has conducted research and developed technology based on the science of sound, light, temperature, and relaxation to help you sleep better.

Dan, aka Dr. Snooze, is the co-founder and CEO of Sonic Sleep and also an adjunct assistant professor at Penn State University. With a background in cognitive psychology and expertise in sleep, A.I., and preventive health, he has spent most of his career focused on improving sleep health.


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In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Wearables and measuring sleep
  • Why “sleep need” includes both quantity and quality
  • How sleep changes as you chronologically age
  • Leveraging sound to improve your sleep
  • And much more

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