Episode #3: Cultivating The Mindset For Healing & Personal Success

In this episode, I am joined by fellow health and wellness pro, Carol Egan, and together, we explore the following:

  • What exactly “mindset” is and the impact it has on recovery from anything as well as personal success

  • The characteristics of a growth mindset versus a fixed one

  • All factors that need to be addressed when it comes to restoring health and where mindset ranks in the hierarchy

  • The biggest mindset hurdles that people face when dealing with chronic health challenges and the resulting life stress

  • The most important guiding principles for cultivating a healing mindset along with practical strategies for implementing these principles into your life

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Carol is a Cornell University-trained Executive Health Coach and Founder of Immersion Health, a company that specializes in corporate leadership and wellness training.

As a member of Forbes Coaches Council, Carol has created and led wellness programs and workshops for C-Suite executives at Travelers Insurance, Keller-Williams, ESPN, JP Morgan, Dana Farber, GE Capital, and other Fortune 500 brands. Through her programs, Carol has helped hundreds of executives transform their minds and bodies with simple and sustainable strategies for healthy living.

The clients that come Carol’s way are no longer satisfied with the status quo of low-energy, foggy thinking, and dull performance. Instead, they want to create healthy habits that result in increased energy, mental clarity, and emotional balance -- of which she guides them through a step-by-step process to achieve.

Carol is a regular contributor to publications such as The Huffington Post and Forbes Magazine where she writes about nutrition, wellness, and strategies for peak performance. Carol has spent more than 25 years studying with leading authorities around the world on the benefits of clean eating, inner balance and living with purpose.

You can connect with Carol at https://carol-egan.com/

The background music used in this podcast is an original piece created by Mark Orton at https://markortonmusic.com/