Consider today’s podcast your invitation to “be unlimited”! What does that mean?!
I was curious too when I met Dr. Mark Atkinson, internationally-renowned integrative medicine physician, at a conference last year. His philosophy struck me as something all moms could use, especially since we are all searching for ways to unlock our full potential (while decreasing stress and enjoying ourselves along the way!).
Dr. Mark Atkinson and the “Be Unlimited” Course
You don’t have to travel to see Dr. Mark … he offers a life-changing online personal development training together with Bulletproof founder and CEO (as well as Healthy Moms Podcast guest) Dave Asprey.
At the heart of Dr. Mark’s “Be Unlimited” course is the idea that if we work with our biology and improve our mind-body connection, we can transform our habits, increase our energy, and unlock our full personal potential.
If you’re like me and struggle to make time for self-care, you might hear some serious truths in this episode. It’s not easy to slow down and take a look within, so I’m grateful for Dr. Mark’s inspiration and practical tips.
In This Episode You’ll Learn
- simple tips to silence the inner critic (in just a few words)
- the one thing that can help improve body acceptance instantly
- how to create family rituals that improve the family dynamic and create meaningful connections
- a simple centering practice that helps increase mindfulness in a few seconds
- how to address the darker parts of ourselves that we try to hide
- childhood boundaries we might need to release
- ways to shift from “what can I get from life” to “what can I give”
- and more!
Resources We Mention
Learn more about Dr. Mark Atkinson and the Be Unlimited Course at BeUnlimitedTraining.com
Read Dr. Mark Atkinson’s book True Happiness: Your Complete Guide to Emotional Health
For More on This Topic, See:
- 111: Biohacking for Moms: Lessons From the Bulletproof Conference
- 90: A Mind Of Your Own: Tackling Mental Illness and Fixing Hormones with Dr. Kelly Brogan
- The Health Benefits of Gratitude
- EFT: How Tapping & Emotional Freedom Technique Work
- Talking to Yourself with Self-Compassion (& Why It’s Healthy)
- Can Your Food Affect Mental Health?
- Tips to Naturally Reduce Stress … Starting Now!
What did you think of Dr. Mark’s tips? Will you try any of them? Please share in the comments or leave me a review on iTunes. I read each and every comment, and my guests often do too and might answer your questions!
Many Thanks to Today’s Podcast Sponsors
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