Strategies to Dominate Your Day Before Breakfast
Jeff Sanders joins us today to speak about his 5 AM Miracle, early morning productivity, personal development and healthy habits.
Jeff Sanders is a productivity speaker, creator of the 47 Strategies Productivity Self-Assessment, and author of the best-selling and award-winning book on productivity, The 5 AM Miracle: Dominate Your Day Before Breakfast.
Jeff is also the host of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast, which has ranked #1 in iTunes in the Self-Help and Business categories, been nominated for 4 Podcast Awards, and exceeded 2.5 million downloads.
He is a 10-time marathon runner, personal development junkie, and passionate raw vegan. Every week you can find Jeff writing and speaking at JeffSanders.com.
Jeff has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theater and Psychology from Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri. He has been married to his wife, Tessa for seven years. They live in Nashville, Tennessee with their quirky pug, Benny.
For more morning energy Jeff recommends you wake up early with a plan, drink a large quantity of water right away, and exercise before work.
What I found most interesting about Jeff’s approach is that he experiments first with his own life before teaching others. Jeff tries different health habits and then shares what his results were. Things like waking up at 5am, what morning habits gave him sustained energy throughout the day and what foods and beverages (like Kombucha) have the biggest impact on his health.
Jeff Sanders is a firm believer in standing desks, inversion tables,
Jeff Sanders loves to teach how to have more energy, productivity, install better habits, nutrition, and personal growth all beginning with the 5am Miracle!
Jeff Sanders is a passionate runner, raw vegan and when he is not broadcasting his podcast or teaching other how to increase their productivity you will find him out in nature on the hiking trails.
Powerful Life Skills
Kat Elton is an expert in helping those with chronic pain live full and fulfilling lives, regardless of their physical limitations. Having suffered from Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis Kat learned to cope with the difficult aspects of living with pain, such as uncertainty, disability, and lack of understanding. Kat has been in chronic pain for 46 years and uses it as a learning tool to help her evolve and help others find joy in their life regardless of what type of pain they are experiencing.
She gained so much first-hand experience for developing strategies for not letting pain stop her, and discipline for self-care to decrease her pain, Kat went on to become licenced in the field as an OT and worked one-on-one with clients for 15 years before retiring as an OT to write her books and focus on coaching and speaking.
Kat has earned her BA in Anthropology, MS in Occupational Therapy, She has taken extensive continuing training classes including a week long course in stress management/ stress resiliency at the Herbert Benson Institute Harvard Medical School, ETPS certification, Reiki Level 3, Biofeedback and numerous other O.T. related continuing education classes.
In this interview, Kat talks about chronic pain, the controversy surrounding opioid use/misuse and what people in chronic pain can do to live well with pain. Ashley and Kat also discuss is the core premise of Kat’s second book, True Health The Inside Job, which is that true health is not the absence of disease, but instead reflected in your life.
“I strongly believe that you can be very healthy while living with severe illness, and in my book I talk about the qualities that enhance health, regardless of disease.” Belief, Purpose, Maverick, Self-Care, Pain, Wisdom, Love, Connection, Movement, Effort, Honesty, Resilience, Spirit are the core lessons discussed.
Three Keys You Will Learn In Today’s Podcast:
Be Your Own Best Friend.
Move Your Body Every Day.
Learn and Practice Stress Resiliency.
Kat also offers health consulting services for people with chronic pain/disease:
Kat Elton’s Books:
The Healing Path, A Soul Approach to Illness and Remarkable Recovery
Mark Ian Barasch
He is a journalist, author, and cancer survivor who became interested in spontaneous remission from a terminal disease and wrote two books about this topic, as well as the characteristics people who heal themselves from these illnesses have in common. Amazing Reads!
Man’s Search For Meaning
This one speaks for itself I’d say!
Healing Back Pain: The Mind-Body Connection
John E. Sarno
In this episode Ashley James interviews expert “BioHacker” and health coach Anthony DeClementi. This interview is packed with great health tips, recipes and stories that will motivate you and help you learn what you can do to take your health to the next level.
Anthony DiClementi is an executive health and fitness coach, biohacker, and specialist in functional medicine.
He teaches uncommon strategies to improve energy, cognition, mood, fat-loss, physical performance, and healthspan through a deeper understanding of:
Peak performance psychology
The applied science of longevity
Anthony and his team of world-class experts utilize these unique approaches to help executives, entrepreneurs, high-level athletes, and regular men and women to optimize their physical and genetic potential.
Perhaps most exciting, Anthony’s team has assisted thousands of clients around the world in overcoming chronic and degenerative conditions, where more conventional approaches have failed, including (but not limited to):
Neurodegenerative conditions (I.e. Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, dementia, cognitive decline)
Anxiety, depression, and cognitive disorders
Digestive disorders (Crohn’s, colitis, IBS, leaky guy)
Adrenal fatigue (HPA Axis Dysregulation)
Diabetes, blood sugar, and metabolic disorders
Lyme disease and chronic infections
Neuroinflammation and chronic migraines
Food allergies and sensitivities
Acne, eczema, psoriasis, and skin conditions
Immune dysregulation (autoimmunity)
Impaired methylation and genetic polymorphisms
High cholesterol, blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease
The Biohacker’s Guide to Upgraded Energy and Focus: An Uncommon Guide to Rapidly Optimize Physical and Mental Performance