Happy Hump Day!
Renaldo and Bernadette are talking positivity right off the bat! It is good to be positive at the start of our day! We are excited for today’s show! We have two long-time OLR friends, Faye Elahi and Jaime-Lee Fraser!
After surviving a bombing attack at the age of 22 and before self-help and biohacking became mainstream she discovered the power of vulnerability, positive psychology and the impact it had on human performance. Today, Jaime-Lee is an award winning business growth expert who’s created a suite of multi-million dollar businesses, from start up, to acquisition, mergers and exits. Co-founding & partnering with companies in wealth management, real estate projects to tech start ups, supplement & novel ingredients and human performance organizations – she helps brands and teams connect to the company vision and effectively market meaningful projects into experiences that sell, scale and profit. She has a unique and innate ability to build businesses with a 360 degree view that mitigates risk and expands growth through innovative opportunity and powerful connection of its people to develop brands at scale.
The Benefits Of Being Confident
Confidence is something that is built. Self confidence is about trusting oneself. Bernadette says it is hard to navigate your own confidence when you are around people who are pretentious. Jaime-Lee and Bernadette speculate that overly-confident people might actually lack self confidence deep down. Over-confidence is a turn off when you are trying to size someone up and they are overly confident. A self confident person is someone who is ready to rise up to new challenges! Confidence is also being able to take control of situations, and being able to admit when you are wrong. Confidence and self esteem are different! Self esteem is about our self worth. We can still be confident and work towards something, but have low self esteem and self worth.
Faye Elahi is a non-celiac, gluten-sensitive nutritionist with over 30 years of experience in special needs nutrition. She has helped thousands of individuals with food allergies & Intolerances, Celiac Disease, Attention Deficit Disorder, Hyperactivity Disorder, and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Faye is the author of the popular gluten-free nutrition book, “Ready, Set, Eat!” She has written over 50 articles about the relationships between diet and behavior, sensory integration disorder, gluten, casein, yeast, and toxin-free diets.
The Daily Habits to Protect Against Viral Attacks and Boost Your Immune System
The more stress we let in, the less we sleep and the less our immune system can fight off bacterias and viruses. So number 1, be careful of your sugar intake! Be a good example to your children by making good food choices! Immunity is something we all need to be vigilant about. Faye says we need to have a blood test done to see what we are deficient on! Faye says that we need to know if we are vitamin D deficient, so a blood test is most easy and attainable. 5,000 iu doses of vitamin d, daily, are what Faye and Bernadette recommends. Exercise the minimum 30 minutes a day! Sleep from 6-8 hours at night. Sleep is key for a healthy brain and body, so turn off you screens before bedtime! Also, connect with friends! Connection with other people is key for a happy life. Finally, meditate!
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