30 episodes

HEALTH BEAT is a fun, upbeat and addictive podcast for anyone wanting to learn more about health & wellness – and life hacks, with cutting edge research from world-class experts. Brian Hazelgren, the host of Health Beat, talks about fascinating tidbits about his experience with cutting edge technology and innovations in medicine and health & wellness. Brian interviews some of the top researchers, biochemists, doctors, fitness coaches, meditation experts, entrepreneurs across the world who share tips for taking control and upgrading your biochemistry, body and mind to work in unison.

Health Beat - Your Healthy Habits Zone Brian Hazelgren & C-Suite Radio

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HEALTH BEAT is a fun, upbeat and addictive podcast for anyone wanting to learn more about health & wellness – and life hacks, with cutting edge research from world-class experts. Brian Hazelgren, the host of Health Beat, talks about fascinating tidbits about his experience with cutting edge technology and innovations in medicine and health & wellness. Brian interviews some of the top researchers, biochemists, doctors, fitness coaches, meditation experts, entrepreneurs across the world who share tips for taking control and upgrading your biochemistry, body and mind to work in unison.

    Overcoming Fear + Recognizing Patterns

    Overcoming Fear + Recognizing Patterns

    What does it mean, “overcoming fear?” Also ask yourself what patterns you follow in life. Take a listen as Host Brian Hazelgren talks about overcoming fear of failure and understanding the power of patterns. When you start to form patterns you will start to fail less. Take a look at your life right now and ask yourself, what patters are you following and are they getting you to where you want to be? Your Life should be a statement, use your “failures” as stepping stones to get you to where YOU want to go.
    Let me as well you ask yourself this, what has been your biggest failure so far your life’s adventure. We all can think of failures, so called failures that we have in our lives have had. So what’s the biggest one may want to take a few minutes and write that down. Write down in your journal or wherever you can reflect back on what you learned from this so called failure. And how about if we take this notion one step a little bit further. The notion of the buck stops here. Well, I believe that we need to put aside negative patterns in our thinking, and from this moment forward, we need to accept responsibility for our past. You and I need to start saying to ourselves, I will accept responsibility for my past because Understand that the beginning of wisdom is to accept responsibility for my own problems. And that by accepting responsibility for my past, I’m free, I can free myself to move into a bigger, brighter future of my own choosing. I believe that, we are here today, mentally, physically, spiritually, emotionally, even financially, because of the decisions that we’ve made. We need to own those decisions. And then we need to realize like, President Harry S Truman said that our decisions have always been covered by the way we think. So today is the day that we begin the process of changing where I am, where you are, by changing the way I think and start saying the buck stops here with me.
     
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    • 36 min
    Fixation on the Negative

    Fixation on the Negative

    Do we as a society have a fixation on the negative things? It all around us being feed to us day in and day out, right?
    We as humans usually have a propensity to give a ton of weight or more weight maybe is better way to put that in our own minds, that when things go wrong, that’s where we usually spend most of our thought process versus more when things are going right. Scientists have called that something interesting. They call it the negative bias, that we focus on the negative so much.
    That just one negative event can literally hijack our minds in ways that can be detrimental to our relationships to our own in interpersonal peace, to our health, to our work and even our happiness.
    Change your mindset and FOCUS on the positive. Listen in as Brian talks about how to change your mind and what you can do to focus on positive things.

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    • 27 min
    Innovation In a Pandemic

    Innovation In a Pandemic

    What’s your thought on Innovation? There’s some really smart, clever people in all industries of all ages that are highly motivated. They want to solve these serious problems that we’re facing with COVID-19. And those ideas are going to come from those who have experience. And that’s the 50 plus population. I think it opens up a whole new world for the 50 plus population, to figure out what type of job they want to do going forward. From hospitality to technology to even healthcare and the industry that I’m in. I mean, look what’s even been done with a UV light as a cleansing agent in hotels and resorts and cruise lines and airplanes. Look what people are doing to conduct business just by using webinars to get their message across. We’re doing that every day. We’re using webinars in our business all the time. So, I think that one thing that is overlooked, quite often is that people have resilience. And sometimes it’s that resilience that we don’t even know that we have. And it’s that resilience that will adjust to the new normal. 
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    • 30 min
    Change Your Situation

    Change Your Situation

    In this episode host Brian Hazelgren talks about situations we find ourselves in.  What are some situations are we experiencing right now, Covid19, Riots and how we can change our situation?  Brian also discusses the importance of coming up with some kind of routine to keep us on course.
    “Sometimes you actually have to force some kind of change in your mind and even in your personal situation. I've learned in like, for example, in the corporate world or atmosphere. We have to adapt and change. And sometimes there's crisis mode that we have to go into. Other times we can relax and build for the future. Other times we have to just have a strategic plan and follow the plan, whether it's in your company, whether it's in your community or in your family. Now, I realized that the virus and the riots have caused millions of people and companies to change their situation. In some cases, they were given no choice wasn't their fault. In other cases, they just wanted to  follow what maybe the local government had mandated. But they always come to the conclusion they meaning the leaders always come to the conclusion that the routine has to be established for people to follow. So the long short of this discussion is to really figure out about how we can establish a routine in our daily regimen. Because if we don't have that it can cause us to lose our bearings."
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    • 25 min
    Benefits of Opposition

    Benefits of Opposition

    In this episode host Brian Hazelgren continues a bit about maintaining a positive outlook on life and then dives in with the benefits of opposition.  You will always be faced with some kind of opposition in life, the key is to use it to your advantage. He shares a few stories about how some made it work for them.
    In a small Italian town hundreds of years ago, a small business owner owed a large sum of money to a loan shark.
    The loan shark was a very old unattractive looking fellow.  That just so happened to really take a fancy or like the business owners daughter, he decided to offer the businessman a deal that would completely wipe out the debt that was owed to him. However, the catch was that he would only wipe out the debt if he could marry the businessman's daughter.
    Well, needless to say this proposal was met with complete utter disgust by the daughter. She wanted no part of that, even to help her dad out. So, the loan shark said that he would place two pebbles in a bag one white and one black. The daughter would then have to reach into the bag and pick out a pebble. If it was black, the debt would be wiped out, but the loan shark would then marry her. If it was white, the debt would also be wiped out but the daughter would not have to marry the loan shark. So, standing on a pathway that had thousands of pebbles in the businessman's garden, the loan shark bent over and picked up two pebbles. While he was picking them up, the daughter noticed that he had picked up two black pebbles and placed them into the bag. He then asked the daughter to reach into the bag and pick one…. What happens next? You’ll need to listen to the podcast.  Take a listen to hear the rest of the story.
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    • 22 min
    Inspiring Stories

    Inspiring Stories

    Health Beat, YOUR Health Habit zone for all things Health and wellness. In this episode Host Brian Hazelgren shares some stories that are inspiring and teaches us the importance of not giving up.  Here is one of the stories he shares, 
    The first one is called Shark Bait. Shark Bait is the name of this first story. And it was during a research experiment that our marine biologists placed a shark into a large holding tank, and then release several small bait fish into the tank. As you probably would expect, the shark quickly swam around the tank attacked and ate over the smaller fish. The marine biologist inserted a strong piece of clear fiberglass into the take and it also created two separate partitions in the tank. She then put the shark on one side of the fiberglass the clear fiberglass and a new set of baitfish on the other again the shark quickly attacked only this time the shark slammed into the fiberglass divider and bounced off of it. Undeterred, the shark kept repeating this behavior every few minutes, but to no avail. Meanwhile, the bait fish, they just swim around unharmed in the other side of the partition. And eventually about an hour into the experiment the shark finally gave up, tired of slamming against its nose against the invisible barrier. 
    Now this experiment was repeated several dozen times over the next few weeks. Each time the shark got less and less aggressive and made fewer attempts to attack the bait fish until the shark finally got tired of hitting the fiberglass divider and simply stopped attacking all together. The marine biologist then removed this fiberglass divider after a few weeks, but guess what? The shark did not attack. The shark was trained to believe that a barrier existed between it and the bait fish. So the bait fish swam wherever they wished they were completely free from harm.
    So what's the moral of the story? Many of us after we have experienced setbacks and failures, we give up emotionally and we stop trying.
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    • 25 min

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