Welcome to Embracing Change with your host Feisal Alibhai (CEO and Founder of Qineticare). This podcast aims to support you and your loved ones through unprecedented times, as we embrace change like never before. Join Feisal each week, as he sits down with renowned experts in the field of family businesses, leadership, mental and emotional wellbeing, health, relationships and communication, to have candid and real discussions about the latest insights and disruption in our personal, family and business lives. New episodes every Monday and Wednesday.
Is Alzheimer's Optional?
In this episode, Feisal and Dr. Dale Bredesen explore Alzheimer’s as a common and untreatable illness, how Dr. Bredesen’s research suggests a new model that has led to the first successful clinical trial. When combining the results and early detection and symptom recognition, it is now possible to make Alzheimer’s optional.
About Dr. Dale Bredesen: Dr. Bredesen graduated from Caltech and received his MD from Duke. He served as Resident and Chief Resident in Neurology at UCSF, then was postdoctoral fellow with Nobel laureate Prof. Stanley Prusiner. He was the Founding President of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging.The Bredesen Laboratory studied basic mechanisms underlying the neurodegenerative process, and the translation into effective therapeutics for Alzheimer’s disease, leading to the publication of over 220 research papers. He established the Alzheimer’s Drug Development Network with Dr. Varghese John, leading to the identification of new classes of therapeutics for Alzheimer’s disease.
His work led to the discovery of subtypes of Alzheimer’s disease, followed by the first description of reversal of symptoms in patients with MCI and Alzheimer’s disease, with a precision medicine protocol, and a recent successful proof-of-concept trial. Dr. Bredesen is the author of two New York Times best sellers. He is currently a professor at UCLA.
How to Lead with Impact While Working Remotely
In this episode, Grahame shared how to lead with impact while keeping teams engaged, productive and connected.
About Grahame Gerstenberg: Grahame is the Co-Head of family dynamics at Qineticare. He helps families and business leaders to better understand themselves and their environment. Grahame empowers families to accelerate towards a richer, more fulfilling career and life.
Using Your Time Together to Communicate About Family Wealth
In this episode, Philip and his son Luca shares about issues facing families when dealing with family wealth and succession.
About Philip Marcovici: Philip is retired from the practice of law and consults with governments, financial institutions and global families in relation to tax, wealth management and other matters. Philip is the author of “The Destructive Power of Family Wealth: A Guide to Succession Planning, Asset Protection, Taxation and Wealth Management”.
Exploring our Contextual Reality and the Voice with Which We Speak to Ourselves
In this episode, Sukaiyna shared how to connect with the human touch approach in different ways.
About Sukaiyna Gokal: Sukaiyna Gokal is the Imagineer at Qineticare and Founder of Garden of Ayden. Sukaiyna has developed a school of thought that allows us to detach from our story and reframe it in a higher frequency of values and belief. She works with adults, children and families to ensure collective harmony.
How to Get in Sync with Your Energy, Heart, Breath and Mind?
In this episode, Feisal and Chris explore how sensors of the heart can help us become more resilient, how to maintain diaphragmatic breathing as way of being, and how to build a cognitive mental capacity.
About Chris Christiansson: Chris is an expert in human health training, behavioural physiology and breathing therapy (Capnotrainer). Harvard educated, he has conducted workshops training for 5,000+ corporate executives and managers to develop sustainable heathy performance, improve stress resilience, avoid fatigue, burnout, and workplace mental health issues. Subsequently he developed the E-zone methodology with tools and a biofeedback technology for user to learn to stay in the healthy performance zone.
Chris has a profound understanding of how mental health (or some form as maladaptive behavioral health patterns) has become over the last 30 years an epidemic problem in the industrial world where performance, pressure and speed are part of most people’s lives, driving them from doing more with less and in a race to a never-ending finish line.
Living in All Possibility
In this episode, Anisa and Feisal addressed why we are not connected to the field of all possibilities and how it can be achieved.
About Anisa Abdoolcarim: Anisa is the Intuitive Healer at Qineticare. She is driven by the conviction that each of us has the potential for greatness and unlimited abilities. Her style is based on openness, compassion and easy-to-practice techniques. Anisa has helped people rewire their brains by identifying the underlying causes of issues related to health, relationships, finances, life direction, past traumas and more.