A weekly podcast with interviews and insights to help you enjoy optimal health. Founders of a successful medical practice, Drs. Mark and Michele Sherwood bring clear, scientifically-informed ways for you to live a richer life: physically, emotionally, intellectually, spiritually, and financially. They help people from around the world find the hope and health they were created to enjoy, with simple, actionable insights to help you see results.
Believe Conceive Achieve ft. Butch and Julieann Hartman
Ever notice how your eyesight tends to change over time? What was once clear and sharp can get a little cloudy or fuzzy a few years later.
Our lives can be like that as well. When we are young, we might have a clear and definite picture of what we want to do, and what our purpose in life is. Pretty soon, enough expected (and unexpected) changes occur that we are left not knowing what our purpose is. Like a kaleidoscope, the picture tilts and shifts until we can’t recognize the result anymore.
Most people let their ideas die. Don’t be those people! Instead, let someone draw out of you what God has put in you.
You need to be able to move forward with what you have. Jesus didn’t multiply the loaves and fish until he HAD some loaves and fish!
Are you a YES-a-holic? ft. Mimika Cooney
Anyone who loves gardening probably has some choice words about crabgrass. It looks like it’s just in one spot and then reaches across a sidewalk, wraps around a tree and then jumps under your fence to terrorize your neighbors.
What makes it so difficult? The fact that the roots are interconnected, and not necessarily where you think they are.
Just like that crabgrass, our roots are sometimes deeply embedded in the past, and that can - and will - affect our present life more than we realize.
Bad roots will produce bad fruit in our lives, because certain emotions that we feel from the past unfortunately do not have an expiration date! Discover how to pull up the bad roots in this episode with Mimika Cooney.
Breaking the Cycle of Fear ft. Clay Clark
Trust is defined as the “firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something.” Be careful who or what you put your trust in.
We put our trust in basic things of everyday life: our car to get us to work, our friends to shoot straight with us, and our family to love us. It’s time-consuming to check every source, and besides that, it can turn us bitter and cynical.
Better to be positive-minded and trusting, right? Well, mostly right.
The truth is that we forget that other people and organizations might have their own agenda, and we can be filled with misinformation and not even know it. After all, there are only so many hours in the day, and we can’t investigate everything we hear.
That's why Clay Clark joins us in this episode, to arm you with the resources you need to fight against misinformation.
The Mind and Body Connection ft. Lofa Tatupu
It’s not often that you hear a former professional football player say that he is in much better shape NOW than he was in the NFL. That is exactly what Lofa Tatupu, formerly playing for the Seattle Seahawks, IS saying.
In six seasons, he had 10 surgeries and over 15 documented concussions. Playing football is a little rough on the body.
When his father died, it was discovered later that he had both early-onset Parkinson’s, and CTE - (which is essentially chronic head trauma.) His father had also played for many years in the NFL, and that’s when Lofa started to worry about himself more. And for good reason. Whenever he would come out of a concussion, there was short-term memory loss, attention problems, lack of focus and general cognitive deficits. He also had inflammation, sleep apnea, vision issues and a host of other complaints. And this was all in his late 20’s.
When you have a dream and you work for it and live it for years and years and it’s suddenly gone, your heart gets ripped out. It affects everything you are or can be. It causes you to sink into a “funk” or depression. How do you get out of that? Find out in this episode.
Notes to a Younger Me ft. Gary Hensel
If we truly understood that words create, we would choose our words more carefully, to “create” a brighter future for ourselves. We would also surround ourselves with people in our lives who would speak positively and keep us expecting the best.
We can raise our positive energy with the books we read, the shows we watch, etc. And likewise, anytime we have an opportunity to know what our weaknesses are – physically, emotionally or spiritually – we have an opportunity to correct them.
In this episode, Gary Hensel will help you peel back the layers and find out who you really are.
Rewire Your Brain ft. Ron Kardashian
Why is it when we think about change, it’s always with someone else in mind? Wives want their husbands to change and husbands hope their wives WON’T change! We want our children to do better in school, be homecoming queen or captain of the football team.
We have a certain idea or opinion in mind about every person in our lives, but we are the only ones we can change.
Of course, each of us also have blind spots that we are unable to see by ourselves. That’s where - having or building - trusted counsel comes into your life. Friends as well as professionals who will be honest with you and speak into your life.
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