3 Surprising Ways Your Mother Still Controls How You Eat, Part 1: The Emotional Eater

With the holidays coming up, I’ve been reflecting on why I have developed healthy eating habits, such as avoiding refined sugar and fried foods, which were a […]

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Dance Beats Fitness Training for Memory and Balance

I was just in Gold Coast, Australia for a family wedding. Needless to say, there was a lot of dancing. I’ve been somewhat dance-deprived for […]

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Wellness at Work

At Alchemus Prime we focus on fostering authentic leadership as a way to create optimal solutions for the earth’s most pressing challenges, including climate change […]

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Work + Love = Play

I’ve written previously about manifesting a career, what success means, and how important it is to foster our true selves to be happy in our work. This […]

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Workplace Benefits of Mindfulness

Ever feel like your mind is wandering? Well, you’re not alone. I learned mindfulness techniques a couple of years ago and apply them in my […]

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Reinventing Academia

I’m a lifelong learner and student, and have spent about 24 years in school. My stint at Stanford consisted of seven years. The first two years I […]

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Plant-Based Diet Improves Productivity

Peer-reviewed research indicates that plant-based diets improve mood, reduce anxiety, and ameliorate fatigue. And, contrary to the common belief that low-carb diets are important for […]

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Cultivating Charismatic Leadership

Stanford scientist Dr. Emma Seppälä’s book, The Happiness Track, finally arrived and I’m excited to report that it contains science-based arguments for happiness as the […]

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Vegans: Bringing Sexy Back

I guess Justin Timberlake didn’t know what would happen after he set the stage some years ago with his hit single Sexy Back. More recently, JT brought veganism into vogue with […]

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Climate Scientists Have Feelings Too

Ozy’s Meghan Walsh has written an engaging article on how climate scientists cope with the stress of their work. She consulted Terry Root, my former […]

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