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Brad Stulberg researches, writes, and coaches on health, well-being, and sustainable excellence. He is the bestselling author of The Practice of Groundedness and co-author of "Peak Performance." Stulberg regularly contributes to the New York Times, and his work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and the Atlantic, among many other publications. He is on faculty at the University of Michigan’s graduate School of Public Health. In his coaching practice, he works with executives, entrepreneurs, physicians, and athletes.
Today on the show we discuss: What have we gotten wrong about the idea of “change”, What are the 4 P’s after a big change, the definition “rugged flexibility” and why it’s necessary to get through change, the difference between real fatigue and fake fatigue, the most important things you must to do overcome a negative change in your life, what behavioral activation means and why it’s crucial for getting out of despair and more.
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