The body and brain are an interconnected partnership. Optimal resilience relies on and understanding of how this partnership works and what we can do to improve it.
To improve our body and brain’s clarity and function, we first have to measure a baseline. Seeing the doctor regularly, writing down what we eat, our activities and what gives us anxiety are the first step in making small, yet effective adjustments that we can track over time. As we begin to improve, we will know exactly what lead to these positive changes and how to build on them moving forward.
The Power of Habit: November 1, 2012
Tom Hafey on Achieving Vitality: November 1, 2012
The Island Where People Forget to Die: October 24, 2012
Alzheimer’s Prevention: October 22, 2012
Building New Habits: October 15, 2012
Eating Our Way to Dementia: October 15, 2012
Brain Hierarchy: October 15, 2012
Your Moment of Zen: October 10, 2012
Weight Loss Goals: October 9, 2012
How Our Bodies and Brains Age: October 9, 2012
Decisional Balance Sheet: October 9, 2012
Know it! October 5, 2012
Mental Toughness Matrix: September 29, 2012
Setting Personal Goals: September 27,2012
Ancient Bodies in a Modern World: September 25, 2012
Value/Satisfaction Audit: September 24, 2012
Building Resilience: September 24, 2012
This Document is a Master’s Project which has been prepared at the request of and in connection with the University of San Francisco Sport Management Program. Neither this Master’s Project nor any of the information contained therein may be reproduced or disclosed to any person under any circumstances without the express written permission of Mae Schultz.