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Imagine having the power to breathe in and create happiness oxygen. How would that change your life? Happiness 2.02 is a mental-health show for anyone who wants to access their full human cognition, increase energy, and develop high-performance tools they need to tap into their happiness oxygen and reach their next level.

Hosted by John Tukums, a TEDx speaker, entrepreneur, author, and inquisitive human being who loves understanding root knowledge and adding value at each and every touchpoint. Get your weekly dose of happiness oxygen every Monday from game-changers—like Former CEO of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Dr. Sue Desmond-Hellmann; Nobel Prize Winner Dr. Lou Ignarro; NY Times Best-Selling Author of ‘Breath’, James Nestor; CEO and Chair, Global Wellness Summit, Susie Ellis.

Hear from the people who are reshaping our world and providing hope based on what's possible through their breakthroughs in mindset, biology, and health.
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“I want everyone to know that you are not alone” – Victor Brick.  Victor Brick is the co-founder and CEO of Planet Fitness Growth Partners and the John W. Brick Mental Health Foundation. Driven by his competitive spirit and alongside his wife, Victor has been able to expand his health and fitness empire all across the US. But one of his deepest desires is changing the perception of mental health and the treatments for it. Listen to today’s episode to learn how Victor and his wife are contributing immensely to solve the issues related to treating mental health conditions.  Highlights of today’s episode  His competitive spirit How he started his path in the health and fitness industry    Choosing your attitude!   How influential it been to make his parents proud  Understanding himself from the feng shui perspective  Techniques to hold your breath  His strategies to build his club empire  What inspired his foundation’s work to support mental health  Changing how the world sees and treats mental health  Visit John W. Brick Mental Health Foundation to make a donation and find out more about their work around mental health  Listen to Admiral William McRaven’s speech at the University of Texas commencement ceremony mentioned.   Be sure to follow Victor on Facebook, Twitter, and connect with him on LinkedIn. Learn more about his foundation here.  Connect with John on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
“Understanding who drives decision making in a community, understanding who people believe and then working with them in a respectful way, will be the differentiator for science.” — Dr. Sue Desmond-Hellmann. We are incredibly pleased to announce today’s guest: Dr. Sue Desmond-Hellmann! The former CEO and Senior Advisor to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and current board member of Pfizer. Throughout her 30+ year career, Dr. Sue Desmond-Hellmann has always been dedicated to improving the human condition with her knowledge and determination. Most recently she has made strides in public health, climate change and changing the conversation around science. Today’s conversation focused around:  Some of the biggest influencers in her life Her journey of becoming an oncologist  What circumstances get her to flow states  Her vision of having eyes on the prize  Having a sense of purpose and mission  The importance of having a diverse and strong team that you can rely on  Wanting to change the communication around science to regain credibility  Educating people on public health and climate change  How you can expose your children to science from an early stage  And her admiration for Dr. Anthony Fauci!  After stepping down as the CEO from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation she has been playing several different roles:  Senior Advisor and board member of the Bill & Melinda Gates Medical Research Institute. Working with nonprofit organizations that are looking at the future of science in the US and the communication surrounding it Teaching at UC San Francisco and UC Berkeley  Product development advisor for different organizations   Current board member of Pfizer    *Listener Note: when the episode was recorded, the vaccines for Covid had not been approved by the FDA yet. Be sure to follow Sue on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook and connect with her on LinkedIn. Learn more about her work with Pfizer here.  Connect with John on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. To delve more into health, happiness, breath and well-being, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or wherever you listen. Until next week; take in a deep breath to find your Happiness Oxygen.
“Nitric oxide leads to a healthy lifestyle and prevents cardiovascular diseases.” – Dr. Lou Ignarro, Nobel Prize recipient who discovered the wide range of nitric oxide’s benefits for the human body.  After struggling with language barriers early on in his life due to coming from an immigrant family, Dr. Ignarro was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1998. Since then, his life goal has been to use his key discoveries to help eliminate cardiovascular diseases and make nitric oxide a household phrase.  Today’s conversation highlights:  His unrelenting passion for ‘understanding the why’ The exact moment he realized he wanted to study chemistry and biology  The language challenges he experienced at an early age  His passion, drive and motivation in answering questions that have not been answered before How breathing opens up his creativity  What nitric oxide (NO) is, and why he considers it the miracle molecule   Foods that increase the production of nitric oxide in the body  Which supplements are key to intake on a regular basis  His experience traveling globally to advocate about the things you need to do to maintain your nitric oxide production What he does as part of the scientific advisory board of Herbalife Nutrition  How NO protects us against hypertension, strokes and heart attacks   How his work influenced the marketing of Viagra  And the new research around how inhaling nitric oxide helps the body combat the novel coronavirus    Be sure to follow Dr. Ignarro on Instagram, and Facebook and learn more about his findings and research on his website here.  Connect with John on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
“We need to train the brain to be focused, and one way to do that is by focusing on the breath.” – Patrick McKeown.  Patrick is a breathing practitioner, author of The Oxygen Advantage and The Breathing Cure, and founder of the Buteyko Clinic. After struggling with asthma and difficulty concentrating when he was younger, Patrick changed his breathing to be strictly through the nose — and his life changed completely. Now, he has dedicated his life to teaching others how to breathe for better concentration, sleep, and stress management.  Learn how to change your life by working on your breathing with some of today’s highlights:  How Patrick matched his career to his skillset  How breathing through his nose changed his life  MYTH: the more air you breathe, the better for the body.  How to train the brain to think, but also to STOP thinking!  Reaching flow states through nose breathing, slow breathing, and practice  The importance of sleep Be sure to follow Patrick on Facebook, Instagram, and visit his YouTube channel. Learn more about his company The Oxygen Advantage here, his newest product the MYOTAPE and his most recent book The Oxygen Advantage. Connect with John on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
“It’s never too early or late to tap into finding your purpose.” — Elissa Fisher Harris, partner and Chief Impact Officer of 5th Element Group.  After losing two husbands and living in a house with toxic exposure that impacted her health, Elissa came to center everything she does around the intersection between purpose and wellbeing. In today’s episode, she speaks to us about her projects and how she finds fulfillment with her work at 5th Element Group.  Today’s conversation with the host of A World on Purpose podcast:  Revolving everything she does around purpose, and the intersection between purpose and wellbeing How her tumultuous childhood taught her to be resilient, to bring out her best self  Some of the pivotal moments when she got clarity on her path  The digital learning platform for the first-ever Women’s History Museum  Supporting the Community Healing Gardens project, which distributes fresh fruits and vegetables to underprivileged communities  Some of the ways she offers acts of kindness  Her incredible and fulfilling work at 5th Element Group  Her new podcast: A World on Purpose  Be sure to follow Elissa on Instagram, and LinkedIn and learn more about the 5th Element Group here. Also, don’t miss out on her podcast A World on Purpose, listen to it here! Connect with John on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes, or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
“When I am in my passion, I am co-creating global movements.” – Charlie Hartwell.  Charlie is a passionate investor who wants to elevate humanity and increase awareness through supporting entrepreneurs and companies in the health and wellness industries. If you are an entrepreneur interested in talking with investors, you don’t want to miss today’s conversation with Charlie!  Charlie is a partner at Bridge Builders Collaborative, a group of investors focused on mental wellness, consciousness and spirituality based startups. Some key takeaways from today’s conversation with him: The moment he realized he wanted to make an impact  How to navigate between trying to make an impact and trying to fit in into a family system where you don’t feel supported Nature as a consistent technology throughout his life  His experience in the Dominican Republic with whales What Insight Timer  is, and how Charlie uses it His passion for investing in health and wellness companies to elevate humanity Some of the most recent companies he’s been involved with  And the importance of doing the work to connect to your life purpose  Be sure to connect with Charlie on LinkedIn and through his Medium blog here. Learn more about Bridge Builders Collaborative here and The ShiftIt Institute here.  Connect with John on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you! If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
“I think that attention is our most valuable resource. I think that where we put our attention becomes our life. As a scientist, I've seen how these practices can literally re-architect our brain for greater clarity, greater peace, greater innovation, and greater compassion.” — Dr. Shauna Shapiro, Ph.D. is a best-selling author, clinical psychologist and internationally recognized expert in mindfulness and self-compassion. 17-year old Shauna experienced a spinal fusion surgery that changed her way of living and led her to find mindfulness — through a gift from her dad. In today’s conversation, she speaks to us about:  Why attention is our most valuable resource  How having a spinal fusion surgery le her to find mindfulness Mindfulness as a way of living  The 3 key elements to integrate mindfulness into your life  How we can train to be happy  Her new book: Good Morning, I Love You The misconceptions of meditation and mindfulness!  Be sure to follow Dr. Shauna on Instagram, Linked In and Facebook and visit her website to learn more about meditation and her most recent book, Good Morning, I Love You.  Connect with John on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
“I'm very, very passionate about helping individuals, teams and leaders to be able to bring out even more potential than they could without me.” – Jamie Sale, Olympic Gold medalist and founder of Jamie Sale International. After her career as an Olympic athlete, Jamie wanted to keep impacting other people’s lives, so she dedicated her life to become an incredible motivational life coach. Through her programs, she helps teams, organizations and individuals reach their highest potential. She is also very involved with – and is a huge advocate for – the Special Olympics and people with special needs.  As an Olympic athlete, Jamie has been able to transfer her knowledge to many clients and organizations. Today’s conversations revolve around:  How she is navigating her career in coaching  How her parents’ divorce shaped her  Skating as her escape and safe place  Some of the flow states she experiences while skating  That moment when she decided she wanted to be a champion  Her performance during the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics  Why she wakes up every day with a grateful heart  Her work with the Special Olympics  Be sure to follow Jamie on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook and learn more about her offerings and work on her website here.  Connect with John on LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
In this clip, you’ll hear what John learned from Louis Ignarro, who had a key role in the discovery of nitric oxide. When you breathe in through your nasal passage, nitric oxide is formed, keeping viruses at bay. Nasal breathing will mean the difference between life or death for some people with the novel coronavirus. Nitric oxide opens up airways so you can breathe easier; it opens up arteries so blood gets pumped easier, and in turn you get greater oxygenation of the blood. Press play to learn all about it in this week’s mini-sode!
“If there's a good laugh, then you get tears to come down [from] your eyes. You feel great and it's because of the release of chemicals, such as beta-endorphins. And then it activates other blood chemicals in the cardiovascular system [like]: nitric oxide. And this kind of tag team, if you will, appear to really lead to the beneficial effects on the blood vessels.” – Michael Miller is a best-selling author, professor of cardiovascular medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, and an innovative researcher in heart disease prevention.  Taking care of our cardiovascular health should be, and has always been, a top priority. Some of the highlights of today’s conversation with Dr. Miller are:  How losing his father at a young age impacted his life and career path   What gets him into the ‘zone’   His studies and research on how we process fats (e.g. coconut oil, omega 3 fats)  Some of his earlier findings on how laughter and emotional health impact the heart’s health Our physiological response to laughter  Why it’s better to eat the food than the supplement  Which foods have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities  How to manage undue stress  Tips to maintain good cardiovascular health through nutrition, activity, and emotional health  Be sure to follow Michael on Twitter and LinkedIn and learn more about his work on his website here. To buy his best seller Heal Your Heart, visit here.  Connect with John on LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
John had the opportunity to speak to NY times bestseller James Nestor the day after James found out his book Breath made it to #6 on the NY Times Bestsellers list! While researching for his book, James found out that the human skull has drastically changed over time. The modern skull has a smaller mouth and smaller airways — the reason why so many suffer from sleep apnea, snore at night and have respiratory issues.James did an experiment documented in his book, where he plugged both of his nostrils for 10 days. As he started only breathing through his mouth, his health started declining drastically. Listen to today’s minisode to learn how and why mouth breathing affected James’ health during his experiment, so you can apply these lessons to your daily life...
“As soon as I figured out what human potential was — and the idea that if we can each maximize our human potential, we’re able to make a unique contribution to the world—I wanted to find out, what's the algorithm for that?” – Dr. Orin Davis earned the first doctorate in positive psychology, is the principal consultant of the Quality of Life Laboratory, and is a research scientist focused on experiencing flow, creativity and self-actualization.  Some of the highlights of today’s conversation with Dr. Davis:  What drives Orin at his core  His parents’ influence on him as a kid to become a critical thinker What gets him to flow states  What he does to maintain happiness in his daily life  His research on flow, microflow and creativity  His work related to workplace culture, employee engagement and high performance in the workspace  His advice on knowing yourself!  Be sure to follow Orin on Twitter, Medium and LinkedIn and learn more about his work on his website here. Connect with John on LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
It’s all about how they breathe. With Coronavirus, there has never been a more important time to be conscious of what you’re breathing in. How you breathe is incredibly important, and directly impacts your ability to further oxygenate your blood for better mental clarity, sleep, immunity, and resilience against anxiety. Tune in to learn more about how great leaders stay calm under immense stress.
“What drives me at my core is my pilot light, which is my purpose; and that is to facilitate growth and change and truly - truly - be of service. I think that having a heart that is generous and a spirit that is generous is really the most important thing to me. And remembering that every single day, no matter who I'm speaking with or what I'm saying, I'm basically leaving my legacy with them. I'm leaving a heart print or my own fingerprint on them. And I want that to be a positive one.” – One of the best quotes from this powerful episode with Claude Silver, the first Chief Heart Officer of VaynerMedia and a best-selling author.  Claude joins today’s podcast directly across from the ocean, where she loves to be! She shares with John some incredible stories about her life and how she currently is impacting the workspace and the lives of the people she encounters. Some of the highlights of today’s episode are:  How feeling like the cheerleader and the captain of her sports team has come with her all her life  Battling with being dyslexic and all that came with it  Her love for music  Her relationship with the water Filling out her gratitude journal every night!  Practicing sun salutations to stretch her body and open her heart The anti-racial and diversity and inclusion initiatives she is leading at VaynerMedia The process she is going through with her first book And making people feel like the magnificent creatures they really are!  Be sure to follow Claude on Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn and learn more about her on her website.  Connect with John on LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
“I am incredibly curious about stuff and it’s such a privilege to be able to be curious about stuff for a living. And just the idea that I can wake up every morning and learn new things is really exciting. It keeps me running” – James Nestor is a journalist and an author who has written for The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and many more. Most recently, he released his book called Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art. Just before joining today’s podcast, he found out that the book hit #6 on the New York bestseller list! James grew up in Southern California and developed a deep bond with the ocean that has been with him ever since. In today’s episode, James and John talk about:  How James’s conservative upbringing impacted the decisions he made during his professional and personal path  Starting his professional career in writing in his late 30s and playing catch up  His breakout job with Outside magazine writing about free divers in Greece  His connection and relationship with water  How water has been instrumental for him when wanting to achieve mental clarity Insights on his new book: Breath: The New Science Of A Lost Art His thoughts on being objective and curious about everything, because if something can be measured, it can be studied!  Be sure to follow James Nestor on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn and learn more about him on his website MrJamesNestor.com. Visit James’s Amazon page, if you are interested in buying his most recent book, Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art.  Connect with John on LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
“I feel like I have been called to help empower wellness worldwide, and I have been doing it for 4 decades!” – Susie Ellis, Chair and CEO of the Global Wellness Institute and Global Wellness Summit, and celebrated keynote speaker. Susie is one of the pioneers in the wellness world responsible for growing the industry for several decades. With her passion and perseverance, she has proven her trailblazing methods and changed the perception of the wellness industry across the globe.  We are very fortunate to have spoken with Susie about her career, her initiatives, and projects, and her life. Some of today’s highlights are:  What influenced Susie Ellis to do what she does now Why she is known as the ‘godmother of the spa industry’  Understanding the difference between wellness and spa... wellness and wellbeing  The progress that has been made with the medical field  Getting a call from the Vatican and working with the pope on his new vision for health! This year’s Global Wellness Summit plans Watch it on-demand here Be sure to follow Susie Ellies on LinkedIn and learn more about the Global Wellness Institute and Global Wellness Summit here. You can also contact her at susie@globalwellnesssummit.com Connect with John on LinkedIn and Twitter @JohnTukums. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes (here’s where and here’s how)—or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
“I would love to see what part I can play in helping people be healed and whole such that they could be free to find their form of expression utilizing the gifts that are unique to them.” Tim Chang is a partner at Mayfield Fund and a driving force behind many social impact initiatives.  From early on in life Tim has been a very curious person, this has led him not only to learn more about himself but it has led him to impact others around him by living a life of service. Some of the highlights of today’s episode are:  How living in an immigrant household mold this upbringing  The impact of empowering and helping others!  How caring less about money helped him in his journey  Morning meditation, music, and acting  His power description of what a flow state feels like Be sure to follow Tim Chang on LinkedIn and Twitter. To learn more about the initiatives he mentioned please see below:  North Star #Quaranteam  Reimagine death   Connect with John on LinkedIn and Twitter @JohnTukums. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes (here’s where and here’s how)—or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
“Gratitude for me is the root and the key to happiness. So the simplest exercise is to have gratitude journal and every morning, just write a few lines of the things I'm grateful for. And I will tell you anything that is causing problems pales by comparison to what I could be grateful for.” Jim Estill is the CEO at Danby Appliance and ShipperBee, but most importantly he’s a compassionate human being that loves to help others. One of his biggest and most impactful projects consisted of sponsoring hundreds of Syrian refugees to come to Canada.  Some of the highlights from today’s episode:  His personal and professional path that has led him to where he is now  How he uses breathing to center himself  What led him to start the Syrian Project and how it's going now.  His happiness formula!  How he recharges  How he pivoted after seeing the effects of COVID 19 on people  And knowing what your core values are! Be sure to follow Jim Estill on LinkedIn and learn more about the Syrian Project here.  Connect with John on LinkedIn and Twitter @JohnTukums. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes (here’s where and here’s how)—or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
Jim Olds is a university professor of Neuroscience and Public Policy at George Mason University, has served as head of the Biological Sciences Directorate at the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF), was the director and CEO of the George Mason University’s Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study and has managed billions of dollars across his career.  He joins John on today’s episode to speak about an array of topics including:  How his family background influenced his career path  How he reinvented himself after he was denied tenure at the national institutes of health  The importance of making command decisions!  How getting into flow states allows him to see alternatives to fix problems The perspective that all science is connected  Why COVID-19 is so fascinating and how smoking influences the virus. Be sure to check out Jim’s blog here!   Connect with John on LinkedIn and Twitter @JohnTukums. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes (here’s where and here’s how)—or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
“Integrative medicine is understanding that there are a lot more different elements to health and a lot more solutions to wellness than you would see on the surface, it's not all about pharmaceuticals.” Marvin Singh is a keynote speaker, a triple board-certified medical doctor, a bestselling author, and the founder and CEO of Precisione Clinic. His life purpose revolves around helping people in meaningful ways so that they take control back over their health and not feel lost.  At an early age, Marvin blamed himself and looked down at himself until he reframed his perspective and saw how many possibilities life gives us! Today’s conversation with Dr. Singh was incredibly powerful, here are some key takeaways: How Dr. Singh took control over the adversities he faced earlier in life and turned them into a career to help people Who introduced him to integrative gastroenterology and why he pursued a career in it Using breath work to achieve flow states (plus his powerful description of a flow state!) What integrative medicine is and why it’s so important Be sure to follow Marvin Singh on Instagram, Twitter and learn more about his Precisione Clinic here. Also, don’t miss his podcast: HealthCast. Connect with John on LinkedIn and Twitter @JohnTukums. To delve more into breath and high performance, check out johntukums.com; or better yet, sign up for the newsletter so the best content related to breath and high performance comes straight to you. If this podcast brings you happiness, we’d be so grateful if you shared that with others. We appreciate everyone who takes 60 seconds to leave an honest rating & review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes (here’s where and here’s how)—or wherever you listen. Until next week; keep breathing in your Happiness Oxygen.
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ID20448737

I love this show! The guests all offer genuinely fresh insight. Thank you John & team

Dec 22nd
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Luis Quintero

Love this show. Congrats on the release John

Dec 14th
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