MALCOLM GLADWELL INTERVIEWED BY CATHERINE CARCEAU
This Single Interview Has The Power To Change Your Life
"Negative messages from the media and your family can overwhelm your positive intentions"
EXCLUSIVE AUDIO INTERVIEW: DAY 33
Catherine Garceau embarked on a healing journey after her victory as an Olympic athlete, where she won a medal in synchronized swimming. Right afterwards, she developed health challenges, including a sugar addiction, an eating disorder, and depression.
She found that those challenges were far more difficult than winning a medal. She ended her swimming career and focused on making herself healthy again. She is the author of the book Swimming Out of Water. Today she helps people discover their wholeness, physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually, by tuning in to their deepest inner guidance.
DURING THIS INTERVIEW WITH CATHERINE GARCEAU YOU WILL LEARN:
How to notice your body's messages to rest
How do you know the voice is your intuition and not the committee of critics in your head?
What I did when trapped on a rock ledge high above a cliff for 24 hours
What's much more difficult than winning an Olympic medal
MUCH more in this 45 minute interview with Catherine Garceau.
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Dawson Church, PhD
Your Host: Dawson Church, PhD
Dawson Church, PhD. host of the Peak Performance Symposium, is the author of the best-selling book The Genie in Your Genes, which shows how your thoughts and feelings affect your body down to the level of which genes are turned on and off (Best Health Book, USA Booknews). He collaborates with many of the best-known luminaries in health and wealth creation, such as those featured here. He has been fascinated by the possibilities of expanding human potential since he was a child. As CEO of Energy Psychology Group, he coaches organizations and teams to push past their boundaries. He is also the executive director of the National Institute for Integrative Healthcare and has published dozens of papers in peer-reviewed medical and psychology journals.
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