This podcast with Kris Sampson of www.TheVailDiet.com and author of “Leave Cancer in the Dust” covers healthy tops from food to exercise as well as what she does as an entrepreneur.
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Kris would like October to be breast cancer prevention month.
Kris is a certified Holistic Health Coach, author of “Leave Cancer in the Dust” The book covers 55 tips to improve your diet. Tips including mental, physical and nutrition thoughts. Including recipes and types of vitamins. The podcast covers some of the topics plus thoughts on vitamins and how she has transitioned her professional life from being a CPA to a Holistic Health Coach. She also covers the group program she offers to other survivors of cancer as well as tips for people who have friends with cancer.
Ever heard of the dirty dozen? They are the fruits and vegetables with the most pesticides. Buy these organic if you can and clean all your veggies to be safe. Check out www.ewg.org for health produce and products.
Did you know when you boil a sweet potato it is healthier than when you bake it? The glycemic index is lower when you boil it. If you want to get the most from your onion and garlic cut it and let it sit for 10 minutes before you cook it! Many more thoughts and tips in this podcast.
I have been an idea machine in that I look at anything and wonder how it could be different and or better. Claudia and James Altucher suggest coming up with 10 or more ideas a day around a theme. They also suggest giving your ideas away to people and business for free which ends up helping you in the future. It can surely help with networking when people know you are an idea machine with helpful ideas. Remember many of your ideas are bad and that is ok it is all about practice of working your brain out. Michael Jordan’s first shot was probably bad, maybe his first 9 or 90 even.
I cover how I used Idea Sex or Idea cross pollination to get a patent by combining two technologies from two totally different hobbies of mine. Golf and autocross car racing.
Ways to become an idea machine:
Think how you would change or improve processes or things you interact with each day. (I talk about an idea to use a sponge in a chicken water to provide water for bees while keeping them from drowning)
List 10 or more ideas each day on a certain topic. Claudia and James suggest this and examples include 10 people you would like to have lunch with, ten ways to modify toilets. They cite that their lives and lives of others are different after doing this practice for 6 months along with doing other healthy habits. Check out their books “How to Become an Idea Machine”, And their “Choose Yourself” series of books available on the kindle app via Amazon.com for .99 cents.
Ask yourself daily how could I help, who could I help and what is the first step to do so.