Michael Russer is a national speaker on intimacy and sex, with an unique point of view. As a prostate cancer survivor his treatment has left him impotent in the traditional sense; but that has not impacted his ability to enjoy strong intimacy with his partner. In this candid talk, we chat with Michael and his partner Jacky, and we discuss what it means to upgrade our sexual operating system, enjoy deep intimacy, and explore new parts of our beings, beyond sex.
Sean Lucan is a practicing family physician in the Bronx, NY, and a former Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar.As an Associate Professor, Department of Family and Social Medicine Montefiore Medical Center | Albert Einstein College of Medicine, his research focuses on how different aspects of urban food environments may influence what people eat, and what the implications are for obesity and chronic diseases, particularly in low-income and minority communities.
His recent work has focused on measuring, modeling, and mapping under-studied aspects of urban food environments. Another focus of his work is critically examining various beliefs in the field of Nutrition.
The world will try to label you. "Ex-Con" is one of the toughest labels in our society to shake. Mike Pisciotta spent 10 years incarcerated for a crime he admits, but didn't remember.
While in prison, he was saved by faith, and kept positive by becoming a student. "They took 10 years of my time, but they couldn't take my life." He learned to read and write several languages, and studied personal development and marketing. He met his wife Robin, and together they began to support each other in growth and entrepreneurship.
We all have our own "prisions" of our own making. Today's episode is about using those walls to our advantage, creating motivation to break free.
Although the journey towards your goals is riddled with obstacles, barriers, and roadblocks. I'll show you how to use those obstacles to your advantage, while: Building a growth mindset, developing habits to identify moments of adversity, understand the journey is more important than the outcome.
Nick shows us how to focus on what we can control, remove the noise. How to lean into discomfort, embrace vulnerability to tighten team chemistry and improve productivity. Learn more about Nick and his coaching at nickdinardo.com