Episode: Stress Isn't Real

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Stress Isn't Real
In this episode, I interview the world class psychologist, Dr. Robert Maurer. He is a published author, scholar and expert in the field of neurobehavior. In our hour together, we talk about: - Stress, as we know it, does not exist in the brain. - How to manage and master the anxiety you feel. - Your internal narrator and how that voice is holding you back. - And we dive into practical steps toward improving your life and mastering fear. Here is a link to Robert's Book: http://bit.ly/masteringfear Here is a link to Robert's Website: http://www.scienceofexcellence.com/ Listen to this episode if: You are ever stressed out You have ever been afraid You want to learn how to master your fear and stress Share this episode with anyone who: Deals with stress Struggles with fear Has a big life transition they are facing Needs to learn how to master fear and stress

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