The Ripple Effect (with Dr. Greg Wells)

When you think about what it takes to be creative every day, you probably think about the technical aspects of your work, keeping yourself inspired, and other important factors like focus. However, you might not consider how what you eat, how you sleep, and how you exercise affects your ability to think well and be brilliant when it matters most. On today’s show, Dr. Greg Wells shares some highly practical advice about how to better care for yourself so you can think clearly and deliver results under pressure. Dr. Wells is the author of the new book The Ripple Effect.

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The intro music for the AC podcast is by Joshua Seurkamp. End remix is by DJ Z-Trip. All other music in this episode is from the Wanderlust project.

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