Beating Brain Stress

Not as sharp as you used to be? How is your career going? Are you engaged with life or just surviving?

Excess stress kills brain cells! Stress impairs your ability to concentrate. When we are stressed out we are like gerbils on a wheel - using up tons of energy and going nowhere. Learn fun, simple and practical solutions to deal with brain overload before it is too late! 

Discover:

  • Basic brain survival techniques to move ahead with your life, not just fade out

  • How to eat super foods that boost your mitochondria and supply you with energy

  • How to reduce technology induced exhaustion

  • How to keep excess cortisol out of your brain so that your prefrontal cortex and hippocampus do not shrink

  • The root cause of stress is complexity and the antidote is simplicity

In today's world, your ability to perform is exceeded by the demands that you must meet. Chronic stress over decades is a major cause of age related memory loss, mental decline, senility and brain diseases. It promotes inflammation destroying your neurons. Your future depends on what you do in the present.

No brain, no gain!

This workshop has the goal of super charging your own brain health, your family's health and the success of your business.

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Comments:

“Gary Anaka was a powerful presenter and able to keep the majority’s attention (minimal number of people moving around or on their phones).”

“I have attended other presentations by Gary and he is always engaging and a pleasure to listen to.”

“Was a very enlightening session explaining what is going on with the human brain under attack with The Alzheimer problem and what to do to prevent it. Good for all employees and families.”

“Awesome speaker and was perfect for setting the tone for the conference.”

“The energy of the speaker was amazing! It helped to make the presentation stick in my mind. I found his information very interesting and will be using it in my daily life!”

“This was my favourite session. Gary’s a great speaker.”

“A very energetic opening for the conference.”

“I loved that he was so animated. It made a difference in listening to him. He was very engaging.”

“I thought this session was great. I can incorporate what I learned into my daily activities.”

“This was the second time sitting and enjoying Gary. It’s nice to see how he gets the groups involved.”

“One of the best speakers I've ever seen. I was engaged the entire time.”