In Touch Interviews with Authors, Eric Lanshur & Nate Kelemp Phd.
Written by Courtney Overfield on June 13, 2016
In Touch Interviews. Welcomes guests and authors, Eric Langshur and Nate Kelemp, PhD. Discussing Start Here, a groundbreaking book that is a science-based program for emotional fitness. Their methods are based on the LIFE XT training system. Listen and learn to become emotionally fit!
“If given the choice, we would all choose to be less stressed, to feel happier, and to experience a more optimal state of wellbeing. So why are these outcomes so hard to achieve? The answer is quite simple. No one has taught us how. It turns out that just as you train your body for fitness, you can train your mind for wellbeing. We call this Life Cross Training (LIFE XT), and Start Here – The New York Times best seller – is the manual for anyone seeking to achieve emotional fitness.”
Eric Langshur has been committed to health and wellbeing innovation for over fifteen years and today is an author, sought-after public speaker, entrepreneur and investor. Eric has dedicated his career to modeling a values-based leadership that leans on caring for people by investing in developing their potential. He cultivates an industry-wide move toward organizations that nurture individuals while unleashing the power of innovation though Abundant Venture Partners, a purpose-based firm focused on investing in and building companies in healthcare and media. Eric is available to speak about Start Here, as well as topics such as Transforming Organizations by Helping Employees Be Less Stressed and Have More Positive Energy, The Power of Habit, and How to Live in Harmony and Be Happier. Eric holds an MBA from Columbia University. He and his wife Sharon, live in Chicago with their three children.
Nate Klemp, PhD, co-founder, is a writer, philosopher, and entrepreneur. Prior to LIFE XT, Nate worked as an assistant professor of political science and philosophy at Pepperdine University. Nate holds a B.A. and M.A. in philosophy from Stanford University, and a PhD in political philosophy from Princeton University.
Airtime 1-2 p.m.