In a recent interview, I had the pleasure of joining Alex Charfen of CHARFEN and identifier of the Entrepreneurial Personality Type (EPT). In this interview, we discuss the role of vitality in healing, recovery and life at large. Vitality, as I’ve come to define it as “the capacity to create”, is the most valuable and at the same time underappreciated resource most entrepreneurs possess. My aim is to fix that. Check out this fun interview:
Ben Ahrens began his entrepreneurial journey working with athletes and post-rehab patients as a corrective-exercise and performance-enhancement specialist. Suddenly, in 2008 Ben was diagnosed with late-stage Neurological Lyme Disease and suffered crippling symptoms. The doctors and support groups told him he was broken and that his identity as an athlete would be forever lost. Undeterred, Ben took one deep breath and took his health into his own hands. Today he’s healed the “irreversible effects” of his diagnosis, become Executive Vice President of Innovative Medicine, and consults world-class athletes. On this week’s podcast, Ben Ahrens shares how one deep breath can change your health and your life.
Read more at http://theevolutionaries.libsyn.com/podcast/ep25-ben-ahrens-shifted-the-paradigm-of-medicine-and-health-with-one-deep-breath#FyXZtDszD2ouohYs.99
About the Evolutionaries Podcast
Entrepreneurs drive human evolution. Inventors, leaders, philosophers and revolutionaries, they may be the most consistent source of positive change throughout history, and they all share common attributes of the Entrepreneurial Personality Type (EPT). They are The Evolutionaries. Luckily, their success leaves clues, and it also draws a pattern. The Evolutionaries takes successful entrepreneurs through their own seemingly unconnected stories and shows how they all follow a similar path toward creating their greatest contribution.