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[Weekly] The Better Mindset Show

The better mindset show

The way we think has an impact on everything in our lives. Our thoughts matter, which is why it makes sense to examine and improve your thoughts. 

And that's the goal of The Better Mindset Show

Every week we will explore topics as varied as Positive and Humanistic Psychology, Spirituality, Neuroscience, Behavioral Science, different philosophies including Stoicism & Epicureanism, etc. Pretty much anything that can have a positive impact on our psyche (and our lives), we will explore. 

What's more, you benefit from all that in just a few minutes a week! 

Subscribe to the podcast to get started.

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