“If I die tomorrow or in a year, it is the same – it is the message you leave behind you that counts.”
Do you struggle with how to turn bad habits into good habits?
If so, this is the episode for you...
Our guest today is acclaimed neurologist, Daniel Gallucci. Daniel is a trained functional neurologist, osteopath, and brain researcher. His clinical experience ranges from elite athletes, like Olympians, NHL players, and baseball star Alex Rodrigeuz, to those with neurodegenerative disease, and virtually everyone in between.
Daniel is Co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer at Nurosene, a mental health wellness tech company known for its app that offers exercises and a personalized approach to not only sharpen cognitive skills and prevent diseases like Alzheimer’s, but to also support mental health.
In 2009, a personal brain cancer diagnosis further fuelled his obsession with peeking behind the curtain and better understanding how the brain functions in both sickness and health.
Check out the YouTube or podcast version where Daniel Gallucci does the Win the Day Rocket Round, answering questions about his favorite quote, what advice he’d give his 18-year-old self, the one thing on his bucket list, and a whole lot more. 🚀
In this episode, we’re going to talk about:
- The simple research-based method to achieving goals
- Daily activities to optimize your mental health
- How he helps some of the most elite performers on the planet, and
- The cutting-edge work he’s doing to improve mental health and treat diseases like Alzheimer’s.
Before we begin, the right bit of inspiration can completely change the trajectory of someone’s life, so if there’s a friend or loved one who needs to hear this episode or could use some help to Win the Day, share it with them right now.
Let’s WIN THE DAY with Daniel Gallucci!
🎞️ For the video interview, click here.
Resources / links mentioned:
⚡ Nurosene website.
📝 Nurosene on Facebook.
📷 Nurosene on Instagram.
🌎 Nurosene on Twitter.
📙 Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst by Robert M. Sapolsky.
📚 A Cooperative Species: Human Reciprocity and Its Evolution by Samuel Bowles.
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