54 minutes | Sep 4, 2021

S2:E27. The One Where Peace Meets the River

Tara Youngblood's devotion to the science of sleep has led her on many unexpected paths.  As a physicist she knows all too well the benefits of a good night's rest on the brain and body.  Faced with a family tragedy, she recognizes those heavy boulders she's been carrying make us who we are and who we ultimately aspire to be. #GiveSpace Highlights: • "I wouldn't change the timeline" • "Sleep existed before brains existed" • "Sleep first, think second" Follow Tara: www.chilisleep.com (30% Cube: https://bit.ly/3DLs56d  20% Ooler: https://bit.ly/3zKR0UZ                     www.sleep.me I believe life speaks to us in different ways.  Many of us listen, but don't know how or where to begin. As someone who has crossed the bridge between life and death, I say simply begin where you are now and get busy living. About Me: I've been seeking answers to some of life's most perplexing questions my entire life.  In 2014 I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Cancer, and ever since, I realized my calling existed outside of what I knew to be familiar.  As a Board Certified Wellness Coach and Syndicated Columnist, my job is to ask the deep questions of those trying to make sense of their place in this fractured world.  I created this podcast as a home for survivors like myself, and those who are searching to find meaning in the "why?" and build resilience in their mindset. For 1-on-1 private coaching from Savio: www.thehumanresolve.com Join my Weekly Newsletter where I probe into the secrets from living smarter to feeding your "three brains" - head, heart, and gut. newsletter.thehumanresolve.com Peruse my syndicated column: www.thehumanresolve.com/column Receive Daily Prompts to move you in the right direction synced directly to your smartphone: www.thehumanresolve.com/prompts Subscribe to my YouTube vlog: www.thehumanresolve.com/vlog Follow me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/thehumanresolve
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