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Two just published studies uncovered that happiness boosts productivity and lifespan. In fact, a happy employee is approximately 12 to 25% more productive. On the other hand, one unhappy employee, making a salary of $65,000 dollars a year can cost a company about $4000 dollars in lost productivity a year. Now imagine a company of 50 or 100 unhappy employees and how much that can hurt.
So how do we make people happy? Sometimes the things we think are going to make us happier, don’t in fact make us any happier.
Brain science is uncovering, the surprising secrets to boosting happiness and productivity in ourselves and those around us. Interestingly, the answer isn’t just money. Instead the solutions are found in how your brain really works and creating healthy environments. Discover the scientifically proven, surprising and actionable ways to boost happiness, productivity and wellness.
There’s a lot of information out there about how our lifestyle affects our health as well as other aspects of our brain’s health. Unfortunately, some of what is being reported is filled with inaccurate information and marketing that has little to no science behind it. And few are talking about what may be the most mind-blowing factor of all: the gut.
In this talk, Dr. Milstein shares the latest breakthrough on how your gut affects your memory, mood, anxiety, depression, weight and aspects of your health we never imagined. The link between your gut and your brain is one of the most revolutionary, surprising areas of science and medicine today. Hear the scoop on the scientifically valid ways you can optimize your gut/brain health, and what is just myth, hype, and marketing.
Dr. Milstein was recently featured on the Dr. Oz show discussing “The Surprising Link Between Your Gut, Your Brain, Your Stress and Your Health and How to Have a Healthy Gut.”
Rob Symon, an event planner in Australia called this presentation, “world class, powerful” and “steeped in practical, quality information.”
Anyone responsible for managing a team at their organization knows how difficult it can be to keep employees motivated and thinking both critically and innovatively throughout the work day.
Dr. Milstein gives this scientifically-based but highly engaging talk to major corporations, medium-sized companies, and small businesses so that they can boost leadership, focus, communication, motivation and decision making.
Nathan Kim, a meeting planner in South Korea, called this presentation “wonderful, engaging” and “a great contribution to our conference’s success.”
Stress has become an epidemic in our country, with more than ¾ of the United States experiencing physical symptoms as a result of stress. It can be a debilitating and even life-threatening condition and yet few people know how to manage it effectively.
Attendees of this talk walk away with lifesaving, take-home tips to gain control over their stress and anxiety.
Countless evaluations have called this talk the best talk they ever attended. (Conference evaluations available on request). At recent conference of over 1000 attendees in Colorado, the meeting planner, Meghann Post called this presentation, “a fantastic kickoff to our conference!”
Millions of Americans struggle with their sleep, whether they don’t sleep long enough or the quality of the sleep is poor. This can not only create fatigue but can lead to illness and a deterioration of one’s brain.
Dr. Milstein presents this talk to doctors around the world as well as to hundreds of companies and groups. Regardless of the science background of the audience, they will walk away with actionable, take- home tips that they can start using that day to help them get the best night’s sleep.
Kyle Armstrong, the meeting planner at McMaster University called this presentation, “incredible, witty and insightful.”
The statistics are staggering. 47 million people have dementia worldwide, and that number is expected to skyrocket to 115 million people by 2050. Recent studies estimate that about a third of dementia is preventable if actionable steps are taken.
But what kind of actions? There is so much more to keeping your brain in tip-top-shape and lowering your risk for dementia than crossword puzzles, brain games and Sudoku. Breakthrough research is uncovering the surprising, key actionable steps to boost your brain and keep it working better, longer.
Hear the scoop on scientifically valid, actionable tips to optimize your brain health and what is just myth, hype and marketing.
Lea Osborne, the meeting planner for the Health Care Association of Michigan called this presentation “a home run” and said she received “rave reviews.”