113: Dr. Thomas Seager: Cold Exposure: The Key to Optimal Resiliency


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This radical conversation with Dr. Thomas Seager spans a wide range of topics including self-realization, Covid, being deplatformed, doula Penny Simkin, and of course - cold exposure. Drs. Stan and Seager talk about the benefits of purposely triggering one’s fight or flight response in order to heal and the issues that come with living a life of comfort in today’s world. You are sure to get more and more out of this episode each time you listen!

Thomas P. Seager, PhD is an Associate Professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering & the Built Environment at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ. His teaching and research is focused on a new approach to personal development called Self-Actual Engineering, which is about redesigning ourselves, our relationships, and our lives to realize more of our fullest potential. He has authored over 150 scientific articles, but you can read more about his work on human resilience, personal psychology, and entrepreneurship at his personal blog Self-Actual Engineering.

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