Episode #34 Sing And Dance
When the going gets tough, the tough start dancing? Join Dr. Michael Brown and Casey Greenawalt as they discuss the serious benefits of not taking life too seriously.
If there is ever a time when we need to have a little more fun, we need to smile a little wider, we need to laugh and just let go – it’s during this challenging and difficult time.Dr. Michael Brown
- We often respond to the stress in our lives with unhealthy coping mechanisms.
- As we grow older, spontaneity requires more intentionality.
- If our lives lack fun, we have chosen for them to be that way.
- Life can be serious, but it shouldn’t be taken too seriously.
- Spontaneous silliness can quickly deflate stress.
- We are never too old to enjoy the activities we most loved as children.
- Ask yourself in moments of stress, “How can I inject silliness into this situation?”
- On occasion, announce to your household, “It’s time for a dance party!”
- Incorporate an element of playfulness into every Zoom meeting.
In This Episode
Have More Fun
Laughter, goofiness, and enjoyable activities should not be restricted to just childhood. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Russell Catania remind us of the importance of intentionality in the recreational dimension of life.
Create Special Memories
What if every single day of our lives was intentional, surprising, and memorable? This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Dr. Tyler Schwanz discuss the art and science of crafting powerful moments that leave a lasting impression.
Train Your Emotions
Two of the greatest barriers to our success and well-being are depression and lack of motivation. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and family physician Dr. Justin Brown introduce a mental health treatment through a life coaching lens.