Our very own Lawrence Mitchell was featured in Women's Health magazine this week! There, he gives 5 very useful tips on how to avoid that awful afternoon slump that seems to hit you like a ton of bricks around 2-3pm. You know the one? Where you can barely keep your eyes open, despite having a To Do list as long as the Amazon river! (years ago, I've been known to have a quick snooze at my computer whilst supposedly checking data... sssssh!) Anyway, that was a long time ago, and thankfully, having implemented many of the tips in this feature, I thankfully don't suffer from that any more! Check it out here.
THE RAW ENERGY SHOW EPISODE 9 - "Getting Things Done" Transcript: Hey, how are you today? I hope all is well in your world. I'm Lawrence Mitchell, I'm CEO of Raw Energy and today is another beautiful day here in Sydney as you can see and I'm heading back after a few days off. Last week was a pretty intense week for me, we had a huge presentation for one of the big grocery retailers on Wednesday and it dominated the first part of the week, took up a huge amount of energy in terms of prep and then the second half of the week was pretty much spent recovering and replenishing that energy. There are three big lessons that I got that I wanted to share with you. The first big lesson was start before you're ready. We were just not ready for this big
3 WAYS TO EAT MORE PLANTS Transcript: Hey, how are you today? I hope all is well in your world. I'm Lawrence Mitchell, I'm CEO of Raw Energy, and today I want to answer a question I get asked a lot, and that's how do you add more plants to your diet? Many of the people I see as a health coach know that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is going to be good for health, and yet knowing and doing are two different things, and particularly if you're trying to feed a family. So what can you do? And here are three things that could really help. Certainly helped me and helped my family, helps a lot of the people that I work with. The first thing you can do is include a smoothie into your daily diet. Now, smoothies have got
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