If you dread parties, can’t face job interviews, or won’t start scary conversations with your partner, this is the episode for you.
Dr Wendy Suzuki is a neuroscientist and an international expert on anxiety and the brain. Her new book, Good Anxiety, unpacks the science of everyday anxiety in a way that helps us manage it.
In this episode, Andrew and Wendy discuss:
⚡️What “good anxiety” is, and how to channel it in the right direction.
⚡️How anxiety can lead to productivity and creativity.
⚡️Meditation, tea-drinking, and the jujitsu move that turns anxiety around.
Dr. Wendy Suzuki is a Professor of Neural Science and Psychology in the Center for Neural Science at New York University and a celebrated international authority on neuroplasticity. She was recently named one of the 10 women changing the way we see the world by Good Housekeeping. Her TED talk has more than 31 million views on Facebook, and her first book Healthy Brain Happy Life was recently made into a PBS special.
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Read Dr Wendy Suzuki’s book Good Anxiety: Harnessing the Power of the Most Misunderstood Emotion
Visit Dr Wendy Suzuki’s website
Read Andrew’s blog on how keeping a journal can improve your life: Top Twelve Benefits of Journaling
If anxiety is a topic of interest for you, you may also enjoy Andrew’s conversation with Richard Paterson: No More Overthinking