EP 138 | The Me Factor with Dr. Ganz Ferrance



About this Episode

Back by popular demand, Dr. Ganz Ferrance shares an inventory process from his new book, The Me Factor that will help you spot the signs of burnout before things go too far. He’ll also share his insights on the vicious cycle you can find yourself in by investing too much time in social media.

In this episode we learn:

  • spot the signs of burnout
  • feed yourself well (spiritually, emotionally and physically) and heal
  • ask yourself regularly, “is this working for me?”
  • don’t set a boundary you cannot keep
  • how to spot the liar within

Design Intervention

Self-assessment, throughout the day, to determine how your feeling can help you spot the signs of burnout before they get too far along.

Take Aways

The Me Factor: Your Systematic Guide to Getting What the Hell You Want

About Dr. Ganz Ferrance

Registered Psychologist, Dr. Ganz Ferrance, is a Speaker, Author, and Coach. Since the early ‘90’s Dr. Ganz has been helping individuals, couples, families, and corporations beat BURNOUT reduce their levels of stress, improve their relationships, and enjoy more success.

Known for working with the toughest of the tough including hardened oil and gas workers, stressed out law enforcement officers, as well as battle tested CEOs and entrepreneurs, Dr. Ganz is truly a master at showing people in high stress occupations no-nonsense, practical strategies to stay focused, make healthy decisions under pressure and boost communication skills to reduce conflict during difficult situations.


Recommended Learning:

PODCAST: EP 002 | Handling Difficult Clients Like a 90’s Action Hero with Dr. Ganz Ferrance

COURSE: Dealing with Difficult Clients

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