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Turn Off Your Job and Turn on Your Life

From the Show: Mindful Medicine
Summary: Dr. Bryan E. Robinson discusses how to take control of your life and achieve a #CHILL work/life balance.
Air Date: 2/5/19
Duration: 14:40
Host: Holly Lucille, RN, ND
Guest Bio: Bryan E. Robinson, Author
Bryan RobinsonBryan E. Robinson is the author of 35 nonfiction books and two novels. He is a leading expert on workaholism.

His books have been translated into thirteen languages, and he's been featured on 20/20, Good Morning America, ABC's World News Tonight, NBC Nightly News, NBC Universal, The CBS Early Show, and CNBC's The Big Idea.

Robinson maintains a private psychotherapy practice and lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains with his spouse and four dogs.
  • Book Title: Daily Writing Resilience
  • Guest Facebook Account: www.facebook.com/RobinsonBryanE
  • Guest Twitter Account: @BRTherapist
Turn Off Your Job and Turn on Your Life
So often in our hyper-connected society, we become so immersed in work that we struggle to come up for air.

We’re no longer driven individuals but rather people being drawn by outside factors, and we lose control over our lives. Dr. Bryan E. Robinson, a licensed psychotherapist and Professor Emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, equates this lifestyle to driving a car with no gas and no brakes. 

He shares advice for finding a balance between home and work in order to live life on your own terms. By taking time each day to stop, check in with yourself and meditate, you’ll actually become happier and more productive than if you rush through the day with your foot on the gas.

Listen as Dr. Robinson joins Dr. Holly Lucille to discuss the difference between being driven and being drawn when it comes to work/life balance.
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