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TOPIC INTERVIEW: Impossible Possible with Sue Stevenson [Video]

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TOPIC INTERVIEW: Impossible Possible with Sue Stevenson

In this podcast, Sue shares her personal journey into neuroscience and her book: “Impossible to Possible: Neurostrategies for Healing, Humor, and a Reimagined Life.”

Sue’s career as a female leader in a high-stress corporate environment led to a challenging health diagnosis. Despite the common correlation between stress and resilience, Sue demonstrated remarkable coping skills in overcoming adversity. “Impossible to Possible” chronicles her journey towards a healthier, happier, and less stressful lifestyle.

Dr. Evian Gordon MD, PhD, Founder, Chairman, and Chief Medical Officer of Total Brain, praises Sue’s resilience and the transformative lessons in her book. Greg Godek, author of “1001 Ways to be Romantic,” acknowledges Sue’s determination and inspiring story.

Linda Cruse, an international humanitarian and leadership expert, commends Sue’s courage, resilience, and leadership in helping others.

About the book:

“Impossible to Possible: Neurostrategies for Healing, Humor, and a Reimagined Life” is Sue’s true story of turning a life-threatening situation into a journey of self-discovery, self-care, humor, and a reimagined life that restored her health, both physically and mentally.

The book is divided into four parts:

“My Corporate Brain”: Describes life in the corporate world and its toll on health and well-being.
“Free at Last – Almost”: Chronicles bravery, life changes, and facing adversity.
“From Impossible to Possible”: Details Sue’s exploration of brain and body-based strategies for self-healing.
“Thriving”: Reveals the surprising conclusion of Sue’s health journey and what comes next.
Filled with hope, humor, and encouragement, Sue’s book aims to inspire readers on their own paths to wellness.

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