By now, everyone is pretty familiar with feeling the drain from work, sometimes referred to as burn out
Every industry experiences this, feeling drained by work day in and day out – regardless of how many vacations you take or how much you try to make up lost sleep. Burn out is an experience many people can have, it can take a toll on your mental, physical and social health. When you’re experiencing this, daily tasks are more difficult to finish and that can feed into the drain.
Dr. Amy Brenner talks with by Dr. Mary Rensel, founder of Brain Fresh, a brain based time management system for busy professional women. Dr. Rensel dives into simple, straight forward practices people can introduce into their daily work life to encourage more peace and joy.
Learn how to tap into your neuro powers and remind yourself of the ‘why.’
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Dr. Mary REnsel
Mary Rensel, MD is the founder of Brain Fresh, a brain based time management system for busy professional women for enhanced joy and peace. She is co-founder of Brain Ops Group, a group focused on optimizing brain performance to achieve better business outcomes. She is an Assistant Professor of Neurology at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine and Director of Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis and Wellness of the Mellen Center of the Cleveland Clinic. She has graduated from the Medical College of Ohio and completed her Neuroimmunology fellowship training at the Cleveland Clinic. She is boarded in Neurology and Integrative Medicine and is a fellow of the American Academy of Neurology. Dr. Rensel’s work has focused on Adult and Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis, Brain Health and Integrative Medicine. Her work in academic medicine often intersects with wellness, advocacy, innovation, entrepreneurship and strategic initiatives. She is the “Best Doctor” of Cleveland since 2010 per the Cleveland Magazine. She is the Past President of the Women’s Professional Staff Association of the Cleveland Clinic. She is active as an Advanced Peer Coach, mentor, scientific reviewer, clinical researcher, activity director, book editor, entrepreneur and national speaker. She has appeared on numerous media outlets including Good Morning America.