Episode 2: Recovery by way of Altruism

Recovery by way of Altruism

Looking for a way to boost recovery time? Its possible recovery is just one selfless deed away and your road to healing has to do with a concept called altruism. Altruism is the principle or moral practice of concern for happiness for others that results in a high quality of life both material and spiritual. It’s the core value that your attention in life is one of service to others, the community, the neighbor, anyone but yourself.

Altruism could be thought of as the opposite of selfishness and while it seems like the obvious choice or at least a good goal to shoot for…it can be the last thing that enters your mind when you feel like a walking zombie or chronically ill. This key concept turned out to be the shift I was needing in my healing journey and it has made all the difference going forward.

Enjoy,

Freddiesetgo

Highlights of this conversation:

UnFu!K Yourself: suggested reading

Never Dine Alone: suggested reading

Connect with me:

Check out my website – https://freddiesetgo.com/

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/freddiesetgo/

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Sing For Your Seniors – http://singforyourseniors.org

Amp Coil – https://www.ampcoil.com

 

About me:

I’m Freddie Kimmel, a Functional Health Coach, Reiki Healer, Certified Personal Trainer, Gut Health Specialist, and proud cancer survivor. I help men and women eliminate brain fog, bloat and belly fat through gut health.

 

I’ve been featured in The Wall Street Journal, the Full Plate Podcast, An Excellent Example of Being Human, State of the Arts on LA talk radio and Dance Magazine. I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts from SUNY Brockport, attended SUNY Fredonia, and graduated from the Institute of Functional Health Coaching.

 

I can be found in NYC living each day to its fullest and focused on creating more value then what I capture. Please stand back from the awesomeness that’s about to unfold.

Credits:

Podcast edited and mixed by Andrew Geary – https://twitter.com/spelledgeary