Transform Your brain from foggy to fit.

A community & resource dedicated to helping you lift your brain fog for good.

Dedicated to helping 500 brains transform from foggy to fit.

Inside of the group, you’ll learn 4 pillars: assess, remove, repair, and restore so that we can build a thriving brain. You’ll learn how your brain works and how to turn it on (maybe for the first time ever).

Our brains aren't doing so hot...

We go to the gym for our bodies, but never lift weights or do yoga for our brain.

Sitting on your shoulders is the most complicated object in the known universe (Michio Kaku), we should start treating it that way.

There are more foggy brains than ever (known and unknown).

In other words, more brains are running at about 10-30% capacity and doing everything they can to keep up with today’s ever-changing world.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

That’s why we see more depression, anxiety, addiction, stress, ADHD, and neurodegenerative diseases than ever in human history.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

And this isn’t slowing down…

Some more scary facts before I get to the positive stuff...

Heart.org shares the following:

🤕 Poor brain health is more serious than you think

😮 The brain begins showing signs of cognitive decline as a person enters their 20s.

🤔 3 out of 5 Americans will develop a brain disease in their lifetime.

Failing brain health is a public health epidemic.

 

Alz.org states:

☹️ More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s. By 2050, this number is projected to rise to nearly 14 million.

😶 Alzheimer’s disease is the 6th leading cause of death in the U.S. in 1998 it was 12th.

🤨 1 in 3 seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia. It kills more than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined

💊 In 2020, Alzheimer’s and other dementias will cost the notion $305 Billion. By 2050, these costs could rise as high as $1.1 trillion.

It doesn't just happen to "old people."

If you’re thinking, “damn that is scary, but I’m young, I’m fine.”

I would challenge that belief.

Neurodegeneration starts as early as your 20’s. It may show up as Alzheimer’s at 70, but it started when you were young (maybe right now?)

If you feel foggy, forgetful, lethargic, fatigued or distracted, I invite you to do something about it. These are often early signs up brain-related diseases.

I say this not to scare you, but to call you to action.⠀⠀

Researchers tell us that attention and focus are the raw materials of human creativity and flourishing. And in the age of increased automation, the most sought-after jobs are those that require creative problem-solving, novel solutions and the kind of human ingenuity that comes from focusing deeply on the task at hand. - Nir Eyal

A foggy brain is not creative or focused. An unhealthy brain struggles to solve problems. This affects your immediate wellbeing, not just your future health.⠀

But, there is no need to worry. It’s not hard to take care of your brain. The concepts and the exercises are simple and the results are often immediate and long-lasting.

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How we can help you

The Group

A safe place for those with brain fog to find support, answers, accountability and guidance from a diverse group of brain experts.

The Blog

eWhat you can do daily to transform your brain. We cover many topics and storiesall boiled down to actionable steps.

Why I created BrainThrive

As I started to write about my experience with brain fog, people began reaching out to me.

  • “I read your article on brain fog, that’s exactly how I feel! How did you get rid of it?”
  • “Thanks for the article. I can’t get through a day without my brain fog getting in the way, can we talk?”
  • I’ve had brain fog for the past 15 years….please help.”

I became deeply passionate about the brain and dove headfirst into learning everything about it.

I started coaching through clearing their fog.

I started seeing patterns.

I began to formulate a process to not only eliminating brain fog, but also creating a thriving brain.

One that’s quick, sharp, strong and healthy. One that effortlessly flows through conversations.

One that’s 3 steps ahead and never loses its train of thought. One with a strong memory.

One with a powerful ability to learn and grow. One that allows you to live a great life full of personal and professional successes.

Too many of us know someone that suffers from a serious neurodegenerative disease (Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Dementia).

The worst part is, it’s a fairly simple process!

You go to the gym or do yoga to take care of your body, but do you do the same for your brain? You take your car in for regular service. What about your brain?

It can be as simple as 5 minutes a day and a couple lifestyle changes. Nothing crazy.

Then I thought, how can I provide the most real value for those who suffer from brain fog?

I figured, get a bunch of experts in the same room, talk about brain fog (what it is, what causes it and how to get rid of it), and empower people with real world answers.

I went to many doctors who tried to sell me a pill or tell me I had ADHD. I now understand the best thing I can do is learn how to take care of my brain on a daily bases by adopting the right habits.

This group was created to be a light at the end of a foggy tunnel.

This group aims to help 500 people go from foggy to fit.

Will you be one of them?

Researchers tell us that attention and focus are the raw materials of human creativity and flourishing. And in the age of increased automation, the most sought-after jobs are those that require creative problem-solving, novel solutions and the kind of human ingenuity that comes from focusing deeply on the task at hand.

I suffered from severe brain fog for 5 years​

I didn’t even know what brain fog was for the first year or so.

Once I did, I had no clue how to get rid of it!

  • I lost my train of thought constantly
  • I could barely hold a normal conversation
  • I couldn’t find words
  • I couldn’t remember names
  • I froze in public settings
  • I had low energy and drive
  • Social anxiety took over
  • Stress and frustration grew
  • Relationships went down hill
  • School and work suffered


Doctors didn’t help and I slipped into depression.

I obsessed over every little thing I ate or drank, but nothing was working.

I was stuck in the fog forever!