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June 10th, 2024

The Power & Wisdom Of Being Uncertain With Maggie Jackson

  1. The Power & Wisdom Of Being Uncertain With Maggie Jackson Cathy Biase 49:44

In this episode we speak with Maggie Jackson about the power and wisdom of being uncertain.

Maggie is an award-winning author and journalist with a global reach. Her new book, Uncertain: The Wisdom and Wonder of Being Unsure, explores why we should seek not-knowing in times of flux. Uncertain has been lauded as “incisive and timely…triumphant” (Dan Pink), “surprising and practical” (Gretchen Rubin) and “remarkable and persuasive” (Library Journal). Jackson’s acclaimed book Distracted (2nd Ed, 2018) sparked a global conversation on the steep costs of fragmenting our attention. A former columnist for the Boston Globe, Maggie has written for The New York Times and many other publications worldwide. Her work has been translated into multiple languages and is widely covered by press worldwide. She lives in Rhode Island and New York City.

Learning Points:

1. What is uncertainty, and what kind of uncertainty is written about in your book?
2. Why is it a good thing that uncertainty makes us uneasy?
3. Why do scientists who study uncertainty call it a space of possibility?

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Cathy Biase Cathy Biase BSc., RHN, CPCC

Cathy Biase is a Holistic Nutritionist and Certified Professional Cancer Coach. She received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto at St. Michael’s College, majoring in Psychology. She is a graduate of the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition and received her cancer coaching certification from the National Association of Professional Cancer Coaches.

Cathy specializes in the functional application of nutrition for root cause health improvement in the area of chronic disease with a focus on cancer care.

Cathy has appeared on television and at speaking engagements educating people on topics such as nutritional support for cancer patients, managing side effects of allopathic cancer care, the Microbiome and its links to health, immune support, improving gut health and cancer coaching. As well, she is the host of The Health Hub, a radio talk show and podcast covering various aspects of integrative health.

Cathy’s education along with her personal journey through a cancer diagnosis has given her a profound understanding of how vitally important proper Nutrition and Lifestyle are to achieving optimum health.

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