How to be mentally strong in a crisis, with Daria Tsvenger

Daria Tsvenger is a mindset expert, and shared with Telana Simpson what mental strength is, and how to develop it, especially in a time of crisis, like we find ourselves in today dealing with Covid-19. She covers aspects of ourselves like the flight/fight mode of our brains, procrastination, depression and self awareness. She also explains the difference between inspiration and motivation, and tackles how to have conversations that count, shedding some light on the topic from the neuro-science perspective.

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Daria Tsvenger is a Forbes-featured mindset expert and host & creator of the top personal growth program “The Dream Sprint”. Her work has helped hundreds of people tap into the power of the brain to gain clarity and define the next steps in life. 

Daria Tsvenger
Daria Tsvenger

She has inspired hundreds of people on stages all over the world for clients including Robinhood, Prana and MGM Law. Daria shared her expertise on TV shows such as “Good Morning LA-LA-LAND”, “Simulation” and the major publications like “Vogue”, “ThriveGlobal”, “Forbes”. She is also a mentor at 500 Startups, where she helps entrepreneurs manage stress, increase confidence and supercharge productivity. More than 30,000 passionate dreamers are following Daria’s work.

Daria completed a Cognitive Neuroscience Stanford University extension program and had a chance to learn from top experts like Dr. Joe Dispenza, Tony Robbins, Dr. David Eagleman, Marisa Peer, and Dr. Loretta Breuning. She is available for comment on topics such as harnessing the power of neuroscience to achieve your dreams, priming your brain for success, and how to find your true purpose.

Contact and Info:

Website: http://www.thedreamsprint.com
Instagram: http://instagram.com/daria_tsvenger
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dariatsvenger/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dariatsv
Email: info@thedreamsprint.com

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Music: “Mesmerize” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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