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Cool Casts for Entrepreneurs – Building Psychological Strength

Looking for actionable strategies to build resilience and confidence? Do you want to develop the skills needed to flourish in your personal and professional life? Then you should listen to Building Psychological Strength, hosted by Dr. April Seifert of Peak Mind. With insights based on research-backed brain science, learn how to overcome fear and anxiety and design a more fulfilling life.

What is the podcast about?

More and more, people are seeing the benefits of building resilience, building confidence, building mental toughness and flexibility, and moving past fear and anxiety in their lives. April Seifert, Ph.D., hosts this powerful podcast that will help you build psychological strength through interviews and information from some of the world’s leading experts in the fields of psychology and life design. It’s time to go beyond merely surviving. It’s time to thrive!

Why should people listen to it? Who is the podcast for?

Peak Mind co-founders, Dr. Seifert and Dr. Smith, say that your mind can be your greatest asset or biggest barrier. You get to choose! If you want to learn concrete strategies based on actual brain science that you can use to live a more joyful life, perform at your peak and thrive despite difficult circumstances, this podcast is for you.

There are a variety of episodes: some are geared toward everyone, while others focus on psychological strength in the workplace. There are even some episodes under-two-minute episodes, called Mindset Monday, for those with limited listening time. While anyone interested in personal growth could benefit from the BPS podcast, the audience tends to lean toward high-responsibility, high-performing women who wear many “hats.”

Featured episode – How to Use Boundaries to Avoid Burnout

Burnout is a topic that’s becoming so prolific because so many of us are EXPERIENCING IT! Burnout is a state that is at the end of the road of a long continuum. There are ways we can intervene to reduce the chances of ourselves becoming burned out, but we have to recognize it first.

I’m thrilled to be diving into that very topic today.

Today we’re speaking with Dr. Cassandra LeClair. She is a communications and relationships expert, motivator, author and podcaster. With a Ph.D. in communications studies and specializing in women’s and gender studies, Cassandra is an expert on communicating feelings, setting boundaries, and improving connections. She enables high-achieving women to understand their identity and communication practices to improve their relationships with friends and family, in the workplace and beyond.

On this episode with Dr. LeClaire, we dive into burnout—how to know when you’re burned out and what the precursors are. We also dive into the role that boundaries play in burnout. Wow, are they important! We also discuss how to figure out our needs and communicate them to others. And finally, we talk about the role of our behavioral patterns in our burnout cycle.


Peak Mind was created to usher in an innovative approach to mental well-being. Founded by two doctoral-level psychologists, Dr. Ashley Smith and Dr. April Seifert, Peak Mind is dedicated to helping you and your teams thrive by using cutting-edge psychology research and practices delivered in engaging and easy-to-digest ways.

Read Cool Casts for Entrepreneurs – She Burns with Hannah Austin for more on managing and preventing burnout!

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