Todd Nils Nyholm - Author of "Ah, Brain, Why Do You Trouble Me So Much?"

Updated: Nov 19, 2021

Episode 170 of the Business Bookshelf podcast - Todd Nils Nyholm - Author of "Ah, Brain, Why Do You Trouble Me So Much?"

Todd is a Somatic Therapist who, through personal experience, has discovered the undeniable relationship between mind and body.


Tod is the author of “Ah, Brain, Why Do You Trouble Me So Much?”. Happiness and balance can often feel just out of reach. While we strive to build the perfect home and enjoy our work and a thriving family, often the first sacrifice is our own heart and body. When you neglect your inner self, you’ll settle for less reward and fulfillment in every aspect of your life. A helping hand is here to filter out the distractions and disorder causing your mind and health to suffer.


I talk to Tod about:

  • How life is experienced inside you.

  • The healthy life ladder.

  • And how Genuine, life-affirming service to self and others builds health.

Tod's company is called Nytality and can be found here - www.nytality.com.


The book can be purchased here - https://amzn.to/3olMojZ.


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According to Steve Jobs, "Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower." The rise of digital technology in business has made this statement truer now more than ever. Today, businesses can be created, marketed, and ready to interact with customers in the blink of an eye, with nothing more than an internet connection!


This accelerated pace of business is wreaking havoc on companies that are "too big to fail," sometimes in a matter of months. Any company or leader that doesn't move at an exponential pace will be crushed by new, massively transformative organizations that are invading new industries every day. Thankfully, guides like Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Elon Musk continue to provide us a roadmap for navigating this exponential horizon.


Exponential Theory provides ten keys of exponential leadership in order to solve climate change, social imbalances, and other wicked problems. It is time for a new generation of leadership—one that is purposeful, conscious, digital, and above all, exponential.




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