Maintaining Peak Performance As A Parent — Gabby Reece | Flow Research Collective Radio
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One of the biggest questions we get here at the Flow Research Collective is some version of:
“I’m a parent and I’ve got big professional ambitions. Balancing both is tough. How do I maintain peak-performance, harness flow and crush my goals while building a family and handling everything that comes with that?”
Well, if you’re a Mum or Dad, I’ve got good news.
We’re going to address the topic head-on.
In this podcast episode, we’ll be joined by Gabby Reece to talk about how to maintain peak performance as a parent.
If there’s anyone who has the art of flow and parenting down, it’s Gabby.
Gabby is a volleyball legend, an inspirational leader, New York Times bestselling author (My Foot Is Too Big for the Glass Slipper: A Guide to the Less Than Perfect Life), wife, and mother.
As a former professional beach volleyball player and Nike’s first female spokeswoman, she’s masterfully integrated athleticism, entrepreneurship and family life.
As a businesswoman, she’s created HIGHX, co-founded XPT, and is an Executive Member of Laird Superfoods.
You may know Gabby’s husband, Laird Hamilton, the legendary big wave surfer.
ABOUT THE EPISODE
In this episode, you will learn about:
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Our science-backed peak performance training is for entrepreneurs and knowledge workers like you wanting to accomplish their wildest professional goals while reclaiming time, space, and freedom in their personal life.
In Zero to Dangerous,
After the training, you will be able to access flow states on-demand, so you can spend your entire workday in that hyper-focused zone and say goodbye to the distractions of politics, colleagues, and trivial nonsense.
To apply for Zero to Dangerous, go to 👉 getmoreflow.com/ to book a call with our team who will help you assess if is a good fit for you.
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