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[EPISODE] The Me Factor with Dr. Ganz Ferrance
This week, on The Conscious Consultant Hour, Sam welcomes Psychologist, Speaker, Author, and Coach, Dr. Ganz Ferrance.
Registered Psychologist, Dr. Ganz Ferrance, is a Speaker, Author, and Coach. Since the early ‘90’s Dr. Ganz has been helping individuals, couples, families, and corporations reduce their levels of stress, improve their relationships, and enjoy more success.
Known for working with toughest of the tough including fourth generation gang-bangers, hardened oil and gas workers, battle tested CEOs and entrepreneurs, and stressed out law enforcement officers,
Dr. Ganz is truly a master at showing people in high stress occupations no-nonsense, practical strategies to stay focused, make healthy decisions under pressure and boost communication skills to reduce conflict during difficult situations.
In his book, The Me Factor: A Systematic Guide to Getting What the Hell You Want, he examines the often unspoken challenges of being a man, shines a light on personal and professional pressures and shows men how to prioritize areas of their life in a healthy way, create boundaries, and become a wellspring of energy, overflowing into every aspect of their life.
Sam kicks off the show with two quotes, the first from the Universe, telling the importance of celebrating something as a way of manifesting what you want into this reality. Sam continues with a second quote from Abraham about the relationship between matter and energy and the principles of visualization. Sam introduces this week’s guest, Dr. Ganz Ferrance, who is a speaker, coach, and author of The Me Factor. Dr. Ganz Ferrance starts by talking about how he’s always had a passion for helping people who are under supported.
Sam discusses with Dr. Ganz his background working with gangbangers in the Bronx and the importance of connection and relationships. Dr. Ganz talks about working with men in therapy and how that might be uncommon, yet he explains how it is not weakness to look for help. Dr. Ganz tells Sam about The Me Factor and how it came out of his own experience with burnout, and quickly touches on the “Seven Me Factors.”
Dr. Ganz begins this segment by talking about how being relaxed and putting in less effort may help with whatever your focus is. Dr. Ganz then moves back to his book and talks about “The Seven Me Factors” and The Decision Matrix– how each of your decisions affects your life. Both Sam and Dr. Ganz agree that you can allow things in life to open up naturally through a different way of thinking. Dr. Ganz uses the metaphor of water to talk about this way of thinking.
Sam kicks off this segment by talking about anxiety and stress and Dr. Ganz’s first advice is to acknowledge stress without brushing it off. Dr. Ganz advises looking into your unconscious and training yourself to not feel guilty about taking breaks and giving yourself permission to be “off.” Dr. Ganz’s tips include: putting the phone down, getting out in nature, eating well and often, exercising, and getting good sleep. Dr. Ganz leaves us with the name of his site which is, www.askdr.ganz.com