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Sabrina Runbeck is an advanced surgical provider and the queen of productivity.  She’s on a mission to help 10,000 people to feel good, look good, waking up each day energized and fulfilled, instead of dreading the need to work for the same thing just another day.

After working 80+ hours a week in healthcare, Sabrina cracked the code to working smarter, not harder. She noticed that there are people in the healthcare arena who love their work and are able to always make to their workout class, go to brunch or happy hour with family and friends, while the rest of the professionals are grinding day by day and regretting their years of hard work to make it there. 


Now, she has found a passion in helping professionals with high-demanding careers to live the lifestyle they deserve, so they can enjoy their success. She believes everyone has the inner ability to gain more control and find life's satisfactions, so she is on a mission to help them succeed.


Sabrina talks to Ed Andrew about choosing a career that you love not your parents, being accountable for your decisions, the three stages of stress and burnout, the power of breath work and having a daily meditative and reflective practice, setting boundaries and keeping to them. 


Talking points 

  • talking about her background, fascinated by the heart lung connection and the catalyst for coaching others to destress and live a healthy life - help other young professionals love what they do and not compromise their wellbeing


  • personal development is bringing people back to curiosity, as a child can I learn something new, back to childhood - the stress of education and life, living in a bubble in college - how do you want to show up, what do you want to bring into the world and be useful and not just who you are just based on your job (11)


  • how she helps chronic patients based on their values and life goals - (21)


  • discussing burnout and being emotionally fatiqued, changing her mindset, "I don’t work 80 hours any more as I set boundaries now, need to know my limits, I have non negotiables in my morning routine and night routines" - meditations,  brainwaves forms, removing blue light (23)


  • breath work and stress, just having right breath work releases tension and having mindfulness throughout the day, breathing through pain (27)

  • falling back in love with your career - find the positive message within ourselves and clear definition of our aim in life (34)


  • her formula for falling back in love with your career - ABCDE of falling back in love with your career, accountability, beginners mind,  challenge your creativity - bring novelty and joy back into lifediscover our strength - know and use our talents equals more happiness in our career, elevate others - better blood pressure control when help someone and have dopamine rewards (37)


  • success is a journey is a journey and how wants to take people with her and running alongside of me (43)


  • her free gift "there are 10 components of life, career is just one part of life 


  • discussing how do you want to show up in life

To contact Sabrina click on the following social links

  • Instagram - Black Circle
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  • LinkedIn - Black Circle

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Ed Andrew is the host of Human Impact. Initially a lawyer in London Ed has for the past 20 years been a global entrepreneur. He battled prostate cancer at 42 and is now one of the world's leading career coaches and life strategists helping people learn how to thrive at home and work. 


“One of the great joys of a podcast is that people realise there are other people like them and at least once a week or once a day to do something out of the ordinary so that their life can have a new horizon - and that is what your program does"


“Great podcast host! Prepared well for our conversation and asked relevant and interesting questions. Our conversation flowed very well. Highly recommended"


“I had the honor of going on the Ed Andrew's podcast, as well as interviewing him on the Humans 2.0 podcast. Ed has the ability to penetrate an individual's perceptual apparatus to give them a glimpse of who THEY REALLY ARE which is a 21st-century superpower. I highly recommend checking out Ed's show and his consulting services"


“I have been interviewed on a number of podcasts recently and been intrigued by the different approaches the interviewers take. Some view it as a conversation, others an interrogation. This interview with Ed Andrew was definitely one of the more enjoyable ones!"


“I so appreciate you kind words and support, Ed. Your podcast taught both of my parents new things about me just by listening. Thanks for making it happen"


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