Virtual Doctors Night Out with Dr. Kellyann – Episode 23

As our quarantine continues, or as we start emerging into a new world 6-feet apart. Our homes are now where we work, eat, sleep, workout, and school, our children. Frustrations are high as we feel like we are losing control of our lives. How do we stay motivated with our work, wellness, and to maintain healthy relationships?

Our event was recorded on May 27th.
This motivational panel will help us all self-correct and get the nice kick in the tush that we need.

Check out this fantastic panel.

Lieutenant Jason C. Redman, USN, is a retired naval officer and U.S. Navy SEAL. The author of the memoir The Trident: The Forging and Reforging of a Navy SEAL Officer and his recent release Overcome. Today, Jason has expanded his programs with his focus on helping individuals, companies, and teams to “GET OFF THE X” ™ from “Life Ambushes. Jason has appeared on numerous national news networks and frequently appears on Fox and Friends and Huckabee show.

Ray “Cash” Care is a Navy SEAL veteran with multiple tours and other numerous overseas security details. Upon leaving SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team Two (SDV-2), Ray turned his passion and SEAL Team experience to the world of self-improvement, team building, accomplished fitness expert, and speaker. Ray’s approach has been featured on The History Channel and Discovery Channel. Ray is the Founder of CONQUER, a leadership, and team-building program designed to push you physically, mentally, and emotionally for individuals to break through personal barriers

Dr. Jeff Spencer builds champions. He has seen and done it all…backstage with U2, 8 Tour de Frances, 1-1 with Richard Branson. His secret? The Champion’s Roadmap. Dr. Spencer created it from my 300,000 hours in the high-performance space. Key life highlight: Olympic cyclist. Proudest achievement: raising his adopted daughter from Colombia from the age of 10. Aspiration: for you to perform at your full potential.

Kara Kilian Lazauskas was born and raised in the heart of New Jersey, Kara Kilian Lazauskas grew up in a household where athletics and academics were the top priority. At the age of 3, she had her lung removed due to a tumor covering 75% of the left lung. She contests her love for human anatomy, and physiology was born from that moment. With her body’s adaption and continuous push both mentally and physically, she was able to gain a scholarship to play at the NCAA level in basketball. However, 4 ACL reconstructions later in her right knee and no real basketball career left in sight, she was left wondering why me? That’s where her purpose began.