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Hello <<First Name>>,

I hope this finds you well. I’m excited to share a few updates with you as as we head into the fall. The launch of my new book Outthinking Fear: A Neurosurgeon’s Secrets To Making Life’s Tough Decisions is fully underway and we are ecstatic for what’s to come. I’m happy to share I have turned in the full first draft of my manuscript. As we prepare for the launch, I have had many new opportunities I would love to share with you.

In my 20 years of practice I’ve found that art is a powerful medicine. This is why we have been hosting art gallery shows at our office. The purpose of opening up our office to art exhibits by ArtTimesTwo is three-fold. First and most importantly, it provides a comforting, healing atmosphere for our patients. Second, it gives local artists the opportunity to display, promote, and sell their work. And lastly, through commissions received on every sale, it benefits the Spinal Research Foundation – which ultimately benefits our patients and the improvement of spine health care.

Don’t miss the current exhibition at our Princeton office. This piece by Liz Whitney Quisgard titled “Scrambles” sits in our reception area. It’s wonderful to work in such a healing environment.

Elite performance is a topic I’m most passionate about and as a neurosurgeon, I’m aware of how crucial achieving elite performance is for your mental mindset. I enjoyed Daniel McGinn's book Psyched Up – it covers the entire landscape of mental prep for high achievement. This book focuses on how to have the best frame of mind when the pressure is on, something I know will be valuable to others. I share more of my thoughts on the book in my latest blog post.

Read it here

With fall officially underway and school in full effect, extra curricular activities are taking over and the holidays are fast approaching. Be sure to keep your stress top of mind so you’re not unexpectedly overwhelmed by it. Since taking my Stress Intelligence Quiz, I would love to hear about the techniques you have found helpful when combatting stress.

As always, I look forward to keeping you updated with my book and other helpful resources. I’m so grateful to have you on this journey with me.

Warm regards,

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