The Dr. Lee Warren Podcast
Neurosurgeon and author Dr. W. Lee Warren, MD delivers weekly prescriptions from neuroscience, faith, and common sense on how to lead a healthier, better, happier life. You can't change your life until you change your mind, and Dr. Warren will teach you the art of self brain surgery to get it done. Recent guests on the Dr. Lee Warren Podcast include Max Lucado, Philip Yancey, and John Bevere.
What Are the Limits of Personal Development?
You can make a lot of changes in your life on your own. But sometimes you need professional help. In this episode, my friend the amazing Dr. David Martorano helps us identify times when we can’t make it on our own, and when it’s time to seek outside help from a mental health professional.Listen + Show Notes
What areas in your life would benefit from an increase in your wisdom? Think about that, my friend, because which side of that oh-so-thin line between good and best you land on can make all the difference in whether you become healthier, feel better, and are happier in your life, your relationships, your business, and even your faith.Listen + Show Notes
This is going to be a shorter than normal episode, but I have three little ideas that I’ve been bouncing around in my head, and I don’t think any of them need a whole episode. But, I just wanted to bring them to you because I feel in my heart there’s somebody out there who needs to hear them.
We’re going to connect the dots on three seemingly disconnected ideas. These three ideas will help us change our minds so we can change our lives. And we’re going to start today.Listen + Show Notes
Let’s unpack the ideas around goals, recognition, integrity, humility, competition, and self worth.
Let’s take a look at the difference between the things people perceive about us, and the things that are actually true. And the things we allow ourselves to believe… we’ll look at a thought disease I call the Incongruity Illness, and learn a little more about how our brains are wired.
I think there’s a lot to learn from all this step counting.Listen + Show Notes
Waiting to live your life until some magical future moment arrives when all the stars line up and your schedule is clear and you’ve lost twenty pounds and you look just like you did twenty years ago is a great way to keep staying stuck exactly where you are. In this episode, we look at four ways people put off living and loving their lives, and how we can start today to love the life we’re living now.Listen + Show Notes
When people encounter hard things, like getting cancer or losing a child, how is it possible for them to keep going in their lives? What can you say to someone to help them get back up after life deals them a terrible blow? I’ve spent years thinking and studying about this problem, and I’ve had to answer it for myself several times, too. So I thought maybe today would be a good time for us to talk about it.Listen + Show Notes
After all this time, I’ve Seen the End of You is available TODAY!
After a long long time of living and writing this story, after countless edits and revisions and going through the publishing process, selecting between offers from four publishers, choosing the Waterbrook/PRH team, and over 18 months of work since then to get everything ready, today’s the day.
Today, I’ve Seen the End of You: A Neurosurgeon’s Look at Faith, Doubt, and the Things We Think We Know will be available to purchase everywhere books are sold.Listen + Show Notes
Special guest Lisa Warren and Dr. Lee Warren give you ten gifts to help 2020 be your best year yet. (And, we’re giving away twelve signed copies of Dr. Warren’s new book, I’ve Seen the End of You: A Neurosurgeon’s Look at Faith, Doubt, and the Things We Think We Know!)Listen + Show Notes