“I feel stronger, healthier, energetic and youthful,” said Lindberg. “I have better memory, and more muscle and stamina. Also, my gray hair has turned red again.”
He achieved those results by incorporating hormesis, a phenomenon in which small to moderate stressors like fasting, cold exposure, exercise, and nutrition provide beneficial effects to the body when the harmful stressors are small. Those experiences allow the body to become comfortable with the uncomfortable.
“Hormesis has been explored in biology for thousands of years,” said Lindberg. “Applying this concept through those daily routines can improve your life today, in the future, and even improve the life of your offspring.”
Lindberg shares his experience in his latest book 633 Days Inside: Lessons on Life and Leadership. He believes applying these programs can significantly improve people’s overall wellness and longevity.
Leadership is also important to Lindberg. Empowering professionals become successful leaders is a top priority. From the start of his career, he’s provided opportunities and helped talented people reach their ultimate potential.
He continues that work through his latest book and leadership coaching for individuals interested in professional growth. Lindberg believes career success comes from failure and disappointment. He’s lived it and experienced it, and now wants to share his knowledge with other leaders.
“Failure provides us with an opportunity to learn, grow and build resilience,” said Lindberg. “As an entrepreneur, I have faced many challenges throughout my life and career. No matter how rich or successful you are, you’re going to experience challenges. You must fail to succeed.”
To learn more about Lindberg’s passions, get a copy of the book.