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In The Media

  • Self Care

    How Does That Make You Feel?

    Recently the World Health Organization officially recognized BURNOUT as an official medical diagnosis linked to your employment (CEO, laborer, single parent, homemaker, entrepreneur). It’s symptoms include: physical and emotional exhaustion (like: chronic fatigue, frequent physical illness, insomnia, depression, anxiety, lock of focus and forgetfulness, etc.); cynicism and detachment (like: isolation, lack of enjoyment, pessimism, etc.); ineffectiveness and lack of accomplishment (like: irritability, poor performance, apathy and hopelessness, etc.).

  • How To Battle Burnout

    Dr. Ganz Ferrance talks about How to Battle #Burnout!
  • The Me Factor Book

    My new book is here!

    The Me Factor: A Systematic Guide to Getting What the Hell You Want examines the often unspoken challenges of being a man, shines a light on personal and professional pressures and shows men how to prioritize areas of their life in a healthy way, create boundaries, and become a wellspring of energy, overflowing into every aspect of their life.

  • So You Think You Can Be Famous?

    What it takes to get your 15 minutes of fame.

    by Jen Kim, Psychology Today


    What these celebrities (and nearly all famous people) have in common is #resilience, says Dr. Ganz Ferrance, a psychologist and media personality. “You have to be able to deal with a lot of rejection, judgements and negative comments along the way to ‘making it’ and even after you make it.”

  • Whole Life Success

    Inner Circle Fast Track - Success Synergy with Dr. "G"

    Stephen Covey (The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People) asks, “Have you ever climbed the ladder of success only to find that it is leaning against the wrong wall?” I have personally worked with too many people for whom this was the case. The problem was that many of them discovered the this very late in the process and had already lost much in their lives that they valued. Things like their health, relationships and spiritual fulfillment. I believe that true success and ultimate wealth include vitality in all areas of life -- not just having lots of money or recognition.