1. In Be Your Best Without the Stress, you describe your life of being an Olympian and appearing to have it all, but you were really hiding from the truth. What was really going on and what did you struggle with?
2. What was the low point? Did you ever feel like giving up?
3. How did you pick yourself back up after falling?
4. You were in denial about your own health for many years. How do you help others who may be struggling with the same kind of denial?
5. We all get stuck and stressed at times as we try to deal with challenges. Why is this, and how can we get back on track to actually overcome adversity?
6. In Be Your Best Without the Stress, you share that all of us can embrace our inner Olympian, that we all can have our Olympic moment. What do you mean?
7. What can you do to help people who don’t know what they want? How do you inspire them to figure it out and then help them to stay on their path?
8. Be Your Best Without the Stress helps people fulfill something deep within. What are we really seeking if it’s Not About the Medal?
9. Through overcoming your own challenges, you became a master at helping others to be true to who they are. You help them to set goals, take action on them, and manage obstacles that come up. Yet, your bigger goal for the reader seems to be deeper than that. What is that?
10. Why is taking care of our health so important while pursuing our dreams?
11. In Be Your Best Without the Stress, you share many tools on how to take care of yourself, and balance your energy, including nutrition, acupuncture, tai chi, and meditation. What is a simple way for someone to start doing this for themselves today?
12. How do you encourage teens and parents to handle confidence and commitment issues?
13. You dealt with body weight issues and have treated others with this issue. What can you recommend for people who worry about their weight, either being too heavy, too light, not the right shape, etc.?
14. You mentioned that we are all seeking peace within, love, and joy. You mentioned that meditation and getting into the subconscious is an easy way to find this. How do we take it from meditation into the world so that we can be in this place everyday?