Jim Fannin Show: What Keeps You Up At Night?

Welcome to the Jim Fannin Show!  What are you worrying about?  What thoughts conjure up fear or trepidation?  What’s causing you to toss and turn throughout the night?

This week’s episode discusses how to sleep through the night in a deep, restful and energy-replenishing sleep.  It addresses what to do with recurring, negative thoughts?  Also discussed:

  • Wellness…Money…Job…Children…Spouse or Mate…Parents…Politics…
  • What’s keeping the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs up at night?
  • Have you yelled at the TV about today’s politics?
  • Why does money always find a way to stress us?
  • Is your teenager causing you restless nights?
  • How’s your relationship? What’s missing, if anything?
  • What triggers your anger?
  • Do you think like a champion?
  • Visit the Zone Café to ascertain your missing link to a Zone mindset.

Be in the Zone!®

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