Quantum Quote: “When we talk about people who are concerned about the environment and look at the macro scale of what’s happening in the world, it can really make you a little bit crazy. The only way to really deal with that is to start within, make your own small impact, and know that you’ve done your part.”
Today, we explore how one family made the transition in their single-family home in a suburb just outside of New York City.
Sung Pak is an American immigrant success story. Sung is a renowned functional neural mechanic specialist, better known as a brain trainer. He trains the brain to create movement efficiency and control pain, helping people with neurological illnesses like Parkinson’s improve their lives and training athletes to achieve peak performance.
Sung’s resiliency philosophy extends to his family’s efforts to have an impact on climate change by starting at home. Sung shares his family story about why they move to solar electricity and geothermal heating and cooling and how they saved money doing it.
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Supernova 1: Even a family living on a small property in a New York City Suburb can get solar and geothermal to dramatically reduce their environmental impact and save money.
Supernova 2: Question authority. Ask around. Do your own research and due diligence. Check references. Get multiple bids & compare companies.
Supernova 3: The human brain can rewire and repair itself more than we ever imagined. People can train their brain to create movement efficiency and control pain. Those with neurological illnesses like Parkinson’s can improve their lives, and athletes can achieve achieve peak performance.
Supernova 4: Sung’s aha moment is “…the fact that yes, we made the right decision. The only way to really do it to start within. We are doing everything we can to minimize the impact. I feel like my wife and I have done it, we’re still doing it, and we’re setting an example for our children”
Supernova 5: When the screw doesn’t loosen – tighten it, and it will come loose. If somebody doesn’t want to cooperate, instead of trying to convince them, go along with them. Then they’ll loosen and soften their tone.
Supernova 6: “Polish the stone” – Always fine-tune your skills and strive to improve.
Book Recommendation: The Brain that Changes Itself, Norman Doidge, MD
Lighter Side: Any David Sedaris book