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“Start Here”

In this episode, Rick Lemoine, Chief Medical Information Officer for Sharp HealthCare, speaks with Eric Langshur, Co-founder and Managing Partner, Abundant Venture Partners, and author of Start Here: Master the…
December 27, 2022

“Start Here”

Meet Eric Langshur:

Eric is the co-founder and Managing Partner of Abundant Venture Partners, a purpose-based incubator focused on improving the human condition by creating companies that improve Human Wellness, Human Performance and Human Engagement. He is also a New York Times best-selling author. His book Start Here: Master the Lifelong Habit of Wellbeing was published by Simon and Schuster: North Star Way in 2017 and has been translated and released internationally by Hachette/Larousse.

Key Insights:

Eric Langshur has founded multiple healthcare companies and has written a book on wellbeing that draws from the best of philosophy and science.

Industry Changes. As margins dwindle in healthcare, Eric sees opportunity, noting that “the same plays that worked yesterday aren’t necessarily going to carry us through tomorrow.”

Purpose and Accomplishment. Concern for material needs can bring us to work every day, but to accomplish something meaningful, Eric advises us to discover our purpose. 

Science of Wellbeing. Eric has traced the science behind ancient wisdom, and affirms that mindfulness and meditation practices can improve bodily health. 

This episode is hosted by Rick Lemoine. He is the Chief Medical Information Officer for Sharp HealthCare.

Relevant Links:

o Follow Eric on Twitter

o Order a copy of Start Here

o Read about Abundant Venture Partners

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