Listen to Dr. Maroon’s Podcast on Gratitude

October 20, 2021  Podcaster, Matt Moran, recently interviewed Dr. Joseph Maroon about his life story and experiences as capture in Dr. Maroon’s book, Square One: A Simple Guide to a Balanced Life. Matt is a cancer survivor who, “experienced the blessing of Cancer, and found the joys this disease can bring.” This may not be a common sediment, but in his blog and podcasts he speaks to finding gratitude as a part of my journey. In the podcast, Dr. Maroon gives his own insights on surviving burnout and being grateful for a second chance.

Listen to Matt Moran interviewing Dr. Joseph Maroon HERE:

A Passion for Being Challenged, with Dr. Joseph Maroon

Dr. Joseph Maroon’s is a world-renowned neurosurgeon at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. His biography and lists of achievement are truly remarkable as a neurosurgeon, scientist, Ironman athlete, consultant, author, and advocate on healthy living and nutrition. Yet despite all this amazing accomplishments, Dr. Maroon has often felt he was an underdog battling his smaller height and weight, coming from a small town, and losing his father at an early age. At age 41, he battled depression as his found himself too focused on his career. After reading, I Dare Youby William H. Danforth, Dr. Maroon began to better balance good health, his sense of spirituality, his work and his relationships. This insightful interview details his amazing journey after age 40 and how so many have benefited from his lessons and his work. For more on Dr. Maroon, you can check out his website or one of his 5 books, his most recent being Square One: A Simple Guide to a Balanced Life .