She-Rae Chen, the CEO and visionary behind SpringSpot, introduces comprehensive health principles to steer your family toward a balanced mental and physical lifestyle. In today’s discussion, she elaborates on the structured framework that guides parents, children, and families in fostering a positive and healthy perspective on their well-being. SpringSpot was born to aid busy families like yours by providing wholesome activities for children and supporting parents in prioritizing self-care. Join Arden and She-Rae as they delve into the mind-body connection, healthy eating and sleeping habits, and alternatives to screen-centric activities for children. Take advantage of the insights shared in this Beyond the Balance Sheet episode.
IN THIS EPISODE:
[1:32] She-Rae discusses her professional background and the health scare she experienced
[4:44] SpringSpot was born from the idea that parents don’t have time to take care of themselves and their families
[6:27] Parents’ long work hours and devices contribute to a breakdown in family time
[8:03] She-Rae explains how F.R.A.M.E.S works
[11:40] She-Rae makes suggestions on how to implement these pillars in your home
[20:30] Discussion regarding the importance of art and creativity
[25:33] Discussion regarding scheduling and emotional regulation
[29:45] Answering a kid’s hard questions
[3:13] A health scare can make you reassess your life and priorities. She credits her second chance at life as the motivation to begin self-care.
[6:23] Families face new challenges in today’s busy lifestyle they did not meet in the past.
[8:19] Springspot is founded on the acronym FRAME, each letter representing a holistic health pillar.
She-Rae Chen is the founder & CEO of SpringSpot. As a former NCAA Division I gymnast, she later juggled marriage, kids, and a full-time job. Balancing work, parenting, and household duties left little room for exercise and self-care. This struggle led her to create SpringSpot, aiming to empower families to prioritize health without sacrificing their own well-being or their children’s.
Before SpringSpot, she held tech leadership roles at Apple and Amazon, spearheading digital media, mobile, and health innovations. She holds degrees from Stanford University and Harvard Business School and is a certified RYT-200 yoga instructor, ACSM-CPT certified personal trainer, and PN1 certified nutrition coach.
She lives in the Bay Area with her husband and three young kids: two boys and a baby girl. In her free time, she enjoys playing tennis, swimming, practicing yoga, and being active outdoors with her family and friends.
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