We will all experience grief at some point in our lives.
Whether that’s due to losing a job, a relationship or the ultimate grief in losing someone you love.
Even this crazy year of 2020, we have experienced grief on a collective level. The lives we knew has been lost and replaced with uncertainty and restriction.
My own stories of grief are around losing my parents. The most painful times of my life, yet I have also received some of the most transformational lessons.
Grief is an exceptionally individual journey, and one that needs to be navigated in your own time.
It can’t be rushed.
And I also believe there is strength in hearing how others navigate it. That’s what I’m going to share with you today, the 5 lessons I’ve learned from grief.
Stephen Jenkinson - The Meaning of Death: https://orphanwisdom.com/meaning/
Stephen Jenkinson - What is Grief: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJYyy...
It’s not about if you’ll suffer anxiety, but more about when you’ll go through it on some level or another.
It could be in situations where you expect, such as before a job interview or on your wedding day or taking the step to work for yourself.
Or it could be on a chronic level… fear of what people think of you, anxiety of going into work everyday or fear during this period we are all in right now during 2020. If this sounds like you then this video is going to give you a road map to follow.
I’m going to teach you 3 strategies to help you ease and get control back from the anxiety you experience.
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If you’re anything like me, you’re excited by learning how to grow and improve yourself.
The self help section in the book store is full of some incredible and not so incredible books on how to improve your life or have a better life.
From different therapies, to mindset models and frameworks, to the world of nutrition and exercise… all of which have many contradictions and methods to achieve positive results…
But I don’t know about you, this used to fill me with confusion of where to start improving and what to start with.
Once you identify the area to work on, then there’s the pursuit of perfection. What we’ve learnt over time and through our careers is that it doesn’t need to be like this.
Perfection doesn’t exist… 80% optimised allows us to love, live and show up in our lives.
So today I’m going to share with you 4 simple steps to a better life… these are the key elements and steps to achieve 80% of the...