This is a very special end of year episode that I hope serves as a celebration of the conversations I have had on the podcast this year. My team and I have put together some of the very best ideas shared on my show which I believe, if you start implementing, will immediately start to transform your health and happiness.
The central theme is looking after our minds, which has never been more important. Whether it be controlling our reaction to stressors, managing anxiety, spending time alone with our thoughts OR cultivating resilience and learning to be more present: this special episode will help you on your journey to become your true, authentic self.
Rich Roll on the importance of having time alone with our thoughts and why we need discomfort in order to grow.
Jay Shetty explaining why so many of us these days are not living lives that are truly ours.
Tom Bilyeu discusses identity, how to become resilient and how to view criticism as a gift.
England Football Team Psychologist Pippa Grange shares her belief that most of us are performing at life not living it. She explains why we should stop holding back, put fear aside and allow ourselves to live the life we want to live.
Brian MacKenzie reveals how we can use the power of our breath to become more present and help counteract the constant stimulus of modern-day life.
James Nestor explains why the way we breathe is so important for the health of our body and for the health of our mind.
Psychotherapist Julia Samuel talks about the many ‘living losses’ we are experiencing through the pandemic and that how we respond to change, in many ways, determines how our lives will unfold.
And finally Peter Crone - AKA The Mind Architect - explains why we all need to slow down in order to find true happiness in our lives.
This is a powerful episode that I really enjoyed listening back to - I think you will too!
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