Embracing that "everything happens for a reason" can be a tough pill to swallow sometimes. Especially when in those dark hours of deep depression - as was my case a few years ago.
However, once I believed my life could change for the better, much discovery led to recovery and the realization that I could help others.
I was interviewed by Carol Graham, host of the Never Give Up Hope podcast, to discuss my journey and how what happened to me is now fuelling my entrepreneurial spirit, as well as my passion for business and life coaching women.
Last week was an extremely stressful week – or what I perceived to be a stressful week. The tragedy in Manhattan, combined with business and personal issues, caused me to feel overwhelmed, tense, and anxious. Not a fun time, nor is it how I normally feel day to day.
I recall feeling in a similar state a couple of years ago, but something happened that helped me put all of the “stress” I was feeling into perspective.
It was the spring of 2015, and a dear friend of mine announced that his healthy and vibrant brother had suddenly passed away at the age of 37. He suddenly collapsed for no apparent reason and the paramedics were unable revive him.
I was so shocked by the news, but it’s amazing how something like this immediately shifts your experience. I know what I’m feeling isn’t new or really all that profound… what is profound is the moment you feel it. The moment all that perceived...
In this 36-minute video you'll learn about the 8 steps to optimal well-being.