EP 193 | Resilience with Andrew Mitchell
October 27, 2020
When the hits just keep on coming, resilience allows us to persevere. In this episode, we’ll talk interior design coach, Andrew Mitchell about how to develop and foster resilience through gratitude, empathy and mindfulness.
In this episode we learn:
- stop pretending you have your sh*t together and ask for help.
- seek balance by feeding all areas of your life
- nurture relationships in your community
- practice gratitude—start a gratitude journal
- practice empathy with the people in your life and people you don’t know
- replace negative self-talk with kind and encouraging words
- practice mindfulness; be present
- commit to the above activities and schedule time to practice them in your diary. Positive change comes with equal measure of intention (knowing what you want more of) and attention (applying yourself to make it happen).
There’s no gain in pretending to have your sh#t together! If you are struggling, ask for help. Know you are not alone, that we all go through rough times.
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