I wanted to capture how I felt after my experience walking on the hot coals last weekend. Something I can revisit when I need that reminder. Maybe you can pull some words of encouragement out as well.
Jotted some notes in a moment of struggle. Decided to share what I wrote down. May you find some hope & strength to keep going in my words.
I'm so grateful how connected we are in this world. It's because of these connections that Shawn & I found each other & I get to now share her story with you. I won't go into too much detail, but Shawn is an incredibly inspiring human dedicated to the encouragement of others.
This episode is about mental fortitude & why I challenge myself often & the other benefits this practice has on my body.
Where I share about shame, how it shows up in my life & what I'm going to do about it.
Feeling the big feels? Feeling anxious & rushed? Here's a quick tip of what I do when I find myself in those situations.
If you find yourself supporting someone through grief, trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression...it can wear you down, both physically & mentally. Here I offer some tips for those in a support role. Chances are, if you're not there currently, you will be one day.
Where I chat a bit about sitting & breathing through your intense emotions/anxieties & how that can help you in your physical world.
Where I share a story about my son & how we can learn about our behaviors by analyzing our thoughts & choices.
Thank you so much for listening & subscribing & sharing if my words have impacted you at all. I'm grateful for each and every one of you.
Cliff Prang is a professional actor, comedian & public speaker. He's wise, funny & looks like George Clooney. He's also a wonderful dad & husband & he inspires me to be a better person.
Cliff was gracious enough to share some stories of connection, how we rely on others & how contentment is a guiding principle in his life.
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