Carolyn is following up on the New Years resolutions and goals that you have made to see how things are now that we are one month into the New Year. A challenging time for keeping the goals lays ahead as life gets busy again after some down time. It’s important to stay focussed and reassess the goals as the year progresses. Listen in for some handy tips from holistic wellness coach Carolyn Gray. The latest show!
A brand new year and so many possibilities lay ahead. What can we do to support goal achievement in the coming year? Carolyn shares her hot tips to achieve small and large goals, maximise your potential and to work within your own needs and abilities. The latest show!
Accomplished author John Vespasian discusses the concept of ‘Rational Living’. The topic of his many books and a fascinating exploration of history in this insightful discussion. What is rational living? How does it work in a modern world? Why isn’t John a fan of the positive thinking movement? Why quick fixes don’t work in the long term. Learn how to be successful and achieve your life goals with rational living expert, John Vespasian.
JOHN VESPASIAN is the author of seven books about rational living, including “When Everything Fails, Try This” (2009), “Rationality Is the Way to Happiness” (2009), “The Philosophy of Builders: How to Build a Great Future with the Pieces from Your Past” (2010), “The 10 Principles of Rational Living” (2012), “Rational Living, Rational Working: How to Make Winning Moves When Things Are Falling Apart” (2013), “Consistency: The Key to Permanent Stress Relief” (2014), and “On Becoming Unbreakable: How Normal People Become Extraordinarily Self-Confident” (2015). The latest show!
Carolyn talks us through the second of her Community Wellness Seminars where fitness, movement and exercise are explored from a holistic perspective. With a past history of chronic exercise Carolyn has had to change her mindset, habits and goals to achieve Wellness and the healing that her body needed. This podcast is filled with tips to live a more holistic and balanced life where your own individual goals and familial predispositions drive your exercise and movement choices.
Join Carolyn as she talks about the Community Wellness Seminars she has organised which are just commencing and are a way for her Community to be more informed, empowered and motivated to live a healthier life. There are four Seminars in total and in this episode Carolyns talk us through the first Seminar which chronicles her own health journey, self reflections and what she has learnt. A long journey with chronic illness where there was one roadblock after another with the Mainstream system led her into the Integrative Medicine arena where she was able to receive the support that has enabled her body to heal and her Wellness journey now in the next stage of embracing life, setting new goals and sharing her Wellness message.
Ex Firefighter Jo Belton who is based in California, shares her journey of recovery from an injury suffered on the job. Enduring years of pain, surgery and retirement from the career she loved, this is an inspiring story of a journey of self discovery, exploration, empowerment and motivation. Jo manages her pain by focussing on her creativity, University studies and strengths. She has chosen to embrace the whole person and is now sharing her journey and story to inspire others. Jo’s Website: www.mycuppajo.com
Carolyn shares how she is feeling now that she is well and the challenges of accepting her new health and body. The familiarity of the chronic illness, the time investment required to manage day to day and the symptoms that were a constant companion have now gone which has left a huge gap which needs to be accommodated. Carolyn talks about the many aspects of living with chronic illness that are now absent from her life and the new mindset required to transition successfully to Wellness.
Why aim for Wellness in your life? Learn how the journey is part of the process. Tips to make short term change in your life and achievement of your long term goals with a positive approach to life. Draw on your own resilience, planning and organisational
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