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Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Self Discovery

Look for Opportunities for Self-Exploration. 

People often learn something about themselves and may find that they have grown in some respect as a result of their struggle with loss and grief. People who have experienced BIGStuff loss and grief often have reported better relationships, a greater sense of self confidence even while feeling vulnerable, an increased sense of self-worth, a more developed spirituality and a heightened appreciation for life.

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I meet Elmo after a meeting
at a children's hospital.
So as you go through life's ups and downs and some of the ultimate hardships don't forget that:
 - Our point of view is a choice
 - Asking for help is building a team 
 - Sleep is not optional We all need at least 7 / 9 hrs a day
 - Food is fuel for our mind and body Quality of food impacts our health in all categories
 - Exercise can be worked into our day 
 - Honour, laughter, joy, and happiness can be planned. 
       
Why wait?
These basic have made a very amazing difference to me. It's up to you to ensure you follow through on them every day.

Life is too important to take it so seriously.

So until next time, Imagine Yourself with more Resiliency for Life.

Michael Ballard specializes in helping people, schools, organizations and communities learn how to become more resilient.

To book Michael for your next event, interview him or to consult contact him at: Inquiry@MichaelHBallard.com

Michael's online programming can be taken at: Udemy.com
Michael’s Background and Social Media pages include:
https://about.me/resilientmichael
www.ResiliencyforLife.com





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