December 24th, 2018 | 31 mins 16 secs
4asdkids, 5 love languages, achievement, anxiety, appreciation, athlete, attitude, blessing, boss, brain, brain health, breath work, business, calmness, celebrity, challenge, change, children, connectedness, connection, dave jorna, determination, do life better, dr gary chapman, dr john barletta, education, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, exercise, expert, family, fear, fitness, five love languages, grateful, gratitude, greatness, grit, happiness, happy, health, healthy eating, home, hope, interview, kids, lead, leader, leadership, life, life hacks, livin, living, mat rogers, meditation, meeting, meetings, mental health, mental health days, mindfulness, mindset, mood, movement, nutrition, overcoming anxiety, overthinking, persistence, personal trainer, podcast, positive, positive attitude, positivity, productivity, purpose, relationships, resilience, running, ryan hassan, school, science, self care, signature strengths, sleep, social, stress, stress release, struggle days, students, success, successful, technology, the centre for healing, values, volunteering, wellbeing, worth
When your relationships are strong and healthy, you are also stronger and healthier. This is one area of my life I am constantly working on. We tend to spend so much time giving our attention and energy to everything else because we are too busy, stressed, overwhelmed or distracted, that our relationships with friends and family are often overlooked. However, it is in these times that we need our relationships and sense of connectedness even more. With Christmas and New Years upon us, it is even more important that we invest in our connectedness given the spike in people struggling with mental health during this time of year. For this mash up episode, we will focus on the habits I learned and the inspiration I gained from some of most popular guests such as Dr John Barletta, Mat Rogers, Dr Gary Chapman and Ryan Hassan.