What can we really do to end bullying in our culture?
The budget speech by the UK’s Chancellor, Philip Hammond, on International Women’s Day inspired me to totally change the proposed theme of today’s podcast episode.
He announced increased spending for groups working to put an end to violence towards women – on International Women’s Day. Laudable. But he had already shown himself to be a bully, during his speech.
Here’s my take on why he owes the Nation an apology – and what each and every one of us needs to do, to move our world closer to being a place where people stick up for each other and behave kindly, instead of hating and destroying anyone who’s not like us.
I’d love to hear from you:
I’d love to hear from you, via the comments.
With love and gratitude,
P.S. One of the biggest triggers for behaving the way that Philip Hammond did today is Imposter Syndrome – fear of feeling like a fraud and not being good enough. If you’d like to join me for our Imposter-Syndrome-Ditching Mastermind in the next few weeks, please get in touch ASAP. x C.
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As an NLP Trainer, Meditation & Yoga Teacher and an Engineer, Clare Josa demystifies ancient wisdom, blending it with the 'user manual' for your brain, to make it surprisingly easy for you to ditch your hidden blocks, and even enjoy the process. Author of five life-changing books, her sixth book and debut novel is now available with incredible pre-order bonuses: You Take Yourself With You is about the twists and turns life takes us on, to make peace with the past. What happens when we get in the way of happiness? Exploring self-doubt, trauma, depression, harassment (#metoo) and bullying, Clare's novel is a journey of hope, courage, love and realising we're not alone. Order your copy today.
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