Do you ever wish you could stay calm in a crisis? Today I want to spill the beans on ‘how’.
Here Are Two Vital Life Lessons: What Accidentally Closing My Business Down Could Teach All Of Us About Handling A Crisis…
Do you ever feel like you’ve had enough of life throwing the ‘brown stuff’ at you?
Last week I accidentally closed down my entire business – for the sake of less than a tenner and a bit of double-checking – duh! And when I realised, I was in rural North Wales with no phone or text signal and only very dodgy wifi – and a Mastermind programme waiting for their next video. Major stress.
If you have ever needed to keep your cool when you secretly wanted to have a meltdown, then the two-step process I share in this video is what you need.
What I did – and how I did it – might really help you if you’re getting stuck in the middle of drama and stress.
When you have watched the video, I’d love to know, via the comments:
- Have you been getting stuck in the drama?
- How might you remind yourself that you can choose how to respond to life’s curve balls?
- What support could you ask for in your life today?
- And what are your top tips for keeping your calm in a crisis?
And here’s where we’re talking about it, over at the Facebook Authentically Awesome group (if you’re not a member yet, you’ll see a ‘join group’ button when you click the link).
With love, Namaste,
P.S. If drama and stress are a big issue for you, is it time to finally get off the emotional roller coaster? Find out for yourself why so many people have fallen in love with my 14 day Master Your Emotions programme. See you there? xx Clare
I saw this while trying to document how I had done various tasks so that I could them again without having to relearn how to do them. One reason for this is so that when I need to ask someone else to do them for me it will be easier for them to work out how I have done them so they can repeat the task. I am not very good at keeping up to date with things like this as it often seems like a waste of time. After all when we do things we remember how to do them, however we soon forget what we have done and why if we have not got it written down. It is like doing backups we put it of and off and off until such time as we need it and then it is too late.
There again when I moved to north Wales earlier this year one of the first things I did was register at the library. One reason was that it gives me the option of using their computers if I get stuck. Having library access is part of my resilience strategy which is basically try never to put yourself in a situation where you are relying on one way of doing something. Always have an alternative or back up plan you never know when you might need it.
I also learnt years ago when I was in hospital how important it was that he could what was necessary to help me when I was unable to do them myself. In that situation it was making sure I had clean clothes to wear. I ended up sitting in a hospital bed writing out the instructions on how to use the washing machine so that he could go home and wash my clothes so I did not have to wear hospital gowns. I had offered to show him previously but he had refused then when I could not do it he was incapable of doing it. There was no one else I could ask so he had no alternative. Sounds similar to the idea of not being able to switch on the computer. Sometimes we need to train our back up people as well before we have to rely on them.
All I want now is a back up person to train up. The last one decided they preferred the competition.
I listned to your drama story. I liked the idea that you tell about your private drama.
One thing i want to coment from my heart to your heart….slow down…..
For me it sounded you speek breathless….
Remember you are teaching to breath…
We are coleegues…..I’m a meditation teacher in Israel…..
thank you for the sharing
Thank you for your feedback.
I’m really sorry that the video came across that way to you. I can assure you that in the morning I recorded it I had done an hour of yoga and just before the video I did 20 minutes of pranayama.
Thank you for your kind concerns though.
With love, Namaste,