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Lockdown Lessons With Mark Mulligan

 

Corona has changed all aspects of our lives… how we work, how we play and how we connect with others. All this change has been challenging, indeed AXA found that 63% of people experienced an increase in work related stress over lockdown.

However, challenge also creates opportunity. Opportunity for reflection and for growth.  As our very own Olympian Leon Taylor says: “Nobody was ever comforted a gold medal.” Or as Nietzsche says: “That which does not kill us makes us stronger.”

So, this month’s video is all about how you can harvest the learning from lockdown and use it as a catalyst for growth so that you can create a thriving
future for yourself.

In this 7 minute video you’ll get to discover:

  1. What are the aspects that you’ve enjoyed and what do you want to maintain?
  2. What’s really important to you?
  3. What hasn’t worked for you and what do you want to change?
  4. You’ll get to understand your interpersonal needs and what you need to do … so that you can create a new norm where you feel:
  5. In Control
  6. Connected with others
  7. A sense of Belonging

Let’s Make Things Better

Imagine the Possibilities
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