So what happened on last week’s show? Lian was with Craig Richardson. Craig joins many today who are engaged in asking the question, “What does it mean to be fully and authentically human?” As an advocate of the human rewilding movement he is interested in applying this question to all areas of life, including parenting, nutrition, education, lifestyle, and spirituality.
In this show we spoke how we can make different choices about how we raise and school our children to allow them to reach their full potential as human beings. We speak about unschooling, rewilding, attachment parenting and more. And what impact this way of raising children could have on the world and the future as a whole!
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And this week’s show is with Tony Broadbent. Tony’s a State of Mind and Performance Specialist who works via speaking events, public, private and corporate training programmes, and one to one coaching.
Tony’s original fascination with human potential was first sparked in 1978 whilst studying martial arts and resulted in him achieving two first dan black belts. He spent his younger years training to be a stuntman where his areas of expertise were skydiving, high board diving, gymnastics, trampolining, stunt driving and martial arts, so he’s able to draw on personal experience when sharing the impact of operating from a clear mind in high pressure and high adrenaline situations.
He works with a diverse range of clients including sports professionals, business leaders, sales teams, entrepreneurs, companies, elite athletes, as well as general members of the public.
In this show, we explore whether change is possible in instant, and if so… how to create it.
I’d love to know what YOU think about this week’s show. Let’s carry on the conversation… please leave a comment below.
What you’ll learn from this episode:
- However long someone as suffered with something, whether that’s OCD, anxiety, depression or anything else, the opportunity is always there to see it for the thought-created experience that it is.
- Even if something seems difficult in one moment, understanding that we always have the capability to think differently in the next moment is so freeing.
- Whatever you’re going through, do you have moments in which you don’t feel that way? Can you see that your thoughts DO change and in those moments, you feel differently?
Resources and stuff that we spoke about:
- Tony’s website
- The episode about the three principles with Dave Kibby that I mentioned
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