We’re all doing the best we can, only I know how real the anxiety and overwhelm can feel and why I’ve written you a guide that will support you as you navigate through these uncertain times. It’s full of great strategies that are really easy to implement so you can live your best life even when it feels like the world is falling apart.
Through every catalyst comes phases of recovery. In phase one; at a time when it’s difficult to hold a thought, or find the strength to get out of bed the most important thing you can do is just stop. Breathe. And then focus on the basics; family, food and fresh air. In phase two, it’s time to reclaim a semblance of your strength both physically and emotionally. In other words now is the time to focus on your vitality. To feel empowered when our world is spinning out of control takes small daily, consistent steps. It’s those steps that encourage us to get up, get dressed and live our best possible day – even when the world is changing so dramatically and we can no longer imagine what our future will hold.
From Buzz Aldrin to Kate Winslet to Maya Angelou – imposter syndrome has made them all doubt their talents and accomplishments. Buzz Aldrin, waiting for his turn to speak at a conference turns to the person next to him and says, “I don’t know what I’m doing here – all these other speakers have actually accomplished something – what have I ever done? Kate Winslet often talks about feeling like a fraud when she’s on set and the world changer Maya Angelou once said, “I’ve written 11 books and each time I think, uh oh – they’re going to find me out now! So if the first man on the moon, an Oscar winning actress and the highly accomplished and extraordinary Maya Angelou can suffer from imposter syndrome, then we are in good company.