Podcast: Create More Space in a Smaller World

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How can we create more space when our world has shrunk quite considerably in this time of the pandemic? Listen in as I share my thoughts on how we can expand our world within our heads and our capabilities.

Topics Discussed in this Episode:

How to create more space

Hobbies and projects

Understanding what wellbeing really means to you

Interacting and engaging more with the world around you

Key Takeaways:

There are things you can do to improve your mental wellbeing. Hobbies and projects are wonderful ways to get out of your own head, create more space, and take up more space in a smaller world.

Now is a really good opportunity to do some introspection and understand your values around wellbeing.

The more we tune in to nature and interact with the natural world, our own personal worlds will open up and we can really start engaging with life at different levels.

Action Steps:

Expand what you can do by taking up a new hobby or starting a new project.

Take some time to reflect on what wellbeing means to you.

Get back to the basics and tune in more to nature.

Leanne said:

“I don’t think we really know what we’re missing and what impact the stuff that we can’t do is having on us. I just don’t think you can see what the storm is like and the damage it might be causing when you’re in the eye of the storm.”

“I could probably go quite a while with not optimal nutrition, and I could probably stop meditating, and I wouldn’t wither over the course of two or three months. But one thing that would really get me very quickly is a lack of autonomy.”

Share this episode with anyone who wants to hear it. As always, if you want to register your interest in some of the ideas that I’m putting together with Bodyshot Performance, send an email to anne@bodyshotperformance.com.

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