Relaxation n' stuff
[1 minute self-development] It's hard to relax when you feel physically and mentally drained. So how to do it?
First up this week, a story from Karianne, who sent me an email about her recent brush with illness, and how it came exactly the same time as a crucial work presentation.
I sent you a mail last week to thank you for the gold collection app. I have been using it on and off for half a year and mostly I listen to the motivation,inspiration or creative stuff. I am Future Executive Sales Director for a major cosmetic company and am dependent on my own mental state to keep the good flow. This tool is simple and easy to do. When I listen it's during my daily walk to my office.
I am quite energetic and love to be on the go. And you can only imagine how lost I felt when I was badly hit by a virus a month ago. The doctor ordered me to take it really easy to get rid of it or it might have got worse. Yikes! I had several appointments and an event coming up. I had no backup plan and I just HAD to do it. Every time I took any exercise my heart just sped up and I got dizzy, confused and exhausted . Really bad! It will disappear If I can slow down for a couple of weeks, but of course I had to still present this event.
The day before the event (guess what - it was Friday 13th too), I tried the iRelaxation session and found it really powerful. I have tried anchoring before but not to slow down, just to pump me up;). It was so great.
It really worked very well! Saturday I held the event and I was teaching for 6 hours. Each time I felt the hammering started I manage to slow it down again via anchoring. Even on stage! So much easier than meditating for 20 min;) four times a day (one is more than enough to manage). Fascinating. Thank you so much again.
Sent from my iPhone
Karianne, thank you for your email. Of course there are hundreds of different ways to relax, but in the audiobook iRelaxation that Karianne mentions, I present to you some absolute tried and tested techniques. Click on this link to get it on your iPhone.
Secondly Relax in a minute pops up in Zest magazine this month.
How could the quote to the left apply to you?
I'm currently waking up to a seriously upbeat burst of Fedde Le Grand every morning at the moment...
ps – coming soon, I have an exciting addition to my Gold Collection app. It’s called the High Achievers Gold Club. If you’d like to follow a comprehensive weekly program to help you achieve more than you ever dreamt possible in your life – watch this space.