Inspiring, Celebrating & Promoting Thrivabiity
It’s no secret that our culture is obsessed with pursuing the ‘ideal’ body. Here are some strategies to counter the pressure to conform.
There are things we can do to keep our body healthy and strong, but to have a thriving body we need to have a thriving mind.
I met Liam Foldi at a recent B1G1 event. He’s an amazing entrepreneur, doing business for good – raising money for various charities around the world, creating employment opportunities for minority communities in Melbourne – all this is great in itself, but add to that – he is 16!
While so many could not bring themselves to do more than sign the occasional online petition for any number of causes that seemed not to threaten our lives or comforts immediately, April brought suffering and death directly to the front door.
Depending on the change, adjustment can take a long time or a short time. Change will come; it always does. We can be prepared or unprepared. We can adjust or stay put. It can be an easy transition or a hard one. How we adjust, though, is always up to us.
It may sound counter-intuitive but the key to thriving is struggle. So, if you have really struggled in lockdown this is your opportunity – grab it with everything you have!