I was grateful to get Dan Haesler on to talk about how he is maintaining his mental fitness during the lockdown in Australia. We discussed his excellent '21 Ways in 21 Days' program for improving wellbeing, which he put together in response to the enforced lockdown due to the global pandemic. I am always inspired by my chats with Dan, especially by the reflections they bring on afterwards and the different vantage points my thinking shifts to. I hope you find this chat useful.
As always, please engage with us, comment, like and share the chat with others.
Stay strong, be kind to yourself, and take care of others.
Here are a few teasers from the chat:
Do the little things everyday to improve your wellbeing
He and his team are being forced to show up and walk the walk everyday
Be intentional in how you find meaning and help others around you
Practicing good mental skills can really help deal with the environment around us
We can only control how we show up each day
Uncertainty is like kryptonite for us humans
Don't let the pressure cooker blow up; Raise your hand and ask for help
Recognise where we are and accept the reality (optimism versus realism)
What you can do to make the next 60mins or 24hrs better
Don't lose hope
Here is the link to join Dan's wellbeing program.
21 Ways in 21 Days: https://www.thrivinglife.coach/21ways
Here is the link to the podcast we discuss.
Finally, here is how you can keep in touch with Dan
LinkedIn: Dan Haesler