Topics We Explored:
- How you can look at life-changing moments through a lense of clarity to reflect on how you want to continue moving forward
- Why it sometimes takes having a breakdown to have a breakthrough
- How shifting your identity can take a while, and what you can do to try to overcome the triggers that take you back to the past
- What you can do to set goals that push you past your comfort zone but are also realistic
- Why focusing on the “do” to take action can help you thrive in your pursuits rather than just doing the bare minimum to get through
“The strong, stable ground is self-love. That’s as simple as believing that you’re capable, and believing that you deserve.” – Bryan Falchuk (Tweet this)
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About Bryan Falchuk:
Bryan Falchuk went from being obese and depressed, and nearly losing his wife to illness while their young son watched, to running marathons and becoming a vegan. He got his Master’s degree from a top school and rose to a senior executive position in a successful business. Now he’s a best-selling author and has written articles for many major publications like Inc. Magazine, the Chicago Tribune, and LA Times. He’s transformed his life and developed an approach to help others do the same that he teaches in his best-selling book Do a Day.
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