How to Follow your Joy and Do Hard Things: Mindset Tips I Learned Through Adult Gymnastics
Episode #008 - Is there something that you really enjoyed doing as a kid? Maybe you are drawn to a new skill or project, and the idea of it lights up your soul? However, you give yourself excuses such as: "I'm too old", "I'm too young", "I don't have enough experience", "it's too late for me", etc. Are you choosing to conform to that little, albeit loud voice in your head, or to what society and the people in your life are saying? If so, please listen in. Today's episode is about my adult gymnastics journey and how it has helped me step into my joy and improve my mindset. So, hopefully, you walk away inspired to try new things, follow your heart, stretch your comfort zone and lead a more meaningful life.
Ways to silence your inner critic.People who have challenged common beliefs and made a difference by following their joy.Where to look for inspiration, so you can see what is possible for you.7 Mindset lessons and tips I have learned through my adult gymnastics journey that you can apply to follow your own joy.
Additional resources mentioned in this episode are:
Oliver Burkeman's Book, Four Thousand Weeks.Amy Purdy and her inspiring journey. For more inspo watch her first TED TalkDr. Edith Eger who wrote her first book, The Choice at age 90, an incredible gift to this world.Chellsie Memmel and her inspiring journey back into adult gymnastics.Gymnasts Shawn Johnson and Mykayla SkinnerAnd a special shout out to my coach Claire Heafford who I do not directly name in the podcast, but who deserves a special shout out for the incredible work she is doing. If you are in London and want to try adult gymnastics @resetlabgymnastics is the place to go.
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