What we forgot to tell you….
You may not have heard from us for a while but we have been busy…! Our podcasts continue to build with guests and tips and strategies to build resilience – click on a link to hear more…
In this podcast Patrick’s tells us how helping his own daughter get on the property ladder made him consider the financial uncertainty facing the majority of under 35’s. Hear his thoughts on how a good financial strategy can help build financial resilience for the younger generation by maximising the financial leverage of the older generation.
Patrick highlights the short and long-term problems faced by young people not able to get on the property ladder and how the older generation releasing equity from their property and pensions can be seen as sound both financially and socially.
Patrick has worked in the financial services industry since 1979, setting up his own firm, Financial Planning Partners, 1985. His mission has always been to deliver the highest quality financial planning advice to provide a positive impact for all his clients.
Rachel Cullen is a writer, blogger, author and runner, as well as a reformed ex-commercial litigation solicitor! Additionally though, Rachel suffered from bipolar disorder and body dysmorphia and spent many years feeling trapped and miserable, using Prozac and alcohol to live a life that to her wasn’t authentic. Eventually though she turned to running and fitness to change her life and her debut book ‘Running For My Life’ details her journey from bipolar non-runner to medal-winning marathon runner.
In this podcast, Rachel picks up on how the negativity of being ‘labeled’ has affected her over the years. From being an ‘academic’ child steered away from sport, Rachel become the ‘career professional’ appearing to have everything but hiding mental health issues, to the ‘runner’ winning 20k road races and putting up best for age times in the London Marathon seemingly without any effort.
Rachel highlights how labeling can eliminate possibilities by putting people into a pigeon holes and then stops them from evolving into their next challenge. She also talks about how the empowerment she found in running gave her the strength to deal with her ‘inner chimp’ as well as deal with her mental health issues.
A short guide into tips and strategies to build more resilient relationships by our podcast host, Dr. Russell Thackeray
Joanna Jast from theshapeshiftersclub.com helps you understand your role in ‘letting go’ in order to build resilience and focus
Hypnotherapist and trainer Mark Tyrell showed us how hypnotherapy creates resilience
There are a lot more podcasts from a large variety of guest speakers on our website, so visit qedod.com to listen and download – we also have a load of new and interesting guests and subjects coming soon, including:
- Building Financial Resilience
- How to have a great Christmas holiday
- Football and Resilience
- Rebuilding your Brain following trauma
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