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The Resilience Workshop

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Live Masterclass

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  1. Tracie Hodgson

    That was interesting Helen. My decisions that I seem to be constantly going around and round with are around whether taking my art business online is ever going to be worth it or if I should just go get a 9-5 job that won’t be pulling at me constantly. Excited to see what is coming in your next videos!

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    • Helen Soutar

      Oh that’s a tough one, isn’t it? I suspect that if you were able to get your 5 pillars in alignment that you’d be able to come up with other options – you could do both if you had the time and energy, or look for a part-time job to take the pressure off the business

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      • Tracie

        It is a tough one. Well I’m excited to learn more about the 5 pillars and how to align them. Wish I had more time and energy – lol 😝

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  2. Sophie Shaw

    So interesting! I often wonder why I’m so hopeless at making decisions. And those old stories and scripts – I so resonate about growing up with negative ideas about what a woman should be, do, say, etc.

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    • Helen Soutar

      Yes, it’s so obvious once you see it isn’t it? Once I’d realised decision making wasn’t something you could just be good at regardless of what else was going on in your life, it made it much easier to deal with

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  3. Sophie Shaw

    From the last video – communication was my weakest area by far – I hate tough conversations and I would MUCH rather not have to have them at all. I can just about cope with a tough email or chat exchange, but face to face makes me go into fight or flight mode. That being said – I can present as if I’m terribly calm and reasonable, but inside my emotions are in a blender!

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    • Helen Soutar

      Yeah, this is such a common one and it has such a big impact then on your boundaries too. I really think that being able to have those difficult conversations is a real gamechanger

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