We are having a cosmic coronavirus wake up call. There’s nothing like a pandemic to stop everyone in their tracks. But will this global experience actually change us for the good? In this episode I explore this question and whether post COVID-19 the new normal will just be like the way it was before.
*Full transcript will be available soon at the bottom of this page.
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[Podcast] Simpler Living
Just before the pandemic I interviewed simpler living expert Kim Duke on the topic of “how much is enough?”
Seems like a relevant question now.
Something to think about:
We are in the midst of a messy metamorphosis.
Imagine the most beautiful world post cocoon.
What do you want the world to look like on the other side.
Something to try:
How will you respond to this cosmic coronavirus wake up call?
Out of this mess what parts do you want to keep going forward?
Create a mindmap of the most essential routines, habits, practices and mindsets that will serve you post pandemic.
You can grab your FREE homework Awareness & Action guide HERE
Scroll on down to the comments section and share your thoughts….
Do you think this is a cosmic wake up call?
What do you think is going to happen post pandemic?
Will this experience make us change?
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CREDITS: The Being & The Doing podcast is produced by Neela Bell. Voiceovers by Jason Harris. Music is GoodMorning Sunshine by Yoav Alyagon and Firefly by Scott Buckley.