Diana Nightingale comes on the podcast to discuss the work her and her late husband Earl Nightingale started. Earl Nightingale is the dean of personal development as he founded the field with his weekly radio shows and other works. Diana discusses how she has persevered after Earl's death and built the mental resilience that necessary to continue their work.
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From Diana's Website (www.diananightingale.com)
Nightingale - a name, like that of a torch burning brightly in the night, has for more than 60-years, shown brightly on the path that leads to the successes of life!
While, Diana Nightingale is widely recognized as the widow of, Earl Nightingale, Diana, has been presenting her own messages to audiences for more than 30-years. She is an author, a Life Coach Mentor, a speaker, a retreat and seminar leader, speaking to audiences across the US and overseas.
Diana, brings new life to the time-tested Nightingale messages and shows how to make them "work" in today's ever-changing world. Even during the bleakest of times, she is quick to enforce the age-old truth that "we become what we think about".
This a story of DELIBERATE PERSEVERANCE.
It is a story of a man was born in 1937. He was small in stature, struggled with a lisp which naturally lead to low self-esteem in the young man.
His father never made it past the third-grade. Nobody in his family had ever attended college. Against the opinions of most around him, the boy went to college and became a leader in his field despite many obstacles. In 1966, at the age of 28, this man was married, out of work, And his wife was expecting their third child.
His process and deliberate perseverance has become both legend and a great model for anyone who is struggling with their mental health.
This 5 minute podcast outlines his story and process for deliberate perseverance.
As most of the readers of this blog know, struggling with worry, stress or mental illness can be incredibly time consuming and destroys careers. I ran across this presentation from Darren Hardy that has some great information and strategies for people looking to achieve more in their lives. Experience has taught me that it can be difficult for someone who is struggling to process and extract the value in presentations like this so I have summarized it below for our readers. I have listened to this talk over 10 times this year and found new ideas each time. It is my belief that a successful career will not mitigate mental illness, but if you are struggling with your chosen career it can compound any mental struggle.
- Jay Coulter
Jay Coulter is a Mental Health Speaker & Advocate. His team founded the mental health advocacy platform Conquer Worry. Their mission is to create awareness of the resources that are available to those who struggle with mental health. In addition to a Podcast - The Conquer Worry Show, they have quickly built a large audience with over 100,000 social media followers:
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