Thank you Steve Goodner of EQFIT for your question which was inspired by Patrick Mahomes’ response to re-injuring his ankle near the end of the first half of Super Bowl LVII:
“What have you developed to get through the pain?”
- The emotional intelligence displayed by Patrick Mahomes
- How and when to be intentional with pain and stress
- Exercise: make a list of things you can do to create the shift Rick talks about
PLAN TO BE YOUR BEST
…As You Navigate Pain©
Positive and practical ways to lead yourself and others when pain and stress challenges everything.
Why This Matters – Rick’s Original Invitation:
Excerpt from Rick's Video
Leaders and their teams have something in common which we’ve never seen before in our lifetime: most of you are in some degree of pain…physically, emotionally or both.
The journey you’re on can be exhausting and test you in every aspect of life and work.
Learn how to lead yourself and others when pain and stress are overwhelming by applying the strategies and skills in PLAN TO BE YOUR BEST …As You Navigate Pain.
Eight live virtual programs
Starts Thursday, Feb. 23
This involves what it means to lead and includes active planning and motivation that’s based on my 40+ years of pain management, consulting to hundreds of leaders, and 10 years of being a facilitator and caregiver for people in personal or professional crisis.
“Your methodology is much more precise, and you galvanized us.”
Joseph Avena, Senior Director, IPRO
8 LIVE VIRTUAL PROGRAMS
Starts Feb. 23, 1 p.m. (Eastern)
Designed with leaders and teams in mind, though all are welcome.
- Each live program will focus on one of the eight strategies, including how and why they work
- PLAN: questions and discussion so you can gain new energy and focus
- BE YOUR BEST: skills and disciplines you can apply
- My plan and what you can learn from it
- Your questions answered
- Supporting resources for you
Please reply to that email with any questions and how this could be especially helpful for you.
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