Tough Times? This Navy SEAL Can Teach You To Thrive

Creating Change When You Feel Hopeless

“I can tell you from personal experience, that one small shift is all it takes to start seeing massive change in your life.” – Jennifer Dawn, Business & Blogging Coach at Jennifer Dawn

If you had asked me 10 years ago if I had ever thought I would be speaking in front of any size of audience, I would have given you a resounding Absolutely Not!

Having suffered from self esteem issues my entire life , I was the kind of kid that would panic at the thought of being called on in class. This followed me into my adulthood. I always felt like I was not enough and this ultimately led to debilitating panic attacks and chronic illness for over a decade.

I remember being confined to a lazy boy for 8.5 months , going through severe withdrawal from all of the medications and I had been on and feeling like I was dying several times per day. I felt unsupported and hopeless. I kept replaying old scenarios in my head that would ultimately bring on another wave of anxiety, panic and fear…

Tough Times? This Navy SEAL Can Teach You To Thrive

Every day we hear someone say something like “we’re living in unprecedented times.” If there were ever an “oh, duh” comment, that would be it.

“You must recognize your reality. The faster you stop denying the problems and accept that you are in a crisis or ambush, the faster you can start moving forward.”

Jason Redman – author of Overcome: Crush Adversity with the Leadership Techniques of America’s Toughest Warriors.

In the age of a worldwide pandemic, it’s hard to find an adjective that does justice to the heartache and damage. As of this writing, some 2.5 million people have died from Covid-19. Literally billions of jobs have been affected. People everywhere are dealing with hardships they never saw coming…

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