Bonus Podcast: How to Reframe Your Mind During the Coronavirus Crisis
Weight-Loss for Food Lovers with Molly Zemek
Episode- How to Reframe your Mind during the Coronavirus Crisis
In this episode, Molly talks about how to reframe your mind during the coronavirus crisis.
She begins by discussing her journey from client to coach, and the impact it’s had on her ability to manage her thoughts. The primitive brain, at its core, likes to focus on negativity as a means for survival. Sometimes, that prevents us from seeing the good in a situation. That’s why the question ‘what is perfect about the timing right now?’ is so important. It can help us reframe our whole life.
Molly relates these concepts to the current situation and how there is more time than ever to make a positive change. The coronavirus crisis provides us with the opportunity to organize our time how we want to, and become the person we want to be. This can be achieved through developing a healthy eating protocol and committing to exercise. Involving others is also encouraged, whether that’s by cooking a meal with your family, or taking advantage of the perspective of a life coach. A daily gratitude list allows us to look at how blessed we truly are.
By reframing your mind, this can become the time when you truly invest in yourself.
- Why now is the perfect time to regain control of your life through new habits and structure.
- How daily movement and exercise are as important as managing your mind.
- The opportunity to experiment with healthy recipes as a family in your kitchen.
- Retraining your brain to be positive through a daily gratitude list.
- Becoming the best version of yourself through the guidance of a life coach.
“I truly believe that now more than ever, managing your mind is one of the top priorities. Or, it should be.”
“What is perfect about the timing right now? Said another way, how can you look at this time in your life and believe that it is truly perfect for you?”
“There is always something good. Life is always 50-50. 50 percent good, 50 percent bad. It doesn’t matter what the situation is. There is always a blessing. There is always a benefit. There is always an opportunity that you can find in a difficult situation.”
“When it does blow over, how do you want to look back on this time? Do you want to look back and see it as an investment that you made in yourself? Because that’s fully possible.”
“It is so, so powerful to have somebody else reflect the thoughts that you’re having back to you.”-
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