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Episode Info: Dr. Amy Cannatta is the #1 International Best Selling Author of PURSEpective; From Ruin to Resilience and she writes for The Huffington Post. From the age of 13 her friends and family told her to write a book about her life experience, and the way she views the world. She finally decided to write a book 2 years ago after winning a speech competition that she entered at a business conference. In her winning speech she told her story of overcoming domestic violence, her struggles to get through chiropractic school, and how resilience helped her overcome her challenges. Several members of the audience encouraged her to write a book because other women were out there who would want to hear her story and how she thrived with her resilient attitude through her adversity. From the moment she decided to write her book it took less than a year for her to write it, publish it, and have it become a number one bestseller on Amazon. For Amy, it was a truly supernatural experience. She is passionate about teaching you how changing your perspective can turn tragedy into personal transformation. This was such an uplifting discussion. We talk about the power of resilience, building resilience, dealing with depression, and how to change your mindset in this powerful podcast interview. Building Resilience Resilience is a universal power that every human being has the ability to tap into. Resilience is the ability to pick yourself up after you fail. The faster you are able to recover from failure the more time you’re able to devote on this earth to living your purpose. Tapping into resilience is a skill you can master. All you have to do is commit to doing something every day that takes you outside of your comfort zone. It’s being outside of your comfort zone that allows you to grow as a spiritual being. The more comfortable you get with being uncomfortable, the more successful you will become. When you are afraid of doing something ask yourself, “if I do this and fail will it kill me?” If the answer is no, the truth is you have nothing to lose. Dealing with Depression The most important thing anyone dealing with depression needs to know is that it’s okay to get help. If you don’t have a therapist or doctor you trust, ask people you trust for recommendations. 350 million people around the world suffer from depression. Know that you aren’t alone in what you’Read more »

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