26 minutes | Mar 7th 2021

No One Is Coming To Save ME...!

Episode 5 is a kind of "Part 2" to Episode 4, where I shared all about how liberating it can be to acknowledge that no-one is coming to save YOU.  However, after a bit of feedback, and a lot of reflection, I realised that there are some bits missing from that episode, and they are the bits that I set out to get intimate with, as the deep intention of this podcast: messiness and vulnerability.  So now, in Episode 5, I get messy and open up about my own experience of victimhood and responsibility, and some examples of how that has played out in my own life.  LINKS: Cameron Frye's moment of truth I talk about the transformative scene at the end of the film Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and how it perfectly represents the process of taking, claiming responsibility for one's own life. Watch the scene here. (Or better, watch the entire movie!)  Be Do Have Training Series with Jim Fortin Towards the end of this Episode I talk about my mentor Jim Fortin and his awesome Transformational Coaching Program, which I've done a number of times now. RIGHT NOW he is running a FREE video training series called "Be Do Have". It starts on 4 March and runs for a couple of weeks. I invite you to join... it's been a massive help in my life, and something I 100% recommend. Join here: https://israelsmith.com/bedohave Israel Smith – 1:1 Coaching, Inspiring Blogs, and more Website: https://israelsmith.comInstagram: @israelpsmith Mental Health Support Following are a list of Australian mental health support services, taken from this page: Head to Health (to find digital health resources) Beyond Blue (anyone feeling depressed or anxious) — call 1300 22 4636 or chat online Black Dog Institute (people affected by mood disorders) — online help headspace (online tools for young people) Mensline Australia — call 1300 78 99 78 Lifeline (anyone having a personal crisis) — call 13 11 14 or chat online Here are a few global resource listings: https://checkpointorg.com/global/ https://unitedgmh.org/mental-health-support Affiliate Disclaimer: I occasionally refer programs or products that pay me a commission. You don't pay any extra, but if you choose to buy these products/programs/courses/etc, I may earn money from your purchase. There are a couple of qualifiers here:  1) I operate with Integrity in everything I do, and I don't recommend anything I don't personally use or LOVE. If I'm talking about it, it's because I truly believe in it. 2) Earning affiliate commissions helps me continue producing free content like these podcast, and sharing these messages with people who need to hear them.
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