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3 Steps to Handling Any Crisis in 2022 - JP Pawliw-Fry #5381

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Summary: How do you live your best life despite what is happening around you? I sit down with JP Pawliw-Fry to talk about dealing with adversity, especially as we dive into 2022. His vision emerged when he was at a Buddhist monastery and learned more about managing emotions and maintaining peace. We are generally as happy as we allow ourselves to be, so it’s highly important to look at your habits, relationships, and circumstances to know yourself better and gauge what changes may need to occur. Highlights: -Pawliw-Fry’s vision emerged when he was at a Buddhist monastery and learned about managing emotions and maintaining peace -We oftentimes find ourselves suffering more than we need to -People are generally as happy as they allow themselves to be -50% of happiness comes from within, and the other 50% comes from the situation we find ourselves in; this drives behavior -When you look at the science, happiness is more driven by intention -If you notice that someone in your life is unhealthy, you need to decide if this relationship is serving you. Boundaries are extremely important -It’s important to understand what you do under pressure—do you approach or avoid? -How you start your day can also play a large role in your outlook on life Useful Links: Financial Survival Network The Last 8%

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