Episode 143: Reclaiming your life with fellow rebel Miles Seecharan
Have I got an episode for you this week! Miles Seecheran fellow rebel and freedom fighter generously shares his adventures in overwhelm and how we can reclaim our lives from the expectations and pressures of today’s crazy world.
Miles is a Manchester-based coach and trainer teaching the Getting Things Done methodology (or ‘GTD’ for short), a comprehensive way of managing work and life that helps you get things done more quickly, more easily, and with a lot less stress.
You can find out more about him here:
· LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/milesseecharan/
The book he mentions is:
Getting Things Done by David Allen
Welcome to the Overwhelm is Optional podcast where each week we find ways to gently rebel against the nonsense that overwhelm and exhaustion are just the price you pay to have the life you want.
Heidi Marke is a Coach, Teacher, Podcaster & Author
Having managed to embarrassingly and painfully burn out losing her once-loved and hard-worked-for career, confidence, health and financial stability - whilst prioritizing her selfcare (yes, really!) she now quietly leads The Gentle Rebellion - inviting you to gently, but firmly, rebel against the idea that to have the life you want you to have to push through overwhelm and exhaustion. You don’t.
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Disclaimer: This podcast is recorded with the intention to sooth and inspire you to reclaim your life from overwhelm. It is not intended as advice and should not be taken as such. Should you decide to use any of the information in this podcast for yourself, the podcast host assumes no responsibility for your actions.
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