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Personality Isn't Permanent with Benjamin Hardy




About this Episode


Hi folks, it's Lyn here.


It's May 14, 2020. Erik and I are here in the current United States epicenter of the virus. In fact, before I married Erik, I lived in the Kirkland, WA neighborhood where the first 19 lives were lost at the Life Care Center.


With COVID-19 top of mind for the globe I'm realizing that our world is going to change and will likely never be the same. My hope is that we all are thinking more globally, that we are more quick to come together as a community, and that we all learn how to be more compassionate and loving humans at our core.


In this conversation with Ben, he talks about how our personalities are less permanent than we think they are. He gives us strategies and outlooks for how we can in some ways change who we fundamentally are.


Our past experiences do not have to dictate our future personality.


We don't have to stay stuck.


There are second, third, and fourth chances in life.


But, it doesn't come naturally and you must learn how to tap into the practices required to make this happen


Benjamin Hardy's upcoming book releases June 16, 2020, but his message is so poignant for today that we wanted to get this conversation to you ahead of the change we inevitably going to see globally. I want all of us to be thinking of how we as individuals would like to change and then use Ben Hardy's tools to help us get there along the way.


Then, when his book launches, I'll remind you to pick up your own copy!


Sincerely,

Lyn




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