Recovery Position

Recovery Position

According to the National Health Service (NHS) guidelines: If a person is unconscious but is breathing and has no other life-threatening conditions, they should be placed in the recovery position. Putting someone in the recovery position will keep their airway clear and open.

I’ve come to learn that every entrepreneur and business owner should embrace the recovery position at different intervals in the journey of running a business. The recovery position causes the entrepreneur to regain a clearer perspective. The recovery position represents time to think, process and maintain balance amidst the competing priorities of the business owner.

 
The emotional journey of balancing what Robin Sharma calls ‘4 Interior Empires’:
Mind-set, Health-set, Heart-set and Soul-set is essential for every business owners’ personal equilibrium. This is not exclusive to business owners.

Balance is key to progress. In my quest for balance I attended an event hosted by Lord Fox at the House of Commons.  Firstly, I wanted to see if I could manage a day out by myself. Secondly, I wanted to amplify my voice and promote early detection of cancer for women in my community, as well as learn more about the support infrastructure for cancer patients and survivors.

8 weeks post-surgery sooooo much has changed especially my priorities around business. Everything within me wants to stretch.  International opportunities are calling,
A new school of learning is calling.

The world is mourning the death of NBA star Kobe Bryant and his daughter along with 7 other souls that perished in a tragic helicopter accident. This tragic event has shaken the world.  The whole world shifted off the strength of one human. Your life is an opportunity – Never forget that.

Cancer has reinforced to me that tomorrow is not promised.
Cancer has reinforced to me that you should live your dreams.
Cancer has reinforced to me that it is imperative to live well with your family and friends.
Cancer has reinforced to me that taking time and re-assessing priorities is good for your mental and spiritual strength.

I’m sharing this because I want you to get comfortable with checking your breasts (If you are a male check yours too because breast cancer doesn’t only affect women). Recognise what “normal” looks like so that you can be aware when things are abnormal. Cancer does not discriminate!) I know this to be true.

By | 2020-02-06T13:06:01+00:00 February 25th, 2020|Categories: My Insights|0 Comments

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