Ft. Amy Livingstone
Have you ever felt so stuck in your routine that everyday feels like groundhog day? Between working overtime, commuting, and taking care of your family and friends you find yourself having very little time for you. If you answered yes, then this is the episode for you!
In this episode of Ellis In Wunderland, we sit down with Amy Livingstone an expert in building resilience in the workplace. Amy is a wellbeing advocate and her passion is to empower workplace wellbeing to navigate 21st century change, chaos and crisis. Her expertise in transformation, global leadership and wellbeing resilience helps people to navigate peak performance and go from Nine to Thrive!
Amy shares with us key insights and simple strategies that you can put into place today to shake up your routine, give back to yourself and ultimately thrive in both the workplace and in life! If you want to reach out to Amy you can find her on her website or connect with her onFacebook and Instagram
Ft. Jamie Wheal
**Special White Rabbit Edition**
Our White Rabbit Editions are footage and recordings of conversations not originally intended for the podcast, but worth sharing!
In this White Rabbit edition, listen in as Jamie Wheal - Executive Director of the Flow Genome Project (FGP) provides solid sounding points for emotional, spiritual and tactical actions as the world as we now it changes at lightning speed.
In the words of Jamie Wheal “It’s lively times and we hope everyone is keeping heads up and hearts open”.
As our newsreels and newsfeeds tell the tales of empty grocery stores, social distancing memes, borders closing and hygiene tips. This repurposed recording gifted to us by the FGP team offer us a larger frame of how to remain in a high performing state during VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) times, the message is one that shares an anti-fragile secret to surviving and thriving in challenging conditions.
As the world got crazier people began to reach out to the FGP team for recommendations on the practical and tactical of surviving and thriving. They then hosted a Zoom call with their community that went into some depth on what they have learned guiding expeditions in remote corners of Nepal and Tibet, leading off-grid base camps for months at a time in the forest (no electricity or refrigeration), tracking the emergency responsiveness of the Burning Man community, and being privy to a bunch of high level off-line dialogues with their three letter agency, DC, WHO, SOCOM, existential risk friends.
If you’re looking to distill the complex information out there right now this recording will raise your awareness (without the panic) and can provide you with the means to Embrace the Suck, Take the Hit as a Gift. Savor and Save the World and Above All, Be Kind.
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Georgia Ellis is a Law abiding, Rule breaking, Fear conquering, Future Creating and a Super Curious Human Being - Yep that's me!