David Kundtz (author of The Art of Stopping) joins fellow Mango writer Polly Campbell (author of You, Recharged) on the Simply Said podcast.
Author of The Art of Stopping, David Kundtz talks about the importance of learning to get quiet, to become still so we can hear the wisdom we have within. Kundtz believes we have all the inner wisdom we need to live a good life, but we must break free from the noise of the world to hear it. The inner life dictates the outer life, Kundtz says and in this episode, he tells us how to access that inner wisdom.
Find Polly, www.pollycampbell.com
Contact David Kundtz, https://davidkundtz.com/, stopping.com
The Art of Stopping
How to Be Still When You Have to Keep Going
Stopping is a gift to yourself. Knowing when to breathe and regain a clearer vision of yourself and your surroundings helps give you a fresh perspective and an inner balance meant to help you feel in control of the bigger things.
Who are you? What are your true priorities? Your responsibilities may have taken over and are preventing you from living to your fullest potential. Dr. Kundtz gives you insight into key questions you should be asking.
Stop whatever you’re doing and enjoy the sunrise. Big things can grab your attention but don’t forget to turn around and find the serenity in stillness─the peace in a deep breath, and the happiness in remembering who you are.
How to Beat Fatigue (Mostly), Amp Up Your Energy (Usually), and Enjoy Life Again (Always)
Small Steps, Big Energy. Self-help books for women often encourage you to throw out the life you’re living and create a fresh start. You, Recharged isn’t about that. You don’t have to quit your mundane job, cut out cocktails, or sign off of social media to recharge. Instead, Polly Campbell’s inspirational book is about adding things in―good habits, practices, fun, people, activities, self-care strategies―that ignite your essential energy, the sustainable source that fires you up from within and keeps you going during the good and bad.