Want a new perspective? Join us Wed Sept 7
If you like many of us are tired of listening to the candidates bash each other, come to a fun, interactive evening with the Young Empowered Speakers and Debaters. They will give you a fresh perspective!
You will have an opportunity to listen to and interact with some brave students who have released their fears and will share their ideas.
Admission to this event will be in the form of one non-perishable food item, which we will then donate to a local food drive to help battle hunger.
Wednesday, September 7, 2016 7:00 – 8:30 PM EST @ BiZtract 255 Great Valley Pkwy, Suite #140 Malvern, PA 19355
Can’t make it out, here are 5 other ways to find a new perspective when you are having a bad moment:
- Use your lifeline – phone a friend – not a text or email, a real old-fashioned phone call where you actually connect to a caring human being and brainstorm alternative ways to view and solve your current situation.
- Connect to nature – step outside and look around. If you are lucky enough to have this be the view from your front door like my dear friend Holly, enjoy it. water is so soothing! No matter where you look outside think about how much bigger your world actually is beyond this moment, the beauty of nature can make you grateful and thankful for what you do have rather than what is annoying you at this moment.
- Listen to music – what’s your favorite song? Put on your headphones and turn it up, no matter where you are! I have so many it’s hard to choose but for today’s blog, I’m attaching my friend Francis Dunnery’s “Grateful & Thankful”. My favorite line from this song: “It’s a myth to say we block things out, when we really block them in”. Not blocking things in will help you gain a new perspective, think about it.
- Exercise – go for a walk or a run, head to the gym for a yoga class, stand up and stretch. Just move and feel those endorphins.
- All of the above – always the famous multiple-choice answer, did any of you believe, if it’s a choice it must be right, like I did? Grab your headphones, put your sneakers on and your dog’s leashes on, go for a walk in a spot you love, call a friend, connect with the beauty of nature around you, and/or listen to your favorite song or simply enjoy the silence.
I hope you enjoy Francis’ song and that it may change your perspective if it needs changing at this moment! Happy TBT!