Welcome to the last episode of season 3, and 2019! In the final episode of last year, I spoke about all the lessons I learned during 2018. Looking back and reflecting on everything that’s happened to me this year, I decided that it would be a pretty good way to end this season’s podcast episodes as well because 2019 has been both the worst and the best year I can ever remember, and I’ve learned such a lot from all I’ve been through. Today, I share my lessons with you in the hope that you will learn something from them too, so listen in, to find out what I learned from 2019.
I love doing this podcast! It’s great fun and it’s always such a pleasure to get wonderful emails from people all over the world, telling me how much they enjoy listening to the podcast, and saying that I keep them company while they’re mixing buttercream, waiting to pick up their kids, or when they can’t sleep at night. I think it’s very cool that I get to be part of so many of your lives! Thank you for that! And a big thank you to all of you for being part of the podcast and part of my life too! Tune in now, to hear about all the lessons I learned this year.
- This year, I had a pretty rough time with depression.
- My kids are growing up so fast!
- Our industry has changed a lot. In some ways for the better and, in others, for the worse.
- My word for this year is ‘phoenix’.
- Trust your instincts.
- I learned that people who tell you “this is your problem” don’t necessarily even know what your problem is.
- Tune in to your inner voice to figure out what’s really going on.
- Consistency will always trump one-hit-wonders.
- I’ve learned to walk every day and I found that consistently forcing myself outside has made a huge difference to my life.
- Getting out makes a huge difference in how you see the world and how you see your troubles.
- This year, I learned that our industry has leveled out a lot.
- Don’t allow other people’s judgment to force you to make changes you don’t want.
- People are more forgiving than you think so it’s okay if you drop the ball sometimes.
- Manifesting works.
- Giving feels good!
- The greatest gifts often come from the worst circumstances.
- We go through different seasons in our lives and some of them can be long and dark.
- The judgment of others should not dictate how you should live your life.
Links and Resources:
Christine Kane – www.christinekane.com
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