It is now 3 months since officially launching The Energise Academy. I wish I could say this new career of being a Health Educator, a Lifestyle Coach and Marketeer has been easy, but it hasn’t.
I was diagnosed with cancer three years ago, six months after a high intensity stem cell transplant I had a relapse. I wouldn’t let my oncologist tell me the revised prognosis, I just focussed on getting better.
I have since discovered my situation was considered terminal and that the majority of patients in a similar situation don’t make it past six months.
It was at this junction that my mindset shifted from ‘maybe cancer was just one of those things’ to ‘I helped create it, so I can help shift it.’ Explaining how this came about is another story for another time.
Firstly, let's look at how the World Health Organisation’s definition of health.
"Health is a state of complete physical, mental...
So much guru advice encourages us to step outside our comfort zones, when in reality, the place we know as home mentally and emotionally isn’t really somewhere we could really call home.
For me I lived outside my comfort zone thinking that’s where success and happiness was, when in actual fact it was right inside my comfort zone I had just forgotten who I was at my core and deepest level.
My advice for anyone that experiences excessive stress, over works, has addictions to really go inside and look for the answers and rediscover our pure and authentic selves.
Every single one of us are amazing creations and whatever your religious beliefs we are gods creation and are perfection in motion.
We need to be open to evolve ourselves physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Be vulnerable, accept ourselves fully for who we are.
For a moment forget the bullshit we tell ourselves on a daily basis.
Connect with your potential...
After being diagnosed with cancer in 2016, Cheryl Lapansee from Michigan talks about her experience and what she has done to help herself recover from the disease combining both lifestyle improvements with modern medicine.
Youtube Video: Energise Academy Interview: Mark Bryant and Cheryl Lapansee
Mark: Hello, everybody. Here I am again from Florida, and I thought I'd do my first ever interview. The interview's with Cheryl, and she's from Michigan and somebody I've met over here in the Hippocrates, and she has an amazing story, as well, which she can share. Just tell us a little bit about what happened, how you found out that you had the cancer, then how you took steps to overcome that.
Cheryl: Okay, thanks for talking to me Mark. I'm glad to share with you. First of all, I was diagnosed with cancer two years ago, and what I noticed right away was they wanted to rush me instantly into chemotherapy, and I just felt like I needed to take a breath and...
Being diagnosed with cancer, having a major relapse after the treatment and being considered terminally ill, I have had the opportunity to look at every aspect of my life that may have been contributing to me getting the disease in the first place. I have had the opportunity to seek out and work with many of the world’s leading health experts.
I have learned that creating an awesome lifestyle boils down to five key steps:
In many ways being diagnosed with cancer was a gift. It has allowed me the time to focus on what was and wasn’t working in my life physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
One of the most important lessons I have learned is that you can run your body like an entrepreneur runs a business. An entrepreneur needs to measure the areas of the business that need managing.
"You can’t manage what you don’t measure."
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