When faced with a great deal of challenges and hardships, how can you make the most of a difficult year? There’s no hiding that 2020 was a rough one, but what can we learn from it?
I’ll admit that my toes start to curl at the mention of 2020 being a “write off”. Sure, it wasn’t the year any of us signed up for, but it was the one we got.
2020 has – and will continue to – bring incredible learnings along with the enormous suffering and difficulties we’ve witnessed.
Even if things are not the same as they once were, there are still always lessons to be learned.
If you’re still struggling to find the silver lining on the 2020 cloud, then I have no doubt this week’s PPMP podcast will help.
Sonja Walker, Founder and Director of Kids First Services, joins the podcast once again for an unbelievably insightful episode on making the most of a difficult year.
We talk all-things 2020 including her post-COVID learnings, team progression, and self-care.
We also explore her book, School Ready, and how it’s impacted her life both professionally and personally.
Listening to Sonja’s journey creating School Ready brings the question to mind:
Is there something you’ve got on the back burner that you’d love to create or publish? If something is holding you back, why?
Regardless of the pandemic or not, making the most of a difficult year and supporting one another is important in all walks of life.
Whether you’re still struggling with finding any positives in 2020 or just keen for some fresh perspective, this episode is a must-listen for anyone in allied health.