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Overcoming Hardships and Finding a Life of Abundance with Garrain Jones

Overcoming Hardships and Finding a Life of Abundance with Garrain Jones

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HIGHLIGHTS:

 In a place of difficulty, our own mind can get us out of our struggle and lead us towards a life of abundance. This is what happened to Garrain Jones, today’s guest, an entrepreneur, media sensation, and Transformation Coach who used to be homeless and constantly in and out of prison when young. Garrain found a way to turn his life around by keeping in mind the phrase that a stranger once told him: “Change your mindset, change your life”. 

Highlights

  • Garrain explains his humble and troubled beginnings as a kid growing up in a background where money was a necessity and how an encounter with a homeless stranger changed his life.
  • How a human being tends to adapt to its surroundings and how that made a positive impact in Garrain’s life when he started straightening his path towards positivity.
  • The importance of understanding that you can change and create your life by thinking positively in what you passionately believe in.
  • Garrain encourages people to understand the calling inside their life since they were kids: break the rules and follow your dreams, no matter how big they are.
  • How Garrain managed to learn new things while being imprisoned for two years in France: from reading thousands of books to learning a completely different language from scratch
  • Garrain shares the biggest lessons he has learned during his journey to find happiness
  • Every principle and philosophy that Garrain has learned is now written in his new book, Change your mindset, Change your life, which he strongly recommends reading.

 To learn more about Garrain, visit his website or you can follow him on Instagram

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SPEND TIME WITH LOVED ONES, especially children. In today’s busy world often our time with the ones we love gets put on the back burner. As events, activities, and schools cancel….and more and more people work at home, now is a great chance to get caught up with each other.

REDISCOVER THE SIMPLE THINGS. There was a time when we weren’t “on the clock” 24/7, when our children weren’t spending each evening in activities… when life was a routine. With much of that canceled for the near term, now is an opportunity to have family dinners, play games, read that book that you can never get to. Take a step back from the complications of the world. Take a breather.

FIND THE GOOD IN THINGS. We are bombarded all day and night with the negative things that are going on. There is much criticism over governments, mass hysteria, other nations, etc. But there are good stories out there as well. Stories of people helping people. While it's a shame that we have to work hard to find these, it is worth the effort.

Last, and most importantly, KEEP A POSITIVE MINDSET. It is so easy to succumb to the negativity that flows from a crisis such as this one. But keeping a positive mindset is one of the best things that you can do during this time. Positive energy will help you maintain your health, be productive, and reduce stress. Moreover, it is contagious. Everyone that you come in contact with (from 6 feet away of course) will be affected by your energy, even if just a little bit. And the more positive energy that is released into the world, the better this situation will be and the quicker it will resolve.


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