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 “I can be changed by what happens to me. But I refuse to be reduced by it.” – Maya Angelou

Welcome back to the world of infinite possibility!

If you are tired of sitting through meetings with doctors and schools, barely holding yourself together, and feeling like you are ready to cry, or make someone else cry, this email is for you!

I know it is not just me who gets overwhelmed by the need to explain and prove over and over again to a world that seems to dismiss and under estimate kids with disability.

Did you know what the single most important factor is that helps kids? It is their parent’s

  • high expectations,
  • unshakeable faith in their kids and
  • unwavering advocacy in the face of disbelief or dismissal.

Ok, that’s 3 factors 🙂 But essentially, ONE IDEA

And do you know what the single most important factor is to help you be that parent?

RESILIENCE!

In the words of Maya Angelou:

“I can be changed by what happens to me. But I refuse to be reduced by it.” – Maya Angelou

And since so many of us are in the same rocky boat, I want to share my NUMBER 1 TOOL for building resilience.

I discovered it last week, and it has changed my life.

It is called Fear Setting, and it is Tim Ferris’s phenomenal, easy, and elegant technique to work through our deepest fears.  

And because I am quite obsessed with resilience and being able to get over our inner blocks, I also recorded this podcast with Maureen Michele, MD.

Click here to learn about:

  • The 3 pillars of Advocacy
  • Dr. Maureen’s parent resilience toolkit that she uses herself
  • The single most powerful tool for building inner stability

And just a reminder, no matter how you feel right now, I know that you have that inner resilience, and I can’t wait for you to discover and grow in your inner strength.

Onward,

Vaish

P.S. If anxiety is holding you back, I wanted to remind you that my free anxiety tool kit is available here.