In this enlightening episode of "CMT 4 Me," hosts Chris and Elizabeth welcome Arda Ozdemir, a spiritual mentor, executive life coach, and author. Arda shares his transformative journey from a finance executive to a life coach, and how understanding and managing stress can lead to better health and wellbeing. This episode is a must-listen for anyone seeking to navigate the emotional challenges of living with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease.
- Understanding your stress and the role of repressed feelings in our reactions to life situations can lead to better health and wellbeing.
- The grieving process is a crucial part of coming to terms with a diagnosis like CMT. Acknowledging one's emotions and feelings is an important step towards acceptance and new beginnings.
- Arda's journey from a finance executive to a life coach demonstrates the power of personal transformation and the potential to find new purpose in life.
This episode is a testament to the power of personal transformation and the importance of emotional wellbeing. Whether you're living with CMT or know someone who is, Arda's insights offer a fresh perspective on navigating life's challenges. Don't forget to share this episode with your community and help spread the message of hope.
- 00:00 - 02:30: Introduction of hosts Chris and Elizabeth and guest Arda Ozdemir.
- 02:30 - 10:00: Arda shares his personal journey from being a finance executive to becoming a life coach.
- 10:00 - 25:00: Discussion on understanding stress and the role of repressed feelings in our reactions to life situations.
- 25:00 - 40:00: Arda talks about the grieving process when diagnosed with a disease like CMT and the importance of acknowledging one's emotions and feelings.
- 40:00 - 52:25: Closing remarks, Arda's final thoughts, and outro.
- Learn more about Arda and his work at Rise 2 Realize
- Check out Arda's books, including "The Art of Becoming Unstuck," available on Amazon
- Read more about Arda's journey and his approach to coaching on his About page
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