The Brian Buffini Show
The Brian Buffini Show
Brian Buffini
How To Get Out of a Funk #272
39 minutes Posted Apr 6, 2021 at 12:01 am.
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“When you're in a funk, it's time to go back to the fundamentals of personal growth and development, because I believe the greatest way to get out of a funk is to grow.” – Brian Buffini

Life is designed to have peaks and valleys. We all have highs and lows along the way – that just means we’re human. In this episode, Brian explains why everyone experiences a funk sometimes and how to best get past it. Topics discussed include: the three kinds of funks that exist; why positive self-talk matters; the difference between isolation and solitude; and why you must be careful what you read, watch and listen to.  

 

YOU WILL LEARN:

  • Reasons why you can get into a funk.
  • How to navigate a funk when there is no instant fix.
  • Steps to take to get out of a funk.

 

MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

Chatter,” by Ethan Kross

What to Say When You Talk to Yourself,” by Shad Helmstetter

Episode 40, Getting Caught Talking to Yourself

Boundaries,” by Henry Cloud

Episode 61, The Strangest Secret – by Earl Nightingale

Episode 200, As a Man Thinketh

Episode 220, Napoleon Hill’s Powerful Principles for Perilous Times

 

INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE:

“We have highs, we have lows, we have times we're fired up, we have times when we're just at the bottom. There's nothing wrong with you, you're human.” – Brian Buffini

“It takes grit to be relentlessly positive.” – Brian Buffini

“Talk to yourself like you would to someone you love.” – Brené Brown

“We all need people. And we all do better with people.” – Brian Buffini

“One of the most life-giving things in the world is to serve somebody else.” – Brian Buffini

 

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Theme Music:  “The Cliffs of Moher” by Brogue Wave