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If Only They Knew Amelia Sordell (Klowt Agency)

If Only They Knew Amelia Sordell (Klowt Agency)

Dive into the mind of successful entrepreneur Amelia Sordell, founder of Personal Branding Agency Klowt. Personal Branding specialist, Amelia Sordell, speaks to Ted Lawlor on the If Only They Knew Podcast . From putting boundaries in place as an entrepreneur to the one thing Amelia wished she knew, the founder of Klowt speaks in-depth about the mindset of an entrepreneur. Listen to the audio here or watch the Youtube video below:

Podcast: Girls Adventure Club

Podcast: Girls Adventure Club

Girls Adventure Club speak to Ted Lawlor of If Only They Knew. Access the full chat here .

Love Corn Sponsor Mindset Workouts by If Only They Knew

Love Corn Sponsor Mindset Workouts by If Only They Knew

Love Corn will be sponsoring the first-ever Mindset Workout (a unique learning & networking experience).
Created by wellness hub, If Only They Knew, Mindset Workouts are a series of events aimed at teaching people practical wellness techniques to regain control of their mind, body & life. The first event in the series is 'Singles Night' and will take place on the 12th April at The Exhibit in Balham, London.

As it's singles night, it makes sense for healthy snack brand ' Love Corn ' to bring some more love into the room with their delicious crunchy corn snacks.
You can get one of the few remaining tickets here .

How to thrive, not just survive, with ADHD

How to thrive, not just survive, with ADHD

Today, many people are beginning to believe they have ADHD (Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) due to a lack of focus, random hyperactivity and many other symptoms. For years, this "disorder" has been labelled negatively and left people struggling to figure out how to survive with their ADHD and the 2 year+ NHS diagnosis waiting list has left many people suffering. However, it doesn't have to be this way. Whether you are medically diagnosed or not, I'm here to say that you can not only survive with ADHD, but you can actually THRIVE with what I call a superpower. As you can see in the articles below, I spoke to BBC News and MyLondon about how I struggled in my 9-5 life as I did not realise I had ADHD and most importantly, I didn't know how to cope with it. If you want a toolkit to help you thrive with your ADHD, then send me a message as I can help you. Click here to enquire about my 1:1 ADHD Coaching sessions. For context, I'm Ted Lawlor , the 25-year-old Unconscious Mind Therapist from London and I help people like yourself find focus & fulfilment. I have been featured in Forbes, BBC and ITV.

Should Men Let Their 'Guard' Down?

Should Men Let Their 'Guard' Down?

James O'Keefe of Unguarded Warrior spoke to Ted Lawlor on the If Only They Knew Podcast about men's mental health, how change can be started at any time and so much more. Listen to the full episode on your favourite platforms below. Apple Podcasts . Spotify . Youtube:

What are the benefits of Breathwork?

What are the benefits of Breathwork?

There are many scientifically proven benefits of breathwork. Here are 5 benefits of breathwork meditations. Reduce Stress & Anxiety
Breathwork offers a powerful solution for reducing stress and anxiety by completing the body's stress cycle and promoting a sense of safety. Grounded in mindfulness, it helps anchor individuals in the present moment, signalling to the nervous system that they are secure.

Numerous studies, like a 1979 research in The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, showcase its efficacy in managing stress. Recent research in 2016 demonstrated reduced anxiety scores in participants practising diaphragmatic breathing daily.

Try techniques like diaphragmatic breathing, 4-7-8, box breathing, and more for immediate relief.
Increase Energy & Boost Immunity
Regular breathwork offers a key advantage: heightened energy levels and a fortified immune system.

The way we breathe significantly impacts our immune health and overall vitality. Engaging in breathwork exercises enables our bodies to intake more oxygen, vital for energizing and fortifying the cells that support our well-being.

Dr. Jeremy Montrose's 2020 article underscores how improper breathing weakens immunity, linking shallow breathing to stress-induced inflammation.

Techniques like diaphragmatic breathing, Pranayama, and controlled breathing can optimize immune function and vitality.
Lower Blood Pressure & Improve Circulation
Breathwork offers substantial benefits for blood pressure regulation and overall cardiovascular health.

Regular practice improves blood circulation and aids in managing hypertension, serving as a natural preventive measure against heart disease.

Activating the parasympathetic nervous system through slow, deep breathing, as noted by Vital Heart & Vein, lowers heart rate and widens blood vessels, reducing blood pressure.

Techniques like equal breathing, diaphragmatic breathing, and breath focus promote this relaxation response."
Improves Sleep
Breathwork has become a go-to for improving sleep quality, aiding in energy regulation for better rest.

Various techniques assist in calming down and swiftly falling asleep during restless nights, making it a top recommendation for insomnia relief.

Supported by a 2018 study showcasing its effectiveness over pharmaceuticals, self-regulated breathing proves to be a potent tool for achieving restful sleep.
Increase Muscle Tone
Athletes are increasingly adopting breathwork to enhance overall muscle tone and fortify the diaphragm, amplifying respiratory strength.

Regular practice not only strengthens the diaphragm but also bolsters overall physical prowess, easing breathing during physical exertion.

Parsley Health's 2021 article highlights how breathwork's alkalizing effect on blood aids in improving muscle tone by enhancing sensory and motor neuron function, optimizing muscle contractions and movement throughout the body.

If you would like to try a breathwork session, you can try our 30-minute 'Anchoring Breathwork' here .

If Only They Knew Callum Lea

If Only They Knew Callum Lea

Callum Lea (Sporting Wellness) speaks to Ted Lawlor about providing support for athletes, the ups & downs of his journey and the impact of connecting with politicians & influencers. Watch the full interview below:

If Only They Knew Luke Redhead

If Only They Knew Luke Redhead

Meet Luke Redhead, founder of Sentry Collective, helping founders & solopreneurs generate conversations with their dream client. From the entrepreneurial journey to tips on staying genuine on LinkedIn, Luke shares a lot in this 10-minute conversation. Watch the full chat here:

If Only They Knew Jamie Reilly

If Only They Knew Jamie Reilly

Jamie Reilly (Client Services Manager at Spark and founder of Reizia Digital) speaks to Ted Lawlor about how to prepare for a life of entrepreneurship, balancing a 9-5, personal brand and so much more. Listen to the podcast here . Watch the full chat here:

If Only They Knew Emily Tout (Mighty Slice)

If Only They Knew Emily Tout (Mighty Slice)

Emily Tout (Mighty Slice) speaks to Ted Lawlor about designing a brand, the strategy for food companies and much more. Listen to the audio here or watch the 10 minute chat below:

If Only They Knew Mark Moseley (The Apprentice)

If Only They Knew Mark Moseley (The Apprentice)

How did being in the Army help life as an entrepreneur? 🤔
Well, Mark Moseley joins Ted Lawlor to reveal all, including his experience on The Apprentice and connecting with Gal Gadot AKA Wonder Woman! 🦸‍♀️ Listen to the chat here or click below to watch:

If Only They Knew Dan Aldridge (Eat The Bird)

If Only They Knew Dan Aldridge (Eat The Bird)

Meet Dan Aldridge, founder of Eat The Bird . Dan speaks to Ted Lawlor about building the one of the UK's most exciting fried chicken chains, the transition from street food to bricks & mortar and much more. Listen to the audio chat here or watch the full conversation below:

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