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Once upon a time, Mike, a 43 year old senior leader managed over 100 employees. He was also a parent and husband. More than anything, he loved boxing πŸ₯Š training, giving him a welcome focus away from the stresses of work. . One day, he started noticing breathlessness and a tight chest during boxing training. He took pride in his fitness and couldn't understand why he was struggling not only with these issues, but also slow recovery. He wasn't old, but part of him felt like he was. . Eventually he felt so frustrated he went to his doctor, who found nothing wrong. He prescribed him an inhaler, based on a childhood history of asthma. It didn't help. . He went to a physio, who told him to breathe through his nose, but without further guidance, he gave up because he still felt he couldn't "get enough air". . He went back to his doctor again and again, even having a chest x-ray. Still nothing to explain the issues or any help given. . 4 years later, he stumbled across my social media post about breathing habit retraining. He read my list of symptoms, and recognised himself instantly. "I feel like I've tried everything", he explained on a call, "I just keep getting fobbed off by Doctors but I just want to feel normal!" . After 6 weeks of 1-2-1 support, he hoped he'd feel more normal. But he felt better than normal... He'd managed to improve his aches, pains, breathlessness and recovery during his training, finally enjoying it fully again. But that isn't what shocked him. This is... . He felt less tired after zoom calls. He'd introduced healthy boundaries around his work, leading the way for his team to do the same. He felt more chilled out in meetings. His car journeys felt more restful. He was more aware of colleagues under pressure, and felt more able to help them deal with this. He was a BETTER LEADER than he had been 6 weeks before. "No one teaches you how to cope being a manager", he said. . But that's not all. He became a better informed parent. . The story doesn't stop there. He asked if I would help his team too. But it didn't happen... Here's why. πŸ‘‡ The team's bonus was based on profit. Training came out of profit, therefore affected their bonuses. This company allowed team members to vote on training. They said no. Like him, despite struggling (which he could see), they hadn't realised they needed the awareness and toolkit. . The moral of the story is that we often don't realise what we need, and without that awareness we can't grow into better leaders and better versions of ourselves.

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