Based on the highly successful EP7 Process - Reinvent You in 7 Steps, founded by George Helou. The Reinvent You Show (previously called the EP7 Podcast Channel) is hosted by the founder and his co-hosts. The EP7 Podcast Channel was launched to share with you practical and timely advice to improve your confidence, clarity and resilience in all aspects of your life, particularly your relationship with yourself as well as with a partner, family, colleagues and beyond. We hope you also engage the conversation on the EP7 Official Facebook Page.
The whole point of the EP7 Podcast Channel, is to share insights and ideas to help us create and improve relationships and realise our most important goals. We decided to dedicate the first series of podcasts to intimate relationships and how closely this interconnects with the relationship with yourself.
We look at bad habits and how we seal a relationship’s fate from the moment we begin it, what to do so we are in a position to attract a suitable partner and what it means to grow together.
Another area of conversation will be relationships at work, looking at management and colleagues. We explore how to develop work cultures, helping them to move out of office politics and into thriving environments while breaking records.
We also look forward to discussing relationship issues that arise with family members who we love but who do seem to frustrate us more than anyone. This is where many of us say that our buttons seem to be pushed the most intensely and frequently. Between the podcasts and the EP7 Official Facebook page, our conversation will take place, therefore together with your feedback and participation, you can guide where our adventure takes us.
Topics covered: [01:03] Behind-the-scenes of the "Man Enough" Campaign by Happiness Co. [04:24] The values of being hard and strong [05:17] The Power of balancing out with 'softness' [06:30] The dual role of hard and soft [15:16] How to be truly man enough [17:51] We are all meant to be sensitive [22:13] Two ways to share your vulnerability in your life [26:33] The importance of communication