• 7 Steps to Finding Flow: Flip the Script on Stress

  • By: Nicky Rowbotham
  • Narrated by: Kara Jackman
  • Length: 7 hrs and 53 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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7 Steps to Finding Flow: Flip the Script on Stress

By: Nicky Rowbotham
Narrated by: Kara Jackman
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Exhausted? Strung out?

Shackled in your own invisible straitjacket of stress?

Seventy percent of us spend most of our days in a state of stress, with our nervous systems in a state of fight, flight or freeze. Modern day stress has become pervasive in all aspects of our lives through constant pressure, the weight of perceived expectations and the drive to be always on. Many live with an energy and nervous system that feels like a tightly clenched fist, rather than an easeful, gently unfurling hand. Staying shackled in a state of overwhelm and stress has far-reaching consequences on our health. We often only pay attention when illness strikes, having tuned out to all the messages our bodies were sending us along the way. Health whispers until one day it screams. Let’s not wait for the scream.

But how do we do this? By having a nervous system in flow.

Everything we do transforms energy in our bodies into something supportive or destructive to us, emotionally or physically. What we need is more easeful, beneficial energy in our lives.

In this audiobook you will learn:

  • What’s truly behind your stress
  • How stress impacts your energy, hormones, and nervous system
  • How to move your nervous system into a state of flow
  • How to make choices that support your energy, by living in harmony with your body

Full of practical solutions, wisdom, and strategies, 7 Steps to Finding Flow is your guide to lighten the load that stress places on us, and how to move through it with ease when it lands. We can’t avoid stress, but we can deal with it differently and access better health, energy, and balance. Nicky Rowbotham’s 7 Steps to Finding Flow will help you move from being overwhelmed and locked in by stress to a more easeful, resilient, and aligned life. Let’s flip the script on stress.

©2021 Tracey McDonald Publishers (P)2021 Nicola Rowbotham

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Learn to flow

There's a lot to be said for someone who willingly shares their bad experiences and how they go about fixing them. The book us a brave account of how to work on learning to live our lives in flow. Sans stress. The richness and value that reading this book has offered me is worthy of a recommendation, to others, who are able to connect and understand the immense challenges of present day corporate world. Stay uncorrupted and convicted in your flow.

The narrator kept me engaged.

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Really relatable, but narrator lets it down

So relatable, I feel like I could be writing this. I love Nick's honesty. Unfortunately the narrator inflects and pauses in the wrong places making it difficult to follow. She has a bit of a 'sing song' rhythm that often doesn't match the rhythm of the book. I think I would rather buy the hard copy to get a better experience. It would be amazing if the audible version could be redone with another narrator that understands what she is reading.