TSHP170: How to Live in the Present, with Alex Latimer

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What’s Coming This Episode?

This week we welcome friend of LITP Alex Latimer to the show. Alex tells us about how, over the past few years, made a few key changes to her life and began to live life in the present.

Alex isn’t living on a yacht off the coast of Monaco, nor is she travelling the world whilst thousands of pounds stream into her PayPal account each day. No, Alex has really cracked it and simply made some simple to how she worked and lived, changes that made huge differences to her life.

Enjoy the show, it’s The Self Help Podcast!

Show Notes and Links

Resource of the Week

  • Sean & Ed thought it was worth mentioning our book Live in the Present 🙂
  • Alex mentioned a SureStart course called Positive Parenting. Look it up!

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2 replies
  1. Ann Higgins
    Ann Higgins says:

    Really enjoyed listening to your show , it was great to here how positive Alex came across on the pod cast, I will be purchasing your book, as I am always having a battle in my mind over one thing or another and stopping myself mid way and say ‘ I’m here washing the dishes that’s all i am doing’ I’ve been a day dreamer sinourio thinker for years. Time to change for me too.
    Thanks for your positive helpful podcasts .
    Ann H


Trackbacks & Pingbacks

  1. […] In this weeks episode we had the pleasure of interviewing Alex. She and I worked together a couple of years ago as she made the magic changes of getting rid of the habits she had developed that did nor serve her well and replacing with new one’s that did. Like all of us, her habits were not really current, they were the ones that she been developing since the moment of her birth. We are all the habits that we create from what we learn. In the first instance these are from observation of what is going on around our emerging self and then after that they come from our experiences and more importantly from our responses to those experiences. In Psycho-speak we describe this collection of what we know and believe as our paradigm. […]

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