We are now over half-way through our Resilience in ISO webinar series, and have now unfortunately been hit with an extension on the lockdown. The mental health and wellbeing of our clients and staff in Melbourne is a top priority, and with 2 sessions left we hope as many of our clients can attend and get something of value.
Assisting the Owners Corporations to navigate the responsibilities to keep residents safe, financial stress from a lot of owners and keeping common areas locked down are just some of the work our Owners Corporation Managers are tackling, while being locked down themselves. We have thousands of clients in Melbourne who will be experiencing the next six weeks from their apartments and we want to help where we can.
The first three sessions have been about dealing with being in stage 4 lockdown. We have worked through routines, rituals, mindfulness and more! This week’s episode and the following two episodes will focus on coming out of lockdown on top. Greg Layton has started to talk us through new habits and tools to help our Melbourne clients post lockdown.
We had our fourth Facebook live event on Tuesday September 1. You can check this out on our Facebook page if you missed it! The fourth session was all about vision.
These events are occurring every Tuesday lunchtime and we have two weeks lefts. They will be recorded if this time does not suit, as we want as many clients as possible to reap the benefits.
Some of the key takeaways from the event were:
Greg started the session off with a story about a man called Victor Frankl who wrote a book called “Man’s search for meaning”. Victor Frankl was a survivor of a Nazi death camp. In the book he spoke about what it was like being in that horrible place for years. Victor said that in those darkest moments, the thing that kept him going was he had something more to do, this was his search for meaning. Greg continued by saying this is something that has run true, as you go through life now what is the greater thing that you are going to do? Greg said that when life gets hard and you don’t know where you are going or what you are trying to achieve, it is easy to constrict into yourself.
In this session, Greg wanted to create something that helps us persevere when all seems lost or when it’s hard to know what the future might hold.
Greg has been doing Vision boards and life plans for 15 years, and it has gotten him through some very hard times. In this week’s event he is shared some tips and tricks to help you get through the last few weeks of Isolation!
If you missed it, click here to watch the recorded event.
We are all in this together and are sending our support to our Melbourne office and clients. If you would like to attend our next event click here to register.