Healing Families who Struggle with the Impact of Depression in their Home with Paige Stevensen – EP. 34

Healing Families who Struggle with the Impact of Depression in their Home with Paige StevensenHealing Families who Struggle with the Impact of Depression in their Home with Paige Stevensen

Welcome to Daily Confidence for Entrepreneurs Show Episode 34.

Join my friend Paige Stevensen and me talk about Healing Families who Struggle with the Impact of Depression in their Homes.

Listen to the podcast here:

KEY POINTS:

  • How do you know when someone in your house is depressed?

  • What are the signs of a Depressed Person?

  • How to deal with Depressed People?

 

SHOW HIGHLIGHTS:

8:57  – First and foremost is they’re not social anymore. They’re withdrawn.

12:03 – This is the guilt, the apprehension, the sleeplessness, those are all really sad residuals that come on to the healthy one. 

21:06 – It’s best to support them because regardless of how much criticism you give them, it is not going to fix anything.

35:40 – Give yourself room to heal and relax.

TRANSCRIPTS:

Mostafa Hosseini  0:02  

Welcome to Daily Confidence for Entrepreneurs. My name is Mostafa Hosseini, and I’m your host for the show. Welcome to Episode 34. At Daily Confidence for Entrepreneurs, we share tips and actionable advice that will help you boost your confidence when it comes to running your business and your day-to-day life to be more confident and be more comfortable in your own shoes. 

When it comes to running your business and dealing with people, one of the ways that we add precise and daily confidence is by helping our audience create their One-Page Marketing Plan. The time of the year where people set goals and set their ambitions for 2021. It is the best time for you to create a simple plan and one-page plan that helps you reach your goals. 

The next round of Simple Marketing Formula is happening on the weekend of January 22nd to 24th. I’m going to put the link here on the show notes. That’s where we work together with a team of committed serious heart-centered entrepreneurs to create their One-Page Marketing Plan and set the groundwork and their strategy for 2021. I have an amazing guest here today. My guest is Miss Paige Stevensen. Welcome, page.

Paige Stevensen  1:19  

Hi. I’m really good. 2021 yay!

Mostafa Hosseini  1:26  

How’s your Holidays?

Paige Stevensen  1:27  

Oh, it was so beautiful. It’s a little different. Not solo social in person, but everybody else experienced something similar. That was okay. I know how to make my own fun!

Mostafa Hosseini  1:44  

Right. We were on our lock down here in Calgary and I guess you guys were in Vancouver too. I am feeling like I really have a need for connecting with people. As a guy who talks to people all day long, I still feel I need more. The lock down really pushed my buttons and I’m like, this is weird. Hopefully, the virus will go away soon. 

Anyway, we’re talking about healing families who struggle with the impact of depression in their homes today. Let me do the proper introduction for Paige and then we’re going to get started. 

Paige Stevensen is a Master Intuitive and Innate Healer, inspirational speaker, workshop facilitator, best-selling author, and successful business owner of over 20 years as an Intuitive Advisor. She is also a certified advanced Angel Empowerment Practitioner and certified Angel Empowerment Hands-on Healer. 

Paige’s greatest joy is healing families when touched by depression. Her 3D healing families program provides holistic tools to gain relief and clarity and moves families from feeling overwhelmed to peaceful. Welcome, Paige.

Paige Stevensen   3:14  

It is good to be here with you in your confidence program. I love being here. Confidence is important.

Healing families who struggled with the impact of depression in their homes
Impacts of Depression

Mostafa Hosseini  3:24  

Confidence is important. I think what we’re going to talk about today has a lot to do with confidence. We’ll dig deep in there. For those of you who are watching or joining us later, we’re talking about healing families who struggle with the impact of depression in their homes. Paige, what is your story?

Paige Stevensen   3:44  

Back in the day, there was a time in my life when I got depressed and was married with children. In that time, after about two years, a light bulb came on and said, get yourself better. Basically, the tools that I teach in my program are what I did for myself but then what happened is my husband at the time, got depressed. For 10 years, our marriage continued on, and finally, I left the marriage. 

One of the reasons was because of it so I know what it’s like to be depressed and I know what it’s also like to be the family member of somebody who is depressed. I know both sides of the fence so I know how it affects the person. Even to this day, I heal my children because of the impact of the depression that was in the household. My children are adults, and it’s on their clock. I am not saying there’s a problem, but they do have things come up that they’re like, ”oh.” 

I’m very aware of the impact after the depression has been in the home. I know what kind of symptoms can show up. This is what I help most of my clients with, just recognizing, and if anything, I just want this to be a subject that we can talk about freely and not be so secretive and ashamed like there’s something wrong with us. No, this is like, if we have a cold, we go, “Oh, I’ve got a cold,” it’s nothing. 

When it’s somebody who’s depressed, I’m not saying we need to sit out but we should be able to casually say, “My daughter isn’t doing well right now so I’m just sending her some extra love,” like that kind of a conversation but people get so stereotypical, I’m older than the whole family’s gone crazy, or whatever. 

Basically, Mostafa, I understand when clients come to me what they have gone through or are still going through and I also understand how I can assist them. 

Mostafa Hosseini  6:25  

Tell us a little bit about depression. What actually is considered depression?

Paige Stevensen   6:31  

First, I’m not a doctor or a nurse practitioner. I am not medical, I’m holistic so I’m more of the mind, body, spirit and not just on the medical side to it. We look at the body as a whole and how it’s affecting you when that’s depression, if you can imagine in you this happy jar. Right now, we’re both in a good mood so our happy jar is full.

I’m with Mostafa, so our jars are nice and full but then I get off the phone and my friend phones me and says, “Oh, my God, Bill just broke his leg, and I got to take him to the hospital and I’m not sure if I can get through all the mud and snow and get there on time.”

Now, our happiness comes out of the jar, because we’re trying to keep ourselves happy but slowly it comes down, or we get worse news and it comes down even more. Then before we know it, boom, it’s gone. We’re like, “I don’t want to get out of bed. Oh, I’m not feeling happy. I don’t want anybody coming around me, I don’t feel like eating anymore and I just want to go to bed and sleep.”

We start doing things that are not our normal and we are overreacting to our sleep, our eating, our joy, and happiness in a negative way. That’s when you need to go to your doctor and go “Help I need a pill.” “Okay, here’s a pill.”

It’s something I had to do back in the day. I’m not saying don’t get pills. I am very much for the pills but I am saying you also need something alternative to get your brain back in order and that’s where I come back in.

Mostafa Hosseini  8:29  

How do you know when someone in your house is depressed?

Let’s start with that.

Paige Stevensen 8:43  

What are some of the signs you can see?

Mostafa Hosseini  8:50  

Maybe your brother, your sister, your mom, dad, your son, your children are depressed.

What are some of the signs that you need to look for?

Paige Stevensen  8:57  

First and foremost is they’re not social anymore. They’re withdrawn. As I said, they don’t want to participate and they don’t come to the dinner table. They just stay in the bedroom and they’re not social.

Consider also whether the child was normally very outgoing, or very quiet, doesn’t matter if they’re very quiet or very outgoing. It’s unusual behavior that they’re exhibiting and they’re more withdrawn, more antisocial. Their cleanliness might be going down the tubes and they don’t bathe as often. They want to sleep all the time and stopped going out.

Due to COVID, it’s kind of hard to tell that one because we can’t go out and socialize anyways, but under normal circumstances, they aren’t going out to be with friends and stuff.

If they’re going online, it’s usually to game. Gaming is a big thing. A lot of people say, “I like games and I’m not depressed.”

I understand but when you’re in a frame of mind, that is depressing that is a getaway for you because you don’t have to interact with anybody else. That’s a sign. These are all very strong signs.

The easiest way is to go to your doctor, he has a list of are you this or are you that? Then he goes, “Okay, you’re depressed. Here’s a pill.” Doctors have the medical list there that says when these things are happening, and to what degree.

Take this into mind also, sometimes you’ll have a life situation that happens like losing a job, I’ll use that one because that is kind of prevalent right now in our world, unfortunately, some people spiral down because of it.

Understandable because their money flow has stopped so how do you interject that and go, “Oh, let’s all just be happy?” No, you can’t do that. That’s fake. You got to be realistic. Then all before you know it, the person has got “I’ve got a line on some other work over here. Oh, good. Now the work is coming back.”

That was a temporary piece that they were depressed, maybe not by the doctor depressed, but they knew that their mood was down. It’s really a mood thing and when it’s persisting too long, that’s when you need to get it checked out medically.

When you have guilt, it resides on the physical, it'll start affecting things and you might get a sore back, you might get tension across your shoulders, you get up in the morning, and you're like, oh, how can I? That's guilt so that's one sign.

Mostafa Hosseini  11:39  

Got it. When you see those signs where people are not acting normal like they used to, and they’re just different and maybe avoiding attention? 

How do I know if I have been impacted by their depression?

Paige Stevensen   11:58  

Well, I’ll give you four really good examples of the part that you might see in yourself. 

  1. The first one is, you might have a bit of guilt.

Let’s say it was your spouse that was depressed, and now he has got himself better. You feel like, I don’t know, I’m feeling guilty that maybe I could have done something to keep them out of that depression pool, and maybe I could have done something different. There’s a lot of guilt.

When you have guilt, it resides on the physical, it’ll start affecting things and you might get a sore back, you might get tension across your shoulders, you get up in the morning, and you’re like, oh, how can I? That’s guilt so that’s one sign. 

        2. The next sign is unfortunate because you’re avoiding going home as your wife isn’t depressed, and she’s a beautiful lady but let’s say, every time you went home, it triggered you.

You remember coming home and she was so sad, she was crying and going on, so you’re now wanting to avoid the house because of the memory that it served you at the time but you say, No, I’m not. That’s a sign. 

        3. Another one is you’re now encountering sleeplessness because what’s happening to you is, you go to bed and all that stuff of I should have, could have, and all that I like if I’d only done this, that’s all waking you up in the middle of the night and it keeps haunting you.

You should have done better, you should have known, how could you not have known they were going down the hills. Didn’t you know that just goes on and on in your head. It’s keeping you awake in the night, you now have sleeplessness. You almost start taking on the same behavior, which is not good. I think one of the biggest ones is guilt. They’re all bad. 

       4. The last one I want to tell you about is you’re apprehensive about being around them because you’re thinking when they were depressed, they used to snap and say, get out of my room.

Get away from me, don’t touch me. Leave me alone, run. You’re not nice to me and they snap at you and they go off on a tangent. Now, that part is done, but you’re still bringing it up in your head or asking  yourself if my wife is going to snap again so you’re skirting around them.

That’s not healthy. This is your loving family, even if it’s not your family, and it’s your loving friend, that’s a friend that you used to hug and say “I just love being in your company.” 

These are the guilt, the apprehension, the sleeplessness, those are all really sad residuals that come on to the healthy one. This is what I help my clients with because I am of the opinion that we didn’t come here to suffer. We came here to have joy, peace, health, and happiness. That’s what I like returning to my clients, that joy and happiness because when one member is out of sync with the rest of the family, it affects the whole family.

Mostafa Hosseini  16:19  

Absolutely. If someone in your family is down, that tends to bring everyone down whether they want it or not. I’ve had a first-time experience with that.

What should we do about it if we notice someone in our family is depressed?

Paige Stevensen  16:39  

First of all, be mindful of how you approach them. When a person is depressed, all the cylinders are not firing so they’re making strong connections. So when you ask somebody who is clinically depressed a question, it sometimes is delayed for them to make the connection that I know the answer to this, it’ll be the simplest things like what are you doing today? They give you the deer-in-the headlight look. 

Like they’ve got to think what am I doing today? Am I going to the store or am I staying home? Oh, yeah, right at two, I’m going to the store, and then later tonight, I’m going on to a movie or you know, pre-COVID. They don’t have that capacity anymore. 

So if you’re suspecting that somebody is depressed, look for those signs of antisocial, sleeping, eating too much, not eating enough. One extreme or the other. They’re out of whack and then gently ask them, I notice there’s a change, is this something that we should look into a little further? Then see how they respond to that. 

If they’re just like, leave me alone, sometimes, they’re defensive. You can try that initially. Sometimes you just have to say, I am taking you, I will be with you and I just want to see what the doctor says, maybe I’m wrong. Maybe there’s nothing but I just want to take you. 

You must come from a compassionate place. Not I think something’s wrong with you and we’re going to the doctor right now because some people approach it that way since they’re so frustrated. They’re just like, I want this resolved now. No, we’re not going to do that. We’re going to be soft, kind, and gentle.

Paige’s greatest joy is healing families when touched by depression.
Be Mindful. Be Compassionate.

Mostafa Hosseini  19:17  

You talked about some of the things that we should do, like, be mindful of what’s happening. Be nice to them. I guess have a gentle approach. We talked about some of the do’s.

What are some of the don’ts that we should be mindful of?

Paige Stevensen   19:34  

Don’t keep throwing things back in their face like you did this, and you did that, made them feel worse. How come when I try to talk to you, you never say that, so you never do that. It’s like you keep pointing, and pointing. No, don’t point at them. Don’t accuse them and don’t elbow. 

You just want to go up to the goal. What the hell are you doing? You can’t do that. This is the one time that you get to talk about yourself. You get to say, “Oh, you know what? I’m having great business success and things are going along really great. Anytime you want to come and watch me do my work, come on. Sit in my office.” 

You can address how you want it, but don’t start pointing fingers at them and reminiscing about the days that they used to be such a nice person. Remember, when we did this? Then you keep bringing up these things. 

All that does to their brain is saying, “I’m not measuring up to what he’s thinking I should be and I’m failing, Mostafa.” Then Mostafa is like, “No, I just want you to be happy.” So don’t talk about that stuff. Talk about yourself, Mostafa. 

Mostafa Hosseini  21:06  

Yes. I guess from my experience, it’s best to support them because regardless of how much criticism I give them, it is not going to fix anything like one iota. The criticism, or the backlash, or the screaming and yelling, and all that does absolutely nothing. It would probably make it even worse.

What I’ve noticed is, with what’s going on in their head, and correct me if I’m wrong, they are incapable of making certain decisions, feeling certain things, understanding what’s going on around them. Then for me to come in and say, “Oh, how dare you didn’t think about that, or you didn’t do this?” They just freeze and then that’s when they resort to being alone and avoiding you at all costs, not answering the phone and the rest of it.

Paige Stevensen  22:10  

Absolutely. They have no comprehension of the ripple effect because they’re just about themselves and we are going to give them grace because if they’re now on medicine, the grace is numbing it out for them and they have a hard time going. Yes, I love that, Mostafa. They now go, “oh, okay, that’s nice,” then you’re like, “Where’s the happy, happy.” We’re just going to be considerate of where they are on their journey right now and meet them where they’re at.

Mostafa Hosseini  23:00  

Absolutely.

Paige Stevensen  23:02  

Not to hurry them up, hurry up, get better. I want you back to the way you were. Just so you know, they’re never going to be there. If anything, they’re going to be better. But they will never go back to the way they were. They will be better.

Mostafa Hosseini  23:20  

Another thing that I noticed in this whole process of dealing with someone that is depressed or dealing with any kind of mental condition is that I am not going to be able to help fix that person alone or by myself. 

We definitely need outside help with like yourself or other family members and doctors and all that because it’s a complex issue. I’m not a professional. Although, in the early stages, you would not let me help you but because I don’t know what’s going on. As I’m not a professional in that, I probably cannot pull that off on my own. 

What is your experience with that?

Paige Stevensen  24:09  

Well, you got to think of it this way. When it comes to depression, just like a person who smokes or just like a person that is obesely overweight. I can come up to a person that’s obesely overweight and say, “come with me, I’m going to put you on a diet and it’s time for you to lose weight.”

If that person says, “No, I’m fine. I’m okay the way I am. Leave me alone. Just go away.”

For the person that smokes, “Let’s break these cigarettes up. You’re done. You are not smoking anymore.” No, that’s not going to work. The same with depression. 

The person who is affected has to get the light on in themselves before they will change. Just because we think they should be better, they should stop smoking, they should go on a diet and lose weight. That doesn’t mean they think they should. So we have to stop projecting.

Of course, we would like everybody back to their happiness. It’s not our job to get them back there. No, and it’s hard when it’s our loved one and you’re witnessing it.

Mostafa Hosseini  25:36  

That’s another piece. It’s like, this is my brother’s, my mother’s, my child and you’re trying your damnedest hardest to fix it? 

The secret ingredient that I use for my clients, I connect them with the angelic Chrome and this does not interrupt any religious belief that anybody should have.

Paige Stevensen   25:48  

The secret ingredient that I use for my clients, I connect them with the Angelic Chrome and this does not interrupt any religious belief that anybody should have. This is an extra ingredient that we put into the mix. Who is that divine energy that we can connect with? 

Just like my picture back here, that’s my team, who has that extra energy? How can I tap into it? What energy field can I pull in to help me go? That feels so good. 

Now I feel empowered and I feel content. I now trust that my family members are being protected, guided, and loved in a way that I would love them. 

Mostafa Hosseini  26:41  

For those of you who are watching or listening to this now or later, Paige Stevenson and I are talking about depression in the family and how to deal with it. She is a master at dealing with this and that’s what we’re talking about. Paige, tell us about who your target audience is, and how you help them.

Paige Stevensen  27:03  

Well, my target is working with families who have been impacted by a loved one who, at one time, was depressed. It’s very prevalent in our world right now. We’ve had a lot of people become depressed because of the world situation and if it just comes to you in the last little bit, there is an easy remedy to get out of it. 

I know it sounds like a little hokey pokey. No, it’s real. You got yourself in this. Now you can go out. If there is somebody that has been chronically depressed for years, like my ex-husband, that is a long journey. I’m not saying it can’t be done but that is God. 

That’s a long journey of returning them back to help so I’m not saying that cannot be done. But the people that I’m ideally with are under two years of having had depression. That’s my ideal arbitrator. 

Mostafa Hosseini  28:13  

Okay. How do you help them?

Paige Stevensen  28:16  

With my holistic tools that helps bring them more clarity. They walk away feeling more confident, saying I didn’t know this was so simple. There, the connection is not only connection with source energy, but they’re also moving into a community of like-mindedness. That’s where the magic continues to happen. Once you know you’re in a room of supporting people, then the pressure’s off.

Mostafa Hosseini  28:52  

Can you touch on depression in entrepreneurs?

Well, let me give you a little context as to why I’m asking that. In Canada, one out of five people is likely to have a form of mental issue. That’s 20% of the population. What I’ve heard is within entrepreneurs, that number is 70%. Entrepreneurs are a lot more likely to experience depression.

What’s your experience with that?

Paige Stevensen  29:30  

Intuitively, what I’m picking up is, the reason that this is so high is that, for entrepreneurs, we have an expectation of ourselves. We say, okay, whatever the goal is, I’m starting a company, and I want to make this amount of money or have this many clients or whatever the goal is for that entrepreneur.

They set a goal and they have no concept of how multi-layered it is that there are so many pieces to it. I want to get 10 clients. Well, they don’t realize all the pieces they have to have in place to get the 10 clients. Then when they’ve given themselves a time frame and they don’t get it, and they don’t have the 10 clients, they say “Oh my god, I’m not very good at this.” 

Then everybody else is confirming what you’re saying, “You’re not doing well. Oh you should go back to your job.” You start hearing all this contradictory in. When you got out, you were like, “oh, okay, I’m going to conquer the world. I’ve got this brilliant idea and I’m going to help people with this and that.” 

I’m going to get a website and I’m going to do this and I’m going to do that and they forget that they have to make sure that the vessel that started it is energetically in alignment with it before it will be successful.

If you’re just hoping and praying that you can get through this, we’ll just see what happens. Like, I’m not going to deny there are some widget and gadget people out there that have an overnight success, but there are what I call the burning fizzle. They come in, they shoot and they’re gone.

Remember that guy that came up with that potato peeler that did blah, blah, blah, and you’re like, we’re gone. You want to come in and create a legacy. Make sure that the product that you’re creating and curating for your souls that are seeking you, is in alignment with you, and that you’re energetically prepared.

This is a beautiful segue to the little link I have there to offer people if they want to know if they’re Energetically in Alignment with it. I’ve got a 15-minute little freebie to sit with me and have a chat. We can sit and chat.

I’m thinking of starting a business and am I in alignment energetically. I’ll tap in and I’ll give you the answer. But here’s the thing, I’m a no-fluff kind of guy or gal and you have to be ready to receive what I’m going to share with you. 

So if you’re just coming in because you think it’s cool to talk to me because I’m a really cool person to talk to and if you just think to see what Paige says well then come on and say that I just think you’re cool Paige.

What can you tell me but if you really want to know if you’re ready to take on that next step, even with your family, “Am I a candidate for your program, Paige, because my husband years ago was depressed?”

I think there are some things that are since systematically on me. So I want to know how to get rid of them. Then take this little freebie that I’m offering and let’s have a chat.

Healing families who struggled with the impact of depression in their homes
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Paige Stevensen 37:37  

Well, I’m not sure what time this is going to be broadcast but I have a webinar today in December, or January 6, at 5 PM PST, and then I have another one on January 14 at 5 PM PST, that’s a Thursday. These are the three mistakes that families make who have been impacted by depression, and what to do before it’s too late. 

There I give some really valid tips on how to get yourself set up for more success and happiness. Then out of that I have a three-day that I am promoting, called the Healing Families Program. That is coming up on January 22nd, 23rd, and 24th.  I used to do it in person, but it’s all virtual now. It works out well and I can’t believe how much stuff you can do.

I was one of those, “Now, this is going to end soon.” Well, nine months later, and I’m still here. This is what I’ve got coming in and I’m super blessed to have been invited to this, Mostafa. I thank you so much for this opportunity. Depression needs to be heard more about and it is my goal to get the message out more.

Mostafa Hosseini  39:09  

Paige, do you happen to have a link to the opt-in page for your webinar or to your program? Copy paste the link here so I could post it on the show notes for the people that are watching now or later. So while Paige is getting that, she has a program coming up, and she’s doing a webinar later today at 5PM, Pacific Time, and another one on January 14th or 15th. 

If you can’t catch that webinar today, you can join her later. She’s got a three day program coming up where she will show you how to deal with depression in your family. This is a live program and I’m guessing it’s a group program where you work with other people. It’s like when you go in there, you’re not alone. 

You see other people who are going through the same problem, same experience, and you work together as a community to fix and address the issue. It is the best feeling. This is not something that you can address and deal with alone. It’s best to be in a community and get help from professionals and other people so you’re not alone in dealing with that. What is this link for again, Paige?

Paige Stevensen  40:32  

That will take you right to my three-day program if you want to purchase.

Mostafa Hosseini  40:38  

Can you give us a webinar link as well, for tonight, or the other night that’s coming up?

I’m going to post a link here in the comments, and that’s going through the link, what the difference is the webinar link. Can you tell us about the webinar, what’s happening there?

Paige Stevensen 41:12  

In the webinar, I’m going to share with you three mistakes that families make. We don’t even know that we’ve done these so I share with you, what are three ways to assist you to move beyond that? When families are sitting in a pool of guilt, like “Oh, I’ve done this, I shouldn’t have done that. They’re like, Oh, my God, so how do we move out of that?” 

There are three things that I share with you and give you some brilliant information. You’ll just go, “That’s an interesting take on that.” Then I make an offer. If it’s something that you feel motivated to sign in with me, we’ll see you over there. In the meantime, take advantage of this little 15 minutes you can have with me, and we’ll have a chat.

Mostafa Hosseini  42:17  

Paige, what are the top two or three favorite books that you usually recommend people to read?

Paige Stevensen  42:26  

There was a time when I only read novels. That was back in the day and now I just want to learn. I’m a brain that likes to learn. I want to read things that are going to inspire me. One of the things that I read was Malcolm Gladwell. 

Plus, I always like spiritual things because I’m a spiritualist so I like reading other spiritualist stories when they write their story and hear about their journey of how they got from here to here. That’s an interest for me. 

I’m very mindful of what I read online because there’s a lot of stuff out there that is not dipped in the realm of truth. I have a truth barometer in me so that’s usually the printed copy that I go for. 

Mostafa Hosseini  43:54  

You don’t like the digital Kindle version?

Paige Stevensen  43:58  

Recently, my tablet passed away, it died. It went away. So I rely on just my laptop. One of the books that I currently have on my nightstand is The Tao of Influence and that was by Karen McGregor. It became a New York Times bestseller in the top 10. That was a beautiful thing for my friend Karen. It’s all about the Tao and how it can assist so that’s kind of cool.

You didn't come into this world to struggle. You are here to excel and if that means just being happier in your own home with your own stuff, then so be it. 

Mostafa Hosseini  44:40  

Got it. Very nice. Paige, if you had an ad that everyone on the web could see, what would your message be?

Paige Stevensen   44:51  

I am here to be of service to the souls that are looking for help and I will be your service provider.

Mostafa Hosseini  45:02  

Very nice. Please share anything that you would like to add that we haven’t talked about?

Paige Stevensen  45:10  

I just want people to be aware that if they’re sitting in what I’ll call struggle, it’s not a judgment. I’m going to tell you, you didn’t come into this world to struggle. You are here to excel and if that means just being happier in your own home with your own stuff, then so be it. 

Mostafa Hosseini  45:42  

James, good to see you. I really appreciate you and think what you’re doing is very valuable and much needed. A lot of people are dealing with depression themselves or with people around them, or know what to do, or they’re probably doing it in the wrong way. What you’re doing is very valuable both for people in the regular world and in the entrepreneurial world. 

For those of you who are watching or listening, if you have someone in your family that is dealing with depression, get hold of Paige. She offered a 15-minute gift for you to have a conversation with her. Paige is doing a webinar later today talking about the three main mistakes that people make when it comes to depression and dealing with it. She’s got a three-day workshop coming up on how to actually exactly deal with it. 

Paige walks you through it with other people in a community format. Where it will be less work and less stressful, and you have support, accountability, and all the goodies that come along with it. Paige, I appreciate you and I look forward to chatting with you soon.

Paige Stevensen 46:59  

Thank you so much, Mostafa.

Mostafa Hosseini  47:01  

Thank you.

Paige Stevensen   47:02  

Thank you. 

Mostafa Hosseini  47:05  

Thank you very much. For those of you who are watching or listening later, one way that we help our tribe to build their confidence and maybe reduce their depression, confusion, and anxiety is to build a set of clear goals and a one-page clear plan to help you reach your goal. 

If a plan is more than two or three pages, you’re not likely to work on it and look at it on a daily basis. It is the beginning of the year where it’s prime time for setting goals and a new year resolution. 

Now by creating a plan to reach your goals, you’re 20 times more likely to actually reach your goals compared to someone that does not have a clear goal and a clear plan to get there. 

Join us on January 22, over the weekend with a bunch of other committed heart-centered entrepreneurs, and build your one-page marketing plan so you know exactly what you’re going to do in the first quarter of 2021 and for the rest of the year. 

It just makes it easier for yourself, for your team and everyone around you to reach your goals. If you have watched this show or if you’re watching later and you have any questions for Paige and her team, ask the questions and we’ll make sure to get back to you.

To enter the draw for winning prizes on our show, just like, subscribe, comment, either on social media channels or on our podcasts on whatever channel, you enter your name to the draw to win cool gifts from us. 

Thank you for joining us. My name is Mostafa Hosseini. I hope you have a great rest of the day, great rest of the week, a month, and an amazing 2021. 

If you’re experiencing anything like depression, before I wrap up, I think this is going to be a big deal. Moving forward, we’re going to have a global crisis with depression with what’s going on. So reach out, get help and get assistance. 

It’s a lot easier to tap into the professionalism, wisdom, and expertise of people like Paige than it is to try to be tough, rough, and figure everything out on your own. My name again is Mostafa, thank you for joining us and we will see you later. Bye now.

Paige Stevensen  49:28  

Thank you.

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