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The mBraining Show

Bill Gasiamis

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The mBraining Show
40 min2019 SEP 20
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mBraining and Stroke RecoveryRecently I was interviewed by Beth Gray about how mBraining helped me my recovery after stroke.Beth Gray (https://bethgray.coach/meet-beth/) is an mBraining  life coach who asks the questions that sometimes make others uncomfortable but helps them to solve problems, providing them with security and direction.This interview was recorded and broadcast on the RecoveryAfterStroke.com (http://RecoveryAfterStroke.com) website as well.(http://thembrainingshow.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Podcast_1400x1400-300x300.png)Highlights:0:00 Strange Sensations in my body10:36 A dad at 2212:54 Working too many hours17:15 Looking for tools to heal20:40 My introduction to mBraining24:45 A little old lady29:01 Get a coach34:52 Preparing my doctors for surgery38:58 I can't walk42:28 the benefit of doing inner work45:55 The problem with a great mindsetTranscript: Beth 9:24So I want to welcome today I get the joy of interviewing Bill, Gasiamis? Is that how you pronounce your last name?Bill 9:34Beautiful Beth.Beth 9:36Okay, now bill is another mBraining, mBit coach, but he's got a really special story because you are a survivor of not one stroke. But I believe three is that correct?Bill 9:53Indeed, I do things well, when I do themBeth 9:56Yeah, yeah. Right.Beth 10:00And what I'm starting to branch out in my interviews in the mBraining series is to go past just chapter nine, and really get into what are different coaches and different people in the mBraining community, really hands on using mBraining for and their individual stories, because there are so many amazing stories within mBraining. So Bill, I'm going to ask you to tell us give us a bit more of your background? And how, how you come to where you are today?Bill 10:36Yeah, I'll give you the short version of the background. And Beth because I could talk forever, and people don't want to do that. So in, look, really it started for me 1996, my, my girlfriend at the time, and I were young, I was 21 and my wife, who's my girlfriend, then who's my wife now was 25. And we were expecting the birth of our son. And,Beth 11:10Wow, uh huh.Bill 11:11Yeah, so it's pretty full on. So if you imagine what's going on at 21 and 25, when people are,Beth 11:18right,Bill 11:19don't have any reference structures for how to live a life. And then you're bringing this child into the world, what happens is you, you do the best you can with the resources you have available to you.Beth 11:34Absolutely.Bill 11:35For me, I didn't have a lot of resources. So I was running around the place, I was running around the place, working three jobs,Beth 11:46wow,Bill 11:48in doing lots of hours, doing a little bit of self care, not really paying attention to my myBeth 11:57A little bit of self care is that an understatement?Bill 12:00That is I was doing a little bit of self care in that I was doing nothing with regards to self care. I was doing all the stuff that most people get stuck in doing. And then what happens one day is they wake up and they think about what have I been doing all these years. So I didn't know that I was doing that. But I had started doing that back then.Beth 12:23Wow,Bill 12:23Later, four years later, our second son came on to the scene. And it was just reinforcing. It reinforced that what I needed to keep doing was all the stuff that I was doing working hard, you know, not doing a lot of self care, not paying attention to my body doing all those things. And then in a property maintenance business, you can really work 18 hours a day if you want toBeth 12:52easily Yes.Bill 12:54And although I was on the tools for eight or nine hours a day, then there was a lot of paperwork or that type of thing. And I was so in my head that in fast forward. In February of 2012,