Runner Up: Listener's Choice Award, Podcasting for Business Awards 2022
Dec. 18, 2021

Episode 20: Looking back on "How do I Want to be Remembered" with Dr Liz O'Riordan

Episode 20: Looking back on

Insights: Stepping into what's next.


 

 

If you’ve ever been through an experience that re-defines who you are, you will recognise some of the questions posed in this episode. Whether it’s illness, relationship change, loss, redundancy, or another life-changing event, we eventually reach a point where we need to make sense of what has happened and work out what’s next and how we get there.  We find ourselves at a point where we have to work out what’s important to us now, how to define ourselves in our new circumstances and what’s the ultimate purpose that will keep us getting out of bed in the morning in our new reality.

In this mini episode, we look back at my conversation with Dr Liz O’Riordan and consider whether it’s the destination or the journey that’s important in re-defining who we are and the future we want to create.

For January 2022:
To receive details of the Wheel of Life coaching sessions mentioned in the episode, as soon as they are available, go to my website and message me via the Contact Form and I will personally make sure that you get the booking details when they’re available. Limited number only.

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Dr Liz O'Riordan

International Speaker, Author

Dr Liz O’Riordan is an author, broadcaster and international speaker. In 2015 she was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer whilst working as a consultant breast surgeon. She returned to work after chemotherapy, surgery and radiotherapy but in 2018 she had a locoregional recurrence on her chest wall. Side effects of treatment meant that she could no longer operate.

She co-wrote The Complete Guide to Breast Cancer with Professor Trisha Greenhalgh and is a powerful patient advocate and is passionate about educating health care professionals about what life is really like after a cancer diagnosis. She has just  launched a podcast called Don’t Ignore The Elephant where she talks about the things no-one else talks about with patients, like sex, exercise and death.