How will this show benefit you
Faydra is an excellent example of someone who is squaring her recovery from extreme life events. When she was going through her personal crisis with her husband was sent to prison in a high-profile case, she realized she didn’t have anybody to turn to for help and support. So Faydra reinvented her business to specialize in crisis support. She’s proud to be an ambassador for people who’ve been through a high-end crisis and helped them find the tools and resources that will help them get past anything.
About Faydra Koenig
Faydra Koenig is an Amazon Best Selling Author, lover of iced tea and snarky banter. She is determined to shake people up about their mediocrity and stop living a half-life that is killing their spirit. Known in pop culture as America’s Crisis Coach™ Faydra shares stories of triumph and hope that make a lasting impact on people moving through their own crisis.
Ideas & Insights
- There’s not a magic pill, there are very succinct things that people can do to start to pivot and turn the corner.
- After really being honest about my story, the hate mail reduced; once I was willing to stop hiding it, it did open up possibilities.
- As soon as you show your messy side, people feel more empowered to share theirs and you connect on a humanity level.
- Some will, some won’t, so what – someone’s waiting.
- Sometimes all the choices suck, but is going to suck less than the others, and that’s what you walk towards.
- There are issues of my life that somebody else might really struggle with that absolutely don’t even affect me at all.
- How I help myself is a little bit different than when I work with people because I was a little bit farther along; I had a pretty big tool chest.
- For me what ended up being a game changer was getting into a community.
- Inside I was at rock bottom and didn’t know how to allow myself to be broken and vulnerable with other people.
- One thing that I know for sure is that people try to keep their professional and their personal lives apart, and when you integrate them is when you have that success.
- A lot of times when we face critical crisis people go to counseling, but we also need to take practical action steps.
- Sometimes when we go through a crisis, it’s “well they’re different than me”
- When we really need to put that stuff out there, that’s when we need to do it because otherwise there’s always a fear that we’re not going to step out of that; I don’t think you can really lose the stigma until you throw it out to the world.
- That’s how you create a connection, it’s through being vulnerable.
- When you have people that may not be good for you, that judge or whatever, those are the people you probably aren’t supposed to be in your life anyways.
- We heal in one as ourselves but we also heal in one in unity with each other.
- I have to step into my truth and go “What is it about myself that I don’t believe?” When you fully stand in your truth, someone could throw or say anything at you and it doesn’t matter.
- When we start to talk about it, we can start by telling people that we feel safe.
- To keep what you have, you have to give it away.
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- A free one-on-one coaching call with me where we will get clear on getting to your next level. This is truly an experience in its own right and will not last long so act quickly.
- I have a framework to send you that illustrates the Recovery Squared belief process and a roadmap to transformation.
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