Dianne McCabe, The Happy Path

This interview gave me the opportunity to reflect deeply on my journey over the past 3 years from a burned-out dysfunctional wreck, ruled by depression and anxiety, to someone who now takes proactive responsibility for my mental illnesses, my happiness and my contribution to the wellbeing of others.

There is still such a stigma related to seeking help for mental illness and mental wellbeing. We have a long way to go before it becomes the norm for people to talk about going to their therapist, psychologist or psychiatrist the way we talk about going to the doctor or dentist.

As a Corporate Change Coach & Facilitator, I am driven to help people adapt to change. Because of my own transformation, I want to share 3 learnings to encourage others who may be struggling with life or their mental wellbeing:

1. Make the courageous decision to change, to take full responsibility for your life. Change the things you can and change how you respond to the things you can’t.

2. Invest in your mental wellbeing. Whether that is by immersing yourself in personal development books, video’s and podcasts, working with a coach or therapist or enrolling in a personal transformation program such as The Hoffman Process

3. Apply yourself wholeheartedly to inner processing and outward action. Change takes action, and it starts with your thoughts! You will never change your life until you change things you do daily.

Hoffman is like personal development and therapy on steroids!!

Hoffman not only helped me improve my life, it was also the birthplace of my happy path (my new mode of operation) which later became my business, The Happy Path. That is something worth celebrating!

Feel free to reach out to me directly if you have questions about my Hoffman Process experience or if you would like to book me as a Keynote Speaker or Workshop Facilitator on “Duty of Care – 3 Guiding Principles for a Mentally Healthy Workplace”