Updated: Oct 19, 2018



Risks


Hi, this is Dr. Fab Mancini, and I’m so excited that you’re joining us. I love this season. This one comes actually from Michelle. Michelle is in Boerne, Texas. Yes, right outside of San Antonio, and you know I’m from Texas, so Hi, Michelle. I can’t wait to see you soon. Listen, she writes, “Dr. Fab, How do I let go?”

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Hi, this is Dr. Fab Mancini, and I’m so excited that you’re joining us.

I love this season.

Why?

Because we’re dedicating all the topics to you.

You tell me what are the topics that you want me to do, and that’s what I’m doing all season long.

This one comes actually from Michelle. Michelle is in Boerne, Texas.

Yes, right outside of San Antonio, and you know I’m from Texas, so Hi, Michelle.

I can’t wait to see you soon.

Listen, she writes, “Dr. Fab, How do I let go?”

Listen Michelle.

I’ve been there.

I know sometimes letting go is not easy.

I want you to know that when I retired from Parker University, after 13 1/2 years, that was very difficult for me because being President of a very prestigious university, and running all this successful business, I thought my identity was on the businesses.

Then, I realized that it wasn’t. Really I’m the person behind everything that I do.

It doesn’t matter what you did yesterday, or what you’re going to do today, or what you may do tomorrow.

You carry yourself through everything.

So, let me share with you, three things that you can do right now, to ensure that you’re letting go.

The first one is, appreciate why it happened.

Whether it’s a person that you met, or whether it’s an activity, or an event that happened, appreciate it.

Because when you appreciate it, you’re more easier to let it go.

The second thing is, know that the past does not define you.

Stop beating yourself up.

Stop feeling guilty about the things that happened.

In order to let go of things, you have to be able to recognize that those things do not define who you are today, and definitely not who you’re going to be tomorrow.

The last thing is, be open to new experiences.

The best thing to let go of things, is because now when you’re letting something go, you’re opening the door for a new experience.

Whether there is a new person or new job, or a new experience for your life.

All right.

I hope you’ve enjoyed the show, and I can’t wait to see you on the next one.


About Dr. Fab: Dr. Fab Mancini is America’s #1 Healthy Living Media Expert, a world renowned Chiropractor, Hay House’s international best-selling author of The Power of Self-Healing and host of his popular radio show, Self-Healing with Dr. Fab. He has been featured on Dr. Phil, The Doctors, Fox News, CNN, CBS, ABC, NBC, Univision, Telemundo and others. He has been interviewed in various documentaries and has received honors including Heroes for Humanity, Humanitarian of the Year, CEO of the Year, and induction into the Wellness Revolutionaries Hall of Fame. Dr. Mancini is also a graduate of the prestigious Institute for Educational Management in the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University. Most recently, the President of Mexico named the library at UNEVE, Mexico’s new leading university, after him.


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