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Resilience Motivational Speech From Dangerous Wilderness Survival Situation 202

The resilience motivational speech comes directly from the wilderness, as Jamie found himself facing a challenging situation due to an accident with an axe and his finger. This podcast demonstrates how important a resilience mindset is to get up from life’s challenges. Life will always test you, and in the wilderness, it’s 10X harder. Jamie will walk you through two situations where injury put his life at risk, and thanks to his resilient mindset, he was able to overcome even potential life-threatening circumstances. This video is a must if you’re interested in resilience, a mindset for everyday life. If you want to build inner strength by developing a powerful mindset and mental resilience for yourself, no other place will test you harder than wilderness survival. Jamie lives this way every day. Listen in now to this podcast video on resilience motivational speech.

The resilience motivational speech comes directly from the wilderness, as Jamie found himself facing a challenging situation due to an accident with an axe and his finger.

This podcast demonstrates how important a resilience mindset is to get up from life’s challenges. Life will always test you, and in the wilderness, it’s 10X harder.

Jamie will walk you through two situations where injury put his life at risk, and thanks to his resilient mindset, he was able to overcome even potential life-threatening circumstances.

This video is a must if you’re interested in resilience, a mindset for everyday life. If you want to build inner strength by developing a powerful mindset and mental resilience for yourself, no other place will test you harder than wilderness survival.

Jamie lives this way every day. Listen in now to this podcast video on resilience motivational speech.

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This time of year is tough because I have to chop enough wood to keep the place warm.<br />

There's also hardly any light, so solar power is scarce. It's a mixture of trying to anticipate how much energy you have<br />

and also trying to see in the dark to survive.<br />

I've got a lovely set-up next to my rocket stove, where I have a taller log to sit down and chop wood without hurting<br />

my back.<br />

It's much more comfortable than the previous squat stump.<br />

You've always got to take care of your back in the wilderness. It's the one muscle group which is continually taking a<br />

beating day in and day out.<br />

So there I was, reaching into my wood basket when I pulled out one particular piece.<br />

This offcut from an ash tree branch held a bizarre angle. It had personality, I'll give it that.<br />

I've often dealt with eccentric wood and turned it into excellent heat.<br />

So I took my axe and came at a strange angle to match my wooden counterparts' flamboyant style. Suddenly, the<br />

wooden round jumped clean off the chopping block like a greyhound running after a rabbit.<br />

The axe came down on my little finger and cut straight to the bone. The pain was electric and shot through my hand,<br />

making my other fingers catch fire with a slicing ache.<br />

Fortunately, I have a fantastic amount of experience with challenging circumstances like this, which I share with you<br />

in some of my books on resilience.<br />

I peered at my finger, and my heart dropped like a sack of bricks with the realisation of what had happened.<br />

I could see right to the bone.<br />

Fatty tissue, ligaments and, of course, a hell of a lot of blood poured out like a water pipe bursting on a summer's day.<br />

In the wilderness, it's about a 20-minute trek from my car. So, a 20-minute trek then driving to A & E for help wasn't<br />

an option.<br />

I couldn't just do nothing because I'd bleed till I passed out.<br />

Before continuing, I recommend that everyone take a first-aid course. Along with that, make sure you have a first-aid<br />

kit nearby at all times.<br />

Most people can do a first-aid course in a day or two, and they are easy to learn.<br />

Do a quick search for a first-aid course near you, and also look up the essentials for a first-aid kit.<br />

So there I was, a crazy amount of pain subsumed my whole hand just like it had caught fire, blood everywhere, and<br />

naturally, my nervous system went into overdrive.<br />

Luckily, I’ve had a lot of experience with similar challenges. Funnily enough, I was chopping a mammoth chunk of<br />

beechwood almost this time last year. The mountain's incline and gravity against four trees growing from one stump<br />

twisted this knot like the barrel of a tidal wave.<br />

Smashing it with my biggest axe got me somewhere. However, I had to jam the axe into the centre of the knot, then<br />

lift the axe and Goliath wood-chunk before smashing it against the O-G chopping block.<br />

Then, on one particular smash, I got my whole body into the swing, and a shard of sharp wood shot me in the mouth<br />

like a take-down bow.

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