"Storytelling is magical, powerful and life-changing. It invites you to explore insights
and synergies that opens the doors of knowledge to understand and awareness to evolve"
A Story of Perseverance with Simone Löfstaf
Simone Löfstaf’s touching story starts as a child with many health issues.
Simone missed a large part of the school period and at times she had difficulty to play due to shortness of breath.
However, the happiest highlight of the week was on the weekends helping her father to fix his car or someone else's car which involved several hours of wet hands with diesel or petrol.
Unfortunately, this innocent and fun moment had a high price for Simone's health.
Through a healthy diet, Simone managed to get rid of asthma, nasal congestion and improved the hormonal, as well as the blood sugar problems.
But it was not until her two children were born with some of her health issues that Simone realized that history was about to repeat even for them.
That was the moment she decided to seek actively for answers. What were the reasons of those symptoms? What was needed to do so they become healthy?
Simone's one of a kind perseverance and critical thinking guided her to a breakthrough.
A curious book reading about Orthomolecular Therapy changed Simone's life.
What is your reflection about your life and the perseverance and critical thinking skills you have been using the whole journey to stand here where you are today?
If you could choose one mineral in our body that we should put most attention on, what would that be and why?
What are your best three tips to become better at perseverance and health?
What is your next step?
You can follow Simone’s inspiring journey via:
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– FB: https://www.facebook.com/plenahalsa.se
– IG: @plenahalsa
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Foto: Tomas Löfstaf
Intervju: Cristina Söderberg
A Story of Action Taking and Contribution with Mustafa Sherif
Mustafa Sherif´s inspiring story starts in 1993, Bagdad, where he comes from.
Mustafa was only 8 years old when a playful day outdoors and a car accident became a relevant highlight in his journey.
- I recovered fast physically but psychologically it took a longer time. However, this episode affected me in another way. I was afraid going out, I stopped meeting other children. I just stayed home until I was around 13. I remember we lived in the high part of the building and from there, I used to watch daily, children playing, people interacting with each other. I was observing the city around me without being part of it.
The war started short after and Mustafa had to leave home´s comfort zone together with his family to move to different cities during several years, until they started their new life in Sweden. He was 17 years old.
Soon was Mustafa studying in the university, architecture.
Mustafa drives and cooperate in many projects where children and young people´s voices are heard, where creativity and big dreams have the power to touch and inspire many network platforms, with bold reflection. Additionally, he is also involved contributing to many other forums within communications as TEDx, innovation projects within urban planning, hackathons and placemaking activities.
How would you describe your participation in this variety of forums?
Mustafa is member of relevant forums and his action taking skill gave life to one of his most known and recognized creation, Urbanistica Podcast, a unique concept within podcasting among us since 2020, which already has more than
35 000 unique listeners from 110 countries.
Sometimes the first step to action taking can be challenging for many people, mostly due to limiting beliefs and Mustafa´s unselfish approach didn´t wait to be asked for tips to cope with this, as he shared immediately his routine with us.
Sometimes external factors can impact action taking, where the friction of speed can challenge wellbeing leading into stressful situations. Mustafa has a very interesting approach and routine for it.
What would be your three best tips to become better at “action taking” in a sustainable and healthy way?
What is your next step?
Foto: Mariam Sherif
Interview: Cristina Söderberg
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