Don’t you just love a cute little acronym to help explain who you are, and what makes other people tick?!

In this week’s podcast we’re unpacking a brain based, neuroscience backed model for working out how you, and other people, feel cared for, or get hurt, and ideas on how to help people feel safe, instead of threatened.

🌱  Understanding the five elements of the SCARF model

🌱  How to know which category you fall into

🌱  Ideas for making sure you treat people as they need to be treated in order to feel safe

SCARF is a great little tool for helping you to make sense of why you get hurt sometimes by little things that happen at home and work. After all, when you understand why something is affecting you, it loses a lot of its power over you.

If you’d love to learn more about mindset changes that’ll help you feel great about your life, then download my ‘3 super easy ways to end overwhelm (that require zero extra time!)’ guide.

The changes are so small and easy to implement and yet you’ll immediately start experiencing more joy and satisfaction in your life, and greater balance too.

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Hi! I’m your host, Lana Hall. Author of The Slow Life Project, Workplace Trainer, and Speaker from Brisbane, Australia. I help overwhelmed, overcommitted, overthinkers chill out before they burn out. How? With practical, easy, evidence based tools from psychology!